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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Also, am I the only one who thinks cheesecake is an abomination?
You are not alone. We're all in this together.

so, I'm tranqing TWO people and taking them to juniors. Got it.


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I can tranq naked. Don't ask me how.

Shadow Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

Come November 10th, 2015, I will be MIA for a few "days". Send search parties for me if you do not hear from me in a month or two.

~grins~

dear god, that game is going to attempt to kidnap the dragon!

Not on my watch!

rolls into fallout 4 disruption center headquarters, smashes all discs of fallout 4

Worry not friend dragon. You're safe now. No need to thank me, just pay it forward.

... so Fallout is also on the Freehold Hate list. Good to know.


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Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:

Watch For Falling Rocks

Quote pyramid was getting too tall to handle. =)

Folding the Fork
Shall We Dance?
Seeker of Secrets
Cold Shoulder
Running in Circles

A Walk in the Park

Shadow Lodge

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So soon as one NWN drama-bomb is dealt with, another is starting to boil. And this player seems equally oblivious as the last as to why they're the problem. Argh. I have a headache already.

Shadow Lodge

So soon as one drama-bomb is dealt with, another is starting to boil. And this player seems equally oblivious as the last as to why they're the problem. Argh. I have a headache already.


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David M Mallon wrote:

According to Facebook's calendar, a large proportion of my friends are turning either 27 years old, 35 years old, or 46 years old over the course of the next year.

Also, I may potentially have to go to five weddings next year.

Nope nope nope nope.

I used to think that too, until I realized how much booze and food there was at at weddings. And gambling. And women! Go dude, if you can take me with you!


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Orthos wrote:
So soon as one drama-bomb is dealt with, another is starting to boil. And this player seems equally oblivious as the last as to why they're the problem. Argh. I have a headache already.

fires net gun

Awright! I caught an Orthos!


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

Come November 10th, 2015, I will be MIA for a few "days". Send search parties for me if you do not hear from me in a month or two.

~grins~

dear god, that game is going to attempt to kidnap the dragon!

Not on my watch!

rolls into fallout 4 disruption center headquarters, smashes all discs of fallout 4

Worry not friend dragon. You're safe now. No need to thank me, just pay it forward.

... so Fallout is also on the Freehold Hate list. Good to know.

I didn't do this out of hate, I did it out of love!

Now Sharoth can go to work every day instead of having to stay at home playing video games.

See? I'm a good friend!


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Two Orthos's! Or is that Orthi?

Has the world gone all topsy turvy!!


Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:

According to Facebook's calendar, a large proportion of my friends are turning either 27 years old, 35 years old, or 46 years old over the course of the next year.

Also, I may potentially have to go to five weddings next year.

Nope nope nope nope.

I used to think that too, until I realized how much booze and food there was at at weddings. And gambling. And women! Go dude, if you can take me with you!

Spoiler:
Weddings can be great, and they can be awful. Mark's wedding (you met Mark in Brooklyn) was awesome. I don't remember much, but it was fun.

The wedding I went to after that, I got paid to be *the guy* in case something went wrong. Nothing went wrong, but I got really sick, and I didn't know anyone other than the members of the groom's old band.

Next up is the wedding of one of my college friends. He asked me to be one of his groomsmen (because he only has like 3 friends), but I really don't want to go because his fiancee is a heinous b+~$@ who screwed me out of $400 a couple years ago, then bragged about it to her friends.

And then there's like three or four more, all of friends who I've played in bands with or roadied for. Weddings that I have to be sober for are just depressing, and I don't think I can handle more than one per year.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:

Come November 10th, 2015, I will be MIA for a few "days". Send search parties for me if you do not hear from me in a month or two.

~grins~

dear god, that game is going to attempt to kidnap the dragon!

Not on my watch!

rolls into fallout 4 disruption center headquarters, smashes all discs of fallout 4

Worry not friend dragon. You're safe now. No need to thank me, just pay it forward.

NOOOO!!!!!


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captain yesterday wrote:

Two Orthos's! Or is that Orthi?

Has the world gone all topsy turvy!!

Well, "orthos" is an adverb in modern Greek (it means "right" or "correct/correctly"), but if it was a second declension masculine noun in Classical Greek, that would make the nominative dual "Orthō" and the nominative plural "Orthoi."

Silver Crusade

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Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What sounds better as a name for a race: Luminarians or Luminars?

Luminarians seems a bit long, but Luminars doesn't roll off the tongue well.

Lumniari, perhaps?

As long as they're not Illumians, we're fine.

Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What sounds better as a name for a race: Luminarians or Luminars?

Luminarians seems a bit long, but Luminars doesn't roll off the tongue well.

