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Ninja Cap'n Yesterday wrote:

Icy! Good to see you poking over the rubble. :-)

I have brought shame onto Tacticslion for being unable to download anything.

Or am I getting shame mixed up with mirth again...

I think the saddest thing is when we're gaming at Shiro's house, we need the interactive maps for something, and we bring up my downloads page to grab 'em.

Then everyone around the table gasps in awe and says, "HOW many downloads do you have? And NONE of them have ever been downloaded?!?!?!"

What can I say? I subscribe to get the hard copies. The PDFs are a very nice bonus. But I only use 'em when I'm actually RUNNING the campaigns, so most of 'em sit around un-downloaded...

EDIT: And getting naked to get hard (copies) is just the way I roll...


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Yay for high quality strong coffee!!!!!!!!


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I only get the PDF if there's a sale, print copies are no more, or if I just don't know I'll like it.

Also my subscription PDFs.

Sadly, my download screen is filled with every free download I could find when we got our new Mac a few years ago, so it's kind of a mess in there.

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All the new people are very frustrating. It's even worse because most of them have a reasonable complaint.


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It's great having new people, and yes, they do, I can relate to the anxiety of trying something new and not having it work right, it's very frustrating. :-)


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The only thing I've noticed is that I haven't been able to FaWtL nearly as much as I wanted to over the last few days. Where are these complaints you speak of? Must be a section I have hidden...


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captain yesterday wrote:
It's great having new people, and yes, they do, I can relate to the anxiety of trying something new and not having it work right, it's very frustrating. :-)

Such as being a responsible adult?

Ba-dum-TISH! :-P


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It's called humble bundle/download issues or something. :-)


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
It's great having new people, and yes, they do, I can relate to the anxiety of trying something new and not having it work right, it's very frustrating. :-)

Such as being a responsible adult?

Ba-dum-TISH! :-P

I've never tried being a responsible adult, I merely hope to fake my way through it before anyone figures me out.

I just think to myself, what would Tom Hanks do in Big


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
It's great having new people, and yes, they do, I can relate to the anxiety of trying something new and not having it work right, it's very frustrating. :-)

Such as being a responsible adult?

Ba-dum-TISH! :-P

I've never tried being a responsible adult, I merely hope to fake my way through it before anyone figures me out.

I just think to myself, what would Tom Hanks do in Bug

Oh, no you don't! You don't get to fix THAT typo!

That's too epic.

A crossover between The Fly and Big. Tom Hanks is trapped in an adult's body with a fly's head. Hijinks ensue...


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It was my phone, I swear! Of course you should see the s*%& I force into it's spell check.


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Merde brained a@%#%$#.

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:
Of course, now I can't say in my most haughty puffed up voice "I don't have the ACG" oh, well a dollar was too good to pass up. :-)

I didn't care for the classes in that one or occult, but I always like new spells and feats


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I love the occult classes, absolutely love them. It's my favorite book outside of the APG.

They should've kept the ACG to 6 classes.


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't know about that, honestly I think it's a crap book, but it's only a dollar and it's for charity. :-)
EVERY PENNY, I SAY!

one hundred pennies then.

I am divided on the book, I hate new classes, but I LOVE archetypes to the point that I would have intimate relations with them right now on the floor of this thread. So it's a necessary book for me, at least in part.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
It's great having new people, and yes, they do, I can relate to the anxiety of trying something new and not having it work right, it's very frustrating. :-)

Such as being a responsible adult?

Ba-dum-TISH! :-P

I've never tried being a responsible adult, I merely hope to fake my way through it before anyone figures me out.

I just think to myself, what would Tom Hanks do in Bug

Oh, no you don't! You don't get to fix THAT typo!

That's too epic.

A crossover between The Fly and Big. Tom Hanks is trapped in an adult's body with a fly's head. Hijinks ensue...

I would pay good money to see such a film.

Silver Crusade

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I also like the artwork in the books


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't know about that, honestly I think it's a crap book, but it's only a dollar and it's for charity. :-)
EVERY PENNY, I SAY!

one hundred pennies then.

I am divided on the book, I hate new classes, but I LOVE archetypes to the point that I would have intimate relations with them right now on the floor of this thread. So it's a necessary book for me, at least in part.

lights some candles, puts on some Al Green, hands Freehold a glass of wine

Why, hello there, I heard you had weakness for switching things up...


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Talk to me baby #Barry White


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Damn it, how do I always forget Barry White! Like every time!


