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MY favorite was Forgotten realms, (Sorry, but I actually LIKE the crazy old wizard! So sue me!) ;P
And we played with some of that, but mostly we just played D&D, and rarely ever worried about what world we were in, or what country, or how we got from the Caves of Chaos to the desert for the Pyramid adventure. ;P

And I enjoyed that, but now that I'm older, (Notice I didn't say 'mature') I enjoy the world-building just as much as the adventures. :D


Cool,

Meaning I don't have a clue. ;P

I mean, I played 1E & 2E, but wasn't so much into the lore back then. Unless it was something that really caught our fancy ans we actually looked up all the information we could find on it.
(Not as easy as it is now, darn the Pre-interwebs Dark Ages!) ;P

Example- both Dark Sun and Ravensloft caught the interest of some in my group, so I know a little more than nothing about them. :/ (I actually never wanted to play Ravensloft when younger, the idea of playing in a horror world actually frightened me! :) I wasn't into scary movies.) ;P

I didn't realize that a power being erased was part of the D&D lore. THIS should be,... fun. yeah sure. Fun. ;P


Vacation is good.

Long drive is bad.

Drive safe, and have fun! :)


Oi, I hate the long drives!

Be careful, and have fun! :)


Yeah, what the Mousekewitz said!

;)

Right now, in my life? Easy is king! :) (I wish!) ;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Conspiracy Buff wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ye gods, how can I get so out of shape in 10 days?
You've probably been infected by a 5th Dimensional parasite. They have to compress down to fit in our dimension, and so always add a s@~! ton of mass.
CURSE YOU 5TH DIMENSIONAL PARASITE!!!

<Aging wizard looks at his own expanding center of mass>

You SURE it's only a 5th dimensional parasite? FEELS more like 7 or 8,...

:P


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I am feeling a bit more like myself.

First day this week I haven't coughed until i felt like retching, or broken out into a cold sweat without preamble.

Glad your feeling better!

I've been coughing/hacking a lot lately as well FH, Of course in my case, it;s likely due to the interaction with all of the soggy garage contents, the mold,(WHITE mold? REALLY?!? Where does this #$%^ come from?!?!?) :/ The dust/mildew from the wall panels and baseboards, etc, etc.

I'm fairly certain that that gunk has settled in my sinuses and lungs, and is making me sick. I'm not hack-a-lung bad yet, but I feel it trying! :P

Ugh. Flooding. A bibliophile's worst nightmare...

Indeed Monkey. Indeed. :(


Freehold DM wrote:

I am feeling a bit more like myself.

First day this week I haven't coughed until i felt like retching, or broken out into a cold sweat without preamble.

Glad your feeling better!

I've been coughing/hacking a lot lately as well FH, Of course in my case, it;s likely due to the interaction with all of the soggy garage contents, the mold,(WHITE mold? REALLY?!? Where does this #$%^ come from?!?!?) :/ The dust/mildew from the wall panels and baseboards, etc, etc.

I'm fairly certain that that gunk has settled in my sinuses and lungs, and is making me sick. I'm not hack-a-lung bad yet, but I feel it trying! :P


heh, Yeah that usually doesn't stay secret long. ;)
So,... PUBLIC congratz! :D


Sweet! :)


I do NOT have a rolld20 account, and to be honest, I'm not really looking to add yet ANOTHER account to my already crowded book(s) of account profile information. (I'm up to 3 little books with account info in them) ;P

HOWever, I'm always up for learning new things, and if it helps, and the rest want to, I won't argue against it either. :)

I can see why it would help the GM, ;) and can see how it might solve problems (NO! I said X7 not X8! Not in AoO range!) ;P

Meh, now I'm sounding more wishy-washy than usual! I'll roll with the majority, :D


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Heh, Gratz!

Welcome to the club Monkey! ;)
Aye. The old guy club :P

Old in body, young in heart! ;)


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Woo-hoo! Congrats, Patrick!

Treppa wrote:

:O

WOWSERS! Awesome! :D

(I would watch the hell out of an Inspector Treppa cartoon.)

+ 1 !


Heh, Gratz!
Welcome to the club Monkey! ;)


I'm not old!

I've always been this wrinkly and bald. Seriously. ;P


Sorry to hear the Con is slow starting FH.

Sorry if you've mentioned this before, (but I'm an OLD wizard, and my mind isn't what it used to be!) ;P

What is it you sell at the conventions? :)

EDIT- I don't get to attend many conventions, but in my limited experience, isn't the Fri night is usually the slowest? As it takes the attendees a day or so to decide what they want to spend their money on? Or they are like me, and wait until the last possible minute to part with their cash before leaving. ;)


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Huhn,...
At first glance it (Poutine) doesn't sound that great, (I LOVED the 'curds tried to become cheese and failed' comment) :)

But, the more that I think about it, the more I think I might like it, if it was made right.

