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Pathfinder Society Member. 15,026 posts (15,871 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 36 aliases.


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Why don't you just do the Greek Gods (and heroes) go to Dr. Phil for help?


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Looks like tropical depression 9 will miss us here in Sanibel Island/Lee County (except for plenty of rain) but it looks like it'll strengthen into tropical storm Hermine and smack into the Florida panhandle Thursday morning.

Hope you and yours stay safe, GreenTeaGamer (and anyone else in the projected cone).

It might also drop some rain in Savannah as it heads back out to sea.


~laughter~


Glad to hear that Treppa!


~shakes my head~ That is not funny! ~puts my scales back on~


Aranna wrote:

American Dad?

A cartoon series. I do not really care for it, but the wife loves it. Then again, I also do not have much of a sense of humor either, so that might explain me not liking it.


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I don't give a Sith about this argument.


Boo!!! That was way too cheerful!


10,000 Maniacs - Like the weather


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Joe Cocker - When the night comes


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captain yesterday wrote:

Wait! We're not on her will!

Damn it!!

I was going to auction the video games to finance my kick ass jug band, Steve Vai does not come cheap.

~shakes my head sadly~ She is smart. It keeps us from assassinating her to get her stuff. Dratted laws getting in the way of our evil deeds.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:

My father finds it baffling why I have 7 bottles of hard liquor in various states of consumption, two of which are rum and three of which are whiskey. He just doesn't get it.

One needs Irish whiskey for simple, basic whiskey drinking. Nice and earthy, makes a body comfortable.

One needs a special whisky for more "been doing really good lately" drinking. Ideally this would be scotch, but the overpriced French whisky does the job just as well.

One needs bourbon for watching/reading Westerns/other American fiction.

One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

One needs gin for getting a bit rowdy but not as rowdy as tequila.

One needs black rum for dark mixed drinks. Very assertive, makes itself known through cola well.

One needs light rum for lighter mixed drinks or drinking straight. Nice and versatile.

Repetitive use of the word "need" for alcohol, all joking aside, sounds kind of worrisome. I hope you are drinking responsibly, because this kind of sounds like stories I've heard at 12 step meetings I've been to...

It's more that I sell alcohol for a living, so I talk about it a lot, and am expected to know a lot. Knowing the right liquor for the right occasion is serious business, and practice makes one better at preaching. Matching beer, wine, and cider to food is just as big a deal, and I keep a variety on hand for different types of cooking.

I'd rather buy half a dozen liquor bottles, open them all, and have them around for months than buy and drink them one at a time, and it drives my dad nuts.

We understand. It is just that we care for you (since we are not on your will) and want you to have a good life. Please take care of yourself.


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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

Is it irony if I spent the last three years recommending my favorite FLGS to people coming in to work looking for boardgames we didn't have, thus driving up their demand for boardgames so much they stop getting pathfinder books, to make room for all the boardgames.

Cause, it kinda feels like it.

That sucks. They really need to have a RPG area set aside for you, I mean the rest of us.


Gratz!!!


Aberzombie wrote:
Also, now I feel old(er).

It's ok, Grandpa. You are not that old. ~thinks~ Oh. Right. You are! ~RUNS~


I will pick this up after I have played and finished the other Deus Ex games. But it does sound good.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
In other news: I have secured job #3! Huzzah!
Glad to hear that! Now, can I borrow some money? ~grins and runs~

Lol. My horde was spent on adventuring to the great Gaming Conclave and then to the Isle of Lobsters. I need to find a wealthy dragon to replenish my loot...hmmmm

Eyes Sharoth speculatively

~slinks away quietly~

Edit - I think it is time to put some more points into stealth.


My favorite Skid Row song. The video is also a very sad one too.


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Also, I wanted to say "Thank You!" to all the people posting on this thread. I have learned a lot and appreciate all the comments, even the ones that I might not agree with.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
In other news: I have secured job #3! Huzzah!

Glad to hear that! Now, can I borrow some money? ~grins and runs~


Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Honestly, I doubt that the human race will be wiped out. We will hurt the world, but it has been through worse. HAVING said that, it still doesn't make it right and we need to do something about the damage that we are doing. Plus, I live on the coastline. I don't want to possibly be under water. I am already under water with my mortgage, so I do not want to repeat it. ~grins~

The human race might not be wiped out, but it will be a pretty crappy existence that we bequeath to our descendants. They'll be living in the ruins of a civilisation that won't be able to bootstrap itself back up because we've already dug up and used the easily extractable resources. It will be a human race that has gone through a dieoff so great that the Black Plague would look like a weekend outbreak of Legionaire's disease.

For a look at how the bad scenario plays out, I submit Earth 2100

Oh, I agree that it could be (and probably will be) pretty horrible.
The point that I'm making is that it's not a binary moment. The video describes various degrees of horror and pestilence. It's disngenous at the least to come into this with an attitude of "well we missed the deadline at 2012, or 2017, so there's no point of doing anything at all." Lucy's World demonstrates that no matter how bad the situation can get, we have the choice to make it worse, or better. What we need is the collective will.

I agree. No matter what happens, us doing nothing or not changing our ways will make things worse. We have to do something.


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Good luck, lucky7. I am sorry to hear about your romance woes. Hopefully good things are on the horizon.


Guys (and gals)! Can we at least agree that it doesn't matter what other events are occurring to affect the climate? It only matters what WE, the human race is doing to affect the climate and this world. That is the ONLY thing that we can really control. No matter what effect we are having, it is a negative affect. Cleaning up the mess and being responsible humans is all that matters.

Edit - All I want to know is what ideas do you all have to help make this world a better place? This is a beautiful world and I want to keep it beautiful.


Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Honestly, I doubt that the human race will be wiped out. We will hurt the world, but it has been through worse. HAVING said that, it still doesn't make it right and we need to do something about the damage that we are doing. Plus, I live on the coastline. I don't want to possibly be under water. I am already under water with my mortgage, so I do not want to repeat it. ~grins~

The human race might not be wiped out, but it will be a pretty crappy existence that we bequeath to our descendants. They'll be living in the ruins of a civilisation that won't be able to bootstrap itself back up because we've already dug up and used the easily extractable resources. It will be a human race that has gone through a dieoff so great that the Black Plague would look like a weekend outbreak of Legionaire's disease.

For a look at how the bad scenario plays out, I submit Earth 2100

Oh, I agree that it could be (and probably will be) pretty horrible.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I got my first "you don't look forty!" comment today.

Not really sure how I feel about that, beyond I don't feel forty, so it's kinda weird.

Nope! You don't look 40. OTOH, 70 or 80 might work! ~grins and runs~


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Or are you scared of our alien overlords? A little bit of genetic tinkering will not hurt anyone.


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The Doomkitten wrote:

I've fallen into the habit of sleeping with a hoodie on, fully clothed, with boots on, my phone, charger, and wallet in pockets, and a crowbar nearby and fully-stocked survival backpack nearby.

I honestly don't know how this happened.

~laughter~ The Fallout universe doesn't end until 2077. You have plenty of time.


Suicide Squad was an enjoyable movie, but I do wish they had made it more like Justice League Unlimited, season 1, episode 17 "Task Force X".


I just finished Madam Xanadu - Disenchanted and it was a good read.


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Happy birthday Lady Firedove.


Hey AZ, have you ever read Neil Gaiman's The Books of Magic?


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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...).

So THAT explains why my spearmen could defeat a tank. I thought that Sid Meyers was crazy, but it turns out that tanks in the Civilization games are WW I tanks, not WW II.


Treppa wrote:

Thirty-three degrees of motion, m*&*&$~%@@+$! YEAH! Gained three degrees when I thought progress was stopping. Today was my last PT appointment, but I'm gon' keep working this b++@# 'til it begs for mercy. They said I'd never get 60 to 70 (normal), but that's going to be my goal anyway.

Did you ever think you'd see somebody so ridiculously happy about a gain of three degrees of motion in a stupid fingertip? ;)

P.S. Oh, also gained about 8 pounds of grip strength.

P.P.S. Why aren't we on metric yet?

Because if we give them a centimeter, they will take an inch.

GRATZ!!!


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At this point my level 80 Skyrim character is killing things with magic just because she can. Killing things with my bow or sword stopped being as fun once I maxed out the (un)holy trinity of Smithing / Enchanting / Alchemy and had all the respected perks that I wanted. I am also at the armor cap too, so I do not take as much damage. Plus, due to the ability to enchant almost everything, my destruction cost is 10% of the total points. ~grins~


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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.

My character's take.

1. Open the door.

2. Stealth kill the SOB with my uber bow and maxed stealth and archery!

3. Loot the body!


CapeCodRPGer wrote:
Any word on when mods for PS4 will be out?

Soon! TM

Edit - PS4 mods have a much smaller size limit than X-Box One mods do. That is the biggest holdup.


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Is it wrong of me that I plan on going into Nuka World wearing my Vim! Cola power armor?


Fallout 4: Nuka-World Official Trailer


I thought you were going to say Joss Whedon after the Buffy the Vampire Slayer musical episode.


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The Doomkitten wrote:

...

Why do I hate myself?

I've, against all reason and logic, installed the Long War mod for XCOM, didn't pick any of the Second Wave options that make the game easier, and enabled Ironman.

~shakes my head~ We will keep you in our thoughts! ~contacts the aliens and gives them Doomkitten's info to give themselves an edge~


Good luck and be safe, Ragadolf.


AD & D 1st edition FTW!!!


Just let me play Doom for a bit to get me in the mood. After all, you know what they say about staring into the Abyss.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

I'm seriously considering making a 'Suicide Squad' game for fun. Have the players make the nastiest, ugliest, most murderhoboiest characters their little hearts desire and send them on a mission that the kingdom doesn't expect them to return from. I've never dealt with truly eeee-vil PCs before, I think it would be an interesting process.

I got the idea from A blog by Neal Litherland. He's a good writer and I met him at GenCon, which was quite cool. He has a Patreon too, if anyone has a spare buck they can afford per month.

Do I get to run a female Drow elf through your game?


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The Doomkitten wrote:

"Oh, it's another terror mission, great! My panic is starting to get out of control, and they're actually pretty easy once you get the hang of them!"

*Meets Sectopod for the first time.*

*Sectopod proceeds to severely wound most of squad and kill one before I take it down.*

"...son of a b~&~%."

~laughter~ Been there, done that! Good luck and welcome to XCOM!


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I heard that Joss Whedon will be writing and directing Star Wars Rebels as well as all future Star Wars shows and movies.


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The Doomkitten wrote:
Theme song for my MEC. Seriously, she does more work than the entire rest of the squad combined.

How are you liking XCOM?


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Freehold DM wrote:
Alton B., Cultist of Freehold wrote:
Lucky for TOZ and Tacticslion, our secret ingredient is being assembled on a naked Mikaze as we speak.
I would watch every episode of your damned show and not complain if it got us mikaze back.

What ever happened to Mikaze?


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Icyshadow wrote:
No job, and chances of getting to University seem to be turning slim. But I have to keep forging onward...

Try one of the trade unions. Electricians or plumbers will always have jobs. We need more people working in the blue collar fields.

Other than that, good luck!


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Hey there flash_cxxi! Welcome back! We have missed you.

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