The only thing that I might have a problem with is the pawns
I just want to make sure that the order will include the pawns.
Everything else looks fine and I appreciate your help.
Yes, Sara, the "old" one.
I've a physical and PDF copy of the current one, but (especially after reading Gods and Magic) I'm interested in seeing how the content of the campaign setting has changed from the "older" OGL material to the current, fully Pathfinder-ready material.
Thanks for any help you can provide (as well as your on-going efforts!).
Greetings Customer Service folks.
A while back I ordered a hard copy of a Pathfinder thingy from "email@example.com".
Alas, it never made it to me ("Estimated delivery: October 28, 2010 to November 16, 2010").
I can forward e-mails ... suffice it to say I think it was out of stock.
I just put something in my sidecart, and recalled reading this.
I'd *really* like this version. I need some help. :D
I hope I'm not taking you out of context by just quoting parts of what you've typed / said. If I am, call me out.
Communication is difficult, but it's still the only way to improve a bad situation.
Testify. All we can do is make the best of a "bad situation."
The world is a dangerous place.
Testify. It's a dangerous place, but here we are.
And it's a dangerous place, but there's beauty.
Anyone can be hit by a bus any day.
I totally hear you, testify.
If you walk out of a safe area, you may get hit by a bus. Even in a safe area, a meteor may fall on you. An earthquake might happen.
Solar flare. Super-nova.
You can take precautions, and most do, but once you let your fear intrude into even relatively normal situations, that is what your entire life will feel like.
Fear is the little death. We humans make stuff up about being afraid, but I suspect like most games we humans play ... we're either having a blast or working through our own personal difficulties.
Limiting normal behaviour because you want to feel respected won't improve anything.
Testify. I think if you are looking outside yourself to "feel respected" there's already "trouble."
Much less room for improvement ("Normal" can always be nudged towards "better-than-average," right?).
Feel free to flame me for saying it.
Naw, I'm good.
Umbral Reaver wrote:
I can't find the link for it, but a while ago a tablet was unearthed in the Middle East, dating from Babylonian times. It described a father's woe at his children and others of the new generation being so useless that he feared civilisation itself would end.
I can't find a decent link either Umbral, but honestly I'm not sure how much ancient Assyrian content's been properly re-purposed for the intarwebz.
Tough times in Babylon the past few years. Everything old is new again. :(
But I recalled reading something similar (here's a link). I was more struck the first time I read it that the author was not just decrying the behavior of youth ... he was also complaining that everyone wanted to write a book. :D
Roberta Yang wrote:
The best way to draw kids into a hobby is to rant angrily about how much kids these days suck and things were so much better back in my day. I can't imagine why my general strategy of waving a cane angrily at any child with a gameboy who passes by hasn't made them realize how much better I am than them and how they should really play my game.
As much as I smiled reading this thread up until this point, I laughed aloud here reading your post.
I'm glad I read this rant, because I got to see your post. I fav'd it, but that doesn't do it justice.