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Giantslayer is very spacious, I would go for that.

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Batsmen who might build a score:
Cook
Bell
Stokes
Ali

Batsmen you can rely on:
Root

Fingers crossed:
everyone else...

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Butler is the oddest one. If he went after it like a one-dayer he'd have made a more valuable contribution.

Over the last couple of years, Compton has looked the most composed: he was dropped because people got over-excited about Root opening.

I would look again at Compton, and maybe Carberry, before trying anyone else new.

Also, Bairstow looks ropey. KP suggested Hales opening, move Moeen up to 4 and bring in Rashid. Which might be interesting.

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Too many Ashes series' in a row.

If each side had spent two years sorting themselves out, rather than eight months, it would have been less scrappy.

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Galnörag wrote:
Winter_Born wrote:

Totally understand the reaso for not reprinting. Hell, I want Paizo to flourish, and that means making the right decisions for business.

That said, I'd still love for the remaining 3.5 APs to be collected and brought into the Pathfinder line. Yes, conversions can be done, but I'd still love to see how the staff would improve them ala RotRL.

Not all those APs are well loved or well received. Second Darkness has some serious mid-AP issues, and leaves one wonder, why wouldn't I want to let the drow drop a rock on the elves, those guys are dicks. (seriously we are still super unsympathetic to the elves ever since that AP, and I thought it was just us but the novel, Queen of Thorns, pretty much confirmed it, elves are dicks.)

Besides the cartographers drew all the elven architecture as sweeping curves, you draw that on a grid! We ended up fudging a hex based system for a while because it saved so much time.

Okay.... apparently I'm still mad at that AP... To be fair there were some awesome parts as well, but I can see how it won't necessarily sell well enough to justify reprinting it.

I've got to agree, I wish that Golarion elves were likeable.

Sure, there are decent and/or charismatic individuals but their society, taken as a whole, seems pretty unpleasant.

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

It's great.

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The 8th Dwarf wrote:
We will do better in the Rugby.

Your warm-up is The Rugby Championship.

Wales have a few knock-abouts against Ireland...

SH sides will be much better prepared for the first two matches, at least.

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Turned out nicely.

Decent knock from Cook.
Tidy score from Bairstow.
Root continues his magnificent form.

What a difference a few months can make.

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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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Cook has now scored more than Australia's top 7 batsmen.

England are 62 for 2.

Australia have quality fast-bowling but if Cook, Root, Stokes, Ali (maybe Butler too) can get two solid partnerships between them then it could be over in three days again.

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Does anyone know why they're doing it?

I don't see the benefit.

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Mint is provincial UK slang for 'really good' as well: "That armour is properly mint, mate."

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captain yesterday wrote:

Actually this is dame Frasier's third Adventure Path module, with The Harrowing also under her belt :-)

She's pretty f$%~ing good at it :-)

[pedant]I'm pretty damn sure that The Harrowing isn't an AP volume.

It's a stand-alone module.

[/pedant]

She is rather bloody good.

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And increasingly positive strides.

Bairstow did well.

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Being seriously competitive with the World Cup semi-finalists is a huge improvement from just a few months ago.

Even if New Zealand win the series, England seem to be making positive strides.

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The new Author and Punisher is intense.

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I loved this, read it in three evenings and loved every moment.

Engaging, often elegant, Tales novel.

Good work that man.

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Well, that was more like it.

We can do this one-day stuff...

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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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In terms of complexity and challenge to run, how does this compare with Razor Coast?

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Ernest Mueller wrote:
Dave Gross wrote:


I bet Paizo will take this sort of specific criticism to heart and adjust the look of the line going forward, but I wouldn't be surprised if it takes another couple of releases for your feedback to catch up with the printed books.
Well, I hope it helps. Sorry you had to be the canary in the coal mine! I really enjoy your Jeggare/Radovan books by the way, they are both fun and show off Golarion in a very effective way.

I was going to makr pretty much the same point as you, Ernest.

The design looks... amateurish. The smaller books look better.

The cover struck me right away: if I saw it in a bookshop I might assume it was small press, possibly self-published stuff.

I do hope Paizo/Tor can get to grips with the design soon.

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Fight Amp
enablers
murder by death

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On the flip-side.

It's nice to see the Windies play some proper test cricket.

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Charles, I'm not sure about your criticism of Butler. One missed stumping does not invalidate his talents and he should really be batting at six.
We should have started with Lith for Trott and dropped Stokes for Rashid in the final test:
Cook
Lith
Ballance
Bell
Root
Butler
Ali
Jordan
Rashid
Anderson
Broad

It's a shame the experiment with Moeen at 2 didn't work: hiding two secondary spinners in the batting would be alright with a decent front-line spinner.

I was discussing the summer with two colleagues, an Ozzy and a Pakistani. They both thought that the Ashes would be such a hammering that, from a neutral perspective, they'd rather watch the New Zealand tests. I had to agree.

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This test has gone weird: expecting spin and it rains so we get swing instead...
Windies final pair build the innings...

What do we have?
A middle order, a decent-length tail.