Probably not good for me! But then according to my Doctor, nothing I like to eat is good for me, so,.,.. ;P


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BANANA!!!

(FIFY) ;)


Beam me up Scotty! ;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

As an aside: Anyone who wants a stirring epic to listen to as they drive along could do worse than the Silmarillion. The narrator has one of those voices that makes you think of Homer and Odysseus. And the story! Flame-hearted Faenor and his crafting of the Silmarils. Melkor/Morgoth and dread Ungoliant and their destruction of the Two Trees. The rise and fall of Numenor.

Epic

I should get that for my wife. She's always meant to read the Silmarillion, and it would make her commute a little more fun.
I could never get through the book. The audiobook works much better

Yeah, I've made it through the book twice, and it was worth it, BUT it was work, not easy! :P

Audiobook sounds MUCH better! (Pun not intended, but acceptable) ;)


Thanks,
Me too! :/


Tilnar wrote:
You two seem to have the worst luck, Treppa.

"If it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all,..."

;P


Call me anything EXCEPT late for dinner!
:)

Sorry, Besides being busy, I have been dealing with the flood-pocalypse here in southern Lousy-anna.

I got a little water in my house, not bad at all, BUT it came in through my garage.
Everything on the floor not in tupperware was a complete loss.

Did I mention that both my wife and I are packrats? :/

So, spent last 3 days clearing out my garage and salvaging what I could.

Good news, my GARAGE is cleaner than it was when I moved in!

bad news, my HOUSE looks like a disaster area, (from all of the stuff we brought in trying to save) ANd it is now raining again. :P

Sigh,... Why can't life be like PbP's? ;P
Um, you know, with the GOOD GM's?!? ;)


Hey all,
Sorry, Besides being busy, I have been dealing with the flood-pocalypse here in southern Lousy-anna.

I got a little water in my house, not bad at all, BUT it came in through my garage.
Everything on the floor not in tupperware was a complete loss.

Did I mention that both my wife and I are packrats? :/

So, spent last 3 days clearing out my garage and salvaging what I could.

Good news, my GARAGE is cleaner than it was when I moved in!

bad news, my HOUSE looks like a disaster area, (from all of the stuff we brought in trying to save) ANd it is now raining again. :P

Sigh,... Why can't life be like PbP's? ;P


Garage is now cleaner than the rest of the house.

Of course this will not do. NOW I have to clean the house
(Looks like a disaster struck, since I brought in all the salvageable stuff from the garage to try and,... salvage it.) ;P

Seems somebody liked my pile of trash. While I was at work this morning, someone obviously went through my pile of waterlogged garbage and actually took a couple of things. Including a large plastic tub with the remains of an old inflatable swimming pool in it.

One mans trash is another mans treasure! ;)


Enjoy your break!


Patrick Curtin wrote:
My current reality

Your current reality is so much more peaceful and attractive than mine. ;P

Enjoy!
(And oh yeah, do NOT forget the sunscreen!) ;)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Wifi! Sweet full-strength wifi!!

This.

Me.
Yesterday.
(When COX finally got it's collective @$$ in gear and restored my information services) ;P


Patrick Curtin wrote:


This monkey is glad you came through (mostly) unscathed.

I come to you from the wilds of Canadia. I am in the verdant idyll known as Ingonish, lounging in my $50 CDN/night motel room with a private beach (!!) and a view of Cape Smokey (!!!). Oh, and they also have free wifi. Not GREAT wifi, but free wifi. I get spotty one-bar service, so I can post every so often. No major PbP stuff though. Not gonna happen.

And the Wizard is glad that you are enjoying yourself in what sounds like a very nice spot! Have a drink (on the beach!) for me!

(Seriously, I ran out of alcohol during all of this nonsense. No time/money to restock as I'm buying cleaning supplies and PLASTIC storage containers. have a drink for me!) ;P

Have fun monkey! May no storms disturb your peaceful retreat!


LOL!
I don't even know what Takayoki is (I'll google it soon) But after this weekend, I'll bet it tastes good! ;)

Thanks for well-wishes all, Much appreciated. We'll be fine.

There are people just down the street with all of their furniture and carpet on the curb now. I firmly believe that God just decided to remind me how good I have it, (been feeling put-upon by work and such lately)

Oh, AND he decided to add a little incentive for cleaning out the garage. I HAVE been saying I'll get around to it for 8 years now,... ;P

Oh, my neighbor (or at least her grand kid) has also inherited all of my childrens old play stuff, like a large at-home bouncy castle, and princess play tent,...

