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Adam Daigle wrote:
Please stop crapping on each other's wishes and please stop sniping at each other in this thread.

But but but watching Sincubus and Kthulhu accuse each other of dumping on people's tastes is deliciously ironic that I'm not sure anything can top that. It's so meta.

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Cooler does not mean sexier.

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Lord Snow wrote:

Gotbacz, as you pointed out yourself earlier CR is a flimsy thing. Trolls are just generally powerful for their CR. But compare a barbarian hill giant to some CR 9 dragon and your hill giant seems funny.

Not that much. A Barbarian Hill Giant would have exactly the same hp and AC as a Young Red Dragon, and two attacks which would both hit AC 24 more frequently than YRD with its secondary attacks. Sure, there are dragon immunities and breath weapon to consider but the difference is not terrific. I would prolly rate the BarbHillGiant one CR lower than the Dragon, but I would absolutely consider it more dangerous than a Giant Flytrap or a Brachiosaurus. So yeah, CR is a ballpark, but as long as you're within the ballpark, it's fine.

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Lord Snow wrote:
Aratrok does have a point that the +2 CR boost seems a bit high, I'd say. I can't say that applying this template gives a better power boost than say the advanced template. +1 CR seems more in line.

Barbarian Troll (raging) vs. Hill Giant

Barbarian Troll (CR 7)
AC 15
hp 75; regeneration 5 (acid or fire), DR 1/-, uncanny dodge
Fort +11, Ref +4, Will +5
Melee bite +12 (1d8+9), 2 claws +12 (1d6+9)
Special Attacks rend (2 claws, 1d6+11)
damage on full attack if everything hits : 53

Hill Giant (CR 7)
AC 21
hp 85
Fort +11, Ref +2, Will +3
Melee greatclub with PA +12/+7 (2d8+16)
damage on full attack if everything hits : 50

So, we have the same damage and 10 more hp for the Hill Giant and better AC but better saves + regen, DR and uncanny dodge for the Troll. Looks fine, and if you actually do slap an appropriate armor on the Troll, looks even better.

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W E Ray wrote:

Awesome posts guys!

At least we can all agree Paizo rocks.

Of course!

And that robotz with lazors are hawt! ;P

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Aratrok wrote:

A +2 CR creature is supposed to be roughly twice as powerful (or at least, worth twice as many points in encounter design and meant to threaten PCs two levels higher) as the original. A +3 CR creature close to 250% of their original power. Do you really think a creature that gains Uncanny Dodge, DR 1/-, +4 Str, and Rage qualifies, beyond attaching it to the lowest CR creatures?

Is a Marilith with this template the same threat level as a Pit Fiend?

If you treat CR guidelines as a religion, fine, slap 18 levels of Expert onto a Troll and go complain that it doesn't hold its ground next to an Astral Deva. You'll have my sympathy. Maybe you'll even get your money back or have somebody fired that way.

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CR for classed monsters never worked properly anyway. Anybody who has ever faced 3.5 Xanesha can confirm that. She was built 100% according to the rules, yet in play she was way above her CR.

The problem is not with Class Templates, it's with Core rules for assigning CR. Or rather, "guidelines" for assigning CR, because they explicitly state that they're just that.

A Barbarian Template monster seems to be in line with CR+2 monsters of the same ilk, from first glance.

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Pan wrote:
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I briefly cancelled my subscription for the Pirates are Stupid AP, of course, and I'm in the lonely doldrums now until February when the next AP starts -- can't wait for Giantslayer -- shame we don't have a current AP for me to subscribe to.
Guess we get to swap places then cause I'm canceling for Fight giants?...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz AP.

I'm not cancelling, but I'm going to use it mostly as beer mats and fly swatters.

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I came here for a press release or Word of God, and all I got is somebody who has a friend who has a friend who has a friend who spoke with somebody but it was early in the morning and the monkeys were still hungry and I've had to feed the monkeys did you feed your monkeys? /sigh

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Alexander Augunas wrote:


Monster Codex is VERY minimalistic on player options. I think I noticed a feat that wasn't bolded correctly somewhere, but that's about it.

