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8,033 posts (8,810 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. 1 wishlist. 23 aliases.


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Spoilers, people!

How many times will you have to refer a question to the rules advice section of the boards, do you think?

captain yesterday wrote:
Wyntr wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
I don't want a neverending mass of combat encounters in my APs. Paizo should remove all the monsters except possibly the bosses. If someone want it all in, they can add it themselves. That should free up space for some romance options.
Pfft - Paizo should remove all the rules and stuff from the APs; just publish them as novels and anyone who wants to play them in the RPG can come up with all of that stuff themselves :P
Paizo should publish my book Tentacled Horror From The Beyond, it was written entirely using quotes, lyric and movie lines from Madonna, also i've been sending it to another publisher first to gouge interest, i'm just not sure how sending it to Random Houses is going to get it published..... oh crap....

I'm nog sure gouging those interested will be helpful to the sales figures, or your ability to move around freely.

Maybe you should gauge it instead? ;-p


Viva el Revolucion! Viva Alysande Benedict!

Note to the art directors - more women adventurers in page-cuts, please!

RainyDayNinja wrote:
People usually spell my last name wrong on their first try, which baffles me, since I share it with four US cities, a Nobel Peace Prize winner, and literally millions of cereal boxes in grocery stores across America.

Well, I guess we know where you stand in thefluff vs. crunch debates, Cap'n.

Viva POUM!

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I blame Cosmo for giving my bicycle a flat tyre, thus turning a 9-hour workday into a 12-hour one.

And a question. If Shensen gog to hear some classic soul tunes (A Change is Gonna Come seems appropriate), how would she react?

That's kinda what those Dragon articles did - but with a bigger wordcount. They were even written by the same guy.

Unexpected 12-hour workday.


Sugar cold turkey ain't fun.


Sounds like a plus to me.

And Americans really need to get over whatever it is they've got against the French. It' ftankly getting to be uncomfortable. Rag on the Swiss for a bit instead, or the Portuguese.

Celestial Healer wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
*continues to "sing" Wild Thing" sotto voce*

You were trying to get that stuck in my head weren't you? It didn't work.

*continues humming Mussorgsky's "Pictures at an Exhibition"*

But I wanna kno-ooow for sure

*continues to "sing" Wild Thing" sotto voce*

Scythia wrote:

I would love to see one with an effective and skilled heroine, who isn't defined by her relationship to men.

Basically, like the vast majority of male characters.

Juliet's got you covered.

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That was ritually averted when I got to play on the guitar of the lead-guitarist of the Troggs back when I was three, though. Phew!

Although I'll admit to not actually remembering this happening, seeing as I was only three.

Heh, with my dad working as a record store clerk back in the years around 1980, I suspect the only way I'd have been able to rebel by music choices would be if I'd turned into a Neil Diamond fan.

Or listened to a bunch of "Dansband" music.

lynora wrote:

I was wondering why there were no FAWTL posts of late...and then discovered I had accidentally hidden the thread during my one handed checking of posts from the ER. I blame the morphine. ;)

Needless to say, I had an interesting weekend. Saturday's gaming session was cut short when I collapsed from intense abdominal pain and had to be taken to the ER. A whole night of tests just to determine thar I had a ruptured ovarian cyst. The only good thing was not having to be put in a hospital gown. I was wearing a loose t shirt and yoga pants so they let me keep a tiny fraction of dignity and keep my normal clothes on.
So I've been resting and taking lots if ibuprofen for the pain since they let me out. It's slowly getting better.
And just to add to the insanity, we got two new kittens. Eris and Mordin. Eris is grey with stripes and Mordin is all black. On the not so good side the kidlet seems to be allergic. :(

So I completely missed this last week.

Hope this weekend was less interesting.

Chicks dig scars, they say.
Never heard anything about bruises, though...

Well, okay. One channel is showing a Transformers movie. So not much help there.

Even the sport channel!

Why is there a rom-com starring Sandra Bullock on every channel tonight?