Lumniari, perhaps?

As long as they're not Illumians, we're fine.

Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.

I remember them existing (Races of Destiny came out right at the peak of my gaming years), but I don't exactly remember them being a *thing*.


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David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What sounds better as a name for a race: Luminarians or Luminars?

Luminarians seems a bit long, but Luminars doesn't roll off the tongue well.

Lumniari, perhaps?

As long as they're not Illumians, we're fine.

Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.

I remember them existing (Races of Destiny came out right at the peak of my gaming years), but I don't exactly remember them being a *thing*.

Their name sounds like Illuminati. Coincidence?


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So I opted to spend the day in Urgent Care hooked up to IVs. They won't cut me loose until the throat swelling goes down some. Plus I get a brand new epipen toy. Wahoo.

Wish I had some clue what caused this.

Silver Crusade

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Treppa wrote:

So I opted to spend the day in Urgent Care hooked up to IVs. They won't cut me loose until the throat swelling goes down some. Plus I get a brand new epipen toy. Wahoo.

Wish I had some clue what caused this.

Yikes. What Happened?

It was the eggs in sauce, wasn't it?

Silver Crusade

David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What sounds better as a name for a race: Luminarians or Luminars?

Luminarians seems a bit long, but Luminars doesn't roll off the tongue well.

Lumniari, perhaps?

As long as they're not Illumians, we're fine.

Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.

I remember them existing (Races of Destiny came out right at the peak of my gaming years), but I don't exactly remember them being a *thing*.

Touché. They were a thing in that they existed in a book. I would speculate that no one ever played one, ever.


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Scintillae wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Lumin? Lumina? Lux? Scintilla? Scint?
Hi.

Lux Scintilla(e) sounds like a name of religious holiday.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Two Orthos's! Or is that Orthi?

Has the world gone all topsy turvy!!

Orthoi.

I need to make a race called that one day.


David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What sounds better as a name for a race: Luminarians or Luminars?

Luminarians seems a bit long, but Luminars doesn't roll off the tongue well.

Lumniari, perhaps?

As long as they're not Illumians, we're fine.

Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.

I remember them existing (Races of Destiny came out right at the peak of my gaming years), but I don't exactly remember them being a *thing*.

Yeah. I never seen anyone playing one. Of course I haven't seen many GMs allowing exotic races anyway.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What sounds better as a name for a race: Luminarians or Luminars?

Luminarians seems a bit long, but Luminars doesn't roll off the tongue well.

Lumniari, perhaps?

As long as they're not Illumians, we're fine.

Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.

I remember them existing (Races of Destiny came out right at the peak of my gaming years), but I don't exactly remember them being a *thing*.
Touché. They were a thing in that they existed in a book. I would speculate that no one ever played one, ever.

Some of their ideas looked interesting on paper - getting bonuses based on their glowing sigils and developing them with more complex bonuses by getting more sigils as feats (or something like that).


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Treppa wrote:

So I opted to spend the day in Urgent Care hooked up to IVs. They won't cut me loose until the throat swelling goes down some. Plus I get a brand new epipen toy. Wahoo.

Wish I had some clue what caused this.

Yikes. What Happened?

It was the eggs in sauce, wasn't it?

Probably, though it could have been coffee. :'(


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Drejk wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Two Orthos's! Or is that Orthi?

Has the world gone all topsy turvy!!

Orthoi.

I need to make a race called that one day.

They really like rules and being correct. Also Japanese video games.


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Drejk wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.
I remember them existing (Races of Destiny came out right at the peak of my gaming years), but I don't exactly remember them being a *thing*.
Yeah. I never seen anyone playing one. Of course I haven't seen many GMs allowing exotic races anyway.

The GM of my old gaming group (for all you old-timers, he used to post on Paizo as "Dirk Gently") would put up a brave front, but would always cave in the end when one of his players (usually me) wanted to play something dumb and/or broken from one of the 3e splatbooks. I got to play a (super-angsty) Incarnate / Binder, an Infused Warrior, and an epic-level half-elf CODzilla of Hextor (also super-angsty) with a displacer beast cohort and a private army of blackguards*, but I don't think I even thought of playing an Illumian.

*(My first character. Shut up, I was like 15.)


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


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Freehold DM wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Bacon or waffles for breakfast? It's quite a conundrum.
what is this "or" you speak of?

It is a word used by the faint of stomach to excuse their lack of appetite...


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Drejk wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Lumin? Lumina? Lux? Scintilla? Scint?
Hi.
Lux Scintilla(e) sounds like a name of religious holiday.

Capital! I shall inform the Senate at once!


