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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
And... I'm unemployed again.
F~$&. I'm sorry man.

Crudmuffins. Me too. (Sorry)


Happy post-b-day weekend Tilnar! ;P


HAppy Monday! :D


Iz all good, have fun!

See you soon!


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hey, Long as your doing something you want, (Earning money is good!)
Iz all good! ;P

Have fun, see you soon,

I'll work on the next journal entry! :)


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I get bouts of dizziness, headaches, and hurting eyes on five hours of sleep... I have no idea how do you keep this up...

Honestly ... I don't know. It seems to take a lot for me to get tired. I seem to be able to function with minimal sleep. I can take a 20-30 minute catnap and I awake refreshed. I don't feel deprived, hallucinatory or anything. I just don't really need to sleep all that much. In the past two months there's been one day where I got 8+ hours of sleep. Most days are averaging 5-6. With some days 2-3.

I didn't even realize it until I got my FitBit. I'm not even sure if this is new or just the way I have been all along.

Oi,

I have never been able to 'catnap' or 'powernap'. Once I pass out, if I don't get at least a couple of hours I just can't wake back up. Very lethargic.

OTOH, I USED to be able to fully function on only a couple of hours sleep a night. (Did that many times in college) Of course, after a week or so of that I needed at least a day of sleeping in to recharge. ;P

Yeah,... I can't do that anymore,... :P


lol!


Patrick Curtin wrote:
I've got a BBQ to plan for Monday. It's time for Lammas. Hard to believe the harvest is upon us.

Mmmm,... BBQ,... ;P


Traffic home is usually horrid.

Traffic home with paycheck is usually better. :)


Hah!
Like the cards Cartmanbeck! :)
Very fun.


Sorry about the long post guys.
I had a thought, and went with it, and it turned into a full on Justin ramble as I wrote it. :)

Hopefully he's worrying for nothing,... <Hint, Hint>

(I REALLY should stop giving the Dungeon Monkey Ideas,...) ;P


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SEIZE THE DAY!!!

(And then throttle it if it tries to get away from you!)

I mean,.... "Love it and hug it and call it George." [/bugs bunny cartoon]

:)

Happy Freaky Friday Treeforters! ;P

(And yes, it IS freakin humid down south here. How did you know?) :/


???
So I first wondered if the characters IN Downtown Abbey were drunk. Then re-read your above post and realized YOU were WATCHING Downtown Abbey while drunk.

Which I admit sounds pretty entertaining. :)

(Yes, it's late, and I'm tired.) ;P

Enjoy the British funny!


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LOL! I know the feeling!

OK lads and lasses, here it is (A VERY short version, (the usual stat block) I usually keep a VERY long detailed character sheet in the profile, which admittedly makes it hard to find things sometimes) ;P

ANd I still haven't picked a name yet,...

Spoiler:

Swashy Cleric
Human (Chelaxian) cleric of Cayden Cailean 1
CG Medium humanoid (human)
Init +3; Senses Perception +3
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Defense
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AC 18, touch 13, flat-footed 15 (+3 Dex, + Buckler)
hp 10 (1d8+2)
Fort +4, Ref +3, Will +5
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Offense
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Speed 40 ft.
Melee rapier +3 (1d6 /18-20 X2)
Ranged Sling +3 (1d4 X2)
Special Attacks channel positive energy 5/day (DC 12, 1d6)
Domain Spell-Like Abilities (CL 1st; )
Adoration (Su) (6/day)
Cleric Spells Prepared (CL 1st; concentration +3)
. . 1st—bane (DC 13), bless, Charm Person[D]
. . 0 (at will)—create alcohol (ale or wine), light, resistance
. . D Domain spell; Domains Charm (Love subdomain), Travel
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Statistics
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Str 10, Dex 16, Con 14, Int 10, Wis 16, Cha 14
Base Atk +0; CMB +0; CMD 14
Feats Weapon Finesse, Selective Channeling
Traits reckless, Conspiracy Hunter
Skills Acrobatics +8 (+12 to jump), Bluff +7, Diplomacy +6, Sense Motive +7, Heal, +6,
Languages Celestial, Common
SQ agile feet (5/day),
Other Gear chain shirt, rapier, Buckler, Sling, Backpack w/Adventuring gear
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Special Abilities
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Cleric Channel Positive Energy 1d6 (4/day, DC 12) (Su) Positive energy heals the living and harms the undead; negative has the reverse effect.
Cleric Domain (Charm-Love Subdomain)
Adoration (6/day) (Su) Immediate action, as Sanctuary vs one attack
Cleric Domain (Travel) Granted Powers: You are an explorer and find enlightenment in the simple joy of travel, be it by foot or conveyance or magic. Increase your base speed by 10 feet.
Agile Feet (6/day) (Su) For 1 rd, you ignore difficult terrain.
Selective Channeling Exclude targets from the area of your Channel Energy.


