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Qadira

Did anybody else notice a naked hooded man just a bit ago. Scary stuff.

Qadira

Crimson Jester wrote:
Did anybody else notice a naked hooded man just a bit ago. Scary stuff.

But if he was wearing a hood can you really call him naked?


After 3-4 days of having a cold, I look forward to Sunday with Jess, Wolfthulhu and crew. Not only do I get to play in Kingmaker but Jess fixes some pretty good meals. Just look at her post above to see what is awaiting us.

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

*blink*

Morning folks!

flash_cxxi wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Maybe some of our Aussie FAWTLies can help here?
Done and Done. :)

I find it interesting that Woolworth is so huge in Australia. They used to be huge here as the first discount department store, but they have withered away over the years. I had honestly thought them defunct. I last saw an operating one in my childhood.

Osirion RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Patrick Curtin wrote:
I find it interesting that Woolworth is so huge in Australia. They used to be huge here as the first discount department store, but they have withered away over the years. I had honestly thought them defunct. I last saw an operating one in my childhood.

I am pretty certain that they are a different entity from your Woolworths. :)

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
flash_cxxi wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I find it interesting that Woolworth is so huge in Australia. They used to be huge here as the first discount department store, but they have withered away over the years. I had honestly thought them defunct. I last saw an operating one in my childhood.
I am pretty certain that they are a different entity from your Woolworths. :)

Huh. Interesting. Seems odd that two chain stores would have a similar moniker like that, but since I haven't seen a Woolworths in America for about 30 years, you are most likely correct. .... Of course I can't remember the last time I saw a Ford Falcon either ;)

Osirion RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Patrick Curtin wrote:
flash_cxxi wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I find it interesting that Woolworth is so huge in Australia. They used to be huge here as the first discount department store, but they have withered away over the years. I had honestly thought them defunct. I last saw an operating one in my childhood.
I am pretty certain that they are a different entity from your Woolworths. :)
Huh. Interesting. Seems odd that two chain stores would have a similar moniker like that, but since I haven't seen a Woolworths in America for about 30 years, you are most likely correct. .... Of course I can't remember the last time I saw a Ford Falcon either ;)

We also have Target over here, but it is owned by Coles which is an Australian company. I find it strange too, but I am pretty sure they're not related.

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I love Wikipedia. It seems the Australian company called itself Woolworth's because the name hadn't been trademarked, and now it has outlived its namesake

Trivia of the day: what modern American store is the direct descendant of the fallen Woolworth five-and-dime empire?

Spoiler:
Foot Locker. Who knew?

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber
Celestial Healer wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
What article?

White Necromancer write up in KQ19 by Marc Radle.

I really didn't like it. It basically took a bunch of stuff that has always been considered evil in Pathfinder and declared "It's good, because a white necromancer is doing it." Then it made them spontaneous casters in utter defiance of their own backstory and cobbled together a bunch of random abilities that should have just been new spells.

That's my review in 3 sentences.

Yeah, 'good' necromancy makes no sense. Can Good characters dabble with such things, doing what they must under the most extreme circumstances? Sure. Can they commit their life to raising and controlling the dead and remain pure? Not so much. Don't care how you color it.

Then again, I also think all Drow are evil and there are a lot of cool races that just weren't meant to be used as PCs.


Ooh! Chainstore trivia! Although this one isn't fact-checked and relies more upon word of mouth urban legend:

Defunct regional record store Strawberries was owned by Morris Levy, the mob-connected music mogul who infamously sued John Lennon for copyright infringement in the seventies and was the inspiration for The Sopranos character Hesh.

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

*Sigh* Getting a new roommate today. The last one was such a bad experience that it took something like six years to consider the move again. But he's a good guy and we've known each other for 8 years or more.

And I just need the money.

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Ooh! Chainstore trivia! Although this one isn't fact-checked and relies more upon word of mouth urban legend:

Defunct regional record store Strawberries was owned by Morris Levy, the mob-connected music mogul who infamously sued John Lennon for copyright infringement in the seventies and was the inspiration for The Sopranos character Hesh.

I miss Strawberries. I used to be able to buy tickets to club shows in Boston there. Beat traveling two hours to find out the gig was sold out. At least Newberry Street Comics is holding strong around here

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mrgh.


