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8,838 posts (9,652 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. 1 wishlist. 25 aliases.


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Why do people keep going on about chocolate and vanilla being some kind of diametric opposites you have to choose between when they're: a) not, b) both delicious), and c) complement each other perfectly well?

More Lem, and not jokes about him having hat-envy this time. ;-)

What do you see his flute being made of? Depending on who draws him, it looks either like bone or like wood to me.

Krensky wrote:
I think there's a Halal BBQ joint around the corner from me. While the lack of pork will offend purists, pig is not the only thing that can be tossed on a pit.

Some might even suggest that beef, lamb, and even mushrooms should go on the grill before you start contemplating pork.

What do you want?

Who are you? (wo-hoo, wo-hoo)

The avatar picture helps. :)

Also: Congratulations!

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Vint spin-off comic! The people demands it!

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So windy that the (very light) rain evaporates before it hits the ground. Very weird thing to look at.

To ask the same question, but a lot more specifically: The iconic investigator, Quinn, looks a bit like Danny John-Jules (Cat from Red Dwarf), doesn't he?

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The highest situated capital in Europe is Andorra la Valle in (well, duh) Andorra

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Wayne Reynolds wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Are the coins and the metal square thingy Lem has hanging from around his neck meant to signify something to him, or does he just like the look of it?
The metal square thingy is just a decorative pendant. The discs are indeed coins from different cultures that he's strung around his neck as decoration and potential use.

Thank you for answering. One more piece added to the puzzle.

Are the coins and the metal square thingy Lem has hanging from around his neck meant to signify something to him, or does he just like the look of it?

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
You're allowed to blame Cosmo for 5am starts - it's just weirdos and bakers who don't find that hour horrible.

And mail carriers. The second best thing about hitting the road that early is the complete lack of traffic. The very best thing is stopping at a 24/7 hamburger place and getting a freshly-made double cheeseburger and fries for breakfast.

Unfortunately, that location (Steak n Shake) closed and the new location isn't open 24/7... I blame Cosmo that my late-night/early morning cheeseburger runs are thwarted.

Being one myself, I included us in the weirdos.

Because who gets up at 2 at night to take a 4-hour jaunt in torrential downpours/waist-high snowdrifts voluntarily? Weirdos.

I blame Cosmo that Ambrosia Slaad could not read this between the lines of my original post.

I want more Vint.

Not a question, but I thought you should know.

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Limeylongears wrote:
Would a cat do? Or a pipe wrench? Or some marmalade?

Maybe some liniment.

...Or a large gin & tonic.

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I need a grown-up!

Make sure the package is lost, found and sent to the wrong address, returned to sender, stolen by old-fashioned mail-robbers, dropped in a puddle of long-standing water, and once they do arrive, turn out to be the edition written in Mandarin and containing some suspicious white powder (which will turn out to be baking soda, but only after you've spent a month in quarantine - to be sure).

Congratulations Monica.

Looking forward to reading it.

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You're allowed to blame Cosmo for 5am starts - it's just weirdos and bakers who don't find that hour horrible.

This months Paizo package arrived today, and I both managed to pick it up and get home from work before it started to rain. PRAISE SARA MARIE!

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You've also clearly never been to northern Scandinavia.

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I blame Cosmo that the people in charge at work forgot to inform us today was newspapers-for-everyone-in-your-district day.

I don't mind the two hours of paid overtime, Cosmo, it's the not knowing about it until I arrive at work that's annoying.

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The ratfolk in this are adorable. I hearby petition for a spin-off comuc like Goblins about them.

More Vint for the people!

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I rather prefer Star Trek IV to the submarines in space movie.

Stargate the TV series beats the movie (although the movie has a nicer wormhole special effect).

The Dark Knight was better than Batman Begins.

The Godfather part 2 has already been mentioned, as has the Empire Strikes Back.

Back to the Future III improved on the second movie in the series.

Die Hard III is the best in its series.

