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~laughter~ I just had to share this. A Mutant Slaying Gamma Gun and an Irradiated Gatling Laser.


I would suggest looking at X3 - Terran Conflict if you want an "EVE Online Lite". It has a very steep learning curve, but if you can learn EVE Online, then you can learn X3.


The Minis Maniac wrote:
First week in August we are back to Scotland for familial obligations. Alex and I will be enjoying some time at some local castles, as well as seeing some of Alexs family.

I hope you two have fun. How are you feeling after that nasty fall?


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Freehold DM wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Forget not your trip to the Big Easy!

Mardi Gras is a great time to get wasted,... erm,... see the sights! Yeah, That's it! ;P

I'd rather go in the Fall. I'd like to concentrate on a more sober stroll through the French Quarter, try some local cuisine, sip a coffee and nibble on a beignet early in the morning in a small patisserie, and like that

That can be arranged! :)

I enjoyed taking my siblings on one of the French Quarter buggy rides as well, the really good drivers have a lot of good history and stories to share.

Of course, they also enjoyed the swamp tour, so there's no accounting for taste I suppose. ;P

I still suggest around September, University and schools are back in full swing, BUT I haven't gotten stupid busy yet because it's early in the semester, and no one has any shows ready to go yet. ;)

The Big Easy Monkey Mania 2017 is a GO! ;)

But...but...flashing boobies will not be available during this time.

~sighs~ If it will make you happy, then I will flash my boobs at you.


Turin the Mad wrote:

After chitchatting with Sharoth, I realized this:

Were CCP to fire up a PvE-only server, I'd be back in there in a proverbial New York minute. I liked (most) of the PvE content.

They would have to do a lot more than that. At this point I feel that they would have to add new features and "missions" for the "Care Bears". Another thing is that they would have to start respecting PvE players. They don't. There are a LOT of other things in my life that are worthy of my time and money. EVE Online is right now at the bottom of the heap and as a "new" player they would have to work REAL hard to get me to join and stay there. To me it appears from their adds and everything else that they only cater to the PvPers. I would hate to see all my hard work ruined by some jerk who has the maturity level of an amoeba.

Edit - Ignoring over half your player base for a vocal minority is bad business. It also makes recruiting new players very hard. The developers need to realize that those players matter and MUST be catered to, even if only a little bit. Honestly, it should be more than a little bit, especially if the non-PvPers are where the money comes from. For a game that values real world economy, they sure are rather ignorant of it.


Freehold DM wrote:
Eddie Lizzard wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:

For some reason, my dog was starving yesterday and ate four meals instead of his usual two. Today, he has to go out every two hours. In the snow. And I have the chills.

*sigh*

Initiating Freehold-warming protocols.
I think it's time someone told you that most warm-blooded mammals do not consider 30° F to be "warm." {applies another coating of Pam to scales, flips over on heat rock}

of course 30 degrees isn't warm! It's merely pleasant. But if you insist, I'll really crank up the heat.

sets thermometer for 64 degrees

That had better be +64 degrees, NOT -64 degrees!!!


I am usually a PvE or team versus E player. I dislike (ok ok. DETEST!!!) the way most PVP is handled. My three year old niece is more mature than most PvP players. My loathing of most PvP has gone through several MMOs that I have played and it is the reason why I do not play Eve Online or Pathfinder Online.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:

*yawn*

I love a morning when I wake up on my own five minutes before the alarm

Another shift, another day. The pay period ended yesterday, and I got just enough shifts to survive. I just need a few this new period and I'll be in excellent shape.

Glad to hear that, Pat. Good luck.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Chivalry, its not dead.

~laughter~ I do not think that is what she meant.


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Huh? Did you say something, KC? I wasn't listening. ~goes back to ignoring the little yappy reptile dog like thingie~


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

Panic attacks suck. Bipolar sucks. Panic attacks induced by bipolar leading to related location aversion really sucks.

My brain is like a Bethesda game; amazing when it does what it's supposed to, but the creators released it with too many bugs.

Ouch! Yea, that sounds like it was not fun. I do hope that the rest of your week goes better.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
I managed to squeeze myself into a few minutes with a general advisor today to get my double major petition signed. Then I took it to the Registrar's Office, and they signed off and entered it into my records on the spot. I am now officially a Geography major and an Urban Planning major.

~pulls out a map~ Ok. Then can you PLEASE show me where I am and where I am supposed to be going?

~grins~


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Freehold DM wrote:

Dear FAWTL.

I am drunk.

Like really drunk.

