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Jeran Darkclaw wrote:

Jeran sighs. "I agreed to look into it, not just take his word for it. Also, her common isn't very good....hang on."

"Umm....also, while I'm talking to the girl does anyone want to double check and make sure that's really Tryko'Sam? Just saying....I don't want to get back to Avalon, find out we've been tricked, and have to come right back. Tryko'Sam heals....really fast. Why would he still be unconscious if that's really him? And if it is, what's causing the problem adjustng to this plane. I don't notice any of the rest of us having trouble, except Professor Settro a little bit, but not as dramatic. So something is definitely up."

Having said his piece, Jeran trnasforms into a large black wolf and walks over to the girl, sitting down in front of her.
::You were brought here from Avalon....from the place where Tryko'Sam brought you after he took you away from the cultists. Have you met the person in charge of this place?:: he asked telepathically, keeping his mental tone as gentle and kind as possible, not wanting o spook the girl.

Plopped on the ground, or layed down, Tryko'Sam isn't hissing smoke anymore, but his eyes are shut, he appears to catch a quick breath, then stop. It's odd, but, since picking him up in the Abyss, he really hasn't done much.

** spoiler omitted **

The Choosen One watches Jeran step forward with recognition the surprise at his transformation. Again, she appears wide eyed and surprised, but doesn't flee. Sagely though, showing yet again a low level of education or intelligence, she replies with, "Puppy!"

If Jeran WERE a mind reader, he might realize she wants to touch and pet him like a doll, or even dress him up, but thankfully, he's not.

Her actions might...

*facepaw*

::I need you to focus. Please. Do you know who is in charge here? Have you met him? There is a chance that the person in charge might be...bad. We need to find out if that is the truth or not.::


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Dragonborn3 wrote:
I'm actually surprised Jeran is so eloquent.

Definitely a case of still waters run deep. When he isn't dealing with crises and policing his fellow students he actually gets good grades. He just gets dragged into other people's problems so often you'd never know. : P


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Woo! I did it! Over 50k and I got to write the words The End!!!!!!!!!

*does happy dance*

*collapses*


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Less than two thousand words left! I am totally finishing this thing today.

After a break. My butt hurts from sitting in one place so long...


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A little less than five thousand words left to go. Now it's time for sleep. And tomorrow I get to start on the conclusion proper. Woo! The light at the end of the tunnel isn't a train after all!


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Words are hard. >.<


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New glasses = awesome. Not only are they the right prescription so no more constant squinting and eyestrain (old ones were way too powerful...suspect previous optometrist lacked a certain amount of competence) but I was finally talked into getting transitions lenses and I'm only sorry I didn't do this sooner. I can actually walk outside or into a too brightly lit store without getting a headache and can mostly not complain when my family turns on what they consider sufficient lights inside (apparently I need about half as much light as they do, sometimes less). And it even helped mitigate some of my night driving problem with the oncoming headlights being painfully blinding. Woo! :)


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So I'm working on my NaNo novel and I had a scene where the main character is trying to walk across a busy town square and is having trouble because there was a crowd around a cabbage merchant yelling at some kids for knocking his cart over....yes, that's right, I put cabbage guy into the story. I think I broke my brain. >.<


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So I'm working on my NaNo novel and I had a scene where the main character is trying to walk across a busy town square and is having trouble because there was a crowd around a cabbage merchant yelling at some kids for knocking his cart over....yes, that's right, I put cabbage guy into the story. I think I broke my brain. >.<


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Yuugasa wrote:
lynora wrote:

Current word count: 4318

Need to get to by the end of today: 6000
Times my main character has gone off script already: 3
Number of self-doubt filled panic attacks so far: 5
Internal editor is crying in the corner because it's all just so terribly terribly bad and I won't let her fix it.

So NaNo is going well so far...really....I'll just keep telling myself that anyways....

Yeah, writing is hard...

To pseudo-quote futurama; All my novels are terrible worlds full of plot holes and spelling errors.

I will now leave for no raisin...

Into the cold and butter wind?

That seems to be my new favorite typo....apparently I've been churning up the scenery too much. It's turned into butter. :/


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I'm trying out using first person perspective on the grounds that my character will be too much of an annoyance in my head if I skip pas he thinks are important.


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But don't mind me, I'm obviously a few picnics short of a sandwich....


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Yuugasa wrote:


Also, in general, Narnia is just a terrible place to try and live near.

