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Blue Slaad

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RPG Superstar 2014 Dedicated Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 56 posts (9,859 including aliases). 8 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 101 aliases.


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I don't prepare to sacrifice anything; I am a spontaneous sacrificer.


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MagusJanus wrote:
What kind of bird feeder was it?

It was a typical model designed to feed 2-4 average-sized squirrels.


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Drock11 wrote:
I blame Cosmo for being in fear every time I fill up my car with fuel. It seems every time something goes wrong with the car, or something happens to the car where it breaks down to where it's not usable anymore it happens right after it's filled with fuel. It seems I'm not the only person that has noticed this. I'm thinking of labeling phenomenon the Cosmo Effect.

This happens with my car too, and I will now start blaming Cosmo for it. Why does a fuel tank attract flat tires, road debris through the AC condenser, potholes/sharp-edged manholes now sticking an inch above the pavement, disintegrating windshield wipers, suddenly dead alternator... I specifically did not order the pugwampi option with my car, Cosmo!

As dumb as it sounds, I've been only filling my gas tank up halfway or 2/3s full. So far, no incidents... but I know it's only a matter of time, especially since I jinxed it by mentioning it.

Drock11 wrote:
I also notice a similar phenomenon that happens when it rains right after a car is washed. I can only imagine it's an slight variant of the Cosmo Effect and that Cosmo is also responsible.

At home, I have to park my car under a jacaranda tree, which means the usual bombardment of bird droppings, as well as a shower of shed blossoms and leaf spines, and the occasional seed pod. But when we get a good rain or thunderstorm/downpour—normally every other day or so now—the torrents won't even wash the blossoms off the car... sure they get soaked but they just cling on. When they dry, they still stick. Even driving the car at 55 to 60 MPH won't dislodge them. The leaf spines are just as annoying as pine tree needles, and work their way into every automotive nook and cranny. They don't dislodge on the highway either, and worse, they will work under the windshield wipers and quickly shred them. {sigh} Why, Cosmo, why?


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Tels wrote:
Cybe-Cleric of Shelyn - Digital Love

Until I clicked it, I instead thought was going to be this.


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Also: Dorkly.com: "Thor Finds Out He's Losing His Hammer"


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If you're wondering how sci-fi and fantasy coexist,
And other setting facts (La-la-la)
Then repeat to yourself 'It's just a game,
I should really just relax.'


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Drejk wrote:
How is that FAWTLies don't have their own jet yet? I could fly from Norwich directly to Kraków without bothering of getting ticket, going to London and all that crap...

Wonder Lynora had an invisible jet, but I forgot where I valet parked it.

Osirion

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Alexander Augunas wrote:
Only two posts? I guess taking all the world's blame in exchange for getting kitsune as a PFS race was TOTALLY worth it.

Well, maybe you can intern for the Krampus and fill in when he takes a vacation?


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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

So are they going to make Movie Thor Katie Sackhoff now?

No. No they are not.

Well... just yesterday, Sackoff did tweet a pic of herself in a full-body plaster mold from three weeks ago. :) But if it's for a Marvel movie, I'd bet on it being Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel and definitely not Thor, especially with Hemsworth still under contract for Avengers 3 and Thor 3.

Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Because this is just Marvel Cheezy Marketing Gimmick # 5,812, and like when DC "Kills" Batman or Superman, it will all be back to normal in 6 months.

They let SpOck run over three years as Superior Spider-Man, but in the end, Parker's back in the Spideysuit. Odinson will be back as the 616 Thor before too long, likewise the recent changes in 616's Captain America and Iron Man.


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It's like, "How much more Chaotic could this be?" and the answer is "None. None more Chaotic."


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Tossed Slaad wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I once killed a box of Captain Crunch in an afternoon.
It deserves no better after what that cereal did to the roof of my mouth.

I wish it had come with an LD50 warning on the label; I had a stomach ache for two days. Combining it with a 2-liter of Jolt Cola was a brilliant idea though... I swore I could see through time.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Celestial Thaumoctopus wrote:

Spontaneous cures?! That's real? Huh. The best I've been able to do is convert spells into create alcoholic beverages.