My wife and I finished a bottle of wine. Not a small one, but a huge one. White wine. SO much.

I love you all. The ones I saw this weeekend. The ones I saw in 2012. The ones I might never meet. You are all beloved and valued friends and collegues. Family. And I will always support you as you support me.

Whoa! Whoa!! Whoa!!! You value and support us? We support you? We like you? Since when? What bizzaro alternate reality world did I just slip into? You know that we despise you and your Weather Dominator. We will foil your plans to bring endless snow to the world!

Spoiler:
Just kidding! Just kidding! Please move your hand away from the dial of your Weather Dominator. No need to turn it to Snowball Earth!


As much as the night shift sucks for my sleep schedule, it is helping out with bills. The extra money means I can avoid a part time job and hopefully go back to school in fall of 2017 to finish up my associates degree and work on my A+, Network+, CCNA, and CCNP without having to borrow money.


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The Early Middle Ages, 284--1000 with Paul Freedman - Yale Courses


DSXMachina wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
The boss asked if I wanted some over time. Guess what I said?
"Ooooh yes please, but you do have to pay me. I'd gladly do it for time and a half."

Fixed it for you.

Edit - I have to pay off my copy of Stellaris somehow.


The boss asked if I wanted some over time. Guess what I said?


On the plus side, my "day" ends at 7 am. Of course tomorrow starts at 11 pm tonight. Ah, the joys of the night shift.


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I am glad to have you around, Tacticslion. You have not offended me at all. ~thinks~ Great. I just issued a challenge.

~grins~


~lets in three barking dogs who want to play~


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Don't make me call you a lightweight again, Curtin.
Dems fightin' woids, Fluffy
Let's just celebrate that we're both less hungover than Dave.

It sounds like you "Max"imized your time last night, CH.


~opens up all the blinds into the rooms~


~turns up the radio to the polka music channel~


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captain yesterday wrote:

Also finding ANYONE that plays Pathfinder in my part of Madison is not easy. It's all Dungeons and Dragons or bust up here. Any edition, even 4th edition is easier to find people playing.

People here, DO NOT like change at all.

~shakes my cane at you~ You young whipper snappers have no idea how good you have it! Why in my day 1 st edition AD & D was the NEW kid on the block! We had to take our THACO and like it! Now get off my lawn!


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one of my dogs is leaning against my leg while I pet him and rub his ears.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

From zero players to six in under a week.

...and every last one of them is utterly and completely psyched as hell to play. Three are brand new to Pathfinder, having only played 3.5 one time.

and I am pretty sure they're all heavy roleplayers.

This is totally awesome!

We play the first session tomorrow, and one of the players described trying to get to sleep after character generation last night "like the night before Christmas."

Cool! I do hope that it goes well and that your new group stays together for a while. Have fun!


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captain yesterday wrote:

Thanks!

I was missing wrenches, all good now! :-)

Yea. That would throw a wrench into the works.


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Drejk wrote:
The Green Tea Gamer wrote:

I'm specifically referring to Golarion. I'm aware of Muls, etc.

I asked JJ about why no half dwarves and he said no DNA mix, and when I pointed out all the other considerably more ridiculous DNA blends, he gave a game design answer but no story legitimacy as to why human DNA blends with, say, almost pure fire of a genie to make an Ifrit, but heaven forbid it mixes with a short person who is rather hairy.

You are approaching it from the wrong angle. It's not human blood that mixes with everything. It's the other side's (dragons, fey, outsiders) ability to breed with anything because they are so inherently magical that they can transfer their traits to the offspring in ways expanding beyond the simple DNA.

The same might apply to orcs for some reason (because there exist Orc sorcerer bloodline in addition to half-orcs).

This leaves human/elf hybrid as a mystery of sorts. While stated to come from another world, is there some sort of ancient connection between the two?

OR it could be some form of innate Draconic retroviral engineering that allows the dragon to breed with other species.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

I'm more than a little annoyed.

I live in one of the top 20 metropolitan cities in America.

I have gone to the various game stores in town. I've gone to PFS events. I've seen there's a few hundred people that play tabletop here. I see the Meetup site with over 500 members, and yet...

Nobody seems to ever be looking for players. Like, ever. Type in "Jacksonville, Florida" on Gamer Connection and there's like 7 posts, any of them after 2010 are likely to be posted by me, and replied to by nobody. The Meetup I mentioned? Not a reply to anyone looking for a group for - months. Not just for me, for anyone.