I love that clip. :)


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Yuugasa wrote:
lynora wrote:
I would get the inevitable comparison to one of my favorite movies, The Corpse Bride. He's not sure what's grosser about that, the dead part or the mushy romantic part. :)
The Corpse Bride. Is. AWESOME. Children who do not like it shall be flogged with a rope of black licorice, the candy so bitter it hurts. (but then again I was a fan of The Nightmare Before Christmas when I was a kid, that one didn't win me many friends, so perhaps his response is the more normal one...agreed, the flogging shall be downgraded to red licorice!)

Lol. Well, to be fair, he's in that phase right now where her think is romance is gross. :)

And no licorice floggings, I'm allergic to that crap. Which is sad because I loved black licorice. Well really anything anise flavored. But can't has because it's made with wheat flour. :(


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And I hope you guys have a really funny holiday, Aeglos. :)


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Thanks very much. :)


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Mythic JMD031 wrote:
Halloween is coming up. Anything rantworthy?

I got one. Halloween costumes for women. Because of course I [expletive deleted] want to be going trick or treating with my eleven year old in Michigan ( hint: it's [expletive deleted[ cold here at the end of October) in a costume that exposes so [expletive deleted] much of my body it makes [expletive deleted] lingerie look modest. Or I will once again be wearing long underwear underneath my [expletive deleted] 'costume' so I don't freeze or look inappropriate around children...why did I buy this [expletive deleted] piece of [expletive deleted] again? Oh yeah, because it was cheaper than sewing a costume....now, that's messed up.


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Happy Birthday, Tordek. :)


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Monkeygod wrote:

I didn't either FCD,

However, I like that he seems to "only" like cute guys in trouble or in need of rescuing.

In many ways he is the stereotypical hero type...he just prefers dudes to damsels. :)

And I'm a little surprised that more people didn't pick up on Jeran's orientation earlier. A couple people guessed as soon as I mentioned that I had a character who was still in the closet. The scene where he had a total non reaction to carrying a mostly naked attractive girl to the infirmary was a dead giveaway apparently.
I think the fact that more people didn't spot it is kind of a product of writing what you know. I come from a very conservative religious background, and this meant I spent a lot of years in the closet. Like postmark in Narnia kind of in the closet. I know exactly what it's like trying to pass as straight when you're not. The wondering what's wrong with you, the desperate wish for someone, anyone to catch you in all the little lies so you can stop being scared of being caught, the constant fear of rejection....and so on... So I used all of that when I was writing for Jeran. And now you know why he has such a hard time making connections with other people.


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For me I had to get to a point where I could let go of the anger. It wasn't hurting anyone but me. Part of that was learning that forgiveness doesn't mean you have to trust that person or put yourself in a position where you have to be vulnerable to them again. It's not about taking down boundaries that are there for a very good reason. its just about letting go of the anger because life is too short to waste obsessing about other people's actions and too long to spend being bitter towards everyone who has ever hurt me. They don't define me unless I let them and I've got better things to focus on.
Now I am a champion grudge holder, so don't think that's an easy attitude for me to maintain. Every day I have to make an effort to just let go of the past and stay focused on now. But it's worth it for the peace of mind it brings. And there are so many other things I need that emotional energy for. :)
Some days I'm better at it than others....


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Drejk wrote:
lynora wrote:

I was bullied very badly in elementary school, so when I got to junior high I mastered the fine art of being invisible. It's disturbing how easy it is to be perceived as part of the furniture if you really set your mind to it. I spent those two years observing the kids around me like an anthropologist observing a foreign culture. By high school I had learned how to safely avoid the pecking order altogether. As long as I never tried to belong anywhere, I was welcome everywhere. I was just that weird artsy goth girl. (The goth thing was an accident...I was learning how to use makeup and had really, really pale skin, plus all my clothes came from thrift stores and black clothes tend to show wear and tear the least. Thank goodness I had blond hair or my high school pics would elicit even more protests of I wasn't trying to look like a vampire, I swear. :P)

So you were relying on stealth and subterfuge and now expect us to believe you are not a vampire? :P

......dammit, you've discovered my secret! ;P


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I was bullied very badly in elementary school, so when I got to junior high I mastered the fine art of being invisible. It's disturbing how easy it is to be perceived as part of the furniture if you really set your mind to it. I spent those two years observing the kids around me like an anthropologist observing a foreign culture. By high school I had learned how to safely avoid the pecking order altogether. As long as I never tried to belong anywhere, I was welcome everywhere. I was just that weird artsy goth girl. (The goth thing was an accident...I was learning how to use makeup and had really, really pale skin, plus all my clothes came from thrift stores and black clothes tend to show wear and tear the least. Thank goodness I had blond hair or my high school pics would elicit even more protests of I wasn't trying to look like a vampire, I swear. :P)


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We have a self cleaning litter box and every time the rake goes across after a kitty has done their business, both kitties rush over to the litter box to watch the show. Apparently if you're a kitten watching an automated rake clear away your poo is endlessly entertaining.


