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Freehold DM wrote:
Me too. Especially the half-page panel just after the battle where you get fractions of conversations and it's everything from "We did it" to "Have you seen so and so," and "Half the squadron done."
And Luke's undercover mission to fetch two bonsai-trees was fun.
Don't ask me - Old Norse (for lack of a better name) is bloody hard. Easier than 13th century Swedish, though.
My first kiss was when I was *thinks* seven.
When Donald Sumpter (probably most famous as Maester Luwin in early Game of Thrones seasons these days) appeared as "The President" in the last episode of Doctor Who season 9 (Hell Bent), it was his third appearance on the show.
The first one was as "Enrico Casali" in the 1968 episode The Wheel in Space (with Patrick Troughton as the Doctor), and the second was as "Commander Ridgeway" in the 1972 episode The Sea Devils (with Jon Pertwee as the Doctor).
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
It doesn't need to be named! (But it's Ivanhoe)
And everyone knows the crazy aunt/uncle is the best one!
A Swedish kid's show when I was little used the Beatles "Obla-di, obla-da" as its theme tune, meaning I'm one of the few people who actually enjoy that song.
I want to see more about the cultural structure of various Inner Sea countries. Expanded and additional holidays, how different churches handle things like birth, death, marriage, and major accomplishment, maybe sample "laws of the land" for a few places. I adored the sidebars in Inner Sea Races that showed how the different ethnicities/races saw themselves and each other, that was a small but powerful addition for any roleplayer.
De Sista Vittnena (The Last Witnesses) by Svetlana Aleksejevitj (the most recent Nobel Prize literary winner) about Soviet children during World War 2. Pretty easy to read, but absolutely flipping nightmarish from time to time.
So turns out I needed a break from Belarusian children having a nightmarish time of it, so I stopped in the middle and re-read Elizabeth Bear's Jenny Casey trilogy.
Three things I noticed/realised: