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My first thought is Wizard with the Warrior of the Holy Light archetype, because why shouldn't I give up my defining class feature? As for Prestige classes, they've never really interested me so I pretty much ignore them. In fact, I don't think I've ever seen anyone use a prestige class other than one guy who insisted he be allowed to play a non-evil assassin in every game.

Edit: Is there a nekkid archetype or prestige class. If so, I guess I should take that.


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EDIT: NINJA'D BY A NAKED WIZARD WHO GLOWS LIKE THE SUN?! I'M SO BAD AT THIS~! Q.Q :D
(Also updated for new statistics)
((And also he may or may not be an assassin, so it maaaayyyy be legit))

New Page, FaWtLers! Booyah! ... in a good way!

I'd originally been planning on updating this once per page.

HAH! FaWtL put a stop to that~!

Original Post with a question for everyone to answer!

YAY!

-------------------------------------------
And now the results so far of EverFaWtL:

01) aatea: ________________________

02) CH: ________________________

03) Crookshanks: ___________________

04) CY: medium (brute vigilante archetype); mammoth rider PrC

05) doctor_wu: investigator (tetori monk archetype; for better hugging); ??? <no PrC suggested>

06) Drejk: _____________________

07) Freehold: ______________________

08) gran: wizard (warrior of the holy light paladin archetype); PrCs (I'unno, maybe being "that guy" - i.e. me - who wants a non-evil assassin?)

09) Icy: ______________

10) J4rh43d: empericist investigator (with blossoming light cleric archetype) OR blossoming light cleric (with empericist investigator archetype)... OR paladin (with blossoming light cleric archetype); good sanguine angel OR alchemist/brewkeeper OR wizard/<any full casting PrC to fix stuff>

11) John (Napier): Traveller d20 Grand Admiral OR Gunslinger (either duelist <?> archetype or bounty hunter slayer archetype)

12) Kjeldorn: _________________

13) Limey: <any of: fighter/rogue/mage> (musketeer archetype); toss up (duelist, eldritch knight, assassin [3.5] not evil... automatically)

14) lisamarlene: in need of coffee PATHFINDER CHRONICLER, ALL ELSE MEANINGLESS

15) lynora: witch (crashing wave cleric archetype water bending); ??? <no PrC suggested> :)

16) NH: paladin of some sort, and definitely not the Core PrCs or the early archetypes thereof! (also, as of lisamarlene, is now given bonus levels in grumpy-pants! lucky! I'm stuck waiting 'til 80 to take levels in that, and he gets epic levels now~! Maaaaaannnnnnnn some people just win... ;D)

17) Orthos: wilder (unknown archetype that nabs Dark Knowledge from Heroes of Horror); wilder/dragonfire adept/<the PrC that combines those>

18) Scint: alchemist (archavist bard archetype; yay know-it-all mad science (so basically a female Bill Nye, which is now the coolest thing ever)); "soracle" theurge (sorcerer/oracle/theurge)

19) Sharoth: _________________________

20) Sissyl: NO ARCHETYPES; optimized cleric/wizard/mystic theurge

21) Syrus: warpriest [Healing, Tactics domains] (unknown archetype of something for smite and/or marshal auras); Evangelist (with The Deity ;D)

22) Thomas Seitz (look, I know you've been hanging around, because you just favorited a post of mine I'm secretly psychic!)

23) Me!: psionic erudite (unifier tactician archetype) or erudite/wizard/cerebromancer

24) TOZ: Oracle (Unbreakable Fighter archetype); Oracle/Holy Vindicator (sneaking suspicion that he may, just possibly, perhaps, have a type)

25) TS: _______________________________

26) Vanykrye: kensai magus (empericist investigator archetype); paladin/monk/<Iroran Paladin-monk-PrC>

27) Vidmaster: magus or bard <nothing else specified>

28) Wei Ji: __________________

... and since I know for a fact that a certain Chinese kitty sometimes hangs out over hear (but rarely posts anything!! >:I): Mort. Just... Just a Mort.
__________________

Enjoy!

