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Klaus!!


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That's a lot of excitement!

Grand Lodge

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AngryNerdRageDemon wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
I should also note that the Topic Regarding the Discussion of the Forums are Way too Long is Way too Long.
I agree! Should be, like, 10 posts maximum! >:(

Then every thread would be nothing but zombie blitzes.


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Tacticslion wrote:
That's a lot of excitement!

Of course, it's Klaus. :-)


Yeah! And it could have a cute nickname! "Zomblitzes"!

Clearly, this is the best way! IsaacX was riiiiiiiight~! For the revolution~!

Heheh, suckers! This is going to foment so much anarchy!


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I declare Aasimar should be animal people in my campaign setting. Why? I want furries, and I already made the Aasimar a former priesthood race with an established place in society rather than random celestial descendants. I also established that the gods (who are now gone) were some straight up Ancient Egypt looking dudes. If they were going to create a priesthood race, it'd look like a bunch of furries, because the gods were a bunch of furries. Also, Aasimar can shapeshift between human head, animal head, and degrees in between, and grow or not grow tails or fur (or skin wkth fur colored patterns) as desired. That's where catgirls come from. Human head with animal ears and tail is a popular fashion statement among Aasimar. It literally has no purpose other than to look cool, and that's the whole point.

Conveniently, this makes the wildly different artwork of catfolk in Paizo books all valid, and satisfies both "I just want a human with cat ears" and "cat people should have actual cat heads and such" factions.


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Ah, that blissful but regrettably brief moment when you look around and the kitchen is completely clean. This is inevitably and abruptly ended by someone putting a dirty glass on the counter, totally oblivious to the fact that you just finished washing the dishes.


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Ah, that blissful but regrettably brief moment when you look around and the kitchen is completely clean. This is inevitably and abruptly ended by someone putting a dirty glass on the counter, totally oblivious to the fact that you just finished washing the dishes.

My "polite" ants were very good for a couple of weeks; no more than a few dozen in the kitchen at once, and all in "acceptable" places.

Then I was sick in bed for a day.

Since no one else in the family cleans, we went from "a few dozen" to "a few thousand" and they were in EVERYTHING.

Took a couple of days of militant cleaning to convince them to go back to their "acceptable" pathways.

*Sigh*

(Of course, being a former backpacker with total "bugs = extra protein" parents, I was unperturbed at finding ants in my hot coffee in the morning. I just got a spoon, scooped out the corpses, and had my coffee. Others might not be quite so nonchalant about dining on bugs. And ants are darned bitter -- you have to make sure to scoop 'em all out.)


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Woe onto anything that f%@~s with my coffee...


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Wow! Our neighborhood got hit hard with storms. Between a foot or more of rain the night before, followed by 50-70 mph winds yesterday, trees and fences are down everywhere.

No injuries, or huge property loss, thankfully, cleanup is always fun to watch.


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Aranna wrote:
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Ah yes. Eclipse phase, Toon, Mekton Zeta, Traveller, RIFTS, Call of Cthulhu, Street Fighter. And probably lots more. But I will stop now.
Ah, Mekton my boyfriend's old favorite RPG. So many stories to tell there... But back then I was a Rifts girl. I still remember my three questions you need to ask every Rifts GM before playing: first was What power catagory should the characters be? Next was How are you handling MDC? And lastly How did you fix the rapid fire rules?

~shakes my head in sorrow~ Wrong third question.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Wow! Our neighborhood got hit hard with storms. Between a foot or more of rain the night before, followed by 50-70 mph winds yesterday, trees and fences are down everywhere.

No injuries, or huge property loss, thankfully, cleanup is always fun to watch.

as you can see, spring is evil.


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You have an awfully strange way of spelling Beautiful.


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Klaus van der Kroft wrote:

Hey there, FaWtLers! It's been a while. How have you been?

I should also note that the Topic Regarding the Discussion of the Forums are Way too Long is Way too Long.

Hi! How are you?


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My son's first soccer game! Woo!


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I CAN'T STOP RAVING ABOUT SHAROTHS AWESOME PACKAGE!


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Freehold DM wrote:
I CAN'T STOP RAVING ABOUT SHAROTHS AWESOME PACKAGE!

I am just glad that you like it. Don't worry about the slow acting contact poison. It will not hurt a bit.


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KLAUS!


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John Cleese On How They Sold Monty Python To The BBC


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Captain Yesterday's guide to expeditious reshop: put your cart in a central location, thus ensuring it's quickly forgotten, get a new cart, repeat.

Don't worry, someone else will put away the wayward carts, or they'll put it back upfront, thus ensuring a steady supply of reshop to lose.


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My fingers are numb all of a sudden...


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That's no good...