Patrick Curtin wrote:


I miss Strawberries. I used to be able to buy tickets to club shows in Boston there. Beat traveling two hours to find out the gig was sold out. At least Newberry Street Comics is holding strong around here

Yeah, Newbury Comics ain't goin' nowhere. I've got a bunch of friends that work/ed for them at all levels of staffing and they made a conscious decision around the time Pokemon got big to invest heavily in the collectible side of things--action figures, posters, t-shirts, whatever. They've made out pretty well over the years.

Still, you can walk into an average store and still find Big Black cds, Husker Du records and obscure Japanese films on DVD, although the closer you are to Boston, the better the selection.

And their clerks tend to be hot.

Come on in for a wicked good time!

Qadira

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Yeah they were smart and diversified until they became a sort of alt-department store. The one in Hyannis has a range of tee shirts, used CDs, action figure collectables, vinyl (!), comics, and even some RPG stuff (mostly 4e though)


Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?


TOZ wrote:
*surfaces* 16 hours to go. *submerges*

cool!


Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

wohoo, welcome back Bitter Thorn

LPM, Solnes and HD are back, too


aeglos wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

wohoo, welcome back Bitter Thorn

LPM, Solnes and HD are back, too

Cool! TOZ soon also I hope.


Hi everyone,

tomorrow Christmas time starts for us here in Germany with the 1.Advent

Do you celebrate the 4 Advent Sundays in America?
Do you put a Advent wreaths with 4 candles and light another one each sunday?
Do you have a bowl of Walnuts and Oranges on the table next to a figure nutcracker?
Do you handicraft Christmas Tree decoration? (Some of my fondest childhood memories is making straw-stars and gold-nuts with my mum)
Do you have special food only available at this time like Christstollen, Dominosteine, Lebkuchen (Gingerbread?), Spekulatius, Zimtsterne, Glühwein (Mulled wine)
Do you bake Christmas Cookies with your kids? (Spritzgebackene, Buttergebackene, Ochsenaugen, Kokosmakronen, Anistaler, Vanillekipferl, Beetmännchen)
Do you have an Advent calender counting the days till Christmas?
Do you have Christmas Pyramids? Schwibbögen? Rauchmännchen?
Krippenspiele? (Nativity plays)
Christmas Markets?

You don't do Nikolaus on the 6th, don't you?
And you do celebrate Christmas on the 25th instead of the 24th, right?


Bitter Thorn wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

wohoo, welcome back Bitter Thorn

LPM, Solnes and HD are back, too

Cool! TOZ soon also I hope.

TOZ must be on his trip back from Iraq right now.

How are you BT? Did you have a good time?


aeglos wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

wohoo, welcome back Bitter Thorn

LPM, Solnes and HD are back, too

Cool! TOZ soon also I hope.

TOZ must be on his trip back from Iraq right now.

How are you BT? Did you have a good time?

I'm glad to be home, but I would not call my job a good time. This job was especially bad. I'm rather tired and sick, but hopefully I'll be relatively healthy again soon.


Bitter Thorn wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

wohoo, welcome back Bitter Thorn

LPM, Solnes and HD are back, too

Cool! TOZ soon also I hope.

TOZ must be on his trip back from Iraq right now.

How are you BT? Did you have a good time?

I'm glad to be home, but I would not call my job a good time. This job was especially bad. I'm rather tired and sick, but hopefully I'll be relatively healthy again soon.

than have my best wishes to your health


aeglos wrote:

Hi everyone,

tomorrow Christmas time starts for us here in Germany with the 1.Advent

Do you celebrate the 4 Advent Sundays in America?
Do you put a Advent wreaths with 4 candles and light another one each sunday?
Do you have a bowl of Walnuts and Oranges on the table next to a figure nutcracker?
Do you handicraft Christmas Tree decoration? (Some of my fondest childhood memories is making straw-stars and gold-nuts with my mum)
Do you have special food only available at this time like Christstollen, Dominosteine, Lebkuchen (Gingerbread?), Spekulatius, Zimtsterne, Glühwein (Mulled wine)
Do you bake Christmas Cookies with your kids? (Spritzgebackene, Buttergebackene, Ochsenaugen, Kokosmakronen, Anistaler, Vanillekipferl, Beetmännchen)
Do you have an Advent calender counting the days till Christmas?
Do you have Christmas Pyramids? Schwibbögen? Rauchmännchen?
Krippenspiele? (Nativity plays)
Christmas Markets?

