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RPG Superstar 2013 Dedicated Voter, 2014 Dedicated Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 3,125 posts (4,008 including aliases). 17 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 19 aliases.


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Vic Wertz wrote:
No change: Not dead, but not currently in active development.

link

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My review is up. Some might wonder why, considering the flaws I perceived, I have still given 3 stars: The encounter isn't that expensive. While it is true that most of the fun my players had were with parts not covered by the encounter as written, the nights game was inspired by what was written, and I still hold an idea of how to use parts of the encounter for something I hope will be more entertaining. If you desperatly need a ready to play encounter, by all means skip this. If you are willing to pay for a little possible inspiration, you could spend your money worse.

Scarab Sages

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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
I swear Kerrigan was NOT Caucasian, though - and Raynor was blonde.

Early description mention her bright red hair and her jade green eyes, both her voiceactors and the athlete that, according to her creators inspired her name are caucasian...while some of the pixelated videos in SC 1 could be seen as a dark skinned, most descriptions and illustratios (from SC1 era) really couldn't.

Scarab Sages

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I have to apologize, too. My game last week had to be canceled, but it looks like I will come around this week and post my review as soon as possible. Sorry!

Scarab Sages

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Baked Camembert, coleslaw and spicy skewered pieces of fillet.

Scarab Sages

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Wee need a little plaster...soon...I think there are far too many angles in this tower!

Scarab Sages

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These changes seem incredibly deserved! Congrats to both of you!

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Congrats! Happy to see you back.

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It's out now :-)

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Yuugasa wrote:
feytharn wrote:
Somebody called the evil clowns?
I hate you=)

:-(

Scarab Sages

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Thank you once again for the fun world and great adventures produced under your creative custody that we get to play in!

Did you pledge or plan to purchase Pillars of Eternity? If so, are you looking forward to playing it and what do you hope to see in that game?

Scarab Sages

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Heh...every sequel he makes is another franchise that escapes his clutches for now!

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The Raid 2 - seriously, I like the first movie, but it is surpassed by the second one.

Captain America - Winter Soldier

Considering Bond, From Russia with Love is, imo more enjoyable than Dr. No.

That is all I got for now (I am sure I forgot some).

I agree about Road Warrior and the D&D Movie.

Scarab Sages

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Thank you for your books, your wit, your anger and your creativity. May the destination of this journey be to your liking.

Scarab Sages

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Charles Scholz wrote:

Three quotes - same movie.

JD: You expect me to sit here in this lousy cell on that...
[notices the red paint drippings on the floor]
JD: What is that red stuff all over the floor there?
JM: Oh, uh...
[waves his boot over the paint]
JM: ...that's the poor fella that crossed the line earlier today.

PD: If that gun had gone off, it'd of blowed right up in my face.
JM: Now it wouldn't have done my finger a hell of a lot of good either, would it? What can I do for you, Mr. D?

PD: Now I'm gonna take a little trip tomorrow and I want you two to behave yourselves while I'm gone. I don't want nobody to make no martyr out of this here sheriff.
TD: What's a martyr?
PD: Oh, I'm sorry. They didn't use words like that in the third grade, did they?
TD: Well, how would I know? I didn't get that far.

Support your local Sheriff!

Scarab Sages

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Tacticslion wrote:
feytharn wrote:
Non-catholic Christian, I presume ;-)

Hah! Point noted!

It's probably worth noting that my wife is Catholic - though I am Baptist - and she loathes swear words of most kinds as well.

Intriguingly, some of the things I consider "not bad" are considered unfathomably rude by her family... and vice-verse (though she tends to be more strict than some of her elders in that regard). Some things we strictly agree on. Funny, that. :)

I didn't mean to imply that all catholics like to swear, but as far as my experience goes, most who dislike it don't do it for religious reasons ;-)

Scarab Sages

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Digitalelf wrote:
memorax wrote:
being bothered by the occasional swear word. Or even just "damn I almost I died". Is trying to hide behind fake innocence as far as I'm concerned.

Being bothered by profanity, is not necessarily trying to hide behind anything, let alone "innocence". The reasons for being bothered by it vary from individual to individual...

As for myself, since I am a Christian, I try not to be around it, as it is a habit from a time before I was a Christian that I sometimes struggle with; but I am not trying to claim innocence, I just don't like being around it. So yes, that does sometimes limit what I am or am not willing to do (like watch certain movies, listen to certain comedians, or being around certain people if they are absolutely unwilling to "watch their language" around me), but that's a conscious decision that I make, and I am perfectly willing to live with any consequences that may come from that decision (which isn't to say that I always like the potential consequences, it's just that I am willing to live and deal with any that may come up).

Non-catholic Christian, I presume ;-)

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The Minis Maniac wrote:
Today is one of those days that has really gotten me down. I just feel after fighting (again) with my mother over trivial crap that if I had a choice I wouldn't be the gay man I am. I am so sick of being yelled at by both my parents. I'm sick of the blind hatred of my step-father. I'm sick of all the hateful comments I see on any political news site I go to. Or even online movie reviews of all things. I'm sick of the awkwardness that inevitably happens when ever I meet someone new and they find out I'm gay. I'm sick of all the people who want denounce my marriage to my husband or think it's their business to comment on it. I just really tired of it all today. These days really suck.

*Hugs* I hope you will always find strength and happiness in abundance to fight off these days.


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Yuugasa wrote:

I wish that a%~&~+$ Shakespeare would stop glorifying this s+*+.

Don't worry, he stopped glorifying profane things a while ago. But you should hear his new sonetts to praise the glory of Azatoth. They are really the peak of his creative work.

