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Man, I had a really similar campaign once. I built a cleric (because nobody wanted to play one, naturally) with high dex, acrobatics, and selective (exclusive?) channeling. Because nobody would give the rogue a flank, she'd tumble into combat, take total defense in a flanking position (which still threatens), let the rogue sneak attack, then channel if folks got low, excluding the nearby bad guys. Channeling does not provoke. It worked beautifully!
Bad rolls? I've had campaigns like that.
I dreamed last night that I worked in an embassy - either the US embassy in Russia or worked for the Russian embassy in the US. I was trying to get dressed in the morning but all I could find were sweatpants, which I couldn't wear to work. I knew I had just done laundry, so dress pants should have been in my closet, laundry room, or (for some reason) the back of my car, but they weren't there. When my car pool arrived, I had to stop at the store and buy dress pants and be late for work.
Embassy coworkers and I were screening a Fallout-style film about the Russian menace when the light bulb turned on: the Russians had stolen my pants because they didn't want me going to work! I told my boss and started an international espionage investigation. About my pants.
Celestial Healer wrote:
That's actually a common theme in my dreams - looking for some everyday thing and not finding it. I'm sure there's some significance, but it doesn't change the fact that my dreams are fantastically boring.
When I was in the corporate world and extremely busy, I'd get up in the morning, go to work, spend hours clearing out my inbox and checking things off my to-do list... then wake up and have to really do it. I used to cry some mornings.
Freehold DM wrote:
Psssst... Dern posted. Gir didn't. Need to page Lord Synos.
I'm not sure that keeping a bit of the money to live on is actually "evil". I think we're all pretty broke, in game (at least).
Comrade Anklebiter wrote:
I'm doing OK reading about 10 pages each night before dropping off to sleep, but I will forget who all the characters are if I don't keep up. Every scene seems to be an excuse for adding a dozen more impoverished nobles, army officers, and horny youngsters.
Summer school? Aw, man.
I was also getting concerned that DSX wasn't making "wrapping up this chapter" noises, which means it might take some time to heal our moderates, so perhaps medical care would be appropriate to hasten that if we were continuing. Also, RP-wise, it makes sense. Not all of us are Inhumanly blessed. ;)
I also thought I had a moderate and a nearly full physical track, which was alarming if we were going to continue, but I do have a couple of open physical boxes and the minor/severe. As for Kenneth's injuries, it might be a good idea if he goes to the hospital, too. :P
captain yesterday wrote:
Sounds like someone is creating a hostile work environment for you. By the way, those HWE words are HR magic.
That must be why I dreamed last night of a badger swarming with ear mites. Lots of things biting you right now. Sorry to hear it. Hang tough.
I watched a few clips of Citadel DLC and will have to buy it (I only put in freebies). I saw the ladder/46 shots clip and thought it was hilarious. I think they incorporated playtester/QA protests into the dialog for that module. The clips made it look like a slapstick kind of module, which I hope it isn't.
I didn't have the DLC (since it's all downloading now), but I thought the ending was pretty awesome. Anybody who thought it would be shiny and happy after all those long goodbyes... well, they must have skipped out on Interpreting Foreshadowing 101. There were some oddities with the ending - for example, Garrus was in my party rushing the beam to the Citadel, but somehow he exited the Normandy at the end. But all in all, it was a noble death and satisfying wrapup.
Now to replay with the DLC! <3 Plus, it gives me the chance to fix her eyebrows, which somehow showed up bright gray on the imported face, while everything else was dark brown. Bugged me the whole time.
Celestial Healer wrote:
Thursday night, after we booked our reception hall, John went to play in his Wallyball league and turned his ankle. Today the ankle was rainbow shades of purple. I finally prevailed on him to go to a clinic for an X-ray, but I am happy to report it is not broken. Nasty sprain though. Probably a torn ligament :(
Oh, bad news. I'd rather break a bone. Heals faster and cleaner. Poor John.