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Rare Dragon mags? Spelljammer?

Oooo,... I need to check out Monkey's stuff he's selling!

<No! No you dont! You need more stuff like you need ANOTHER hole in your head!>

But,... But,... Spelljammer!

<NO! Bad Wizard! Put. The Debit Card. Down.>

Awww,... :(


Patrick Curtin wrote:
85 in mid October. I guess this is the South after all

Here in central Arkansas yesterday and today it's actually felt like an October should. However, by Friday we're supposed to be back in the high 80s again.

Lousiest Autumn Ever.


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Not my idea of August. However! to continue with my cake/HP Lovecraftian kick!

Outside the ordered universe is that amorphous cake of nethermost confusion which blasphemes and bubbles at the center of all infinity—the boundless cake, whose name no lips dare speak aloud, and who has been gnawed hungrily in inconceivable, unlighted chambers beyond time and space amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin monotonous whine of accursed flutes.


It as 86 here in Savannah, GA. A nice and cool day today.


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Storyteller Shadow wrote:
oooohhh. Older Dragon mags, whatcha got?

#11, 25, 27, 31

For really old.

Everything past #45 as well. That's when I started subscribing.

$25/per on the old

The 45 and above I have to check on condition. I read the hell out of some of those guys. They're all bagged and boarded.


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Ragadolf wrote:

Rare Dragon mags? Spelljammer?

Oooo,... I need to check out Monkey's stuff he's selling!

<No! No you dont! You need more stuff like you need ANOTHER hole in your head!>

But,... But,... Spelljammer!

<NO! Bad Wizard! Put. The Debit Card. Down.>

Awww,... :(

Did I mention the 3.5 Ravenloft collection?


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:

Rare Dragon mags? Spelljammer?

Oooo,... I need to check out Monkey's stuff he's selling!

<No! No you dont! You need more stuff like you need ANOTHER hole in your head!>

But,... But,... Spelljammer!

<NO! Bad Wizard! Put. The Debit Card. Down.>

Awww,... :(

Did I mention the 3.5 Ravenloft collection?

OK, While that IS cool, Ravenloft was just never my thing.

As a youngster I never understood the appeal of the horror/slasher films either.
(Who am I kidding, I still dont get it!) :/

SPELLJAMMER, on the other hand,... <Wipes drool from beard>

;)


Thomas Seitz wrote:

Not my idea of August. However! to continue with my cake/HP Lovecraftian kick!

Outside the ordered universe is that amorphous cake of nethermost confusion which blasphemes and bubbles at the center of all infinity—the boundless cake, whose name no lips dare speak aloud, and who has been gnawed hungrily in inconceivable, unlighted chambers beyond time and space amidst the muffled, maddening beating of vile drums and the thin monotonous whine of accursed flutes.

Yeah,.... ok, look TS,...

Aged Wizard is on a no-carb/KETO diet kick. And is a borderline diabetic to boot.
So to me, even normal cake is evil!
This Lovecraft cake just gives me the heebie jeebies!

Now, if it a FUDGE lovecraft cake, I might have to reconsider,... ;P


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In stranger aeons, even cake may pie


H. P. Hatesmash wrote:
In stranger aeons, even cake may pie

O_o

<Silence. Blank Stare. Explodey noise.>

Mind. Blown.


Okay even I admit that's pretty creepy. ;)

Also I don't see lovecraftian cakes as evil. Just decorative that might cause you to die from fright. ;)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Storyteller Shadow wrote:
oooohhh. Older Dragon mags, whatcha got?

#11, 25, 27, 31

For really old.

Everything past #45 as well. That's when I started subscribing.

$25/per on the old

The 45 and above I have to check on condition. I read the hell out of some of those guys. They're all bagged and boarded.

I'll look at my collection and get back to you :-)


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H. P. Hatesmash wrote:
In stranger aeons, even cake may pie

Heh, the Strange Aeons campaign I am running has been giving my PCs the feel of the movie the "Thing". Fun, fun, fun!


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*sighs* I wish *I* was running Strange Aeons. I totally would be using Call of Ktulu right now...along with cake shaped like Hastur. ;)


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H. P. Hatesmash wrote:
In stranger aeons, even cake may pie
Heh, the Strange Aeons campaign I am running has been giving my PCs the feel of the movie the "Thing". Fun, fun, fun!

With the shenanigans my players get up to, my version of The Thing would likely end up like this


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Storyteller Shadow wrote:
H. P. Hatesmash wrote:
In stranger aeons, even cake may pie
Heh, the Strange Aeons campaign I am running has been giving my PCs the feel of the movie the "Thing". Fun, fun, fun!
With the shenanigans my players get up to, my version of The Thing would likely end up like this

awesome.

Love the thing. Provided the inspiration for the art for formori in werewolf.


Adulting for today: paid the bills so I am up to date with most bills. There is still ~400 zloty I need to pay to home administration because of heating costs for the last winter being higher than expected, but it can be spread across multiple months (I paid 200 this month out of the initial 600-something-something).


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The Book of Cake, that strangest and rarest of occult forgotten baked goods ... is said to have come down through a series of manifold ovens from a prehistoric original baked in the lost ovens of Hyperborea.

