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[ooc ][b ]Round , Init[/b] AC 15, HP 11/11 Buffs: [/ooc] Rogue (Scout/Swashbuckler) 1 (HP 11/11 AC 15, T 13, Flat 12 - F+2 R+5 W+0 Init +3; Senses: Low-Light Vision (X2), Per +6

Disable Device: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (4) + 7 = 11
Disable Device: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (9) + 7 = 16
Disable Device: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (11) + 7 = 18
Disable Device: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (17) + 7 = 24

”I’m fairly proficient with locks and the such.” Tahlumilali says as he pulls a few thin pieces of metal from his pouch.


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[ooc ][b ]Round , Init[/b] AC 15, HP 11/11 Buffs: [/ooc] Rogue (Scout/Swashbuckler) 1 (HP 11/11 AC 15, T 13, Flat 12 - F+2 R+5 W+0 Init +3; Senses: Low-Light Vision (X2), Per +6

Thalumilali clicks his tongue in annoyance as the last of the little demons runs out of sight he knows better than trying to follow on thew rotted wood so he reslings his bow and sheaths his sword and follows Manuun down the ladder.

"I swear I'm going to have one of these things skinned and turned into a rug and I'm going to make sure my boots are extra dirty when I wipe them off."

I'll also head towards A4


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[ooc ][b ]Round , Init[/b] AC 15, HP 11/11 Buffs: [/ooc] Rogue (Scout/Swashbuckler) 1 (HP 11/11 AC 15, T 13, Flat 12 - F+2 R+5 W+0 Init +3; Senses: Low-Light Vision (X2), Per +6

Technically for me I’ve been here for all my life it’s my grandmother that is from Spain but Cyra lived there for a while when she was little learned Spanish first and then went back and forth to visit family.


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[ooc ][b ]Round , Init[/b] AC 15, HP 11/11 Buffs: [/ooc] Rogue (Scout/Swashbuckler) 1 (HP 11/11 AC 15, T 13, Flat 12 - F+2 R+5 W+0 Init +3; Senses: Low-Light Vision (X2), Per +6

Just got home we’ll post.


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I finally get an Xbox1 SO I CAN PLAYS!!!!!


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I’m in.


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We are good I guess....just a little rain seems it's dropped to a tropical storm. Take that Irma!!


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We are in the Panama City area so we'll see what happens. But prayers and thoughts wouldn't hurt for me and Cyra.


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Favorite part:
How do you answer to these charges......Lord Baelish.


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My wife and me are very very interested.

4d6 ⇒ (5, 6, 3, 3) = 17 14
4d6 ⇒ (5, 4, 5, 2) = 16 14
4d6 ⇒ (5, 6, 5, 3) = 19 17
4d6 ⇒ (2, 2, 1, 1) = 6 5
4d6 ⇒ (2, 2, 1, 6) = 11 10
4d6 ⇒ (1, 5, 1, 5) = 12 11

If it wasn't for that 5....

So 20 point

Str 14
Dex 18
Con 14
Int 12
Wis 10
Cha 8

Human Unchained Rogue I'm assuming no chromatic dragons. So probably silver.


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Steve Geddes wrote:
Katina Latrina?

Did they change it to Latrina? Cause I heard it used to be something else.


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Oceanshieldwolf wrote:

Also: please forgive me for

A: leaving out Jonathan Trotter from both the authors and artists lists in the product description (and likely the credits in the fanzine itself) and

B: incorrectly spelling Jonathan's name "Johnathan". He even corrected me from "Johnathon" via email. Apologies Jonathan, and thanks for Havoc's Tavern!

Also apologies to Mike McKeown, whose Derro ooze-caster NPC skulked away into my morass of emails and neglected to appear in this issue. We will see Alkarres in issue 2, never fear!

It's cool :)


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Chek this.

It's got work by both Cyra and myself.


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DM Corerue wrote:

Mai and Livain

At Mai's question she nods and brings a claw out to draw a rough map, indicating roughly where you were and the direction you'd have to go in order to get to the City of Steam. "We would follow the sun where it rises, taking a few days and heading near the frozen steppes at the upper part of the deadlands. The place of steam is backed by a great lake and it is there are kind is kept. Many toil beneath the earth, others are but playthings for the rulers of that city."

She draws what could only be a wall, fortifications and other indicators that the city itself was densely defended. "The city of steam produces weapons, weapons it uses against other cities. They are cruel, often breaking their own kind and destroying that which others create. They are warlike, can only be..." Her teeth were showing as she looked down at her crude map before crushing it under her fist. "... Crushed. It is all they know. Break them, free our people, destroy those who try to stop us."

"When do we head out?"


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Alex Martin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Fort Save: 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (3) + 5 = 8 hurls
Are you telling me that you don't like Nathan Fillon; or the notion that Hal Jordan might be improved as a character by good voice acting?

He was in firefly which is Whedon which makes everything he is involved in bad even if it's only slightly. Pretty sure freehold would cut off his hand if Whedon accidentally touched it.


