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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,444 posts (6,497 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 104 aliases.


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It's the cream of the crop!

Watch out for the DragonCat o'Nine Tails!

WU-ooomp *WHPSH!* *ow!*

"What's that?"

"A flog-horn! Ha! Ha! Ha!"

Oh no no no no:

"So you're up sh!t creek with a paddle, then?"

"No, I always walk like this"

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In various combinations, a large and mysterious Spanish cheese that looks kinda like a boob.

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
It occurs to me that I am drinking Guinness out of a Guinness branded pint glass while wearing Guinness branded pajama pants and a Guinness branded shirt.

Paint your head white and the rest of your body black and the experience will be complete.

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Speaking of which, I Blame Cosmo for having to fight sword & buckler with someone dressed like a psychedelic Ewok this evening.

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Bring back the Rods, Staves, and Wands saving throw!


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'Devastating' Miss Taekwondo is even better.

EDIT: There's a super-glam Monk archetype for you, right there.

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'Kindred' by Octavia E. Butler is to be made into a graphic novel

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How about smurf, eh?

EDIT: Blast. What we want is a reliable Smurfette code, but will give it to us? NO.

Speaking of which...

Abbhama - Alam Raya

Giant Step - Giant On The Move!

Indonesian prog is ace.

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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Oh my... geese are worse ("better equipped") than ducks...

Pillbug, not that it's any of my business, but how deeply have you delved into this subject?

How long before we get an 'Avian Nobbers of the Inner Sea' article in Wayfinder?

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Paizo needs more ducks.

This is not a point (or corkscrew) that can be argued with.

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captain yesterday wrote:
New avatar images!!!!

"The Captain's Summer Collection - only at"

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Freehold DM wrote:
I have arrived at the convention. Indeed, a happy tacticslioness day to all.

Is anyone cosplaying Red Sonja?

EDIT: At the convention. Not at Mrs Tacticslion's birthday celebrations.

'Briefing for a Descent into Hell', by Doris Lessing, which I think is some sort of extended Sufi parable, or something to do with Gurjieff.

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I Blame Cosmo for the fact that choosing to wear shorts automatically makes the weather go grotty. Bare knees for NOTHING. Bah.

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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

So many new avatars!!

hyperventilates again, as teenagers take my change.

More or less just in time for your birthday, too!

They know you so well, Captain :)

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Charles Earland - Leaving This Planet

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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:

Maybe use an Axe-fueled flamethrower?

If you spray enough Febreze on a stinky person, will they disappear?


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Tacticslion wrote:
baron arem heshvaun wrote:

First Wonder Woman, now this, World War I is so HOT right now!

[Mugatu voice]

WW1 was always the most interesting of the two: while WW2 was always the more important/more influential - and it led to technically more amazing/impressive cultural teansformstions and world-changing truths and sciences, like atom bombs and perfect air warfare -; WW1 was such a seemingly impossible and fascinating blend of old technology and new: you had swords, guns, armor, shields, helms, bombs, planes, tanks, vehicles, boats, land troops, air troops (well, sort of), fire, gas, machines, animals, and pretty much almost every kind of warfare of ancient or modern make all clashing into one massiv conglomeration of a deadly mess. It's pretty amazing.

WW2 (very wisely) became more about revolutionizing war, so it was substantially more "even" across a given military's side than WW1's muddled and confused mess of tech and people - beyond which, the "new" tech had finally progressed juuuuusssst enough that the old ways no longer really worked against them so reliably, and were cheaper and easier to mass produce, besides (thanks to the industrialization efforts that were created during the horrid of WW1 to bear the brunt of the losses due to conscription; also in WW2).

But that made it look more "modern" - WW1 is a war in which you could still reasonably field legions of horseback lancers (with a gun or three); against an airplane and shield-and-spear mercenaries; against a tank with a couple of backup troops; against a few elephants - while that exact battle (probably?) never happened, it reasonably could have, given the politics, scope, tech, and style of WW1. In WW2, it would have been: the plane wins, unless the tank was equipped with flak somehow (or something - my actual anti-aircraft military stuff comes from Red Alert games, sooooo...).

I think elephants had been obsolete on the battlefield for quite some time before that, although I'm pretty sure they were still used as beasts of burden and the like in South/South East Asia.

There were definitely camels, though. One of my great-grandfathers was in the Camel Corps.

