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FullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 3,216 posts (4,407 including aliases). 3 reviews. 4 lists. 1 wishlist. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 28 aliases.


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pezlerpolychromatic wrote:

I don't promote things very often, but this was too good to pass up. My wallet is already hurting, but you all need to jump on this.

Behold Ma'al Drakar, the Dracopocalypse:

Party annihilation

Even before the Kickstarter launch I heard that "Tiamat" was going to be part of this set.

As I had already spent $660 on Bones 1 and 2 and not one of those minis has been painted as yet I was hoping I would not go overboard with this set.

Fat chance of that happening now. I'm in for TWO of of those Reaper "miniature" version of Tiamat. And a host of add ons, I hope to still keep in under what I spent in previous years. Reaper always times their crowdfunding near the of Gencon and my game expenditures hit absurd amounts at this time.

"Hello I am Baron Arem Heshvaun, and I am an addict."

QUESTION

While that Ma'al Drakar is Tiamat by any other name, I was looking through them, are any of the other Dragons in the set supposed to be her adversary Bahamut the Platinum Dragon, Draco Paladine?

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archmagi1 wrote:
.... start wars

Yes please , let's.

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Jaelithe wrote:
And most crackpots assume they're visionaries.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

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69. Thief!

70. Hobbit!

71. Baggins!

We hates it forever!

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Rosgakori wrote:

I would love to hear what people think of this trailer and the movie BEYOND Joker and Harley.

I really like how the team looks. Deadshot's costume is on point. And I'm really excited to see Wil's performance. Killer Croc looks awesome, so great to see him in live-action movie. And my favorite Squad member Captain Boomerang looks just like the scumback he is. Next trailer better have him throwing some 'rangs! Also interesting to see how Slipknot fights in the movie. He seems to have some kind of rope-gun. Batman should sue. Really digging the Katana's look as well. She oozes threat and danger and I love that.

Amanda Waller also looks good, and her attitude towards the criminals is spot on. They are just tools for her.

[Slow clap]

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Le Sigh.

I'm sorry but that was jarring.

I am trying my best to be optimistic. Really I am, this is Star Wars and I want to believe. Maybe more than anyone else in this forum.

But that excerpt was NO Heir to The Empire.

It's barely "young adult" level.

I'll handily take writers from West End Games D6 Star Wars over this.

I am hoping it gets markedly better.


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Krensky wrote:
Cesar Romero was more believable and better looking as the Joker than Leto is.

Preach it brother Krensky. Ye Olde ways are the true ways.

Let us return to black and white TVs and coal as a main source of energy!

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Freehold DM wrote:

Such hate, lord snow.

Feels good, doesn't it?

Your Hate has made you powerful ... Now, fulfill your destiny and return this thread to Star Wars The Force Awakens

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Everyone is going gaga for Harley, and rightly so.

But between Paper Towns and this movie Cara Delevingne who is on the second picture in that link, will blow up as well. Supermodel by day, geek sexbomb by night.

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But that's just it.

Now that DC is putting forth their A game and setting up their Cinematic Universe, Marvel will be forced to shore up their upcoming movies and make sure that their story lines are just as just as compelling, provoking and innovative.

Marvel can't rest on their past laurels, impressive as they may be.

It's almost like the Golden Age of comics part deux.

DC and Marvel are in the gladiatorial pit voraciously fighting for our entertainment. WE ARE CAESAR, it's up to us to give a thumbs up or thumbs down.

Who comes out ahead of all this?

Why we the fans course.

To quote the Mad Prophet Sheen, "Winning!" Tiger blood and all.

We are, gentlemen, living in the Golden Age of Geekdom.

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Ultimately there are two types of men in the world.

The hard working, patriotic, muscle pump loving, honest, God fearing, Arnold Schwarzenegger fans.

Unt all the little puny girlie men.

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Kthulhu wrote:
Jessica Jones is so much higher than Dawn of Justice on my "must watch" list.

I may be an extra on season 1, stay tuned.

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Orville Redenbacher wrote:
Shia laboof?

Alert ALL Fleet Commands. Focus ALL firepower on Orville Redenbacher.

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Soon my preeties.

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Hama wrote:
Bleh. You have to be a subscriber for that.

Join us Hama ... And we can Rule the Galaxy together as Noble Undead Attic Dweller and Wolf's Head.

