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Sovereign Court

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Aberzombie wrote:

On the positive side - if I do make it to the game tonight, we've leveled up to 5th. That means my wizard finally gets a couple of 3rd level spells. I picked two conjuration spells - Pellet Blast and Mad Monkeys.

Of the two, I'm most eager to try out Mad Monkeys. I'm guessing this probably does not surprise.

Plan:

Create Pit
Mad Monkeys
?
Profit!


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For maps, the Cartographer's Guild is a great place both to share and find resources.


Jess Door wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

On the positive side - if I do make it to the game tonight, we've leveled up to 5th. That means my wizard finally gets a couple of 3rd level spells. I picked two conjuration spells - Pellet Blast and Mad Monkeys.

Of the two, I'm most eager to try out Mad Monkeys. I'm guessing this probably does not surprise.

Plan:

Create Pit
Mad Monkeys
?
Profit!

Everything is better with monkeys ...


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Kajehase wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:
Then you'll want your deep fried mars bars, deep fried pizza and much much more....
Mind you, to anyone visiting Endinburgh at some point in the future I'd recommend trying the Indian food at the Tippo Sahib restaurant. The stuff I had was bloody great!

Why? Was it big enough to wrap your head in it? (Blanket sized naan bread)

And good news with the football for you then. :D


quick!

I need a name for a dwarven cleric of mystra


aeglos wrote:

quick!

I need a name for a dwarven cleric of mystra

Dembros Darkspell


So, a little YAY! and BOO! today..

It's Friday ...YAY!
My weekend is tied up tiling my bathroom .... BOO!
My wife might be getting a promotion ... YAY!
My dishwasher died a messy death ...BOO!
I discovered a bunch of gamers in my area ...YAY!
I'll likely end up the GM ...BOO!
My wife has a three-day weekend ...YAY!
I need to update my PbPs ... BOO!


Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

quick!

I need a name for a dwarven cleric of mystra

Dembros Darkspell

hm, not bad


aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

quick!

I need a name for a dwarven cleric of mystra

Dembros Darkspell
hm, not bad

Something more Scandahoovian-sounding perhaps?

Rig Tyrvigsson?

Gnorr Svartgaldr?


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Dembros Stonespell maybe

Shadow Lodge

Lunch up. Back to work. Gonna try and power through this and hopefully leave at the end of the day with an empty shelf.


Patrick Curtin wrote:

So, a little YAY! and BOO! today..

It's Friday ...YAY!
My weekend is tied up tiling my bathroom .... BOO!
My wife might be getting a promotion ... YAY!
My dishwasher died a messy death ...BOO!
I discovered a bunch of gamers in my area ...YAY!
I'll likely end up the GM ...BOO!
My wife has a three-day weekend ...YAY!
I need to update my PbPs ... BOO!

Same here....

Sliced my finger knuckle on a razor.... BOO!
Forgot my lunch.... BOO!
Found a couple of second hand books I want.... YAY!
Boss gave me a bonus.... YAY!
Finished work early.... YAY!

Sovereign Court

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Jess Door wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

On the positive side - if I do make it to the game tonight, we've leveled up to 5th. That means my wizard finally gets a couple of 3rd level spells. I picked two conjuration spells - Pellet Blast and Mad Monkeys.

Of the two, I'm most eager to try out Mad Monkeys. I'm guessing this probably does not surprise.

Plan:

Create Pit
Mad Monkeys
?
Profit!

O.o That was a weird post to get TOP.

evidently ? = get naked!!!


Naked with monkeys?


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And now for another big question: Margarine or butter?

RPG Superstar 2012

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Butter


Neither. Unless we are speaking about occasional addition to mashed potatoes, then butter, but rarely - cream much more often.

Shadow Lodge

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Woo! Blized through afternoon books and got out of Sat work.


When it would come to such choice I'd pick butter on my bread over margarine. I just don't buy it for myself anymore.


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[Jeremy Clarkson's voice] Butter 2, margarine zilch! [/Jeremy Clarkson's voice]


Butter?

Paizo Employee PostMonster General

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There is a rule for butter. There is also a rule for horseradish. These two rules are not, in fact, interchangeable.

Sovereign Court

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But what about tabasco?


Meh.

