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690 posts. Alias of delaneyalysa.


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Taldor

Lets say a Barbarian, uses invisibility to sneak into a group of say 18 enemies. He then attacks one of the enemies and become visible again as per the spell. Could he on his next turn activate the ring again and continue this each round?

Seems very unbalanced if he could. A spell caster at least has to cast the spell and may get hit doing it and thus lose his spell. He also may be limited in how many times he can cast it.

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Lets say a player attacks the enemy that had sneak attack. The enemy makes their attack. Next round the player decides to move out of the enemies attack thus provoking an air. Does the enemy get sneak attack damage at this time if the hit the player as the player moves away?

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If you provoke an attack of opportunity by someone with sneak attack, would you take sneak attack damage?

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Cold hard facts about Transitioning. First off the article that goes here. She is very passable. Trust me I have a female cousin who is a model that looks more male than she does.

If a male to female starts to transition before puberty usually by 12 - 13 and can stop the evil "male hormones" T as we will call them they can be as passable as any GG (Genetic Girl)Their voice does not lower, the hair on the body does not produce especially on the face, and the bones do not reshape... Yes they do reshape getting a heavier brow, thickening of the the nose, thinner lips, wider jaw, etc. Their hands do not get as masculine etc. So it makes since if someone is young to start early. I only wish I would have said something at the age of 11 instead of wating 30 more years. As it is I am passable but I have my moments and FFS (Facial Feminization Surgery would help me a ton).

Female to male do have it easier with hormones. Since their bodies have never had the "Damage" done by the horrible T hormone. It will do to a female what it does to a teen male and quickly. But as noted the bottom surgery for F2M is way behind and far more expensive.

As for the other hormone we will cal E what it can and cannot do is as follows. it does not remove facial hair. That has to be done with electrolysis. Laser helps bit laser is not perm while electrolysis is after many sessions which hurts. Laser is cake walk. It will thin the hair. it will soften the skin making it more transparent like a females, it will cause breast growth, it will redistribute fat and it can make you look more feminine but surgery is usually the answer to fix more things caused by T. You will lose muscle mass you will have weight gain and your emotions run from hot to cold in the flick of a switch. T does cause balding and anger E does not fix hair loss but can slow it. Usually with E a M2F can expect breasts 1 size smaller than a sister or a parent. In my case I am as big if not bigger which is not common and many opt for breast augmentation.

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While I stated in 1979 and was 15 years old when I did start, I had a young boy I baby sat who was 7 that I aught how to play, he started just a day or 2 after I did.

We started with the original Basic and within a month I had all the 1st ed books (3 of them)

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Cass: Furry's are people that LARP'rs Make fun of, LARP'rs are people that Gamer's make fun of
Natalie: And Gamer's are people, people make fun of

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When I screen players for our group here is what I do.

I tell them all about the group, the background of it and each person (How long each of us have played and our experiences. I explain why we are looking for people. I explain the games and type of games we play and give them a little back ground on those games. I then start asking them about themselves. How long they have played, what games they play, what style of game they like. I explain based on that more information and that we love to RP but we do have combat that we balance it. I explain that we do a meal and everyone brings an item to make that meal. If with the 30+ minute conversation or emails back and forth I feel they might be a fit, I send them the group forum address which has rules for the group (drinking, smoking, hygiene, etc)If I hear back from them we try them out. Everyone has a 7 game trial period that either they or we can end at anytime if we don't see a good fit.

In this it is hard to find good players but when we find them, they rock and become great additions. We take our gaming seriously. He have had to many ruin it by being munchies (eats the food but does not contribute), not letting the group know they will or will not be there until just before game, getting drunk or showing up drunk and being disruptive.

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Liked it not nearly as funny as 1 or 2, but I liked it. I like Cass at least Cass at the start don't like card games. But I have many reasons, he just feels card games are below him. Watch Cass grow as a person

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Funny we wrote in 2/4, 4/2, 3/4, 6/8, 7/8, and yes some mixed 4/4, with 3/4 etc. Dream Theater and other Prog Metal does this a lot. They break away from the Bon Jovi, Motley Crue, Poison 4/4

One of the first riffs I wrote was 7/8 took me YEARS to find a drummer that could handle it and know what to do with it. Funny that drummer was one I worked with long before that and he could not grasp it, then one day after we had started working together again he got it. I was asked SO many times how do you do you play that riff. I would never tell. I actually used that riff variation in a lot of stuff I was writing when I left the band.