Well, that at least hopefully will cut down the amount of "No buffs for Clerics, there's a typo on page 45, still no official apology for not recognizing the utter failure of designers to address the caster-martial disparity, 0 stars" reviews.

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Dude, have you considered the impact kajiu and dragons have on their ecosystems? Because that's way more un-realistic than Andoran style of armour, just sayin'. Or than trade routes, imports and exports. I mean, there's a whole insult to biology here.

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Guy St-Amant wrote:

1) Young Iconics: until only a few centuries ago, kids getting in danger was an everyday occurrence and often a necessity.

"Kids in danger (of being viciously tentacle-violated and then chewed out)" is a turbo red button panic trigger in the U.S. - I wouldn't count of those any time soon.

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IANJJ, but Dragons Revisited was often singled out as a book that's not 100% in synch with what currently Golarion canon is all about. In particular with regard to dragons interacting with other races, with things like "dragons hanging out in taverns, yo" or "dragon armies rampaging through Avistan" being prime candidates for a retcon. The book was written in the early days of Golarion development, and the author apparently had a wildly different idea about dragons in the setting than James, Erik and Co. have.

And yes, I know this means Archpaladin Z will now desperately scramble to find out what actually IS canon, in order to make sure his gaming is 100% true to it :P

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Yeah, but then you would have to answer the question: why aren't there a couple hundred (at least!) deities running around Golarion doing their groceries.

I'm afraid the days when "GM and author said so, obey" was enough to resolve such questions have sailed some time ago. Certainly more so for 3E players, who are much more mechanics-oriented.

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W E Ray wrote:

Imagine if the most powerful of the divinities were CR 30 or 31, and the lesser ones were CR 25 or 26.

Ravingdork, Magnuskn and Rynjin would open a massive thread on how they took out the entire Golarion pantheon in 5 rounds using level 17 PCs. I'm pretty sure such thread would be full of personal insults at developers AND at Greyhawkian grogrnars who would pop in to say "lol 3ed kids, killing gods like this is silly and no sane Mister Caven would ever allow you that". Player Entitlement vs. GM supremacy, fluff vs. crunch, 3E vs OSR etc.

Much grar and bile for little gain.

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Mark Moreland wrote:
'Murica

What are our chances for decanter of endless waterboarding or an NPC nicknamed "Tricky Dicky"?

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Wiggz wrote:
Rest assured that a GREAT many of Paizo's patrons

Empirical data, please. Or else I'll say that a GREAT many of Paizo's patrons don't give a flip, and we're at an impasse, because neither can back our opinions with facts. :)

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Friendly Free Legal Advice. Otherwise Worth Hard $$$:

I'd read carefully the Terms of Service of Lulu (or any other PoD service for that matter) to make sure you don't accidentally bring a bucket of pain and legal costs upon yourself.

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Wiggz wrote:
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Wiggz wrote:

My personal stance on gay marriage issue (again, as an outsider) is the same as straight marriage - that the government should get out of the marriage business altogether.

Yeah, let's stop preventing those Utah gentlemen from having 6 underage wives. That will work juuuuuust fine.

Actually I'm completely in favor of polyamory as a lifestyle... and last I checked, sex with minors was still illegal regardless.

Honestly - have you ever made a post that wasn't just an excuse for snark?

Honestly - yes.

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Wiggz wrote:

My personal stance on gay marriage issue (again, as an outsider) is the same as straight marriage - that the government should get out of the marriage business altogether.

Yeah, let's stop preventing those Utah gentlemen from having 6 underage wives. That will work juuuuuust fine.

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Wiggz wrote:


Honestly, it was this that actually spurred us (me) to decide to finally get married. My mother made the off-hand comment that she 'wished she could introduce her as her daughter-in-law rather than as her son's girlfriend', and I never wanted anyone to think that I wasn't serious enough about her to 'officially' commit.

Congratulations, you've just answered your question! Millions of people around the world have their mothers make that off-hand comments and never want anyone to think that they aren't serious enough about their same-sex partners to 'officially' commit. Yes, they are human beings just like you, and face dilemmas identical to straight people.