Shadow Lodge

Kajehase wrote:
And now for another big question: Margarine or butter?

I honestly can't taste a difference. Margarine is usually cheaper though so that's usually what the family has in the fridge.

I use it so infrequently though - pretty much exclusively for mashed potatoes (which very rarely are a thing that happens in my house) and grilled cheese sandwiches - that it really doesn't matter all that much.

Shadow Lodge

Gary Teter wrote:
There is a rule for butter. There is also a rule for horseradish. These two rules are not, in fact, interchangeable.

This is for the best.

bluhhhhhhhhh horseradish X(

Sovereign Court

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Orthos wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
And now for another big question: Margarine or butter?

I honestly can't taste a difference. Margarine is usually cheaper though so that's usually what the family has in the fridge.

I use it so infrequently though - pretty much exclusively for mashed potatoes (which very rarely are a thing that happens in my house) and grilled cheese sandwiches - that it really doesn't matter all that much.

That's the second time grilled cheese has been mentioned in my presence in as many days.

That's it. Tonight's dinner is grilled cheese.


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Conspiracy Buff wrote:
Orthos wrote:

I think the office is conspiring to keep the data entry people in tomorrow at any cost. I've never had books come in so rapid-fire as they are today. Every time I get one done, two more show up.

I want Saturday off dangit! Stuff hasn't been coming in this quickly all week. Why suddenly now?

Well, you see, this is an effort by rebels who have travelled back in time to prevent you from becoming our future benevolent overlord. They're attempting to keep you in the office tomorrow, so that you miss out on a fateful meeting with <redacted> that will change the course of your life and eventually leave you as the most powerful man in human history.

Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...


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Kajehase wrote:
And now for another big question: Margarine or butter?

Butter is endorsed by this administration. Margarine is the tool of the enemy.


There's only room for benevolent overlord in this here town...

Sovereign Court

Lord President Moorluck wrote:
the enemy.

ENEMY SIGHTED

*fires missiles randomly*

Paizo Employee PostMonster General

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Did you know you can sprinkle salt on unsalted butter? It's true!

Paizo Employee PostMonster General

This trick also works on unsalted peanut butter, too.


Does salted butter have an antisodium forcefield, then?

RPG Superstar 2012

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Salt is a miracle sprinkle!


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

Hmm... so that's Butter 4, Margarine 1, so far.


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

With a write-in vote for tabasco.


Gary Teter wrote:
There is a rule for butter. There is also a rule for horseradish. These two rules are not, in fact, interchangeable.

Incidentally I am reading Alister MacLean's Bear Island where horseradish plays a certain role.

The Exchange

Gary Teter wrote:
Did you know you can sprinkle salt on unsalted butter? It's true!

I can attest to the fact that you can put salt on *everything*.

Whether it will be good or not.....

The Exchange

Jess Door wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
And now for another big question: Margarine or butter?

I honestly can't taste a difference. Margarine is usually cheaper though so that's usually what the family has in the fridge.

I use it so infrequently though - pretty much exclusively for mashed potatoes (which very rarely are a thing that happens in my house) and grilled cheese sandwiches - that it really doesn't matter all that much.

That's the second time grilled cheese has been mentioned in my presence in as many days.

That's it. Tonight's dinner is grilled cheese.

Good call.


Or sometimes even in something...

Salted tea... Yuck!

Dark Archive

Kajehase wrote:
Hmm... so that's Butter 4, Margarine 1, so far.

Butter.


butter


butter.


Bou-taire!


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

Alternate personalities are people, too: Butter 8, Margarine 1, Tabasco 1.


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Finally got my raise. I now make $17/hr.

RPG Superstar 2012

Aberzombie, while I was helping stamp books at my FLCS for Free Comic Book Day, I worked with someone who could be a cousin of yours. I did a double take when he walked up to the table.


Wohoo for Woodraven.

Scarab Sages

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taig wrote:
Aberzombie, while I was helping stamp books at my FLCS for Free Comic Book Day, I worked with someone who could be a cousin of yours. I did a double take when he walked up to the table.

Probably my cousin Alfie "Barnacle Bunions" Abercrombie. He's been known to wander your neck of the woods, looking for wayward travelers to demonstrate his taxidermy skills on.....

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