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And Happy Birthday (belated in some cases) to MG, MisterLurch, and any other of you with September birthdays. :)


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Oh, man. Tamrin's post. All the feels. Almost cried in public over that one.


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I finished my sweater-coat last night. It started out as a cardigan, and as I worked I kept making adjustments to the pattern to make it smaller. I still ended up with an extremely roomy sweater-coat at the end. Apparently the pattern was made for giants. :P
Now I have to decide what to knit next. Probably a hat. I could use a quick pattern after spending four months on a sweater. :)


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Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:

Pumpkin season is once more upon us and I am downright giddy! I have pumpkin, two different types of pumpkin cereal, pumpkin coffee, gf pumpkin muffin mix, and ingredients to make a new recipe I just got for pumpkin apple cider! Yay! ^.^

I love fall. It's when all my favorite foods happen. :)

plants self in lynora's window box, wears super suave pumpkin colored outfit, sets black manliness to "pimpkin ain't easy", waits patiently

Well, hello there... ;)


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Pumpkin season is once more upon us and I am downright giddy! I have pumpkin, two different types of pumpkin cereal, pumpkin coffee, gf pumpkin muffin mix, and ingredients to make a new recipe I just got for pumpkin apple cider! Yay! ^.^

I love fall. It's when all my favorite foods happen. :)


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Tacticslion wrote:
I mean: I didn't feel nervous; I don't think I'm sick; I didn't eat right before hand, nor did I starve myself.

Forms work is usually the hardest, IMO. You may be holding your breath in places without realizing it. So many things to concentrate on at once, it's easy to lose track of breathing. Also, because forms bring together so many other lessons. They are often much more physically demanding than they look. When I first started, the masters would have to stop me and tell me to go get a drink of water because I would work myself so hard during forms that I would collapse. I'm better at pacing myself now, but it still happens sometimes if I get really focused on something tricky. I wouldn't worry too much. Just remember to breathe. :)

Edit; and the sweet tea worked because electrolytes. You lose more than water when you sweat a lot. Also this is why you should wash your uniform frequently. Also why martial arts studios often smell like sweat socks. Blech. ;P


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I was feeling tired and unmotivated yesterday so I decided to go clothes shopping since that was fun enough to get past the unmotivated part but still getting something accomplished. And apparently the apparel gods smiled upon me because not only did I have no trouble finding things I liked in my size but I found the perfect tank top. High neckline, loose, straps wide enough to actually hide my bra straps. Glorious. I got a whole bunch of them in assorted colors. :)
And today it is raining but not thundering (so perfect weather in my book), we went out for a delicious brunch, and then stopped at my favorite coffee place for a cocoa latte. And I'm going to make some delicious flourless chocolate cake this afternoon. It is a very good day. ^.^


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The Doomkitten wrote:
Do you go to Tiger Kim's, Lyn?

Nope, different taekwondo school. :)

Speaking of, time to head to class so I can start learning the blue belt form.


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CY, that avvy pic is freaking me out. It looks like a portrait of Ronald McDonald's grandmother. *shudder* ;P


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Survived belt promotion. Woo. Three more months before I have to face the pain again. (It's really, really, really loud and the noise triggers massive vertigo. And I have to do my form through all that. Not a fun time.) Didn't fall over. Did get a little lost during line drills. We'll call that a success and move on.


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The Dalesman wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
Alexander....?
Now we need to work on turning Kuros into Metroplex :)

*facepalm* That....that is just so hilariously awesome....


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Tacticslion wrote:
lynora wrote:

I've never played Minecraft either. But I have a thirteen year old, so I get to hear about the game long past my attention span has faded. (admittedly that was only like two words in...) :P

Edit: I am also treated to long winded explanations of Terraria, Fallout, and Skyrim. Kidlet looooooves stats. So boring. >.<

Oh! I have never played any of those either. I've wants to play Terraria and Fallout, though!

They look fun to play. Just less fun to hear about. :)


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Tacticslion wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:


Tacticslion wrote:
The 3.5 versions were amazing and the single most terrifying creatures printed: namely because it was retconned that, in addition to normal dragon stuff (including sorcerer caster thingies), they were psions of their discipline-type with a manifester level equal to their hit dice.
...Seriously? How did I miss this?

Probably because (if I recall correctly) it was in the eratta documentation that updated the MM2 to 3.5 and, from what I recall, never explicitly mentioned anywhere else.

