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According to Liz Courts, there are plans to do paper minis for Carrion Crown. I don't know WHEN those will be in the works. If you don't use paper minis, that news isn't much good to you. I'm hoping that they get started SOON!

I have not heard any plans regarding Wizkids minis for Carrion Crown.


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Not quite a change, but I have asked my players to write down 30 d20 rolls in order and give them to me. While they are in Harrowstone, these are their Skill checks and Saves.

They have an idea of what they rolled, but they are not sure where in the list they are. It adds to the tension in the prison because I simply ask for their modifiers, rather than rolls. When they walked through a cold spot, one of them couldn't figure out why everyone else was getting chilly, then they got hit with the damage! *evil grin*


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Kradlum wrote:
j b 200 wrote:
ok, listing doesn't say that anymore. I was very sad, since I buy every single one of the Pathfinder Tales books for my kindle
Do you read it as a PDF? This is my first Pathfinder fiction as I got it through the Kickstarter. I got the paperback and the download, but I find the PDF is just too small to read on my kindle.

You can use a free program called Calibre to convert the ePub to .MOBI format and read it on your kindle just like all the other books you buy on/through the Kindle.

@John Kretzer:

The Vishov kids are...:
a 13 year old boy and a 16 year old girl.


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I was also wondering where the maps went. I guess I could always pull out the map pack and just take a look at them, but that would require me walking ALL THE WAY down a full flight of stairs into my basement then finding the physical map among 8. It's SO MUCH EASIER if you just get the picture posted on the blog for me. ;) *Sigh* First World Problems.

When James Jacobs mentioned Lovecraft stuff, I automatically assumed that Gugs would be in there. We already know from Called to Darkness that Gugs dwell in Orv. They are shepherds of a sort!

I wonder if I could run a group of players through Emerald Spire, and then have them move (with a new set of related characters) into Fire Mountain Games' Throne of Darkness AP? I'll have to take a look at book 1 again.


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Aaron Bitman wrote:

Thanks, TarSpartan. I had been wondering what was supposed to be so funny about "Pancreas". Now I know.

(Don't get me wrong. I've enjoyed many Weird Al-bums. But "Pancreas" left me scratching my head.)

Al stated on his FAQ that he thinks the funniest body part is the Pancreas. Yes, "Pancreas" is about the function of the pancreas. It is also one of the best songs on the album.

My favorite line from the song is, "My pancreas attracts every other pancreas in the universe with a force proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the distance between them."

Physics!:
The force of Gravity= the Universal Gravitational constant* the product of the masses of the two objects/ the square of the distance between them.


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I'm GM'ing Carrion Crown. We are about halfway through book 1 and I've read the whole AP. I'm not trying to spoil the AP for you, but if you play a bard, don't give up Bardic Knowledge. Knowledge skills (all of them) and Diplomacy are very important in this campaign.


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Color me intrigued.


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For an old school feel without any conversion, you could take a look at Frog God Games' catalog.

Slumbering Tsar is a massive sandboxy dungeon.

Rappan Athuk is all dungeon, all the time (and also quite deadly).

Razor Coast is a giant pirate sandbox.

From old 3.5 stuff: My group had a lot of fun going through Barrow of the Forgotten King, The Sinister Spire and Fortress of the Yuan-Ti, but we did that all under the old 3.5 rules.


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One of my best friends picked it up day 1 and he had a lot of good things to say about it, especially about Word Crimes.

@TarSpartan: Yeah, I've been an Al fan since I heard Even Worse around age 8. I still have the original LP at my parent's house!

I agree that the style Parody's were better on Alpocalypse than the actual song parodies, but I think that is partly because I am not really enjoying the current crop of pop music.


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I love Weird Al! I wasn't too crazy about his last album, Alpocalypse, but Straight out of Lynnwood is phenomenal!

I'm not sure when you were in college, but Weird Al nearly stopped recording back in the 90's. Then around 1993 or 1994 he recorded a song called Smells Like Nirvana and the record company gave him a new record deal based on that song alone. Since then, he's been releasing an album about every other year.


