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"When I was small, my mother warned me every day never to open the cellar door. She said that horrible, unspeakable things would happen to me if I ever opened the cellar door. I was frightened, but I still so desperately wanted to know what was behind the cellar door. So one day when my mother was away, I summoned up all my courage and opened the cellar door … and you'll never believe the things I saw! Flowers! Trees! Other children!"
Freehold DM wrote:
She's the cool lady that draws this webcomic. Also used to play in my D&D group.
No money to spare right now, so Dragon Age: Inquisition will have to wait. Currently back to playing Skyrim.
In other news, found a really stupid exploit in Skyrim: once you can get your hands on the Detect Life spell (starts appearing in stores around 50/100 ranks in Alteration), you can get all the way up to 100 ranks in around 20 minutes simply by standing in a crowded town square and casting Detect Life over and over again. For every two to three times you cast the spell, your Alteration skill goes up by one.
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
I was just reminded that the film "Dungeons & Dragons 3: The Book of Vile Darkness" exists. After watching several clips, I've become convinced that a far more appropriate title would be "Dungeons & Dragons 3: Attack of the Murderhobos." Or better yet, "Dungeons & Dragons 3: A Fairly Typical Adventuring Party in a Game Run By High School Students."
Celestial Healer wrote:
You live in New York City, and you love Wegman's. I'm sensing that you're a big fan of crowds.
Got a phone call from my uncle in New Mexico last night to thank me for the present I got him for his birthday... in October. I'd gone to see Slaid Cleaves, his favorite singer-songwriter, in concert in Syracuse, and picked him up an autographed CD. Apparently, when he got it, Uncle Mark opened the package, saw that it was a CD he already owned, and threw it in his junk drawer. Last week, he wore out the old copy, and opened the CD case, only then noticing the autograph. A fairly typical Mallon family reaction, really, given that most gifts people get end up being things like jumbo packs of AA batteries, boxes of socks, or, on one memorable occasion, 30 pounds of venison breakfast sausage.
My first two posts were in the "Music During Gameplay" thread. At the time, I was just coming off of my Wal-Mart butt rock phase and sliding into liking better music, and... it shows.
After that, I moved on to posting immature rants about why heroes should be dark and angsty in the "Characters Deserving Death" thread.
Then, as now, I seem to have spent an inordinate amount of time talking about music on a gaming forum. I also feel the distinct need to invent a time machine solely for the purpose of going back in time and punching my younger self in the head.
Gorilla Biscuits - "Start Today"
captain yesterday wrote:
In other news, finally got around to watching all three "Hobbit" films. While not technically *bad* movies, they've been... disappointing. Especially given that the original three "Lord of the Rings" films were to me what the original "Star Wars" trilogy was to a lot of people.
This story did not need a weird interspecies love triangle.
Also, Legolas looks like a Ken doll and has no business being in these movies.
Ceaser Slaad wrote:
And here I was, thinking that they only had mosquitoes like that in Canada.
In Orson Welles' 1941 film "Citizen Kane," unused footage from the 1933 film "The Son of Kong" was used as a rear-projected background for a scene of a Florida beach picnic. Unfortunately, Welles forgot to get rid of the pterodactyls.
Freehold DM wrote:
For all you Luddites out there:
Thursday, March 26; doors at 8:30, show at 9; $5 at the door