You don't do Nikolaus on the 6th, don't you?
And you do celebrate Christmas on the 25th instead of the 24th, right?

I know

Nikolaus, komm in unser haus,
pak die grosse tasche aus,
lusstig, lusstig, tra-la-ra-la-ra,
heut ist Nikolaus abend, da;
heut ist Nikolaus abend, da!

and we did an advent calender in German language class in highschool...

And my dad was in Stuttgart von echterdingen in the U.S. Army in the early 1970's, so I remember going to a Kinderlampienfest when I was three years old...we had this groovy lantern, shaped like the sun.


Still in Edinburgh, winding down at the room by watching Coast (quality public service television from the Beeb) after a day of watching mum go through clothes and souvenir shops without getting anything. Tomorrow we'll do the Mary King's Close tour, and, I bloody well hope, a bookstore or two. If I don't see another tartan-patterned cashmere scarf in my life I'll still not feel unfulfilled on that account.

Silver Crusade

aeglos wrote:

Hi everyone,

tomorrow Christmas time starts for us here in Germany with the 1.Advent

Do you celebrate the 4 Advent Sundays in America?
Do you put a Advent wreaths with 4 candles and light another one each sunday?
Do you have a bowl of Walnuts and Oranges on the table next to a figure nutcracker?
Do you handicraft Christmas Tree decoration? (Some of my fondest childhood memories is making straw-stars and gold-nuts with my mum)
Do you have special food only available at this time like Christstollen, Dominosteine, Lebkuchen (Gingerbread?), Spekulatius, Zimtsterne, Glühwein (Mulled wine)
Do you bake Christmas Cookies with your kids? (Spritzgebackene, Buttergebackene, Ochsenaugen, Kokosmakronen, Anistaler, Vanillekipferl, Beetmännchen)
Do you have an Advent calender counting the days till Christmas?
Do you have Christmas Pyramids? Schwibbögen? Rauchmännchen?
Krippenspiele? (Nativity plays)
Christmas Markets?

You don't do Nikolaus on the 6th, don't you?
And you do celebrate Christmas on the 25th instead of the 24th, right?

We did Advent wreaths and candles when I was growing up. It was a prominent feature in the Catholic church we attended. It may be denominational, though, and I've never seen it as part of a secular celebration.

I've seen people decorate with nutcrackers, but it's not considered a necessity.

Handmade Christmas Tree decorations are the best kind.

Gingerbread is big this time of year, and Christmas cookies. Now I want some. Mmmm. Cookies.

We had an Advent calendar growing up as well! And Nativity Plays! (Now you're taking me back, Aeglos.)

I've never known of a celebration on the 6th. But yes, Christmas is the 25th.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:


I know
Nikolaus, komm in unser haus,
pak die grosse tasche aus,
lusstig, lusstig, tra-la-ra-la-ra,
heut ist Nikolaus abend, da;
heut ist Nikolaus abend, da!

and we did an advent calender in German language class in highschool...

And my dad was in Stuttgart von echterdingen in the U.S. Army in the early 1970's, so I remember going to a Kinderlampienfest when I was three years old...we had this groovy lantern, shaped like the sun.

cool, did not know you had been over here

but you don't have Nikolaus on your side of the pond, domn't you?

The lanterns (Lampions oder LAternen) are on Nov.11th (or 10th, regional differs) it's St. Martins Tag


Well, we call him Santa Claus, and he has flying reindeer and elves that live at the North Pole and make all the toys; maybe a little different than Sankt Nikolaus in presentation......

my mother's of 100% German descent; father's Danish/German/Norwegian/a little Scotts Irish, so I'm pretty much teutonic.

Andoran

Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

'Sup, my man? :-)


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Well, we call him Santa Claus, and he has flying reindeer and elves that live at the North Pole and make all the toys; maybe a little different than Sankt Nikolaus in presentation......

my mother's of 100% German descent; father's Danish/German/Norwegian/a little Scotts Irish, so I'm pretty much teutonic.

Our Nikolaus comes from "the woods" (von drauß' vom walde komm ich her...) and brings small presents on Dec. 6th sometimes accompanied by Knecht Ruprecht who punishes bad children but he is almost gone and forgotten.

The Christmas presents are brought by the "Christkind" that's christ child, it's something like an angel


For the first time someone's actually hating and insulting me personally for my ideals and beliefs based solely on them disagreeing with what I've been saying.

