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Not this month, but I've had two shipments take five weeks, and one that got caught in the people-taking-days-off-at-christmas-muddle which took six. However, at least in US to Sweden cases, they're not late until the eighth week (but yeah, when a shipment is 2 to 2-1/2 weeks later than usual it's hard not to start worrying).
Watched the first episode of what looks like a good WW2 drama - Un Village Français. (I'm afraid "les Bouches" are the bad guys in this one, Aeglos.)
Turns out having a security police's search for Communists among Spanish refugees at a lumberyard get interrupted by German advance troops is a pretty effective way to demonstrate the surprise of the blitzkrieg.
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Think I have some Harold Melvin somewhere.
James Jacobs wrote:
Paint revolutionary slogans on the nearest government building?
Help a poor knight get out of a debt to the Sheriff?
Make a Hellknighg look stupid?
And the twist is, as a goddess of rebels, Milani only grants boons to those who don't perform obediences (and Filippo Inzaghi, for some reason).
Javin Swifthand wrote:
If it's the bandits and they find out she is a young female she becomes their "good time girl" until they get bored with her
How do you know the bandits would need a "good time girl?"
The information we have on bandit gangs in Golarion would suggest that they probably have a healthy percentage of women in their own ranks already (and, of course, for all we've been told about this particular gang of bandits, they could be all-female, or all-male looking for a good time boy, or heck, maybe even just robbers who consider themselves about going all rapey at the mere sight of a woman).
1d100 + 1d100 ⇒ (91) + (44) = 135
1d100 + 1d100 ⇒ (26) + (63) = 89
1d100 + 1d100 ⇒ (35) + (100) = 135
1d100 + 1d100 ⇒ (85) + (37) = 122
There is a fun question to ask, what are folks favorite LGBTQ characters from fiction? ...aside from beloved pathfinder iconics? =p
I'm weirdly fond of Ellen Kushner's borderline sociopathic swordsman Richard St. Vier from Swordspoint and The Privilege of the Sword.
My love for Jacqueline Carey's Kushielverse novels certainly extends to its main protagonists - my favourite, if I have to pick one, is probably Moirin Mac Fanche from the Naamah trilogy, she's less melodramatic than Phèdre, and a lot more fun than Imriel.
And for a blink-and-you'll-miss-it candidate, I'll include a mention of Commander Susan Ivanova of Babylon 5
Honourable mention to Winter Ihernglass from Django Wexler's Shadow Campaigns series.
Master Pugwampi wrote:
How many anarchists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Trick question; they don't want to take part in traditional ways of lighting, they want to smash it.