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One of those writers who made you see the world through a different lens.

I am reminded of Gerald Davies' tribute to the late, great Ray Gravell: “I shall not say, though, that we will never see his like again for I hope we do. There could be no poorer way to honour Grav than to assume his spirit is perished, never more to arise."

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christos gurd wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:

robot chris: I wish I had reverse dictionary

robot chris: where I told it what I wanted word to mean, and it gave me word

The internet is your friend.
I typed indeed and got homosexual, then i tried agreed and i got pedophile...what kinda search criteria is this using?

The criteria is to use more than one word. To describe a concept.

Type in 'small barrel' and it gives you keg, kilderkin, cades and rundlet... pretty good.

I tried 'indeed' and got 45 differet results. 'Indeed' is probably keyed to some slang phrase or other old language that is/was linked to homosexuality in some part of the world.

Kilogram is another answer for 'agreed' presumbaly it comes up a lot as an 'agreed unit of measure'.

It is not an exact tool. 'A man who loves other men' got me 100 answers and included 'gay' but the first was 'god'.

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David M Mallon wrote:
DragoDorn wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
DragoDorn wrote:
Colony Of Birchmen by Mastodon
That whole album used to be my group's D&D gaming soundtrack back in the mid-'00s.
Heard the new song yet?
Not until you posted the link. I'm getting a weird, almost hair metal vibe from it. I'm a bit skeptical about the upcoming album, considering how disappointed I was by their last album. 'The Hunter' had a couple of good tracks (for example), but felt oddly disjointed to me, and really just didn't feel like a Mastodon album. I applaud them for changing direction, but I'm still not sure if it's working for them.

I'm pretty sure it's working for them but maybe not for you?

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Last weekend I had the pleasure of drinking in Kean's Head in Nottingham: as well as a few tidy Castle Rock beers (Harvest Pale, Preservation, Yaffle) I tried an oak-aged saison called The Kernel and a breakfast stout, Sublime Chaos, which had a coffee edge.

Great pub and all good beers, although I was the only one of my gang who enjoyed the saison.

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That Om was great: made me go and listen to No Made Sense again.

Mix of new and old on the GE radio lately:

5ive - Gulls

Future of the Left - How to Stop Your Brain in an Accident

Shabazz Palaces - Black Up

Crosses - This is a Trick

Braid - Consolation Prizefighter

Walter Schreifels - Ballad of Little Kim

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Sara Marie wrote:

robot chris: I wish I had reverse dictionary

robot chris: where I told it what I wanted word to mean, and it gave me word

The internet is your friend.

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Leamington Spa is exactly the kind of place where people would test their festival pyrotechnics.

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Just as a side note, it is interesting how the guy in the original article is referred to as a Bishop in the press.

He is given this status to agrandise the piece even though a more accurate description would be 'heretical ex-Bishop'.

I'm not trying to defend any side in the debate about his excommunication, just pointing out how journos have merrily misrepresented the facts.

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Cheers!

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Just got a shock seeing this in my subscription: an extra $28 in shipping.

I've had to cancel my subscription: please don't put hardcovers in the line like that, or at least send e-mails to international subscribers so that we have fair warning.

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Hello,

I didn't realise that Inner Sea Gods would be a subscription item.

I have just seen it in my order though. Order #3079042

Would you please cancel my subscription to the campaign setting line so that I still get Inner Sea Combat but do not receive Inner Sea Gods.

Thank you.

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Kryzbyn wrote:

The American colonies were invaded by the French, and the British. Then as the US, invaded by the British again in 1812.

This may depend on your definition of invasion, but we are keenly aware of it. Having to repel the invasion from two of the world's top superpowers at the time is no small matter, nor easily forgotten.

I don't really know anything about American history, so that's quite eye-opening.

Were these wars rape/pillage/atrocity invasions in which civilian populations were heavily involved? Or were they more conflicts between recognisable armies who (generally) killed each other?

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I like this kind of blog, it makes sense for Paizo and Big Finish to think beyond the Paizonauts.