She told me "I LIKE it when you clean your garage!" ;P


You think he'll make it?


Yep, I keep telling myself it could be MUCH worse, just down the block there are folks with all of their furniture sitting on the curb. :(

Unfortunately, while we have had a nice dry day or two, we have more rain coming,.. and there are still flooded areas from the first time, and roads still closed,...

Several of the local public schools got water, so 1 day going back to school the kids get a week break! ;)
One school was so bad I'm told it would be better to just bulldoze it than try to repair it. :P (Not one that my kids go to, but still!)


I'm back!
Sort of,... ;P


Hi!

Cable/internet magically reappeared today. Yay!

After 2 days of cleaning out flooded garage my back hurts. Boo!

Will catch up soon as I can.
Just dont expect my usual novel length posts for a few more days. :)


Wow.
Some people will do ANYthing to get out of work!
;P

(J/K! No hurty!) ;)

Get better soon Treppa!


Hey guys gals and monkeys,... ;P

So, COX finally got their act together. AFTER all teh rain has come and gone.

Yeah the Wiz and family are still here. Mostly dry. :P

Short story, water always comes up on back porch, so was expecting flood from there, It came up to back door, and front door, ,...
THEN came in the garage! And straight up to and in the house door from there! Was NOT ready for that.
Rassin frassin water,...

So, everything that was on the floor of garage and not in tupperware was destroyed. Not only things I should have put up or gotten rid of years ago (Video tapes, hardback books I knew were somewhere) but things we wanted/needed, like my wife's teaching material books. Not cheap. And there were a LOT of them. :(

On the bright side, Now I'm getting my garage cleaned up. My wife can start parking her car in there again. And if I clean up/rearrange properly, so can I! (That'll be first!)

It did get into the house, but only a little bit, kept it along the wall by the door, and a foot or so onto my carpet.

I keep telling myself, it could be much worse. I could be throwing out all of my furniture, and ripping out drywall.
Or, living in a shelter and moving again like after Katrina.
(ARGH! NO! BAD flashback! Bad!)
;P

Now have to get back up to speed on PbP's, work, and preparing for my extra theater class I teach on Tuesday nights for a teensy bit of extra cash. :D

Busy wizard is very busy,...

So, Hope you all are high and dry? :)


Hey just FYI
I'm in middle of floodpocalypse here in south louisana
No tv Internet or home phone
When I actually need it Cox cable fails me entirely
I'll be replacing it immediately
First I have to survive another week of rain and get the water damage to my house repaired
Please pass along to my pbp's that I am out of contact
Will return soon as services are restored
Many thanks


Heat=Bad.

Heat with no AC? Stupid bad. ;P


Wow. It took them 5 hours of rain to call it on account of rain? :/

You guys must really be used to a lot of rain.
(And I'm in Louisiana, our DRY humidity is near (or feels like) 100%) ;P

All is good monkey, all is good. :)


Heh,
Real Life is what happens to you while trying to play games! ;P

I guess you had to make up for all of that fun you had over the weekend huh? ;)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
I do not recommend tossing hay bales in the pouring rain for exercise.

That sounds a lot more like work than exercise. :P

Hope you feel better soon!


Welcome back! :)

I think so.
I think we were mostly just waiting on you. ;)
(Ok, I was waiting on you.) ;P


Sweet!
It seemed by your posts that a good time was had? :)


<Waves gratz to Aeglos, digital hug to Treppa, goes to fix dinner.>

(Fried Salmon patties and mac-n-cheese, if you wondered.) ;P


Easy, treading WAY too close to how I felt allowing my teen to drive today,... ;P

Yes, she passed her driving classes. Doesn't mean she's ready.
Even if she IS, it doesn't mean I'M ready! :P


"Happy Fuzzy Friends Day!"

Yeah, That works better! ;)


Alive.

A very good way to start the day! ;)

Happy Monday Treeforters!

(Talk about an oxymoron,... 'Happy' and 'Monday' really shouldn't be used in the same sentence. Ever.) ;P


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Ok, NOW I have an image of an angry monkey chasing a dragon down the street, the dragon dropping RPG books in his haste to escape,...

Thanks, I needed that! ;)


Glad to hear it +3! :)


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
Wonderful night last night. I got to sit in the front row of the Pearl Jam concert at Fenway. So awesome!
Nice! I'm going to the Tempke of the Dog show in November at Madison Square Garden
Also Pomme Frites and Beetle Bar. ;)
That too! :D

WHY does this also sound like something we would find in the afore-mentioned PbP? ;P

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