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Gisher wrote:
feytharn wrote:
Significantly too much pizza.
'Too much pizza' is not a thing.

That is what I thought...until very recently ;-)

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Significantly too much pizza.

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Jessica Price wrote:

Welp, this thread sure is a lot of dudes talking about us, and congratulating themselves for being enlightened enough to have women in their groups, rather than to us. Or better yet, asking questions and listening.

I'm unclear as to why anyone would think that men's opinions on women in gaming groups are relevant or needed. You don't get to decide whether we belong here. Anything you have to say about women as a monolith--whether we make good GMs, whether we make good players, etc.--is ignorant and inaccurate as we're not a monolith. Any discussion of how to make gaming tables welcoming to women should be led by women. You shouldn't be trying to speak for us. So I'm not sure what purpose discussions talking about us as if we're some sort of exotic animals serves.

I mean, if you take gender out of it--"blue-eyed people in gaming groups--what do you all think?"--the absurdity starts to become apparent.

I hope that my 'advice' didn't offend anyone. Someone asked a question and I tried to give my perspective - I certainly did not wish to put that above womens perspective in this discussion, that would be quite ridiculous.

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Trekkie90909 wrote:

It's good to see that so many groups have a diverse player-base, following the numbers on this thread it seems that a lot of groups are 20-50% women. Of the groups I've GMed, mostly via Roll20, I've had one woman and one girl out of about 25 people total over the course of running 1 permanent/ongoing campaign, and 4 short/now-defunct campaigns; this comes to a bit under 10% women:men.

I wonder if this has generally been people's experience in online games, and if not, what suggestions people have for making a more girl/woman-friendly gaming environment.

I think it is important to remember that to most girls and women who game, being female comes completely natural. Don't make that the central point for wanting / having them in your group. You probably wouldn't even say to yourself "How great that Adam,, a man, is gaming with us" - in the same vein, don't make it about Eve, the woman.

She will probably have joined your group to game with you, not to be gawked at as some factotum, nor as a price to set apart your group from others. She is probably not there to flirt with you, to become your or your players girlfriend or token gal.

Treat her more or less like everyone else - try to find a gaming style that fits everybody in the group, not singling her out either way. Don't expect her do be an inherently different gamer just because of her gender.

As a GM: Don't single her character out for all the stuff you always wanted a female PC for - rape / love potions / magical pregnancy / NPCs 'she can't resist' etc 'just because' - don't do it. As a player: don't creep on her character just because your character is the strongest, most charismatic or best endowed guy there is.

In other words: it helps if neither the players nor the characters act as disrespectful mysogynists.

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While I can hardly argue with the recommended games (those of them that I know at all I know would do well for the game you described) I'd like to add All flesh must be eaten + A fistful of Zombies into the mix.

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Because women have to dress modestly, otherwise they are clearly something that would rhyme with war. Even when everything written about the story of the character you clearly describe but shy to name implies otherwise - hooray!

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If they make his return fittingly outrageous, I do not have a problem with that, whatsoever.

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German lentil soup (homemade), fresh buttered bread (homemade).

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She has always been here
;-)

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In addition to the Hells Vengeance Boos (once the come out) you might want to look at 'agents of Evil' From the Player Companion line and 'Cheliax, the Infernal Empire' from the Campaign Setting line. The previous AP "Hells Rebels", also not directly related might hold some useful stuff, especially since you can get the first three volumes in a very good "Humble Bundle" deal, right now.

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Poison Pie wrote:


CBDunkerson wrote:
"At this point, anyone still having trouble getting files, even with the many workaround options posted in this thread, should probably post the particulars. It could be an issue already discussed or even something unrelated to the traffic spike."

There are more than one thousand posts in this thread. The "many work around options" need to be summarized on the first post or some place obvious. It is ridiculous to ask us to search through 1000 posts, especially when the server is so slow that there is a lag even in the forums.

Telling people to install a different browser on their computer is not a reasonable solution. In February, 2016 Chrome was used for 69% of all page accesses.
(source: http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_stats.asp )
This market share continues to grow. Like it or not, chrome is now the browser standard.

In response to the comment to post particulars, the particulars are simple.

I click on the link, it says personalizing.
I wait much longer than the suggested 60 seconds.
If I am lucky, I get to the message at the top of the page that says "If the download doesn't start in 5 seconds, click this link".
The download doesn't start.
I click the link, Chrome eventually times out.
Tomorrow when I come back here, this file will be marked as having been downloaded yesterday, when no such thing happened.