Drejk wrote:
Project k2 was expanded by 700 words more to write.

That's good, yes? :/


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Celestial Healer wrote:

So, I just stood a couple feet away from Colin Quinn on the train. I thought to myself, "He always seemed like kind of a douche, but still it's cool if that's really him."

I wasn't sure, though, so I Googled for pictures of him. Up comes his Twitter feed with a picture of a subway car and this: "You poor dumb "normals" don't even know who's standing right next to you."

My first instinct was right, then. Guy's a douche.

LOL

I googled him as well (Name didn't ring any bells, it has been DECADES since I watched SNL) and the second thing to pop up was his twitter feed, with that still on it. ;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Well, anyone who revels in others' misfortunes tempts karma.

I am headed to yet another job interview Monday. If I get it, that will be job#3. That's kind of crazy, but rent must be paid.

[Jack Black from School of Rock] "But the legend of the Rent, was way past due!" "And the Legend of the Rent was way Hard Core!"[/Jack Black]

OI, NEVER tempt Karma. Never.

She is a Cold-Hearted b!#$%

;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Aranna wrote:
And yeah I am weird and made a burger for breakfast.
Lol, I usually have breakfast at 330am, and it's whatever cafeteria leavings were left for the hospital overnight staff. Makes for an interesting meal

At least your 'Breakfast' isn't boring! ;P

My mom still likes to have a 'Big Breakfast' (Eggs, Biscuits, gravy, bacon, etc) for dinner. ;)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
~thinks~ I wonder what level of Hell I would be in if I had to hunt for a new job for the rest of eternity?

I feel like I am always hunting for a new job.

Interview coming up Monday! Wish me luck!

Good Luck! :)


Sharoth wrote:
Good luck Drejk. Job hunting is in my top 10 "I hate doing this!!!" list.

YES

Right underneath "I Hate Moving" ;P


OH yeah,
I'm being old and confused again. Aren't I? :/

ARAMIS, ATHOS they all sound the same after a while,... ;P

So , I'm going the ARAMIS route I think. :)


No worries, Thanks a lot!

Athos wuz a what now?!? :P

I've read the book several times, but it was WAY back in grade, middle and high school.

I guess I'm thinking the 1990's version of the movie, Where Porthos was a gadgeteer, and Athos was deeply religious, AND an unrepentant 'wooer of women'. :)


Oh yeah! Thx for the reminder!
:)

You don't happen to know off top of your head the Trait for Bluff as a class skill?
My favorite site for PF info (The D20PFSRD site) is flaking out on me today, keeps lagging out my PC, something about unresponsive scripts. :P


You asked for it!
I mean, Thank you! ;)

OK, so I am used to playing Wizzies with High IQ, (And ergo lots of skill points) With a Int 10 Human I have 3 /lvl max (2 class +1 Human, if i don't put it into HP instead) :P

(Stats currently at: Str 10, Dex 16, Con 14, Int 10, Wis 16, Cha 14)

So,... Bluff looks very useful for a swashbuckling Cleric, but its not on the Cleric list. SO what trait gives you Bluff as a Class skill? (I guess I could just use it non-class, but it falls behind in usefulness pretty quickly)

I think I'd like to go the 'Amorous/Charming lover' Route with this guy, a'la Athos. (OK, he'll be the DRUNK amorous lover guy)
Even thinking of taking the Charm domain along with Travel.

