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James Sutter wrote:

HAHA! Take that, F. Wesley!

And now, a prepaid campagin message:

Friends, Wes is 26. I'm only 23. Everyone knows that in homosexual beauty pageants, as with gymnastics and other professional sports, once you hit a certain age, it's all over. Please vote responsibly.

I'm James Sutter, and I approved this message.

While I'll forgo belaboring the obvious virtues of style, experience, and finesse over flavor-of-the-month fads—since I'm confident our readers are canny enough to see which candidate wins out in that arena—I've yet to hear a rebuttal to accusations that you, in fact, have a female girlfriend. And no, we won’t take the popular claim of having a “wide-stance” as an explanation.

I, on the other hand, have vaguely emo hair and two gay bars within a block from my home.

Oh, all that, and I can spell “campaign.”

Monkey.

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Daigle wrote:


You can't have a Booger without a Lamar. You can't have a Takashi without a Gilbert. You can't have Poindexter without a Wormser.

You can't have Rufus without Burne! ^_~


Daigle wrote:
There are other threads and other sections for this.

Threadjacking is the new black.

Liberty's Edge

F. Wesley Schneider wrote:

While I'll forgo belaboring the obvious virtues of style, experience, and finesse over flavor-of-the-month fads—since I'm confident our readers are canny enough to see which candidate wins out in that arena—I've yet to hear a rebuttal to accusations that you, in fact, have a female girlfriend. And no, we won’t take the popular claim of having a “wide-stance” as an explanation.

I, on the other hand, have vaguely emo hair and two gay bars within a block from my home.

Oh, all that, and I can spell “campaign.”

Monkey.

P0WN3D!

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Daigle wrote:


You can't have a Booger without a Lamar. You can't have a Takashi without a Gilbert. You can't have Poindexter without a Wormser.
You can't have Rufus without Burne! ^_~

Yeah. And then there's that.

Liberty's Edge

*quasi-double post*

I'm having more meta-posting problems than I care to admit. ^_^;;


James Sutter wrote:


Friends, Wes is 26. I'm only 23. Everyone knows that in homosexual beauty pageants, as with gymnastics and other professional sports, once you hit a certain age, it's all over.

True, but as an "oldtimer" myself (at 28), I feel a certain solidarity with Wes. Plus...

F. Wesley Schneider wrote:


you, in fact, have a female girlfriend

Wes doesn't have that blemish on his record. Sorry, man. My vote is still totally for Wes ;)

P.S. I didn't even know they made female girlfriends. What would you even use one for? It just doesn't make sense ;P

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Dang! Well, I'll admit to my misspelling, and to the female girlfriend, but I will fight you to the death on the matter of emo hair. Let it be known that I did bangs first, way back in ought-four when Wes still had a goatee and buzzed head (boo! hiss!), and mine were longer.

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Paolo wrote:
I didn't even know they made female girlfriends. What would you even use one for?

They're often smaller and easier to transport - some airlines will let you store them under your seat and save the hassle of shipping them.


Come on guys, I think it's safe to say, as far as the Con pics we're privy to, that Logue is by far the most charismatic of the bunch. That's got to count for something, too.

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
James Sutter wrote:

HAHA! Take that, F. Wesley!

And now, a prepaid campagin message:

Friends, Wes is 26. I'm only 23. Everyone knows that in homosexual beauty pageants, as with gymnastics and other professional sports, once you hit a certain age, it's all over. Please vote responsibly.

I'm James Sutter, and I approved this message.

While I'll forgo belaboring the obvious virtues of style, experience, and finesse over flavor-of-the-month fads—since I'm confident our readers are canny enough to see which candidate wins out in that arena—I've yet to hear a rebuttal to accusations that you, in fact, have a female girlfriend. And no, we won’t take the popular claim of having a “wide-stance” as an explanation.

I, on the other hand, have vaguely emo hair and two gay bars within a block from my home.

Oh, all that, and I can spell “campaign.”

Monkey.

I think he just called you the 4E of fabulousness, Mr. Sutter. I'd sue.

And now I'm 100% sure I've seen Captain Emo, aka F.(what does that F stand for anyway?) Wesley Schneider around these parts. With this, and his posts on other boards, he's been triangulated. Uh, so to speak.

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James Sutter wrote:
Dang! Well, I'll admit to my misspelling, and to the female girlfriend, but I will fight you to the death on the matter of emo hair. Let it be known that I did bangs first, way back in ought-four when Wes still had a goatee and buzzed head (boo! hiss!), and mine were longer.