The song was done in drop D on the 6th string and then 7/8 timing. it was very dark and very fast without being speed metal or thrash. It was pure on Prog.

Last time I picked up a guitar I remembered how to play it but my chops were so off I wanted to cry. I miss playing in bands

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So I've been a metal head since the Late 70's starting with the Godfathers of Metal Black Sabbath. I jumped to hard Blues rock like Aerosmith then to the Real fathers of metal Judas Priest. While in HS a class mate told me about Iron Maiden and I got Number of the Beast which had just been released when I graduated. Not long after I got into Saxon and went to my first metal concert in 1983 to see the British metal Onslaught of Iron Maiden, Saxon and Fastway.

It was not long before I had over 500 albums of nothing but metal, most being pop metal bands like Dokken, the Scorpions, UFO, Y&T and then obscure bands like Tsunamie, RAIL and many more.

I started playing my guitar more bought a ton of equipment from Gibson les Paul, to a guitar that was refereed to my Neo-Space Age Explorer, to Yamaha, to my babb which was a Charvel Jackson model 2 and my Charvel DX series. I got keyboards, bass guitars, drum machines, and my amps a Peavey VTM 120 1/2 stack and my Marshall JCM 800 100 watt on a Peavey Sheffield 4X12 stereo cab.

I started off as a guitarist that did backing vocals and keyboards and the ability to play bass if needed and then latter became a lead singer guitar player and playing up and down the front range of Colorado at places like Bangles, After the Gold Rush, Pure Energy, Tanz, AJ's, The Armory, The Dark Room, Alibi's, Castaways and a few others. We got regular airplay on Original music hour on KBPI and the now defunct KAZY and on KILO. KILO even featured us in a 30 minute spot and interview. As an all original band we made little money but had great rewards. In many ways the sound of the music was like Maiden meets Dream Theater, Meets Metallica (Though I am far from a Metallica fan our bass player was)

While I am not playing in bands in more (Marriage and family life and a spouse that got jealous because you got asked out and hit on all the time by other musicians and fans put an end to playing. I tried to get back in to music a few years ago but found that my idea's, wants and needs did not mesh up with everyone elses in the state I live in.

I am still a huge Iron Maiden fan, as well as my Priest, But I really get into Kamelot (My drummer was great friends with Casey before my drummer past away from a brain tumor). Within Temptaion and Nightwish and Xandia are in my favs as well. But recently my BF turned me onto Battlebeast with their new singer and I'm really enjoying that band as well as his favorite UDO and old UDO Accept.

I don't make it to concerts much the last was Kamelot and Nightwish and it was the show Annette missed and was let go a few nights later from. I wanted to go see Kamelot and Delain but funds have not allowed me to go. Though I may get tickets at the last moment

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67. Well you see it's a long story. My party and I had this ogre killing agenda/Policy. It didn't matter what the ogres did, if they were good or bad, we killed them all the same no matter what. Well long story short in 1 fight I got smashed by a bunch of ogres and my friends were more than happy to have be reincarnated. And well... guess what? As fate or maybe karma would have it, I came back as an Ogre and all of them wanted to kill me even though I was on their side.

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58. The Paladin found out I was a courtesan and we broke up.
59. I love my horse more than anything (Cavalier and the party was starving)
60. he cleric is really into S&M

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ROLL Player or ROLE Player? There is a difference.

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The 8th Dwarf wrote:
There is a good iO9 article on same sex marriages being allowed by the early church right up until the 13th Century... I can't link it as I am on my phone.

LINK

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Well betting odds
Grandfather on mothers side was 63 4 Heart attacks
Grandmother 1 day short of 95 - Old Age
Grandfather of my father 72 Cancer and 5 heart attacks got him
grandmother 89 - Old age and diabetes
Moms eldest brother 63 brain tumor
Moms next eldest Heart exploded (Yes really)
Moms sister 63 - everything failed
Moms youngest brother 63 Heart Attack
Dads family mostly in their 60's heart attack,lupis, heart attack, heart atack

So I figure IF i'm lucky I'll make my 70's if not 63 seems to be the magic number

I do ride my bike when possible and was getting 18 miles 3X a day (Covering other workers shifts so can't until Aug) Plus I hike when possible, drink only on occasion, eat lots of fruit not enough veggies, avoid coffee and drink 1 pop maybe once a month with a pizza and OD on dark chocolate