I COULD use Diplomacy to charm my way into their skirts, But with Bluff being so useful in combat, ... (And it sounds more fun to BLUFF my way into,... certain situations!) :D


Hm,... I DO like the 'Freedom Variant Channel' power, but not thrilled about only healing (or harming) for 1/2 the usual amount.

And yes, NOW I'm posting my thoughts as I'm building the PC.
Sorry,...

;P


SO, Picked 1 trait
(Reckless, needed to make Acrobatics a Class skill, Very important!)

But there are SO many other fitting good ones! Both for a ladies man, and /or a cleric of Caydean!)

Accelerated drinker,
Thrill seeker
Fortified drinker
Alluring
Adventurous imbiber
Reckless Luck
Fast talker

So,... on with the rest of the PC, ;P


I'm here,
And Working on it,.... :)


GM Treppa wrote:

I'm beginning to think every adventurer needs a lackey.

I,... will not disagree with this,... ;)

I AM working on my PC (for both new threads) even when I'm HOME I'm flippin busy!

Basically the same as the suggestion that you posted before Treppa, I'm tweaking a few things, but taking all of the advice and trying to find that one 'quirk' that I can use to make it a memorable PC.
(And the one I can have the most fun with!) ;P


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Drejk wrote:
Treppa wrote:
taig wrote:
Darth Yoda wrote:

Good luck!

He'll need it.

He actually wants to teach middle schoolers.

I admit I don't fully understand. ;)

You've raised a brave, brave man. You should be proud.
Or crazy and you should be worried...

Or both! ;)

Either way, ,... Congratz!

Annnnnd Good luck! (He WILL need it!) ;P


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Happy HUMP day! :)

(Can this week be over with now? Pretty please?) ;P


Everything is topsy-turvey these days it seems. :P

Best wishes for everyone feeling better and everything improving soon!

Early Happy Birthday wishes for Missus Zombeh!

:)


I also have collected many, many,.... (too many) Dead trees in my home office.
I love the books!

I have 2 walls in my office lined with bookshelves. (4 & 1/2 shelves) It is NOT enough for all the books I keep buying. :/


Coffee indeed! <Salutes with mug>


Has anyone else seen the preview for "A Monster Calls" starring Liam Neeson as the Monster? It looks pretty good from the preview.


My parents old ones were so sensitive that cooking from DOWNSTAIRS would set it off, and even a bit of hairspray would trigger it.

It got to where we just left cans on top to deactivate them, (there was a pressure sensitive button on top to silence it, but it wouldn't reset it, just silence it as long as you held it) since that was much easier than taking out the batteries. ;P

Smoke alarms are a pain.

A useful, life-saving pain to be certain, but a pain nonetheless.


GM Treppa wrote:
Remember, these lackeys are NPC hirelings, not cohorts from the leadership feat, so I'll be playing them. :P

Even better! :)


I have to consider this,

I just know me, and I could easily abuse this too much.
Purely for my own amusement, of course. :P

Still,... I CAN see the 'experienced' and worldly Cleric of Caydean having a younger, brash and irrepressible youthful priest-in-training that he is constantly having to bail out of trouble. Sort of like a Dartagnan, (I can't spell that name)

Of course, it would REALLY be more likely that the young priest-in-training is the responsible one, constantly bailing his mentor out of trouble. :D


I have had a lot of those lately. :P

My wife says I should be more concerned.

She's usually right. I should listen to her. ;P


LOL!

This should be fun,... :)


Patrick Curtin wrote:

You stab with your steely knives, but you just can't kill the beast!

****

Because it has DR10/Magic

ROFL!

I luv it when old songs suddenly make sense again! ;P


I am BACK in town!
(And unlikely to leave again anytime soon. Piggy bank is empty)
:P

Soon as I get caught back up at work on my REAL work, I will complete the PC post-haste! ;)


I am BACK in town!
(And unlikely to leave again anytime soon. Piggy bank is empty)

Soon as I get caught back up at work on my REAL work, I will complete the PC post-haste!