Hey! What's wrong with a shaved head and a goatee? I think you might be losing my vote here. Wes hasn't inadvertently insulted my age or my hair yet. :) And I think I might be swayed by the experience and finesse argument.

Yes, I have been accused of being fickle in the past, why do you ask?

Oh...and to stay on topic....Sandpoint is AMAZING.

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Selk wrote:


And now I'm 100% sure I've seen Captain Emo, aka F.(what does that F stand for anyway?) Wesley Schneider around these parts. With this, and his posts on other boards, he's been triangulated. Uh, so to speak.

That's obviously just my fetch. They don't let me leave my desk.

Where are "these parts" anyway? I'm going to be really upset if my doppelganger is ruining my good name in Miami again.

Selk wrote:


(what does that F stand for anyway?)

F!@*ing-Awesome.

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Selk wrote:
(what does that F stand for anyway?)
f&&#ing-Awesome.

Well played, Mr. Schneider, well played.

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Selk wrote:


And now I'm 100% sure I've seen Captain Emo, aka F.(what does that F stand for anyway?) Wesley Schneider around these parts. With this, and his posts on other boards, he's been triangulated. Uh, so to speak.

That's obviously just my fetch. They don't let me leave my desk.

Where are "these parts" anyway? I'm going to be really upset if my doppelganger is ruining my good name in Miami again.

Selk wrote:


(what does that F stand for anyway?)

f~&#ing-Awesome.

Your fetch haunts the hills of Seattle. I can hear it keening on foggy nights, "Lemme borrow that top. Lemme borrow that tooooop!"

If I have the misfortune to be caught outside while it hunts, I have no choice but to seek solace in the nearest bar.

And Sandpoint is amazing. It's a bit disturbing to see the oddly popular 'Seven Ways to Kill an Unfaithful Wife' glass figurine collection everywhere but, all in all, it's a nice place.

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Selk wrote:


Your fetch haunts the hills of Seattle.

Whoa... creepy. You can't see me... right... now... can you?

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Selk wrote:


Your fetch haunts the hills of Seattle.
Whoa... creepy. You can't see me... right... now... can you?

Not with that life sized cutout of Legolas in the way, I can't.

Paizo Employee Chief Creative Officer, Publisher

This is the gayest thread ever.


Erik Mona wrote:
This is the gayest thread ever.

I KNOW!!!!! Isn't it fabulous??

P.S. and Sandpoint is amazing

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Selk wrote:
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:


Whoa... creepy. You can't see me... right... now... can you?
Not with that life sized cutout of Legolas in the way, I can't.

I'm Moving. 0_0

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Selk wrote:
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:


Whoa... creepy. You can't see me... right... now... can you?
Not with that life sized cutout of Legolas in the way, I can't.

I'm Moving. 0_0

Not enough.

...

Ok, now it's the gayest thread ever. Sorry for teasing you Wesley. No more posting tonight for me, if I know what's good for me.


Erik Mona wrote:
This is the gayest thread ever.

Breeder.

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Selk wrote:
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Selk wrote:


Your fetch haunts the hills of Seattle.
Whoa... creepy. You can't see me... right... now... can you?
Not with that life sized cutout of Legolas in the way, I can't.

The really scary thing is what exactly is cut out.

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Riskbreaker wrote:
Come on guys, I think it's safe to say, as far as the Con pics we're privy to, that Logue is by far the most charismatic of the bunch. That's got to count for something, too.

Charisma is lost on gay men unless you have the Chelsea-Banana Republic store-bought picture-perfect torso. I tried to be gay, but alas, the picture-perfect torso I do NOT have...so I had to settle for attentions lavished upon me by hundreds of beautiful women...sad for me.

::Hands Wes a +5 sword of fabulousness::

Fight well Wes! You're going to need this blade to best Sutter...he's younger, and has more of that "straight-guy" air to him, which is the best attractant to gay men I find. :-)

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Nicolas Logue wrote:

Charisma is lost on gay men unless you have the Chelsea-Banana Republic store-bought picture-perfect torso.

I'm down with that. I mean, even in D&D the Charisma stat just measures the number of ab ripples you have. At least, that's the way I always play it.

Nicolas Logue wrote:


::Hands Wes a +5 sword of fabulousness::

Fight well Wes! You're going to need this blade to best Sutter...he's younger, and has more of that "straight-guy" air to him, which is the best attractant to gay men I find. :-)

Dude this is awesome, but fabulous bonuses don't stack and I already have my shirt of +5 fabulousness from Gen Con. Hold on, what am I saying, it never hurts to accessorize.