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I started playing WoT about 3 weeks ago. Love the game and got my BF hooked. It has a few things that just don't make since like how tough the Non-existent never made but designed French Tanks are. And how a 105 round bounces off tanks even when hitting in the weakest point not to mention shooting through Rocks and buildings and Seeing a tank shoot and it vanishes before your eyes even though it was not moving and the round misses even though it should have been Dead on. But I do enjoy the game for the most part. I loves a good tank game and this is he best out right now for simulation. To bad WOA is not as good as Warbirds or others. I find the planes hand squirrely with a joystick and sluggish with a mouse and then not having proper controls and cockpit makes it very disorienting and arvade like

MWO I have tried, and tried and tied and it just does not compute. I've had the smallest mech take out the Biggest mech and not even hurt them. I find MWO very frustationg

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Is there a PF book that deals with random magic things happening kind of like Wild magic in past D&D games?

An area where a spell could go haywire and do something bad or really good.

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I am totally surprised no one said Mount and Blade.

This is an FANTASTIC set of games historically based and very fun to play. To date there have been 3 installments that I know of and M&B II in the works.

It is very inexpensive.

I'd say try it because to date this is one of the best hands down Historical based games

Mount and BladeTale Worlds

EDIT: Correction... Four. Mount and Blade Napoleon Wars which is Multi Player and looks fun

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Oh I did. I played a Cleric named Brothur (Brother) Portillies. He spoke in a very heavy Irish accent. He could best be described as a "Friar Tuck" type. He loved to eat and drink and cook and talk about his goddess the Earth Mother who giveth and taketh away. She giveth this day our daily bread and it is our job to till her ground and take care of her plants to feed the poor starved children and less fortunate.

Yes he was very religious, cared not for violence until pushed and loved to talk and try to convert others to his goddess path or to at least see her wisdom and ways

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Visit all 50 states for at least 2 weeks each. Visit Europe on a year long trip

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Don't play PFS sorry. I find that my 8 hour every other weekend is more than enough. More than that and I get burned out and don't get to do the other things I love

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Not part of the Lodge but I'm in NoCo (Loveland/Ft Collins) Name is Delaney

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Raukus Baukus wrote:
I'm a 3.5 DM with a regular group of players in Greeley, but I rarely get to play a character because my friends don't enjoy DM'ing. I'm looking for group of adults I can join as a player. My e-mail address is kanorky@hotmail.com

If you play Pathfinder my group is looking for another player or two. We are in north Loveland and play every other week. We have 2 DM's

Let me know if your interested and we can talk details

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We are looking for a couple of players for our group. We have lost some do to job relocation.

We play every other Saturday in North Loveland from 2PM to 10ish and always have an awesome meal.

The group is very mature with over 100 years of combine experience

If your interested let me know. It's a great group that loves good RP and fun

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Stopped watching a couple weeks ago. To my BF and it it failed. Sci-Fi Western is the best way to call it.

The Rich mine owner just like the wealthy guy in a western who really runs the town

The mayor who is wishy washy

The Pimp/Hooker reminds me of the slutty saloon girl

The rebel aliens. The bandits or natives that run rampant

Then you add the wealthy elves who are so underhanded. Almost like the mob or bad guys of the town.

Only the sheriff who like all other westerns is the drifter who they make the law because he fits the bill and is the best fit.

Yup done with the show

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In my home brew world no one worships just one deity. Even clerics pay homage to the other deities. Clerics may focus on one in particular but it is the power of ALL that gods that they get their spells and powers from not just one.

I look at it like the Norse. No one worshiped just one deity. And to pay homage to Loki would bring disaster on that person, but you best pay homage to him or else disaster will also strike you.

On Golarion I think it is up to the DM to say yes or no.

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I've played the "racist" character before. It was a one time thing but I played one.

She was human, of noble birth, who say her mother brutally rapped in front of her eyes when she was very young and then killed in a horrific manner by non human raiders. She was of privilege and from the start of the game she harbored a very strong dislike to all none humans.

She had a low wisdom as as she leveled I put points in her Wis not her core scores of St or Dex or Con as a fighter. By doing this she softened to none humans and began to understand them and not blame all of them for this horrible mis-deed she saw. In time she learned to care about them too.