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I've got a Carrion Crown game set for tomorrow.

Roommate's bringing a friend over, and I am chipping away at my next blog entry.


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Probably because while Barry's voice is conducive to the fun making, his background music is atrocious and so time period dated, unlike Al, who is timeless?


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Promiscuous Archetype wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't know about that, honestly I think it's a crap book, but it's only a dollar and it's for charity. :-)
EVERY PENNY, I SAY!

one hundred pennies then.

I am divided on the book, I hate new classes, but I LOVE archetypes to the point that I would have intimate relations with them right now on the floor of this thread. So it's a necessary book for me, at least in part.

lights some candles, puts on some Al Green, hands Freehold a glass of wine

Why, hello there, I heard you had weakness for switching things up...

switches out Al Green for Stevie Wonder

[Cleveland Jr. (From The Cleveland Show) style voice change]Yeah... [/Cleveland Jr. (From The Cleveland Show) style voice change]


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captain yesterday wrote:

Wow! And I thought the regular Paizo customers got surly. The humble bundle brought a whole new level of customer service trolling.

MY LIFE IS RUINED!! I BOUGHT THE ACG FOR ONE DOLLAR, I DESERVE TO DOWNLOAD IT IMMEDIATELY, WON'T SOMEBODY THINK OF THE SWASHBUCKLERS!!!!!

Incidentally I have single dollar left on my PayPal...


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NobodysHome wrote:
Ninja Cap'n Yesterday wrote:

Icy! Good to see you poking over the rubble. :-)

I have brought shame onto Tacticslion for being unable to download anything.

Or am I getting shame mixed up with mirth again...

I think the saddest thing is when we're gaming at Shiro's house, we need the interactive maps for something, and we bring up my downloads page to grab 'em.

Then everyone around the table gasps in awe and says, "HOW many downloads do you have? And NONE of them have ever been downloaded?!?!?!"

What can I say? I subscribe to get the hard copies. The PDFs are a very nice bonus. But I only use 'em when I'm actually RUNNING the campaigns, so most of 'em sit around un-downloaded...

And even then using PRD/d20pfsrd might be easier than the pdfs for the main books.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Wow! And I thought the regular Paizo customers got surly. The humble bundle brought a whole new level of customer service trolling.

MY LIFE IS RUINED!! I BOUGHT THE ACG FOR ONE DOLLAR, I DESERVE TO DOWNLOAD IT IMMEDIATELY, WON'T SOMEBODY THINK OF THE SWASHBUCKLERS!!!!!

I've been meaning to switch from dead tree to PDF. $18 for most of my collection was too good.


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
It's great having new people, and yes, they do, I can relate to the anxiety of trying something new and not having it work right, it's very frustrating. :-)

Such as being a responsible adult?

Ba-dum-TISH! :-P

You mean like being a paying customer and expecting the service provider to have infrastructure to provide the service you are paying for?

*shrug*

Of course during sales it might be expected that the infrastructure will get strained...

I remember a few sales/giveaways on GOG... The servers crashing under the strain of the overwhelming number of requests. It was almost impossible to push the "me, me, pick me" button in between the crashes. My e-mail confirmation arrived hours or maybe even a day later.


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Promiscuous Archetype wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't know about that, honestly I think it's a crap book, but it's only a dollar and it's for charity. :-)
EVERY PENNY, I SAY!

one hundred pennies then.

I am divided on the book, I hate new classes, but I LOVE archetypes to the point that I would have intimate relations with them right now on the floor of this thread. So it's a necessary book for me, at least in part.

lights some candles, puts on some Al Green Gore, hands Freehold a glass of wine

Why, hello there, I heard you had weakness for switching things up...

Less sexy now, isn't it?


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Only if you don't hover over the alias. :-)

I could try to get in costume, but yet again, the Geneva convention thought of everything.

Also pretty sure the general wouldn't like it, "Get yer own" I can hear her say right now.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Promiscuous Archetype wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I don't know about that, honestly I think it's a crap book, but it's only a dollar and it's for charity. :-)
EVERY PENNY, I SAY!

one hundred pennies then.

I am divided on the book, I hate new classes, but I LOVE archetypes to the point that I would have intimate relations with them right now on the floor of this thread. So it's a necessary book for me, at least in part.

lights some candles, puts on some Al Green Gore, hands Freehold a glass of wine

Why, hello there, I heard you had weakness for switching things up...

