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I went to bed earlier than usual. Woke up later than usual. At least headache is gone. For now.


I prefer to be naked and without headache than clothed and in pain...


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Most people do.

Scarab Sages

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Good morning FAWTLY Folk! Happy Friday! And my last full day in Philthadelphia! I look forward to finally putting this place behind me. Not that it's been horrible, but I'm excited for the future.

I will miss my local friends terribly, but at least there are numerous ways to keep in touch these days.

Scarab Sages

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Shiny, sorry to hear about your friend. Losing a friend, and someone so young, is always a terrible thing.

Hang in there, brother.

Scarab Sages

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On the bright side, I will soon join the growing FAWTLY collective in Houston. I'm pretty sure we'll soon have enough people to form a swarm.

Scarab Sages

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FAWTLY Swarm - CR 20
AC - of course, it's hot in Houston
HP - depends on how much we've been drinking
Attack - pummeling + distraction + madness (Will DC 50)

Yeah, we're badass


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So the zombiecalypse will start in Houston...

Shadow Lodge

Pfff. Not swarm. Clearly you'll use the newly-revealed Troop rules.

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


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Drejk wrote:
So the zombiecalypse will start in Houston...

good thing they have all those warehouses.


We need a bump, yes. ...


I just want you all to know that it's no longer Thursday.


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KM night was a glorious trainwreck.

Shadow Lodge

Oladon wrote:

I just want you all to know that it's no longer Thursday.

Yeah. =( Can't wait until the next one. Last night was beautiful.


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I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.


hi everyone

Silver Crusade

Hi aeglos!


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber
Oladon wrote:

I just want you all to know that it's no longer Thursday.

And the world rejoiced!


I'm sleepy. I went to bed around 10 last night (a bit early for me, but in a good way), and then ended up getting up around 10:40 to post a fix to a PbP roll that should've been 3 higher. Silly almost-asleep brain.

Shadow Lodge

Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.

The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.


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There's a giant mod-able worm at the blog now. Enjoy!


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Oladon wrote:

I'm sleepy. I went to bed around 10 last night (a bit early for me, but in a good way), and then ended up getting up around 10:40 to post a fix to a PbP roll that should've been 3 higher. Silly almost-asleep brain.

I hate when I'm in the middle of a project, and I decide I'm too tired to effectively keep working on it, but my brain goes, "Ooh! Here's a neat idea, but you'll forget it if you go to sleep..."

Silver Crusade

Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

I like finding fun things to throw at PCs.

I should use plants more.


Rawr! wrote:
Oladon wrote:

I'm sleepy. I went to bed around 10 last night (a bit early for me, but in a good way), and then ended up getting up around 10:40 to post a fix to a PbP roll that should've been 3 higher. Silly almost-asleep brain.

I hate when I'm in the middle of a project, and I decide I'm too tired to effectively keep working on it, but my brain goes, "Ooh! Here's a neat idea, but you'll forget it if you go to sleep..."

And then you're all "no, it's such a cool idea that I will TOTALLY remember it, despite all past experiences to the contrary" and you leave it and then you completely forget what it was. :(


Headache strikes again... Meh.


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Oladon wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
Oladon wrote:

I'm sleepy. I went to bed around 10 last night (a bit early for me, but in a good way), and then ended up getting up around 10:40 to post a fix to a PbP roll that should've been 3 higher. Silly almost-asleep brain.

I hate when I'm in the middle of a project, and I decide I'm too tired to effectively keep working on it, but my brain goes, "Ooh! Here's a neat idea, but you'll forget it if you go to sleep..."

And then you're all "no, it's such a cool idea that I will TOTALLY remember it, despite all past experiences to the contrary" and you leave it and then you completely forget what it was. :(

I have resigned myself to getting out of bed and at least jotting the idea down somewhere. That usually works for me, and things settle down after that.


Drejk wrote:
Headache strikes again... Meh.

:(

I hope you feel better soon.


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Proud fathers:

Fellow gamer and publisher of Polish edition of Savage Worlds about his five year old daughter: "She likes Therion. Dad is proud."

Shadow Lodge

Good taste, kid. =)


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Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

Our planetary neighbours if they were as close to us as the moon.

Damn, I've still not gotten used to Pluto not being a planet.


Kajehase wrote:

Our planetary neighbours if they were as close to us as the moon.

Damn, I've still not gotten used to Pluto not being a planet.

Well, there are still people living that remember times before solar system had nine planets.


Pathfinder Adventure Subscriber

BB + BB


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Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve

Spoiler:
the magus failing his Kn: Basic Social Economics check and leaving a blank check at the First Planar Bank of the Faerie Courts.

Man, that's going to be fun.


Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.


Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.

...Surprisingly, that actually does make me feel a little better about my own debt.


Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.
...Surprisingly, that actually does make me feel a little better about my own debt.

Some, on the other hand, are so stingy with what they hold that they would not dare even the smallest risk regardless of the reward it promised.


Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.
...Surprisingly, that actually does make me feel a little better about my own debt.
Some, on the other hand, are so stingy with what they hold that they would not dare even the smallest risk regardless of the reward it promised.