This begs the question: What do you expect when a formerly unknown problem surfaces?

An apology? Paizo did that.
Acknogledging the problem? Paizo did that.
Working to fix the problem? Paizo told us they do that and I assume that to be true.

Unless you develope a blackbox with a "everything works fine" switch on it, there really aren't so many options left.
Far bigger companies encounter problems with their software/servers/compatibility with standard browsers/anti-virus software. Origis (EA), Battlenet (Blizzard) and Steam all had troublesome days during the last couple of years, making their servers and services unavailable for customers for sometimes more than a day - their entire services.
And those are far larger companies than Paizo. They lost money every minute they were "offline" and they sure as Asmodeus realm weren just waiting for things to fix themselfs - yet they needed time to fix things.

Give Paizo that time, especially since not even all of their services are down. Is it inconvenient? Sure it is. Is it fixable - hopefully and probably. But there is no way now to undo those inconveniences, they can just be fixed for the future.

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Skeld wrote:

Is it Tuesday again? I thought we were only supposed to get new 2e threads on Tuesdays.

-Skeld

Such rules do not apply in leap-years.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
What about Bunnies?

[...]Whimper[...]

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There is a difference between 'being wary of them' 'they are problems' and 'we should stop playing them'.

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A wee bit late, but I finally came around to read much of the bundle, including your novel. I enjoyed it quite a bit - while i found the overall structure of the story a bit trite, the characters and the quirky setting more than made up for it.

P.S. If you don't know it already, you might find the Unknown Armies rpg worth a look - I think some of your characters would fit right in there ;-)

edited for language issues.

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Not a tactics game but a very old RPG series, the gold box games come to mind. The newer Divinity: Original Sin game brings you a lot of fun options, as well.

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My condolences to his friends and family. Farewell.

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Chris Evans, Paul Rudd, Chris Pratt, Robert Downey jr, Mark Ruffalo, Edward Norton, Samuel l. Jackson, great god...I can see...all British...

edit: The'occasional foreign actor' list is far larger then you might think and includes the likes of Cary Grant, Brigitte Bardot, Rod Taylor, Richard Burton, Julie Andrews, Johnny Weissmuller, Arnold Schwarzenegger and others.

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I bookmarked the page and backing this will be more or less the first thing to do 2016.

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And here I thought this was canon...

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Right now Russia calls a joint operation against terrorists 'doubtful' and put all joint military operations with Turkey on hold. While that is bad enough, right now it does't look like it is going to escalate into WWIII.

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PAizo is indeed awesome, their customer service is most awesome, even!

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Nightterror wrote:


And Kain Darkwind, what about that animate tank, not something you see among Minotaurs and Pixies every day.

I think he tried to hint at the fact that it was attributed to the wrong World War.

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Transylvanian Tadpole wrote:
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She seems to have a knack for building gadgets, and is on a dessert world.

I love dessert worlds. Gateau VII, the Muffin Nebula, the Fondant Rings of Pudding . . .

Sorry Baron! :-)

Wasn't there literally a jello planet somewhere in the expanded universe?

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See, there goes a good tale, swimming away in a lake of vodka...

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Gorbacz wrote:
Is this thread for real, or am I having a particularly bad vodka trip?

I is a semi political possibly trolling thread opened on the paizo boards just before the weekend...do you really have to ask?

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Wikipedia puts 'The Princess and the Frog' on a $105,000,000 budget, so 70 million seem realistic.

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Hama wrote:
Because gore in video games makes people into violent savages....

I am not sure it even takes that much to turn gamers into violent savages ;-)

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If you ever get the chance to trade your starting language for hitpoints, don't hesitate

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Most gouvernments would probably be aware that the resurection of a deity goes far beyond their reach and abilities. Even if they are investigating the rumors, they would probably.
- involve any powerful wizard know to be a friend of the nation.
- involve legal churches
- involve adventurers known to be friends of the nation
They might not give them free pass, but they will probably listen to them and have a certain amount of faith in them doing their own investigations. If the governments or the involved allies investigations do seem to confirm those rumors, the PCs would probably become outlaws, actively hunted by bountyhunters, adventurers, inquisitors and other religious agents, hellknights and possibly hired Red Mantis assassins, depending on how public the gouvernment wants to make the perceived thread.

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Most con artists would have to bow to Razimir for the most succesful con pulled.

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For those exited for Beauty and the Beast: you should really check out the 2014 movie by Christophe Gans. I thought it was absolutely amazing.