To me this made it more realistic as you can learn not to hate or have a dislike for something

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Bitter Thorn wrote:
IceniQueen wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
IceniQueen wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
Well, my worry with Texas is mostly from a legal standpoint. To change your gender in the eyes of the state, it takes a thousand dollars, a good lawyer, and the right judge.

I gather that Trinidad CO is a significant location for reassignment surgery. I have no idea how challenging the legal side is. I'd ask my TS pool friends, but I haven't seen them in months.

If you'd like me to ask around and do research, I can.

NOT ANYMORE :-( Marcie moved her practice to San Fran and works closely with Dr O who does FFS. She still has people in Trinidad, but the hospital there wanted more money and more other at her expence. they wanted her to raise cost on the SRS/GRS and lower OBGYN costs when she had OBGYN costs a little higher to try and help supplement the SRS/GRS.

It was a SAD day for those of us close to her that are TS

Damn. I had no idea. When did that happen?
About 2 years ago sadly :-(
We seem to be running a lot of businesses out of Colorado. :(

Well some I say Good bye to, others not. The one that just bailed because of gun laws I say good bye to. I'm a gun owner, love to shoot, but having background checks is OK with me. I already have to go through more background checks to get a job, to rent or buy a house, buy a car, get a loan, get a CC, etc. So why not guns? My view is let them go to Texas.

As for Marci she really wanted to stay and many wanted her to. She wants to come back but finding a hospital that would take her and allow her to run how she wanted to is not easy. Many of us would love to see her operate out of Ft Collins or Denver but Denver is not likely and Poudre Valley is now part of a huge network of hospitals called University of Colorado Health part of University Hospital in Denver. Both PVH and UCH are always in the top of best hospitals in the country

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Bitter Thorn wrote:
IceniQueen wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

Colorado seems pretty reasonable about this according to this site. It may be a while before I can talk to anyone with experience in this regard.

Colorado will change both name and sex, and will issue a new birth certificate rather than amend the old one.

To do a name change takes time. You pay a filing fee I think of $25, then run an add in the paper of the town you live in which is about $35, Once this is done you have to pay the court costs which is not that bad I think it was $75 when I did it 7 years ago, then another filing feel after all is done. All in all it was pretty cheap.

The state you are born in is the state you have to do the gender change on the BC for. If your born in Colorado you can do it once you have surgery and have a dr letter. You Can however change your Driver Licence which just requires a dr letter saying that you are living full time in the gender you chose.

3 States will NOT allow you to change gender no matter what. Tennessee, Idaho and I think it is Ohio

I tend to think of Colorado as a pretty TS friendly state from a legal stand point. Would you agree that is still true?

Yes, Colorado is very TS friendly in parts that is. Ft Collins, Loveland are great, Greeley is OK, Longmont OK, Boulder Great, Most f Denver is very good to great, Colorado Springs has a huge community but they also have a VERY religious Anti GLBT community (Focus on the family, remember them and the leader was even in a gay relationship). Pueblo not really sure i think it is OK, Trinidad is still good thanks to Beiber and Bowers. I cannot say much for Ft Morgan, Sterling, Brush, Yuma, they are not so good. La Junta and Lamar are poor, Grand Junction is OK to good. The front range tends to be the best spot and is not as conservative.

Colorado was also the first state even before the feds to enact an anti-Discrimination law for the GLBTI community and Gov Hick is pretty forward and wanting equal rights. We do have domestic partnership (Not as good as same sex, but better than not.) I think if Prop 8 is over turned you will see Colorado over turn their same sex marriage laws that prevent.

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Bitter Thorn wrote:
IceniQueen wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
Well, my worry with Texas is mostly from a legal standpoint. To change your gender in the eyes of the state, it takes a thousand dollars, a good lawyer, and the right judge.

I gather that Trinidad CO is a significant location for reassignment surgery. I have no idea how challenging the legal side is. I'd ask my TS pool friends, but I haven't seen them in months.

If you'd like me to ask around and do research, I can.

NOT ANYMORE :-( Marcie moved her practice to San Fran and works closely with Dr O who does FFS. She still has people in Trinidad, but the hospital there wanted more money and more other at her expence. they wanted her to raise cost on the SRS/GRS and lower OBGYN costs when she had OBGYN costs a little higher to try and help supplement the SRS/GRS.

It was a SAD day for those of us close to her that are TS

Damn. I had no idea. When did that happen?

About 2 years ago sadly :-(

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Bitter Thorn wrote:

Colorado seems pretty reasonable about this according to this site. It may be a while before I can talk to anyone with experience in this regard.

