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My players probably still hadn't discovered Advanced Class Guide, not to mention such things as Unchained or Occult Adventures...


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I think we need Advanced Nekkid Guide... Or Would it be Ultimate Naughtiness?


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NobodysHome wrote:
He's a 5th-level wizard who's now burned through two full wands of Magic Missile because he can't figure out anything better to do.

I guess sometimes you just gotta attack the darkness.

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I guess this guy really misses 2015 already.


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Maybe he just needs to try it again and go back in time so he succeeded the first time, assuming he succeeds the second (or third) time, all it takes is once.

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Maybe he needs a DeLorean.

Or maybe, he is just bat$hit crazy.

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David M Mallon wrote:
I guess sometimes you just gotta attack the darkness.

To be fair they started it.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
I guess sometimes you just gotta attack the darkness.
To be fair they started it.

I know, right? Lions are jerks.


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Taking a break from a) finishing up a bunch of practice paintings and b) trying to get my car fixed.

10 out of 10 high dragons down. Time to go take out the Elder One.


captain yesterday wrote:

I only ban Leadership.

My games aren't the place to play Entourage the RPG.

I ban Leadership, too. I frown upon animal companions, familiars, and Summoners, though I don't ban them. I do ban certain types of spell, namely Raise Dead/Reincarnate/Ressurection, teleportation, planar travel, and speak with diety/dead/animals/plants. Also no using Channel Energy against undead. I probably ban something else I haven't remembered.

On the otherhand, there is 3PP I allow, and a lot of feats were consolidated or made into parts of the normal combat system (as in, everybody can now do what the feat said).


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Treppa wrote:
Does anyone else compulsively clean their house before the new year? I gotta have the fridge cleaned out, sheets changed, papers discarded or filed, house tidy, laundry done, etc.

Remove "before the new year" and my answer is, "Yes."

My wife HATES trying to talk to me in the house because I'm constantly in motion, picking things up, washing things, and otherwise trying to keep the house tidy. But in a family of 4 where I'm the only one who consistently puts anything away, it's a constant struggle. (One of the family-wide New Year's "resolutions" I've forced upon them is, "Finish what you started." I suspect I'm going to be a less-than-popular dad this year, but it'll be better in the long run if I'm not fighting this battle alone.)

My apartment looks like a college student lives there.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Does anyone else compulsively clean their house before the new year? I gotta have the fridge cleaned out, sheets changed, papers discarded or filed, house tidy, laundry done, etc.

Remove "before the new year" and my answer is, "Yes."

My wife HATES trying to talk to me in the house because I'm constantly in motion, picking things up, washing things, and otherwise trying to keep the house tidy. But in a family of 4 where I'm the only one who consistently puts anything away, it's a constant struggle. (One of the family-wide New Year's "resolutions" I've forced upon them is, "Finish what you started." I suspect I'm going to be a less-than-popular dad this year, but it'll be better in the long run if I'm not fighting this battle alone.)

My apartment looks like a college student lives there.

Weird, isn't that?


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DA:I completed, and it only took 130 hours over 8 months. Oddly enough, this is the only game out of the trilogy not to have a credits screen featuring an oddly-placed modern pop/rock song.

Origins: "This Is War" by 30 Seconds To Mars
DA2: "I'm Not Calling You A Liar" by Florence And The Machine
Inquisition: DA:I theme music

Did I miss something here?

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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I only ban Leadership.

My games aren't the place to play Entourage the RPG.

I ban Leadership, too. I frown upon animal companions, familiars, and Summoners, though I don't ban them.

We kinda psuedo used Leadership in Skull and Shackles for awhile, considering how many NPCs we had on the crew. The first time we captured a ship and had to decide who would captain it, I volunteered my cohort just so I wouldn't have to keep track of him anymore. Same reason my druid took a domain rather than an animal companion.


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Battlewrought Charger prances through the blog.


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Yes Office Byron. Yes you can arrest me at any time. ~grins~ Keri looks good in a police uniform.


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And I run out of readish battlewroughts. The next one will be made from scratch scrap.

Och, wait, they all are made out of scrap...


