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26 posts. Alias of Ambrosia Slaad.


Baristassassins are over-rated. How competent can they be if they can't even correctly write down the name of their target?

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Just a Mort wrote:
Drejk wrote:

I also have unwashed dishes and a pot from the last year...

I should probably wash them...

That's horrifying! *runs away at the sight of the stains*

There's probably a million bacteria colonies growing on them now!

Drejk, have you convinced the bacteria to generate power for you via goobleboxes/flooblecranks?

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Freehold DM wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
How to make a knife from dried pasta
At least the pasta knife takes some doing. The guy at the next table in the Spaghetti Factory won't suddenly fashion a rigatoni shiv and cut everyone to bits.
Unless he's a hung over Freehold. Then all bets are off.
should i be so drunk I eat the knife and defend myself with the pasta, now I have options.

It sounds like something a manga villain or noir antagonist would do. Smuggles in the pre-made pasta knife(knives) past the metal detectors and x-ray scanners, stabbity-stab assassinates the target, then boils the evidence and eats it with some Sunday sauce.

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MageHunter wrote:

He makes for a good central value.

How many Tacticslions is Tacticslions though?

The galactic currency, blemflarcks, remains steady at 1 Tacticslion = 1 Tacticslion. (Just keep Rick Sanchez out of the computerized currency system.)

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Freehold DM wrote:
Freehold and Nobody! Its like an awesome comic strip!

Freehold and Nobody makes me think of Summer and Tinkles.

The Shifty Mongoose wrote:

"Eox is NOT powered by zombies on a treadmill!"

Even though it's widely known that Eox had long since converted to more easily miniaturized hybrid generators (though they couldn't readily adapt to Permanent Gust of Windmills), this insistent denial has reached memetic status within the Pact Worlds.

It's gotten to the point where even some contemplatives' response to ship delays is, "I WON'T do laps in your power core!"

That just sounds like slavery with extra steps.

Cops repeatedly firehosed customers swarming Cruz attempting to touch his glistening, baby-soft skin


I wonder if fidget spinners and gadgets would be popular with shirren?

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Ventnor wrote:
I wonder is there are seedy option dens in Shirren settlements where choice-addicted shirren go to do things like make role playing game characters or build LEGOs.

Or shirren that seek out professional "doms", not as a sex thing, but for brief respites from the pressures of having to make their own decisions and choices.

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Silver Scarab wrote:
Whats with the bug leg tied to his belt tho?

Keskodai casts sun metal on it and then thumps enemy combatants, thus giving them... the hot foot.

{more telepathic groaning}

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Slothsy wrote:

I so want Keskodai to constantly tell (terrible, groan-worthy) dad jokes to little Chk Chk.

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I wonder how long it'll be before we see the solarion backverted for Pathfinder use?

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Gleaming Terrier wrote:

Shirren Tinder must be the complete opposite of human dating.

*Swipe left, right, right, left, left, right*
Hey, you've got a match!
No, I'm good. *Lights a cigarette*

↑ ↑ ↓ ↓ ← → ← → B A

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Odraude wrote:
I like the race a lot. My only real nitpick is that I am kind of disappointed that they dont retain full use of their fifth and sixth appendages.

Nah, they're for more important things, like communication. "Hey baby, how you doin'?"

Rosgakori wrote:
I'm totally gonna make a Shirren assassin. "I just love killing!"

"Oh boy, here I go killing again!"

Oh, boy! Here I go killing again!

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Cap'n Siskel, FaWtLy Critic wrote:

Wraithgar & Twig should be a buddy cop barbarian show.

Just saying. :-)

Like Sledgehammer, except with barbarians. :-)

I thought Wraithgar was a transforming android voiced by Eric Idle?

Blayde MacRonan wrote:
mourge40k wrote:
I would kill for a Season 3 of Young Justice.

Watch Season 2 on Netflix... the more views it gets, the greater the likelihood of Season 3 appearing there.

No killing necessary.

Oh boy, killing is now necessary: Season 3 is a go!

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Or a theme park. Pirates of the Pancreas is overrated. There, I said it.

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Dale McCoy Jr wrote:
Yea, outsiders are still around. They may change, but they will still be around. It will be funny to see an ice devil with an AK-47.

It'll be interesting so see what new weapon forms raktavarna take in Starfinder.*

(* I mean Paizo wouldn't probably get to it until years down the road, but maybe some nimble trailbrazing 3PP might do so sooner.:))

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Tacticslion wrote:
Did either have scantily (less) clad women in it? That could explain it!

There's probably a face-swap mod for the game, so he's modded the enemies' faces with JPGs of ABrown, Whedon, or any number of American voiceover artists who dub anime.

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JoelF847 wrote:
Kuthites would want slaves to torture and inflict pain on just 'cause, even when they make it to the stars.

I've even heard of one professor using it as a cloaking device to hide from his otherdimensional selves.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Actually i was thinking Ice-T, but that works

Can we have a scifi buddy movie with that Ice-T and this one? (Possible Rick & Morty spoilers)

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Nutcase Entertainment wrote:
Kryssa Lightbinder wrote:
Shatner. William Shatner.
Present one, or the 1960s one?

You've got to bring your ship into stardock on a regular basis so a professional can clean the Shatners off your hull. They're worse than space barnacles.

Gary Teter wrote:
What if the sun was sentient?


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Pulg wrote:
Quite right. If I have to apply the Half GoatToucher template to one more monster, I swear I'll scream.
However, you did sign that contract. Now grab that turkey baster and get back to work!

Hey, Pulgy, a little tip. {belches} Don't clean DNA vials with your spit!

Liz Courts wrote:
Wait, I thought Red Raven was a bad ass TransAm?

Interesting. I eagerly await the write-up of the automorphosis vigilante ability.