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Pathfinder Society Member. 14,439 posts (15,243 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 30 aliases.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Malwing wrote:

in my current game the players have not reached space yet. They are on a mining station on a backwater planet, but they do have a lot of fluff that they asked for. Its a mix of concepts that I lifted from Distant Worlds, Aethera, and Hypercorps 2099. There are thousands of different governments but they pool together into 4 different factions. Throughout them there are corporations that handle most aspects of space life from waste management, Hypernet (an internet dimension) and technology development. The corporations don't have their own armed forces but do hire agents that to do very dirty work.

The players are currently exploring a crashed Grey ship that is emitting tachyon particles that is disrupting faster than light travel around the area and are finding escaped experiments and specimen that came out of the ship. They are working for the Ghowld Mining Company as general muscle and we plan for them to play the corporate sabotage game as they stop evil CEOs from gathering resources to do something terrible.

As far as future campaigns go there is a surprising amount. I have the first book from Legendary planet and the second one came out recently. LJP Games will put out a Galactus-like storyline that can be adapted. There's the unfinished Santiago AP.

D-... daggummit. Now... now I... I have to...

You... you fools... you... you've made me... you monsters~!

Q.Q

*begins thinking about Pathfinder X-Com, while sob-laughing*

Wow. I am playing XCOM 2 right now. I would like a Pathfinder X-Com. ~thinks~ Why am I wearing a red shirt? And why am I the first one out of the shuttle?


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
~bangs head against the desk~ I want this damn callout to be over. I can't claim any more time because I have worked 14 days but I can't leave the trouble. I have been on it for over 3 hours and it feels like I am chasing my tail.

That sucks.

I am running yet another overnight, but I feel good after getting a solid seven hours of sleep before showing up. I do have to come back at 4pm for another shift, but then I have an actual day off for Memorial Day. I am looking forward to that, and catching up on my chores.

~shrugs~ We have customers down so I can't leave until I know that this office is clear or the trouble is in another office.

Edit - OTOH I usually do not have these issues. It just must be that twice in a blue moon thing.

Well, may you decipher the bugs quickly and get back to the comfort of your bed.

Me, I'm halfway done and looking forward to dawn. Things always look better by dawn light.

We got the customers up and running. I will be back there on Monday if the equipment that I will order will arrive then.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
~bangs head against the desk~ I want this damn callout to be over. I can't claim any more time because I have worked 14 days but I can't leave the trouble. I have been on it for over 3 hours and it feels like I am chasing my tail.

That sucks.

I am running yet another overnight, but I feel good after getting a solid seven hours of sleep before showing up. I do have to come back at 4pm for another shift, but then I have an actual day off for Memorial Day. I am looking forward to that, and catching up on my chores.

~shrugs~ We have customers down so I can't leave until I know that this office is clear or the trouble is in another office.

Edit - OTOH I usually do not have these issues. It just must be that twice in a blue moon thing.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

While I'm not anti-Whedon, there are plenty of directors that could do a great job on the Captain Marvel, hypothetical Black Widow, or other women-at-the-forefront MCU movie. Heck, some of them are actual women!

Whedon, you've already done two MCU movies and helped shape the MCU. Don't be greedy. Let others have a shot at it.

There is one VERY IMPORTANT reason for having Joss Whedon direct another Marvel movie. ;p

I 100% agree with that reason.

Spoiler:
Poor Freehold DM. He gets no love. ~kicks him while he is down~


~bangs head against the desk~ I want this damn callout to be over. I can't claim any more time because I have worked 14 days but I can't leave the trouble. I have been on it for over 3 hours and it feels like I am chasing my tail.


What ever happened to Kruelaid?


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Just beware of Staff infections.


I've got Pac Man Fever!


Celestial Healer wrote:
I've actually never had pink eye before this. This morning I couldn't figure out why my eye was so crusty, so I had to Google it. The urgent care doc confirmed it, and I've got the drops working.

I just blame my cats, my dogs, and my allergies for my red, irritated eyes. Pink eye is for sissies. ~grins and runs~

J/K!!! J/K on the sissies part.

Edit - I hope that you get better soon, CH.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

All I know is much of the Internet made some great memes thanks to this.

Plus the fact I think this gimmick is worse than most. Knightfall and Death of Superman at least had some impact.

I actually enjoyed Knightfall and The Death of Superman. ~runs from the angry mob~


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Hey there TOZ. I hope that you and the wife are having a great weekend!


Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
According to my new Fitbit the most sleep I've gotten in the past week and a half was seven hours, and I don't feel sleep deprived at all. My average is six and small change.
There's a reason I never want a Fitbit. I'd rather not know how little sleep or exercise I actually get.