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Also, as far as United States of Murica are concerned, there's this whole "your contracts might be legal in that pinko commie Seattle of yours, but here son, 'tis the Free Republic of Texas!" thing which makes solving things via contracts and PoAs slightly more tricky than elsewhere.

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Whatever has happened to the good old 'badger your parents until they buy you a motorcycle/shotgun/patfhinder rulebook'?

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GreyWolfLord wrote:
Marco Polaris wrote:

Speaking strictly for myself, with some PDFs I get a HUGE problem with loading time when I need to scroll though a PDF or jump to a bookmark, even if it's just one page away. That is a massively inconvenient lag time during gameplay. This is probably a problem with my current version of Adobe reader, and I'm planning to replace my PC this year, but until then it's a hassle.

Plus, I've read so many books growing up that it actually IS faster for me to do a lookup "by thumb" than through the pdf index in most cases.

Not necessarily. I am using the most recent Adobe reader on my internet machine and have that problem. I have to burn them to disk and read them on my laptop which minimizes such stuff.

I think it may have to do with memory or processor speed or something else like that.

Alternative PDF readers (such as Foxit) and memory sticks (instead of burning CDs/DVDs) are you friends.

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magnuskn wrote:

Putting me in the same category of number-crunching as those others is very flattering, but untrue. I do some basic math and come to results which any other person who would do it would come to. Rynjin, RD and the others are way, way more into optimizing than I'd ever be, which helps them find those hidden flaws. I just see the obvious stuff and say aloud "Why don't the developers see this, too? Why don't they care?!?"

I like to think that my people skills are somewhat better than with those others, though. I manage a good dialogue with James from time to time, after all. :p

And neither your "seven experienced optimizers" group, nor RavingDorks "why is everybody looking at me like that?" group nor Rynjin's "I have no time to play the game, I'm too busy theorycrafting!" groups are anywhere close to an average gaming group (and hence, the market target group).

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The fact that some folks genuinely believe that the RPG industry is a sprawling gold mine which can sustain thousands of paid jobs, produce TV advertisements, land movie and AAA+ video game deals, get Erik Mona a Ferrari AND do all of this anywhere besides the US and Canada never ceases to amuse me.

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I smell drones, death penalty and Gitmo! ;P

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Wiggz wrote:
Welcome to an adult conversation. I didn't even begin this thread, if you'll recall - why is it that honest discussion between mature individuals troubles you so?

I'm not entirely sure if there's any honesty, maturity and discussion in any of your sudden "LGBT is forced down my throat" outbursts you do in every thread remotely related to the topic, to be honest.

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Because all the Wiggzes.

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UncleO wrote:
TV commercials are no longer needed in this generation. A good YouTube/Twitch personality is just as effective as spending millions on a TV commercial. Look at what Table Top has done for board-gaming.

Pretty much this. 1 vid with Felicia Day talking about your game wins you far more sales than an ad on KFBVWCTV.

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RPG industry is far too small for tv ads, outdoorand the like.

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Level 3 down, loving it so far.

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Mythic Evil Lincoln wrote:
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Reading Mark's mention of the Occult Adventures made me realize I'm not even excited about the playtest... sigh... :/
I've been completely disinterested in the last three playtests -- but it wasn't Paizo's doing. It was the participants.

What? You were put off by TRUE GAMERS BEING PASSIONATE? Preposterous.

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Skeld wrote:
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Dude, if it isn't an e-mail detailing how you're going to get a visit from a bunch of True Americans equipped with a blowtorch and a shotgun, that ain't no harassment.

Don't you got some lawyerin' to do, toothbag?

-Skeld

Of course I do. If anybody feels threatened ... here's my card. And here's the phone number of Sergei. Sergei handles the problem, I do the paperwork.

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Slayer, Investigator, Skald and Brawler are great. Special shoutout to the Slayer because Rogue fix.

Hunter, Shaman, Arcanist and Bloodrager are OK.

Warpriest and Swashbuckler are meh.

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Dude, if it isn't an e-mail detailing how you're going to get a visit from a bunch of True Americans equipped with a blowtorch and a shotgun, that ain't no harassment.

