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It was a misunderstanding due to how Pea Bear had something written in her story that led the General to believe the portal originated from... well, you get the idea.


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BOOM, headshot! Sniper extraordinaire, here, my friend. Heh.

Also: BOOM, phrasing! (That's for you, cap, to make up for the snipe.)


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We must become futuristic versions of ourselves.


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Done and done!

Grand Lodge

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Futuristic protocols active.


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We have made it exactly two (!) days without the cats knocking down the Christmas tree! Woo! New record!
And I made pillow shams that look like presents. They are adorable on the sofa and add to the general festiveness of the living room. :)

Not very futuristic I must admit. Eh, you've gotta have primitive folks around to impress with your sweet futuristic selves. What's the point if there's no one to be awed? ;P


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Freehold DM wrote:

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Ayuhp. 'S tumorrer, fuh shore. Fewcherized, 'n such.


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The future! It is so bright! I MUST WEAR SHADES!!!!


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Rysky wrote:
Heavy rain and tornado warning means the gym is pretty much dead. So I'm pretty much getting paid to watch Picarto today.

Oh right your in TN too.


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Freehold DM wrote:

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Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!


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Freehold DM wrote:

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I beat you to it. Nya nya!


Freehold DM wrote:

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You rang?


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I am the paradox because the future version of myself is really a time traveler from the future who left he future to live in the past.

WHO IS JOHN TITOR?


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I have enough aliases I could use one every day of the year, including leap year.

So there's that.


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IT IS THE FUTURE

Silver Crusade

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FFXV.

Has.

Individual.

Shaders.

For.

The.

FOOD.


Rysky wrote:

FFXV.

Has.

Individual.

Shaders.

For.

The.

FOOD.

and yet... No Lulu. No traditional game play. Just button mashing. Blah.

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:

FFXV.

Has.

Individual.

Shaders.

For.

The.

FOOD.

and yet... No Lulu. No traditional game play. Just button mashing. Blah.

I haven't played many Final Fantasy games, but what would be "traditional gameplay"?


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Lulu.

Silver Crusade

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She was only in 2 games so not that traditonal...


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Rysky wrote:
She was only in 2 games so not that traditonal...

turn based non button mashing combat with a xp based system for both character development and skill learning.

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:
She was only in 2 games so not that traditonal...
turn based non button mashing combat with a xp based system for both character development and skill learning.

Fair point about turn based, but there isn't any button mashing, as I said in the other post I just do it cause I want to.

And seperate XP for levels and skills? Do you mean classes' ability points?

This one so far I've seen XP for leveling, and skills tree for various things.


Ugh. No skill tree. Ugh. Cannot put into words how much I hate skill trees.

Silver Crusade

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;_;

... I love skill trees...


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Is that what Skyrim has, if it is I'm with Freehold, I hate those!

Silver Crusade

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... yes.


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drinks Rysky's tears, gets drunk

Skill trees are what are keeping me from getting more into the Witcher... And that game is really addictive

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:

drinks Rysky's tears, gets drunk

Skill trees are what are keeping me from getting more into the Witcher... And that game is really addictive

Yeah, those are high proof.

And the Witcher has Skill Trees?! SQUUUUUUUUUUEEEEEEE!


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Apparently, in the future, I don't exist.

We've been successfully getting deliveries at this address for 14 years now, from pretty much every service you can think of: FedEx, DHL, UPS, USPS, Saia, etc.

So imagine my surprise when I was notified that USPS couldn't deliver part of Impus Major's Christmas present because our address doesn't actually exist.

What's awesome is going to the USPS tracking site and seeing it right there: The address is correct, the ZIP code is correct, but we don't exist.

Forgive me, but the future SUCKS...


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It would seem we have a mole sir.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Apparently, in the future, I don't exist.

We've been successfully getting deliveries at this address for 14 years now, from pretty much every service you can think of: FedEx, DHL, UPS, USPS, Saia, etc.

So imagine my surprise when I was notified that USPS couldn't deliver part of Impus Major's Christmas present because our address doesn't actually exist.

What's awesome is going to the USPS tracking site and seeing it right there: The address is correct, the ZIP code is correct, but we don't exist.

Forgive me, but the future SUCKS...

that may be because you are floating in a cylinder full of sparkly liquid and I have replaced you.


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Limey Of Barsoom wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

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We must become futuristic versions of ourselves.

Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!

I am not letting anyone take away my trousers.


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I made pumpkin pies.

A week after thanksgiving.

I anticipate the turkey will get cooked by February or so.


