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I'm beginning to think that our family motto is "Who stole my phone charger?".

Umm, nekkid family? That could be awkward.


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The main thing I want from this holiday season is for it to be over.


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Often times the grass is greener on the other side because it has been thoroughly fertilized with b$@+@+#%.


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Me: "Let's go this way."
Every shopping cart ever: "F!*# you."


I call my car the "Pussy Wagon" because it's where I go to cry.


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Every car is a self-driving car if you just don't give a s#~+.


I'm not an alcoholic. Alcoholics need a drink, while I already have one.


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I went to a new fetish shop the other day. I saw weird things there. Weird, sick, twisted, gross, evil, godless stuff.

And I want it all.


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"Making the connection to the spirit world was tough, because the instructions were all in pictures and the goat wasn't included."


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
"Making the connection to the spirit world was tough, because the instructions were all in pictures and the goat wasn't included."

Ah yes the old "special edition" d&d rule books. Good times.... poor goats... (I think that was a thing people believed at some point.)

Dark Archive

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Limeylongears wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Speak to me of this....chess pie...
it is literally the single best pie ever created.

That's an odd way to spell steak & ale.

#piewars, LIVE on www.paizo.com.

Only if the alcohol used in the pie is a good auld guinness


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For some reason, all of the PFS games that I participate in finish sooner that the other. I wonder why.


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Yay! Day off!!


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Congrats, Cap. Enjoy your rest. :)


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I finally wrap up the economics curriculum this week so I don't have to talk about it again till August. Then someone posts on net neutrality and deregulation.

ಠ_ಠ


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I love the gazetteer of Eox in the new Starfinder book (Splintered Worlds).


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John Napier 698 wrote:
For some reason, all of the PFS games that I participate in finish sooner that the other. I wonder why.

You should make a Brawler, get a bunch of player companions and try out some weird feat combos.

That should slow them done.


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No, no, no. You don't understand. Finishing early means I get to go home early. Which means more sleep for me.


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Damn polititrap thread almost caught me.


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I thought such threads were prohibited.


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Sarah Marie popped in and said it was okay if we stayed respectful.

I give it till morning.

The Exchange

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Rank 18 for both classic and wild but it's rough going...will continue tomorrow.

Shadow Lodge

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Stayed respectful and kept outright politics to a minimum.

Then someone posted a five paragraph rant about Obama being a powerhungry socialist. Probably over the line.

Since it's just the one post for now, I imagine it'll just be deleted like usual. If more show up, though, thread will probably get locked.


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By all means, summarize the post in another thread. That will be a good decision. >_>


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Orthos wrote:

Stayed respectful and kept outright politics to a minimum.

Then someone posted a five paragraph rant about Obama being a powerhungry socialist. Probably over the line.

Since it's just the one post for now, I imagine it'll just be deleted like usual. If more show up, though, thread will probably get locked.

If not removed.


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Silken Voice, a young kemonomimi wu xia.


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337 new posts, this time.

Commendations!

To pick up on a few few-day-old remarks:

Watermelon w/ salt *is* superior to eggs w/ ketchup.

Tequila is fabulously tasty.

I've only heard one small group's consensus on *that* film -- they liked TFA, but disliked (thoroughly) TLJ. I was shocked. I'm sure I'll end up seeing it sometime.

Catch y'all in about a week, FaWtLies!! :)


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grumble

What's the point of all-day breakfast if you run out of the components of your breakfast offers, McDonald's?


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Well, when all is said and done, I have to say that so far the final dungeon in Jade Regent is running far, far better than I was thinking. (Orthos offered to re-do a lot of the low-level mooks, and I made a list but never followed up, and now for the first time in 2-3 months we finally got in a session.)

Long Story Short, with Minor Spoilers:
The whole setup for the assault on the Jade Regent's castle is that he has had to send away the vast majority of his troops to help quell the rebellion in the city and repel the army from the north. The rebels are applying the classic, "Spread your enemy thin, then strike at his heart."

It's playing out beautifully. The party boldy walked in the front gate in the middle of the night, after the general public had been sent home. Alarms sounded and the entire castle went on high alert, I looked to start moving troops around...
...and, carp! I could not afford to reposition a single group without providing another opening. And a report of "3 people assaulting the fortress" when they knew that the party consisted of at least 6 made the guards absolutely sure that the first attack was a feint. (Who expects TWO of the party members to hit Stealth rolls in the 40's?)

Cue the melee obliteration machines being teleported to the top of the first guard tower, among all the now-sad bowmen.