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I blame Cosmo that I'm now envious of Pillbug for getting to experience Deadwood for the first time.

The halfling one is from the old (pre-Time of Troubles) Forgotten Realms comic Jeff Grubb worked on, although I think it utilised more e's in the word. The other one I made up.

I'd not have complained if about one feat or spell's worth of text per racial player companion had been given over to that sort of thing.

Nicolas Logue wrote:

Heh. I may need to fire up Flash now, thanks Darius. :-)

Sorry, Kajehase: I'm afraid my contract precisely stipulates - its Blessed, or no one.

While I'm a great fan of both Winstone and Oldman's bodies...of work, I mean...its all about casting. Only Brian Blessed could capture my...well...Logueness, as Sissyl put a finger on it earlier.

Understandable (although I think Winstone has a Blessed inside him, just waiting to be unleashed) - personally I'm holding out for either Owen Wilson or Tilda Swinton.

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Wow, that's some grade-A level incompetence there.

Nicolas Logue wrote:

Yes, Rutger Hauer would make a fine Pett!

I would only sign off on my life rights if they guaranteed Brian Blessed would play me. :-)

Would you settle for Ray Winstone or Gary Oldman?

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More importantly, six EU members are monarchies (Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and Spain), but unlike the Vatican, their heads of state hold a mostly ceremonial function only.

To use the example I'm most familiar with as an example, the Swedish constitution is a compromise from the latest fine-tuning of it where the Social Democrats wanted a republic (with varying degrees of vehemence), and the liberals and conservatives wanted to keep the king - so they decided to set up a de facto republic rule but keep the king in place so the German tourists would keep coming and there'd be no need to figure out who should hand out the Nobel winners' medals.

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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Going on another short tour with the band I play in starting on Thursday. First show is in Brooklyn, then somewhere near Philly, then Connecticut, and then back in CNY on Sunday.


You know what this means...

Freehold and David's A Night at the Museum 2 reenactment?

Adam Daigle wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Flumps are almost real.
Needs more spikes. :)

That's why I put the almost in italics. ;)

What are your feelings about the non-human races reacting differently to common foodstuff? Like cheese being addictive for halflings to make a silly example, or orcs being intolerant/allergic to apples, for a less silly one.

Flumps are almost real.

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Maveric28 wrote:
TaliaKirana wrote:
Is there any advice on how to pick equipment? I'm a newbie, and that seems to be the thing that trips me up the most. (I'm considering picking this up once the PDF is available.)

I don't know what this book will do for you, Talia, but if you need help picking equipment, I would go with the PATHFINDER ROLEPLAYING GAME: ULTIMATE EQUIPMENT book instead. I LOVE that book and one of the neatest things I've found is under the general equipment list there is a starting equipment set for each specific Class; Fighter's kit, Cleric's kit, Magus's kit, etc. Give it a shot, it's by far the best book available for players right behind the Core Rulebook and the Advanced Players Guide.

Adding even more options is not going to help if you're already having a hard time picking tje right equipment for your character.

He even has his own theme song.

5d100 + 1d10 + 1d9 + 1d8 + 3d100 ⇒ (53, 3, 43, 3, 52) + (7) + (7) + (2) + (22, 35, 33) = 260

2d100 + 3d100 + 6d100 ⇒ (35, 12) + (51, 15, 79) + (38, 38, 8, 24, 25, 21) = 346

7d100 + 3d100 + 2d100 ⇒ (9, 15, 6, 4, 77, 90, 43) + (35, 59, 34) + (2, 82) = 456

3d100 + 3d100 + 4d100 + 2d100 ⇒ (51, 24, 41) + (33, 73, 64) + (45, 90, 46, 42) + (76, 39) = 624

On the Isiem reading order: If you were to go chronologically, it's really Nightglass part 1, Misery's Mirror (the webfiction), Nightglass part 2, Nightblade.