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Yeah, it seems to be an us or them kind of thing. I used to get really upset about this whole idea of having to pick a team as it were and spent a lot of time driving myself a little bit nuts trying to figure it out. And then I decided that I belong to team I'm not playing this game and nobody gets to tell me that what I know to be true about myself is wrong. That way lies madness.
Honestly like most things that involve one human being picking on another, it's about someone feeling insecure about something.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Though I am honestly curious.

What is it about the Alchemist that you dislike? Or is it just a grognardian "they should have stuck with the basic 11 classes and everything else should have been alternates/archetypes thereof" stance?

not so much grognardian as it was a direction I really would have liked to see them go in that was more open and accessible to all. Going in this direction with new classes and new books brings back a lot of old, bad arms-race/bookspace/cash flow memories. Paizo and the attached community have been *considerably* more mature about it than wizards and company were, mind- stuff being available online for free has been a HUGE help- and I don't think the world would shatter into a million pieces if you appeared at a table I was at and said you wanted to play a witch. But I still prefer more options that don't require shiny new book and build upon what is already there. I just really really want more alternate class features and archetypes that help me to define a character as opposed to a class I can't leave very often. The SaGa series has also molded my mind that way.

I can understand that. I like the new classes and use them often, but after getting burned so bad by the 3.5 splat book proliferation, I know I am way more sensitive about that too. I'm really picky about how many books I will buy now. I just think the ones featuring the new classes are worth it to me. A lot of these just couldn't be done properly with archetypes and it adds to the kinds of stories that can be told. But then, I get bored with 'standard' fantasy fare easily and I'm always wanting to add in elements from the old pulp novels I fell in love with when I was a teen. And I find the new classes make that easier :)


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I was watching an anime while waiting for the pressure cooker (I'm canning applesauce). It's called Okami-San and her Seven Companions. Memorable quotes from the first episode include

"Never try to court a lady by calling her a hot guy"
"Hormones are more powerful than reason"
"Getting punched while naked must suck"

So much inspiration for funny/awkward scenes...;)


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None of the Champions really understands what they're getting into when they sign on. They learn the rules as they go, usually the hard way. At first it was all sunshine and roses as they were able to do so much good with their new powers... And now we are to the part of the story where our fledgeling champions are discovering that power comes at a price.

Regarding what good the Patrons do:
They regularly keep the universe from getting destroyed, stop the gods from running amok and killing off everything in their wars, and provide many helpful benefits for mortals. But they are also selfish and self centered and don't necessarily care about collateral damage as long as they get their way. They don't care about good or evil or any of that. It's kind of like having a universe run by cats. ;P


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I think it makes sense for Krays to be able to sense the death of another Champion. Kind of on the same principle as the Discworld Death having to show up in person for the death of a wizard.

Destiny/Fate is not any more powerful than any of the others. It's different from knowledge however. Fate isn't about actually knowing what is going to happen; it's about the idea that everything that happens is somehow planned out ahead of time and can't be changed. It doesn't even have to be true to be a powerful idea.


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And avast ye scurvy dogs, have a happy talk like a pirate day or I'll make ye walk the plank! ;)

(Although I don't really talk like that. And technically I'm not a pirate...I'm a privateer. There's a difference. I have a piece of paper from the government that says I'm legally allowed to rob you blind. ;P)


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Oh, and before I forget again, I approve of all of the ACG classes except Arcanist. Stacking the same type of magic with the same type of magic accessed in a different way while trying to make it a distinct class ended up with something that is made of pure spray cheese, IMO, and it would really be a hassle to deal with in gameplay.

I need to rebuild Kitty as Hunter now instead of Druid...planning on having her retrain ninja levels too, but haven't entirely decided for what yet....


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Yuugasa wrote:
lynora wrote:

As far as who I am attracted to, I definitely have a type. Slender, blonde, but with enough curves to be interesting. Not that I can't be attracted to people who fall outside of that type, but most of the people I've been attracted to over the years, celebrity or real life, fall inside that type. Examples include but are not limited to Anna Paquin, Chris Pines, Katee Sackhoff, Alexander Skarsgaard.