You might even include a pdf of images with the audio files, and a range of images in the CD sleeve.

---

Just a thing about phrasing: I think you should leave room for the listener's imagination and avoid being didactic.

Phrases like 'this is how we depicted her' and 'this is our artwork for him' gives license for readers/listeners to use their imagination and take the art as a starting point or inspiration, or even to reject it for a superior mental image of their own.

I know the blog isn't mind control and people can do that anyway, but Paizo is the authoritative voice and language can affect us all.

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houstonderek wrote:

I lived in an apartment complex back in the '90s that the State Department used to house Bosnian Muslim refugees. I had a chance to talk to some of them and they told me some insane stories about mass murders, mass rapes and other atrocities committed on them by the Orthodox Serbians.

I worked at a coffee shop with a couple of Serbian chicks (one was from Montenegro, one from Serbia proper) who told similar tales of mayhem about Bosnian Muslims.

Neither had nice things to say about the Roman Catholic Croatians, whom both considered the worst kind of Nazi loving scum. I have not had any conversations with a Croatian about the subject, but I assume I'd get much of the same.

Neither side seemed like they were exaggerating in the least. That, coupled with my knowledge of the five hundred years of history prior to the Yugoslavian civil war, pretty much leads me to believe there were no good guys and bad guys, just a bunch of people that were pissed off the last five hundred years were complete crap and itching for payback.

The Ottomans were brutal masters, as were the Austrians, Italians, Russians and any number of other large empires that used the Balkans as a battleground to settle their petty squabbles. All three major ethnic/religious groups see the others as the worst oppressors in that five hundred years.

So, my opinion is that the whole thing was a mess, there really wasn't a "right" side to back, and we probably should have been more understanding about the potential powder keg (it wasn't a secret the Serbs, Croats, and Turks hated each other to no end) that was the collapse of the Yugoslav era.

But, of course, Western Europe and the U.S. were still patting themselves on the back for "winning" the Cold War back then and couldn't be bothered to pick up the pieces of the shattered Eastern Bloc. Following up has always been a problem for us (see also: the end of the Afghan civil war and the rise of the Taliban, not keeping Chiang Kai-shek on a leash, not pressuring France and GB to do a...

Someone made a point to me the other day that the UK and US are countries that don't know the terror of invasion.

The US has never really been invaded and the last invasion of the UK, although terrible for the victim, was the vikings.

We have no cultural memory of atrocity in that way, so we struggle to understand the impact.

The closest Brits can get is realising that vikings stopped being straight-up symbols of evil and terror about 40/50 years ago... so it took a thousand years to forgive Scandinavians but we preach forgiveness and reconciliation like it's easy.

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Great news: Owen's a great designer.

Owen/Christina: how did the Grand Temple of Jing handover go?

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character development is, for me, shaped by circumstance.

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City of Fallen Sky was the worst Tales book.
Liar's Blade was a real pleasure.

I hope this is more Liar's

Blade:
Which had charm and elegant writing
and less City of
Fallen Sky:
where everyone was obnoxious and the writing was graceless
.

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It improved over the run, and I'm glad that they started outsmarting people as well as out-fighting them.

I enjoyed the little moral at the end, very apt.

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Andrew R wrote:
Thymus Vulgaris wrote:
snobi wrote:
Sounds like "I have a lot of good reasons for mugging you."
You must hate Robin Hood...
Yes he would have been an evil dick that killed guards doing their jobs to steal what one merchant might have worked incredibly hard to earn to do as he pleased with it.

Also, have you ever read a Robin Hood story, because you don't seem to..?

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Andrew R wrote:
thejeff wrote:
snobi wrote:
Bjørn Røyrvik wrote:
Would it be incorrect to assume you don't want to pay any taxes at all?
It's correct to assume I don't want my money stolen from me. If taxes were solely voluntary, I might donate.
Yeah, sorry. I like civilization.
How much of someone else's money do you need to be "civilized"? How much of what some of us have to sweat and bleed to earn do we deserve to keep? Or in the case of many of the socialist/comies how much will you allow us to keep when you have the power to take?

