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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,653 posts (6,900 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 116 aliases.


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Croatian Trio - Score

Days of Broken Arrows

The Idle Race

Two slices of "pizza" and two Eccles cakes, all for £2, bought from the Pound Bakery.

I have already lost.

thegreenteagamer wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:

Hey! Nobody told me this was 'Forum members you wouldn't like to play with'! I call dibs on Thegreenteagamer!

He'd probably steal all my milk to water down his terrible beverage.

I DO NOT PUT MILK IN MY TEA! What do I look like, a Brit?!

You don't, but I do, and I don't.

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Hmm wrote:

What is everyone's favorite Halloween music? I was doing a Halloween-themed storytime today and realized that many great movie theme songs are also great dance numbers.


Tonight at HEMA, Ex-Army Sergeant tried to teach us knife-fighting. I enjoyed myself, but I don't think he was too impressed (with me, certainly)

There was a D&D campaign setting box set (for 3.5, I think - Green Ronin published it, I think)

It's really expensive if you try and buy the hard copy, but it looks like it's also out on PDF...

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Did they say, 'Ha! Look at the shadows cast by that flag. There's no way that photo's real!' ?

Just the tea will be fine, then.

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Tacticslion wrote:
Raven Moon wrote:
To make the shield just cut a piece of cardboard in the right shape. Spray paint it blue. Put gray duct tape on the outside, to get the silver edges. Tape a couple of recycled straps on the inside to hold it on the arm. It may take a few hours at most.

You say that like we have any of those things except for the cardboard...


No duct tape?

No duct tape?!

Are my immense ears playing tricks on me?

TL, what on earth do you do if something falls apart?

Since John is taking orders, may I please have a cup of tea, Nicki Minaj and around three and a half pounds of unsalted butter?

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Raven Moon wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

What craft-y (or crafty. Or crafty craft-y) things do you do?

Well this year I have made a pair of Alien facehuggers to go on my pumpkins.

I have made mini terrain for miniature tabletop gaming.

I draw, ink and paint my own maps for my homebrew gaming world.

I have made many props for LARPing. Some very nice, some not so well and some that I wish I still had I loved them so much.

I always have a lot of projects going on and I even finish some of them. It drives my wife mad when I have them half finished. Thats only because I need a vital component or something. (i.e. I have everything to make a small smelter for home except the crucible. Thank The King of Random on youtube for the inspiration on that one.)


A home smelter is a bit of a thing :)

What are your main inspirations for your homebrew world?

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Hunt, the PugWumpus wrote:
{slaps Kick Me sign on clone #698's back}

Am I correct in thinking that, for Sneak Attack purposes, that automatically makes you lose your Dex bonus to AC?

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Raven Moon wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Who the hell are you?

Who am I?

Well I am me. Its that simple. Im just another guy trying to enjoy his slice of the fantasy gaming world. I can cook, make maps, create entire gaming worlds. I am a veteran, a combat veteran and I am a disabled veteran. I am a day sleeper and I am more or less retired. I keep to my wife's schedule as she works 12 hour shifts at night. I am tattooed and I like to watch Star Wars and Harry Potter. I like to do crafty things to stay busy as its now difficult to do some of the more physical things I used to do. One thing I am not good at is sewing though, I suck at that.

If you want to know more just ask.

What craft-y (or crafty. Or crafty craft-y) things do you do?

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Of course. Nothing says 'Sanity-wrecking otherdimensional terror' quite like three minutes of Coldplay.

Incidentally, I find that song is quite handy when I go to the doctor's and am too embarrassed to recite my symptoms.

'What seems to be the trouble, Mr Longears?'

*Presses 'Play'*

"...And it was all yellow"

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Tacticslion wrote:
Hypnotato wrote:

I am the Potato in the sky

Looking at you-hoo-hoo


Youhoo is delicious. Youhoohoo, however, is just rancid.


Youhoo didn't scan, whereas Youhoohoo did.

Tacticslion wrote:

"Oh, please, Limey, give me evidence in the shape of the Alan Parsons Project!

For you, Tacticslion, of course.


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gran rey de los nekkid wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Don't know about you lot, but this evening I conquered the tower of Zanbar Bone.
Is that a sex thing? It sounds like a sex thing. A weird, British, sex thing.