Less sexy now, isn't it?

only if you don't care about the environment

Community & Digital Content Director

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Goodness, this coffee is delicious.


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Drejk wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
It's great having new people, and yes, they do, I can relate to the anxiety of trying something new and not having it work right, it's very frustrating. :-)

Such as being a responsible adult?

Ba-dum-TISH! :-P

You mean like being a paying customer and expecting the service provider to have infrastructure to provide the service you are paying for?

*shrug*

Of course during sales it might be expected that the infrastructure will get strained...

I remember a few sales/giveaways on GOG... The servers crashing under the strain of the overwhelming number of requests. It was almost impossible to push the "me, me, pick me" button in between the crashes. My e-mail confirmation arrived hours or maybe even a day later.

In completely unrelated matters: I want my free Hell's Vengeance Guide NOW!


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I was able to download it, took a little while, I recommend starting the personalization, and then coming back to your download page in a half hour, I did that, and when I came back it didn't even do the 10 seconds message, just went directly to 5 seconds to download.


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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Goodness, this coffee is delicious.

I have Victor Allen's Hazelnut, the house smells so good, might make a couple pumpkin pies while I'm at it. :-)


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looks around the kitchen, decimated by a hectic week

Or maybe just the coffee, coffee is good.


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A twenty degree swing in temperatures in store for the next twenty four hours.

36 is our high for today, 56 is our high for tomorrow.

Guess which one I like best.

Silver Crusade

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I finished watching the new season of The X-Files. Meh. Was it always that over the top? Maybe I remember it being better than it was.


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Currently enjoying an enormous mug of hazelnut coffee in an attempt to have something about today not suck.
The day started with an antique blue willow milk jug that I inherited from my mom getting shattered beyond all repair and will end with a long drive in the dark because my grandma's funeral is tomorrow. And we're all sick because we really needed to make this more difficult by having the whole family come down with a nasty cold. :/

It is really good coffee. So there's that at least.


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give Lynora a one armed hug, while holding a warm cup of hazelnut coffee with the other

It is indeed, really good coffee.

Sorry about all the rest of it.

Silver Crusade

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Celestial Healer wrote:
I finished watching the new season of The X-Files. Meh. Was it always that over the top? Maybe I remember it being better than it was.

This season had it's fair share of over the topness, I think it would work better having a full season and slipping in the beast episode.I also did not care for Einstein and Miller, but overall I enjoyed it. It was like a visit from an old friend


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I still need to watch it, it's in the queue tho. :-)


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Celestial Healer wrote:
I finished watching the new season of The X-Files. Meh. Was it always that over the top? Maybe I remember it being better than it was.

you most certainly do. I was talking about old school x files with a friend and it was certainly far more awful than we all remember.


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lynora wrote:

Currently enjoying an enormous mug of hazelnut coffee in an attempt to have something about today not suck.

The day started with an antique blue willow milk jug that I inherited from my mom getting shattered beyond all repair and will end with a long drive in the dark because my grandma's funeral is tomorrow. And we're all sick because we really needed to make this more difficult by having the whole family come down with a nasty cold. :/

It is really good coffee. So there's that at least.

damn. I'm sorry, pretty lady. Please enjoy your coffee, and I hope it warms you in the cold places.


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I need to read the ACG, so I can write a scathing review about how it doesn't say adventure path on the cover anymore. :-D


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Celestial Healer wrote:
I finished watching the new season of The X-Files. Meh. Was it always that over the top? Maybe I remember it being better than it was.

I remember enjoying it with a healthy dose of "Just go with it..."

That doesn't mean that the new season isn't more, though.


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Hey, spoiler tags! Not everyone has seen the show son!

Edit: I'm kidding, I don't give a s!$& about spoilers, just don't give away how The Titanic ends, in case I ever want to watch it.


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Rogues are obsolete, I accept this.

pours a forty of whatever it is rouge is, on the pile of character sheets from decades worth of disintegrated rogues.


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That's a bit awkward. Chris came for a moment of respite and of course I had to write a joke just under her post... Terribly inappropriate joke given circumstances.


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But, fighters are still cool, right...


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C Yesterday, Spoiler Tag Police wrote:

Hey, spoiler tags! Not everyone has seen the show son!

Edit: I'm kidding, I don't give a s+@# about spoilers, just don't give away how The Titanic ends, in case I ever want to watch it.

Well, there are reasons why Titanic II was intended to get subtitle Return From The Depths.

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