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Set wrote:
The one two punch of watching Daredevil and then Age of Ultron, and then going back and watching some other movies again, just reinforced that I prefer the smaller stories.
Well, Antman is as small as they get :)

I am trying to see what you did there ... but it's so small.

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Set wrote:
I'm probably the only person in the world that would rather have seen Captain America 3: Serpent Society over Captain America 3: Civil War. :)

This is Set, who just jockeying to add the Scalykind Domain to his divine Portfolio.

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Charlie Brooks wrote:
This is an in-between adventure for the Baldur's Gate series - 2nd edition rules, following the story of the protagonist from the first game

Did you say 2nd Ed rules?!!

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RULE BRITANNIA!

Could Lem do justice to that patriotic song?

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Wayne Reynolds wrote:
Hope you have a good weekend too. Though the 4th of July is just like any other day to us Brits. :)

Oh, RULE BRITANNIA then!

Bit of Trivia.

It is attributed to England’s King George III, who supposedly wrote in his diary, “Nothing of importance happened today” on July 4. But if it sounds like a historical irony too good to be true, that’s because it is.

NPR discovered five years ago that George never even kept a diary and the myth stemmed from an actual diary entry of King Louis XVI of France from 1789.

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Set wrote:
I'm intrigued to know if this book will give a little bit more information on evil organizations, like the Aspis Consortium.

The Aspis Consortium are the Washington Generals of Golarion.

In PFS we call them Team Rocket.

They make the Red Wizards of Thay look like competent.

The Aspis Consortium, giving Evil a Bad name.

It's like a whole continent spanning organization decided to emulate and method act all the tell tale qualities of the two Home Alone villains.

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Star Wars Shattered Empire

This bit sounds EXACTLY like West End Games from 1987 and everything after that, up to Wookiepedia. So maybe EU is not that off base.

Emperor Palpatine’s twenty-year reign of terror new found prosperity and New Order came to an abrupt and fiery end in the skies above the forest moon of Endor. A decisive victory for the Rebel Alliance, to be sure, but even with the loss of its leadership, the Empire’s Moffs and regional governors retained their hold on important systems from the Core to the Outer Rim, thanks to the might of the Imperial Starfleet. Now, with a power vacuum atop the Empire, those Moffs will jockey for position and control, and the heroes of the Rebel Alliance will soon discover that a wounded and fractious Empire may be more dangerous than any threat they faced before!

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Pan wrote:
Interesting, cause this thing is getting torn apart everywhere else I read.

Again I'm an Arnold fan, and [nostalgia]. Also 7.5 score, that's barely a B- right?

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A quick reminder of not comprehensive but up to date, Marvel and DC schedule of releases, its a good time to be alive for comic book fans.

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I just saw a screening. I must say its good to see Arnold Schwarzenegger on the big screen again. I was really hoping for a win for him.

It is in a way, at least in part. A lot of the cinematic cues for those who watched the original Terminator, and Terminator 2. I can't say I remember the others in the series too well.

There are some plot holes, and the acting is about what you would expect from an action movie, but the movie is still a nostalgia filled romp ride with some good hard action scenes.

My best advise? Do Not watch the trailer, at all. It gives away some good plot points, not sure why they did that. Marketing must think the movie going public needed more push to see the movie and in the process gave too much away.

It's still a fun enough quick ride for us getting long in the tooth, a 7.5 out of 10 for some action scenes and funny moments, almost all featuring Arnold.

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Marvel Confirms Spiderman will be in Captain America Civil War.

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Some lesser men just want to watch the world burn ...

Cosmo the Great and Terrible (at everything) is no lesser man.

Great Men like Cosmo remember to keep the world under a low pressure heat, stirring occasionally and lovingly sautée it in its own tasty juices.

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I just thought we should trademark the Condemned Culpability Cult of Cosmo, C4 for short.

Gencon is around the corner, and ya know, sacrifices in honor of the Mustachioed Master of Mayhem (patent pending) need to be made.

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icantfallasleep wrote:
What's so great about Alchemists?

That is simplicity itself Mein Liebchen.

To start off "Every" and in conclusion "thing."

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A biotech startup has managed to 3 D print fake rhino horns.

These horns carry the same genetic fingerprint as the actual horn. The company plans to flood Chinese rhino horn market at 1/8 of the price of real horns, undercutting the price set by poachers and hopefully forcing them out eventually.

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Episode 0

Episode 1

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I'll just leave this here, while I whistle The Imperial March.