Colorado will change both name and sex, and will issue a new birth certificate rather than amend the old one.

To do a name change takes time. You pay a filing fee I think of $25, then run an add in the paper of the town you live in which is about $35, Once this is done you have to pay the court costs which is not that bad I think it was $75 when I did it 7 years ago, then another filing feel after all is done. All in all it was pretty cheap.

The state you are born in is the state you have to do the gender change on the BC for. If your born in Colorado you can do it once you have surgery and have a dr letter. You Can however change your Driver Licence which just requires a dr letter saying that you are living full time in the gender you chose.

3 States will NOT allow you to change gender no matter what. Tennessee, Idaho and I think it is Ohio

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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Christopher Anthony wrote:

Having lived in Colorado for most of my life, I can heartily recommend the Fort Collins/Loveland/Boulder area. Lots to do, great restaurants, and low cost of living. It's a college area, so there's plenty of job openings in the summer and an abundant, affordable rental market. People there are quite accepting and you can find a lot of likeminded individuals to hang out with.

I would caution against Colorado Springs as it is the most conservative area in Colorado and not known for its tolerance. Denver can be pretty hit-or-miss, depending on where you end up. I'd also stay away from Aurora as it's grown increasingly crime-ridden these last few years.

Boulder has a low cost of living?

NO Boulder is pricy very pricy. While Ft Collins is not cheap, Loveland which many lump into Ft Collins is very cheap. I have a 1300 sq ft apartment with a garage no one above me or below me washer/dryer 2 bed room for less than $700 a month in north Loveland

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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
Well, my worry with Texas is mostly from a legal standpoint. To change your gender in the eyes of the state, it takes a thousand dollars, a good lawyer, and the right judge.

I gather that Trinidad CO is a significant location for reassignment surgery. I have no idea how challenging the legal side is. I'd ask my TS pool friends, but I haven't seen them in months.

If you'd like me to ask around and do research, I can.

NOT ANYMORE :-( Marcie moved her practice to San Fran and works closely with Dr O who does FFS. She still has people in Trinidad, but the hospital there wanted more money and more other at her expence. they wanted her to raise cost on the SRS/GRS and lower OBGYN costs when she had OBGYN costs a little higher to try and help supplement the SRS/GRS.

It was a SAD day for those of us close to her that are TS

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Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
The coast is my preference, but I'm not refusing other areas. I lived in Aurora, Colorado for a few years. How similar to that is Ft. Collins?

Ft Collins does not have as much Hustle and Bustle and Violence as Aurora. Ft Collins is very diverse, less traffic, you can do anything here that you can do there and if you cannot, Denver is 1 hour away on a bad day of traffic. Ft Collins is very bike friendly meaning we have bike paths and trails every where AND we have over 15 Micro Brews just in Ft Collins and a cider bar (New Belgium, O'dells... NOT Odouls, Equinox, Patarus Creek, Ft Collins Brewery, Coppersmiths, C.B. and Potts. Loveland has Grimms, Big Beaver, Loveland Ale Works, Twisted Pine distillary). Loveland (5 miles south) has another 5+ and a distillary

You can get to the mountains faster in Ft Collins and we have a ton of great hiking trails.

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Portland very LGBT friendly but not easy to get jobs. Across the river Vancouver, WA same also cheaper to live in per friends that live there.

Seattle NOT Cheap

Boston. Might as well live in Hollywood as it is costly.

To bad you want the coast i'd suggest Ft Collins, CO. We have a very friendly LGBT community a nice pride fest, jobs, cost of living in Loveland (5 miles south) is cheap and still lots of jobs and while Ft Collins is higher it is still cheaper than any of those other places by a long shot. And less than 15 minutes from the mountains and great hiking. Always rated in the top places to live. Colorado is also the fittest state and least amount of obesity (That is because we spend a lot of time outdoors). OH and a game group that is looking for 1 to 2 new people.

We have CSU, AIMS, Front Range Community, UNC all within 30 minutes of each other. CU is 45 minutes south

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James Durbin doing Uprising The original Muse

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Orthos wrote:
Yeah I don't notice an appreciable difference. It's not an immersion breaker for me regardless.

WOW it's as simple to see as a Driver driving an English car in England and a driver driving an American car in America. You notice right away which side the steering wheel is on.

