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15 minutes until I leave for my pub visit,

expect some drunken posting in a few hours :-)


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today lunch at my dads

later Irish Pub with friends/co-workers and a former co-worker who went into retirement, I am looking foreward to see him

I will wear my Dubliners 1994 Tour sweatshirt to honor the occasion


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the boy is wearing a jeans for the first time :-)


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hi everyone

4 day weekend, woooohoooooo

tonight: shattered gates of slaugtherguard

tomorrow: irish pub with friends

saturday: visiting Sabines Grandma in the hospital in Fulda, then Grüne Soße at my mums

sunday: maybe barbecue with friends

monday: we make easter dinner for sabines mum and my dad (a goose from Sabines uncle we have in the deep fryer)


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oh, and:

Rest in Peace, Ultimate Warrior

a very strange person with a somewhat terrible worldview but a hero of my childhood nonetheless


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goooood morning FaWtL,

we are going to the Zoo today , huzzah

I don't think the boy will notice much of it but I am curious about the new bear area they build and I am looking foreward to meet good friends we don't manage to see very often at the moment


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Kajehase wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

So. I am bored at work and decided "Hey, you know what sounds like fun? I'll go through the list of posts I've made that have been favorited by other people and revisit the past. That ought to kill a few minutes." I scrolled through, laughing occasionally, sometimes wondering why a certain post got favorited, until I reached the end. And there it was, the first post of mine that someone else favorited. One I had almost completely forgotten about. One I was, and still am, kinda proud of. The one favorited by Cosmo, although I'm not entirely sure that's a good thing. So, for anyone who cares (and also for those who don't) here is a link to my first favorited post.

I would say that one is a winner :)

I will point to not my first favorited post, but my fifth. (Although my last page of favorited posts are pretty much all from before favoriting began, which means people would have had to go back to find them.)

The best part is that two posts later it elicited an in-character response from Lisa Stevens.

Seems the first post of mine to get favorited (not counting ones made before favoriting was possible) was a combined Beatles-reference and "I want it NOW" post.

first favorited post by me: OP of "let's flesh out savith she" (or however this terribly designed town was spelled)

first favorited in FaWtL: "bought ticket for Amon Amarth *bangs head*"


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Marlon now starts to smile more often and greets his Mom and Grandparwnts with a big smile - me he greets with a healty dose of crying a nd screaming :-/


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Hi everyone,,

and an extra special HI to Solnes, E7, CJ and Woodraven

best of Luck to EveryFaWtL but an extra helping to FHDM


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Ellis Mirari wrote:

I don't think any DMPC is a good DMPC, because a DMPC is by it's very nature a bad thing.

Now, as I say that, understand that I don't consider most recurring NPCs to be DMPCs. A DMPC, in my mind, is:

1) As powerful, or more powerful, than the PCs
2) Takes any amount of spotlight away from the PCs
3) Actively directs/forces a certain course of action for the PCs with the same autonomy as a PC (i.e. not just providing information, but deciding how the party acts on it).

None of those are okay in my book, unless the group doesn't have enough players, in which case #1 is acceptable, but #2 and #3 still are not.

with my friday evening group we use DMPCs since 20 years, no matter who has DMing duty

Why?
1. the DM is truly neutral if he plays for both sides
2. we never trust NPCs and at least I hate to have them along, eitheR they abuse us or we abuse them

our DMPCs follow certain standards:
1. they are made with the same rules (WBL, point buy etc) as PCs but all of us tend to leave them unoptimized
2. they are support characters, good class choices are Cleric(healer), Bard, maybe Fighter, bad choices are Wizards
3. they choose magic items last (but get the same gold)
all of these makes the DMPC usually a bit weaker than a PC


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goooood morning FaWtL

today we have big dinner to celebrate Sabine's Grandmas 85th birthday


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hi everyone,

kid and wife are sleeping, times are a bit hectic at the moment, kid could sleep better

but he is starting to smile more often, makes it worth it :-)


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hi everyFaWtL


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hi everyone,

time change already in the US ?

