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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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David M Mallon wrote:
lynora wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Debating on whether I should start another play-through of Mass Effect. Or, as I like to call it, Virtual Friends Simulator, volumes I - III.
I....have to agree with this assessment of that series of video games. And I will probably be spending the evening playing more Mass Effect 3....Liara is totally that annoying friend who has issues with boundaries....
I'd honestly be more inclined to put Kaidan in that category, myself...

There's a reason I chose not to save stalker-boy. His boundary issues go well past annoying. Maybe he's less creepy if you're playing a male Shepherd, but I spent the first game wanting to slap him during every conversation.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Debating on whether I should start another play-through of Mass Effect. Or, as I like to call it, Virtual Friends Simulator, volumes I - III.

I....have to agree with this assessment of that series of video games. And I will probably be spending the evening playing more Mass Effect 3....Liara is totally that annoying friend who has issues with boundaries....


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Think I might try and nap before gaming. I am stubbornly refusing to cancel in spite of having a cold and running a fever.


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Kryzbyn wrote:

My fiancee wants to get rid of our garbage disposal...says it just stinks up the place and grows bacteria...

I thought it was a marvel of the modern kitchen...

It is a marvel of the modern kitchen...cut up a lemon and put it down the disposal. Clears up that nasty smell right away.


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Scintillae wrote:
ebon_fyre wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Granted, that's more illogical setup than anything. Disposal sink should go on the left so you can rinse the dishes on the right!
I still think sinks should be designed by women who actually, you know, wash in them.
Or at least make sense with the kitchen. Wash, rinse, dishwasher! Mine is the exact reverse.

Read more manga. Reading from right to left long enough makes washing up from right to left start to feel like it makes sense. At least it worked for me. I'd have trouble going back to doing the washing up left to right now. It would feel wrong. :)


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The kidlet has been kinda down lately so today we just did things that were fun for him. Mini golf, tacos for dinner, and plenty of Mass Effect time (he thinks watching me play Mass Effect is better than watching tv...go figure). He gets so lonely during summer break, and with the karate school being closed for art fair last week he hasn't been around people other than me for too many days. Hopefully today helped. Well, that and karate tomorrow evening. Hanging out with other kids should help a lot. :)


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Congratulations, HD. :)


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Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Nah, you're fine =) I know my sleeping patterns are unusual, so I'm kind of used to having to explain the situation a little. No offense taken.

My normal up-time is 7. This week however it's 5 - 6 is when I have to be at the office >_<

What is unusual about your sleep patterns?!
Apparently being unable to fall asleep until midnight or later is considered strange by the majority of the population. Who'd'a thunk?

See, I think they're weird for going to bed so early. But then I'm another night owl and have learned to function on very little sleep when I am forced to get up before the hideous light of the day star crosses the horizon. And I see nothing natural about this whole diurnal business...especially when it starts about the time I want to be going to bed. :)


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Drejk wrote:
How is that FAWTLies don't have their own jet yet? I could fly from Norwich directly to Kraków without bothering of getting ticket, going to London and all that crap...
Wonder Lynora had an invisible jet, but I forgot where I valet parked it.

This is the problem with invisible jets. Next time we put the lojack on the jet before we park it...er...not that there's going to be a next time...because I absolutely don't have an invisible jet or a super secret identity as a supervillian...er...hero....I meant hero....of course...heh heh.......... ;P


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Besides, Abaddon doesn't want this either. Nobody wants Ephebe back in the realm of infernal/abyssal/daemonic politics. They just got rid of her! ;P


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Yuugasa, it's always good to know that you're not the only one to go through something. And sometimes it's nice to not have someone think I'm unnatural because I'm not close to my family. And glad you appreciated the snark. ^.^

Odraude, I love that quote. I definitely wish I had figured that out earlier in life. It would have saved me a lot of grief.


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Yuugasa wrote:

Has anyone else here grown up in a fundamentalist religious family? If so how do you deal with them? (assuming your beliefs are different and also assuming you haven't been kicked out or that you do actually deal with them at all)

At this point all I got is be polite and don't say anything that will start an argument unless it's actually important.

Yep. I'm not on the best of terms with most of them. I already spent too much of my life trying to be something I'm not and I'm done with that. (Because teaching someone to hate themself does not actually create a loophole in that whole love your neighbor as yourself thing. Really.) And they're not too willing to deal with that. Seriously, you'd have thought that I confessed to being a serial killer or something. Being bi isn't that bad. :/

And I know from how they've treated other family members in the past that they say all kinds of bad stuff about me behind my back. And I realized that not only did I not need the judgement that I didn't need the negativity. So I'm actually happier not being around them. Sometimes I have to be and on those occasions I try to be polite, but also keep my distance. There's no point in arguing with them. Unless they're being evil to my kid. I refuse to be non-confrontational about that.
That said, my sisters are actually cool about the whole thing. It's hard on the youngest because she gets caught in the middle cause she's the 'good' sister (still goes to church, doesn't drink, etc, etc), but she's actually never been anything but loving and accepting towards me. Even when they give her a hard time. So not all of my family sucks.