It's going well, it's playing out realistically, and the fight lasted 6 rounds, indicating it's not a cake walk. Especially considering the typhoon commander I'd placed there was one round away from moving up to the isolated bard/ranger (branger?) and trolling for a one-hit-crit-kill on him. Unfortunately, as is Impus Minor's wont when playing rangers (even multi-classed rangers), Boots of Speed, Deadly Aim, and a Seeking bow turned the typhoon commander into a plummeting meteor of flamy death before he could follow through.

So far, really good.


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So how long until Impus Minor just starts playing Robin Hood and does the whole "shoot the arrow already in the bullseye" bit?

Shadow Lodge

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Nice =)

Let me know if you still need any of those encounters redone.


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So you have trouble keeping encounters to survive a crazy-optimized ranger. I have trouble keeping encounters on track after optimized diplomacy. I'm not sure which leads to a stronger anticlimax.

Shadow Lodge

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I had to deal with the ridiculous-high-stealth uber-archer problem at the same time as the diplomancer problem. Just having one is easy mode. ;)


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It's okay. My group hasn't discovered fickle winds yet.


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Scintillae wrote:
So how long until Impus Minor just starts playing Robin Hood and does the whole "shoot the arrow already in the bullseye" bit?

You jest, but in our Kingmaker game he played an elven cleric of Calistria with Truestrike and a Seeking bow.

The things he did with her(? It's been a while) were truly, truly silly.

"You think someone's in the watchtower, but it's 400 feet away and they're hiding behind arrow slits."
"I shoot them."
"It's an impossible shot."
"I shoot them anyway." Rolls. "Potential critical." Rolls again. "Confirmed critical."
"$%*$&#$*$!"


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Orthos wrote:

Nice =)

Let me know if you still need any of those encounters redone.

Thanks! Will do!

Shadow Lodge

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Scintillae wrote:
It's okay. My group hasn't discovered fickle winds yet.

<twiiiiiiiiiitch>


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Scintillae wrote:
It's okay. My group hasn't discovered fickle winds yet.

I've got an alchemist-ranger issue where Fickle Winds meets Dispelling Bombs. So it's more resource-draining the alchemist than keeping my bad guys alive.

And the hilarious thing is that in the Serpent's Skull game they have a bard with something like a +25 Diplomacy roll. But they're too busy cluelessly attacking things they don't have to to ever allow her to, y'know, maybe make a roll to avoid a combat.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
So how long until Impus Minor just starts playing Robin Hood and does the whole "shoot the arrow already in the bullseye" bit?

You jest, but in our Kingmaker game he played an elven cleric of Calistria with Truestrike and a Seeking bow.

The things he did with her(? It's been a while) were truly, truly silly.

"You think someone's in the watchtower, but it's 400 feet away and they're hiding behind arrow slits."
"I shoot them."
"It's an impossible shot."
"I shoot them anyway." Rolls. "Potential critical." Rolls again. "Confirmed critical."
"$%*$&#$*$!"

So what you're saying is that we should never ever give Voren the idea of the Improbability Elixir.


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I just discovered I can shuffle ALL my songs on ITunes.

The universe opens up before me with unlimited musical potential.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I just discovered I can shuffle ALL my songs on ITunes.

The universe opens up before me with unlimited musical potential.

I learned long ago to not do that.

Going from this to this in the span of one song was a little too much cognitive dissonance for my brain to take.


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Scintillae wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I just discovered I can shuffle ALL my songs on ITunes.

The universe opens up before me with unlimited musical potential.

I learned long ago to not do that.

Going from this to this in the span of one song was a little too much cognitive dissonance for my brain to take.

Your brain needs to do cognitive weightlifting! That's not even a quarter fnord worth of dissonance!


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It started me off with some Korn, veered off into three Weird Al songs, threw in some Dead Prez and Modest Mouse, landed on Tom Petty's A&+*~&% and is currently on The Rolling Stones.


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It's really funny how Charisma tends to be the most game-breaking stat in the system in terms of maintaining the plot. I tried to avoid that for Savage Tide and made a dex/int build...who still derailed an entire chapter because she decided the quest-NPC sounded like a crazy homeless person with pamphlets about the Flat-Earth society.

And then the warlock Charisma-tanked everyone anyway.


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...and oh dear, Orthos is going to have the opportunity to pay me back with his archer for Iron Gods.


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=D =D =D


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With a name like that, expect to get kidnapped by a weird pigmonster thing and need a stupid flute to rescue you.


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Either that or stuck in a protagonist role in a terribly-animated but more-independent reality with weird wonky controls and bad voice acting.

"Good!"


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You must die.


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Tessaro Zelda wrote:

Either that or stuck in a protagonist role in a terribly-animated but more-independent reality with weird wonky controls and bad voice acting.

"Good!"

Was about to ask if you meant Wand of Gamelon or Zelda's Adventure.

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