Heathansson wrote:


The really scary thing is what exactly is cut out.

0_0


Nicolas Logue wrote:
he's younger, and has more of that "straight-guy" air to him, which is the best attractant to gay men I find. :-)

For some reason I found myself drawn to this thread... Wait, what's that smell?? Is it Straight-Guy Air?

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Paolo wrote:


For some reason I found myself drawn to this thread... Wait, what's that smell?? Is it Straight-Guy Air?

[sarcasm] Yeeeeeeah, Sutter really sheds that total straight-up man's-man vibe. Pffffh. [/sarcasam]


Nicolas Logue wrote:
Charisma is lost on gay men unless you have the Chelsea-Banana Republic store-bought picture-perfect torso. I tried to be gay, but alas, the picture-perfect torso I do NOT have...so I had to settle for attentions lavished upon me by hundreds of beautiful women...sad for me.

Nic, this is so not true, it's just what shows like Will & Grace and Queer as Folk want you to believe. We chunky gays get plenty of action, believe me. Come back to the gay side!

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Nicolas Logue wrote:

Charisma is lost on gay men unless you have the Chelsea-Banana Republic store-bought picture-perfect torso.

I'm down with that. I mean, even in D&D the Charisma stat just measures the number of ab ripples you have. At least, that's the way I always play it.

What was your paladin's name again? And does that shirt only come in pink?

And I vouch for the last poster. The gay body image stereotype is largely media driven and lazy observation. Most gay men don't look it (stereotypically): they're just dudes. Tends to shock people who journey past the TV and the dance floor.

Dark Archive

It's very true most are not the stereotype. Just remeber about 1/10 people are either gay or bisexual. And you don't see that many effeminate stereotypical gay people.

Scarab Sages

Why do I like Pathfinder so much? Because its tossed the Black and white concept away and laid down a solid color of grey. A town that is more than just a place to sleep and a weapon shop. The GM still has a lot of work to do, but the solid framework to make the town and people seem more alive and real is there. It has a story, the people have a story and its not just kicking in doors and killing things for little reason. I am all for the quirks that the town has. I won't be playing up any of the gay characters more than is required for the story, but it is really a non-issue that they are in there to me.

Keep it as good as the first and I will be a happy subscriber.

Only thing I ask. When you get to underground maps. PLEASE PLEASE think as to why they exist. What function do they have? Why were they built the way they were? It happens so often that we look at maps and ask what logic was put into this place. I am all for some underground adventures. Just some maps that make sense and no

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CourtFool wrote:


Breeder.

It must be the torso. Dead giveaway.

Liberty's Edge

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My slightly more heterosexual comment about lesbians in sandpoint was clearly love looked a few pages ago.. so I thought I'd bring it back up just to add alittle more.. I dunno.. straightness to the thread. :)

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Paul the Destroyer wrote:


Nic, this is so not true, it's just what shows like Will & Grace and Queer as Folk want you to believe. We chunky gays get plenty of action, believe me. Come back to the gay side!

Amen to all of the above. As fun as it is to joke around this way I much prefer a guy who has the pudgy, cuddly cuteness about him. Heck, I carry a little extra weight myself.

Really, Nic, I would classify you as pretty darn attractive.

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Anyway....!

I'm really looking forward to the players exploring the finer (and courser) points of Sandpoint. It has an usual cosmopolitan flair for a town its size, what with the female mayor, glassworks, theatre, brand new cathedral, breweries and boutiques -- and a huge cast of quirky residents. Remember that show, Northern Exposure? Like that.

Oddly enough, without my players knowing much about the area, more than half of their characters have artistically inclined backgrounds. One comes from elven cloth merchants, one is the son of a famous portraitist, another is a sort of Varisian lore-dancer.

Hmm. I really hope these pansies can pull up their bootstraps and kick some ass ;)


Wow . . . I didn't realize how much of a boon the extra detail of the Sandpoint chapter was going to be until I ran burnt offerings last night.

My player (yes, only one. See my campaign journal for details.) decided that his character was goiung to be a native of sandpoint and so I read through the sandpoint chapter giving him details that I felt someone growing up in the city would have. There were so many places within the city he got excited about . . . the theatre, the rusty dragon, vernah's fine clothing . . .

with the life that the description brings to the city, there's no way it can't be loved by any who use it.


alleynbard wrote:


Really, Nic, I would classify you as pretty darn attractive.

Ewwwwwwwwwe!


F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Nicolas Logue wrote:

Charisma is lost on gay men unless you have the Chelsea-Banana Republic store-bought picture-perfect torso.