I think we have at least three more weeks of winter-time over here


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
I'm Xena!
AM XENA

xena as well


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it is rude to brag but I just made the tastiest meat Loaf I have ever eaten,
damn that was good


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hi everyone

Marlon has reached second diaper size !!!


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goood uhm, midday FaWtL,

yesterday Marlon met a bunch of our friends and their children for the first time.

he, of course did not react much but the 3-5 year old girls where quite fascinated, even the 1 year old girl was facinated, looked a lot at him and even caressed his hand carefully

tonight he did not want to sleep at all, I went with him to the couch, he did not close his eyes while I watched 2 episodes of NCIS and one of Inspector Barnaby and Inspector Linley (sp?)
he fell to sleep at 5 in the morning :-/


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Treppa wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyone,

things are a bit hectic but otherwise ok

not much time to post at the moment, though

I have a question about where you live when you get a moment.

My daughter is going to be in Kassel for a month for an exchange program.

Bavaria is lovely and wonderful. I'm not so sure about those Hessians, though... >_>

HEY ! !

we are quite nice (appart from the headless horseman, the big bad wolf, the witch from sleeping beauty and the evil stepmothers of Cinderella, Snow white adn Hänsel and Gretel)


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Rawr! wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyone,

things are a bit hectic but otherwise ok

not much time to post at the moment, though

I have a question about where you live when you get a moment.

My daughter is going to be in Kassel for a month for an exchange program.

Kasse, is the third biggest city here in Hessia, it is 100 miles north of us

she absolutly has to visit Wilhelmshöhe Park, it is Unesco wolr heritage since last year

Sababurg castle should not be far awqy,it is allegedly the castle "sleeping beauty" lived
Fritzlar, Bad Arolsen, Karlsbad and Eschwege are beautiful old towns not far away

Kassel is surounded by beautiful woody hills ranges: Kellerwald, Habichtswald and Reinhardswald

If she has any questions or does need any help,contact us !


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hi everyone,

wife is well again, kid is doing well

I did another hour of hammering plaster from the cellar walls

pancakes and vegetable soup are in the making

not a bad day


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Wohoo, we are famous now


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
MagusJanus wrote:

There's only one way to test that.

Can you flutterwacken?

The real question is: Can Germans say "squirrel".

why, yes. of course we can, there is no th in squirrel,

no th no problems :-)


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today the mayor came by and gave us the welcome cheque every baby gets in our municipality
he did it himself because he want to write a articel (pictures and all) about it for the local newspapers to make this feature more known

he did chose us because he remembered me from my civil service year in 1997, he was my supervisor back then (he was just an administrative clerk at the municipality back then)

the mayor is born on new years day as well,he said he thought it was awesome as a kid because for hi, it was like the whole world celebrated his birthday :-)


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we broke out half of the washing cellar floor dwarven style with big hammers and pickaxe

it went well, I feel a good positive exhausted now


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1992 also marks my first rock show:

Saxon and Motörhead - Bombers&Eagles in 92
Stadhalle Offenbach


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Link to Marlons offical welcome pic on the Hospital homepage and in the local newspapers ( part of the photoshooting on thursday)

click


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hi everyone,

Marlon had a foto shooting in the hospital today, you get a gift certificate from the hospital after birth that gives you the shooting and some freee pics, at the shooting they sell you a foto-book,a calender, thank-you-cards, pictures in various sizes, and with a huge discount if you buy everything - like most parents we lost our will saves and bought everything :-)

the pics are amazing but he refused to open his eyes


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Ladys and Gentleman,
Dwarfs and Dragons,
Longboats of all ages,
The Hessian Tourism Bureau proudly presents to you:

THE MARLON PICTURE GALLERY

Password Aeglos


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Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:

good morning FaWtL,

first night woth the boy was ...... interesting
he slept maybe 90 minutes between 8 in the evening and 6 in the morning, now he is peacefully asleep and looks like an angel - his parents don't look so well

gotta get that kid a stuffed possum or something.

welll, we already did - in honour of you :-)

it is a plush of Heidi, the cross-eyed opossum of Leipzig Zoo, Germanys third most famous dead zoo animal (after Knut the abandoned polar bear pub and Paul the psychic octopus)

we took pics of Marlon and Heidi 5 minutes before I read your post, will be posted soon


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good morning FaWtL,

first night woth the boy was ...... interesting
he slept maybe 90 minutes between 8 in the evening and 6 in the morning, now he is peacefully asleep and looks like an angel - his parents don't look so well


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Marlon is home !!!!!!!!

he was a bit confused and screamed for a time but then we got him into sleep and he is peacefully asleep a good while now
I think he misses the smell and noise of the hospital :-/


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my son has recieved the traditional first letter every German recieves:

his tax identification number
:-)

....Dear Mr. Marlon Schmidt, ......