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I am currently reading this book and just got past this chapter. I'm enjoying it quite a bit! I am looking forward to the accompanying web fiction, too.

...

There WILL be web fiction, right?


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Congratulations! I agree, these are beautiful books. Sometimes I pull them out just to flip through and enjoy the artwork!


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Yay! I get the book! Now I want stretch goals! I want to see the hidden stretch goals.


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Thanael wrote:
Got a link for -Light of a Distant Star by Bill Ward ?

Sure! Light of a Distant Star. It's ePub only. If that's no good for you, you can get all 6 chapters as part of the Shattered Star AP, but that will cost you a lot more than just the ePub.

You can find it along with all currently published web fiction and AP fiction under Short Fiction.


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Chuck Wright wrote:
OK. The thing is that people can change their address on the survey until you lock them down. :) So there's no point it waiting until the last moment to send them out. (You just check a box that allows people to update their survey information after they've filled it out when you send out the surveys).

Green Ronin isn't the only company that is following the "wait until ready to ship" to send out Kickstarter Surveys.

I honestly think it's a good idea. Because I recently moved and it took me some time to send out address updates to all the Kickstarters that I have supported but have not been fulfilled yet. When I emailed one of them, the response was essentially, "Thanks for the update, but we haven't sent out the surveys yet." My thought response was, "Huh. That's awesome! At some point I'll get a survey and they will get my most up-to-date address."


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DeathBecomesus wrote:

Greetings

I know many at Paizo enjoy Lovecraft stories
I am told Carrion Crown AP has some Lovecraft themes

My question
Any novels that connect to this Carrion Crown theme?
OR just any novels with "Lovecraft" feel?

OR
Any Pathfinder Novels that take place primarily in Ustalav?

Thanks for any suggestions

Carrion Crown DOES have some Lovecraft themes in it. If you are just looking for more Ustalav, check out:

-Prince of Wolves by Dave Gross - Takes place in Ustalav
-Guilty Blood by F. Wesley Schneider - Takes place in Ustalav
-The Crusader Road by Michael Stackpole - Main characters are Ustalavic (I'm still reading this one)

Novels with Lovecraftian stuff in them? There are currently no novels that scream "Lovecraft!" with mind warping enthusiasm. Also, I will admit that I am not familiar enough with Lovecraft's actual writing to comment as well as I would like on the "feel." However, I have read all the Tales so far, and here's what I have read that has what I would consider Lovecraft elements:

-Called to Darkness by Richard Lee Byers - Journey goes into the Darklands, some Lovecraft creatures are encountered
-Light of a Distant Star by Bill Ward - I can't say why without giving away the whole story. It just feels Lovecraftian in a couple different ways.
-Liar's Blade by Tim Pratt - This is probably the least "Lovecraftian" on the list, but it's a darn good story. People and things get killed by tentacles, one of the characters has some strangeness about them.


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fine_young_misanthrope wrote:
I want me some Aboleths!

Take a look at Called to Darkness


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I love me some Rogue Genius Games products! This sounds like it will fit in nicely with a recently announced upcoming Adventure Path!

No promises, but I will take a look at my gaming budget as see where it will fit in...


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The kickstarter is less than $700 from funding. I'd love to see it pass some stretch goals!

Also, there has been an addition since I last looked at the Kickstarter page on Friday. Now all backers get a module called "Jack and the Beanstalk." I wonder if it will be able to slot into the Giantslayer AP somewhere, similar to Legendary Games' AP Plug-In line? That would be awesome!


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I watched all of Season 1 via streaming over the course of 2 nights. I enjoyed it very much! I found Philip to be the most sympathetic character in Season 1. Once Season 2 is free to stream, I'll watch that one too.


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Let's get those stretch goals! I want those music files! And all the other stuff! Spells! Illustrations! Color! Stories! My name written in the sky! Dice! Games! Screens! Coffee!

Okay, so some of those probably aren't strech goals. I can dream, though! Some of them are, stretch goals, though, and I look forward to seeing us meet them!


