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FullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 4,271 posts (5,666 including aliases). 4 reviews. 4 lists. 1 wishlist. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 32 aliases.


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Wraithguard why don't you plan to run a few card demos with us next year and be part of the team of excellent people that manage this website and forum?

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captain yesterday wrote:
I'm fairly certain that's where they have PFS

Where do you live(r) I will contact your Venture Captain in your area, I know a fair number of them from 12+ years at Gencon.

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
One needs tequila for getting rowdy.

If you ever open a bottle of Clase Azul Ultra, which we starts at $21K where I work, I promise not to be rowdy and bring you models to sit with you and yours.

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I better win this thread for this hour.

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What's in a Name?

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Battleship. With Rogue Class levels.

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One Batch, Two Batch, Penny and Dime.

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First Wonder Woman, now this, World War I is so HOT right now!

[Mugatu voice]

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There is nothing as beautiful as The Death Star, fully armed and operational, in close orbit.

I loved seeing all the Imperial Officers as well, brings back the glory days.

It will be great writing back stories for these gallant, poise, ambitious, murderous men.

On the rebel side, I really want that High Command officer next to Mon Mothma to be, Commander Willard from A New Hope or General Rieekan from The Empire Strikes Back.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Set wrote:

Just saw it. I liked it quite a bit, and the bad reviews can go bite me. (Then again, just to be clear, I'm that one weirdo who liked Green Lantern better than any of Nolan's Batfilms, so I'm a sample size of one.)

Say what?

Say whaaat?

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The Villain is revealed.

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Sharoth wrote:
I hope that you, taig, Patrick, and everyone else have a good time!

Thank you great tin wyrm.

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Here's hoping that my gamers smell of linen and lavender.

taig, Patrick, we have great private gaming with a lot of the industry on Saturday evening, contact me via my above post.

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Heading to Gencon in about six hours.

Keep the home hearth fire going here all.

If anybody here is Gencon bound, drinks on me.

Spoiler:

Shoot me a text at six four six two four six seven six four six.

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Of course he had to say "his or her salt," while I wonder if V's sex will ever be revealed at the end of the series, here's hoping it won't be!

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Cole Deschain wrote:
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Amanda Waller is one nasty scary <redacted>.
All is well in the universe.

The soundtrack for the movie is superb.

Each major character is introduced with some music.

Since she is the biggest baddest of the bad in the film, Amanda Waller gets Sympathy for the devil.

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It's getting crowded up there. There being the International Space Station.

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For my Paizo forum friends.

If you are in New York, NY. I have one extra ticket for a 6:30 PM screening today send me a PM by 4:00 PM EST.

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captain yesterday wrote:

How is Jared Leto as Joker, Baron.

I will admit, I like the few snippets of him in the trailers.

They were all great. Well maybe not the gal playing Katana, she was meh. You could have had me in the costume and not tell the difference.

Will Smith I liked as Deadshot. I wished they made him do a little more tricky shots but he was good.

Jared Leto was good and did his own take on the Joker, which is good considering mimicking those that came before would not work here.

He took inspiration from the Batman comic "Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth", which portrayed the Joker as a transcendent, unsettling and seductive person. Jared Leto also cites gospel music, shamans and Mexican cartels as an influence on the character.

Points in Jared Leto's favor -

He shaved his eyebrows in order to play the role to make him look more deranged and psychotic.

To try and find the perfect Joker laugh, Jared Leto tried publicly different laughs in New York City and Toronto to see which ones made people the most uncomfortable.

Jared Leto got so immersed in playing The Joker and he wouldn't break out of character on set even when he wasn't filming. He even sent his fellow cast members "Joker-like" presents: a rat to Margot Robbie and bullets to Will Smith, a soiled Playboy magazine to Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and a dead hog, anal beads and used condoms for the whole crew. Scott Eastwood, commented that Leto frightened him at times with his behavior.

The Joker's various clothes in the film are based on the clothes he wore in the Batman comics -

The tuxedo and white gloves comes from "Death in the Family" (1988)

The white coat and purple shirt comes from "Dark Knight Returns" (1986)

The Joker's brown waistcoat comes from "Joker" (2008).

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Saw the movie Wednesday.

Good stuff!

First half a strong 4 out of five stars.

Second half maybe a 3.5 out of five stars.

Not a fan of the big end game otherwise a good movie.

Three things.

Colonel Rick Flagg has a 3 handicap in golf.

Darnell is OUT.

Amanda Waller is one nasty scary b i t c h.

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Give Dick Grayson my regards.

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And we know how all that lovingly ended, don't we Padme?

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Diplomacy Nat 1 plus racial modifiers plus Real Life as DM, playing in Florida campaign.

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Aranna wrote:

Ok I get the hint. I will add them to my reading list.

Well worth the time!

Set wrote:

Short, short version? Yoda's full of crap, when it comes to the Sith and their rules.

Or possibly his little frog-race are like gully dwarves, and any number bigger than one is 'two.'

Set I see your tenure at the Imperial High Ministry of Extra Planar Propaganda, Exploitation and Re Education was well worth its time.

Thank you, come again.

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Krensky wrote:
Were those Dark Troopers?

They most certainly are!

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Ragadolf wrote:
Sorry, I liked the Expanded Universe. I can't believe that they kept something from it! :)

While the late, great, Grand Admiral Mitth'raw'nuruodo* is the poster boy for later EU, Star Wars Rebels has made a lot of very early circa 1980's Expanded Universe Canon again.

The Inquisitorius and the Imperial Security Bureau (via Agent Kallus), even Kenner Toy's troop transport, to name but a few.

*Out of respect for the deceased I call him by his given Chiss name.

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The theme music for the series could be distracting but instead started to make it feel even more authentic.

Same goes for the title sequence graphics.

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The difference between Japanese gamers and American gamers.

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At Celebration!

New trailer!

The trailer, ends with a shot of Darth Vader and his trademark breathing.

Gareth Edwards revealed James Earl Jones, will be back in the new film.

More later!

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So this happened.

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Traitor!

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Greedo lives!

[Not for long]

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The greatest sci fi movie never made.

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I want NEED to be part of this game!

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I gave you that one Draco Stannum.

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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
A quick guide to Pokemon Go.

I wish I was enterprising as this at age seven.

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A quick guide to Pokemon Go.

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Soon.

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Did I just necro your thread? Fitting for Mordecai!

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A prophecy. Before the Dark Times.

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Let me gift you with some Epic, Orchestral, Cinematic music from movies, videos, and amazing composers for your gaming.

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Let me be the unfashionably late one who says, "HAPPY DAY OF BIRTH TACTICSLION!"

Did you exercise your right to Prima nocta?

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Strength 18/00

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If George Lucas directed The Force Awakens

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Alex Martin wrote:
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Chelia ... I mean COBRAAA!
These days, don't you mean Hail Hydra!? ;-)

I love you. My favorite scene from that movie.

Hail Hydra!

(To be fair Hydra predates Cobra by a few decades.)

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Alex Martin wrote:
suddenly picturing a cheesy Saturday morning cartoon (if such a thing still exists).

Alas not so much. Hence why I get my double dose of cheesiness and extra ham from these boards.

Chelia ... I mean COOOBRA!

:)

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And then I heard the creepy music

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[grough voice] I'm Batcake.

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A new strip is nigh!

I can feel it in my bones.

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