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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
Yup, according to the writers, the queen of blades was inspired by...a different kind of blades :-D
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.
We have a thread about what we have for lunch, what music we are listening to, right now, how about another one in the same vein?
Not every night is gamenight, not every evening is filled with fancy socializing, sometimes you just want to spend your time at the cinema, the theatre or watch a TV-Show, a sport event or work on your netflix queue... if tonight is such a night, tell us what it is you will most likely be watching.
I will start: I am rather sick-ish the lst few days, so I spend a little too much time on the couch reading and working through my 'movies I still need to watch' stack.
I have just finished 'Invaders from Mars (1953)' and will watch 'After the Sunset' later. If my sickness will not tire me out sooner than usual, I might watch 'Falcon rising' as well.
P.S. I would be happy if we could manage not to use this thread to bash other posters entertainment ;-)
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.
Oh most awesome Customer Service, it seems that while I wasn't looking, this order has grown to epic proportions. While I am happy about that, would it be possible to put the order on hold for about two weeks, so I can make the necessary arrangements (find a dungeon, kill the monsters, take their stuff...)?
You could possibly use the entire Darkmoon Vale arc (including the Last Baron adventures) with a bit of work. Take a look at the miserable conditions in the vale and have the PCs be Cheliaxian spies send to undermine the consortiums and Andorans hold on that area, helping people and guide them slowly toward the defection from Andoran and back into Cheliax 'loving' care.
Lord Snow wrote:
Don't worry, I am sure they won't take long to add stuff - considering Attila has already 3 Culture Packs out...
Pineapples are more insidious than you think. Most living things, you lop the top off, throw it aside, and that is that. Pineapples, you lop the top off, throw if aside, and IT GROWS INTO AN NEW PINEAPPLE PLANT ready to expand its nefarious, sweet, chock-full-of-pineapplely-goodness reach!
Wow...I really want to play a pineapple based disease in Plague.inc now...
I just started playing (yay Steam release!), so I probably won't encounter the draught for a while (and I hope future updates will bring a little more variance in missions - stubborn single-player here - and Thargoids, I am not sure what will happen with mining - if it stays in the Elite/Frontier tradition, it will stay terrible...) and it is fun, challenging but fun. Dogfights can be pretty intense, much more so than in any of the X-Games.
Fans of Space-Sims should check this one out!
The old white styrofoam peanuts weren't that bad (from a customers POV, I am not talking about their enviromental impact), but that gren stuff must come straight out of warehouse hell. It sticks to pretty much everything, especially it seems to like to stick to hair (hellooo green dressed kitty) and paper - little flakes of that stuff works its way into every book to remind you of the fun you had unpacking for months to come!
Seriously, I am pretty happy that everything (well everything that finds its way into the box ;-) ) gets to me undamaged, but, oh most awesome Customer Service, if there is an alternative to the shiny green styrofoam peanuts, I would be delighted if you took it.
From my Steam and GOG lists (I left out the too well known games as you have probably played them)