{sips Midnight Isles Iced Tea} Mind you, I'm not complaining.

Yes, well, we won't talk about what you did to Mary Tyler Moore the last time I asked for a "Bloody Mary".

It was her fault for picking a safeword in Dark Speech. The ottoman and stuffed peacock had both been scotchguarded, so the stains all came out. And the polymorph wore off after a week.


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Typical pro-gninja bologna propaganda! It is just like the TOZiputians to sign a non-aggression treaty with the Gninjas!

And I blame Rysky for not naming this thread Gninjas are Way Too Lethal!


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lucky7 wrote:
Paizo can't release it's stats. If it has stats, you can kill it.

But Treerazer, demon lords, the tarrasque, and even Cthulhu's freaking avatar have stats... just how damn powerful is a gninja?!


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doc the grey wrote:
Brick shat.

{whispers:} Shhhhhhhhhh! Don't give Logue any ideas. Can you imagine how deadly he could make a Bill Shatner-inspired stone golem or shaitan?

Edit: Hmmm... a ham golem that ignores object hardness to better chew the scenery?


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Kvantum wrote:

Whoa. That cover. Poor Amiri. She's going to be PISSED. That rust monster will probably be beaten down into nothing but a brown, bloody goo by the time she gets done with it.

I mean, that sword is her signature thing, almost the definition to her character. It would be like seeing Droogami bite it on a cover. Though if it's just leading into her getting a chainsword/flamethrower/rocket launcher combo, all maybe in the arm of a robot she tears off and just uses as a massive club until she discovers the other features, that'll be cool.

As a replacement, perhaps Amiri could get a Qualta Blade?

And then on down the road, she uses it to unlock control of an Eradicator she finds in the Distant Worlds AP.


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ebon_fyre wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Rawr! wrote:

About 13 years ago, a little while after we lost our Siamese cat, Blue, my wife and I went to the animal shelter and picked out two cats. We took our (at the time) young children to the shelter to see the cats, and they ended up choosing two entirely different cats, and those two cats went home with us instead, of course. One of the cats, Wolfie, was a gentle and loving kitty, and she had a pretty good life with us I think.

Today we had to put her to sleep because of congestive heart failure.

Goodbye, Wolfie. May your travels take you someplace sunny and warm.

My condolences, Losing a pet is horrible
Agreed. Glad you had so many good years to remember.

+1. Losing a fuzzy is like losing a part of the family (although the fuzzies usually argue a lot less than the two-leggers). I'm glad you were able to adopt her and provide such a wonderful loving home for so many years. I hope your sadness quickly gives way to memories of those happier times, and I hope survivor cat isn't too depressed.


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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Vic: ... they deal Weird Damage...

So weirding modules are in Technology Guide? Sweeeeeeeet!

{strums baliset} Behold, as a wild ass in the desert, go I forth to my Chaos.


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{from under couch:} I don't have hands.


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{somewhere, in the bowels of the Internet, an AI whispers:} Crap, he almost figured out we're filming Freehold in The Woods II: The Legend of Whedon's Gold.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Am I high? Because I'm telling you, this was the government folly thread a moment ago.

{laughs nervously and loudly to cover the sounds of walls and sets surreptitiously re-arranging in the background} Don't be silly, Freehold.

Taldor

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Electric Wizard wrote:
Turin the Mad wrote:
... and of course copious conspiracy theories flying back and forth while you're cooking hot dogs. ^__^

Why will there be conspiracy theories?

.

There are always conspiracy theories. The absence of conspiracy theories is in fact a Trojan Horse Piñata containing at least 1d6+1 conspiracy theories and a pound of really crappy candy.


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MagusJanus wrote:
Crystal Frasier wrote:
One thing I get epically tired of as a trans woman is cis people telling me I "don't understand" trans issues.
That gets very annoying >.<

In my experience, often it's best for cis allies to just listen to what people of trans* experience have to say, instead of immediately trying to "help" by re-explaining or re-interpreting those experiences and concerns... those points are perfectly fine and valid exactly as the trans* person shared them.

