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Freehold DM wrote:
I am thinking that I am going to reflavor rangers for my campaign setting to have all their spells function as oils and potions made from the humors of their favored enemies.

*props chin on palms*

Go ooooooooon...

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Huh, that ended up being highly appropriate.


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I blame Captain Yesterday entirely.


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Rysky wrote:
My coworker showed up at work with her hair in buns, she looks adorable.

Agh... Why doesn't this happen where I work? :(

Very full of stout.

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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

Oh my God no!!! Princess Leia!

Damn you 2016! Damn you!

Carrie Fisher's mom, actress Debbie Reynolds has just been rushed to the hospital, WTF 2016! WTF!

Somebody please hide Stan Lee, Sir Ian McKellen and Betty White!


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NobodysHome wrote:

I blame Captain Yesterday entirely.

Well, hey now! I didn't make anyone wait outside the store for twelve hours in subzero temperatures to get an overpriced s*~~ty toy.

I merely suggested it. To everyone.


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The Doomkitten wrote:
Maybe you should give them the mutagen class feature from the Alchemist as well, instead of Favored Terrain?

And you basically recreated witchers.

(In books witchers don't use bombs, and Igni sign isn't strong enough to be utilized as a flame-thrower)

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Debbie Reynolds, actress, singer, dancer, humanitarian, a star in her very own right. Passed away the day after her daughter Carrie.


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Very, very sad. God. This is awful.


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*sigh*

Her death, while saddening, is not surprising. Carrie Fisher's heart attack, days of fighting for her life, and subsequent death had to take a great toll on her mother's health... Debbie was 84 after all.


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What a year. [Redacted] won the [redacted], [redacted] won the [redacted], my sales are down 40% for the year, and some really cool folks had their tickets punched. Three days and change left.

"Hold on to your butts!"


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That should teach me not to brag up my kids.

Me: Tiny T-Rex is way ahead in spelling and reading!

Tiny T-Rex: Yeah, I can actually spell 'done' D-U-N"


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And another webcomic caught up to date... Why do they update so slowly?! :/

It'd be nice to win a few million dollars to be able to pay my favorite webcomic makers to drop their dayjobs and focus on their comics...


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My thoughts and prayers go with the Fisher family. A single funeral is bad enough. A double funeral is more than twice as bad. Right now, I have gone beyond sad. I just feel ... numb.


Unrelated to the current sadness: ugh, Steam - I'm trying to purchase stuff. Don't freeze on me. :/


Kind of need to know: the Endless games are on a super-big sale right now... are they worth it?

(Endless Legend and the like?)

Or should I instead spring for Pillars of Eternity (maybe even one of the big sets, like Royal Edition)?

I wish I knew how long this sale would continuuuueee...


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Endless Space was very fine space strategy. Dungeon Of The Endless was fine, though non-conventional dungeon-crawl/rogue-like. I haven't put my claws on Endless Legends, though it is supposed to be quite good.

Pillars Of Eternity is very good crpg, though it has less replay value than strategy games. It still has some replay value as there are some choices to be made during the game.


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Blazing Radiance, an incorporeal construct made of light and magic.

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Drejk wrote:
Pillars Of Eternity is very good crpg, though it has less replay value than strategy games. It still has some replay value as there are some choices to be made during the game.

I was thinking of picking this one up, is the character creator pretty good?


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Somebody please hide Stan Lee, Sir Ian McKellen and Betty White!

...and thus was created the Celebrity Protection for Posterity Programme, a method wherein treasures could be preserved for all of humanity, for all time...


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I won something, I never win anything! Do you know how many gas station coloring contests I entered into as a kid, how many balloons I tried to shave at the fair. And my god, all those slips entered to win cars at the mall (I did win a trip to Oakland once, but I turned it down because we really needed a car, I just started a new job in Seattle and it was Oakland)

It just goes to show the power of patience, you'll win something, eventually, after forty years.

Appropriately, I won by losing.


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Yeah, Cap.

I never won anything in the past either. I don't know if a roll of 13 is really lucky, though.


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I learned how to be a good loser though, and how to find my own positives in life.


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I, myself, have learned how to live with lesser expectations. That way, I'm not disappointed so much.


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Rysky wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Pillars Of Eternity is very good crpg, though it has less replay value than strategy games. It still has some replay value as there are some choices to be made during the game.
I was thinking of picking this one up, is the character creator pretty good?

Nothing really sparkly. It has also an issue with not being really transparent when it comes to mechanics - i.e. what is really needed to make an efficient character early in the game.


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*is currently chasing nugs for their skin* Level-3-daddy needs that scout coat.

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Drejk wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Pillars Of Eternity is very good crpg, though it has less replay value than strategy games. It still has some replay value as there are some choices to be made during the game.
I was thinking of picking this one up, is the character creator pretty good?
Nothing really sparkly. It has also an issue with not being really transparent when it comes to mechanics - i.e. what is really needed to make an efficient character early in the game.

Okay, I was mostly interested in the race aesthetics like are there only a few faces and races to choose from?


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PoE Races

Godlike are basically aasimars/tieflings. They are mostly human except for strange heads that prevent them wearing helms but they get some fancy ability and possible minor quest/plot options (at least once fire godlike gets a dialogue option to ignite lamp with touch instead of relying on having torch for example).

Orlans are a halfling/gnome stand-in, though they are different in many ways: they are tribal folks with animalistic traits, both physical and behavioral.