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most propably Sabine can move in with Marlon this evening and share a room with him for his most propably last 3 days of Hospital, yaaaayyyyyyy


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Kajehase wrote:
Yay! Real winter!

we are around 0/-1*C (32F) for the first time this winter


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INTERNET !!!!!

i have internet again, real internet, wohoooo


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Lamontius wrote:

pure naked statistics

ups,

hides behind statistical charts


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Hi everyone,

Marlon now shares his room in the "premature baby ward" with another baby - named: Marlon Schmidt !!!!
two premature born boys with the same first and lastname in 3 days !!!!!!!

we now have to write birthdate on every item and the trainee nurse already brought the wrong mothers milk bottle to our son :-/ luckily we where observant, now the milk warmers for the two are in different rooms


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hi everyone,
Marlon yesterday upgraded from incubator into a heat- regulation- bed ( or however you call it in english)
maybe we can take him home in a week

still no internet at home, so pics will have to wait a bit longer


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hi everyone,
no internet at home for 3-4 days (and most of the day at Hospital anyway)

the boy is doing good, today he opend his eyes for the first time and we now regularily feed him ourself (he gets pumped out mothers milk and a bit other to get enough volume)

Sabine can have him out of the incubator for 3 hour periods and do what is called "Kängu-ruhen"
guess I will have to explain that:-)
bqsicly she gets bare breasted and the boy sleeps between her boobs, a planket covers both of them
the name comes from german Känguruh (kangoroo) and ruhen = resting : Kango-resting


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hi everyone,

back home after a long day in the hosptial

The Dwarfling and his mommy are doing well, Sabine could take him oit of the incubator and let him lay on her body for almost an hour, she maybe can do it again later this evening


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thank you guys,
I had already slept more than 1 hour until Sabine (who should be asleep in hospital) did send out a mail to everyone
then I got dragged into whtatsApp baby talk, now I am wide awake :-/

it is still very unreal to me, I am a father now ? ! ?


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our little dwarfling decided that he had spend enough time in mommys belly

so, world, please welcome:

Marlon Werner Eberhard Schmidt

born 01.01.2014 at 15:15

a bit small with 2415gramm / 5.234lb but healthy

he still needs a bit of incubator time but he breathes himself (with a little oxygen assistance) and can be feed normally

I am very very broud of his mommy, she did a wonderful natural birth without any complications and was a real trooper the whole time


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hi everyFaWtL,

I wish you all a good slide into the new year!!!

we will stay at home this year, we bought an "oven cheese", that is a big camembert in a wooden box that you put into the oven where its inside melts, you than open it and dip bread into it like a cheese fondue


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a Monk discussion in FaWtL ?????

do we need a new FaWtLrule before we start arguing about Paladin alignements in here ?


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good morning everyone,
we progress nicely with the packing of Sabine's mums and grandmas appartment.
sadly her mums health is not good atm but yesterday and today it did improve a bit

we found a lot of old flyers and postcards from grAndmas various holidays during kommunist GDR times

very cool, she and her late husband visited Moscow, st.petersburg, sotschi, wolgograd, casachstan, turkmenistan and many other places
maybe I report a bit more about that when we are back home


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happy birthday FHDM


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aeglos wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
I did not read the description how big of an item can you make
Build volume is about a 100mm cube (4 inch cube).
you could make your own minis

you could make the entwined succubbi statuettes that show up in every AP


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
I did not read the description how big of an item can you make
Build volume is about a 100mm cube (4 inch cube).

you could make your own minis


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hi everyone,
we savely arrived in the Ore Mountains

take care everyone

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