For example, I can't pretend to understand the unique experiences, concerns, and social stresses that people with bisexual experiences have gone, and will go, through... but since they are the one that has lived with it for decades and I haven't, it seems prudent for me to trust them when they say something is troublesome or rings false about a particular phrase or narrative, especially when it is perpetuated by hetero (or strictly gay or lesbian) people.

Apologies if this is more opaque than mud; I'm rolling low and may have granted partial or totally concealment to the actual point.


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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Gary I wanna plant a donut tree.
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: watch out for the cupcake trebuchet
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: those look like rounds for the new cupcake railgun

Gary is The Breadmaster?!

Da dwee, da da da da dwee dow! Da DWEE, da da da da dwee dow!


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Yeah, tell us more... random strangers are going to pay you a mountain of quatloos to start kicking stuff?


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I have no fear, because the Juggalo Army has trained for the last five years to avert the Magnetopocalypse.


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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Gary I wanna plant a donut tree.
Sara Marie wrote:
gary: watch out for the cupcake trebuchet

Is Gary secretly a Strawberry Shortcake villain?


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Orthos wrote:
Protean Milkshake wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Lincoln Hills wrote:
You're not the only one to wonder what, exactly, is going on with yellowdingo.
Man, NOBODY knows what is going on with dingo.

It helps me to picture 'Dingo as a physical protrusion into our reality of a hyperintelligent pan-dimensional being. "His" race (re)shapes reality in their home dimensions by Words of Power, which is why he seems so puzzled by the ineffectiveness of government petitions and Internet conversations to affect meaningful quantifiable change.

He also makes a delicious mango chutney and enjoys a rousing game of Brockian Ultra-Cricket.

I thought they were using mice for that.

They were, but even hyperintelligent pan-dimensional beings aren't immune to lawsuits from Disney. Pending the results, 'Dingo is currently using a real-world avatar that is totally inconspicuous and completely non-threatening to the locals... a 2.5 meter tall anthropomorphic weta. {rolls eyes}


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Orthos wrote:
Lincoln Hills wrote:
You're not the only one to wonder what, exactly, is going on with yellowdingo.
Man, NOBODY knows what is going on with dingo.

It helps me to picture 'Dingo as a physical protrusion into our reality of a hyperintelligent pan-dimensional being. "His" race (re)shapes reality in their home dimensions by Words of Power, which is why he seems so puzzled by the ineffectiveness of government petitions and Internet conversations to affect meaningful quantifiable change.

He also makes a delicious mango chutney and enjoys a rousing game of Brockian Ultra-Cricket.


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Hooray, Wayfinder made it on the Blog!


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Aberzombie wrote:
I also saw an article somewhere that they are considering a remake of The Six Million Dollar Man with Mark Wahlberg. Interesting.
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The Six Million Marky Mark wrote:
Hey Bigfoot, how's it going? I like your fur, that looks really great. So you're a robot sasquatch, right? What's that all about? Okay, well it was great to meet you. Say "hi" to your mother for me, okay?


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Scintillae wrote:
Legion Janus wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Which gave me an idea for a potentially sinister NPC for a campaign I haven't thought of yet.
Tell us about it?

A discussion of "hey that actor's done all these roles..."

Specifically, Angela Lansbury as a princess, serial killer enabler, pirate, and castle maid. Combine into one character...

"I am Angela Brigid Lansbury* of the Clan Lansbury. I was born in 1518 in the village of Glenfinnan on the shores of Loch Shiel. And I am immortal." {cue Queen soundtrack}

(* I blame this joke on Craig Ferguson.)


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Yep, pinkskins are real charitable all right.[/sarcasm]


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Comrade Anklebiter wrote:

I agree. Television is a waste of time. You pinkskins should do what your disgusting ancestors did after a hard day's work (we goblins, of course, prefer to take from others) and watch the fire.

Fire is pretty.

Agreed. Build a pinkskin a fire, and he's entertained until it goes out. Set a pinkskin on fire, and he's entertaining for the rest of his life.


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David M Mallon wrote:
I'm starting to realize that the older I get, the more I turn into every single John Cusack character.