...

I feel kind of honored. Is that normal? :D

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Howdy fellow FAWTLy Folk. Went to Target today for family/Christmas pictures. The boy would not smile the entire time we were getting the pics done. I think the lady taking the pictures was creeping him out. She definitely creeped me out.

Anyway, before and after the picture session, he was all smiles. So, now we're home and going to relax the rest of the day. Except for going to the cleaners later. And maybe CVS. And maybe washing some clothes.

Silver Crusade

Wolfthulhu wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
What article?

White Necromancer write up in KQ19 by Marc Radle.

I really didn't like it. It basically took a bunch of stuff that has always been considered evil in Pathfinder and declared "It's good, because a white necromancer is doing it." Then it made them spontaneous casters in utter defiance of their own backstory and cobbled together a bunch of random abilities that should have just been new spells.

That's my review in 3 sentences.

Yeah, 'good' necromancy makes no sense. Can Good characters dabble with such things, doing what they must under the most extreme circumstances? Sure. Can they commit their life to raising and controlling the dead and remain pure? Not so much. Don't care how you color it.

Then again, I also think all Drow are evil and there are a lot of cool races that just weren't meant to be used as PCs.

Maybe if they focused on spells to destroy undead, using the same arts that created them to put them to rest, I could buy it. But once I saw that the White Necromancer could animate dead and call it "good", it was all over.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Celestial Healer wrote:
But once I saw that the White Necromancer could animate dead and call it "good", it was all over.

Sooooo.....does that make me a bad zombie?

Shadow Lodge

Trinam wrote:

For the first time someone's actually hating and insulting me personally for my ideals and beliefs based solely on them disagreeing with what I've been saying.

...

I feel kind of honored. Is that normal? :D

Link or it didn't happen.

Andoran

Trinam wrote:

For the first time someone's actually hating and insulting me personally for my ideals and beliefs based solely on them disagreeing with what I've been saying.

...

I feel kind of honored. Is that normal? :D

That was kinda crazy. Wow.

Andoran

TOZ wrote:
Trinam wrote:

For the first time someone's actually hating and insulting me personally for my ideals and beliefs based solely on them disagreeing with what I've been saying.

...

I feel kind of honored. Is that normal? :D

Link or it didn't happen.

Last page of the AM BARBARIAN build thread.


TOZ wrote:
Trinam wrote:

For the first time someone's actually hating and insulting me personally for my ideals and beliefs based solely on them disagreeing with what I've been saying.

...

I feel kind of honored. Is that normal? :D

Link or it didn't happen.

Nice strawman. Hope you bring him against my flamethrower brigade.


TOZ wrote:
Trinam wrote:

For the first time someone's actually hating and insulting me personally for my ideals and beliefs based solely on them disagreeing with what I've been saying.

...

I feel kind of honored. Is that normal? :D

Link or it didn't happen.

In which some guy gets mad again.

What's the EXP on making a casty-player lose his mind? I might have hit 15th.


I'm desensitized to it all now, from the Pathfinder Online subforum.


houstonderek wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

'Sup, my man? :-)

Good to "see" you on the outside!

I pulled a 20 hour shift on Thanksgiving then got 3 hours of sleep, and I got laid off the day after. I came straight home and Diane had Laughing Lab waiting for me. I don't miss the 3.2% beer in Utah.

Silver Crusade

Bitter Thorn wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm off to Utah. I'll talk to you guys in about 8 weeks.

Y'all take care!

5,159 posts behind.

What did I miss?

'Sup, my man? :-)

Good to "see" you on the outside!

I pulled a 20 hour shift on Thanksgiving then got 3 hours of sleep, and I got laid off the day after. I came straight home and Diane had Laughing Lab waiting for me. I don't miss the 3.2% beer in Utah.

Are things going to be pretty quiet for you through the holidays, then? I'm sure you could use the leisure time, by the sounds of it.

Silver Crusade

Remember, all, to be careful about talking about other posters on FAWTL. It can have messy consequences. So far, there hasn't been much, but be careful going down that road.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Remember, all, to be careful about talking about other posters on FAWTL. It can have messy consequences. So far, there hasn't been much, but be careful going down that road.

Ahh, of course. My sincerest apologies. Nothing bad meant about the person in question... only that I'm not sure if I should be honored or not.