This transformed them from dragons with attack/defense modes (ugh) and a few psi-like abilities to some of the most terrifying things in print. Sadly, I had little enough cause to ever actually use them - the few Psionic games I've run ended up featuring few (if any) dragons (one, I had plans for, but never quite got there, due to life reasons), and fluffable Psionic nature or no, I ended up running published stuff within one or two campaigns after realizing how they had been so deeply altered, so... no real chance.

But some day... with a single feat taken... a 3.5 game will end in epic psionics...

I find that if you drop them into Pathfinder, they are no longer quite so crazy since everything else got a power boost in the changeover. But obviously one of my favorite creaures. That and anything fey. :)


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I've never played Minecraft either. But I have a thirteen year old, so I get to hear about the game long past my attention span has faded. (admittedly that was only like two words in...) :P

Edit: I am also treated to long winded explanations of Terraria, Fallout, and Skyrim. Kidlet looooooves stats. So boring. >.<


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Cindra Svarog wrote:

What does Nanami teach again?

Cindra rolls her eyes slightly at Lucas' response to Nanami, and catches Phaedra's eye. Her expression seems to comment on Lucas' tendency to always have a response to everything.

Phaedra was watching the whole thing, wide-eyed. Lucas was actually getting into trouble! And he wasn't able to talk himself out of it! She hadn't even thought that was possible.


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Tacticslion wrote:

So: Doomkitten, lynora, and Ambrosia: team Blithen or team Sardior?!

In case my esoterica is too esoteric (or you want to learn more): part one and part two.

Let the eternal debate commence! Ò.Õ

:D

Well, I've never been a big fan of Sardior. He's so bloody smug. Seriously, he's awful. (Why I rewrote the gem dragon pantheon for my game in a nutshell.) So I would have to go with team Blithen. I mean, sure, he's a bit evilish, but what did you expect?! It's what grand viziers do. Everyone knows backstabbing is part of the most trusted advisors job description. ;P


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lynora wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

TOZ: since you're here, do YOU know who Sardior is?

(No one else but me seems to know him around these parts.)
I'm not TOZ, but I do know who Sardior is. ^.^

Dragons + psionics = of course I know! :)


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Tacticslion wrote:

TOZ: since you're here, do YOU know who Sardior is?

(No one else but me seems to know him around these parts.)

I'm not TOZ, but I do know who Sardior is. ^.^


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Tacticslion wrote:

So!

FaWtLians!

Question time...

Which of:
- Lich
- Zombie
- Vampire
- Mummy
- Skeleton
or
- Ghoul
... and which of:
- Ghost
- Shadow
- Specter
- Allip
or
- Wraith
... and why?

Undead and templates so you can think about all the possible permutations and variants of each kind of each of them before making your final answer. And yes, the questions are that vague. Feel free to interpret what they're actually asking. We shall see how correct you are. Hehehehe...

Also, Psychic or Psionic? Why?

If the former, Paizo or Green Ronin? If the latter, Dream Scarred or Wizards? Either way: why?

(I already asked NH in his thread, and decided to just spam you all here. Nyahahahahah~!)

I...don't really have strong feelings about any of the undead. I'd pretty much just pick at random. Except not ghouls because they're gross.

Defintiely Psionic. Dreamscarred. I love how versatile it is, with lots of options for creating all different kinds of superhero concepts within the game rules. Not familiar with the Green Ronin psychic stuff, but OA was a huge disappointment to me. Like kid opening a Christmas present to find a PlayStation box only to find it's full of socks kind of disappointment. It...just doesn't work for me. I wanted it to, but it doesn't. :/


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Kinda obsessed with Harney and Sons Hot Cinnamon Spice Tea lately. I'm going through a tin a week, which is a bit ridiculous, but there are worse things I suppose. :)


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And apparently while we are away hilarity ensues at home. First a bat got in and threats were trying to kill it. And then when my husband finally got the bat out a bird flew in. The cats are even more determined to kill it. I'm basically getting a string of hilarious texts that are probably going to end in a gruesome mess that I will have to clean up when I get home...


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Took the kidlet to the park so he could play. He's currently wading in the creek. Funny observation: The little kids get in and they splash and throw pebbles and play pretend. The older boys get in and start rearranging the boulders to build a better dam. Every single one. It's like they're all trying to play mine craft in real life. :D


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Kidlet and neighbor kid having a nerf fight. I'm having a headache. These two things are related.


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I've been getting way too lax with the carbs lately, so I signed up for this new diet cause accountability is supposed to be good and all that jazz. And it sounded so reasonable and perfectly doable. And then I got the materials. I have made a grave mistake. The question is how long it's going to take me to wash out of this program, not if. >.<

I forgot the rule. I should never forget the rule. (The rule is that we don't sign up for any more diet programs. Ever. Never ever.) It always ends in tears. And biochemistry arguments. And then more tears.

