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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,152 posts (5,676 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 96 aliases.


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'The Aranna'

1 x vanilla milkshake
2+ measures spiced rum
1+ measure Bailey's
Chocolate chip pieces
Whipped cream

1) Pour vanilla milkshake into Sundae glass
2) Add rum and Bailey's
3) Whip cream in separate recepticle, adding chocolate chip pieces as you do so to ensure that the one is well mixed in with the other
4) Spoon mixture into Sundae glass. Consume.

Apologies if this doesn't really fit the bill at all...


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A compilation of '70s Italian prog and similar from Tuscany

I like jazz-rock. Pity me.


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Limeylongears wrote:

'The Captain'

1 x hard ginger beer
1 x shot of (blended) Scotch
Ice
Slice of root ginger
Lemon juice

Fill pint glass 2/3rds of way up with hard ginger beer
Add Scotch & lemon juice
Top up with water & ice.

Drink. Repeat until you can't distinguish between yourself and your 9,999,999 other aliases

'The Pruinamancer'

1 x highball glass full of crushed ice
Vodka
Absinthe
Mint leaves.

'The Longears'

1) Take Guinness (other stouts are available)
2) Pour down pie-spout
3) Fall over
4) Power turns off temporarily. Wander around house, crying "WHERE DUH 'LECTRIZITUR? WHERE DUH 'LECTRIZITUR? GODS ANGRY! WHAT DO? WHAT DO?", until you realise that the trip-switch is the wrong way up, at which point you switch it back the right way and instantly make everything fabulous again.
5) More stout.


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Hitdice wrote:
TarSpartan wrote:
Kirth Gersen wrote:

Bear in mind that Corwin narrates the whole first 5 books, and that he is quickly established as an unreliable narrator. It seems likely that his truthfulness is not directly proportional to the book number, but rather remains a bit questionable throughout.

The only modern fantasy with a better use of narrator unreliability I can think of is Peter Straub's Shadowland, ** spoiler omitted **

Isn't Shadowland the one that completely ripped off D&D's magic system, assigning levels to spells and such? It's been decades (cripes, I'm getting old) since I read it, but that's what stood out to me the most.

I think you might be talking about Jack of Shadows by Zelazny (again!), but that was a novel collected and edited together from short stories, the earliest which predates D&D.

Or maybe you're talking about a different book altogether; no harm, no foul. :)

I'm pretty sure 'Tales of the Dying Earth' had spells that were described as being of a particular level...


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'The Captain'

1 x hard ginger beer
1 x shot of (blended) Scotch
Ice
Slice of root ginger
Lemon juice

Fill pint glass 2/3rds of way up with hard ginger beer
Add Scotch & lemon juice
Top up with water & ice.

Drink. Repeat until you can't distinguish between yourself and your 9,999,999 other aliases

'The Pruinamancer'

1 x highball glass full of crushed ice
Vodka
Absinthe
Mint leaves.


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Depends how much you like cheese.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
I like blondes but the Greene lady in red makes you think (and bonus points always for Anna).

"Alison Brie is not actually made out of Brie cheese. A major disappointment"

WINNAH!


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To keep out the unseasonable chill today, coworkers have decided that the thing to do is to:

1) Take marshmallow
2) Impale on scissors blade
3) Attack with cigarette lighter until burnt
4) Eat
5) Repeat until nauseous and the whole place reeks of burnt sugar.


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And enough with the white 'n' frozen stuff, Freehold. Snow is so last season.


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Sharoth wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

Panic attacks suck. Bipolar sucks. Panic attacks induced by bipolar leading to related location aversion really sucks.

My brain is like a Bethesda game; amazing when it does what it's supposed to, but the creators released it with too many bugs.

Ouch! Yea, that sounds like it was not fun. I do hope that the rest of your week goes better.

Indeed - hope things get sorted soon, TGTG.


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Vlaeros wrote:

Soccer Game Prep Time!

Feed the children dinner, then take them to BATTLE ROYALE whereupon they will tackle the other children and club them to unconsciousness with their vicious brass shinplants +1* and the parents will jeer and mock everyone!

