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Treppa wrote:

There's something to be said for Denver, too.

I unexpectedly love the high plains and front range. It's so dry here that mold isn't a problem. Insects are few and far between. It's always cool at night. There aren't any hideous storms like there were in southwest Illinois (they were much worse there than across the river in St. Louis).

that sounds nice.....


Indeed, I could walk around naked without a problem in those conditions.


Of course, it's cool in the shade and UV-heavy in the sunlight, so a layer of sunscreen might be good. :P

Silver Crusade

Freehold DM wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Also, only a handful of people have looked at the Paladins for my homebrew. Please examine them. I promise it won't turn into an alignment/paladin debate.
I could play that.
Thank you. That means alot to me.

I have never played a paladin but with the whole no alignment thing it would be kinda kewl

Silver Crusade

It is a glorious day when it's a half day at work. Good Friday Indeed!

Silver Crusade

Although I may be converting to Bonchon soon.


Got to warch the local football team play their league opener in Division 4 North Västergötland (6th tier on the Swedish football pyramid) on the neighbourhood plasti-pitch (lots of rain lately).

A stable 2-0 victory against IFK Hjo (which the English speakers would spell "Yo" ) has me in a fine mood while frying bacon and mushrooms for dinner.


Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Also, only a handful of people have looked at the Paladins for my homebrew. Please examine them. I promise it won't turn into an alignment/paladin debate.
I could play that.
Thank you. That means alot to me.
I have never played a paladin but with the whole no alignment thing it would be kinda kewl

Well, it's not really NO alignment as much as the individual player chooses what the paladin in question has a "problem" with and what they idealize or hold up as sacred or important. I was very much inspired by OWOD Hunter: The Reckoning with respect to each person who "gets the call" is an individual first and foremost and might be very different from someone else who got the same "call". I wanted there to be more opportunity to be a different kind of zealot than just lawful good- which on at least one occasion for me, lead to a serious fight in game(mild debate out of game) as to which aspect a paladin was "supposed" to hold dear.

Silver Crusade

When I said no alignment thing, I meant not resticted to LG. I could see myself playing a CG or N divine hunter type.


Cool beans, man.


Im off today, I guess everyone else isnt.

Shadow Lodge

I'm off every day.


God night mode in this browser is beautiful. ...


Even the background is lovely.


I..I think I'm keeping this browser in night mode from now on, folks.


Fish for dinner tonight.


*sigh* waiting an army out in rome total war....Should have attacked them before they got to my settlement, but...Oh well.

Silver Crusade

So for easter, I am doing a wine tasting excursion manana and then a sunday brunch.

Silver Crusade

I know nothing about wine except that i like it.

Silver Crusade

Should I swirl the wine in the glass, sniff it and make some comment like "absurd yet flaccid"


Only if you want a column in Wine Lovers' Digest.


A novice once won a wine tasting contest by describing the taste of one white wine as 'opening a yellow umbrella in a warm summer rain'.

Wine is not the first thing that image brings to my mind, but then I'm a nasty person.

Silver Crusade

Review; the 2006 cabernet was quite absurd yet had a flaccid quality to it reminds me of 3 buck chuck(trader joe's reference)


Treppa wrote:

A novice once won a wine tasting contest by describing the taste of one white wine as 'opening a yellow umbrella in a warm summer rain'.

Wine is not the first thing that image brings to my mind, but then I'm a nasty person.

Oh Yeah baby


Though I guess with a red wine, it would be a purple rain.


I truly love trader joe's box-o-wine. I may get some for easter this sunday. Hell, I may get the red and the white.

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