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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

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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.

Astral Wanderer wrote:
asked for some advice

Have you read Jacqueline Carey's duology The Sundering (split into Banewreaker and Godslayer) which is basically Lord of the Rings told as a tragedy.

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Midnight waffles?

Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
Orthos wrote:
For LordSynos
FF VII, A Cappella, and cats? This is just full of win. :D

Smooth McGroove is probably one of my favorite things on YouTube. This is actually the fourth FFVII song he's done - he's also done the battle theme, the victory theme, and J-E-N-O-V-A.

Might just say spoiler warning for FF VII though, it is the ** spoiler omitted ** after all.
As old as the game is, I don't really think there's many people around who haven't already been spoiled ;)

Wait wait wait wait wait [i[wait[/i]

Sephiroth's a bad guy?!

HAL kills the astronauts! Except one, and then there's some weird cosmic s+&% happening that looks really pretty on a big screen.

Drejk wrote:
Other bad part of the day is abrasion that I got on thigh from new trousers. They will fit just fine with longjohns, but now they are a bit too loose and the seam tenderized inner part of my thigh.

Wash with fabric softener.

(Also, one of the reasons I prefer slacks or courderoy.)

Yay for Swedish TV doing double episodes of Mr Selfridge from the start just as I've been hankering for a decent costume drama to follow sporadically.

Drejk wrote:
I started to laugh reading first two pages... Which were listing of dramatis personae with *giggles* descriptions.

Davis does the best Dramatis Personae in the business.

...and has the best opening paragraph of a series to boot, come to think of it.

The 17-year-old Swedish 4th-tier football player Amna Lihovic recently bought a ticket to go watch Sweden play her parents' home country Bosnia in Gothenburg.

She won't get to use the ticket - because she's been picked to play for Bosnia.

Drejk wrote:

Pounds to zlotys exchanged. House paid for four months. Tomorrow a technician is supposed to bring me a new modem capable of supporting 60 Mb/s connection that will start tomorrow. Old modem, as fine as it was for the last seven days isn't up to the task. The new one will also have a Wi-Fi so I will be able to use tablet. Will I be able to surf internet in toilet? We'll see...

I also bought a few pounds of books - four parts of Marcus Dido Falco series, one Polish fantasy or maybe sf, I am not sure, and The Crippled God... I wanted to buy Forge Of Darkness but it wasn't in the stock at the moment. I will buy it later.

The first five books were on sale for 9 zloty, 10 for the last one. Real bargain when it comes to books... Crippled God costed 59 zloty, but at least it is cheaper and bigger edition, instead of the older (and nicer one) where it is split in two books, each costing probably around 49-59 in itself...

I :3 Helena Justina.

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Kirth Gersen wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
From the stories my (Pakistani) workmate told me of visiting his dad in Florida, I get the impression white privilege is not getting pulled over by the police four times in a two-hour drive from the airport.

If I drove like my (Pakistani) former next-door neighbor, I'd never get there from the airport, because they'd have taken my license away by the sixth or eighth time I was pulled over for doing things like "driving on the sidewalk" and "failure to acknowledge laws of physics" and "refusal to accept that other cars, barriers, pits, etc. are real objects."

So I'm going to presume that your workmate's driving was vastly better than my neighbor's. (Toonces the Cat's driving was also vastly better than my neighbor's.)

Well, I've never seen your neighbour drive, but let's just say I've voluntarily asked my workmate for a lift more than once.

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So where's this Ben Wootten beauty from?

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From the stories my (Pakistani) workmate told me of visiting his dad in Florida, I get the impression white privilege is not getting pulled over by the police four times in a two-hour drive from the airport.

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Leonid Brezhnev III?
Jimmy-Bob Ritchie?
Isaac Goldman?
Pinko Luxemberg?
The Goblin Once Again Known As Chemnitz? (look up a map of East Germany from before 1989 if you don't get that one)
George W. Bush?

Adam Daigle wrote:
As the resident Cajun, I whole-heartedly agree there should be some representation of Creole and bayou culture in Arcadia.

Not what you said when I asked for battle harmonicas. ;p

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Freehold DM wrote:
The 8th Dwarf wrote:

I just find it odd that a company has that level of control over your Australia if you earn a lot you get private insurance and if you are an average person you mix both private and Medicare.

I am very lucky though while my employer is an Evil Bank - us minions and henchpersons get "unlimited" sick leave (I have never had to use it - 2 weeks is the longest I have had off sick at pay) paternity leave 2 weeks, maternity leave 12 weeks.

We also have

Defined diversity policies that are very actively pursued insuring everybody is treated with respect in the workplace.

- we still haven't had a female CEO, yet.

Two weeks paternity leave sounds wonderful. Twelve weeks maternity leave sounds like mothers finally getting the respect they deserve.

*smug Swedish snicker*

I blame Cosmo for Ambrosia Slaad clearly not having discovered the best comic-book version of the various adventures of the Aesir: the Danish title Valhalla.

Ooh! London Calling and Severed Streets by Paul Cornell are some excellent pieces of urban fantasy.

If you want a long (15 books) series, I'd suggest Katherine Kerr's Deverry series.

A good place to go after Poirot could be Dorothy L. Sayers' Lord Peter Wimesy novels. Or you could go for a completely different type of crime novels and try Ed McBain's 87th Precint series (it starts with The Cop Hater, but I'd begin with The Heckler, which both introduces the only recurring villain of the series that I can recall, and reveals where they got the idea for the plot of Die Hard III).

And some stuff I always recommend on principle: Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel series, Ellen Kushner's Riverside novels (begins with Swordspoint), Lindsey Davis's Falco novels about private detective Marcus Didius Falco solving cases in Vespasianus's Rome, Elizabeth Bear's trilogy of silk road fantasy, the name of which escapes me (but the first book is called "Range of Ghosts"), her boyfriend Scott Lynch's Gentleman Bastard sequence.

Also, if you've never read The Three Musketeers or The Count of Monte Cristo, you're missing out on something great.

And with the centenary of the outbreak of World War I this year, you might want to try and chase down a book by Swedish historian Peter Englund called something like "The Beauty and Sorrow of Battle".

And finally, because I read it a few weeks ago and thoroughly enjoyed it: The Shadow of the Sword, by Tom Holland.

Aberzombie wrote:

Me: What is your name?

Charlie: Charlie.
Me: What is your quest?
Charlie: Charlie quest.
Me: What is your favorite color?
Charlie: Superman!

Clearly, this needs some work.

Me: Can I have a cookie?

All man Agitator 1/Bluecollar Worker 2

And sorries here too. Been two weeks of a thousand papercuts.

Devils! I forgot to buy laundry detergent and am down to my last pair of clean underwear that doesn't have holes in places they're not meant to have holes.

The common house in Hajoth Hakados where they met to form their conspiracy was called the Gentleman Bastard, in honour of some legendary criminal with unusually good manners.

Hee hee!

On the plus side, it'd take even longer by train.

Risen from the Sands gives you four:

Crowe - CN; Desna
Quinn - LG; Abadar
Jirelle - CG; Cayden Cailean
Oloch - CN; Gorum

Why am I watching a commercial break when I have the movie it's interrupting on DVD?

Well, so far Scotland is looking better than the Brazilians did.

Oooh. First Blood is on TV.

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Grattis på födelsedagen, Badger.

Top of page posts are naked posts.

They may be there in equal amounts, but trust me, the dark period feels a lot longer.

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We can tell...

Hawking class kits on street corners while they were hot of the presses?

*starts work at 2:50 every day except Sundays*


Also the kind of football where only one player per team can use their hands, but who cares?

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