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I'll just leave this here.

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RainyDayNinja wrote:
Is there really an orgy scene? Because, you know, my wife uses the same Netflix account, and I can't delete my viewing history.

It's nowhere as fun as most hetero men would hope it is so I would not worry, most Carl's Jr commercials have more heat.

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The limits of cognitive abdominal speculation.

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Everyone seems to know that not only had he met Tolkien but was given the great author's approval to play Gandalf "if the version was ever made."

Some more amazing facts about Sir Christopher Lee.

1. Was Knighted and a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, and the Venrable Order of St. John.

2. Help fight (and defeat!) the Soviet Union being on the side of the Finns.

3. Help fight Nazi Germany on FOUR theaters of the European and African war.

4. Actually met with Rasputin's conspiratorial killers and was present at the final execution in France that would use the guillotine.

5. He is a cousin to Ian Flemming, who was encouraged by Lee to publish James Bond. Later Flemming would want Lee to portray 007, but he would become the James Bond Villain Saramanga instead.

6. Is related to by blood to the family branch that would come to the Americas, including Robert E. Lee.

7. These and all of his interesting relations pale in comparison to another one. Christopher Lee is a descendant of Charlemagne himself.

Sir Christopher Lee also entered the Star Wars saga Long before his portrayal of Count Dooku.

While the art for the character never seemed to realize this properly, Christopher Lee was the inspiration for Grand Moff Ardus Kaine in 1994, as the Grand Moff who would take over Grand Moff Tarkin, who was portrayed by his life long friend, Peter Cushing.

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Lord Fyre wrote:
I get the impression that the Movie Loki is a much better fighter then his comic book counterpart.

Well to be fair so are Pathfinder Rogues versus 1st Edition Thieves.

Loki is just keeping up with the times.

;)

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Play this LOUD sometime today.

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Set wrote:
I've had some really annoying song by 4 non-blondes stuck in my head for two days. binge-watching Sense8 until my brain turned to meme-suggestible mush.

Damn it.

I got home from work at 3 am and saw Set's post which reminded me about this series so I decided to make "dinner' and watch it to pass out.

BIG MISTAKE.

I am on episode 5 now its 7 am and I have not gone to bed yet.

I plan to make an oyster omelette (yes it's a thing) for what is now breakfast and watch two more episodes before I take a 1 hour power nap then go back to work. Goodbye REM sleep.

As to how to Mind Meld the song out of my head I have taken the precautionary steps by listening to Dean Martin and The Imperial March from The Empire Strikes Back remixed by Galantis as I shower.

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I blame Cosmo's bad publicity for Cosmos delisting from the Philippine Stock Exchange.

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We (both the Royal and the plural personal "We") blame Cosmo.

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Soon the stars will be right.

edit warning cthulhu fhtagn cthulhu fhtagn

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Darth Vader, The Terminator, and THE SHARK from Jaws are all pulling better numbers in the polls than the GOP candidates and Hilary Clinton.

Even Voldermort is ahead of most of those candidates seeking the to be the Republican standard bearer.

God Bless the USA.

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Is it a safe bet that you will be playing this?

What about this iteration of the game are you excited about?

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[thumbs up]

[meaning I stab you upward through the heart]

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ulgulanoth wrote:
That cat man, must be an animal companion

I always thought that was the case.

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Erik was in New York and shared pics of the conclusion to your campaign where he played Ostog the Unslain, congratulations on completing the campaign.

With Mad Max proving to be a hit are you itching to run a post apocalyptic road warrior game?

Did you ever play the original Car Wars game?

George Miller directed the entire Mad Max action franchise, noted for its profound violence. Ironically, did you know he is also the director of three family friendly movies: the second of the Babe movies, Babe: Pig in the City (1998), and both Happy Feet movies, Happy Feet (2006) and Happy Feet Two (2011)?

Did you know the jacket worn by Tom Hardy is the exact same one worn by Mel Gibson in the original trilogy, although heavily worn?

Some fun facts for you about Mad Max Fury Road

Spoiler:

The movie was shot in sequence.

The flame-shooting guitarist is Australian artist/musician Sean Hape, better known as the artist Iota. In an interview on Vice, he said the guitar weighed 132 pounds, and shot real gas-powered flames, which he controlled using the whammy bar.

