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Imagine being Egyptian: there even the dead cats are historical!

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Slint - Spiderland

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amen punk

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John Woodford wrote:

And how many people reading that will recognize that it's a eulogy for Wrecan?

ETA: I wouldn't have, but for 137ben's post.

Wow, that's beautiful and sad.

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Type O Negative - October Rust

This is a serious blast from the past.

So serious; so playful...

plus

Moss Icon were pretty damn amazing.

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I'm confused by this whole audible nonsense.

Why can't I just download the file? It's annoying.

Pass.

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dien wrote:

Can't stand Name of the Wind. Had at least four different friends whose reading tastes and intelligence I like and respect praise it to high heavens as the most amazing new fantasy in forever, so I went into it expecting something pretty good...

...and got something that reads like someone wrote up a novel starring their first RPG character. Wish-fulfilment Mary Sue doesn't even come close. Not only that, the prose is fecking AWFUL (he spends three pages describing what a certain type of silence sounds like), and Kvothe is just... intensely unlikable in every metric I can think of. I cannot fathom why anybody enjoys his character.

That silence bit is one page. One brilliant page. I adore it.

He writes elegant prose, a pleasure just to read many of his sentences.

Each to their own.

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Lesson 42: Forums are way too long.

An' ain't that a fact.

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Wow, that's horrible.

Suddenly, I feel more positive about Royal Mail.

So, um, yeah... maybe try moving to the UK?

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I am really bad at advice.

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I like PF.

I don't see a reason to change? Unless Paizo are dependant on publishing bestiaries & splatbooks and run out of ideas.

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The UK says...

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baja1000 wrote:
Can't wait to play this campaign. I love playing LE characters the most, being that anti-hero sort of character is just always fun. Fun to play as Red X. "I don't like to play the hero...doesn't mean I don't know how."

An anti-hero is not necessarily a villain and/or evil. They can be Byronic, outsiders or simply incapable of standard heroism, like Hamlet.

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CBDunkerson wrote:
Lord Mhoram wrote:

While I am more on Berselius side of the fence about this whole thing, I understand why it is being attempted.

I do like the fact that the characters are not being called Evil Heroes or Anti-heroes but Villains.

Oddly, I'm having much the opposite reaction... I don't mind evil characters or campaigns, but I'm used to them being 'evil/anti heroes' rather than 'villains'. That is, I could see something like an evil character fighting to preserve Cheliax on the belief that order is preferable to chaos... but Lazzero just seems like a jerk. Mom and dad didn't understand him and other kids were mean? Boo frickin' hoo.

...And he was tempted by an evil god...

But, yeah, I don't think we're meant to feel sympathy for him.

He's a villain!

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Norin d'orien wrote:


-the white thing around his chin..meh, looks like he's stolen it from a nun

I think it's a ruff, which seems pretty Chelaxian to me.

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Autokrator: some intense, brooding metal.

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Is Roy going to do a Rocky here: just keep on surviving until Durkula has run out of spells and is 'just' a vampire?

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Maybe it's the end of OotS?

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Elves of Golarion was disappointing.

Elves in Second Darkness were disappointing.

However, elves in the Pathfinder Tales line have been pretty cool and interesting. I like them.

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Oh man, it makes no sense to have these humans living in the cold, northern lands. They're just not suited to the environment.

Dwarves, with their constitution bonus, should live in the cold parts of the world.

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Oh man, it makes no sense to have these humans living in the hot, desert lands. They're just not suited to the environment.

Dwarves, with their constitution bonus, should live in the hot parts of the world.

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Oh man, it makes no sense to have these humans living in the humid, jungle lands. They're just not suited to the environment.

Dwarves, with their constitution bonus, should live in the humid parts of the world.

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etc.

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Sissyl wrote:
wait, what???

I'm guessing that he helps people to write their wills.

I teach English and Classical Civilisation.

So, I suppose low-level expert with ranks in profession (teacher), knowledge (history) and something to do with Thassilon and Azlant.

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Presumably, Roy learnt it when he was dead.