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Ssalarn wrote:

I expect Occult Mysteries to be amazing though, because so many of the people at Paizo love the concept. They've been planning and ruminating on something they love and are excited about, and love is where the real magic comes from.

Fear not, your damning praise will be quickly silenced by all the "ha ha Failzo hates point-based psionics so they're giving us another vancian system where casters rule and martials drool' people ;-)

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Insain Dragoon wrote:

I would really just like a real aplology and not the kind where I'm told I didn't like the book because my standards were too high. Preferably a statement more public than a PM or post in this thread.

My standards are pretty average and thats why I even own RPG books in the first place, I expect some level of balance issues and rules errors. I don't believe that the ACG was bad because my standards were too high, I think it was bad because Paizo can and has done better. When people hear a core Paizo book they hear that they are going to get a quality product worth their money and it was advertized as such. I wouldn't go far enough to say that it was false advertising, but I do feel lied to and betrayed after all those blog posts hyping up a product that doesn't deliver.

Phew! I thought we're looking at a class action lawsuit here.

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I don't see the ACG as being more errate-y than any other Paizo book. The "possible errors" thread for APG has had about the same amount of posts 1 month after the release, and I don't recall anybody here shouting that APG was a failure.

Heck, I believe most Bestiaries have far more errors. But, being GM-side books they never fall under the same OCD scrutiny that player-side books are subjected to. People don't get so passionately ... I mean, nerdragely invested in monsters like they do with classes and other player material.

The fact that this thread is full of people whose forum activity is mostly limited to bashing whatever they see that has Paizo logo on it hardly surprises me as well.

One ACG criticism which I belive warrants some merit is the issue of disjunction between the class chapter (which was, AFAIK, written by Jason/Sean/Stephen) and the archetypes and feats chapters which are, again I'm guessing, outsourced to freelancers mostly. As a result, there's less coherency and consistency than it would be if everything would be written just by 3 guys. Of course the question is, whether such model is necessary to be able to put the book in a reasonable time at all.

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Transgendered lesbians seduced Jason and made him nerf the Warpriest.

This thread is better than #gamergate ;)

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Berselius wrote:
Sorry if this has been pointed out already but how exactly is Amiri able to wield a LARGE bastard sword?

From the Core Rulebook:

Inappropriately Sized Weapons: A creature can't make optimum use of a weapon that isn't properly sized for it. A cumulative –2 penalty applies on attack rolls for each size category of difference between the size of its intended wielder and the size of its actual wielder. If the creature isn't proficient with the weapon, a –4 nonproficiency penalty also applies.

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Thehigher cause wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Thehigher cause wrote:

I feel that there are a number of rules that need some work how about you?

One rule I find needing the be changed is damage reduction. It worked for a while but now not so much.
5/magic for low level people is good
10/magic or higher is usually nothing for players about 4th level as everybody has a magic weapon or can have or a temp one
It just not the great defensive ability it was.
3.5 rule was 5/magic, 10/+2 weapon and so on. And the weapon needed have a plus two not just 2 pluses worth. I'm not sure that is the right answer either.
thoughts?

I see you really don't like TWF. I just wonder why?
TWF?

Two Weapon Fighting.

DR 10/+2 shafts anybody who goes into that, because suddenly you need to buy two +2 weapons. On the other hand, the 2H guy right next to you laughs in your face.

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Steve Geddes wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:

Kickstarter solves precisely zero problems here. Kickstarter provides money. Paizo doesn't need money to put new books out. It needs manpower.

"Kickstart some money and hire new permanent employees!" Well, that'll put the Kickstarter well above what's needed for this one project. I don't even think that's kosher with Kickstarter rules, asking for money that isn't related to the kickstarted project. Let alone the question of what these new people are supposed to do once the book is out.

"Kickstart some money and hire temp works for this book only!" Well, do you know what are the salaries in RPG gaming industry? I'll give you an expert insider insight: they're not stellar. They're actually piss poor compared to video games and board games industries, and both require similar talents. You're not going to hire anybody temporarily with such salaries, and by anybody I mean somebody that's competent enough. I won't even mention the fact that US jurisdiction has some really weird regulations concerning temp workers. And that we're talking Seattle here, with dozens of companies in need of editors, writers and developers who are into fantasy and scifi.