But it cost a lot of money, so now I feel like I have to at least try it. Sigh. I can maybe live without the nuts and even maybe the sweet potato (under protest), but the whole thing gets chucked out the window when pumpkins are in season. I wait all damn year for fresh pumpkin. All. Damn. Year. Any diet that wants to restrict me from eating stewed pumpkin with tamari sauce is not for me. :P


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Andromeda made faces behind Miss Jones back during this long and overly stiff speech.


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Fei, of the Sun Soul wrote:
narrator wrote:

The guards took one more shot at pulling Ardiente off of Lord del Sol.

1d20+39
But he proved too squirmy to get a proper grip on and continued to assault his former lord with blows to the face and midsection.

Meanwhile, Lady del Sol went limp in Fei's grip as she lost consciousness.

And a very bloody Alev was thrown down from the hay loft landing 1d20 on the floor after hitting the ladder a few times on the way down. He was badly hurt and unconscious.
Ollifer jumped down after him, hurt, but not badly.

Upon seeing one of his new comrades unconscious and sorely injured, the young Champion of Courage tosses Lady del Sol's body away like a rag doll to land at James' feet.

::Please encase her in that goo while she is still unconscious:: he thinks to his now-commander. ::I will try to heal Happy to better our odds....and hopefully draw the guardsmen into attacking me instead of you::

Fei then closes the distance to Alev (at speed) in order to aid his fallen teammate.

Jiminy shoots a goo ball at his unconscious grandmother-in-law. 1d20 + 22 ⇒ (9) + 22 = 31 The goo encases her, ensuring that she won't be able to move at all even if she does wake up.

He shoots again, this time at the guard who tossed Alev down. 1d20 + 22 ⇒ (20) + 22 = 42 Holy carp! That was literally the only way he was going to actually hit Ollifer! Nothing short of a nat 20 would do it and then only because a nat 20 always hits! o.O
Well, okay then. I'm thinking that shortens the rest of the combat considerably....
Ollifer is also encased in the hardened goo, unable to move a muscle.


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Based on what he can see in his peripheral vision, Ardiente should be aware that Raelle was taken out of the circle and that Lady del Sol is unconscious. He would not have seen Alev fall or Ollifer jump down.


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FireclawDrake wrote:
lynora wrote:

Been reading old Phaezeriel posts to give myself better context for Vai's reactions.

on the bright side I found all the old info on what he was supposed to be doing for Chara's condition. on the not so bright side, I've given her condition two different names and now I don't know which one to keep: smogra's syndrome or charzine's syndrome.

I imagine this actually happens in real life quite a bit (two names for the same illness) so you can probably explain it away as both ;)

Smogra sounds like a pokemon though hah.

lol. Yeah, a bit. And I can just imagine the dueling physicians who both claimed to have discovered the sickness, the name of which varies depending on which medical textbook you happen to read. :)

Or Chara just got the name wrong. Cause she's seven. :P
Edit: Or the disease was discovered by one Charzine Smogra and naming conventions are just weird. :)


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Happy birthday captain. :)


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NobodysHome wrote:
lynora wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So... if your new character's background is so over-the-top dark that your GM says she's a bit uncomfortable with it, do you:

(1) Win
(2) Lose
(3) Both?
Now I'm just dying of curiosity...

Since it's FaWtL, and it's not against the rules (I think), here's the GM-approved version, with a couple of notes about the changes at the end. (Yes. I'm a good player. I worked with my GM to come up with a back story we could both enjoy. So sue me...)

** spoiler omitted **...

Oh. Okay. I've...actually seen worse. But then I'm a big fan of let evil be evil...so it's way more satisfying later on when you get to destroy it. :)

But I can see how that might not be the right tone for every campaign.


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NobodysHome wrote:

So... if your new character's background is so over-the-top dark that your GM says she's a bit uncomfortable with it, do you:

(1) Win
(2) Lose
(3) Both?

Now I'm just dying of curiosity...


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"Ace" wrote:
"He summoned an army of himself within Ginni's mind. Not gonna lie, it was pretty scary, and kinda intense there for a few moments. Glad I didn't need to fight him. I honestly have no idea what's going on, but I get the feeling Vai, and perhaps even Ginni might be able to help him." He turns to go, then stops and ask "Do you want me to get you anything to eat?"

"No, that's alright. As soon as I know for sure that Ginni is okay, I should go check on Dom. I've been neglecting him a bit this week. Well, it's kind of mutual. Conversation hasn't been what you'd call fun. Hey, honey, have they managed to find your sister is whatever dimension they misplaced her in yet? No. Well, my best friend is still unconscious and they haven't caught the murderer yet. And then we both sit around feeling like crap. Very romantic," she said with a what-can-you-do shrug.