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Pentagram's new album

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The Pathfinder Comics are 'enhanced' with NPC information, maps and information.

It's great.

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The black raven wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:

Does anyone know why they're doing it?

I don't see the benefit.

Answers to similar questions (and many others too) were provided in the Spamwar thread in this part of the messageboards ;-)

So, I read five pages. And used the search function when I got really bored.

Is it really just that this site has a link to the words 'game' and 'gaming'? And they're promoting gambling sites?

That's a long thread...

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All Barren

Crippled Black Phoenix

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The awesome power of nostalgia and bandcamp means that I have listened to a lot of Set Fire to Flames - Telegraphs in Negative/Mouths Trapped in Static lately.

I've also been listening to Kerosone 454 for further nostalgia.

And new Bjork, because Bjork: Also...360degree music video, because Bjork. I love Bjork.

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Fight Amp
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murder by death

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I can only imagine that he's sat in a dark garden, eating one of Albert's bacon sandwiches.

The author of my youth who never went away, and of my most re-read books.

Sad news.

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I see you grinning in the darkness every time they take a piece of my heart.

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Christopher Tolkein is not thrilled with the films and is holding on to the rights to Silmarillion, Unfinished Tales and his own Children of Hurin.

It's a shame Del Toro walked on this; it's a shame they turned one film into three.

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That title gave me an odd mental image: Gorky's Zygotic Mynki playing on an asteroid.

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drunken_nomad wrote:
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Orthos wrote:
HammerFall ► Hammerfall

My friend Heyward, about Bad Company:

"When a group has a song that's named after themselves, it's a sure sign that they suck!"

Hey man, "Minor Threat" by Minor Threat is a CLASSIC.

IRON MAIDEN by IRON MAIDEN

...Iron Maiden's gonna get you, no matter how far.

Bad Company is a pretty goofy band (though I still like 'Rock n Roll Fantasy') and the song is alright *shrug* (as is the 5FDP cover of that self titled tune).

Orthos, have you had a chance to see Wacken Open Air festival? Or Paganfest if youre in the states? A lot of those bands play in those places...Download Festival in UK too. Watching Amon Amarth or Kamelot or Turisas or Gamma Ray live is spectacular!

Snot - Snot

Refused - Refused are F!%@ing Dead

Wu-Tang Clan - Wu-Tang Clan ain't Nothing ta F#+# Wit

Jane's Addiction - Jane Says

Atari Teenage Riot - Atari Teenage Riot II

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Babies are awesome!

Baby TacticsLion is, presumably, preparing for a mythic game of Kirthfinder already.

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So, third Gulf War coming soon to a military near you.

Ain't it grand!

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This is great: the semi-sandbox environment, the rep rules, the gangs...

Good work Logue.

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That's not really a sensible comparison.

Geography is often misread here: the Falklands are a long way from Argentina, they are not 'naturally' part of any state.

The people who matter here, the Islanders, speak English and feel themselves to be British. The economy has, for generations, been supported by the UK with no expectation of benefit.

In a sense, colonising the Falklands has been a mistake but we have supported the place regardless.

Every so often they have a referendum to prove the obvious: the overwhelming majority of the islanders want to remain British.

I don't understand why LazarX has a problem with that?

It makes more sense for Alaska to join Canada and Hawaii to become an independent state than it does for Argentina to govern the Falklands. None of those things should happen though.

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It's depressing that an oppressive dictator can use war to distract his people and then, even after they angrily ditch him, the animosity he manufactured continues for generations.

What a terrible, terrible man.

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Is this a forum post, or is it ad copy?

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Don Juan de Cornelius wrote:

Funk for Friday!

Perennial favorite:

There's a Riot Goin' On

There's a riot goin' on inside of me...

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I'm still excited to see Logue's name next to things.

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I'm going to repeat this...

It doesn't matter how long you live, you're still going to spend your whole life as a level 1 peasant unless you hit the heroic jackpot.

A human who gets granted eternal life will still stay at level 1 for all of eternity unless they get adventuring (or GM/advernture-designer fiat elevates them for story reasons).

