Wow, this is a sad day. The chat got me through losing my job back in 2009. I will miss it as a steady place.
I've still got the Slack channel running. It does require a signup ... but that does tend to weed out the spambots (anyone that's been here long enough knows what I'm talking about).
That's the signup link. I try to keep things pleasant, but I've yet to have to kick anyone from it and I hope to keep it that way.
DMTools Slack is the link if you've already got an account.
I will work to get the steps lessened, I think I can get a signup redirect setup for the login for those that do not have an account.
Actually since it's a license they can have a lot of control over Obsidian's business decisions. Other examples of such would be EA not allowing the Dragon Age RPG to have a Hero Lab module made or LucasFilm not allowing PDFs of Star Wars RPGs (at least for PDFs of the printed products).
I've worked for Steve for four years. Steve allowing me to work on a Rite project for Hero Lab that became my graduation internship. Which lead to many releases from Rite for Hero Lab.
Steve was always there for me, whether I was having trouble with something for Hero Lab or even my personal issues over the years. When there were problems, he wanted me to know first. E-mail wasn't enough, he called me on more than one occasion to explain things that weren't working right.
Steve helped usher in many changes in my life. I am a better man for having known him and worked with him. Out of all the years my only regret was never being able to meet him in person.
Rite was just getting ready to make the move into Hero Lab and 5e to be the first 3PP in that spot. I'll be sad not to be able to user that in.
Steve I miss you already. And will miss you for many years to come.
Umm, no, I just checked, art for those three aren't(I don't recognize gathlain or kasatha mugshots either, but kasatha to me understanding have art in more books than those two and I'd imagine there is a lot of fey art) from B4 or ARG, but I have hard time believing that they would have made new mugshots for those ones ._.; But I guess they have to be new since I have no clue where else they could be from.
Whoops, sorry I misread. I thought you meant where were the races from.
Honestly episode 3 is the worst of all the movies and the one I've watched a whole 4 times over the years (2x in theater, 1 on DVD, 1 on BD) and unless I watch the Rift Trax won't ever watch again. Horrible Horrible story and acting.
I'm probably a heretic but I like MOST of the BD versions of the movie (except the Anakin ghost at the end of Jedi).
Vic Wertz wrote:
Big Finish will continue to offer their own subs as well. (They do their subs a bit differently—you subscribe for a full AP for a fixed price, meaning no matter when you start, it begins with #1 and ends with #6.)
They also have digital only subs, which is what I prefer for this as I just don't have a place to keep CDs anymore.
Speaking of Wil and RPGs, both he and Will Friedle will be guest-playing on Critical Role tonight over on the Geek and Sundry Twitch channel.
Nice, I'm way behind on Critical Role, but I'll get to see it eventually. Since it takes me 2-3 days to watch an episode and I'm somewhere around 6 ... yeah
Meh, I think it's more of a big deal that Jimmy isn't a complete dork, rather than the fact that he's black.
I can tolerate the change, but my dad is a bigger comic grognard than I. He won't really even watch the Marvel stuff because of Sam Jackson as Nick Fury. And the Superman franchise being his favorite ... well I'll be hearing a lot about it for a while.
Well I should say if you order the Hard Copies from GR and pick up the $5 PDFs you get the PDF immediately.