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Misroi wrote:

Actually, I thought they did a better job of making Tony's decisions much truer to the character in the film. Tony's character is "I'm the smartest guy in the room, so all of my beliefs are right." That's still on display here, but he gets a much worse portrayal in the comics than in the film.

** spoiler omitted **

So, yeah, that's not good, but at least the motivation makes sense. Let's look at how the comic portrays...

Spoiler:
He didn't know Bucky was the assassin all he knew was Hydra killed Tony's parents. When Tony asks Steve he even says he didn't know Bucky did it but he knew they were murdered not killed in an accident.

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Stats: HP 33/33; AC 21, touch 17, Flat Footed 13; CMD 20; Fort +5, Reflex +7, Will +2; Perception +7; Initiative +4;
Ethyra di Angelo wrote:
Jaeger di Angelo wrote:
I've decided that Cyra is the fish whisperer. Three Spanish mackerel to my zero....
Oh if only my abilities extended on over to money instead of just fish, we would be all set! But I'll take what I can get...

Money shmoney, I have a sexy gothic gothic gamer geek wife. Who also loves to go fishing and outdoors with me. Others may think they have the perfect wife, but they're wrong cause I do. does the happy dance


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Only 5% of people own Apple products?


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

Why Shark Tracker?

Because

I'd love to get into catch and release tagging of sharks. There's a local guy here who caught a hammerhead tagged it and exactly a year later caught the same one again.


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Cap'n Yesterdays Winter Revenge wrote:
Could you try to redirect this to Orthos or Tacticslion and Thegreenbucketgamer, we no longer have need for it, and I'd hate for them to... miss out.

Hey I'm pretty sure you sent it to us yesterday it just came down as rain.


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Stats: HP 33/33; AC 21, touch 17, Flat Footed 13; CMD 20; Fort +5, Reflex +7, Will +2; Perception +7; Initiative +4;

I've decided that Cyra is the fish whisperer. Three Spanish mackerel to my zero....


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Haven't seen it yet

How can you say it's a movie you internalize when you just said you have to completely ignore any and all character motivations to enjoy the movie?


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Tacticslion wrote:
Aranna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Holy s*@~, a daddy longlegs just took out a snake more than 1000 times it's size
Nice job spider! All my daddy long legs spiders ever caught were pavement ants... Now my spiders seem like under achievers.

For the record, there are about three creatures and a plant by that name - I think the ones we have in the U.S. is the opiliones - aka "the arachnid, but not spider" kind of things.

I'm on my phone right now, but I know in NC and GA they were clearly not spiders.

Just so we're all on the same biology page.

Yea that photo you can see the distinct two section body spiders have which I believe the "daddy long leg" we have here lacks.

@CY: Your welcome :)


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I wish I could partake in get fallout 4 but I have to be a responsible adult and can't purchase any new systems or a good enough computer.


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Hmm how would it handle fallout 4 I'm checking the specs but unfortunately I'm way behind on my info.


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Bloodrager (HP 40/40 AC 17, T 13, Flat 14 F+6R+4 W+1 Init +3 Per +7

I still wonder if Kage Ryuu didn't send Jia Hua just to play both sides of the field, ninja are tricky like that. I think sending to King Huang would probably be our best bet.


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Tels wrote:

[Edit] Does anyone else feel this way? Or am I the only one?

>:)

No. No you are the only one, in existence to have ever done/thought/felt that. In fact, it's never even been remotely conceived of. Congratulations on being a pioneer. You are the first person, out of all the hundreds of billions of people who have lived through out the thousands of years of our existence to have done/thought/felt that. You are just the greatest special snowflake to exist. No one ever before, or ever will, be as special as you. Enjoy your life as you are the first person to ever do/think/feel that. Everyone coming after you, will just be a follower. You are a king, a god to all successors. The progenitor of a new line of human beings. Without you, they could not exist.


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Happy new year! We did fireworks and ate our 12 grapes so this is going to be a better year than the one before it.


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I'm currently enjoying Bravely Default...ok well I'm actually at work but if I wasn't I would be.


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Star wars in 25 minutes.


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Does that make it the phantom menace when it starts haunting them?


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havoc xiii wrote:

So I believe it's official I'll be purchasing 2 3ds XL the Pokemon X/Y editions for Christmas. Red for me blue for my wife. She's not exactly a fan of blue but since one of our nicknames is calling me a fire dragon and her an ice dragon

(Because I never want to know a day that's under 60 degrees, I'd rather have it 80, 90, 100 degrees!
And she never wants to know a day that's over 40 degrees, she'd rather have it 30, 20, 10, 5 and let it freeze!
And then start off with Y for me and X for her.

Update on this. So when I originally went to order the DSs they didn't have the red version available. I go back to check later just as I'm about to hit order and it was available both are sitting happily under the tree waiting for Christmas Eve (I know I know it's the wrong day, but for whatever reason we open Christmas Eve night).


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Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
That's the one, yes, 7 was my favorite.

Yeah FF7 is the big favorite that the vast majority of the playerbase loves. FF fans are usually split into two groups - the ones who like the old NES/SNES games, who usually consider FF6 to be the best, and the ones who like the PS1 and PS2 games more, who typically consider FF7 to be the best. I'm very strongly in the first group, myself.