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Tacticslion wrote:
My son's first soccer game! Woo!

We both tied! Three-to-three! How epic! :D


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I picked up three CDs a few days ago for $5 a piece. They were...

Def Leppard - Pyromania

Paramore - Brand New Eyes

Halestorm - The Strange Case of Halesorm.

Having said that, I was playing the Halestorm CD and I realized that it was better than I had thought it would be. There was at least a little bit of depth to it and Lzzy Hale does know how to sing (and scream).


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Monster Manual Question of the Week:
What has five arms and sucks?

Answer:

Def Leppard.

Disclaimer:

I owned Pyromania. Good album. I just always liked the joke...


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~laughter~ I also like it.


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I saw Quiet Riot, once.

Or at least I was supposed to, not that I really cared, I was 15 and my girlfriend at the time really liked them and they came to Monroe.

But I got there a few minutes late (like literally less then five minutes) and she went in with my best friend at the time, and gave him hand jobs in the back.

And that was my worst birthday ever.


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Freehold DM wrote:
My fingers are numb all of a sudden...

~concerned look~ Just your fingers? Are you sure that no OTHER extremities are going numb? ~grumbles~ Now what slow acting contact poison did I use? ~reads through the description~ DAMN!!! I used slow acting contact poison F12, instead of slow acting contact poison F21. ~shrugs~ Oh well. I guess I do not mind if he suffers excruciating pain and hallucinations instead of a gradual madness and loss of certain body parts.


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Sharoth wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
My fingers are numb all of a sudden...
~concerned look~ Just your fingers? Are you sure that no OTHER extremities are going numb? ~grumbles~ Now what slow acting contact poison did I use? ~reads through the description~ DAMN!!! I used slow acting contact poison F12, instead of slow acting contact poison F21. ~shrugs~ Oh well. I guess I do not mind if he suffers excruciating pain and hallucinations instead of a gradual madness and loss of certain body parts.

Oh, dear. Oh, dear, dear dear. Sloppy. That means you'll lose out on ISO accreditation this year. Recite the Assassin's Creed 20 times, jab yourself in the eye with a suitably unrealistic but cool concealed weapon and report back to me using feedback form 203975489b/350 and hopefully I shan't have to take things any further.


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Abandoned Awe: Old Space Sites Should Inspire Exploration


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I figured out who will be my third evil character... :-)


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So, for those keeping track at home, the evil characters I've created (due to a choice of that or housework, character creation doesn't wake up Tiny T-Rex (who thankfully has been sleeping in).

- a halfling psychic aspiring to be a Lich created entirely by being bored on a Friday.

- a gypsy Warpriest based on a Rancid song, which is evidently based on a comic book I've never read.

-a goblin (class TBD, ideas welcome) orphaned and raised by Paladins.

- a Ghoran (delicious plant people) Witch sick of seeing her kin eaten, wants to turn the tables (created by my wife, who doesn't like being called the general, it turns out, New nickname tbd).


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captain yesterday wrote:

So, for those keeping track at home, the evil characters I've created (due to a choice of that or housework, character creation doesn't wake up Tiny T-Rex (who thankfully has been sleeping in).

- a halfling psychic aspiring to be a Lich created entirely by being bored on a Friday.

- a gypsy Warpriest based on a Rancid song, which is evidently based on a comic book I've never read.

-a goblin (class TBD, ideas welcome) orphaned and raised by Paladins.

- a Ghoran (delicious plant people) Witch sick of seeing her kin eaten, wants to turn the tables (created by my wife, who doesn't like being called the general, it turns out, New nickname tbd).

but..but..I already have her as the general in my mind...


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It would seem I got hung up on the whole commanding officer shtick and didn't focus enough on the superhero shtick, or the proud to be a nerd grrl angle, we'll see, she can be a wild card for someone that's primarily lawful good. :-)

Edit: she is from a military family, so it's complicated.


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It is amazing to me just how desperate some companies are to NOT do business with you.

This week I ordered three things:
(1) A gift for my nephew at the local toy store. They just took my info (name, address, credit card, phone), where I wanted the item shipped (just an address with a greeting), and boom! Done! It's off.

(2) A charger for my Celica from Amazon. Admittedly, it was to my home address, but it shipped the same day.

(3) A gift for a friend from a manufacturer. They asked for more information than I was willing to give (my e-mail, phone, address, name, credit card, but then the destination e-mail, phone, etc., and I will NOT give out other people's contact information. Ever.) so I only gave them my information and then the destination address. In other words, everything the toy store had needed, and everything any reasonable company would need to ship a package. So they charged my credit card, left the charge sitting there for a week, then decided that they weren't going to process the order after all and cancelled the charge... without ever ONCE contacting me. "Well, you didn't give us all the information we wanted to be able to spam your friend, so we're not going to sell to you."