Zombies need sleep and exercise? ~faints~


Happy birthday, CH.


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I am watching Secrets of Great British Castles on Netflix. It is really enjoyable.


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If he votes all the kobolds out, then I am all for it.


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Aranna wrote:

Fun day at the beach Yesterday. Although my elbow brace is going to leave really lame tan lines when I can finally live without it.

Just tell them that it is your bionic arm and it will not tan.


Tomb Raider?


Freehold DM wrote:
What? The movie was thoroughly okay. A few amazing scenes, some interesting characterization, but nothing stellar.

GASP!!! ~faints from shock~


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Blayde MacRonan wrote:
You know he only said that because there's no involvement from Joss Whedon, right?

GASP!!! ~faints from shock~


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Freehold DM wrote:

Finally saw it.

It was okay.

~faints from shock~


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Freehold DM wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
As long as it's not a Kindergarten "graduation". Those people are the same kind of people who put dogs in strollers. *vomits*

HEY.

I was valedictorian from my pre-k.

[Sarcasm]That explains a lot![/Sarcasm]

~grins~


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~licks my fingers and then gets a guilty look~ What? They were yummy!!!


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Freehold DM wrote:
Rawr! wrote:

There isn't a day that goes by without Freehold scoffing at something, though.

I think not!

On Thursday, May 12th, I scoffed at nothing.

That was a century ago!!! Stop scoffing!


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Also I'm angry because stupid family drama, and I need to write a term paper, and writing term papers angry is hard.

Good luck. I know how much fun family drama can be. At least my Mom and Dad were partially sane.


Scythia wrote:
About Far Harbour... Why are there outhouses all over? The bombs fell in 2077 not 1877. :P

I don't know, but I don't give a... ~thinks for a minute~ Never mind.


Ok. Far Harbor has so far made the season pass worthwhile. That is in addition to the fact that I liked the other DLCs too.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Yeah, I love Seattle, but I never understood why they insisted on all food tasting like fish. :-D

Something is fishy about that attitude.


I am thinking of restarting (again... ~sighs~) because my tech seems to be lagging. I think I expanded too quickly and have not settled down to research up the tech tree.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Time to prep for my CDL license test!

[SpongeBob]I'M READY!! I'M READY!! I'M READY!![/SpongeBob]

Good luck.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
My daughter got me a Fitbit for my birthday. I have a pretty cool kid

Happy birthday.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Cap'n Yesterday's Summer Dreams wrote:
Sounds dreamy. Except for the allergies.

My "official" thermometer (the one that most closely aligns with the National Weather Service's statements of highs for the day in an area) currently says 85.

So, Mr. Summer Dreams, how hot is "too hot" in an uninsulated house with no air conditioning?

I don't care if I move to Alaska, EVERY house I live in will be insulated and have an AC unit.


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I liked 4e for the little bit of time that I payed it. Having said that, I despise Weasels of the Coast for what they did to Dragon and Dungeon. Plus they alienated a lot of people because of their attitude during 4e.

Note - I am sorry to insult any weasels out there. I like you and respect you.


The (near) future of Stellaris.

edit - At least three planned free "updates" in the works even before the first DLC drops.


Of course you can ALWAYS tear down the research satellites and rebuild them. Yes, it is a waste of minerals, but you do get the influence.


~grrrr~ Damn it! I set up a galaxy of 800 star with 10 civs and what happens? One of them is RIGHT beside me. Why can't you leave me alone? ~sighs~ I guess I will have to start looking into crushing your civ sooner than later.

Edit - Of course this is also the galaxy where my home world has 5 energy, 16 minerals, and two of each of the sciences in orbit.


WHAAAA!!! I can't pass the Turing Test!

Spoiler:
Look at around the 20:40 mark to understand.


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I say we call her FullMetal Treppa! Just keep your transmutations to yourself.

P.S. - Damn! I am sorry to hear that. Get well soon. Or just look at becoming a cyborg.


~Amused look~ I am sorry that covertly taking over your society upset you, the people of [insert species name here]. But at least I will not invade your world and destroy you all.


Otherwhere wrote:
Turin the Mad wrote:

3 days until release.

cKnoor is planning to twitch stream from 6 a.m. EST Monday 9th May until they push the magic button.

There's a metric ton of Let's Play videos on YouTube.

How's the game going?

It doesn't go live for us normal people until 1 PM EST. I think.


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What about "The Alias that Captain Yesterday Forgot"?


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So you are now Scrolling Captain Yesterday?


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A Distant Soil


~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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.?.?.?


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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.


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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!!!


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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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