And now, some random stats I noticed:
- 11/29: unanswered
- 18/29: at least partially answered
- 11/29: fully answered
- 07/29: totally followed the all the rules!
All answers are totally valid; I was just interested in statistics. XD


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Has anyone heard this? I think I found a replacement for Queen.

Solid!

Here's a Queen cover that doesn't suck!

For that band's "official" stuff:
Album One
Album Two (Father of Death; even better than A1, in my opinion)
Hold Back the Night and This City Made Us from their "upcoming" album (been "upcoming" for yeeeaaaarrrssss)

One Live Performance (it's their older stuff, not newer; swears warning; not seen the whole video)

Unfortunately, I couldn't find the one where they recruited a pianist they happened to find in the main lobby when one of theirs got stomach poisoning. That was an epic video.

They absolutely encourage people to play their stuff and create videos from it (after all, they're a grunge rock band who's based on Megaman games...)


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captain yesterday wrote:
Perhaps he's jellin on our 10 degrees outside.

He's not the only one! Lucky!

Trade! Traaaaade! >:I

In reality, it's pretty nice here, right now. But I'll still trade with you for a day! XD

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I love Protomen. So weird and yet so good.

No one can replace Queen - not even Nobody - but I will happily welcome more stuff in that vein. It's why I liked the band fun. that was around a few years back.


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Hmm...
I think we did this a long time ago.
As Freehold does not do new classes, this won't be a perfect fit, but I'm guessing some monk/wizard hybrid for martial arts(despite the decades out of practice) and mental health/psychology work I do that calls for lots and lots of reading and research. Archetype would have to be martial artist for monk as the idea of lawful Freehold is laughable where it isn't insulting, and some type of mind whammy wizard for wizard. As noted above, Freehold doesn't do new classes, I think paizo dropped the ball there.

For prestige class? Something ice and cold based for the wizard.

Oh wait! I think someone back in the day said bard for me for mental health due to charisma based stuff. But I don't really play a musical instrument, so it would have to be a funky fit. I know there are some bards that specialize in helping people with mental health thingies? Or at least I read that somewhere once a while back.

Solacer? I think?

No idea for prestige class though.

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Queen feat. Mario M. Mario


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Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...


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Freehold --

Haterade bard with ranks in Perform (oratory/rant). PrC: frostfell avatar.

(Yes, it totally breaks the rules 'cause nonesuch ever, but I dare anyone to tell me I ain't right about this one!!)


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Anthony J. Crowley wrote:
Queen feat. Mario M. Mario

Woah!


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Perhaps he's jellin on our 10 degrees outside.

He's not the only one! Lucky!

Trade! Traaaaade! >:I

In reality, it's pretty nice here, right now. But I'll still trade with you for a day! XD

You can have it for the next six months if you want.


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Tacticslion wrote:

EDIT: NINJA'D BY A NAKED WIZARD WHO GLOWS LIKE THE SUN?! I'M SO BAD AT THIS~! Q.Q :D

(Also updated for new statistics)
((And also he may or may not be an assassin, so it maaaayyyy be legit))

New Page, FaWtLers! Booyah! ... in a good way!

13) Limey: <any of: fighter/rogue/mage> (musketeer archetype); toss up (duelist, eldritch knight, assassin [3.5] not evil... automatically)

It was actually all of fighter/rogue/mage, like in 1e/2e, but you'd obviously have to be at least L3 to do it (I thought Creighton Broadhurst had updated that particular combo for Pathfinder, but I can't find it on his blog).

Basically, I want to make a stealthy Lavode.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Cross-posted from JJ's thread, 'cause it's a fun question!

Yeah, I do this.

It's fuuuuuuuuuuuuunnnnnnnnnnnnn.