You know, if that's your attitude, I can live with that. Oh, gosh! I have to keep my money! What a hardship!


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Freehold DM wrote:
I CAN'T STOP RAVING ABOUT SHAROTHS AWESOME PACKAGE!

Sharoth's "package" is legendary.


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The band is wailing tight and I feel like groovin'
The chicks are out of sight and I am-approvin'


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Scott Lynch wrote:
“Any man can fart in a closed room and say that he commands the wind"


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Sharoth wrote:
Aranna wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Ah yes. Eclipse phase, Toon, Mekton Zeta, Traveller, RIFTS, Call of Cthulhu, Street Fighter. And probably lots more. But I will stop now.
Ah, Mekton my boyfriend's old favorite RPG. So many stories to tell there... But back then I was a Rifts girl. I still remember my three questions you need to ask every Rifts GM before playing: first was What power catagory should the characters be? Next was How are you handling MDC? And lastly How did you fix the rapid fire rules?
~shakes my head in sorrow~ Wrong third question.

Oh? Do you have a better one?


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Is there a bathroom in my Glitterboy?


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Quite suddenly, I've found myself looking forward to two weekends of in-person gaming with new groups! Pretty sure one of them isn't going to work out long-term, for scheduling reasons. But hey, they're both 4e groups!!!

Spoiler:
Go ahead, I included that detail just to see your reaction. ;)

And because I'm late to the what-I've-played party...

AD&D 2e: I miss Tony DiTerlizzi's artwork, and Planescape.

D&D 3.x: "If only 3e-style multiclassing worked the way I want it to work" is pretty much the basis of my fantasy heartbreaker.

D&D 4e: Best D&D yet.

Blue Planet: A hard(?) sci-fi rpg that I played a few sessions of. Not my usual cuppa tea, but we were round-robin GMing, and one of the guys in the group loved it. It wasn't until the 2nd or 3rd session that I was like "Wait, you mean the computers in this game talk like the ones on Star Trek?!" The game probably gains purchase the more harder sci-fi you read.

Chaos Academy: An indie rpg I played once at a con. It was fun that once, but not my cuppa tea. Very rules-light, improv-heavy.

Vampire the Masquerade: I quickly decided that I detested the GM after the first session, so there was never a second.

Exalted 2e: Just a scene of pbp play, after which I gave up on the pbp format. Apparently 2e is super-broken anyway, so maybe it's better that I didn't continue the Exalted experience at that point in my life.

Grand Lodge

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I get to rock our Scooby Doo and the Carrion Crown game as well as our local gameday this weekend. Plus possibly doing a character jam for a new group. So. Much. Pathfinder.


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Cary Elwes: "As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of the Princess Bride"


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Speaking of live music, sunny afternoons (68 outside right now), and procrastination, I, too, am a "disliker" of live concerts.

But what I despise far, far, FAR more than live concerts, where you expect the music to be deafening, is the modern trend of providing live LOUD music EVERYWHERE.

My "rule of life" is simple: If I cannot carry on a conversation with a person directly in front of me in a normal tone of voice, then your "background" music is too loud.

There's a wonderful pub just down the road from us; maybe 600' or so. Their food is excellent, and the owner has fantastic taste in fresh beers so there's a new variety every week. Unfortunately, the owner also likes live music, so every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, we can hear the indoor music from our house! We were there ONCE when the music started playing. All conversation was dead. We couldn't even shout across the table to each other. It was... agony.
We have the same problem at our Farmer's Market on Sundays. They have live music. And every few weeks, you get some band that feels that anything under 100 decibels isn't worth listening to. And I can't hear the vendors, and they can't hear me. Why why why why WHY?!?!?!

I wish every event had a "sound safety monitor" who got to go around with a bolt cutter and a decibel meter. Over 100 decibels at a distance of 6' from the speakers? *snip*. Show's over.

EDIT: I was curious, so I looked up a table: A normal conversation at 3' is about 70 dB. A subway train 200' away is 95 dB. A power mower at 3' is 107 dB. Since I know from personal experience that the power mower is about the level of the music in the pub, I think my 100 dB cap is more than generous.


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Spring Break!! Whoo hoo!


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And you've got a swanky hat, braids, a gold collar and a lovely new beak to celebrate, I see.


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Yes, just need to get a bottle of rum, and send the kids off to the grandparents, and see what happens.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:
I get to rock our Scooby Doo and the Carrion Crown game as well as our local gameday this weekend.

You played WHAT?

Shadow Lodge

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Oh you didn't know?


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looks wistfully at Ghostbusters, then over to Carrion Crown

Someday...

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