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RPG Superstar 2012. 10,144 posts. Alias of Mike Welham (Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012).


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Monks of the Noisy Sacrament are OK without solitude.

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Good luck with the job hunts, Drejk and Patrick!

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Darth Yoda wrote:

Good luck!

He'll need it.

He actually wants to teach middle schoolers.

I admit I don't fully understand. ;)

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He will be teaching middle school band.

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My son got an offer for his first full-time teaching job, which he will be starting this fall! Yay!!! :D

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It depends on how sensitive the alarm is. I know our home smoke alarms go off with just a whiff of smoke.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Up at 0612 for another false fire alarm.
I'm sorry. That was me.

sends Alton Brown to pull your fire alarm and leave you a quiche

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Treppa wrote:
Up at 0612 for another false fire alarm.

That's no fun. Is someone pulling the fire alarm?

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Has anyone watched Stranger Things on Netflix? I'm hearing good things about it, so I'm thinking about checking it out.

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
G&%$%%it. I hate when a show kills a dog

But that's how you know the Stakes Are High{TM}!

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
What if Sharoth was real?

It's too frightening to contemplate.

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lucky7 wrote:
taig wrote:

I did a thing and it's available now: The Mudded Manse

Phrasing.

?

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I did a thing and it's available now: The Mudded Manse

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Treppa wrote:

I was looking through documents I edited in the past couple of years and found that several have been published, with my own little name as editor! And one even got a "good editing job" from Endzeitgeist. So weird seeing my name on stuff in a store.

EDIT: Nope, very good, not just good. Squeee!

Huzzah!

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Drejk wrote:
Writing it was fun but now I am feeling rather ambivalent about it...

I like it.

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Someone mixed a gorilla and an alligator together, and I documented it.

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Celestial Healer wrote:

This morning I woke up thinking "Wow what a cool dream! I was on an adventure!"

I thought back and tried to piece it together. My quest-giver was a highly emotional link of Italian sausage.

At the time it seemed perfectly plausible...

I think you were having David Cronenberg's dream.

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Rysky wrote:

I was about to question why Valeros getting Tsunamied by booze would be a bad thing for him and then I saw it tagged "twisted wish".

I still question. He can totally tank that.

It's all skunky.

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I did some extraplanetary omens for Raging Swan

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A day-late monster.

It's not as cool as Treppa's unhinged jaw and spitting venom.

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Celestial Healer wrote:

My mind works in strange and disturbing ways.

I saw a car with those little decals on the back window of the family: man, woman, 2 babies (crawling to the left), and dog (also on all fours pointing left). I couldn't help thinking about how much I wanted to move the babies and dog closer together so it would be husband, wife, and their human centipede.

"My human centipede is better than your honor student."

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Got the callback on the tow truck job. I think I have it, I just have to go in tomorrow morning and get set for training hours. I'll make some money if it kills me...

I hope it doesn't come to that. :)

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Treppa wrote:
Well, I had a bit of good news today. Pin's out, six more weeks in a splint, and the surgeon thinks I might get some movement back. PT time.

That is good news.

You'll be back to crushing tracheae in no time.

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This sucks.

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Related: One of my favorite Far Side comics

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Patrick Curtin wrote:

I has a sad

My heart has joined the Thousand, for my friend stopped running today

I'm devastated.

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Treppa wrote:
Where's the badger?

Found it!

The picture needs a lot more red, though. Several of those zebras should have been mauled.

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That's what I always do on vacation.

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Captain YesterAnt? {makes Will save against linking to "Archer" clip}

Badger with inside-out fur reminds me of a krenshar pei. ;)

Aw, memories...

:D

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captain yesterday wrote:
Does that mean i can turn in to Ant-Man now...

I'm pretty sure. Or all of your organs will fail because they're not meant to operate at that size.

I'm sure it will be fine, though.

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captain yesterday wrote:

notices something floating in cup of coffee, shakes fist towards the sky.

Sharoth!!!

Oh, that's not Sharoth's. That's an extradimensional portal that really messed up its physical differential.

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So, Patrick has a case of the Mondays?

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Gods. I despise weekends

You know that's not how it's supposed to work, right? ;)

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It's a less creepy monster this week.

Maybe.

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Celestial Healer wrote:
We are headed up to Vermont tomorrow to get away for the weekend. Looking forward to it!

Have fun!!

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Treppa wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

Seriously, so many people embarrass themselves here on our national holiday. I get it, you're on vacation. That doesn't mean you get to leave your common sense, morals, and basic human dignity at the bridge.

ENJOY YOURSELF RESPONSIBLY PEOPLE!!!!!!

