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35 posts. Alias of Ambrosia Slaad.


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Sharoth wrote:

Be patient. Doctor Sleep (some spoilers) will be here in November.

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Gary Teter wrote:
Did the Braunschweiger betray me?

Du zhould alwayz expect treachery von zie braunschweiger. Ezpecially vhen du vould least expect it.

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NobodysHome wrote:
Day 3 in Scotland: NobodysHome is trying to convince Shiro of the convenience and practicality (and affordability) of a castle in Scotland.
Not a chance. That's waaaaay too practical for Shiro.
OK. What about building his own castle from scratch?
Or have one taken down, stone by stone, shipped to California, and rebuilt. That can't be too expensive, right?

I dunno, it's been done before.

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I think they forget their powers are much weaker outside the mirror dimension.

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Farael the Fallen wrote:
Fergie wrote:
Farael the Fallen wrote:
I am still mostly human,...
If you eat enough potatoes, you could probably get rid of that flaw.
Yes I will soon shed what is left of my humanity...


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Hmmm... fey potatoes with mesmerist levels...

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Remember, never look a potato directly in the eyes. They do not like that.

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Rysky wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Khelreddin wrote:
Haven't even downloaded the guide yet, but I can tell this is clearly going to be a weird one - the date of this blog entry is tomorrow!
...Is it? ;)
... okay so apparently the 'G' in G'Ninja stands for gaslighting.

Nah, in the previous module, the G'Ninja picked up the probability-altering Doul's possible rapier. When dipped in the twisted e-inkwell of Bas-F'Wes, the user can simultaneously scribe every possible description she could have made. Sometimes the e-ink flickers a bit between the infinite realities until it dries.

(What we should be really worried about is how effective the possible rapier is at cutting through purse strings.)

Yep, I'm seeing new avatars.

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Captain Yesterday, FaWtL 6 News wrote:


Passes out from excitement.

I can walk!

If it was like the ST:TOS show, Kirk would be hooking up with the fey-of-the-week and be spawning new half-fey & fey-touched beings all across the First World.

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Maneuvermoose wrote:

By the way, I have a question for any of Captain Yesterday's aliases:

What is your opinion on people arguing with themselves using different aliases?

Until you've tried it, you might not realize how therapeutic it is to just let the different facets of your personalities just free associate.

A cattywampus of gnomes

A _________ of catoblepases

Taylor Hubler wrote:
I guess my artifact level redundant rod of repeated redundencies got DQed. Oh well. It is a rod that comes in pairs and the number of rods that it comes with is two. Two is the number of rods that you get. These two rods do amazing things and the effects are awesome. So awesome are the effects that the things they do is amazing.

The costs of paper manufacturing for the forms to use just a pair of rods is enough to nearly bankrupt a small nation.

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Samy wrote:
It's a hard, hard life. #firstworldproblems

You ain't just whistling dixie, buster. #FirstWorldProblems

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Orthos wrote:
Wonder how long I can keep up this update rate.

"I just want to tell you both good luck. We're all counting on you."

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I wonder what "A Succubus In A Grapple"-themed SuperStah! challenges for each round would be like?

Mythic JMD031 wrote:
I blame Cosmo for my lack of sleep during my trip.

Were you driving at the time?

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Once you see through the Veil, the mystery unfolds itself, revealing...


{returns to licking blotter tabs of the ACG}

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Hmmm, young Tian adventurer finds a Control Metal (psicrystal), bonds with it... voilà! Bio Booster Armor Guyver (straight aegis or maybe aegis/soulknife/metaforge)

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John Kretzer wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
...And I blame Cosmo for all three. What did I do to you to deserve this?

Deserve got nothing to do with it.

I Blame Cosmo for the fact that some people won't get the movie the above is from.

Well, that's just unforgivable.

I blame Cosmo for that too.

Dwayne Dibbley wrote:
He's best buds with Dennis Rodman. It must be b/s.

{meanwhile... SCENE: Sterile laboratory, with Dennis Rodman strapped to a chair} Ah gut, Herr Rodman, you're avake. You've made remarkable progress with your smallarms and sniper training, and re-honed your dormant unarmed combat training. Today should also bist your final Ludovico Technique session.

{nods at long narrow suitcase leaning in corner} Yes, Operation: Basketball Diplomacy will soon be a success. You might think your codename, Manchurian Candidate, ill-chosen; I assure you, it could not be more apt.

But enouv mit dem chit-chat... time to go to work...

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Sara Marie wrote:

justin: ...Grassy Gnoll Adventure Path...

christopher: Better than the gassy gnoll.

My next gnomish pirate airship will be named the Gassy Gnoll. And in place of cannons, it will be armed with bonnacons! SKYCRIME!!!!!!

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Ah yes, our country's secret shame: the miniature-fluoridated-sharknado-in-a-glass gap.

Vypre wrote:
Wah-wah wa wah-wahwah wahhhhhhhh....

{Propaganda-Canceling Earplugs cancel out all the pro-Kender nonsense, reducing it to indecipherable Charlie Brown's teacher sounds

Vypre wrote:
...in fact they practically blow out a vein in their heads if you call them a thief or pickpocket.

Herr Vypre, I vmust thank you von zay truly wunderschön idea! {begins drawing up plans for Anti-Kender Sonic Embolism Weapon}

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President Anklebiter, we must not allow... a mine shaft gap!

Short answer: Unless you have a life-threatening reaction (very rare) to the vaccine, the flu shot does not make you sick. Long answer.

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Vic Wertz wrote:
Crystal: Who's got a chicken to ride?

Chicken to Ride was a little-known B-Side during the short phase when McCartney and Lennon were experimenting with snorting poultry seasoning.

Aberzombie wrote:
Owls can't move their eyes from side to side.
Slenderowl or Batowl?
meatrace wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Your foot and your forearm are the same length.

My forearm is about 3 in. longer than my foot.
{makes note that meatrace is at least a 3rd level sorcerer with the aberrant bloodline}
LazarX wrote:
John Hancock's signature was so large because he was 25 feet tall.

That's only because of Ben Franklin's gamma radiation experiments.

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Also, gnomes weigh 21 grams less than a similarly-sized halfling because of their absence of soul.

Corollary 1: Naturally ginger gnomes are one-in-a-billion rarities, as the divide-by-zero error causes them to implode their mother's wombs.

Corollary 2: Carrot Top is actually a spriggan.

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meatrace wrote:
Cliff Clavin wrote:
The Empire State Building is 31 stories tall.
Hey, uh, I think you're forgetting the whole "ground floor" and "13th floor" which aren't counted. I believe you'll find there are 33 floors or "levels". Just like Freemasonry!

He also forgot the Illuminati sub-basement. And really, how could he do that? It has it's own Orange Julius and Carvel's!

Mmmmm, Cookie Puss....

The Mad Badger is banned for shedding fur all over the Comfy Chair after we just had it cleaned.

Dances with Sneetches

{points at TriOmegaZero} Oooo, oooo! Over here, Minis Maniac... here's a extra tricksy gnome with the Tall template!

Dj-Bogie is banned because no one puts Gran in a comma.

Edit: Damn, now I have Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes stuck in my head.