And then there are a couple of actors that I don't find all that physically attractive, but there's something about their voice that just turns me into a puddle. Notable examples would be Vin Diesel and Keira Knightley. I would happily listen to either one of them read a phone book. :)

*shrug* that said, attraction is a weird thing and not always easily predicted.

Anna Paquin and Alexander Skarsgaard? And I was just watching True Blood before getting online...

That one scene...you know the one where Sookie and Eric hook up? Best. Porn. Ever. ;)


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Liranys wrote:
lynora wrote:

As far as who I am attracted to, I definitely have a type. Slender, blonde, but with enough curves to be interesting. Not that I can't be attracted to people who fall outside of that type, but most of the people I've been attracted to over the years, celebrity or real life, fall inside that type. Examples include but are not limited to Anna Paquin, Chris Pines, Katee Sackhoff, Alexander Skarsgaard.

And then there are a couple of actors that I don't find all that physically attractive, but there's something about their voice that just turns me into a puddle. Notable examples would be Vin Diesel and Keira Knightley. I would happily listen to either one of them read a phone book. :)

*shrug* that said, attraction is a weird thing and not always easily predicted.

I Am Groot

Yet another reason to love that movie. ^.^


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The kitties have relaxed enough around each other to play fight now...this may or may not be a good thing. :P


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When I first joined the paizo forums I was just beginning to design Chance. Several members of my real life game were posting here and they told me about several threads I should read for advice on different stuff. Since I was just planning to lurk and gather information I could use for world design, I picked the name of Chance's spymaster (Lynora de Trevante) as my screen name, except I left off the last name. Honestly I lurked for a very long time before I ever started posting.:)

Of course now I'm so used to my screen name that it seems more like my name sometimes than my real name. :D


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I am the best. But everyone makes that mistake. They confuse light with good. I don't care about petty things like good and evil. I am. That is enough. I have planned this perfectly and they will all acknowledge my supremacy in time.


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LordSynos wrote:
lynora wrote:

Trying to decide if I am recovered enough from awful sickness to go to renn fair today...

The wise decision is probably to stay home, but I've never been known for my wisdom...

Hope you're feeling better and got to go to the renn fair too.

Wisdom's only for Clerics anyhow...

Lol. Yep, went to renn...had a good time, saw Zoltan the Adequate, enjoyed turkey leg and cinnamon almonds (only two food choices there available to me...not an allergy friendly environment), and bought too much art. I can't seem to resist inexpensive, beautiful prints. And then collapsed from exhaustion after we got home. :)


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David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What was that about Dave attracting women that are above average when it comes to awkwardness/weirdness? Oh, we hadn't any reference to that in quite a long time. ;)
Would it be too much to ask for someone at least marginally normal, stable, and grounded in reality?

Pretty sure that's a pick two, you can't get all three situation...


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Arthur Barren wrote:
ok, step one, get self out of trouble seems to have been done for me, next is step two, get friends out of trouble,hmm time to turn on the charm, and if that dosn't work, distraction a plan flashes through his mind and he has to suppress a grin as he steps foward and gives his best Honest Smile, as he says it's nothing serious, all that was done was a little unauthorized access of the intercom, she wanted my help with a project to help her friend, and she just got a little impatient, I'm sure she'll go through the proper channels next time ya figure that last part's enough to require a bluff roll

She fixes him with a glare. "I have children, Mr. Barren. Try that line on someone who doesn't know better. Now, sit down. Miss Waverider, the whole story. Now, please."


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Glad you made it home safely Drejk. :)


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Wow, someone who starts school even later than we do! :)


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Freehold DM wrote:

Wow. Hawaii for a week. Awesome.

Welcome back, Lynora. Your sacred animal is now the DOLPHIN!!!!

:D

We also saw two sea turtles and an eagle ray, but that just isn't quite as cool as a pod of spinner dolphins. I even saw one do the spinning jump that they get their name from. I'll post pics from the trip once I get them uploaded.


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I was gone for a week and came back to less than 400 FAWTL posts...y'all are slacking. :P

Vacation in Hawaii was as amazing as I could have hoped. The highlight was definitely getting to snorkel with wild dolphins. There was a pod of about thirty of them, including babies, and they swam right under us. Awesome doesn't cover it.
And the six hour time difference meant that I got to be a morning person for a week, which was kinda surreal since I've always been a night owl. :)

Today is the kidlet's first day of middle school. I don't know who was more nervous about that this morning, him or me.