I'm running out of good quotes for cake and Lovecraftian horror. :p ;)


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I still await my first electric bill with dread. The central air is included. Not knowing the usual amount is scaring me


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Incidentally, my personalized state license plate on my vehicle says "GR8OLD1". My son got it for me for Christmas.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
I still await my first electric bill with dread. The central air is included. Not knowing the usual amount is scaring me

Yeah, the trepidation about a new place, a new city with different utilities would drive me crazy. Fortunately I've lived where I am for many years now and my all my utilities (including internet and cable (if I had that) are city owned, and much cheaper than most of Arkansas. The only thing I don't have on that bill is my gas for heating, which is levelized, so it rarely varies from about $30 month. (I have no idea why it put a bar across the zero. It only does it ont he Pathfinder forums).


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I'd fear my electric bill...if I wasn't living with my mom. :p ;)

Also!

The world is indeed full of cake humor, but the joke is on mankind.


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Storyteller Shadow wrote:
H. P. Hatesmash wrote:
In stranger aeons, even cake may pie
Heh, the Strange Aeons campaign I am running has been giving my PCs the feel of the movie the "Thing". Fun, fun, fun!
With the shenanigans my players get up to, my version of The Thing would likely end up like this

*hearts for eyes*


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Took a drive to the Shenandoah National Forest. Pretty cool place


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An important bridge here in Pittsburgh was re-opened last night. The old span was falling apart, so it was torn down. It took two years to tear down and rebuild the span.


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Yesterday I was on gaming convention and GMed a game for the first time since forever.


John Napier 698 wrote:
An important bridge here in Pittsburgh was re-opened last night. The old span was falling apart, so it was torn down. It took two years to tear down and rebuild the span.

A couple of years back they were building a new bridge across the river from North Little Rock to Little Rock because the old one had become structurally unsound. When they set off the detonations, nothing happen. It didn't even wiggle. They had to have tugs come in and pull it down.


Concrete was falling and hitting cars on a major highway that were passing beneath.


Drejk wrote:
Yesterday I was on gaming convention and GMed a game for the first time since forever.

How did it go?


John Napier 698 wrote:
Concrete was falling and hitting cars on a major highway that were passing beneath.

Yikes!


Gorgoneia, a powerful monster inspired by early depiction of medusas gorgons.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Yesterday I was on gaming convention and GMed a game for the first time since forever.
How did it go?

I only went a bit beyond the time limit allocated for my session. I rarely manage to finish single adventure in a session, it always bloats, extends, and lasts forever. In fact the previous time I GMed the same story, the party reached maybe half the story before we had to finish, and they never managed to assemble again in required composition since the late 2014...

Drowned past

Another reason it was atypical for my sessions - I only knew two out of four players present. I almost invariably GM for people I know and prepare for instead of randomly assembled parties.


I wish I was running some games....


Thomas Seitz wrote:
I wish I was running some games....

Are you in a place where players are scarce and hard to find?


Kind yes. Morgantown, WV isn't known for plethora of gaming...


Oh. No colleges or game shops within a short drive?


Game shops and I live in a college town. Sadly it's a very disjointed thing here in Morgantown...


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And, it's a bit too far to drive to Pittsburgh, just for gaming.


Tell me about it! I used to go to GASP game days for a while. But that's just not always worth it.


I would have went yesterday, but I had a Tekko meeting that I had to attend that took up half the day. Not sure if I'll go next month, as it's the twentieth anniversary of the suicide of one of my brothers. So, I'll leave it to my friends here to decide if I should go. A simple yes or no will do.


I can't help you with that John but I can say I'm sorry about your brother.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
I can't help you with that John but I can say I'm sorry about your brother.

I echo Thomas' sentiments about your brother, but I suggest you go. You're not dishonoring his memory by going and doing something you enjoy. He still lives in your heart. At least that's how I see it.


Thomas Seitz wrote:
Game shops and I live in a college town. Sadly it's a very disjointed thing here in Morgantown...

That's too bad. I hate that you can't find a group in a place that should be a good environment for gaming.


Cal,

I have a group on Sundays...just they aren't interested in letting me run. (That and the GM is already starting the middle of Giantslayer.)


Oh, I see. I'm in the opposite place. I'm the GM ALL the time except for about 3, maybe 4 times a year when one of my group gets the urge to run a one off Call of Cthulhu d20/Vampire: The Masquerade mashup. It's fun, but it's not enough. I want to be a player in a game pretty badly. But my anxiety issues keep me from going to one of the FLGS' in and around my home town to try and join something. Plus I can't trust my dogs to be alone for very long before the start destroying stuff... lol. If someone in my group would run PF I'd be in at least 6 of the 7 heavens.


I'd love to help you Cal, but I doubt I'm close by.


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Yeah, central Arkansas is a bit of a stretch even for avid gamers.. lol. But thanks for the thought!


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Why is it that I always end up working for crazy people?


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David M Mallon wrote:
Why is it that I always end up working for crazy people?

Hey, at least you don't know any other crazy people.


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Sharoth wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Why is it that I always end up working for crazy people?
Hey, at least you don't know any other crazy people.

I am just glad that I am such a calm and sane person.

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