Oh, I've had plenty of risk and reward for one lifetime.


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Kiss me goodnight and say my prayers
Leave the light on at the top of the stairs
Tell me the names of the stars up in the sky
A tree taps on the window pane
That feeling smothers me again
Daddy is it true that we all have to die

At the top of the stairs
Is darkness

I closed my eyes and when I looked
Your name was in the memorial book
and what had become of all the things we planned
I accepted the commiserations
Of all your friends and your relations
But there's some things I still don't understand

You were so tall
How could you fall?

Some photographs of a summer's day
A little boy's lifetime away
Is all I've left of everything we've done
Like a pale moon in a sunny sky
Death gazes down as I pass by
To remind me that I'm but my father's son

I offer up to you
This tribute
I offer up to you
This tank park salute


Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.
...Surprisingly, that actually does make me feel a little better about my own debt.
Some, on the other hand, are so stingy with what they hold that they would not dare even the smallest risk regardless of the reward it promised.
Oh, I've had plenty of risk and reward for one lifetime.

Even one so long as your own? It is looking to be a boring handful of future centuries for you, I imagine.


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Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.
...Surprisingly, that actually does make me feel a little better about my own debt.
Some, on the other hand, are so stingy with what they hold that they would not dare even the smallest risk regardless of the reward it promised.
Oh, I've had plenty of risk and reward for one lifetime.
Even one so long as your own? It is looking to be a boring handful of future centuries for you, I imagine.

Doom.


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Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.
...Surprisingly, that actually does make me feel a little better about my own debt.
Some, on the other hand, are so stingy with what they hold that they would not dare even the smallest risk regardless of the reward it promised.
Oh, I've had plenty of risk and reward for one lifetime.
Even one so long as your own? It is looking to be a boring handful of future centuries for you, I imagine.

Oh, but that's just it! You've already given me so much, I wouldn't dare ask more!


Hendrek wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Elegy Medvyed wrote:
Mab, Queen of Air & Darkness wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I love how the absolute best moments of the campaign are entirely out of combat. At least to me.
The combat bits were fun though. Need to throw more colossi at you guys in the future, when it's fitting.

Yeah, but the combat bits didn't involve ** spoiler omitted **

Man, that's going to be fun.

It happens a lot more often than you think, but usually with the less canny mortals. It's been eons since one so powerful was so careless with his offerings.
...Surprisingly, that actually does make me feel a little better about my own debt.
Some, on the other hand, are so stingy with what they hold that they would not dare even the smallest risk regardless of the reward it promised.
Oh, I've had plenty of risk and reward for one lifetime.
Even one so long as your own? It is looking to be a boring handful of future centuries for you, I imagine.
Doom.

Indeed.


Staircase drama is not helpful for my headache.

I went to shop to buy some crucial supplies for remaining money. Long walk helped reduce ache a bit.

When I returned, just before the house, the neighbor #6, the one who wanted to pain staircase came to me and started to talk about painting (I already agreed for painting if much more cheaper option will be available).
During the talk a police car closed and stopped before our building. The neighbor asked me if the neighbor #3 convinced me in the first place to change my mind about painting earlier and if I would confirm to police that... I was like, Uh?! What?! What police has to do with convincing someone to change his mind?!

He started talking to police describing that neighbor #3 harassed and threatened him. Policeman explained to him that if there were no physical assault he should sue the neighbor #3 in civil court. They went and spoke with them as well while I walked around the house for a few minutes and then returned home.

I expect the staircase tensions to grow, just wonderful... *sigh* Of course my headache deepened while listening to complaints. Police officers weren't thrilled.

As a side note. Number of policewomen grows - I guess they are aiming at having female officers participating in domestic issues whenever possible.


Wow, Drejk. Just wow.


By the way, if anyone remembers my posts from a few months ago about police intervention in my building: it was neighbor #6 that was subject to the intervention after neighbor #3 called them that he heard children crying...


Ok, head is stabilizing... It should be better if I make no serious head movement.

I just wonder if this is the kind of headache that will get weaker or worse when I lie down. I don't know if I should go to bed or stay up for some more.


I have a cold or respiratory flu or something. I'm now at the Deep Sexy Voice stage, which isn't too terrible.

We had a bunch of showings earlier this week, then nothing yesterday or today. I'm so happy, because all I do is lie around and nap and blow my nose. However, the dogs are very UNhappy because we're not off to the park for hours each day. In hundred-degree heat, of course. Poor things. They do love it.

We returned from one showing, let the dogs out into the back yard, then found out that the people looking at the house had left the gate open. It was the gate on the far side from the driveway, so we didn't notice when we pulled in. Puffin had to chase after girl dog while I called boy dog in from the back yard. He's too much of a chicken to run away. We were mightily wroth.


It's Friday and I work the morning shift tomorrow. I'll be up before the crow bellows and zombies walk the earth. Have a good night and a good weekend everyone.

Sczarni

Public Service Announcement: If, after some really hot days it rains and you haven't put gas in your car in about two weeks, there is a higher than average chance that a wasp will seek shelter above the gas cap. And be very angry when you open the cover to try to put gas in your car.

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