The time of drow on the surface has finally arrived!

* Okay, it's plastic. Shut it.

{David Attenborough voice}

"And here we see the Limey, in his natural sweaty habitat. What is he about to do? No, no! Not that! Well, not now, anyway. In fact, Limey is going to pretend that he knows something about "soccer"

Tell me, TL, what position do the little fellows play in when they go to soccer, or do they do what we did and run around after the ball in a howling mob ?


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Kajehase wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
So we're getting second hand weather, too?!
Yeah, but if my twitter timeline is anything to go by, you got it from my parts of the world.

Aha - the weather's going a-viking ;)

Or whatever that is in Old Norse.

Veðrið er að fara Viking?*

*:

Actually Icelandic, but as close as I could get...


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I blame Cosmo for my decision to start arguing with anti-Semitic conspiracy buffs on social media. I won't be wasting my time and rational argument will surely change their minds! Isn't that right, Cosmo?


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Incidentally, I have just drunk four cans of Dr. Pepper and am practically bouncing off the walls, but what I want to know is why it describes itself as a 'fruit flavour beverage' on the side. I do not believe that any fruit exists that tastes remotely similar to Dr. Pepper.


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Bird bath would be a good idea. I have a grotty pond which I dug myself, which nothing in its right mind would bathe in.


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Mr. Furley wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
I started as an agency worker and have clung on, limpet like, for around 13 years. Most of our staff can form coherent sentences and manage to dress themselves in the morning (only partially, on occasion, but that's all to the good, to be sure)
Hmmm, time for an "Incredible Mr. Limpetlongears" alias?

Believe me, if I ever play some sort of superhero RPG, that'll be my first choice for a character name.


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I started as an agency worker and have clung on, limpet like, for around 13 years. Most of our staff can form coherent sentences and manage to dress themselves in the morning (only partially, on occasion, but that's all to the good, to be sure)


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Elmo Cannot Forgive!


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So we're getting second hand weather, too?!


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No, no - feeding is fine. It's the *other thing* that we must never, never do.


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First, warm spring sunshine with just enough of a breeze to make things pleasant.

Then rain

Then warm spring sunshine

Then sleet

Then warm spring sunshine

Then blizzard

Then warm spring sunshine and blizzard at the same time.

Stop sodding about and make your bleeding mind up!


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This evening, I'm going to buy a Hungarian sabre, made by an actual Hungarian, from another actual Hungarian.

How many Hungarians?

Spoiler:

Two. Sabres aren't people


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I Blame Cosmo for disturbances in the Great Sea of Vril meaning that I am unable to cause a bottle of peppermint schnapps to spontaneously appear in front of La Slaad.


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I Blame Cosmo for scat-singing DM.


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I don't have a car either. This is an inconvenience when I have to travel around late at night or on Sundays/public holidays, but it's probably saved me a lot of money, given the cost of fuel/road tax/insurance, not to mention the colossal amount of bother the things seem to cause my friends and workmates...


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Krensky wrote:
But what does the albino sea cucumber say?

Krensky, sea cucumbers can't talk.

But if they could, they'd say 'Happy birthday Lenin'


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Cap'n Yesterday's Spring Fever wrote:

Gets out fan, begins blowing the warmth towards Limey, which, hilariously enough, must pass over Freehold.

And that's how you multitask.

"I blow warm air in your general direction, silly English person! Your father was a snowman and your mother smells of popsicles!"


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GoatToucher wrote:

Heavy on the feels.

But then, I'm always heavy on the feels.

Why not try taking those prosthetic hooves off when you're not at 'work' ?


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captain yesterday wrote:
It's a bit chilly today, with a high of 57, but with the sun out, it's still quite nice. :-)

Chilly, he says.

Practically bloody tropical, I say.


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So long as the stilettos and aqua tofana are kept safely out of the way, everything will be fine, I'm sure.


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I blame Cosmo for unhappy Succubus.

Unhappy Succubus means we all suffer.

Spoiler:

Deliciously


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Kajehase wrote:
Judith, by August Riedel

MORE LIKE THIS PLEASE.


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Are we still talking about 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' ?