Freehold DM wrote:


Idiot opened up his driver's side door while I was riding by. Took it in the right arm. Knocked me off the bike. Got up slowly checking myself for injuries- I'm bruised but otherwise unharmed. Idiot tried to touch me to see if I was okay, I told him to not attempt to make physical contact with me at this time. He then tried to lecture me about how I should be riding opposite traffic and I got in his face about how that would get me either killed or in jail/ticket. He didn't seem convinced so I got MORE in his face about it and he backed off. Right arm is sore as hell, left pinky finger(no idea how that got injured) is swollen. I guess I failed the reflex save but made the fort save....

Still. Going to punch every driver I see for about 24 hours.

Ouch! Glad to hear it didn't do any worse harm than that.

Just a pity you weren't riding my work-bike - the reinforcements made to carry a few hundred newspapers and assorted mail woul've given any car a proper dent (it's like riding a stock-car bicycle).

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aeglos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:
hi everyone
one day, one day we will

When the stars are right?

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Damiel: "Why did I agree to be the bait!?"

Lini: "Because Alain wasn't available."

Amiri: "Enough talking, let's do this!"

Lirianne (laughing wildly): Pew pew pew! I love this gun!"

De Rotlösa (literalal translation: The Rootless) by Marcus Olausson. First in a fantasy trilogy by one of my brother's workmates.

40 pages in, the main impressions are that it's nice to read a fantasy novel with a genuine Nordic nomenclature, and the publisher need a stricter editor.

Drejk wrote:

It would be good to get back to gaming... And I don't refer to computer games.

I might get a D&D session on Saturday. I wonder what level the party is at the moment...

I will also probably have organizational meeting around Monday regarding a new Mage campaign. We will be technocrats overseeing a first Martian colony in 2017.

2017? A future... Oh, wait, it will be three years from now?! I am living at the edge of future?!

*ominous voice*

The future is tomorrow!

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In one hour it will be Thursday.

Not cool, Cosmo. Not cool.

Eric Clingenpeel wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
...Am I the only one who would take the pizza over the frito pie?
I know I always enjoyed my rectangular cardboard pizza. Fold it in half, dip it in ketchup... Hmmm...

This is what the school system in my Swedish hometown (which back the had a fairly large Italian community) referred to as "American Pizza" (back in the '90:s at least).

*hopes it's the Aaron Burr altercation*

Sara Marie wrote:
Cry 'Havoc!', and let slip the code of auth!

I prefer to cry haddock and let slip the cods of woe.

You can pay mine if you want.

And a question, if you're like me and doesn't get that excited by new rules options but woul really like to know how my character dresses, celebrates his or her marriage, and dtreats the remains of their loved ones, how useful will this book be for me?

The Simurgh (big, friendly, and magical bird) who raised Rostam's father, Sam/Zal in the Shahnameh could make for an interesting Persian influence. And Angra Mainyu/Ahriman is, of course, already in the game as Lord of the Div.

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"Weasel" wrote:
What's a Zizzira when it's at home?

A Thriae.

Very good.

You're forgiven for the lack of art in yesterday's blog, Mark.

The wheel weaves as the wheel wills.

...wait, wrong book!

Kajehase wrote:
It's actually not illegal to break the laws of physics.

Well, I guess going faster than light would qualify as speeding.

Wolfgang Baur wrote:
Oh, and the current stretch goal is an adventure called "The Tomb of the Elephant God." It is being designed by Paizo adventure path designer Mike Shel.

Y'know, that name reminds me of another southern campaign setting you designed.

Please do. They're a lot more appreciated than the "postcards" you send in packages now (by me, at least - I haven't discussed it with anyone).

Or a fern.

*keeps posting to a minimum until he can be trusted not to go into a rant about the xenophobic, populist, can't count for love or money party got 12,9% of the national vote and 10% of the local*

Hope everyone have a good time.

I'm just gonna say that the bit of my paladin.'s alignment I'm most worried about is the L bit

1 person marked this as a favorite. has been adding D&D stuff to their pdf-shelves for about a year. Not sure if Red Hand is there yet, though.

And until we're told otherwise, it'swhat I treat the Goblinblood Wars in Isger to have been about.

Are there any robot vacuum cleaners in Numeria?

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The real secret behind the wealth of the Technic League.

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It's actually not illegal to break the laws of physics.

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