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~sighs~ I will have to start hitting the books sooner than I though if I want to finish up my associates degree before 2019. I will need to reteach myself algebra, calculus, physics and all my electronics classes. I will be talking to an adviser next time I am on the evening or night shift to see what I am missing and what I need to retake. I also will be starting to look into getting my A+, Network+, CCNA, and CCNP starting the middle of next year. Work will repay me for most of this, but I still have to shell out the money to take the classes and certifications.


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Electrical / Computer Engineering Associates Degree. Of course, the question will become can I move this over to a BS degree. And even more important, is it worth my effort to do so.

Edit - I will probably try to add this on to my workload, since I will be doing most of this anyway.


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Ragadolf wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:

{{{Swoops in}}}

Hey everybody.

<Waves at pigeon, adjusts wizard hat to avoid any birdie 'accidents'>

(What? I'm Ragadolf, NOT Ragadast!) ;P

Hey Pigeon! How's it winging?

Hanging in there. A lackluster week for Vegas at the end of the year.

Consumer Electrons Show hit this begins Tuesday. Airport and cab work should keep me busy for the next two weeks. Other than that life is good.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Happy New Year, EveryFAWTL!

I most certainly did not stay up last night, as I had to be up at 3:00 today for my flight.

Yay?

where are you going?

It is not Germany, I asume, because you have not informed me how long you will be our guests :-)

I am visiting family in Tucson, followed by more family visits in Las Vegas, followed by a cousin's wedding in St. Louis.

...and you didn't see me in Vegas. Ugh!


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Tucson is a good place to retire. At least, that's what I've heard.


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Hey there BluePigeon. I hope that you are having a good weekend.

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BluePigeon wrote:
Tucson is a good place to retire. At least, that's what I've heard.

I've heard it's one of those places where everyone knows each other. Get a lot of Tucson people at my guard unit for drill weekends.


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~sighs~ Ok. An hour a day, two on Saturday and Sunday and any day that I am off. ~pulls out my Algebra and Trigonometry book~ No time like the present. I just hope I can keep this up.


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Man, I absolutely love slow three day weekends with nothing to do. I think I have spent about thirty hours lying in bed since 2016 began, mostly sleeping, playing computer games on my laptop, napping, and watching TV shows I hadn't caught up on that my wife bought on black Friday on DVD.

This is heaven. How do retirees ever whine about having nothing to do? I honestly do not understand workaholics.

I am so unashamedly lazy.


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Wait until you have nothing to do for a few months...

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David M Mallon wrote:

DA:I completed, and it only took 130 hours over 8 months. Oddly enough, this is the only game out of the trilogy not to have a credits screen featuring an oddly-placed modern pop/rock song.

Origins: "This Is War" by 30 Seconds To Mars
DA2: "I'm Not Calling You A Liar" by Florence And The Machine
Inquisition: DA:I theme music

Did I miss something here?

What did you think? I didn't think the game would offer much replay value, but I was wrong. It is still fun to play again. Maybe just not immediately.


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There is no such thing as "nothing to do".

Books exist. Libraries are free. The internet is cheap. Walking is free and every major city (and most minor) has gorgeous parks. Dozens of hobbies require minimal fiscal investment. Podcasts, YouTube, message boards, audio books, and other net media offer so much free media you couldn't possibly take it all in if you started at birth and lived to 120.

Again, I do not understand retirees whining about being bored.


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Stupid video game morality system. Apparently, throwing hand grenades at an elephant reflects negatively upon my karma.


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Yay! Someone else likes that serial I'm enjoying.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
Again, I do not understand retirees whining about being bored.

My father said that once he was retired, he couldn't comprehend how he found time to work before.


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~sighs~ I wish I was as smart as other people say I am. It would make my life so much easier. Of course, it would also help out if I was not a fool too. ~grins~


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Celestial Healer wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:

DA:I completed, and it only took 130 hours over 8 months. Oddly enough, this is the only game out of the trilogy not to have a credits screen featuring an oddly-placed modern pop/rock song.

Origins: "This Is War" by 30 Seconds To Mars
DA2: "I'm Not Calling You A Liar" by Florence And The Machine
Inquisition: DA:I theme music

Did I miss something here?

