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Jiang-Shi

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RPG Superstar 2013 Dedicated Voter, 2014 Star Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 6,672 posts (11,529 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 56 aliases.


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Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Feros wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Way to go, Monica! Now you won't have time to knit.
Nice way to find the negative, Treppa! ;)

I do my best!

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

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Way to go, Monica! Now you won't have time to knit.

And congrats to all the finalists on some very nice work. Well done.


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If they are cornstarch, you can art with them.


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I enjoy that structure and the first-person narrative, but some of his readers seem to have big objections to both.

I decided to update Goodreads yesterday because I'd been posting books in this thread but not keeping Goodreads up to snuff. When I went to Facebook, I found it had posted every single one of my rated/reviewed changes to my Timeline. *headdesk*


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BURN THEM! BURN THEM ALL!


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Kajehase wrote:
Feeling like every thread I follow is devolving into pointless bickering (not true, but that's why I wrote "feeling) and could do with some positivity.

You're wrong. So very, very wrong.


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It's a Puccini kind of day. Now I want to learn Italian.

Gotta love WQXR.


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Key lime pie is the best. Even on your trousers.


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Pi day celebration success! French silk and white chocolate cherry.


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Happy Pi Day! We'll be visiting the local pie shop and eating a wedge at 9:26:53.


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I just started Don Quixote. He was knighted and is on his way to get two clean shirts, ointment, some cash, and a squire.


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MWAH-HA-HAAA

I love you guys. Thank you for the patience. <3


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Eh, it's not how big your instrument is, it's how you use it.


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Birdie!

*marks Fratercula Studlius off life list.


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Freehold DM wrote:
For years, I thought the white in my family(mother's side) was Irish. Ancestry.com revealed it was Scottish.

Congratulations!


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You're all wrong. It's periwinkle and ochre.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:

<_<

Forcibly enrolls Limeylongears in the Treppa-Nation.

This makes me picture a Treppa and flock of penguins all dancing in rhythm to a jaunty tune.

You've seen my videos.

That's Ms. Treppa if you're nasty.


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John Kretzer wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Why does John Kretzer want to be alone with other evil presidents, but not with you?
Damn typo I mean 'along with'.....

Freudian typo.

I do think you're onto something there.


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Why does John Kretzer want to be alone with other evil presidents, but not with you?


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<_<

Forcibly enrolls Limeylongears in the Treppa-Nation.


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No love for Frozone? :(


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I'm glad the Tordek clan is unharmed (shaken, not stirred) and hope the Tacticslion pride feels better soon.


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Lord Synos:
I always enjoy reading your Kidlet updates, Lord Synos. You so obviously adore your little dude and enjoy every moment you can with him. Well done.


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Freehold's Sekrit Identity


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Terquem wrote:
I think it is important to also point out that if you are 50+ (like I am) and grew up playing D&D in the 70's and 80's it's easy to delude yourself into thinking that how it was then is how it is now,but it really isn't anymore. Most people get into the hobby, these days, because they were at a MTG tourney, or Pokémon tourney, Local game store's "board game Saturday" event, or other social gathering (comic convention, midnight book release, game convention, or other event).

That's a good point, and rather a shame. My friends and I got into D&D in 1977 because we overheard a game at University and asked the GM if we could join. It sounded like a blast and we were all into SF and fantasy. We had a mixed M/F group and loads of fun. I'm still close with many of that gaming group today. But I can say with confidence that none of us would have gone to a game shop, so we'd have never had a chance to overhear the fun or join this addictive hobby.

It's encouraging that schools have gaming clubs and that some teachers are introducing gaming to improve math, social, and organizational skills, but I guess it is somewhat more isolated than it was when I started playing.


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Oh, to be in Vienna now that the New Year is here. <3


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looks up "raclette"

My God, the Swiss are geniuses! Has a culture ever done more with Cheese? I mean, Wisconsin tries, but they pale in comparison to the Swiss.


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What do you get a dragon who has everything for his birthday?


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I sold my mouse to get Puffin a lanyard for his badge.
He sold his badge to get me a mouse pad.


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HBFHDM


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Midair.


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The Rot Grub wrote:
Dotting. These comics look fun for anyone who has survived higher education.

And for those of us intelligent undead who didn't.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Alternatively, you could do as my parents used to do and regift something you had gotten as a white elephant gift on a previous occasion. In fact, in town we lived in while I was growing up, there was a "tradition" amongst the churchfolk that there was one specific item, I forget what it was, that was handed around every year as a white elephant gift. It had changed hands every year for over 20 years at the time we moved away.

I believe those are called "mathoms".


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Employee of the Year and a Bach solo? Our angel is flying high!


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Oh, right, children's books. I read The Wolves of Willoughby Chase while insomniac Tuesday night. It was great fun!

Kids books are the best.


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Found out yesterday that Denver has a traditional German Christmas market (Christkindlmarkt) near downtown. We'll go next weekend. I'm so excited! Haven't been to one since Munich/Innsbruck about 25 years ago. It's not going to be quite the same without the beautiful old town squares, but it'll be fun anyway.


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Got mine, too! Thanks for everything, Wayfinder Peeps and Paizo Customer Service. You rawk.

<3


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And of course, there's this for your Thanksgiving treat!


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

I know it's still early, but how about a couple of Christmas songs?

Here's a modern one.

And this one is a classic.

no Xmas songs before thanksgiving.

For the record, my choir started rehearsing for our Christmas concert in September. If you're counting, that's 4 months worth of Silent Night.

I have a few college friends who are now music teachers, and one of them commented to me. "No Christmas music before Thanksgiving? We've been rehearsing it since the school year started, and I've been planning the repertoire for the holiday concert since June."

The struggles of being a musician :)

At least you don't have to sing "Pomp and Circumstance" a bajillion times at every graduation.


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My God, it's full of stars.


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I'm a female gamer/GM who started playing in the late 70's and ran a couple of sessions then. I took a loooooong break and came back to 3.5 in 2006. We then switched to Pathfinder when it came out.

I've never run into real trouble with players as a female GM. I have a low, quiet voice, so people tend to talk over me at the gaming table as well as everywhere else in life. At the table, a few threats of '-2' are sufficient to get everyone's attention. I also reward players who pay attention and help advance plot points and flesh out their characters. My focus is on creating an immersive world where players 'become' their characters and have the ability to act as freely and creatively as possible within the confines of their abilities, social position, and finances. Kinda like real life.

The biggest technical problem was the jump from d6 to d20 and hitting 3.5 at the very end of the splat book deluge. There was a TON of material to learn and my memory is poor. I feel I spend an inordinate amount of time prepping, but players have expressed appreciation for the time and effort I put into organizing play (in RL games -- I'm trying my first pbp and have found it tough to keep focus).

As an INTP, system mastery is kinda my thing, even though I am a person of boobage.


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I kept clicking on "Link" and wondering why it wasn't active.


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The Doors of His Face, The Lamps of His Mouth is an excellent Zelazny short story collection, including the lovely A Rose for Ecclesiastes.


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Ümläut the dwarven fighter (1st edition).


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♪♫ I hit her in the butt with a rotten coconut...♪♫

Dammit, Limeylongears!


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Hope you had a happy boopday, robot.


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I thought it was 'squeal'...


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I'm not a big elf fan, but I did enjoy Queen of Thorns, so don't give up hope.


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There's a time and place for blood, Kil. The time is bath time. The place is filling the tub.


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It's either you or cheapy, and everybody knows that cheapy is innocent and pure.

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