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Piccolo wrote:

Hello,

In the aforementioned adventure, xp is rewarded for researching the background of the plot. Each level of DC is awarded experience.

What I want to know is, do I just reward xp for ONE roll, or is it cumulative should they try again to research?

For example, on the 5 Prisoners, you get 100 xp for a dc 15 check, and 200 xp for a dc 20 check. Say the party rolls a 25, does that mean I grant the information in both checks and award 300 xp? Or do they have to roll two separate checks to get all 300 xp?

Second, does the xp go to just one player, the researcher, or does it go to the whole party?

Third, how long does it take to make these checks? I know there's a limited amount of game time the players have before something disastrous happens.

Fourth, what Knowledge should the players be rolling to get all this information? History maybe?

I am currently running this adventure.

First: Carefully reread pages 15-17 of the adventure. It's okay, I'll wait here. Done? Good. I'm putting the rest of this in a Spoiler Tag.

Spoilers:

First: Make sure that the PC's know that they can get bonuses to their research by going to different places for the research. If you are using the trust mechanic, make sure that they have enough trust to get into those libraries.

NOTE: I have been very liberal with giving out trust for stuff outside of what's listed in the adventure. If they do jobs for the townpeople, they earn trust.

XP Question: Like Wraithstrike said, if they get a 24 on their knowledge check (allow Aid Another if they ask for it and the Aiding character has the relevant knowledge skill.) then they get 350XP (200XP for DC 20, 100XP for DC 15, 50XP for DC 10). In my group all XP is split evenly all the time (unless someone does a story related side adventure). Also, note that each of the 5 Prisoners is a separate DC 25 check worth 400 XP. I have asked my players to declare who they are researching before rolling.

TIME: I have been ruling that they can make one check a day (8 hours of work).

WHAT KNOWLEDGE SKILL?: This should have been covered by rereading pages 15-17. Each area of research can be researched using either of two knowldege skills. For instance: Harrowstone can be researched using Knowledge (history) or Knowledge (local). Regarding Aid Another: For my group, When researching Harrowstone: I will allow someone with ranks in Knowledge (history) to Aid Another even if the character doing the main check is using her Knowledge (local) skill for the check.

I hope I covered all your questions. I have flagged the thread to be moved over to the Carrion Crown AP discussion forum.


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@AaW: I just reread my post and my tone makes it sound like I have a bee in my bonnet. :( I don't, though. Communication has been very good on the RotD Kickstarter. I know WHY I don't have my copy yet, and I am patient.

My statement about not getting my hardcover copy yet was meant to contrast the fact that I'm pledging for a Snow White hardcover on faith in the quality.

I've only been mildly disappointed in one hardcover gaming product I have bought.Even with that one, the contents were so amazing that I overlook the fact that the cover is less durable than my old college textbooks (some of which I still have and even still read!).

@EZG: Although I love living in the US, I think it would be awesome to be stationed in Germany, so that I could game with you and provide a "within the US" mailing address for the Kickstarters you support.


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My players just entered Harrowstone, they have not encountered any of the key players in it yet. I'm excited to see how everything runs. The party is, shall we say, less than optimal for this type of adventure (Fighter, Monk, Alchemist, Inquisitor/Gunslinger).


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$6000 away from funding in less than 24 hours. This may not fund in 24 hours, but it looks like it will fund before the end of the weekend (if not before the weekend)!

I haven't received my Rise of the Drow Hardcover yet. I pledged at a level to get everything I want (including add ons). I'm taking it on the faith that the Hardcover will be quality! I know that the Kickstarter hasn't reached all the add ons yet, but now I don't have to change my pledge later.


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I think I'm backer number 15. I'm not sure. The numbers are going up fast! Either way, I'm an early bird!


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Technotrooper wrote:
Sounds great. What time do you anticipate the Kickstarter going live today? Thanks.

Keep your eyes peeled! It goes live at... I don't know, but I'm hoping I can get in on the early supporter rewards!