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Kidlet is being a little angel today. This is....unexpected. But not unappreciated.


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Happy Birthday, Icy. :)


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Bob_Loblaw wrote:
I have a friend who has a swimming pool and she wants me to visit as Cindy. I have no idea what I'm doing when it comes to buying clothes and even less with swimsuits. This will be interesting.

Just remember, dressing room mirrors flatter no one. Says the girl whose ideal swimsuit is a long sleeve swim shirt and board shorts...I am way too white to be showing half as much skin as most swimsuits show. Pale skin + sunshine = Owowowowowowwww. :P

In all seriousness, don't let swimsuit shopping get you too down. And I recommend Walmart. They have a surprisingly good selection.


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*waves* Hello. It's been a while since I actually posted here. Time to fix that.

Kidlet had his belt promotion at karate today. He is now a gold belt. :)

And I went to the farmers market. Got lots of yummy produce.

And later today there will be gaming. All in all, a good day.


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Treisdan Achdarach wrote:
I haven't been acting out... I'm in a good mood and Miss Jones is stuck in the 1400's

On which calendar? I'm not sure if that is supposed to be old, current, or future....

#ImmortalProblems


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Casseus Rex wrote:
"Can either one of you trace teleports?"

Jeran shifted back to humanoid and spat as much ichor out of his mouth as he could manage.

"Don't know much about magic. Do either of you know how to close those portals?" he asked before spitting again. "Gah. I don't suppose anyone has any mouthwash?"


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Squee! :D

This news pretty much makes my month. The kidlet is gonna be over the moon when I tell him. Pacific Rim is our favorite movie. :)


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I am AFK for most of today, but real quick, a few things to be dealt with more in depth later.

Cap, gonna send you a PM later.

General: asking questions about a build is okay, but do try to keep the snark under control so as not to be mean please. Tact is always appreciated, thanks.

Iolth, there are so many things wrong with your last post I don't know where to start. Everyone, please ignore Iolths last post. Iolth, PM incoming later.

All, please pay attention to the game as much as you can and when uncertain of things like time, scenes in progress, and game history please ask.


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Adon Derro wrote:
narrator wrote:
"To be entirely fair, we all cheat. Blatantly." ~Fortunato, Patron of Luck
"Then how on earth did you decide that destruction and balance were bad enough that they needed to die? And even if it wouldn't do anything, pissing her off still seems like the right way to go."

"But, child, this is how the game is played. And we only dislike Destruction because if you let too much accumulate then the game ends and nobody wants that. Balance...well...there's no game at all if you have Balance. That's all there is to it. But with an attitude like your, you're sure to make a useful pawn for someone..."


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kitsune:

So the variant version lets you also have full fox form in addition to human and anthropomorphic fox.
Typically a kitsune will have only one tail for their first century of life. (Keme is kinda a freak in this regards since he's 17 and has five tails.) Tails are generally about age rather than hit dice here.
Base speed of 40 ft plus 100 ft fly.
DR 5/magic
Lowlight plus darkvision 120 ft, blindsense 60ft
immunity to sleep, paralysis, and electricity
+3 nat armor bonus
SR 16
Bite (1d4) and two claws (1d3) instead of just bite
Can communicate telepathically (the format for this is to use ::text:: instead of "text" as you would for speaking out loud)
Spider climb as a constant
SLA: Arcane mark, dimension door (3/day), obscuring mist, dispel magic, invisibility (at will); DC = 10+Cha mod+ spell level
Can cast illusion, enchantment, and divination spells as a 5th level sorcerer.
Immune to spells that can locate them (versus mortal magics), objects in their possession not immune.

Obviously this variant is significantly more powerful than the Pathfinder version. But this is what we've been using since before the PF version came out. So it's available for your use if you want, CK. If you don't then you'll just be considered really weak in comparison to the other native kitsune. Could make that part of his story if you wanted.


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Serrin Surya wrote:

Serrin barks a cruel laugh at Archena "Great, just great, my cousin appears to be one of those unfortunates that suffers from the dangerous mental condition, 'more than happy' She says suppressing a mock shudder.

"Look, he isn't worth being friends with. Anybody who homes in on a noble like some well trained pet, doesn't deserve to know me, let alone befriend me."