So, every FaWtL, barring that this doesn't make any actual sense (we'll just use "hand-wavium" to make a square peg/round hole fit): if you, in real life, could have the nearest equivalent of 20 levels in a class, but had to have an archetype from a completely different class (again, ignoring specifics; presuppose you get the benefits and rrrroooouuuugggghhhhllllyyyyy equivalent losses) which class and which archetype (from what other class) would you choose?

Similarly, if you gained the equivalent of 20 levels, but ten had to be in a Prestige Class, which class and prestige class?

Huh...

*Thinks a bit*

Well obviously, it would have to be a Class with Wild Empathy, as I currently wrastling horses for a living, and the poor man's version of the ability I've got doesn't work that well.
Actually being able to speak to the critters would be a God-send, especially when treating injuries and sickness. So I guess a Druid/Hunter/Ranger...but I'm not really that much of a "fighter", So I guess its more down to the Druid/Hunter...yea its gonna be a Druid, I guess?
Since I'm a snarky pedantic a!%%$$%, I guess I would have the Archivist archetype, although if the any of the Hentai I've watched is any indicator the Kraken-Caller would be a real humdinger with the ladies...

As for prestige class...
Hmmm...
huh...
Errr...
Nothing really springs to mind. Wait, of cause! My prestige class would be my own prestige-fied Paladin class, flavoured as a preserver of nature with his build your own custom code and no alignment requirement!
*Thumbs his nose at the forum - yes now everything is a Paladin-thread!*
Ahhh...
Now that's out of my system...The only thing I can think of would be a Brewkeeper (devoid of the Cayden Cailean flavour) as I'm known to enjoy a glass or two...and I love the imagery of having to take a swig from a hip flask to begin talking to the animals.


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Lyrics in my head right now.

Saturday!
Where else are you gonna go
There's no way!
I'm gonna end up at the disco
Make my way!
Through fist fights and stilettos
To rock n roll, rock n roll, rock n roll!

Spirit Of '87, by Rancid.


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Limey gets bonus points for Lavode.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Limey gets bonus points for Lavode.

don't we all have bathrooms?


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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Limey gets bonus points for Lavode.
don't we all have bathrooms?

We do?

You guys lied to me!


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Limeylongears wrote:

It was actually all of fighter/rogue/mage, like in 1e/2e, but you'd obviously have to be at least L3 to do it (I thought Creighton Broadhurst had updated that particular combo for Pathfinder, but I can't find it on his blog).

Basically, I want to make a stealthy Lavode.

You know, 1E/2E was the first thing I thought of when I saw it, but then I was all, like, "Naw, it's not d20!" XD

... but wait!

With the new classes, you can possibly have your cake and eat it, too.

Due to better BAB and more robust abilities, either an unchained rogue or slayer can probably suffice (dropping your fighter/rogue level to just... slayer or unchained rogue). Similarly, you can drop the wizard part by making a slayer with the eldritch scoundrel rogue archetype, killing three birds with one stone (the eldritch scoundrel doesn't quite hit the 9th level casting, but neither does the multi-class).

... of course, that would drop the musketeer, so, thenagainmaybenot...

Either way, I'll adjust things to your stated preference, next time. :D


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captain yesterday wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Perhaps he's jellin on our 10 degrees outside.

He's not the only one! Lucky!

Trade! Traaaaade! >:I

In reality, it's pretty nice here, right now. But I'll still trade with you for a day! XD

You can have it for the next six months if you want.

No, just the one day is fine.

If you like to space it out, though, we could wait until Christmas.


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That's, not, how, winter works.


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RE: Random stats.

I never know what category I'm in with these things.


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So, I understand Jar-Jar has anti-fans!

That's... super-legitimate.

So, for the purposes of making it easy on people to avoid...