What do we lack?
An opening pair, an attack.

Best case scenario?
Cook finds form, Lyth comes in and proves he can cut it, Anderson and Broad play into their form of 2/3 years ago.

Worst case scenario?
Trott keeps being picked despite being Wafty McFidget
Cook snicks the ball after 10 runs every match
Anderson and Broad tire themselves out

Miracles we need?
A full-on pace bowler with sufficient accuracy
Cook getting back-to-back centuries
Jordan, Ali, Stokes to add 15 to their average each and take wickets reliably.

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Guide to Darkmoon Vale pre-dates the old campaign Setting, the one which was replaced by the Inner Sea World Guide.

It's super-early, when Paizo were throwing out ideas (the Slor?) they sometimes leave behind old ideas that were never developed.

That said, Baba Yaga is the most likely candidate. She can do all of those things if needs be. I'd go with Baba Yaga.

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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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Patrik, did you boil your bones? Might jab straightened your grave wraith's wonky sword.

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

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Quark Blast wrote:

OK. So here's my question for you (and I'm expressly not asking for names to be dropped in the answer):

If Kickstarter is so valuable to the "little guys" (i.e. anyone but Paizo, WotC, and... White Wolf?... and?), how many employees has the place you're most familiar with hired since 2009?

You mention up-thread that "they have maybe 5 full time employees." How many of those were hired, or upgraded, since the Kickstarter phenomenon? How many temps or part-timers have they hired since then?

Most small companies don't last. If you employ five people on a decent wage for 30 years then that is a solid achievement. We don't need every business to expand year-on-year.

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Snow came falling, snow on snow, snow on snow on snow
In the bleak midwinter...

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Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Fugazi - "Waiting Room"
This one played a pivotal role in setting Baby Doodlebug on the road to Bolshevism, although, if pressed, I'd have to admit I'm not sure I have any idea what it's about.

Being trapped by the system and stepping outside it to have self-realisation and self-actualisation.

I always thought.

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Luna is a great job on a sweet sculpt. Nice work.

I am amazed by your painting prowess and pace.

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Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Also tried reading Montaillou by Emile La Roi Ladurie, which was very dull indeed, unless you like reading about the daily lives of 13th Century Cathar Shepherds ** spoiler omitted ** Not a keeper.

One of the more useless "facts" that I have used to impress people with over the years is that the Britishiznoid term "bugger" is derived from "Bulgar" which was in reference to the Cathar Heresy.

I learned that from an introductory essay to my edition of Candide; if it isn't actually true, I don't wanna hear about it.

My grandmother has called me a little bugger more times than I can remember.

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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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Treppa wrote:
I got it. So there.

We all did, it's painfully easy.

GM just has low expectations.

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man or girl?

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Pathfinder Origins

on Dynamite website.

Jim Zub has moved on to writing for dnd and some bigger publishers.
As a result, the new comics are being written by Paizonians: Erik Mona is writing the first one.

It was revealed on the Know Direction podcast last week.

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Hello,

I would like to cancel my subscription to Pathfinder Tales, including the book from this order.

The rest of my subscription should then be able to go out.

I hope that makes sense.

GE

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A life cut short, lost potential... Very sad.

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Hello,

I would like to change my subscriptions and so cancel some, but not all, of this order.

I would like to cancel my Companion and Campaign Setting subscriptions, including not buying the Ranged Tactics Toolbox.

Once that is done, my bank account is sorted out so the re-arranged subscription order should be able to be charged and sent out.

I hope that makes sense.

GE

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Kajehase wrote:
According to market research website YouGov, supporters of the far right British National Party (BNP) are more likely than the average population in the UK to be fans of rapper 50 Cent.

I guess the question is: does 50cent's persona challenge or reinforce racist stereotypes?

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Fergurg wrote:
On July 4th, 1776, King George of Great Britain wrote in his diary, "Nothing important happened today."

What makes that feat truly impressive is that he'd been dead for 50 years...

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Good question.

I could do with five more quests.

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Auren "Rin" Cloudstrider wrote:

GG Allen link

this punk rock song isn't safe for work, but it is a small time classic i discovered last night

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Celestial Healer wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
The oldest church in America is a tiny chapel in the Dominican city of Santo Domingo, originally built by Columbus' son.

It is the longest standing church in America but an older church, St. Bernard de Clairvaux was shipped over from Spain and put back together in Florida.

It dates from the 12th Century and is thus the oldest church in America.

Depends on the definition of "church". An ancient Egyptian temple was shipped over from its site near the Aswan Dam and reassembled at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Suh-weet!

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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Got all nostalgic and looked up some vids by Bostonians (not all natives) who only achieved modest levels of success and then I would run into in used record stores:

The Real Kids
The Lyres
Little Joe Cook and the Thrillers
Slapshot
Galaxie 500
Mission of Burma
Papas Fritas
Al Kooper

Mission of Burma are still awesome today. The new stuff is up there with Signals, Calls and Marches.

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I would give them land, serfs, status and an obligation to provide one mounted warrior, ten archers and ten pike-wielding infantry on demand.

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

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