Silver Crusade

Trinam wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Remember, all, to be careful about talking about other posters on FAWTL. It can have messy consequences. So far, there hasn't been much, but be careful going down that road.
Ahh, of course. My sincerest apologies. Nothing bad meant about the person in question... only that I'm not sure if I should be honored or not.

No worries. It's just always safest to assume that anything on FAWTL is going to be read by everyone on the boards, because you just never know. Sometimes people come out of nowhere to troll this thread.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Trinam wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Remember, all, to be careful about talking about other posters on FAWTL. It can have messy consequences. So far, there hasn't been much, but be careful going down that road.
Ahh, of course. My sincerest apologies. Nothing bad meant about the person in question... only that I'm not sure if I should be honored or not.
No worries. It's just always safest to assume that anything on FAWTL is going to be read by everyone on the boards, because you just never know. Sometimes people come out of nowhere to troll this thread.

I certainly know that. Where'd you think I came from? :P


Trinam wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Trinam wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Remember, all, to be careful about talking about other posters on FAWTL. It can have messy consequences. So far, there hasn't been much, but be careful going down that road.
Ahh, of course. My sincerest apologies. Nothing bad meant about the person in question... only that I'm not sure if I should be honored or not.
No worries. It's just always safest to assume that anything on FAWTL is going to be read by everyone on the boards, because you just never know. Sometimes people come out of nowhere to troll this thread.
I certainly know that. Where'd you think I came from? :P

Brother???

I kid!

Qadira

Celestial Healer wrote:
aeglos wrote:

Hi everyone,

tomorrow Christmas time starts for us here in Germany with the 1.Advent

Do you celebrate the 4 Advent Sundays in America?
Do you put a Advent wreaths with 4 candles and light another one each sunday?
Do you have a bowl of Walnuts and Oranges on the table next to a figure nutcracker?
Do you handicraft Christmas Tree decoration? (Some of my fondest childhood memories is making straw-stars and gold-nuts with my mum)
Do you have special food only available at this time like Christstollen, Dominosteine, Lebkuchen (Gingerbread?), Spekulatius, Zimtsterne, Glühwein (Mulled wine)
Do you bake Christmas Cookies with your kids? (Spritzgebackene, Buttergebackene, Ochsenaugen, Kokosmakronen, Anistaler, Vanillekipferl, Beetmännchen)
Do you have an Advent calender counting the days till Christmas?
Do you have Christmas Pyramids? Schwibbögen? Rauchmännchen?
Krippenspiele? (Nativity plays)
Christmas Markets?

You don't do Nikolaus on the 6th, don't you?
And you do celebrate Christmas on the 25th instead of the 24th, right?

We did Advent wreaths and candles when I was growing up. It was a prominent feature in the Catholic church we attended. It may be denominational, though, and I've never seen it as part of a secular celebration.

I've seen people decorate with nutcrackers, but it's not considered a necessity.

Handmade Christmas Tree decorations are the best kind.

Gingerbread is big this time of year, and Christmas cookies. Now I want some. Mmmm. Cookies.

We had an Advent calendar growing up as well! And Nativity Plays! (Now you're taking me back, Aeglos.)

I've never known of a celebration on the 6th. But yes, Christmas is the 25th.

I agree with all the above. The Advent wreath is most exclusively in Church. Made the handmade ornaments as a youth. Have a couple of nutcrackers somewhere, they do not always make it out though. The wife will make several sugar cookies I am sure. I might get a couple. My ex parent in laws church will most assuredly have a Nativity play. Our church might do a very small one. I refuse to play any Christmas music until after Thanksgiving. Found out we have way more than I thought initially.

Qadira

Trinam wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Trinam wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Remember, all, to be careful about talking about other posters on FAWTL. It can have messy consequences. So far, there hasn't been much, but be careful going down that road.
Ahh, of course. My sincerest apologies. Nothing bad meant about the person in question... only that I'm not sure if I should be honored or not.
No worries. It's just always safest to assume that anything on FAWTL is going to be read by everyone on the boards, because you just never know. Sometimes people come out of nowhere to troll this thread.
I certainly know that. Where'd you think I came from? :P

...egocentricspasticepilepticbeaverwizards...?????


No, no, I did not come from those.

EDIT: Naked... something! I don't know what this would be! Naked coming? Naked those? Naked no? AGH I'M SO CONFLICTED!

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