The lifespan doesn't matter. If you've got a 6 intelligence then you'll just go from stupid kid to stupid adult to stupid relic.

The real controversy is that after the age of 70 humans don't have to roll a save against senility every year! Paizo are idiots...

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Louis Agresta wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:
I would put Logue at the top for Razor Coast alone.

To be fair, while RC is Logue's brainchild/heartchild/creative c-section, and he wrote about a third of the core book, Hitchcock wrote the other third.

I love when those two collaborate. Carnival anyone?

- Lou

In my perfect world, those two are housemates in a sprawling gothic plantation-owners house.

Without outside influence they would shred most of their work in drunken arguments but the need to compete with Pett's creative output is just too strong.

Also, given my Razor Coast love, I should definitely add Agresta to the list!

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The last episode was good because it was written by Mark Gatiss.

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Virgil Firecask wrote:
Odraude wrote:
Also I recall (perhaps incorrectly) that the hardcovers are sold at a loss. And considering the hardcovers are all on OGL SRD for free, I'm inclined to believe that.

I severely doubt that. The Core Rulebook was what pulled Paizo's butt out of the fire when WotC went to 4th Ed. If Paizo was making a loss on those, they wouldn't be in business long enough to have made the rest of their books.

Their hardcovers are priced similarly to other companies. Which means, that if Paizo is selling theirs at a loss, then everyone else is selling at a loss as well.

Your math just doesn't add up.

The only thing that I've heard that sells close to a loss (but still makes the barest of profit) is the Beginner's Box. That's because they stack as much into that box as they can and want to put it at an affordable price point.

The core rule book did not save Paizo financially, but conceptually.

It allowed them to continue their fantastic subscription-based business.

The CRB did sell a lot, as Lisa has made clear, and I expect that Paizo are making money from it. However, Paizo did not need mad-rulebook-cash to stay afloat; they needed a popular, in-print version of 3.5 for which they could sell adventures.

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Kieran Crane wrote:
Happy marriage! Congratulations, GE! Hope your honeymoon was everything you wanted it to be.

Thanks everyone,

Twas brillig and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
all mimsy were the borogoves and the mome raths... well, really. And in public as well!

:D

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Taliesin Hoyle wrote:

You young people of today...

When I was eight years old, I moved from Oxford, to a gold mining town (Carletonville) in apartheid South Africa. My brother was eight years older than me. He went to university and came back with the red box. At the time, I was a wreck. I had gone through a series of traumas, with the worst two being my difficulty adapting to living in a fascist, racist, fundamentalist state, and surviving sexual abuse by an older boy. I had almost nothing to live for, but that red box gave me a sudden escape. I had already read The Hobbit, and I knew some mythology, but the ability to re-invent myself through D&D hit me with a force that I can still recall. I read the basic and expert rules under the covers with a flashlight, and even a candle, which singed the page with the third level cleric spells on it. It became the best thing in my life, and I naturally wanted to share my discovery with my peers.
Within short order, I was being punched in the gut by children who didn't even know me, spat on from balconies. I had my nine year old head flushed in a used toilet. A teacher confiscated my dice, as evil.
Three older boys grabbed me from the corridoor, into an empty classroom, held me down, and tried to perform an exorcism on me, using latin they probably got from a horror movie. I was sent by the school to a psychiatrist, for atheism, after my notebook was stolen, and handed to the guidance counsellor. I was told by well-meaning adults that I was going to go to hell, and that I had invited Satan into my life. I had one friend. He was also from England, and had the Greyhawk setting, box set. I endured.

In fairness, there was a lot of goofy stuff about my school life. My biology teacher handed out leaflets titled "Is the Kaffir an Ape, or Just a Sub-human?" We had more hours of religious teaching in a week, in my state school, than we had English lessons. We had regular canings and punishment by exercise. My history teacher took pains to explain to the class that carbon dating is a lie...

Blimey!

I hope you've come back to blighty: in the UK you can play in quiet pubs and the most you get is someone mooching over to say, "What are you playing? Looks like dnd, I used to play that when I was a kid."

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