Jar-jar's appearances in CW:

Season 1, Episode 8
Season 1, Episode 11-12 (technically only 12, but you'll probably want to skip pt 1.)
Season 1, Episode 17
Season 3, Episode 3
Season 4, Episodes 2-4
Season 6, Episodes 8-9 I've not seen this, yet

Looks like Freehold was more correct than I! I didn't actually remember that many, or any after Season 3, so... oops!

But there's still a grand total of 10 episodes out of 121 - a lot of stuff you get to enjoy without it. :)


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Captain James T. Yesterday wrote:
That's, not, how, winter works.

Well, you never know...


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The only CW characters that carry over into Rebels (so far) are: Obi-wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker (Holocron image and Darth Vader), Governor Tarkin, Captain Rex, Bail Antilles, R2D2 and C-3P0, Hondo Onaka, Cham Syndula, Master Luminara, Master Yoda, and Darth Maul.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.


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Freehold DM wrote:

Hmm...

I think we did this a long time ago.
As Freehold does not do new classes, this won't be a perfect fit, but I'm guessing some monk/wizard hybrid for martial arts(despite the decades out of practice) and mental health/psychology work I do that calls for lots and lots of reading and research. Archetype would have to be martial artist for monk as the idea of lawful Freehold is laughable where it isn't insulting, and some type of mind whammy wizard for wizard. As noted above, Freehold doesn't do new classes, I think paizo dropped the ball there.

For prestige class? Something ice and cold based for the wizard.

Oh wait! I think someone back in the day said bard for me for mental health due to charisma based stuff. But I don't really play a musical instrument, so it would have to be a funky fit. I know there are some bards that specialize in helping people with mental health thingies? Or at least I read that somewhere once a while back.

Solacer? I think?

No idea for prestige class though.

So... mesmerist, then?

They've got "touch treatment" for HEEEEAAALLLING for stuff (especially mental conditions), as well as "allure" and "psychic inception" and "susceptibility" versions of Bold Stare.

With their spells, they can get diagnose disease, polypurpose panacea, remove fear, remove sickness, share language, telempathic projection, and vocal alteration - all at 1st level. At second level, you've got blistering invective/burning gaze (not, technically, bicycles, but still fiery!), build trust, calme emotions, compassionate ally, delay spells (disease, pain, poison), detect anxieties, detect thoughts, enthrall, honeyed tongue, placebo effect, shamefully overdressed, silent table, suggestion, tongues, and, of course, rage and unadulterated loathing. (You'll want a looooot of pages of spell knowledge).

And that's all ignoring the standard social skill boosters, and the typical charms/suggestions/and so on, as well as ignoring anything higher than second level. And lots of linguist stuff (like tongues).

I'd never heard of the solacer, previously. Neat!

For PrCs:
- Argent Dramaturge
- Mystery Cultist (of Arshea)
- Rose Warden
?

I dunno, they just kind of seemed thematic, somewhat. :)


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captain yesterday wrote:

RE: Random stats.

I never know what category I'm in with these things.

That's why there's no specific names! So no one does!

(Unless they do.)


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.

I get high marks on my reviews on my uniform because I wear clean clothes and take a shower.


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

RE: Random stats.

I never know what category I'm in with these things.

That's why there's no specific names! So no one does!

(Unless they do.)

How am I supposed to follow the rules if I don't know if I'm following the rules.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.

Around here, Shiro is a C-level executive at a Fortune 500 company and goes to work in jeans and a T-shirt. In fact, even when he gets flown around on the company jet to visit off-sites, he's still in jeans and a T-shirt.

HOWEVER, if he or I have to do the East Coast, and *only* the East Coast, it's "slacks, shirt, tie, and jacket".

It's as if the East Coast is stuck in the 1950's.

Heck, even at NASA in Houston they were asking, "Why the heck are you wearing a tie?"