I am quite excited about this one! I supported Rise of the Drow (which Wow'ed me) and now that I've read EZG's and Meghan Robertson's reviews, I'm planning to support this one.


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Thor's Nuts! What a Pandora's box I opened up there!

Fromper wrote:
Fromper wrote:
Drock11 wrote:
With the quote shenanigans in this thread aside is anybody else starting to like the irony in how Belker is slowly developing into the only sane person in the group, especially when it comes to vampire Durkon?
Yup. He was trying to fake character growth, and now he might walk into real character growth accidentally.

I'd just like to point out that I wrote that just a few hours before the new strip was posted, where Belkar says:

Quote:

People don't just change who they are inside in an instant. It doesn't work like that. It takes time, so you don't even know you're changing.

Until one day, you're just a little bit different than you used to be and you can't even tell what the hell happened.

Definitely a double meaning situation, of Belkar talking about both Durkon and himself at the same time.

I'm not right all the time, but when I am, it seems to usually be about Belkar for some reason.

There's an easy explanation for this: Fromper IS Belkar! DUNH Dunh dunh!


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That is a really nice setup! Please let us know how everything went!


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Fromper wrote:
Irnk, Dead-Eye's Prodigal wrote:
Caineach wrote:
Fromper wrote:
strayshift wrote:

"I'll go... uh... check on Mr Scruffy."

Sinister?

Yeah, that struck me as a bluff check, where nobody was paying enough attention to bother making a sense motive roll. Guaranteed he's stalking the vampire.
it struck me as "the best way I can help is by being out of the way"
Possibly. Just reread it & I noticed that he's kind of looking directly at Durkula as he's saying it. I suspect that Fromper & strayshift might be on to something...
Either we're totally right, or Belkar really is just worried about the vampire eating his cat. :P

Or it's both. Also, the nesting quotes are starting to look like either a pit or a pyramid, depending upon how my eyes look at it.


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Gentle Giant, it sounds like you folks have got this down to a science!

Hangout can handle two cameras if you have two local computers on the hangout (From Gentle Giant's post, it looks like Skype supports this as well). Let me make that clearer (please note, I cannot get to your pics from work, so I'm making a lot of assumptions):
Assuming 1 GM, 4 local players (A-D) and one distant player (E):
Player A invites players B and E to the hangout and uses webcam 1.
Player B connects to the hangout using webcam 2 and mutes his mic.
Player E connects to the hangout using her home computer.

All the players in the hangout can see what all 3 webcams see. The only limitation on Hangout is that you need to "touch" it every once in a while. If you just leave the computer it will "time out" and hand up that one computer. It does give you a little alarm first, but if you simply click something in the window every 30 minutes or so, it will never be a problem.

Also, in the above scenario, Players A, B and E all need Google+ accounts which are free and you don't need to do anything more with them.


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DeathQuaker wrote:

Generally that is the solution, MOu53b41t (I am not going to try to hand type that name again), but the issue with some of the flip mats that are connected to scenarios, is they are fairly complex maps. I wouldn't actually want to draw the Everflame dungeon by hand if I didn't have to.

It just takes more prep time too. Sometime that is nice to save especially new GMs when possible. But few Paizo products are new-GM friendly.

Yeah, it's more prep time if you have to draw out your map, but it's worth the prep time if you can get it done beforehand. I'm running Carrion Crown: The Haunting of Harrowstone right now and I used a roll of Gaming Paper to pre-draw the map of Harrowstone. It's one of the best decisions I have made in terms of spending prep time! I hate redrawing maps.


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That would be a really BIG set of paper minis! But... I would very possibly purchase them.

I know for a fact that some kickstarter supporters got plastic minis for this dungeon (because I have them). They were repaints/reimaginings of previously produced prepainted plastic minis. However, there were only 10 or so of them, so a paper mini set would be a great boon to this mega-module.


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Moved discussion here out of the Nightblade thread.

Chris A. Jackson wrote:
Itchy wrote:

-Pirate's Honor?

I'm not sure on that last one. See above about that being a foggy period of time...