"Hey, now! That's just not right! I'm an equal opportunity flirt! Not my fault most of the girls in this group are noble," Etain said with a shrug, and a carefree smile.


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Iolth Taknith wrote:

The tiefling blinks for a moment, then abruptly kips up from the bed. "Ugh. Kaetar, my head pounds and I have a blank spot. So, care to fill me in? Last thing I remember, I was torching an orc army. Wait, no, let me guess-I lost control, blew the orcs and half a city block to smithereens, and some idiots decided to come after me with a vengeance and I refused to fight back. Is that about it? Because that's the formula that these incidents seem to follow..."

Kaetar shakes her head and sighs. "Yup, that's pretty much exactly what happened. This time, I 'ported you about halfway across the world. And, to this place for a very specific reason. It's called Avalon, a school for kids with... powers like yours."

Shaking his head, the tiefling turns the group gathered around him. "Well, since apparently Kaetar 'ported me to a school, I might as well make some introductions-and maybe even some friends. My name is Iolth, and, in case you haven't surmised that already, I'm a catastrophe waiting to happen. And this fine young lady-" Iolth turns around and quickly pecks Kaetar on the cheek-"is Kaetar, my girlfriend, and former celestial spirit. Out of curiosity, how structurally sound is this school? Simply, unless it can contain enough magical energy to blow apart a keep within a matter of hours... I probably shouldn't stay here." Iolth gives a sheepish smile and rubs his hair.

"Just a keep? Is that all? Yeah, you'll be fine," he said from the doorway. "So, what's your story?" he asked warily.

Spoiler:
What does Scent tell him about this new guy?


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"Ace" wrote:

As I said to David, this whole situation with Wombat has really annoyed and seriously frustrated me. Not only did he kinda violate our privacy, by showing the whole school our duel, but then he randomly decided to end the fight, just because he personally didn't like what was going on.

Now, I get it, he's a teacher, its within his rights, but he completely refused to talk OOC with David and I about, thus pretty much forcing our PCs to do what he wanted, regardless of what we ourselves wanted.

Its kinda taken me out of having any desire to continue this entire scene at this point.

Sometimes when we plan out a scene things happen differently than we might expect. Other players don't react as we might expect. This can be upsetting. But it's also when the best story happens. You feel frustrated. So does your character. Use that. Write out how he feels. Have him walk away frustrated if that's what works for you.


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Yay! Thanks, MG! This will definitely be helpful in building this not so usual character. :)

And now I have to get some sleep.


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Holy crap. o.O

Teach me to spend my weekend grocery shopping and spending time with the kidlet...

Who I just introduced to the wonders of Babylon 5. He's seen two episodes and thinks it's fantastic. :)


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I have graduation in the morning...finally finished with my associate's degree. :)

To celebrate, we're going to see Godzilla afterwards....everything is better with kaiju. :D


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Hestia Svarog wrote:
narrator wrote:
"You alright, sis?" Solus asked quietly from where he had been silently observing what was going on.

"Yeah, I'm fine... Slept in too late, it seems. What's going on?"

hiesta cheers up a little, seeing a friendly face.

"He is offering to take anyone who wants to enroll in the school over to Avalon," he said, nodding towards Sorchan. "It's not a bad offer. They're going to get tired of having us all under foot sooner rather than later. Especially our family...there's so many of us. Lucas went to inquire what the proper procedure was for enrollment...apparently Lily is being a brat about the accommodations...predictable really."


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This was a pretty good day. Kidlet made a Mother's Day card for me, we had a monster movie marathon (Godzilla vs Mothra, Godzilla: King of All Monsters, a little bit of King Kong before we got bored and moved on, and Pacific Rim), and had dinner at my favorite restaurant. :)


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Aaaaugh! This has just continued to steamroll into quite possibly most frustrating convo ever because every time I turn around there is yet another layer that has to be addressed/argued to death/nailed down and I really wasn't trying to write a whole freaking campaign setting book. :(

Re: Good/Evil
I don't go for absolutes. I don't really care for the alignment system in the first place. I've run afoul of it due to misunderstandings in the past and I find that it can act as a veritable straightjacket when it comes to character growth. As far as Outsiders with evil or good subtypes go, I consider them to have free will, but the deck is stacked one way or the other. Angels can make a choice that causes them to fall, but it would be very difficult for them to fight their nature in order to make that choice. Ditto but reversed for demons/devils. And somewhere around the time I made Hope a Big Bad y'all should have figured out that I like to play around with good and evil so that it's not all clear-cut and simple. That's just no fun. Not following normal expectations...that's way more fun.

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