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Happy birthday, lady firedove :)


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Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Kidlet randomly bursts into song for the gazillionth time today. Am I in some kind of Disney movie and I just don't realize it?
are animals jumping out and singing along?

....they are not singing along. Yet.


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Kidlet randomly bursts into song for the gazillionth time today. Am I in some kind of Disney movie and I just don't realize it?


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Kidlet has made friends with the new neighbor kid. This is good. The extremely noisy nerf battle that's been going on all day not as good.


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"Boy I just love running complicated combats with multiple antagonists who all have different stats." - No GM ever ;)


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I really don't mind there being other speedsters. I don't even have to have Andromeda be the best speedster. My thing was seeing that she was actually quite a bit slower than I'd realized. When the speeds were broken down in Chao Yin's post, I realized that she was actually quite slow for what I'd intended. It was more about the character not being able to do what she was supposed to do. She's supposed to be so fast that your eyes can't even track her when she runs. That's a lot faster than a race car. Basically I made an error in my calculations for speed when I made the character and I was disappointed that she wasn't what I intended. And now I have a template I can apply that gets her there so she can run like , well, yes, like Jessie Quick. :)


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♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:

Thanks Lyn. I never really thought of myself as being very positive, but you're actually the second person to tell me that lately, so I guess I can't argue with it. ^_^

I've been working on being more emotionally deep with my guys, but I'm just a really Disney person and I sometimes have trouble putting drama in becuase I just want everyone to be happy, and I often forget that doing awful things to your characters is what constitutes happy for some of y'all. :P

"I love old things. They make me feel sad.

What's so good about sad?
It's happy for deep people." :)


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*sniffle*

Went down to the storage area earlier. SO much dust. Now my eyes will not stop watering and my nose is all clogged. This is why I don't go down to the storage area.


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Normally my balcony looks like a nature preserve. But there haven't been any birds or small rodents all day. I haven't even heard any bird sounds outside. Just cicadas. :/


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
lynora wrote:

Conversation with the kidlet tonight:

Kidlet: I really like this [sleeping dragon] painting on your door. Why is the background brown?
Me (half paying attention while playing a game on my phone) Because it's in a cave.
Kidlet: But wouldn't that be grey?
Me: Not all stone is grey. Some stone is brown.
Kidlet: What if it were brick?
Me: Then the dragon would be sleeping in an abandoned subway station.
Kidlet: That's a big pile of treasure it's sleeping on. Is it very valuable? Are there any magic items?
Me: No, not really. The dragon just really likes shiny things. It's not very good at assessing value. Most of that pile is just shiny junk. It's like a great big magpie.
Kidlet: Does it sleep on metal for temperature regulation?
Me: .... One, that's very good and exactly right. Two, good job knowing that I wouldn't paint a picture that didn't have a story behind it. You know me well.

So, if nothing else I've taught the kid that there are no such things as random doodles. :P

I wish I was much better at sewing & crafts.

I especially like the three headed eldritch abomination. And the unicorn dragon. Most of those don't actually look that hard to make. Just very time consuming since so much of it would have to be hand sewn.


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Conversation with the kidlet tonight:

Kidlet: I really like this [sleeping dragon] painting on your door. Why is the background brown?
Me (half paying attention while playing a game on my phone) Because it's in a cave.
Kidlet: But wouldn't that be grey?
Me: Not all stone is grey. Some stone is brown.
Kidlet: What if it were brick?
Me: Then the dragon would be sleeping in an abandoned subway station.
Kidlet: That's a big pile of treasure it's sleeping on. Is it very valuable? Are there any magic items?
Me: No, not really. The dragon just really likes shiny things. It's not very good at assessing value. Most of that pile is just shiny junk. It's like a great big magpie.
Kidlet: Does it sleep on metal for temperature regulation?
Me: .... One, that's very good and exactly right. Two, good job knowing that I wouldn't paint a picture that didn't have a story behind it. You know me well.

So, if nothing else I've taught the kid that there are no such things as random doodles. :P


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Random Compliments (last installment)

Dalesman, first off many much thanks for providing so much of the setting that makes this game cool. Not that we stuck to the book or anything, but it made such a great jumping off point! :)
But even more, I want to say how much I appreciate your general aura of calm. So many times you have helped keep me grounded when I was about to lose my s!@@. Or at least let me know when no, I was not overreacting. I am a much better GM for having you as a sounding board. Thank you for that.