Well, if you're still fuzzy on that one, catch up quickly. Pirate's Promise will be out in December!

;-)

I know! I was actually fuzzy about whether I read Pirate's Honor during the sleep deprived fugue that I existed in for the first 6 months of my daughter's life, or if I read it before then.

What I KNOW for SURE is that I have loaned Pirate's Honor out to multiple folks as one of the "introduction to Pathfinder Tales" books. I enjoyed it that much! Sooooooo... I am eagerly anticipating getting this book in my dishwater-soaked hands!


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Ross Byers wrote:
Kenabres is the city. Mendev is the country.

Thank you! That's what I get for not doing due diligence and checking the Pathfinder Wiki before posting from memory like that.

I do need to make time to reread the Pathfinder Tales books that I read in that foggy time when I was up every night to bottlefeed my daughter. That would be:

-Song of the Serpent
-City of the Fallen Sky
-Nightglass
-King of Chaos
-Pirate's Honor?

I'm not sure on that last one. See above about that being a foggy period of time...


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I also am eagerly anticipating this novel in my grubby little hands.

O_o

*Washes hands*

I also am eagerly anticipating this novel in my clean little hands.


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My group uses this when one of us (usually me) can't make it to the week's session. We use Google Hangout because Skype tends to freeze up on us (both programs are free, so pick one and go). You'll want a webcam that you can move around and some kind of stand for it (we use a pint glass). That's all you really need. I would strongly recommend doing a test run with the distant person prior to the session. It will help you work out any bugs without taking away from session time.

You might want to add computer speakers so that the distant person can be heard over the general group noise.

We also have a second monitor hooked up so that everyone else in the group can see the distant group member, but you can just as easily place a laptop in their space facing the group.


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Dave Gross wrote:

There are also references to the Harrow deck in King of Chaos and an upcoming novel, but they are very fleeting. I'd love to deal with the deck and a Harrower more substantially one day, if only there were enough hours in the day.

Dave Gross has an upcoming novel!

What is the title? My guess is: The Emperor of Ice Cream. Varian Jeggare and Radovan travel to the Crown of the World where they meet an odd couple pairing of a White Dragon and a Gold Dragon. The dragons are ranchers raising elk for the milk. They mix the cream from the milk with sugar and agitate it while the White Dragon cools it with her breath.


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I'm currently running Carrion Crown. For money reasons, I would honestly rather see a Carrion Crown Pawns set or (even better) a set of Carrion Crown Paper Minis sets than prepainted plastic minis.

I know that Liz Courts has stated that there are CC Paper Minis in the works, but has given no details. This is fine with me as my group only runs once a month, so I'm certain that the full set should be able to be produced before we finish up (in 8 or 10 years or so). :(


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Nice cover! Once again we have Alaeron throwing a bomb up at something that seems to be attacking him!

I was not a big fan of City of the Fallen Sky, but I adored Liar's Blade. Thus, I will give Tim Pratt the benefit of the doubt. I'll make a decision based upon the evidence contained within the pages of this book.

I have read all of the Pathfinder Tales except The Redemption Engine, and that last one is just a matter of time.

Regarding taste in books:
Anorak, disagreement is welcome! The literary tastes of the Pathfinder Tales readers are as varied as the books produced thus far. I thoroughly enjoyed The Worldwound Gambit and place it among the best of the Pathfinder Tales books. I rank Song of the Serpent, Nightglass and City of the Fallen Sky as among the worst of the Tales line. But that's my opinion only, and (obviously) many agree and/or disagree with me. But lets not sidetrack the conversation about Reign of Stars.


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leo1925 wrote:

Great news, Nightglass is one of my top 5 pathfinder tales and i really wanted to see a sequel.

Didn't Ederras died in King of Chaos?

I did not especially like Nightglass. However, I read the book almost entirely in the middle of the night while giving my (then) infant daughter her bottle, so I wasn't in the most lucid of times while reading it. I'll probably find time to reread it before reading Nightblade.

I don't think we saw Ederras die. I believe that the last time we saw him he was riding off towards [insert city where Wrath of the Rightous AP starts]. Mendev?