Yes, it is.


No, it isn't. I read/played City of Thieves, one of the Fighting Fantasy series of Choose Your Own Adventure gamebooks. The main villain is called Zanbar Bone, and he has a tower.

It might also be a weird British sex thing, of course

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Don't know about you lot, but this evening I conquered the tower of Zanbar Bone.

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NobodysHome wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
You're always welcome to try and corrupt people in other threads.
That's Captain Yesterday's job...

Captain Asmoyesterdayus?

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If it helps, try cataloguing the Captain's aliases. Or perhaps that way lies only madness and despair.

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Yes, you should :)

LLE, or Lawful Lawful Evil.

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Found lots of photos of Longears from days gone by today, all ladies in huge and uncomfortable black dresses and gents with impressive facial hair - many of the latter were doing military things at the same time.

One of them had a bugle. I want a bugle.

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TOZ wrote:
You mean your leg prisons?

Obedience to Trouser Law is true freedom, TOZ.

Which, in this case, stands for 'Trousers On, Zouaves!'

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Happy birthday, Tacticscub! :)

EDIT: I shall put some trousers on, in your honour.

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Back at parent's, for Grandad's funeral, unfortunately.

Discovered that the hymn I thought was called 'Oh, God, Our Help In Ages Past' is actually called 'The Still, Small Voice of Calm'

The cat likes my socks a little bit too much.

Now watching Bournemouth thrash Hull 6-1. As a thoroughly assimilated Yorkshireman, I am appalled.

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Long train journeys mean lots of reading, so am also 3/4 of the way through 'Perdido Street Station'. I like it an awful lot; you can tell he was in the SWP, though.

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'Some Summer Lands' by Jane Gaskell, which features a couple of very unusual ways to put out a candle.

Just your average clone wrote:
GoatToucher. No others.

I think we need to start up a G.O.A.T.A.L PbP, then place bets on how long it takes to be a) closed down b) for permabans to be handed out left, right and centre and c) for the whole internet to be nuked from orbit to expunge any evidence that it ever existed.

It's a really good idea!

Discounted cold roast beef, in a pitta bread, with Ahmed's Mango Pickle.

Ahmed's Mango Pickle is serious pickle business, let me tell you.

Kirth Gersen wrote:
Just started Theieves' World. Finding it hard to believe I'd somehow never read this before now.

You'll definitely enjoy it!

I got 'Titan: The World of Fighting Fantasy' through the post.

TheGreenTeaGameMaster wrote:

Limey -Just know you'd have to look much more regular elven (and mechanically as well).

I specifically chose the race list to have no Kill On Sight races, because that would distract from the main story a bit much.

I already said no to one drow request in PM. I think I'll be okay with half drow, though, whether the other half is human or surface elf. Prejudice is one thing (orcs, tieflings, etc, deal with that) - KOS is another.

That being said Vhaerun has a VERY vested interest in the outcome of this story... Lolth is a definite no. You can add her to the no list of gods.

** spoiler omitted **

Part of the concept is that he can 'pass' in either society... On the margins, at least...

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And on a completely unrelated note, I did the 'Which Socialist Are You?' quiz that was doing the rounds on Faceballs and it said I was 81% Stalin, which I thought was very unfair.

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I've just finished a biography of Fats Waller, which was a bit over-written and light on detail, and 'Dragon' by Steven Brust, which was great.

Now reading 'The Torture Garden', by Octave Mirbeau

You know what, it said IPA on the taps, but I'm pretty sure that it ain't an IPA.

Never mind. It's beer.

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I've always had a hankering to play a half-Drow/half-Moon Elf worshipper of Vhaeraun - probably a fighter/rogue, assassin, or maybe... cleric/rogue?

So I'll probably roll one up, over the next couple of days.

EDIT: Mechanically, it'll be an elf, to all intents and purposes. The half-drow bit'll just be for flavour.

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Snowblind wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:


How do we know elephants can't breathe in a vacuum?


verb: breathe; 3rd person present: breathes; past tense: breathed; past participle: breathed; gerund or present participle: breathing

take air into the lungs and then expel it, especially as a regular physiological process.