DB3, you're the one who got me into this mess in the first place, and all I have to say to that is thank you! There have been times when my enthusiasm has flagged, and every time you've reminded me why I got into this in the first place. Basically you inspire me. You're like my muse or something. ;)


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Yet more random compliments!

Ed, I find your characters to be funny, poignant, and above all interesting. I know that sometimes you get discouraged, especially when a story doesn't go the way you expected. (Getting a story to go the way you expect in this setting is like trying to herd butterfly-kittens hyped up on energy drinks.) But even when plans go sideways, I find your characters delightful. I always look forward to seeing how they will react to things. :)

Monkeygod, I love your enthusiasm. You really put your heart into your characters and I think it's really cool how you just throw yourself into their mindset. It makes it so fun to play scenes with your characters. :)


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Damiani wrote:

Hallways

Andromeda Sunwake wrote:
She sighed and rolled her eyes. "You're thinking of my sister. Ephebe. I know we look identical, but we're not the same person. I'm Andromeda. And I'm not doing this to get you in trouble. Well, you'll probably get detention. Miss Jones is pretty strict. But that's nothing compared to what she'll do to you if you let something fester and she has to clean up a bigger problem later. There's something not right in Tryko'Sam's head and you need to have Miss Jones look at you in case it messed you up too."

"Oh come on, give me a break! You're practically abusing me physically-- I mean you didn't even ask me to come with you, you just imposed your strength and will! How is what I did any worse? it was a joke, he's always getting the girls! This happens all the time. Don't be such a snitch. Gods!"

As they got closer to Miss Jones' doorway, forgot if she was there or elsewhere the physical contact with him and the resulting /focus/ on one emotion (probably the primary one in effect now), really -- really grows stronger. Must be a by product of touch contact, the compulsion while dragging along (perhaps fueled by being in touch too), at bursting levels.

"So high and mighty! The world's full of hypocrites! Do as I say, not as I do!" he rants a bit more, probably subject in some ways to his own emotional abilities.

"Yeah, I'm such a hypocrite," she said sarcastically. "Taking you to get help you won't admit you need so you don't end up with a fate worse than death is just like rooting around in someone's mind and bringing up all of their bad memories because you're jealous. Totally see the similarity there. And try to remember, girls are not things or possessions. We're people. Maybe if you start treating us like people, you'll have better luck with girls."

When Miss Jones's door opens, Andromeda drags the kid inside and shoves him forward. "This guy did a stupid. He was playing a not very nice prank on someone and got in over his head. The other person has something in his head. I thought it was just trauma at first, but I know trauma, and it doesn't look back at you, if you know what I'm saying. There was another presence there. So...yeah....just please make sure it didn't leave any of itself in this guy," she said, all in a rush.


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I've been feeling a bit down today. Nothing serious. I just have a toothache, and that's bound to leave anyone feeling a bit in the dumps. So I've been trying to think about positive things instead, and I thought I would share since I've never had anyone complain about being publicly praised. ;)

So I just wanted to say how much I appreciate both Damiani and Icehawk. You guys have both been doing a lot of work to contribute to the story and bring in new and interesting elements.
Dami, I really love how descriptive your posts are. And if any of y'all have a chance to join in with one of Dami's stories, do eet! They're awesome! :)
Icehawk, I remember when you first joined this game and you really struggled to live outside of the rigidity of rules. And now I really look forward to seeing what cool new thing you've come up with next. You definitely help make it fun for me. :)

I love all of the rest of y'all too, and I've got plenty more nice things to say because this is an awesome group. But that's all for now. :)


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Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
Also my room smells like burnt frosting and mistakes from the candle I had going last night. Coconut vanilla seemed like a good idea at the store. It wasn't.
strange. I do not recall paying you a visit...

Clearly you must have been sleep teleporting again. ;P


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And now I can go back to typing long-winded responses with lots of narrative details....at least in theory...


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Celestial Healer wrote:
lynora wrote:
Also my room smells like burnt frosting and mistakes from the candle I had going last night. Coconut vanilla seemed like a good idea at the store. It wasn't.
I find that most food-scented candles are a bad idea. I try to stick with florals (and balsam during the holidays).

In general I agree, but I often have good luck with vanilla and/or cinnamon scented candles. I failed to account for how awful the addition of coconut would make it. Lesson learned. :)

I also have to work around a lot of allergies when picking my scented candles, so many of the obvious choices are a no go. No pine, no lilac, no rose, no freesia, and no gardenia. And only two items on that list (lilac and freesia) are ones that I'm allergic to personally. This is what happens when you have a whole family who is allergic to the great outdoors. :P

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