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Like to give my shout out. Sean good luck with this new exciting chapter of your life. I am happy to hear about you and Jodi's move and impending success. I have greatly enjoyed your work since your first days here at paizo. And as WoW player who has greatly enjoyed playing with you on the paizo guild I wish you only the best. I also embark on my own journey to England and cordially invite you and Jodi to enjoy a nice trip to the English countryside after you guys get settled.
I have to say as a fan of epic level play, Mythic really scratched that epic level itch. If you can challenge (maybe not easily defeat) demi god powered things such as Demon lords, Arch devils, and empyreal lords I say that is high enough. The death of gods should be super divine cataclysmic events that are beyond the ability of mortals. Lets face it as a top mythic tier 20th level mortal you can already effect events on a global and even eternal scale (by killing demigods). Why do you need to go further than that?
Ok to the naysayers.
Canada. Any Praire Highway. 2nd largest country via landmass in the world. Beaten only by Russia.
Jessica Price wrote:
I have to side with Jessica here.*Big confession on my part*
I have an aversion to trans folks. But it is a visceral reaction inside of me. But guess what I don't actually dislike them or anything. I in fact stand up for their rights and all. I found the aversion unacceptable and forced myself to get to know some folks from that community and to fight it. I never want to be that way and even though I don't really know where the ingrained reaction came from in the first place, I decided I wasn't going to let it rule my actions. Because that is not who I am and what I want to be. Does that make me transphobic? Maybe not sure but I am certainly not going to let it stay that way.
To wrap it up actions do speak louder than internal feelings.
Back where I grew up in New Brunswick we had the Maliseet tribe. They had a legend of the little people who lived along the river in small holes. The Maliseet would trade with the little people who were about as tall as a mans knee. The little people were apparently known for odd rituals and the gift of not being seen when they wanted to, even in broad daylight. They had a side of trickery to them as well, they would braid peoples hair into elaborate shapes when they were asleep. They loved the smell of sweet grass as well and could always be coaxed out of hiding by burning it. The maliseet said that the little people started to leave after colonists started to arrive, and went away completely after dams were built in the river and changed the river so much.
Erik Mona wrote:
I really wish I could financially afford to buy more minis. But in reality it is usually just one case with the gargantuan incentive and every now and again 2 cases. Also because I have a large established minis set the builder sets has as of yet been unable to help me build anything. And buying minis I don`t need is a bit frivolous, as I already have opening parties with every new case that arrives in which I give away the minis I don`t need from the case. That being said you produce a townsfolk builder set and I will buy a case of that no problem maybe 2.
I agree the builder sets are awesome especially for beginner GMs who want to build up their mini collections. I however haven`t bought them only because I don`t need them. I will buy a case of every new set however and with the Wrath of the Righteous minis I will be getting 2 cases as I will be running that game fairly soon. (January)
I also hate gender policing. What affects me more is enforced stereotypes. See I am gay and have a husband, I don't have a lilt in my voice I am not effeminate at all (and have no problem to those who are), I was raised a s a farm boy who played football and listened to country music. To this day I am just a usual guy personality and it freaks out every person who finds out I'm gay. I get a lot of "No Way, you can't be." or really freaked out guys who never saw it coming. Hey guys I got news for you, personality and homosexuality are not always related!!!!!
Umm for those of you questioning whether you could bring back Aroden with a simple True Ressurection, I have a logic question for you. Iomedae was the divine servant of Aroden she was a deity at the time of his death, and know what Iomedae stands for do you not think if she could bring him back she wouldn't? Do you not think that if Iomedae knew what happened to Aroden she would stay idle about it? James am I making any sort of logical sense?
Conversation between me and my friend Vanessa.
Hello Dungeonmaster Cal
Mika Hawkins wrote:
See I already tried to bribe Mike and Will. They immediately iron walled and started and extortion racket to get more money, until I almost had to get a briefcase full of 20s
James Jacobs wrote:
I see, very good to know. Is it also responsible for the typos in the pathfinder published material I see every month? >:)
Jess Door wrote:
Alas I must wait until January lucky lucky Jess gets to run it immediately.
Popeyes is a natural health and vitamin store in Canada with no chicken whatsoever. Just aisles and aisles of pill bottles. So beware zombie if you ever come here do not be fooled.
My view on Homosexuality in Golarion.
These are just my personal perceptions of the setting and my commentary. Feel free to discuss.
Funniest conversation came up in game. My character is a LG Cleric of Iomedae of traditional Cheliaxian descent. So he is openly gay a very masculine character and recently while visiting his mother she mentioned a certain girl he should marry.
Just wanted to give a shout out to you guys and gals. August was a hard month for you, Gencon was hectic as usual and the August orders were really long and hard work to get out. I know you Customer Service crew took a beating from undeserved tongue lashings, and tireless work, and you warehouse crew worked extra hours to get stuff out the door. So I will try and be at Paizocon 2014 and I owe all of you a round of drinks. And I hope you all know despite the inordinate amount of complaining you had to deal with this month you are appreciated.
My friends who attended Cornell couldn't stand to work there for long post-grad because of the isolation. It has a hella high suicide rate. I think they just fenced in a campus bridge this last school year because of so many jumpers. Gorgeous but isolated is the verdict.
You`ve never lived in Newfoundland :P
Celestial Healer wrote:
I am just saying this because if Cornell University has the large bird research going on then they are likely the ones to be hiring is all. And there will be a glut of bird research happening in the gulf of Mexico, and if I know Texan mindset ( I really don`t) they would want the research to be done by them.
Celestial Healer wrote:
If we ended up in New York State, it would likely be at Cornell, as they are the biggest bird research University in the Northeast.
Well my husband is a seabird researcher and you guys are on the gulf of Mexico, researchers jobs could definitely crop up especially after the BP disaster in the gulf affecting wildlife. So you never know.