What did you think? I didn't think the game would offer much replay value, but I was wrong. It is still fun to play again. Maybe just not immediately.

It was tremendously engaging, but it felt very padded-out, and kind of mentally exhausting. I'll probably go through it again, but it will probably be next year at the earliest.


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Fun day learning about aikido (as well as getting a load of sabre practice in), but shards and splinters, public transport on Sunday is a load of crap. I need to learn to drive


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You should, driving is one of my favorite things to do.


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Monster week ends with a time-appropriate winterseed...


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Half a year with friends living in my flat passed.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

Man, I absolutely love slow three day weekends with nothing to do. I think I have spent about thirty hours lying in bed since 2016 began, mostly sleeping, playing computer games on my laptop, napping, and watching TV shows I hadn't caught up on that my wife bought on black Friday on DVD.

This is heaven. How do retirees ever whine about having nothing to do? I honestly do not understand workaholics.

I am so unashamedly lazy.

Seconded pretty much my whole last week.

I am so not looking forward to going back to work overtime tomorrow.

Grand Lodge

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Treppa wrote:
Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
Again, I do not understand retirees whining about being bored.
My father said that once he was retired, he couldn't comprehend how he found time to work before.

I only have all this free time because I'm not the one in charge of providing for the house right now.


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Drejk wrote:
I think we need Advanced Nekkid Guide... Or Would it be Ultimate Naughtiness?

In the hindsight we could actually use one... The party bard had multiple flings, has a longstanding affair with a cleric of Tyr (who became her cohort when she picked Leadership... and recently moved in with her), but is polyamorous at heart with a few paramours of both genders around.

The party witch asked out an acolyte of Tyr one one of the early sessions but he died soon after.

The party warlock is a really handsome devil... And not above having an affair here and there. Well, he is aiming to become a devil in the unforeseen future.

Only the party paladin is either completely asexual or (as some suspect) totally sexually repressed.

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Compelling "Ticket Please," art by Joel Kilpatrick

Discuss please.

I like the attention to detail from the sleeping kitten to the wingtip dress shoes on the gangbangers.


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So, Bards with the Detective archetype use performance, but it doesn't specify what performance it is, I was thinking dance.

Edit: for Hell's Rebels (starting Tuesday) I have an Elven Medium, but Medium is, frankly, underwhelming to go a full 18 levels, so I was thinking of multi-classing into Bard (detective) or maybe Magus or Occultist


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BluePigeon wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
BluePigeon wrote:

{{{Swoops in}}}

Hey everybody.

<Waves at pigeon, adjusts wizard hat to avoid any birdie 'accidents'>

(What? I'm Ragadolf, NOT Ragadast!) ;P

Hey Pigeon! How's it winging?

Hanging in there. A lackluster week for Vegas at the end of the year.

Consumer Electrons Show hit this begins Tuesday. Airport and cab work should keep me busy for the next two weeks. Other than that life is good.

Ah yes, I do miss being in New Orleans and working the conventions. (I was in AV, we did ALL of the booths and meeting rooms and the big stages)

To be honest, I only miss the big paychecks. I am now salary.
Man I miss hourly,...

Glad to hear your doing well, otherwise. ;P
Keep it up Pigeon! Keep it up! :)


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Red vs Blue again:

OK, it was s10 ep19. And they did show what happened : Maine picked up Carolina by the throat, her helmet dropped to the ground, then blood splattered the dirt and the implants were in Meta's hand. THEN he dropped her off the cliff.

And Texas vanished because she entered Church's virtual prison. Same when he was in the new box canyon: he was really inside the AI container, so her presence was virtual.

I catch on eventually.


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Sarge:
"Possession is nine-tenths of the law. The other tenth is a tank. I've got both!"


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Valkyria Chronicles: still super awesome!
(Daaaaaaaaang 'dat Scout Challenge. All of 'em, really...)


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I SAW STAR WARS!

IT WAS GREAT!!


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Kajehase wrote:

I SAW STAR WARS!

IT WAS GREAT!!

Yes.

Yes it was.

;)


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Adam and Jamie reflect upon Wythbusters.

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