Scarab Sages

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I second Shadowrun (the sourcebooks from former editions are still quite useful with the current incarnation). I also think the current Star Wars games by FFG do very good job at showing diversity in gender and enticity in their illustrations.

Scarab Sages

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A little old, too, but too awesome not to mention:German town tricks neo-Nazis intor raising funds for an anti-Nazi charity

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Well, as they say, things don't go smooth.

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Kirth Gersen wrote:
It's worth noting that in David Morrell's source novel, the veteran protagonist is shot to death at the end.

To be fair, he was a lot less 'traumatized good guy' in the novel...

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  • Rebuild: Gangs of Deadsville (manage a group of survivors taking back a city from Zombies, still early access, has two flash-game progenitors)
  • Mount and Blade Warband (medieval mercenaries action/rpg/tactics
  • Silent Storm (WW2 squad-based tactics, reminescient of X-com
  • Xenonauts [basically a remke of the first X-com
  • State of Decay (one of the most engaging Zombie apocalypse games I have ever played)
  • Don't Starve [Sandbox survival game, great artstyle, grim humor

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male 1/4 Elf Lorekeeper???

Merry Samhaun, happy Halloween, happy Reformation Day!

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Congrats! I hope everything works out fine! [knocking on wood].

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Rysky wrote:
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Drejk wrote:
...finishing his facebook note with quite homophobic comment. No there was absolutely no reason for the brewery owner to comment on this... Except maybe wanting to present what a jerk he is, or to promote oneself on wave of homophobic hatred in relation to more famous name. Or both.
The farther along LGBT equality and acceptance seems to progress in society, the more vociferous and more insistent those opposed to it seem to get.
Stupid is as stupid does.

Sad but true, though I am afraid something like this is unavoidable - the farher along acceptance gets, the smaller the group of non accepting people gets. Those who simply hadn't given the issue much thought, those who simply rejected LGBT people/movement because of what they have been taught when they were younger get fewer. Some die off, some learn, some just shut up and let the matter go (as long as they don't see it, it doesn't exist...), so the hardcore haters make a bigger part of the opposition (and at the same time feel more threatened because the mainstream is slowly turning away from their views).

So, let us all hope that soon the only ones left on their side will be the vociferous and obnoxious ;-)

Scarab Sages

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Actually, *beeping* his remarks, blurring his gestures and him becoming even madder at that could be a hilarious way of making the movie pg...

Scarab Sages

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Please follow the Gninjas advice, dodeqaa. I would love to see some art like that in a Paizo supplement or on the cover of one of their novels!


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Does the happy dance before regaining his countenance

Scarab Sages

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lucky7 wrote:

"I am Ahsneeze, father of Achoo."

"Bless you."

Mind the big rocks!


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Necronomicon? Sure, just make sure he reads it cover to cover!


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You are rather optimistic (as you might see it, of course) regarding the date, aren't you?


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Somebody called?

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Just get them to use 'digga' - it sounds similar, it was created by the (Hamburg) hip-hop scene and it is completely non-offensive ;-)

Scarab Sages

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The first and second Rise of the Runelords books make terrific standalone adventures.


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Am I the only one who thinks he is the only one that thinks he is the only one?

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And please, don't let this 'tell us what your favorite game is' thread devolve into a 'your favorite game suxx' thread. We do have enough of these already.
Thank you.

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What I' really want is a prequel - or even a line of prequels. The story told in the first 20 minutes of Pacific Rim would deserve at least one movie.

That said, i am hopeful for the sequel.

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Get a thread you two ;-)

Bought all missing DLC for Borderlands 2 and Saints Row IV.

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Black Dougal wrote:

NS :"C'mon, Eddie. I'm paying you well. Does it really matter where the money comes from? "

EV:"It matters to me. I may not make an honest buck, but I'm 100% American. I don't work for no two-bit Nazi. Let the girl go! "

Rocketeer?

Scarab Sages

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Why don't you just start a petition?

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Not in this case it deosn't
Beware Morgoths Wrath

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Aranna wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Won't everyone be surprised when that car causes the downfall of civilization? Poor guy was willing to fight for us... now there is no more hope... *pinches the last candle to extinguish the last point of light*

Hmmm... are you saying evil demons shaped as cars are being sold on the west coast? They should put THAT in the tourism guides.

Its probably more like car shaped demons being summoned in Bavarian car factories...

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Marthkus wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Marthkus wrote:
Funny how a game that starts off most groups in taverns is somehow incompatible with alcohol...
And funny how an activity that deals so heavily with killing and combat doesn't get better with real weapons and clashes between the players.
Tell that to LARP-ers

I guess she would, should she ever encounter LARP-ers enjoying their favorite hobby with real weapons ;-)

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Marthkus wrote:
Randarak wrote:
Drinking at my house or at my game DOES affect me, or at the very least has the potential.
See it's that last part that bothers me. Replace "drinking" with "homosexuality" or "minorities" and you will understand the problem I have with your argument form.

That is a pretty weak argument. Asking someone not to drink while he is at your house is pretty different from asking someone not to be gay, or change his etnicity to smurf for a while...

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Knuckles Jarvis wrote:
It doesn't change the type of person they are.

Sorry, this isn't true. As soon as it becomes an addiction, it will change the type of person you are.


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Throw the torches here!!!

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I think it relocated here when some thoughtless people startet to bomb the southern hemisphere of their own homeworld...

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I guess Cosmo was a bit to keen to get a picture shaking one of their hand while asking 'Who are you and what do you want?'...

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