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Treppa wrote:

So I opted to spend the day in Urgent Care hooked up to IVs. They won't cut me loose until the throat swelling goes down some. Plus I get a brand new epipen toy. Wahoo.

Wish I had some clue what caused this.

May it be like Impus Major's, and never *knocks on wood* return...


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

You are now my hero.


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Drejk wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What sounds better as a name for a race: Luminarians or Luminars?

Luminarians seems a bit long, but Luminars doesn't roll off the tongue well.

Lumniari, perhaps?

As long as they're not Illumians, we're fine.

Apologies to anyone who now has to cope with the memory that Illumians were a thing.

I remember them existing (Races of Destiny came out right at the peak of my gaming years), but I don't exactly remember them being a *thing*.
Yeah. I never seen anyone playing one. Of course I haven't seen many GMs allowing exotic races anyway.

I love Illumians. I love the lore and the mechanics, while not perfect, were definitely fun and one of the few things that actually made multiclassing workable even in Pathfinder.

I've played several, including this character from our first attempt at Age of Worms. They're one of my favorite races, and probably the closest of my favorite races to actually liking Humans.

Shadow Lodge

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Freehold DM's Clone Emporium wrote:
Orthos wrote:
So soon as one drama-bomb is dealt with, another is starting to boil. And this player seems equally oblivious as the last as to why they're the problem. Argh. I have a headache already.

fires net gun

Awright! I caught an Orthos!

*net bursts*

Oh no! It was almost caught!

ORTHOS uses TELEPORT!
ORTHOS fled from battle!

Shadow Lodge

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David M Mallon wrote:
Drejk wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Two Orthos's! Or is that Orthi?

Has the world gone all topsy turvy!!

Orthoi.

I need to make a race called that one day.

They really like rules and being correct. Also Japanese video games.

LN with a racial bonus toward legalism and storytelling?


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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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Verily, it is.

Sir Limey de Longears, galloping through Calradia
Riding up to Vaegirs and bopping them on the head!

Then down came the good fairy, and she said...


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So you think you have anaphylaxis?

Trigger: unknown. Solution: whole ton of IV drugs plus more by mouth starting tomorrow. Plus, must carry epipen for immediate use in case of emergency.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

rolls into fallout 4 disruption center headquarters, smashes all discs of fallout 4

Worry not friend dragon. You're safe now. No need to thank me, just pay it forward.

... so Fallout is also on the Freehold Hate list. Good to know.

...Our three Hatreds are Whedon, and Alton, and oppressive summer heat... and an almost fanatical opposition to the Fallout series... Our four... no... Amongst our Hatreds... Hmf... Amongst our Enemies... are such elements as Whedon, Alt-... I'll come in again.

The Exchange

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Whats with the Hateraidtm for Fallout?


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Treppa wrote:

So you think you have anaphylaxis?

Trigger: unknown. Solution: whole ton of IV drugs plus more by mouth starting tomorrow. Plus, must carry epipen for immediate use in case of emergency.

Yikes +1! I hope you are OK soon and you figure out what it was.


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David M Mallon wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Two Orthos's! Or is that Orthi?

Has the world gone all topsy turvy!!

Well, "orthos" is an adverb in modern Greek (it means "right" or "correct/correctly"), but if it was a second declension masculine noun in Classical Greek, that would make the nominative dual "Orthō" and the nominative plural "Orthoi."

Orthoidontist.


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Crimson Jester wrote:
Whats with the Hateraidtm for Fallout?

Freehold DM is trying to save me from myself. He does not realize that I DON'T want to be saved.


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Fool.

Once you've drank irradiated water out of a porcelain bowl deep in the bowels of a super mutant infested middle school there is no going back.

Luckily after that I left New York for the comparatively safe D.C. area.

Silver Crusade

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Did I mention I got a solo in the choir's December concert of The Messiah?


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Treppa wrote:

So you think you have anaphylaxis?

Trigger: unknown. Solution: whole ton of IV drugs plus more by mouth starting tomorrow. Plus, must carry epipen for immediate use in case of emergency.

Yikes +1! I hope you are OK soon and you figure out what it was.

Wow. I hope you figure out the trigger too.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Did I mention I got a solo in the choir's December concert of The Messiah?

Congratulations!


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Gadzooks! That's awesome Celestial Healer


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Drejk wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Lumin? Lumina? Lux? Scintilla? Scint?
Hi.
Lux Scintilla(e) sounds like a name of religious holiday.

Observed by spouting puns and making gamers over 30 years of age feel really, really old.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Did I mention I got a solo in the choir's December concert of The Messiah?

Naughty boy Celestial!


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I used to be young before I started posting on FaWtL, now look at me! I'm not even sure if I'm telling kids to get off the right lawn anymore.

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