...I didn't do nearly as much as I wanted because:
1) I spent too much time at work (Yay! I guess, overtime).
B) Had too many incidental expenses come up which drained our funds (so much for overtime).
4) My three year old doesn't weather well on car rides over an hour (hard to drive with all that screaming).
&) Timing and the weather (Did you know you can still get sunburned when its cloudy?).
However, my Kingmaker campaign will finally be ending after 3 years. Its been a fun ride.
18. Clearly orcs just like to rough house more than the other races.
19. Clearly sinspawn are simply trying to display what happens when you don't give up your vices.
20. Clearly bubears are simply overly aggressive teddy bears in need of a hug.
21. Clearly medusae just need a decent hair stylist and contact lenses.
22. Clearly dopplegangers simply need to find themselves, and assuming the identities of other people help them do that.
My Friday night group is still slogging their way through book five. They are so close to the end, but I refuse to steer or suggest them towards it. If only they would better prepare themselves...
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Maybe as a pilot, her call sign was "Marvel"
I would definitely take the offer, no question.
Once I became bored with immortality (which would probably take me a while), I would then turn to using my powers and devote myself to improving the human condition.
At least, that's what I think I would do with my current mindset. Who knows how I'd feel in a hundred years time? Or even a thousand.
I hate noon Twins games because people flood the skyways and its hard getting around here at work. Although, it's a little bittersweet since the window in my row looks over Target Field!
I like that they are playing the Phillies, because since its an away game for the Phils, my commute home will be less aggravating.
WE FOUND OUR KINGMAKER NOTES AND HAVE ALL PERMISSION WE NEED TO CONTINUE. IT'S ON, BABY~!
My Friday night group may be finishing Book 5 this month. This week's session will be very poignant.
They've managed to...:...so this week's session may be one of the most spectacular combat's of the campaign, or a horribly devastating TPK.
worm their way into Irovetti's palace, chock full of soldiers, trolls, his bodyguard, his general, and the were-tiger bandit leader
I only ever recall one shot of Juggernaut in street clothes - the issue when he was attacked by Nimrod. Were there others? I always thought it would make more sense than having him in costume all the time.
Check post #14 Uncanny X-Men #183
I've come to prefer GMing over the years, and I enjoy prepping and the anticipation of seeing how the player's react to what I have created. Of course, about 70% of the time, they make decisions that bypass what I've prepped, so it hardly ever comes out as planned.
That being said, I'm involved in three different groups (two I GM, one I play), and I look forward to two every week (and the third once a month) with great anticipation, and am always disappointed when they are cancelled.
In my experience, it depends on the dungeon setting. Some places are written conducive towards being able to take a break and rest from exploring, others not so much.
There are a variety of factors: age of the place, the number and specifics of the dungeon's population, how active said denizens are, if there, territorial, etc. I'm sure that I could find others.
For instance, I've been running the Kingamker AP for some time now. There are a few dungeon crawls in it. Some they could rest in, others they either couldn't, or didn't need to. Its usually pretty obvious by what you encounter in the first few rooms if you are going to be bothered or not by trying to rest (and knowing your GM well enough).
Darn, I deleted, but wasn't fast enough.
Suffice it to say, its all subjective. One man's meat is another man's poison, as I've heard Bugs Bunny say more than once.
I stopped having the "what's better" arguments a long time ago about movies/music/TV shows.
You like what you like, and no two people's tastes are going to be exactly the same. No one should have to excuse themselves or apologize for it.
If anything, it can be fun to watch people get goofy over something, while you can just smile enigmatically.
For instance, I enjoyed the Green Lantern movie. I smile when people get upset over that fact. They will never know...