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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:

{opens fresh* can of SQUAM, makes a pitcher of colortinis, and starts binging on new season of Pugjack Wampman}

(* fresh = less than two decades old.)

With extra tentacles?

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Skyrim Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:

Captain Yesterday's guide to not getting killed by a Draugr Deathlord.

1. Open the f@#*ing door.

2. Shoot f#!#ing piece of s!+* with an arrow, this is merely to get it's attention, no real damage will be done.

3. Blast the a+~*$#+ with Unrelenting Force Shout.

4. Summon Halle Berry the Storm Atronach.

5. Close door.

Repeat as necessary until the son of a b$**# stops opening the door.

Your Halle Berry summoning intrigues me, and I wish to subscribe to your Dragonborn newsletter, or slab of granite carved with Mystic Runes, or whatever.

Can The Can

Suzi Quatro.

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Liz Courts wrote:


Sara Marie: ...I can't believe i had to say that.
Katina: I can’t believe you think anyone’s gonna obey it.

Heey... Does anyone have Chuck Tingle's number?

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captain yesterday wrote:

I'll just butcher it's spell check morerer, and send a few more sappy texts to my wife.

But in fairness, I thought I was sending naughty texts. Turns out <3 doesn't mean what I thought it did, and I'm not going to tell you what I thought :3 meant, I was way off!

That's probably what it should mean. Internet Campaign time!

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45 quatloos says that the 'wampi goes down in the fifth.

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I blame Cosmo for whoever was 'Going for gold' in the Freestyle Urination event before I went into the toilet today. Everyone misses now and then, but it takes a special sort of talent to manage to tinkle all over the room without getting anything in the bowl at all.

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Interesting evening.

I went round to a friend's; we played console Conan, watched Turkish Star Wars and drank absinthe. On the way home, I made friends with a black & white cat and discovered an unusual echo in a snicket.

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captain yesterday wrote:

I have a disc where they pair up metal bands with rappers, Big Pun is on there, I forget who he got paired with, but it's a great song.

Though pairing Rage Against the Machine and Wu-Tang clan was kind of cheating.

But in fairness, I think they also have a song with Wu-Tang and Ozzy, so.

Is that the one with De La Soul and Teenage Fanclub on it, too?

I think it was for some kind of vampire (?) movie, but I may be thinking of something else, or just making stuff up again, wholesale.

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Master Pugwampi wrote:
Rysky wrote:
The Fiend Fantastic wrote:
If you were to play a kineticist, which one?
The blasty one!

*rolls eyes*

As opposed to the contemplative one, I suppose?

It's early on Friday morning, so while scrolling past that, I read it at contraceptive one.

There isn't a contraceptive Kineticist (or a Kineticist contraceptive)

Unfortunately I hope.

'At the Metropolitan Museum of New York, for example, there is no armor for the penis in the armor collection; the armor has an arch and a space where the piece to protect the penis should be, but the penis piece is missing'

Maggie Paley, 'The Book of The Penis'

And although it's actually on p.157. NFSW.:

'Those who practice autofellatio are split about the matter of ejaculation. Some like to swallow it, some like the way it feels on their skin, and some like to listen to it as it whizzes past their ears'

Listen to it as it whizzes past their ears.

Listen to it as it whizzes past their ears.


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'The Book of the Penis', by Maggie Paley.

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[crap Flash Gordon joke] Looks like War Rocket Ajax was going 'that extra mile', then! Ha! Ha! Ha! [/crap Flash Gordon joke]

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This evening, some chaps who are going to a tournament this weekend wanted to practice five vs. five melee at HEMA, so we did that, and it was very good fun, even if all I did was stand in formation and point a longsword at the opposition. It helps to have the one person who's actually trained in using a polearm and a noisy Hungarian man on your team, but we still did pretty well, even winning when it was eight vs. five, when it was close to the end and things started to get a bit silly

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If you could have 1d4 ⇒ 2 different super-powers, what would they be and why? Greater Invisibility at will and SIGHT BEYOND SIGHT!

If, instead, you could be a gestalt of 1d2 + 1 ⇒ (1) + 1 = 2 super heroes, who would you gestalt to be yourself? Why? Which comic universe would you run around in? Would you prefer to be in that one, or this one? I don't really know anything about super heroes, so I'd make my own where Nicki Minaj was Harley Quinn and I was, I don't know, an immense bee.