To me it was as easy to spot as the nose on my face when I look in a mirror, But then again I shoot bows. I also have fenced, done SCA, done stage fighting with staves, swords and shields and thrown tomahawks.

It is as noticable as a laugh track in a TV comedy sitcom and some find that annoying. I find this annoying because it is ALL wrong and I expect more from PJ

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Here This is what I am referring to, compare

OR Yet another example

Or Front on

THIS is how it should be, not the way Lily is holding it in the photo

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IceniQueen wrote:

OK Fan boys and girls... Look at this picture in this link and tell me WHAT is wrong? yes it is loaded with WRONG

This is ALL Wrong

I guess no one here shots a bow. First off the way it is held. Yould not hold the bow that way no matter who you are and draw the way she is. Next, while holding the bow with your Left arm and drawing with the right arm, the arrow would NOT go over the outside and the thump, but would be on the inside resting on the meaty part that connects to the index finger.

If we continue to her it is SO photoshop/green screen. You can see how she does not blend in properly with the background. Anyone that has done editing can see it as plan as day.

When I saw the trailer and I saw her jump I had to cringe, It looks worse than many games of today.

But anyway, shoot a bow like she is. No matter how good you are, you'll either miss BAD or hurt yourself.

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OK Fan boys and girls... Look at this picture in this link and tell me WHAT is wrong? yes it is loaded with WRONG

This is ALL Wrong

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The game is to take a headline and story that is real into a funny false headline and story

Here is the real one,

ANGERY BEAVER ATTACKS RUSSIAN MAN

Here is the false one

BEIBER ATTACKS IN BELARUS
OSTROMECHEVO, Belarus -- The fan wanted her photo shot with the Beiber. The Beiber had other ideas: He attacked the 60-year-old woman with razor-sharp teeth, slicing an artery and causing her to bleed to death.

It was the most serious in a string of Beiber attacks on fans in Belarus, as the pop-star has turned increasingly aggressive when confronted by fans after wandering near homes, shops and schools.

"The character of the wound was totally shocking for us medical professionals," recalled village doctor Leonty Sulim. "We had never run into anything like this before."

The fan, who has not been named at the request of her family, was driving with friends toward the Shestakovskoye lake, west of the capital, Minsk, when she spotted the Beiber along the side of the road and stopped the car. As she tried to grab the pop-star, he bit her several times. One of the bites hit a major artery in the leg, according to Sulim.

The woman's friends were unable to stop the blood from spouting, and she was pronounced dead when she arrived at Sulim's clinic in the village of Ostromechevo.
She is the only person known to have died from a Beiber attack in Belarus.

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This could be interesting.

This fall on NBC Dracula

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Sister Sin doing 24/7 Original By Accept

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The group that did Dorkness rising first film was call The Gamers not Gamers... The Gamers

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So if you don't like BBT does that mean you do not like The Gamers or Dorkness rising? It really makes fun of gamers and points them in a stereotypical way.

Personally I love The Gamers and Dorkness rising,. Why? Because I've meet players just like them, just like I have meet people like in BBT

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The Gamers and Dorkness Rising. We cannot forget these two.

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Freehold DM wrote:
IceniQueen wrote:

Total War: Shogun, Shogun 2, Rome, Medieval, Medieval 2, Empire. And waiting eagerly for Rome 2

Everything else comes and goes. But I might say the Civ Games, or Sid Meiers Pirates, Mass Effect 1 - 3

not just yeah. F!%~ yeah. Provided you can get them to f!+$ing WORK.

Also...

Mechwarrior 2 and up, vampire bloodlines, star wars x wing vs tie fighter.

Never had a problem getting them to work. Everyone of them has worked since release date for me. Though I cannot say the same for NNW2. Ran into a game ending bug and said screw it.

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Total War: Shogun, Shogun 2, Rome, Medieval, Medieval 2, Empire. And waiting eagerly for Rome 2

Everything else comes and goes. But I might say the Civ Games, or Sid Meiers Pirates, Mass Effect 1 - 3

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I have to say last nights The love Potion was epic. Simon doing the tree with Nick Cages voices (Near spot on) Then the old man as Al Pacino (Funny) But the best... Him doing a dragon in Christopher Walkens voice (I had to listen to it 3X just because it was SO good and SO funny hearing a dragon as CW)

It was an awesome episode, and fun to see a DM use voice characters. though DD was never played like they played it, even 4th ed which I never played.

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