Is this like a full-time always-on transformation, an Incredible Hulk/Mr. Hyde thing, or a were-Cusack thing? The Grosse Pointe Blank-Cusack sounded like a fun occupation.


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{in Attenborough voice:} "Similar to the drow silent hand signals, he uses various facial expressions of horror, fear, and disgust to communicate orders to his diminutive clown pugwampis... who then creep amongst the games tables and recharge the bad luck in the unsuspecting gamer's dice."


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yellowdingo wrote:
Still not any signatures? I'm crushed.

The chimps are too busy plotting the downfall of Australia. Besides, they use sign language instead of a written one, so they sadly can't even read petitions.


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Can we please not do this thread?

Can we please not do this thread, especially on a Paizo Con weekend, when all the Paizo employees/mods will either be very busy or have the weekend off?

Please?


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Freehold DM wrote:
Note- I am also well on my way to being drunk.

A laudable goal; I hope you achieve it. Just don't befriend any drunken MMA fighters. Or drunken wespenspinnes.


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Yay for Tim, Paris, Dain, all the writers and artists who contribute, and all the unsung modrons who help edit, proofread, and layout! And special thanks to former Primus, now apotheosized Gninja, Liz. :)


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Scintillae wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
When a spider and a wasp love each other very much...
yay

I kinda think he's cute. He probably talks like Zorak.

Taldor

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Vic Wertz wrote:
Christopher Anthony wrote:
Vic: ... gorram gods...
Hmm. I have no recollection of saying that.

{puts away neuralyzer and sunglasses} Dang it, Cosmo! You've got to start closing the door before you get on iChat with your Outer God homies... we can't keep neuralyzing Vic and the others when they accidentally overhear.


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I blame Cosmo that Tel's sister is inviting Mayhem over to the house.


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Andrew R wrote:
Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
Cookies aren't food?
they are a luxury, no one starves without cookies.

They're pretty hand for hypoglycemic people or diabetics who accidentally get their insulin dose too high.

Edit: And being poor shouldn't require taking a Vow of Suffering and Denial. Sometimes that candybar or couple cookies is the only thing to look forward to in/after a long shift at a s!##ty job(s) in a generally unfulfilling life with no chance of economic upward-mobility.


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Set wrote:
A Hetkoshu Monk Style could indeed rock. Three feats, some flavor text about the small group of monks that teach it (learning it by grappling crocodiles!) and done!

I'd never even considered a monk fighting style, but it'd be a perfect addition for my [REDACTED] article.

{waves goodbye to 750 word count target, sets course for 1500 words}


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Hmmm...


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Well, I for one am thrilled with Andrew R's progressivism. He is the first human poster to blame liberal and poor humans for nearly all of societies' ills, instead of blaming liberal and poor goblins. I'm going to write my Congressgobs to have his face carved onto... er... {remembers she flunked History}... well, some kind of historic goblin monument.


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John Kretzer wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for not only for the muscle cramps I have now...but for making ALL of my muscle cramps at once.

I blame Cosmo that JK is sweating out key minerals (like magnesium, potassium, calcium, and sodium) and electrolytes without replenishing them.

Seriously, can you pick up some bananas, raisins, or apricots to snack on to help prevent the cramps, along with sports drinks or pickle juice (yes, really) to help ease them?


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John Kretzer wrote:
Banshee Pizza Delivery Girl wrote:


{futily attempts to steal GMS's beer with intangible hands} Ah, nuts. I blame Cosmo!
I Blame Cosmo for beer bottles not having the Ghost Touch special ability.

So, your life isn't challenging enough protecting your juicy succulent noggin {drools} from zombies, but now you want ghosts to be able to also steal your beer?! I blame Cosmo that you are making these decisions while suffering from sunstroke.


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Snorter wrote:
Garrett Guillotte wrote:
I'm pretty sure any/all of my submissions for this issue are going to be inspired by this one picture.

"CROIKEY! THIS ONE'S A WRIGGLER!

WRAP IT IN A TARP!"

Garrett's submission is likely a recipe article: Venisgatorthon, a small deer (or housepet) stuffed inside a gator stuffed inside a python.

This now happens all the time in South Florida.

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