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Yuugasa wrote:

Ah that sucks Lynora. As a fellow haver of degenerative diseases I understand the "every day tasks can be an adventure(an annoying one)" experience.

Still you seem to have a good attitude about it, that's more than I can manage sometimes on some of my more crippling days =/

Lying in bed all day is great! Unless you're forced to lie in bed all day, than it's annoying! GRRRRRRRR =)

Yeah, invisible illness sucks. And people often do not get it. But I realized a couple years back that I can let it bog me down or I can accept that reality doesn't match my plans and make new plans. My mom taught me that when life is tough it's okay to feel sorry for yourself. Go ahead and take like fifteen minutes and throw a pity party. And then put it away and remember all the good things you've still got going for you. Don't dwell on the bad stuff and it won't hold you back. She was easily the most positive person I've ever known. And that's in spite of surviving cancer twice, having heart problems, and an autoimmune disease that slowly killed her. She also taught me that life isn't fair. It's the first thing i ever remember her telling me actually. And it's a lot easier when you let go of the expectation that life is somehow fair. I don't come close to having as positive an attitude as she did, but I try at least. :)


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Freehold DM wrote:
Not sure what series this is, but...girls...

It's Patty and Liz, the guns from Soul Eater. They're the weapons of Death the Kid.


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I am not okay with this!

My poor hapless paladin...usually said to prevent his teammates from doing something awful, but occasionally used in moments of righteous anger towards a villain who has just done something awful.


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Db3's Narrator wrote:
lynora wrote:

Took the kidlet to a waterpark today. He had a blast. I got hit on by a sixteen year old, which was a bit surreal. I think he thought I was younger on account of the purple hair. :P

(Adds another tally to the number of times I have been mistaken for a nanny or sibling while taking my kid places.)

Ha, so Gerald Murai really does exist! Way to go, Quartermaine! XD

LOL. :D


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Nurse Dzevizzen clicked his mandibles impatiently as he headed for the teleportation room in response to an urgent message from one of the Professors Sunwake. It was hard to tell them apart. They all looked human to him and though he would never say it aloud, he still couldn't tell one human from another. They just all looked so squishy. No wonder they got hurt so easily.

Kedikai this is your cue. You can arrive at the teleportation room at your convenience. Waiting to meet you will be what looks like a very large praying mantis in a lab coat.


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Krays wrote:

Senses his wife's continuing struggle over the bond...

"Master, I wish to speak with you..."

Krays suddenly finds himself in a bathroom. It's quite an ordinary bathroom. There is a tub, currently filled with soapy water, a sink, a toilet...all the things you would expect in a bathroom, except that this bathroom was done entirely in shades of black, as if the decorator had never been told that other colors existed. Standing in front of him was Death. Death appeared much as he always did, in his long, black, hooded robe, but he was also currently wearing a black showercap and had a black towel wrapped around his waist. Instead of his scythe he was holding a black rubber ducky and a black long-handled scrub brush.

"I SUPPOSE NOW IS AS GOOD A TIME TO TALK AS ANY," he said, completely ignoring (or oblivious to) the inherent awkwardness of the setting.


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Lord Foul II wrote:
lynora wrote:

I seem to have run into a problem...it would appear that I have run out of space in campaign info...it's now cutting off the kitsune entry partway through and won't let me add anything else (like tengu and tanuki). I wasn't even aware that space was limited.

>.<
Frack. And I thought I was basically done. Now it looks like I'm going to have to take a bunch of it and put it into a google doc and put up a link. This will certainly delay things.
:(
Bleh. I'm gonna go get some sleep. :/
put it in google docs and put a link in the campaign info.

That's what I said. It's just a pain in the ass and takes time. Not to mention re-editing for formatting. Annoying as hell considering I thought I was done(ish).


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Orthos wrote:
silverhair2008 wrote:
Orthos, you stop having birthdays at 29 and just celebrate the anniversary instead. That way you never get older.

Oh I understand the excuse of it. I just never thought it necessary =) I'll be hitting 30 next June.

Ebon and I had a friend who did that a lot when we were both living in Phoenix, it was always a little silly we thought.

Yeah, I agree with you on this, Orthos. I'm 37 and I have never in my life seen any reason to be ashamed of my age. I mean, geez, it's not like there's something wrong with getting older. I think of it more as an achievement. Hey, look, I made it another year without dying. Woo! ;P

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