"Profit margins are not slimmer!" - well duh, logic and common sense, how much can you sell the same product all over again if your name isn't Steve Jobs? Not much. Sure, there's some profit, but not as much as from something else. Business are about earning money, remember? You need to prioritize. And going back to the industry size and wealth question - in such a tiny industry, you can't afford to make mistakes. Especially with WotC now back in the game.

"People won't cancel their...

All pretty true, but I like it better when you stick to funny.

I can't please everybody all the time :(

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Of course we don't need no understanding of the business in order to express our wishes. I'm still waiting for Sexual Assault in Golarion and Transgendered Pornography of the Inner Sea and I seriously have no idea why these books didn't get printed yet, I mean I talked to my gaming group and everybody agrees it's a cool idea. Even my cat agrees.

But I digress.

Kickstarter solves precisely zero problems here. Kickstarter provides money. Paizo doesn't need money to put new books out. It needs manpower.

"Kickstart some money and hire new permanent employees!" Well, that'll put the Kickstarter well above what's needed for this one project. I don't even think that's kosher with Kickstarter rules, asking for money that isn't related to the kickstarted project. Let alone the question of what these new people are supposed to do once the book is out.

"Kickstart some money and hire temp works for this book only!" Well, do you know what are the salaries in RPG gaming industry? I'll give you an expert insider insight: they're not stellar. They're actually piss poor compared to video games and board games industries, and both require similar talents. You're not going to hire anybody temporarily with such salaries, and by anybody I mean somebody that's competent enough. I won't even mention the fact that US jurisdiction has some really weird regulations concerning temp workers. And that we're talking Seattle here, with dozens of companies in need of editors, writers and developers who are into fantasy and scifi.

"Profit margins are not slimmer!" - well duh, logic and common sense, how much can you sell the same product all over again if your name isn't Steve Jobs? Not much. Sure, there's some profit, but not as much as from something else. Business are about earning money, remember? You need to prioritize. And going back to the industry size and wealth question - in such a tiny industry, you can't afford to make mistakes. Especially with WotC now back in the game.

"People won't cancel their APs because older ones get reprinted!" Excuse me, any empirical data here? Any poll? A sample of, say, 1000 targeted interviews? Basic market research apart from the fact that your gaming group said so? We have anything? Bueller? Bueller? A serious company can't do a Kickstarter just to try and see if there's demand. Doing so indicates that they are unable to conduct proper market research. You're either doing a successful KS or not doing it at all, else you're damaging your market credibility. Tiny industry argument rears its ugly head again.

Above all - more than anything else, this reminds me of all those vocal folks requesting a Dragon/Dungeon magazine art book. Such book happened. It was a hardcover at 30 USD at lauch. It was a pretty fantastic book, I have it sitting on my shelf. It is now discounted at 5 USD here. With over a 1000 of them clogging up Paizo shelf space. What people ask for is not always what they are willing to shell out money for.

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I always enjoy threads like this one, where history professors, unemployed students, dermatologists, plumbers and sports store managers are all suddenly mavericks of RPG book publishing industry with innate knowledge of how the industry works, what are the preferences of the target group, how do the sales spread across product lines and just how simple it is to put a product out. :)

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Thehigher cause wrote:

I feel that there are a number of rules that need some work how about you?

One rule I find needing the be changed is damage reduction. It worked for a while but now not so much.
5/magic for low level people is good
10/magic or higher is usually nothing for players about 4th level as everybody has a magic weapon or can have or a temp one
It just not the great defensive ability it was.
3.5 rule was 5/magic, 10/+2 weapon and so on. And the weapon needed have a plus two not just 2 pluses worth. I'm not sure that is the right answer either.
thoughts?

I see you really don't like TWF. I just wonder why?

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More specifically then, no one is better qualified the the consumer to determine if the product quality was acceptable in exchange for their money.

The rules are free.

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Chances this thread turns into an argument on how things would be better if Pathfinder was an OSR ruleset: 200%.

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I think it's the Greys and CIA. Get your tinfoil out, they KNOW WHERE YOUR FAMILY LIVES.

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