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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.
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.
Charles Scholz wrote:
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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 ;-)
Non-catholic Christian, I presume ;-)
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.
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 ;-)
Its probably more like car shaped demons being summoned in Bavarian car factories...
I guess she would, should she ever encounter LARP-ers enjoying their favorite hobby with real weapons ;-)
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...