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

I grew up drinking the inexpensive store brand of orange pekoe/black tea brewed and chilled. When dad got promoted to manager/foreman, we upgraded to drinking chilled Luzianne*, which is still my preference. I only drink hot tea when I have a sore throat or feeling sick, and even then I think I only use it as a delivery mechanism for honey and whisky. I'm not a fan of Lipton, but it's better than Nestea or Tetley.

* Using my grandma's hand-me-down 1 1/2-qt pyrex measuring cup filled with water and microwaved until just under boiling, then steeped for about an hour. Never owned a kettle. Dad is the true heathen: he brews his tea in the spare drip coffee maker. But then he also drinks Busch beer {shudder}, so I think his taste buds are nearly shot.

LOL!

Oh, wait,... That's me too,... :/

(The taste buds shot, NOT the Busch beer! Ew!) ;P

Dang, NOW this conversation is re-igniting my love of Tea!
To the store! (I'm out of my requisite morning Earl Grey or English Breakfast Teas anyway)


Beholders?!? WHERE?!?

<_< >_>


I haven't seen the new Ghostbusters movie yet.
I actually think that I will enjoy it, all the clips I see with the new actresses are funny.
Is it supposed to be a follow-up to the original? Or a re-boot?
I'm cool with a 'new generation' ghostbusters thing, but endless remakes are beginning to annoy me. ;P (How many batman/spiderman origin movies do we need?!?) ;P

I DID get to see the new Tarzan with my wife last week. I liked it.
But I'm a fan of the old school tarzan movies (and original books) so it would have to be pretty bad for me not to enjoy it at least a little. It was an enjoyable adventure in the world of Tarzan.

Minor spoiler:

Spoiler:

(Meaning, no way were some of those swinging tricks even remotely realistically achievable, no matter how strong your arms are, but they were he!!a fun to watch!

Hopefully I'll be able to go out and see some more movies IN the theaters before kids school starts back up again.


Patrick Curtin wrote:


Patience is a virtue. Meditation helps. If you get easily wound up working at a hospital is not for you.

It's not just addicts. Even perfectly reasonable people can become berserk when a family member is sick and they perceive that their needs aren't being met to their satisfaction.

I had a woman screaming at the top of her lungs in the ER yesterday afternoon because she 'wasn't being seen quickly'. When I and my coworker thundered towards her at full tilt (not knowing the situation, just that someone was going ape sh!t) she looks at us and screams 'DON'T WORRY! I'M NOT GOING TO FREAK OUT!" Lol. If that is your definition of calm lady, I'd hate to see you upset.

LOL, Yes, I like to think that I'VE never done that. <Whistles>

But I know that when my kids are on the line, my wife's calm/sanity goes completely out the window.

I manage to keep mine for much (ok at least a little) longer, but Mine goes too. ;P


LOL!

I actually like several different types of teas,
However, I still buy them all as needed in neat little tea bags.

Being civilized takes time and effort, and I'm running short on both at this point in my life. ;P

Currently I prefer Earl Grey in the morning, (THEN my coffee!)
If I drink tea later in the day/night it is usually Some flavor of Green tea.

Still, as much as I like tea (I used to be a tea-teetotaler. But then Grad school happened,...) ;P I NEEDS my coffee. I've managed to get it toned down to 1 or 2 (big) cups a day now, but I still needs those cups!
:)


As I said, HOW you can manage to deal with people like that, however infrequently, without giving them an actual reason to NEED an emergency room, is beyond my mortal capacity. ;)


Lol! ;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Lord. Spare me from your addicted children. They try my last good nerve
[pouty, bratty child look]What did I do this time?[/pouty, bratty child look]
I don't know about you, Bratz Dragon, but this is my life today. *sigh*.

Ouch indeed.

If your work day is even HALF that bad,... how do you cope without actually giving the guy a reason to NEED an emergency room?!?!?
;P

I don't have nearly that much patience left anymore. Good for you! :)

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