***quotations demonstrating that air is a form of matter snipped for brevity***



noun: vacuum; plural noun: vacua; plural noun: vacuums

a space entirely devoid of matter.

By definition, breathing in a vacuum is impossible.

But not for an elephant.

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Aberzombie wrote:
If we took every elephant in the world and laid them end to end in space, all the elephants would die.

How do we know elephants can't breathe in a vacuum?

One would assume not, but to assume makes an ass out of u and me, colleagues.

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NobodysHome wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

Would it be at all practical to buy a 2nd hand lathe and what have you and make them yourself? I can't imagine that they're hugely complex.

I've got a friend who does that for Landrover parts, and yes, I realise that they're not reeeaaaally the same thing...

What happened at the UMass Feminist Club?

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

So, thanks Cosmo?

Sorry to hear about all that, Ms Slaad.

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captain yesterday wrote:
What's wrong with Egypt?

Nothing - it's just that, with Mulhorand (?) or Osirion, it's presented as:


With no context - just Bronze Age Kemet smack in the middle of your otherwise standard Medieval world. Mind you, that sort of thing happens a lot with other cultures, too...

Aranna wrote:
If Greyhawk art is any indication the northern empire that was destroyed by the epic spell "invoked devastation" was the Egyptian one.

The Baklunish always struck me as being more Middle Eastern (Arab/Persian/Berber) in general rather than specifically Egyptian, but you may be right.

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Tacticslion wrote:

Wait, does Greyhawk not have a fake Ancient Egypt or FR. And which is better?

Greyhawk doesn't, which is one of the reasons why I prefer it.

Aren't all grunge rock band personnel half-orcs?

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Teaching assistants go on strike to oppose 25% pay cut.

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Sissyl wrote:
As someone who began FR with FR Adventures, the hardback detailing the changes that had come with the Time of Troubles, I never got into first edition back then. It was, however, the part of the setting that was awesome. Second edition expanded sharply on it, turning the rather focused world with vaguely known surrounding areas into a true kitchen sink

I am fond of FR, since I've done most of my (3.5e and onwards) adventuring in it, but it has got a bit big, especially when you add in Zakhara/Maztika/Kara-Tur and so on. Having said that, all the sourcebooks and what-have-you they brought out on different regions or cities were fantastic - I buy those whenever I can find them 2nd hand.

I like Greyhawk better, though. More Sword & Sorcery-y.

EDIT: Also, it doesn't have a fake Ancient Egyptian state. I think.

Kajehase wrote:
Try one of the ciders - the English are good at those. (One of few areas where I currently prefer England to its northern neighbour.) Not as good as the French, but a clear world number 2.

They get better the further south and west you go...

I have just drunk a drink which contained peas. Can't say I was much of a fan.

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This is the one day of the year when the Fabric of Reality weakens to such an extent that the terrifyingly unknowable THING that is


is able to do more than merely manifest himself as bizarre impulses in the darkest imaginings of those who have gone beyond madness, and it will take the entire staff the entire day to successfully complete the soul-searing rituals that are required to keep the Wards that ensure the safety of our entire universe intact.

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

On the one hand, I'll be spending the rest of the holiday season working my ass off to make money to make up what I just spent on airline tickets. I also have a grueling 20 hour flight at the end of holiday travel season, and will be high over the Atlantic Ocean as the clock strikes New Year's.

On the other hand, on the afternoon of 1st January I plant my feet on British soil for the first time, ready to spend the week being cold and wet as I explore London.

Go to The Wallace Collection

Look at the swords!

There's also The Horniman Museum, which is fascinating.

Not that kind of fascinating, (unfortunately?) but still fascinating.

You'll be lucky if you can get a pint for less than £5-£6, though.

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My brother and I went out for Turkish food earlier on, then went to see someone trying to reproduce 'Endtroducing' by DJ Shadow live, with no samples. They did a pretty good job, overall, the drummer especially.

After that, I had to explain the theory and practice of [Flaming bike redaction] to him on nothing stronger than blackcurrant squash, which was a bit of a strain, let me tell you.

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Sir Lord Baltimore - Sir Lord Baltimore

What You Do To Me

Teenage Fanclub

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