The portion of the blood-bag information tattoo being painfully needled into Max's back at The Citadel that was completed before he escapes reads: Day 12045, ht 10 hands, 180 lbs, No Name, No Lumps, No Bumps, Full Life Clear, Two good eyes, No Busted limbs, Piles OK, Genitals Intact, Multiple Scars, Heals Fast, O-NEGATIVE, HIGH-OCTANE, UNIVERSAL DONOR, Lone Road Warrior Rundown on The Powder Lakes V8, No Guzzoline, No Supplies, ISOLATE PSYCHOTIC, Keep Muzzled...

Director George Miller has written a background story for The Doof Warrior, the heavy metal musician, playing the flame-shooting electric guitar on The Doof Wagon.

Max's sawed-off shotgun misfires twice, as it did in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior

To prepare themselves to go into battle, ready to sacrifice their lives for Immortan Joe, the War Boys spray their lips and teeth with a silver substance, very much like common spray paint. Both the War Boys and Immortan Joe often speak about this as though it is a religious ritual, saying that it will allow them to "...arrive at the gates of Valhalla, shiny and chrome". However, in a May 2015 interview with CraveOnline, actor Hugh Keays-Byrne, who plays Immortan Joe, said that this practice, which the War Boys think is purely ritualistic, actually involves the inhalation of "...a very euphoric drug" that keeps the War Boys high and suicidally devoted to Immortan Joe. Another clue to the spray's narcotic properties is the fact that "chrome" and "chroming" are Australian slang terms for inhalant abuse. Writer/director George Miller said that he got the idea for this from Australian filmmaker David Bradbury's 1981 Vietnam War documentary "Front Line", in which Cambodian soldiers preparing for battle suspend small jade figurines of Buddha from their mouths with little straps.

This is the second Mad Max featuring Hugh Keays-Byrne. He played the villain Toecutter in Mad Max (1979).

The movie was originally planned as a sequel to Mad Max (1979) and a prequel to The Road Warrior. It is believed that Immortan Joe would have been the Toe Cutter, who survived the accident in Mad Max but was badly injured, resulting in his body being battered and broken. Also, Rictus Erectus was supposed to survive the accident at the end of the film, with a broken neck and some burns, and he would have become Lord Humungous.

There is a theory that Mad Max in this film is actually the Feral Kid from the second film, Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior (1981). Max does not speak very much in this film, and he grunts a lot like the Feral Kid. He also has a music box, like the one that Max gives the Feral Kid in the second film.

At one point Toast (Zoë Kravitz) is seen playing with the innards of a small music box, a reference to Max giving a similar device to The Feral Kid (Emil Minty) in Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.

In the last scene of the movie, Furiosa's eye is swollen shut as a result of injury, the same as Max's is at the end of Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior.

The film editor, Margaret Sixel, is director George Miller's wife. When she asked her husband why he thought she should do it as she had never edited an action film before, Miller replied, "Because if a guy did it, it would look like every other action movie."

After the War Rig is driven off the platform and the platform begins to rise as it is drawn back up into The Citadel, a lone woman can be seen standing in the center. In the previous wide-angle shot of the crowd, The Wretched were shown begging for a place in Immortan Joe's coterie. This woman, played by Debra Ades, was likely brought aboard to be used as a breeder.

This is director George Miller's first R-rated movie since The Witches of Eastwick (1987).

On April 3, 2015, Tom Hardy announced he would sign on for 3 more Mad Max films.

Rosie Huntington who plays a pregnant favored breeder and I were personal friends and remained close even at the height of her modeling career. Alas after getting the role in Transformers: Dark of the Moon she let a lot of her friendships in New York drift apart.

This film is considered an Ozploitation movie, an Australian genre and/or Australian exploitation movie.

At least four members of the cast have been involved in comic book films. Tom Hardy starred as Bane in The Dark Knight Rises (2012), Nicholas Hoult starred as Hank/Beast in X-Men: First Class (2011), Zoë Kravitz who starred as Angel in X-Men: First Class (2011), and Josh Helman who starred as William Stryker in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014). Hoult also starred in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) and will star in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse (2016).

Compiled from IGN and IMDB, and one personal fact from me.

You would think the flame shooting guitarist would give the hunting pack a morale bonus.

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More NPC panel filler.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Don't Trust Me wrote:

James, at Gencon will you and Baron Armen Heashvaun please meet me here?

No urban Aboleths I promise!
I'll deputize Jason for that task.

Everything is proceeding as I have foreseen.

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