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Ah, gods, ye hopeless, hopeless Bay Area drivers! We have our first "significant" rain of the season (a paltry drizzle and maybe 0.05", but it's fairly steady in that it's been going on for more than 20 minutes now). So of course, my plans to visit NobodysWife for lunch are shot because the Bay Bridge is one massive traffic jam because, "There is water falling from the sky! Aaaaaaah!"

Well, one project done (kitchen window sealed), another two in the lineup (cleaning the studio and getting Impus Major's homework done), so back to it I go!


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Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

Hmm...

I think we did this a long time ago.
As Freehold does not do new classes, this won't be a perfect fit, but I'm guessing some monk/wizard hybrid for martial arts(despite the decades out of practice) and mental health/psychology work I do that calls for lots and lots of reading and research. Archetype would have to be martial artist for monk as the idea of lawful Freehold is laughable where it isn't insulting, and some type of mind whammy wizard for wizard. As noted above, Freehold doesn't do new classes, I think paizo dropped the ball there.

For prestige class? Something ice and cold based for the wizard.

Oh wait! I think someone back in the day said bard for me for mental health due to charisma based stuff. But I don't really play a musical instrument, so it would have to be a funky fit. I know there are some bards that specialize in helping people with mental health thingies? Or at least I read that somewhere once a while back.

Solacer? I think?

No idea for prestige class though.

So... mesmerist, then?

They've got "touch treatment" for HEEEEAAALLLING for stuff (especially mental conditions), as well as "allure" and "psychic inception" and "susceptibility" versions of Bold Stare.

With their spells, they can get diagnose disease, polypurpose panacea, remove fear, remove sickness, share language, telempathic projection, and vocal alteration - all at 1st level. At second level, you've got blistering invective/burning gaze (not, technically, bicycles, but still fiery!), build trust, calme emotions, compassionate ally, delay spells (disease, pain, poison), detect anxieties, detect thoughts, enthrall, honeyed tongue, placebo effect, shamefully overdressed, silent table, suggestion, tongues, and, of course,...

the mesmerist is a new class. Freehold does not allow for new classes.

However.

Shamefully overdressed is the GREATEST SPELL EVER.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.

Around here, Shiro is a C-level executive at a Fortune 500 company and goes to work in jeans and a T-shirt. In fact, even when he gets flown around on the company jet to visit off-sites, he's still in jeans and a T-shirt.

HOWEVER, if he or I have to do the East Coast, and *only* the East Coast, it's "slacks, shirt, tie, and jacket".

It's as if the East Coast is stuck in the 1950's.

Heck, even at NASA in Houston they were asking, "Why the heck are you wearing a tie?"

because we on the east coast know the truth.

A well-tailored, preferably dark, suit is the material component when attempting to cast the shamefully overdressed spell upon a paramour.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, gods, ye hopeless, hopeless Bay Area drivers! We have our first "significant" rain of the season (a paltry drizzle and maybe 0.05", but it's fairly steady in that it's been going on for more than 20 minutes now). So of course, my plans to visit NobodysWife for lunch are shot because the Bay Bridge is one massive traffic jam because, "There is water falling from the sky! Aaaaaaah!"

Well, one project done (kitchen window sealed), another two in the lineup (cleaning the studio and getting Impus Major's homework done), so back to it I go!

grabs dark suit, heads to prius, asks Ms. McRib to hold my calls


Freehold DM wrote:
*praise for something other than jeans and a t-shirt*

... who are you and what have you done with our Freehold, you monster.

ಠ_ಠ

... you will give him back.

Quick, everyFaWtL! Grab the impostor! The real one couldn't be far away - he posted only two minutes prior to the fake!


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, gods, ye hopeless, hopeless Bay Area drivers! We have our first "significant" rain of the season (a paltry drizzle and maybe 0.05", but it's fairly steady in that it's been going on for more than 20 minutes now). So of course, my plans to visit NobodysWife for lunch are shot because the Bay Bridge is one massive traffic jam because, "There is water falling from the sky! Aaaaaaah!"