I'm down with that. I mean, even in D&D the Charisma stat just measures the number of ab ripples you have. At least, that's the way I always play it.

Not necessarily. It can also be an indicator of how many straps and buckles you have on. That's why Hennet has so many!

-The Gneech


Personally...

I'm waiting for the first gender dysmorphic Dwarf that was really born in a Tiefling's body!!!!

Ze Flynnster


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Selk wrote:

Anyway....!

I'm really looking forward to the players exploring the finer (and courser) points of Sandpoint. It has an usual cosmopolitan flair for a town its size, what with the female mayor, glassworks, theatre, brand new cathedral, breweries and boutiques -- and a huge cast of quirky residents. Remember that show, Northern Exposure? Like that.

It's so funny you mention that! I also had started thinking of Sandpoint as being sort of like the town in Northern Exposure...which is a good thing, IMO. Small town, yet progressive; cool cast of eccentric and basically good people. You nailed it!

Liberty's Edge

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John Robey wrote:
Not necessarily. It can also be an indicator of how many straps and buckles you have on. That's why Hennet has so many!

So if CHA explains how many straps and buckles one has, how do you explain Merisiel and all her daggers? What stats explains her dagger fetish? Merisiel Pic :)

Lantern Lodge

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James Jacobs wrote:
And while we certainly do listen to our readers on many things... Pathfinder is going to continue to have gay/lesbian/bi characters in its pages now and then. Hell... I'm almost tempted to make one of our iconics homosexual now!

Strong physical type, yet babyfaced; battle scarred, yet a look of innocence - Valeros gets my vote!

After being subjected to decades of babes in chainmail bikinis, I think we're finally getting our first peek at where 4th Edition is going with D&D as "Points of Light".

It's not much, but it's a start.

Lantern Lodge

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John Robey wrote:
Not necessarily. It can also be an indicator of how many straps and buckles you have on. That's why Hennet has so many!

No, Hennet simply has a leather fetish.

SirUrza wrote:
So if CHA explains how many straps and buckles one has, how do you explain Merisiel and all her daggers? What stats explains her dagger fetish? Merisiel Pic :)

That one's easy - stalking a spurned lover!

Liberty's Edge

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James Jacobs wrote:
And while we certainly do listen to our readers on many things... Pathfinder is going to continue to have gay/lesbian/bi characters in its pages now and then. Hell... I'm almost tempted to make one of our iconics homosexual now!

I'm voting right now for a female bard with the hots for Seoni and Merisiel.

I'm thinking Merisiel like most elves probably would have enjoyed something different, while Seoni avoids being alone with her. ;)

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2011 Top 32

You know, a homosexual iconic might be a really nice thing for the homosexual fans out there. Or, at least someone ambiguous that they can latch onto.

Kind of a tip o' the hat to them, letting them know they won't be left out.

Sure sure, some people will have a problem with it. There WILL be threads about it.

Meh. People can just learn to deal with it.

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DarkWhite wrote:


After being subjected to decades of babes in chainmail bikinis, I think we're finally getting our first peek at where 4th Edition is going with D&D as "Points of Light".

Whoa! 40 year olds in hobo-chic. Finally, the D&D I ALWAYS wanted. By the by, nice midriff on this dude. Too bad they don't have acne cream in D&D land, though, he's got some rugged scarring.

The Exchange RPG Superstar 2011 Top 32

As fascinating as all this talk is...

Unless the Paizo guys (or girls, or whatever) actually intend to utilize the iconics in some sort of fiction, there's no need to actively make one or more of the iconics homosexual, heterosexual, or omnisexual (Captain Jack... yes!). At the point we're at, the iconics' purpose is to a) provide a face to Pathfinder and b) act as quick and dirty characters for players to do whatever with.

Besides, that's what fanfiction is for. ;)

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2011 Top 32

Yeah, it really doesn't matter much.


Eyebite wrote:
You know, a homosexual iconic might be a really nice thing for the homosexual fans out there.

I think Kyra, the cleric of Sarenrae, is probably a d#$* (lesbian).

EDIT: Huh. D@$+ hits the filters? Wow. I guess I know too many of them then, because neither I, nor any of the d$@$s I know consider that term pejorative, or a curse word even.

2nd EDIT: BWAHAHAHAHA! Singularly it hits the filter, but plural it sails right through. Guys, work on that, will you?

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CourtFool wrote:
Coincidentally, the best stylist are gay.

I object; Kuwaiti barbers f$@*ing ROCK.

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