Some simple questions.

Is there a difference, in your mind, between socialists and communists?

Do you, personally, sweat and bleed, to earn your wages?

Do you, personally, believe that hospice nurses should have vastly inferior medical care to people who were born into wealth?

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I've mostly been listening to No Made Sense and Future Of The Left lately.

Future of the Left are great live as well.

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Loguenauts!
Hitchcockinators!

Yes!

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Hama wrote:
But a lot of people are pretty certain that outside influences had a big hand in everything, because a distabilized and poor Balkans work much better for them than stable and prosperous.

So, who benefited from a destabilised and poor Balkans?

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NATO, of course, could intervene in Yugoslavia because they would not be walking into a war with a nuclear power which commands one of the world's most powerful military forces.
Also, the NATO nations were not heavily involved in unpopular Middle-Eastern conflicts at the time.

If a country like the US, UK or France angers Belgrade then all Belgrade can do is drink more, or lie down in a dark room.

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After the war, I sent loads of CDs to a rock DJ at a radio station in Sarajevo.

True story.

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I have all of the APs and read all of the AP fiction. I like it.

As for the new approach: I also play in APs, as well as GMing, and when I know I might play an AP I don't read it... except for the fiction. I don't want to lose out on having something to read for those 6 months of AP.

I like the idea of the fiction fleshing out the environment or NPC backstory for a minor (or distant) figure but I would really like that information to be guaranteed spoiler-free so that players can read it.

Thinking of an example that would work: Arael's back-story as a freedom-fighting secret cleric in Cheliax could have set up Council of Thieves and been a cool story without creating spoilers.

Similarly, the players learn the Kaijitsu family story by the end of book 1, so the AP volumes could have told their story: start with families being chased out of the country, then reveal more detail int he AP2 issue.

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This can tread on egos in a very difficult way.

I would have them make modern characters and transfer, not be themselves.

Also, you could use the Super Genius Games 'modern' classes which have a cool, pulp feel and are designed for Pathfinder.

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Aw, man: when I'm busy I just check my campaigns and forget about the other stuff. Sorry to have missed out.

Hey, Bilzabub: that campaign was great. We must be among the elite few people annoyed that our GM left us to do professional RPG writing :D

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Joan of Arc - The Gap

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A knock about?

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Well, when the band are in their 50s you can't expect that their audience will be teens and early 20s.

Y'know, if I was Irish, I think I'd get pretty weary of some of the stereotypes they're pegged with.

Oh, those fighty-drunky Irish people!:

Sailing To Byzantium

I
That is no country for old men. The young
In one another's arms, birds in the trees
---Those dying generations---at their song,
The salmon-falls, the mackerel-crowded seas,
Fish, flesh, or fowl commend all summer long
Whatever is begotten, born, and dies.
Caught in that sensual music all neglect
Monuments of unaging intellect.

II
An aged man is but a paltry thing,
A tattered coat upon a stick, unless
Soul clap its hands and sing, and louder sing
For every tatter in its mortal dress,
Nor is there singing school but studying
Monuments of its own magnificence;
And therefore I have sailed the seas and come
To the holy city of Byzantium.

III
O sages standing in God's holy fire
As in the gold mosaic of a wall,
Come from the holy fire, perne in a gyre,
And be the singing-masters of my soul.
Consume my heart away; sick with desire
And fastened to a dying animal
It knows not what it is; and gather me
Into the artifice of eternity.

IV
Once out of nature I shall never take
My bodily form from any natural thing,
But such a form as Grecian goldsmiths make
Of hammered gold and gold enamelling
To keep a drowsy Emperor awake;
Or set upon a golden bough to sing
To lords and ladies of Byzantium
Of what is past, or passing, or to come.

-William Butler Yeats

He was Irish, as you can see from his fighty-drunky verse...

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Hello,

I would like to cancel my comics subscription, please.

Geraint

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"That's not a Cornish cream tea; that's a Devon cream tea! Never speak to me again!"