Well, one project done (kitchen window sealed), another two in the lineup (cleaning the studio and getting Impus Major's homework done), so back to it I go!

grabs dark suit, heads to prius, asks Ms. McRib to hold my calls

Wait. Wait, what.

H-he-... he's getting better at his impersonation!

O.O!

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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.

Around here, Shiro is a C-level executive at a Fortune 500 company and goes to work in jeans and a T-shirt. In fact, even when he gets flown around on the company jet to visit off-sites, he's still in jeans and a T-shirt.

HOWEVER, if he or I have to do the East Coast, and *only* the East Coast, it's "slacks, shirt, tie, and jacket".

It's as if the East Coast is stuck in the 1950's.

Heck, even at NASA in Houston they were asking, "Why the heck are you wearing a tie?"

because we on the east coast know the truth.

A well-tailored, preferably dark, suit is the material component when attempting to cast the shamefully overdressed spell upon a paramour.

Sure, if your paramour is into the "self important rich dingus" look. Mine is more of a sweatpants-and-oversized t-shirt gal.

A suit (on either gender) does not impress me. Unless it's a church service, wedding, or funeral (and even then most people I know would gladly come in more casual clothes if allowed), if I see you walking around in a suit my immediate raction is that you have too much money and not enough sense.


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Hm, what would I be?

A level 20 erudite psion, with an archetype which allows me to learn ALL THE POWERS!!! Including the homebrew ones that replicate spells, including healing spells. Yeah that's right, I can heal. I can do anything not explicitly divine in nature.

Alternatively, I'm a level 20 wizard with ALL THE SPELLS!!! The important thing is, I can manifest/cast anything not explicitly divine.

Wait, 10 levels have to be PrCs? Er, I dunno, something with +1 CL/ML per level. Because thou shalt not sacrifice caster/manifester levels.


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T minus 24 hours until honeymoon cruise, WOOOOOO!

Bought the Zeitgeist AP last night so I can read the pdfs and prep to run it during the next week, when I won't have any net connection. :)


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I just received an automated alert that a server was using 7.6 out of 7.0 TB of available space. Somehow, that server has started turning itself into a TARDIS.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.

Around here, Shiro is a C-level executive at a Fortune 500 company and goes to work in jeans and a T-shirt. In fact, even when he gets flown around on the company jet to visit off-sites, he's still in jeans and a T-shirt.

HOWEVER, if he or I have to do the East Coast, and *only* the East Coast, it's "slacks, shirt, tie, and jacket".

It's as if the East Coast is stuck in the 1950's.

Heck, even at NASA in Houston they were asking, "Why the heck are you wearing a tie?"

because we on the east coast know the truth.

A well-tailored, preferably dark, suit is the material component when attempting to cast the shamefully overdressed spell upon a paramour.

Sure, if your paramour is into the "self important rich dingus" look. Mine is more of a sweatpants-and-oversized t-shirt gal.

A...

I say, you disrespectful young ruffian, I resemble that remark!


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Captain Literal wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

RE: Random stats.

I never know what category I'm in with these things.

That's why there's no specific names! So no one does!

(Unless they do.)
How am I supposed to follow the rules if I don't know if I'm following the rules.

Well, from a certain point of view, you, Captain Literal, did not, insomuch as you are an alias who has t posted on this topic, previously. But the man you stand in for (who goes by captain yesterday around theses forums) using his primary alias happened to...

CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION THAT ABSOKUTLEY NO ONE COULD FIGURE OUT BY LOOKINF AT MY POST:
... follow all the rules, of this particular fun thing as expressed in the post TL (that's me, for purposes of this post) made for the purpose of disseminating this thought exercise. Yes.

Good job.

:)


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

T minus 24 hours until honeymoon cruise, WOOOOOO!

Bought the Zeitgeist AP last night so I can read the pdfs and prep to run it during the next week, when I won't have any net connection. :)

WOOOOOOOOO!!! Awesome!! Congrats and enjoy!!