There's some smaller groups, such as the FF8 and 9 fans (admittedly, 9 is my second-favorite) and the fans who prefer the newer games - 12 and beyond - or the MMO fans who liked 11/like 14. But they're all far smaller than the first two groups.

I like them all I have yet to play a final fantasy game I didn't enjoy though I haven't played the newest ones the last one I played was 12.

captain yesterday wrote:
Iron Gods becomes Final Fantasy so easily.

I'd love to play that!!! Someone get a PBP game started!!!!


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Me and my wife have 6 gigs shared and I have yet to go over using slacker and Amazon music.


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I had XM or Sirrius for 6 months then my free membership ended....


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I heard a song by sleeping with sirens and thought the lead singer was female....ok technically it was king for a day by piercing the veil....which is the only song I like by them. I was confused.....


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Who said I'm angry? I just can't stand the pop look at me and all my drugs and booze songs woooooo!!!!!!!! :| not amused. I've noticed the angrier the song the more relaxed I get I used to use disturbed to go to sleep.


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Pop...I avoid like the plague heard part of a....I hesitate to use the word "song" apparently about a friends with benefits person and something about friend zone and being a generally unpleasant person...yea thanks I'll go back to slipknot....


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Pick me oh user of the angry badger alias.


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I guess I have a very light southern accent. Most of my life has been in culturally confused Florida but before that it was Tennessee and Alabama.


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We don't have a limit exactly but let's put it this way I overheard someone talking about how "little" a ring cost they wanted their bfto buy them. It would only require him to take out a loan. Before thinking I said "Thank god my wife's not like that" office goes silent.


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Fine we can keep the ice castle casts endure elements

Fhdm cold is there snow? Not cold.


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Grabs +3 flaming sword and cold resistant shield and armor

Not a chance of a cold winters day in Florida evil villain!

save's wifey while kicking fhdm out of ice castle sending him to southern Florida.


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So I believe it's official I'll be purchasing 2 3ds XL the Pokemon X/Y editions for Christmas. Red for me blue for my wife. She's not exactly a fan of blue but since one of our nicknames is calling me a fire dragon and her an ice dragon

(Because I never want to know a day that's under 60 degrees, I'd rather have it 80, 90, 100 degrees!
And she never wants to know a day that's over 40 degrees, she'd rather have it 30, 20, 10, 5 and let it freeze!
And then start off with Y for me and X for her.


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Mmmm coffeecoffeecoffeecoffeecoffee I wanted to buy some coffee at the fresh market but unfortunately my monetary funds are currently insufficient maybe I should ask for coffee for Christmas.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
He makes a good point. I'm in Jacksonville. If you judged all of Florida by Tallahassee and Jacksonville, you might end up thinking Florida was actually culturally similar to the rest of the south, when really, most of this state is an amalgamation of North Cuba, New York exiles (who won't shut the f*** up about how awesome NY is, but apparently it's not so wonderful that they won't leave that place and never return), and so much of the elderly. Seriously, in South Florida, if you say the word "y'all" people look at you with the same "what is this guy, retarded?" face as they do in, say, New Jersey.

This is very much true.


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It's currently 61 here with a low of 41.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Clark Gable wrote:

Gable spent most of 1943 in England at RAF Polebrook with the 351st Bomb Group. Gable flew five combat missions, including one to Germany, as an observer-gunner in B-17 Flying Fortresses between May 4 and September 23, 1943, earning the Air Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross for his efforts. During one of the missions, Gable's aircraft was damaged by flak and attacked by fighters, which knocked out one of the engines and shot up the stabilizer. In the raid on Germany, one crewman was killed and two others were wounded, and flak went through Gable's boot and narrowly missed his head. When word of this reached MGM, studio executives began to badger the Army Air Forces to reassign its most valuable screen actor to noncombat duty. In November 1943, Gable returned to the United States to edit his film, only to find that the personnel shortage of aerial gunners had already been rectified. He was allowed to complete the film anyway, joining the First Motion Picture Unit in Hollywood, California.

In May 1944, Gable was promoted to major. He hoped for another combat assignment but, when the invasion of Normandy came and went in June without any further orders, Gable was relieved from active duty as a major on June 12, 1944 at his request, since he was over-age for combat. His discharge papers were signed by Captain (later U.S. President) Ronald Reagan. Gable completed editing of the film Combat America in September 1944, giving the narration himself and making use of numerous interviews with enlisted gunners as focus of the film.[33] Because his motion picture production schedule made it impossible for him to fulfill Reserve officer duties, he resigned his commission on September 26, 1947, a week after the Air Force became an independent service branch.

Adolf Hitler favored Gable above all other actors. During World War II, Hitler offered a sizable reward to anyone who could capture and bring Gable to him unscathed.[34]

That's some
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Interesting fact Clark Gable's gunnery training took place in my home town.


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One day I'll get fallout 4 like if a new computer/ps4/xbone falls out of the sky and falls happily and peacefully on my doorstep. =(


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Limeylongears wrote:
It is impossible not be cheered up by hair metal versions of the William Tell Overture

That is awesome.

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