12d100 + 1d11 + 3d100 ⇒ (67, 67, 29, 43, 72, 5, 80, 74, 44, 21, 17, 4) + (10) + (72, 74, 1) = 680

You dirty old dendrophiliac!

Never got into He-man myself, Lego and Playmobil were much more versatile, also I was more into Roy of the Rovers and the Phantom (the latter at least making sure I can claim to be a member of the same club as several former cabinet members). But I fully agree with the sentiment. (And hedges are a lot less exciting these days, arent't they?)

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I see Pett as more of a Rutger Hauer type.

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Sorry to hear about that, Lynora.

*ponders how many "It's political correctness gone mad!" exclamations studio-anchor David Fjell have caused today bhy presenting the cup semifinal between IFK Göteborg and Häcken while being a black man in a rainbow beanie hat*

If he'd been a woman, the Sweden Democrats's over-90 voters would have been cut in half. ;-)

Hilary Mantel in Bringing Up the Bodies wrote:
Gregory looks worried.

1d4 + 1d3 + 1d19 + 1d3 + 1d9 + 1d4 + 1d77 + 1d52 + 1d5 + 1d8 + 1d3 + 1d11 + 1d12 + 1d76 ⇒ (4) + (2) + (18) + (1) + (9) + (1) + (51) + (46) + (5) + (8) + (1) + (11) + (10) + (29) = 196

Berselius wrote:

What the heck did the Hezrou use to turn the tide in it's favor? Unholy Blight or Blasphemy? Either way, Jiri apparently has ALOT TO LEARN about battle. She should have focused on her spellcasting / shapeshifting instead of blasting the demon with ineffective flame attacks.

Also, this ancient evil released by the Aspis Consortium is a creature of elemental fire and Jiri's own powers and origin stem from fire? Is there some sort of connection here? Either way, she'd had better not count on giving into her rage and using fire on it because I doubt it will be very effective.

Is that an alot I spot?

Edith Piaff - Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien

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They're still having to check the elk meat in Gästrikland for traces of the fallout, aren't they?

[Insert dig about how this explains the size of the mosquitoes up north.]

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Brandon Hodge wrote:

'where the hell is the British backwater this is guy from anyway?'

'tis a bleak and desolate place, full of wild rams and their suitors. It is in fact hard to believe you don't have to travel far at all to reach civilisation.

Jessica Price wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Well, as someone too young to be a Gen-X-er, and too old to be a Millenial, I support that distinction.

I'm... not sure how that can be.

Baby Boomers: 1940s & 50s
Gen X: 60s & 70s
Millennials: 80s & 90s

I can understand feeling like you don't quite fit into one group or another based on their overall characteristics (I'm on the cusp, and while I have way more in common with the millennials than the Gen Xers, I'm Gen Xish in a few regards), but there's not really any chronological gap between them. If anything, based on different estimates, they overlap at the edges.

I'd say it's down to a combination of class (like Celestial Healer I didn't have an e-mail until 1998, which is the same year I got my first cell-phone, and my 80's and 90's were a lot less about video games than playing outside) and geographical location (I'm Swedish, not American).

Edit: Maybe you can even add ethnicity into it. It seems to me that all examples given of typical Gen X-ers or millennials tend to be very white, and while I'm certainly that myself, I grew up in a very diverse neighbourhood (4000 people speaking about 70 languages if I remember a municipal report I read correctly), so I usually have a hard time identifying with what constitutes a "regular Swede" (insert barf-emoji after that term).

Irontruth wrote:

Garmarna - Herr Mannelig

Recently got turned on to them. I particularly enjoy the darker sounding songs, they have a nice ominous vibe to them and might actually employ them as mood music for some games.

This song is about a mountain troll proposing marriage to a young knight, promising wealth, land and weapons to conquer his enemies. The knight turns her down, at which the troll laments that her curse will never be lifted.

First heard them when they participated in the Swedish qualification for Eurovision.

Seeing as they're not horrible, they didn't qualify.

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