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Vanykrye wrote:
I just received an automated alert that a server was using 7.6 out of 7.0 TB of available space. Somehow, that server has started turning itself into a TARDIS.

Could help explain some of the issues our boards are having? Wait, wrong server. Oh well, at the point where physics gives up like that, it may well be the cause...


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Twice I've tried posting a random race table for Starfinder, and twice I failed.

I guess I can't share nice things today.

Later, I'll be able to.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.

Around here, Shiro is a C-level executive at a Fortune 500 company and goes to work in jeans and a T-shirt. In fact, even when he gets flown around on the company jet to visit off-sites, he's still in jeans and a T-shirt.

HOWEVER, if he or I have to do the East Coast, and *only* the East Coast, it's "slacks, shirt, tie, and jacket".

It's as if the East Coast is stuck in the 1950's.

Heck, even at NASA in Houston they were asking, "Why the heck are you wearing a tie?"

because we on the east coast know the truth.

A well-tailored, preferably dark, suit is the material component when attempting to cast the shamefully overdressed spell upon a paramour.

Sure, if your paramour is into the "self important rich dingus" look. Mine is more of a sweatpants-and-oversized t-shirt gal.

A...

as we already knew, you are an incredibly lucky man!

For the remainder, I must stress the "well tailored" part. Most look awful in off the rack stuff unless they are in the shape of their lives or only eat every other day. It's hard to find something that truly works for oneself without the help a good tailor can provide.

Now THAT is a trade that needs lifr breathed into it...


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S. Charles Higginbotham III wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

Oh, and I'm with Cap on the weather issue. I'm currently about 10 degrees warmer than him living just a couple hours south (that latitude difference is fairly huge in spring and fall, not so much in summer/winter).

Freehold mentioned that we make CNN when it's unseasonably warm. Not really. It would have to be above 40 in January to get a 3 second blurb. Otherwise it still hits the mid 90's in the summer (with 60-80% humidity) with occasional spikes into the low 100's and drops to negative single digits and below in the winter before wind chill. But the East Coast is where they go nuts over it in the media.

well, the east coast IS the naturally superior coast...

East coast still hasn't realized you can do office jobs just fine - in many cases far better - without dressing like you're going to church or a funeral. That puts them significantly behind.

The idea that mandatory ties for men and skirts/dresses and heels for ladies is somehow the only proper office dress code is one that would have died last decade if east coast businesses hadn't clung to it like life rafts.

Around here, Shiro is a C-level executive at a Fortune 500 company and goes to work in jeans and a T-shirt. In fact, even when he gets flown around on the company jet to visit off-sites, he's still in jeans and a T-shirt.

HOWEVER, if he or I have to do the East Coast, and *only* the East Coast, it's "slacks, shirt, tie, and jacket".

It's as if the East Coast is stuck in the 1950's.

Heck, even at NASA in Houston they were asking, "Why the heck are you wearing a tie?"

because we on the east coast know the truth.

A well-tailored, preferably dark, suit is the material component when attempting to cast the shamefully overdressed spell upon a paramour.

Sure, if your paramour is into the "self important rich dingus" look. Mine is more of a
...

you tell em, Chuck.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
I just received an automated alert that a server was using 7.6 out of 7.0 TB of available space. Somehow, that server has started turning itself into a TARDIS.
Could help explain some of the issues our boards are having? Wait, wrong server. Oh well, at the point where physics gives up like that, it may well be the cause...

Turns out the monitoring server had the wrong data. Lovely. This week has just been a joy. Not a single day has gone by where the network hasn't crashed for some reason. CenturyLink/Level 3 issues on Monday. Internet router config issue Tuesday. Fiber cuts on Wednesday. DFS issues saturating the network on Thursday and today, possibly triggered by our company antivirus software. I want to crawl into a hole for at least 6 months.

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