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RadiantSophia wrote:

My favoritist album of all The Trials of Vanoccupanther by Midlake

I really can't explain why I like this, I guess it just hits all the good spots.

I like it because it's better at being mid '70s Fleetwood Mac than mid '70s Fleetwood Mac were.

I'm still not sure about The Courage Of Others. I should like it even more, but have never really managed to get into it. Maybe it needs a few more listens...


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my plalundin has just burned down an orphlandidge full of other people's milk. is this the end for plalundin?


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...Inadequate spatulas


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Molten Dragon thinks that 'logarithmic tables' refers to a special club that people go to to watch dancing poos.


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GoatToucher wrote:
I'd just like to point out that this is the first time I've appeared on television!

It's 'in', not 'on', and I think you'll find that's a microwave.


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It was quarter past 10, like, seven hours ago here. Slackers.


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Hey!

I like your style!

True wisdom lies in not answering the question that cannot be answered!

Immerse yourself in the quantum mindful sea of tachyon aloe vera silence and hear the universe whisper 'Yes!'

However, since I'm here, how many beans make five Paladins?


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It was beautiful all day today, so I painted the fences/shed. Now, I'm paralysed and getting eviscerated by ghouls.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Huffy Descent, it's orange and blue.

I like my bikes like my guitars. Loud.

And yes I mean colors, my last guitar had an island motif with pineapples, it was a telecaster knock off. :-)

Hi, Pinky.

Just so you know, I've got a custard coloured Telecaster copy, which I painted with far-out psychedelic artwork when I was 14 and wanted to be Syd Barrett.


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Merle Haggard and the Strangers - Live 1978


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So long as the squirrels leave my onions alone, them and I (grammar?) can be friends. They scamper about outside, peer through the French windows at the back of the house and pinch anything I've left out for the birds, but they're welcome to it, since the only birds we get are colossal wood pigeons, crows and (once) a jay. Also, unlike cats, they don't crap in my plant pots.


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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:


*sigh* Am I the only liberal who abhors hip-hop, and considers it something that shouldn't be endorsed in this fashion, or something?

I literally had a dream where I visited Hell, sold my soul for a bowl of good clam chowder (because you could get barbecue, burgers, steak, and Mexican food down there for a reasonable price in earthly currency, but anything else was *extra*), and having done that was given a choice of torments: 1 hour of hellfire or a short series of 3-hour lectures on hip-hop. I chose hellfire (but then SpongeBob Squarepants suffered it for me for some reason - ever the generous soul, he).

** spoiler omitted **

As I always expected, God is a potato. I'm not sure whether that's a good thing or a bad thing.

Today I went on the Keep Our NHS Public march in Leeds, which was pretty substantial (1,000? 1,500? A lot of people for Leeds, anyway, but it's a live issue and there are a couple of large hospitals near the city centre, so maybe not so surprising).

One of the local (and one of the most decent) MPs turned up; there were also three bands - one Irish folk, one samba, and one sort of funky marching band who spent most of their time playing 'Caravan' over and over again.

Pinko Bingo score would have been crap, had the Economic, Philosophical and Social Review man not turned up, along with someone representing the World Socialist Website. As it was, I was barely into double figures. However, we did outdo the CPGB (ML) in a tankie-off, so VICTORY has been declared.


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I blame Cosmo for Ambrosia being sekritly envious of Grace Slick's super '80s hair.


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French bread pizza, a dish that would probably be considered an abomination by both French and Italians.

Namely:

1 x semi-baked baguette
1 x jar of ready-made pasta sauce
Onion
Garlic
Mushrooms
Cheese

Stuck in the oven until bread was fully baked and cheese was melted.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I should say I hate going to renaissance fairs with my family (brothers and parents) I'm sure they're perfectly acceptable with other people. And booze, I'm not going unless I can get crazy f~&@ed up.

I know what they are, vaguely, but we don't have 'em. I've been to things where people pretend to be Romans and Celts and what have you; I think I may have attended some Sealed Knot meetings when I was very tiny, as my dad used to go with his friend (he still has his fibreglass morion at home). Not quite the same thing, of course.

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