Yeah, Mom and I have had a nice time doing the town the last few days. But today's the Friday before a major holiday and we're only 3 hours from Chicago, so... onslaught of tourists starts today. We're hunkering down. Some were already coming in last night (you can tell because they always ask where to buy groceries), but today through Sunday will be Tourist Hell. Fuggedaboudit. Staying in.

I think driving home on the 4th itself should be fine, though. People are typically doing the BBQ and fireworks thing that day, so I don't expect a lot of people on the road.

The road is yours! You can drive in all the lanes at once if you want, and no one will be around to honk at you or shoot you the bird.

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Your Creepy Neighbor wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Everyone loves a LOG!
If only that were true, I wouldn't have these restraining orders.

Some people have no sense of humor.

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Not until tomorrow.

The minis blog, that is...

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Here is the age, height, and weight information for arborlings, formatted as best I can:
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Arborling Random Starting Ages

  • Adulthood....50 years
  • Intuitive......+4d6
  • Self-Taught..+6d6
  • Trained........+9d6

Arborling Aging Effects

  • Middle Age........150 years
  • Old...................210 years
  • Venerable.........300 years
  • Maximum Age..300 + 3d% years

Arborling Height & Weight

  • Base Height.......5 ft. 7 in.
  • Base Weight......170 lbs.
  • Modifier..............2d10
  • Weight Modifier..x7 lbs.

Note: arborlings increase in size as they grow. At 9th level, they are 50% taller and 50% heavier.

I hope that helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

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Andre Roy wrote:

I've just bought this and really like it. It will make for a nice addition in my campaign.

I agree though that the lack of a age table, and a height and weight table does cause a problem.

Have you consider a quick fix along the line of either adding them to the pdf (and we could download the updated version), a (free) stand alone 1 or 2 pagers "Additional Material" that would be a companion to this document or a quick blog piece errata?

That could help improve this in a quick but significant way.

That's a great idea. I will post the tables in this thread tomorrow.

I've also reached out to the publisher about the possibility of updating the PDF with the tables.

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aeglos wrote:

one of the greatest heros of my childhood died today,

Bud Spencer,
hero of countless 70s and 80s Italo western and action adventures, silly, cheap films with endless brawling scenes but without blood and real violence

for as as children on his level he was on the same level as Han Solo or Winnetou (whose actor died last year)

grown man today where fan-shirts with his face and even a public swimming pool in Schwäbisch-Gemünd is named after him (he participated there at an international championsship in the 50)

aside from acting he was an entrepreneur and inventor (held a patent for a electric toothbrush with tooth paste reservoir) a Jurist, olympic swimmer, librarian, writer, composer, tv cook, producer (movies and music), helicopter pilot and a great personality

Rest in Peace, Bud

Sorry to hear that, aeglos.

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Sorry about the bike Kaj.

What is it with people today? They think anything NOT nailed down is free for the taking?

And in some cases, even if it IS nailed down! :/

It is my humble opinion that those who take property that does not belong to them, should be beaten with said property.

Just a thought.

It makes me smile.

Have a good (Or at least better) day everyone!

:)

finding the guys who stole my bikes and beating them to death makes me feel warm and toasty inside. I probably should not smile as much as I do at the prospect, but my god...it turns my frown upside down.

Then again, killing them is so...pedestrian. I mean, once you kill someone, they are dead. But you can break someone so many, many times before it gets old. I want hear them beg for mercy that will not come until they least expect it, to give them hope that I will snatch away at the least opportune moment, repeatedly, until they become a shadow of their former selves, not recognizing the person they see in the mirror every day. I want to make them look upon me and despair, to see the sun each day and know only regret.

So, basically the same as your plans for Joss Whedon?

Freehold has been watching the Saw series for additional ideas on handling Joss Whedon.

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My wife took semi-feral momma cat to the vet for her rabies shot. The cat will be under the bed for the next day or two.

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Sorry to hear about the health woes (people and pet) and stolen property.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
What goes on a Sardine Sandwich.
Sardines.
Just sardines, seems a bit plain for NYC. :-)

And sriracha.

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Yeah, they're related, but different.

I think there are some regions that refer to a rutabaga as a turnip, though.

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Rutabaga!

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Frank, Snark Educator wrote:
Sarcasm Elemental wrote:
Sarcasmo the Sarcasm Bot wrote:
taig wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Ok. So I am not really funny. But at least I try.

Yeah, I don't even try.

You're very funny.
Funny looking, maybe.
Meh, I've seen funnier.

I usually end up on the side of "less funny" in comparison to rutabagas.

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Callous Jack wrote:
Hey badger!

Hey, Callous Jack!

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Damn you, aeglos!

Also...hi.

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