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Nostalgically enjoying Cannibal Ox - Iron Galaxy and Tom Waits - Mule Variations.

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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

My local comrades keep trying to get me into Gogol Bordello.

I have thus far resisted, but this video is pretty good.

See them live, that's where they're at their best.

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Charlie Bell wrote:

I'm quite fond of the blue Chimay.

My everyday (not that I drink every day) beer goes through a rotation. Killian's, Shotgun Betty, maybe Red Stripe in the summer.

I have to say, I've never had an Indian beer I didn't like. Kingfisher, Haywards 5000, Old Monk 10000--all excellent. There are a lot more out there but these are the ones I've tried.

Kingfisher has a softness which makes it perfect with spicy food: which is pretty fitting.

Cobra is a less impressive Indian beer.

I'm trying to find a UK stockist for Premier Cru, a great, clean, crisp French lager.

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Aberzombie wrote:
Interesting.

Definitely worth a taste.

off-topic:
A bit depressing to be greeted to a pop-up saying: "Help us to hate Hilary!" though.

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FallofCamelot wrote:

To be honest I have to think back quite a while to remember the last time I was in a game where a character died.

Thinking hard I reckon it must be at least 19 maybe even 20 hours ago...

All joking aside wand of cure light wounds have an important role in Pathfinder as they remove the necessity for a dedicated healer.

Why is this important? Because it means that people are not pressured into playing a role that they don't want to play. Playing a healer therefore becomes a choice rather than the punishment for being the last person to create a character.

Clerics are the best class to play.

Unless the party expect you to healbot: then you need a wand of CLW so that you can use your cleric properly.

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Crystal Frasier wrote:

While coil guns are considered Ankeshelian technology in Midgard, coilergunners aren't automatically any more proficient in other types of Ankeshelian weapons or technology than the average gunslinger. Your GM may decide that coilgunners CAN use Ankeshelian technology, in loo of adding magical coilguns to their campaign, but that's a table decision.

Coilgunner can't use their overcharge deeds with other Ankeshelian weapons. But again, your individual GM can always allow it; You'll need to decide the effects of overcharging these more advanced weapons at your own table.

pedantry:
'in lieu' is what you're looking for. 'Loo' is British slang for toilet, and I don't want to know what coilgunners get up to in the toilet...
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Sissyl wrote:

So, without EU membership, and with a new currency, there are all sorts of possibilities open to an independent Scotland financially. Remember, a small currency could well have a meteoric rise quickly. I don't know enough about finance to draw any deeper conclusions, really. I just feel convinced the opportunity will exist. If the Scots go for a socialist big nanny state, however, that isn't going to matter much.

I think the central issue is probably one of identity rather than economy. Do the Scots FEEL Scottish? How many of them understand how the previous Scottish state differed from England?

Every Scot I have ever had much of a chat with feels a strong sense of Scottish identity. One thing that unites all Brits is our ability to feel a great kinship with our locale. Ask a Glaswegian about Edinburgh and you'll soon be given the impression that the two are different cultures entirely (and that the fancy-dans in the capital lord it over everyone else and take advantage). You'll probably be convinced to back independence... from Edinburgh.

That's just how we are: ask someone from Nottingham about Derby and it won't be much different.

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One thing being overlooked here is that polls have been consistent for many, many years in showing roughly 35% support for independence amongst Scots.

The latest polls show that falling as the referendum draws near.

The biggest support is among the young, which is why the SNP were keen to let 16 year olds vote.

The concensus amongst my friends is that we love Scotland and would be sad to see it go.

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Skullford - Forgive me, I'm nub wrote:
Well in one instance someone picked up a wand from a wounded player then healed said player, who got up next round and used the wand on herself and the round after that the player who grabbed the wand earlier used the wand again, so basically two people were using one wand and all of this was done without any of them talking about giving wands to other people or move actions.

Pick up wand = move action

Use wand = standard action

get up = move action
take wand = move action
use wand = standard action

grab wand = move action
use wand = standard action

Yeah, a bit of leeway from the GM there but not much.