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After rereading Fingers of Death-No, Doom!, I think that it would be a lot of fun to have a Darvin and Fife Novel by Lucien Soulban. Dagger of Trust showed that you can have some silliness in a Pathfinder Tales novel and still have it be good. I think that following Darvin and Fife on a 300 - 400 page romp would be a lot of fun!


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Monrail wrote:
Certainly the most hilarious PF fiction story so far! Lovin' it!

If you are enjoying this one, take a look at Fingers of Death-No, Doom!. It is the previous misadventure of Darvin and Fife. I enjoyed it greatly, I'm sure I'll be tickled by this one. Heck, I already have been.

Mr. Sutter, are there any plans for a Darvin and Fife novel? I would enjoy that as a change of pace!


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Woo Hoo!! Another Darvin and Fife adventure! I am most pleased!


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Ack! I'm realizing I'm in the wrong life stage for this discussion. I used to be really good at this game. Now I watch so few movies, and it's been so long since I've seen one, I'm really slow on the identification of quotes.

Itchy wrote:

Here's one that I'm hoping to see in a couple weeks; nice and easy, right over the plate:

"Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in its petty pace from day to day to the last syllable of recorded time."

No takers? I figured John Kretzer and TriOmegaZero would have nailed it in 10 seconds. Here's a bit more of it:

"Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, creeps in this petty pace from day to day, to the last syllable of recorded time; and all our yesterdays have lighted fools the way to dusty death."


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I just got the following email from a friend that I loaned Blood of the City to:

My Friend wrote:
Speaking of reading, I read Blood of the City over the vacation... You are right, that was one of the best Tales books I have read thusfar. I'm now trying to finish up the Robin Laws Pathfinder stuff by reading the novella from the Pirate AP, and then the one from Wrath of the Righteous. Does he have another Tales book coming out any time soon?

He raised a very good question: Will we see another Robin D. Laws novel in the near (or distant) future? I would love to see another one!


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Here's one that I'm hoping to see in a couple weeks; nice and easy, right over the plate:

"Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow creeps in its petty pace from day to day to the last syllable of recorded time."


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RainyDayNinja wrote:
Imbicatus wrote:
Itchy wrote:
Itchy wrote:

G: I think I have it. A man talking sense to himself is no madder than a man talking nonsense not to himself.

R: Or just as mad.
G: Or just as mad.
R: And he does both.
G: So there you are.
R: Stark raving sane.

No takers? Here's another one, same film:

[flipping coin]
R: Hmmm. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads.
[G grabs the coin, checks both sides, then tosses it back to R]
R: Heads.
[G pulls a coin out of his own pocket and flips it]
R: Bet? Heads I win?
[G looks at coin and tosses it to R]
R: Again? Heads.

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead. I haven't seen that since AP lit in high school...
Where were you when I gave that quote earlier? (OK, I only said "heads" over and over, but still.)

Um... Elsewhere. I didn't read the whole thread before jumping in to the game. However, I love Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead. I need to rewatch that film.


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Drejk wrote:
That made me think: what if Hel and vampirism are red herrings of prophecy and actual doom referred to would be related to gates and Snarl and by "all of us" refers to deities or whole existence as OotS knows it?

I have been rereading the entire OotS comic over the last month or so. I just got to 830: Tidying Up. The Dark One wants control of one of the gates, and will get it once Xykon and Redcloak complete the ceremony. Could this be what Durkon's return will bring?


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Itchy wrote:

G: I think I have it. A man talking sense to himself is no madder than a man talking nonsense not to himself.

R: Or just as mad.
G: Or just as mad.
R: And he does both.
G: So there you are.
R: Stark raving sane.

No takers? Here's another one, same film:

[flipping coin]
R: Hmmm. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads. Heads.
[G grabs the coin, checks both sides, then tosses it back to R]
R: Heads.
[G pulls a coin out of his own pocket and flips it]
R: Bet? Heads I win?
[G looks at coin and tosses it to R]
R: Again? Heads.

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