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male Human (Corellian)/ Smoothtalking , somewhat ambitious entrepeneur/ Classy Smuggler / Sergeant (Supply Officer)[ Perception 3D+2]

6d6 + 2 ⇒ (5, 5, 2, 3, 2, 1) + 2 = 20
Too confident that he pulls of the iconic wounded scout trooper, Treskan fails to realize, something is off
'try not to roll a 1 on your wild die'...that is like telling me the odds

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cmastah wrote:
feytharn wrote:


The reliance on planet destroing superweapons would make the W40K universe a lot less suitable as a setting for a miniature wargame, wouldn't it?
Not necessarily, it could be W40K's DM's way of saying 'rocks fall and you die'.....provided W40K plays with a DM.....never actually played it so.....

There are planet destroing superweapons in WH40K - but the setting doesn't rely on them. Let me put it differently: If a planet destroying superweapon would be used for every conflict, buying and building armies of minis would be quite pointless.

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Aberzombie wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
Mayo can die in a fire.
I like the way you think. I shall move you onto a new list - list of people to NEVER be devoured during the Zombiepocalypse!

I see, you would rather devour those people that are stuffed with mayonaise...

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Krensky wrote:
feytharn wrote:
On the other hand, if you don't subsist on a vegan but on a vegetarian diet, 1 glass of milk a day is enough to provide for the daily need of B12 for most people. There is a big difference between not eating meat and subsisting on a vegan diet.

You're still killing baby animals.

If you're not eating meat because of moral reasons, dairy's right out too.

I haven't argued on the moral of killing animals. I have just stated that not eating meat is not the same as being vegan.

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Sissyl wrote:

Okay, sure. You CAN find all essential amino acids in veggies. You can probably find the fatty acids too. The relevant issue is if you can find all the needed vitamins. Specifically, vitamin B12. I saw a news article somewhere that there were tiny amounts of it in spirulina algae, but other than that, you can't have it from a vegan diet. And, yes, I know you can take supplements for it, but it sort of puts a damper on the claim that "humans can live perfectly well on a vegan diet". At the very least, we did not evolve for or with a vegan diet. And what happens if you don't get enough? Why, your nervous system starts taking damage, from loss of sensibility from your feet inward, to depression and dementia. The idea of a child not having enough during development is not a happy one. Given this, the reason most vegans who do not get supplements for it don't get severe symptoms from a deficiency is that they have a store of it built up during childhoods eating meat and giving up veganism before these run out.

Edit: Fun fact: Once upon a time, when people started to try treating B12 deficiency, the cure was to eat a few pounds of raw cattle liver every day. It is rumoured that despite the horrible symptoms they were having and the efficacy of the cure, some chose not to take this cure.

On the other hand, if you don't subsist on a vegan but on a vegetarian diet, 1 glass of milk a day is enough to provide for the daily need of B12 for most people. There is a big difference between not eating meat and subsisting on a vegan diet.

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thaX wrote:


Being vegetarians or a vegan is not a normal human condition, we need meat to survive. Tofu and fake fish is not a proper replacement for the carbs we need to survive.

Carbs is short for carbohydrates - you find that neither in meat nor in fish/tofu, but in sugar, grain and some vegetables.

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Hama wrote:
I just read that they had to severely tone down the insane, murderous psychopath that was Ralph Fienes' character. Because Spielberg thought that people would find him unrealistic. The dude had his torture chamber under that villa. And he, reportedly, killed over 500 people from that camp himself.

There is an interesting story about a young black woman from Germany, studying in Tel Aviv who was flicking through a book in a bookstore in Hamburg, recognizing a of her birthmother. After buying the book, doing some more research and later talking to her grandmother (who had kept to herself, for reasons between fear and shame) had to find out that she was the granddaughter of Amon Göth - her own book about her coping with the shock of being the offspring of a psychopath of that magnitude is very interesting.

link

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I only game with friend and family. I decided a while ago that if I have to chose between spending time with people I like and not game or spending time with people I don't particularly care about and game, I chose the former. If something happens in my group that results in a fallout like that, the gaming group breaking apart is the least of my concerns.

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'Don't make the supersuit green...or animated' - what a great line for a Deadpool movie!

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The music you wrote has been part of my life since I have been a child. May your last journey lead you to places beautiful and inspiring.

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" Don't worry, son. We marines have no qualms about killing martians!"

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I liked Wolf among us even better than the Walking Dead games, the fairy tale/film noir mix is incredibly cool - but that is just a matter of personal taste, the stroytelling in both games is extraordinary!

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

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