Very soon that will be a waste of three actions but, to be honest, I don't see any lack of drama in someone running over to a dying comrade and pulling them back from the brink. That seems to have more tension and drama than shrugging and moving on.

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cmastah wrote:
Lord Snow wrote:


What can I say? some people are impossible. I know some very fast readers but nothing as extreme as this... still, I wonder if this lady would be able to answer easy trivia questions about books she read, say, a week before. Find it hard to believe she'd be able to give good answers.

There certainly are extreme cases, I doubt if you named the first hundred or even thousand books she'd read that she'd remember them.

@Geraint, I'll challenge that: I say it's not possible because the Chinese kept a detailed record of their history, their works alone would've most likely taken a lifespan to read :)

I've actually begun reading another book: wolf brother, though given that I started several days ago and am still on chapter 8, I'd say my reading is taking a massive backseat.

Turns out you're right: I was recalling an apocryphal quote about Coleridge which has long been debunked.

Since organised manuscript copying began it has been impossible...

It is possible for a modern man to read every word we have of Ancient Greek (including inscriptions, a copy of every inscription found fits on one CD: I have a copy) but only because so much was lost over the years.

Which just means that it has always been more important what you read and, perhaps, how you read than how much you read.

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It used to be possible to read the entirety of known literature, if you had enough languages.

That stopped being the case several hundred years ago and at that point what you read became more important than how much.

Doodlebug: Charles Dickens

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SPCDRI wrote:

Paladins are professional killers, essentially. They loot corpses and take goods to become better at killing.

In Pathfinder, this is not morally wrong. Anyone who had the capability to be the best at killing quintessences of evil like devils and demons wouldn't be doing his or her job if he wasn't killing them.

That being said, there needs to be a lot more leeway.

If you, and the rest of the players, are seriously considering the paladin having a Faith Crisis/Fall From Grace over a fairly played
8 gold piece poker game, it is time to re-think if it is even possible
for a paladin to be at the table.

Let the paladin be the paladin. Why is he half-assing it? Because he isn't a theologian and philosopher thoroughly versed in theodicy and ethics theory? Stop putting undue burdens upon him.

Although dangerously flirting with the murderhobo fallacy, this is my point-of-view.

It is sad when GMs decide: "He's playing a paladin: so I must micro-manage and pick, pick, pick at his character."

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So, what/who is Sutter Cane then? Google isn't very helpful.

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I quite fancy playing a Tulita Druid. I'll cook one up tomorrow when I get home and can look at my Freebooter's Guide.

Would an aquatic animal companion be okay or should I get one who can adventure on land? Or maybe a bird to cover both?

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I think it is good to be cautious, but then they do have a good track record with Dr. Who so they can handle extraordinary/magic stuff.

Block Knight, yep, we do get audio-dramas. We have a radio station which has zero-music but is not 'talk-radio' in the sense of phone-ins and disc-jockeys. Instead you get a lot of news radio, plus comedy (usually topical satire), two books a week ('book of the week' and 'book at bedtime') and a weekday audio dramas ('Afternoon Drama'). Plus a lot of topical half-hour shows (Gardener's Question Time; The Film Programme; The Media Show; Thinking Allowed, which is social sciences; All In The Mind, psychology; In Our Time, cultural history; The Food Programme)

This Friday we had the first part of a Torchwood audio drama.

This is Radio 4 but you can often find the dramas on iTunes or Audible.com if you come across one that takes your fancy. I recommend 'Pilgrim'. They're excellent gothic fantasies.

All of the BBC Radio stuff is free to stream (live and for a week after) in the UK, I don't know about the rest of the world.

And, as this is the BBC, no adverts.

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Is it possible to use contingency to teleport if clowns draw near?

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I'm guessing because the people who made this are not fantasy fans. This party is basically "you've seen that Lord of the Rings film, like that but no little ones".

The wizard will probably cast very few spells but read things and be the clever one.

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