PFS events are absolutely packed, but nobody seems to want to meet on the regular outside of that. It's so weird. Those who do? Everyone already knows everyone and it's incredibly cliquey. Seriously, I've bounced in and out of about four groups in the last six years, and 80% of the players were friends of mine I've played with and been in and out of groups of before.

Anyone else experience something similar to that in their neck of the woods?

If I were a little bit closer, I would join you for some games. Sadly, Savannah is just a bit too far away from Jacksonville.


~shrugs~ You get what you pay for. I like WW and what it does offer. I agree with DQ that it could have offered more, but what do you expect for the price?


Here is another cool arena.

Note - I did not make it. I am not that creative, Damn it.


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Fallout 4 Wasteland Workshop - Arena Setup Guide and All Fight Types

This person has made a really cool arena. It also looks like something that even ***I*** could build. I have to admit, I like the new build features they have added. The concrete stuff looks very nice.


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~looks at the settler at my settlement~ Yes. There IS something you can do to help me out. GET THE HELL OUT OF MY BED!!!

~shakes my head~ Why? Why couldn't Bethesda make it to where you can assign a bed to yourself? Why?


DeathQuaker wrote:

I value fun incredibly, but I could use better time management skills. ;)

But I appreciate the point.

As for Cricket, I'm surprised she didn't thank you for it.

What is this "Time Management" that you speak of?


Oops! Sorry Cricket! ~does a quick reload after accidentally killing her during a protracted gunfight between myself and the gunners.~ Note to self. Do not use an Explosive Combat Shotgun near vendors. They will get pissed off if they get shot.


Since my wife is my Hun, should I add the A before the Hun?

~grins and runs~


~shocked look~ We are supposed to have FUN?!? ~faints~


I found a desk fan, a few dirty ashtrays, some battered clipboards, some cooking oil, a pack of duct tape and this junk.

An Instigating Laser Musket and a sentinel left metal armguard. And some junky knuckles.

I just need a sentinel chestpiece and helmet. (I did console command a full set of sentinel leather armor and a sentinel metal helmet, but it is not the same as finding it, even if one of them is a raider leg piece.)


I picked up a two shot 44 pistol and a mighty assault rifle.


Stellaris Let's Play video.

I will be pre-ordering if I can.


I now have an explosive combat shotgun named Vesuvius. I now also have 4 Sentinel armor pieces. Chest, left leg, right leg, and right arm. It would just be nice to be able to move those properties to better armor.


Ragadolf wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

One day I would like to go and hang out for a weekend with some of you guys, I think I would have a blast! (But as it is a VERY long drive from south Louisiana, it not happening anytime soon) ;P

Well, I'd love to visit Louisiana some day, so maybe you can take me around there!

Now see, THERE is a plan I can work with! ;)

New Orleans, Hereafter referred to as 'The Big Easy', (or as I prefer to pronounce it, 'The Big Sleazy') Does have some fun and interesting sites to visit, particularly if you have any interest in history. Or drinking. ;P

Don't forget to take him to the D-Day museum. I need to go back there sometime.

And DONE!

(My father-in-law likes that one too.)

Don't worry. When I go back to New Orleans, I will make sure you know in advance. After all, it will give you enough time to set the traps and claymore mines. I will be trying to head back during the summer of 2017.

edit - It would be no problem if it were just me, but with 2 dogs and 7 cats, someone has to stay here and hold down the fort. Plus the wife has the family there, so she gets first dibs on going down there.


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captain yesterday wrote:
It certainly looks pretty sweet.

Doctor Strange and Suicide Squad are the movies that I am looking forward to the most this year.


Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

One day I would like to go and hang out for a weekend with some of you guys, I think I would have a blast! (But as it is a VERY long drive from south Louisiana, it not happening anytime soon) ;P

Well, I'd love to visit Louisiana some day, so maybe you can take me around there!

Now see, THERE is a plan I can work with! ;)

New Orleans, Hereafter referred to as 'The Big Easy', (or as I prefer to pronounce it, 'The Big Sleazy') Does have some fun and interesting sites to visit, particularly if you have any interest in history. Or drinking. ;P

Don't forget to take him to the D-Day museum. I need to go back there sometime.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Who's the actor playing Doctor Strange?

Benedict Cumberbatch


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I am usually the designated Blackmailer, errr...., driver, so I tend to not drink much. It also does not help that I do not like the taste of alcohol. Besides, as David can tell you, I am bad enough on sugar and caffeine.


It's History - The Cold War.


Planters are in the misc section where you find food, water, and the other stuff.


WW2: The Resource War - 2: Lend-Lease

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