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Drejk wrote:
Limey Of Barsoom wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

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Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!

I am not letting anyone take away my trousers.

You could always wear a skirt if they get your trousers.


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Aranna wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Limey Of Barsoom wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

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Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!

I am not letting anyone take away my trousers.
You could always wear a skirt if they get your trousers.

They are called Kilts, not skirts. Get it right.


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I still regret not wearing a sarong during the five minutes in the 90's it was almost fashionable for slightly-open-minded teenage and twenty-something men to wear them.


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I'm doing a Christmas giveaway thingy again this year.


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Can I use multiple aliases to increase my chances of winning. By a lot.


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Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:
Can I use multiple aliases to increase my chances of winning. By a lot.

Ummmm...no.

It would give you quite the advantage, though. :)


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Kajehase wrote:
I still regret not wearing a sarong during the five minutes in the 90's it was almost fashionable for slightly-open-minded teenage and twenty-something men to wear them.

That sounds... draughty...


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Aranna wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Limey Of Barsoom wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

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We must become futuristic versions of ourselves.

Does it mean brain-powered airships and no trousers for anyone?

If so, COUNT ME IN!

I am not letting anyone take away my trousers.
You could always wear a skirt if they get your trousers.

No skirts either!


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In fact, nothing but HOTPANTS!

HUZZAH!


Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:

FFXV.

Has.

Individual.

Shaders.

For.

The.

FOOD.

and yet... No Lulu. No traditional game play. Just button mashing. Blah.

So... like the earlier FFs, then?

(Also, Lulu really didn't make that game in good, in particular.)

Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:
She was only in 2 games so not that traditonal...
turn based non button mashing combat with a xp based system for both character development and skill learning.

To some extent, the ATB was "more" button-mashing than "traditional" turn-based system - you had to beat your opponent, and if you just hung around instead of rapidly navigating the system, you'd get hit before you could do the same.

Though I greatly prefer FFT's actual turn-based system, the ATB was clearly a precursor to the more "active" battle systems.


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Gotta work tonight, I'm scheduled until midnight, but I'm pretty sure I can get everything done by 10 and hopefully out by 11.

Either way I'm not happy having to work or wait until midnight and piss away time to watch Top Chef. >:-(>


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It has been three days without the cats knocking down the Christmas tree! Another new record! :)

Starting to entertain the faintest glimmer of hope that this tree might last more than one year. It is more substantial than the trees I usually buy. But there's still a lot of December left for the kitties to dash that hope along with the tree, so I am not yet entertaining actual optimism.


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gran rey's totally un-helpful advice on keeping cats from destroying the Christmas tree: Get rid of the cats.

You are welcome for this un-helpful advice.


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And NobodysHome has a Blue Apron epiphany!

I was looking at tonight's recipe (a fairly standard spaghetti and meatballs) and, having a teensy bit of experience (the first dish I ever cooked, so *only* 38 years of practice), I recognized the entire issue: Everywhere I would add red wine, Blue Apron adds water.

I checked the other recipes.

Sure enough, the "bad", flavorless recipes are ones where I'd be using white wine (fish), sherry (chicken), port (pork), or red wine (beef), and they use water instead.

I don't know whether it's a legal thing or what (I suspect there are all kinds of laws restricting shipments of alcohol), but they really need to add red and white wine to their lists of stuff you need at home. (Above and beyond olive oil, salt, and pepper.)

I happen to have a cheap bottle of red I don't mind cooking with just lying around. I'm going to try doing my final Blue Apron meal replacing every mention of the word "water" with "red wine" and I'll let you know how it does.

(OK, I'm lying. I'll still cook the pasta in water. But otherwise...)


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gran rey de los mono wrote:

gran rey's totally un-helpful advice on keeping cats from destroying the Christmas tree: Get rid of the cats.

You are welcome for this un-helpful advice.

I am now requesting that Paizo provide a thumbs-down service just for this one post.

EDIT: Yes, I'm a man who has said, "I'd rather have cats than nice furniture", so I may be biased...


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Damn kids today mailing it in! Time to school these b+#$$es, office spacing it is my shtick!

Looks like no Top Chef for me tonight.


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NobodysHome wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

gran rey's totally un-helpful advice on keeping cats from destroying the Christmas tree: Get rid of the cats.

You are welcome for this un-helpful advice.

I am now requesting that Paizo provide a thumbs-down service just for this one post.

EDIT: Yes, I'm a man who has said, "I'd rather have cats than nice furniture", so I may be biased...

I said it was "totally un-helpful advice".

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