On the other hand: BAM! You just gained 3d6 ⇒ (1, 2, 6) = 9 levels in a Pathfinder class (or classes)! Which class(es) do you pick, and why? Rog3/Ftr3/Wiz3, just because I loved the old 1e/2e fighter/mage/thief

Incidentally, if you could spontaneously switch races, would you? And if so, to which? An elf. Duh.

Similarly, you won the super-lottery, and gained mythic tiers! Not really looked into the whole Mythic thing

Yet another query: you monster. Specifically, you CR: 1d30 ⇒ 20 (or less) monster! Which are you?! ... and would this have been your first choice? If not, which would be?H'mmm... Ancient copper dragon with a couple of class levels, and yes, it would, unless there is a CR20 bee.

But the wheels of fate-time have spun again, and your everything has been transposed into that of someone else! You've just become a prepublished NPC from an official source! Which prepublished NPC is it? Possibly Mordenkainen. Possibly Zagyg. Possibly Blackjack. EDIT: Or the Gray Mouser, if he's allowable

What campaign setting do you run around in? Why? Hyboria and Lankhmar are published settings, so one of them. Probably Lankhmar. Greyhawk, if I had to choose a D&D-specific setting

As a final thing: blend any and/or all of the above questions into a single ginormous question: an optional blend of a prepublished NPC, monster, and some superheroes all walk into a bar... and out comes you, as a gestalt of those guys, the race you choose, some extra superpowers, and have extra class levels and mythic tiers on top! What are you?! (Other than "awesome" - naturally.) A super magic wizard duellist CR20 elven half-dragon were-bee.

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Onions are supposed to counteract the effects of tear gas, too, but I must stress that I've never tested this personally.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Fireman Gob Montag wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:

Freehold, did you steal my DVD set of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Season 7?

Because if so, thank you, and I am sorry.

it wasn't me, although I would have had entire seconds of amusement by watching the series crackle and burn in the microwave if I did steal it.
Have you considered a career as a fireman? You seem like the type who would relish the job. Of course, you'd can't start out with A-lister Whedon works. You'd have to work your way up the ranks, and we have a huge backlist of other works; the mountain of dubbed anime from Blockbuster discount bins alone would take years to get through.
The scourge of dubbing must be eliminated, this is true.

What has Prince Far I ever done to you ?!

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I Blame Cosmo for the moist, cold and clammy interiors of HEMA protective equipment after it's spent 24 hours coagulating in the back of someone's car.

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Which part of jazz-funk do you like best, the jazz bit or the funk bit?

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About time we had a Smurfette blitz.


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Spanky and Our Gang wrote:


Pink bums
What a
Day for a smack on the tukhes"

Please don't over-excite the elf.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
About to watch suicide squad. Be back later.
Wait! Don't stare directly at the hypnotic short shorts!

too late. Freehold must have.

You lucky so and so.

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Sunday D&D wasn't on, so I spent all afternoon sparring, including successful cloak & dagger vs. tomahawk and buckler fight, then went to the pub, anaethesising my bruised thighs with Laphroaig.

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Baldy vs. Beardy: The Struggle Continues.

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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:
Gotta work tonight, still a little groggy from my (dreamland) Tiger fight.

Did you win?

Not that this has anything to do with anything, but I now automatically read 'Pokemon Go' as 'Poke Mongo'. I suspect that I'm alone in this.

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'Dune' by Frank Herbert

And 'Conan the Avenger' by Bjorn Sprague de Howard.

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Funk for Friday!

The Winstons - Amen, Brother

Apparently (1:26) one of the most sampled breaks of all time.

Could you be the one

Husker Du

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
'Limey, meet 7% abv Polish porter. 7% abv Polish porter, meet Limey'

Pft. I've in my fridge an 11% bourbon barrel aged stout, and I've in the past consumed 12% red ale.

Or, ypu know, we could just stop playing games and go straight for the 47% rum.

Spirits is spirits, and not usually consumed by the pint, unless you're really going for broke.

11% bourbon barrel aged stout sounds alright, though. I'd like a pop at that.

I've had some sort of stupidly strong Italian beer in the past, around the 12-13% mark, but it was bloody horrible.

@ Drejk, there were two. There is now one.

@ Nobodyshome, I don't know what Everclear actually is; there was a band of the same name, but I doubt you'd use them to clean your battlemat. Or maybe you would?

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