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Bela noite para voar. (A good night to fly.)
About the Brazilian president Juscelino Kubitschek as he jets around his country, meeting with provincial governors, inspecting the construction of Brasília, wishing his adopted daughter a happy birthday, and putting in a visit with his secret lover in Belo Horizonte (in a nice change to what's usually the case on film, he's the one that's not married). And in parallel we see Marshal Botafogo (played by a Telly Savelas look-a-like) and several other members of the military plot to bring him down after the US ambassador has let it be known that he can't accept Brazil nationalising its oil industry.
Made some heraldry for Wrath of the Righteous (yay for the Community Use License):
And the arms of the paladin order my character is part of. A diagonally divided shield with the top field bearing the symbol of Shelyn on gold, and the bottom field the symbol of Sarenrae on red. Kinda wish I could find a good image of a knight's helmet to put on top of the shield.
Read 'Heart of Darkness', 'Pride and Prejudice', 'Sense and Sensibility', and have moved on to 'Agnes Grey'. I need to return to 'Moby Dick' and 'Heart of Darkness' though, because I'm finding what I read affects how I write. I'm sure Wayfinder doesn't need the story of a poor but virtuous and spirited half-orc girl's adventures with beaux and balls.
Well, fantasy mashed with Jane Austen is a growing genre.
Player's Companion: Revolutionaries - an in-depth look on how to play insurrectionists, saboteurs, guerilla fighters, and dissidents. Featuring examples of some of the more noticeable such groups in Golarion (obviously tying in with the ones in Kintargo, but also one or more Galtan factions, Nidalese Desnans, and anti-colonialist Sargavan natives as well as, obviously again, members of Milani's church). Preferably with a bit more focus on the kind of activities you'd be doing to try and topple the government without ending up on a gibbet than just a bunch of archetypes, feats, and spells.
Also... issue 100 will be in an adventure set in chelliax... you know that question paizo staff always refuse to answer up front in 'Secrets of Golarion' panels? Let the rampant speculation begin! I call he's alive and imprisoned by asmodeus in order to gain a foothold on the mortal world.
That would be... horribly disappointing.
Golarion is not the Forgotten Realms with a divine soap opera driving the setting, and the whole premise of the setting is that the Big Human God died, Prophecies stopped coming true, and now mortal heroes need to step up and take on the challenges of the new state of the world.
Aroden is dead, and who did or did not do it is frankly speaking not that important other than as a mystery - and if it's revealed who did it it's no longer a mystery.
(Also, I'm pretty sure they're not just refusing to answer it, they've flat out stated they're never going to tell.
*sends virtual move-in porridge*
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I'd prefer for birds to suddenly appear when I'm near.
That's because you can put things in your stomach-pouch, duh.
I have a two-puece suit where the jacket has fake pockets. If I ever meet the designer responsible there will be violence.
We had a decent holiday at Weissenhäuser Strand (a resort up by the Schledwig-Holsteiner Baltic coast) when I was 10 or 11 - might be worth checking out when Marlon's a few years older.
(We went in the winter, though, because my youngest brother had spent most of the summer getting treatment for the side-effects of his leukemia-treatment. So we never really got to visit the actual strand)
Not sure if I've mentioned this elsewhere, but if someone wants another book with a lesbian protagonist to read, Django Wexler's series The Shadow Campaigns has just that. (She also dresses like a man, but that's because of her doing a job which in that setting is considered men's work, so no trans* characters yet - but some credit to Wexler for actually showing her be uncomfortable when, after a few years of hiding her sex, she's sent to work undercover as a girl in the second book, and not play it for laughs.)
The Swedish king Gustav II Adolf died on 6 November 1632 at the Battle of Lützen.
News of the event arrived in Frankfurt am Main and Dresden 5 days later, in Amsterdam 12 days later, in Vienna 13 days later, Königsberg 17 days later, Paris 24 days layer, and Stockholm 32 days later, on 8 December.
JJ, when will you get around to answering my question about deities? I have been waiting a long time
I suspect that kind of question is the best way to not get an answer - James will answer which questions he want, when he wants to, and since we're not paying him for this thread, I don't think we should ask (heh) for more than that.