Aumaua are bigger than humans, thick skinned, sea people with somewhat Polynesian vibe.

Each race has two to three cultures associated (four divine aspects for godlike), which can influence appearance (for example wild orlans are covered in fur, while hearth orlans have generally hairless faces), especially for godlike where their aspect practically determines their appearance (e.g. flaming hair for fire-aspected goldike).


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MWAHAHAHAHAH~! DARKEST DUNGEONS, YOU ARE AT LAST MIIINNNNEEE~!

... now to go change diapers, feed children, and not play.


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Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I am thinking that I am going to reflavor rangers for my campaign setting to have all their spells function as oils and potions made from the humors of their favored enemies.

*props chin on palms*

Go ooooooooon...

I have never had someone so interested in my campaign setting before.

Hilarious sidebar - autocorrect initially changed this to "I have never had someone so integrated into my campaign setting before". So I'm thinking the special edition hardcover will have a naked succubus innocently kicking her legs while with her chin on her palms while reading the campaign setting book on the cover.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I am thinking that I am going to reflavor rangers for my campaign setting to have all their spells function as oils and potions made from the humors of their favored enemies.

*props chin on palms*

Go ooooooooon...

I have never had someone so interested in my campaign setting before.
:(
Freehold DM wrote:
Hilarious sidebar - autocorrect initially changed this to "I have never had someone so integrated into my campaign setting before". So I'm thinking the special edition hardcover will have a naked succubus innocently kicking her legs while with her chin on her palms while reading the campaign setting book on the cover.

DO THIS THING, OH NOBLE SOUL.


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So, four kids currently here. I asked what kind of lunchmeat they all liked. 3 ham, one hard salami. So I get a pound of ham and half pound of hard salami (still a decent amount).

So far zero kids have had the ham. Which is more then cool with me, because now I have all the ham.

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captain yesterday wrote:

So, four kids currently here. I asked what kind of lunchmeat they all liked. 3 ham, one hard salami. So I get a pound of ham and half pound of hard salami (still a decent amount).

So far zero kids have had the ham. Which is more then cool with me, because now I have all the ham.

You are the hammiest.


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captain yesterday wrote:

So, four kids currently here. I asked what kind of lunchmeat they all liked. 3 ham, one hard salami. So I get a pound of ham and half pound of hard salami (still a decent amount).

So far zero kids have had the ham. Which is more then cool with me, because now I have all the ham.

if possible, I would crash into your living room on a zip line via a window, somersault over your kids heads, roll into your kitchen, steal your ham, give you a jaunty salute, and then drop a smoke bomb to cover my escape before your children, realizing I am taking the ham, initiate countermeasures.


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I plan on spending New Year's Eve watching some upbeat anime while drinking as much Sake as I'm able to tolerate. Take that, 2016, and go F**k Yourself. And never darken my doorstep again!


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I'm going to my brother's place out of town, no drinking, will leave early so I can try to avoid dying from drunk drivers.


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Specifically, I'll shoot 2016 the finger at one second to midnight. And one second after, I'll toast 2017.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
I plan on spending New Year's Eve watching some upbeat anime while drinking as much Sake as I'm able to tolerate. Take that, 2016, and go F**k Yourself. And never darken my doorstep again!

Don't do that!

2016 may get a final fatality!


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Sake doesn't kill people, if it did I'd be toast.

And I once drank a bunch of Sake at a biker barbecue.


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Commandant Happy Hour wrote:

Sake doesn't kill people, if it did I'd be toast.

And I once drank a bunch of Sake at a biker barbecue.

With the way 2016 is being, I wouldn't trust that.


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Rysky wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Pillars Of Eternity is very good crpg, though it has less replay value than strategy games. It still has some replay value as there are some choices to be made during the game.
I was thinking of picking this one up, is the character creator pretty good?

I thought I'd looove it; I liked making an elf who could do rapier & dagger, but I found it quite frustrating to play, as everything I ran into after a bit had some sort of killer DR that prevented my wizard pal and I from doing any damage to it. But that probably meant that I was doing it wrong...


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captain yesterday wrote:

So, four kids currently here. I asked what kind of lunchmeat they all liked. 3 ham, one hard salami. So I get a pound of ham and half pound of hard salami (still a decent amount).

So far zero kids have had the ham. Which is more then cool with me, because now I have all the ham.

A pork-a lips now!

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Limeylongears wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Pillars Of Eternity is very good crpg, though it has less replay value than strategy games. It still has some replay value as there are some choices to be made during the game.
I was thinking of picking this one up, is the character creator pretty good?
I thought I'd looove it; I liked making an elf who could do rapier & dagger, but I found it quite frustrating to play, as everything I ran into after a bit had some sort of killer DR that prevented my wizard pal and I from doing any damage to it. But that probably meant that I was doing it wrong...

Im reminded of my first Neverwinter Nights 2 character. I had absolutely no idea how DnD worked, least of all the bonuses and what not. So I made a Bard.

That dual-wielded greatswords.

I have no f+$#ing clue how I beat that game.


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Rysky wrote:

Im reminded of my first Neverwinter Nights 2 character. I had absolutely no idea how DnD worked, least of all the bonuses and what not. So I made a Bard.

That dual-wielded greatswords.

I have no f!@~ing clue how I beat that game.

Because it couldn't handle that level of awesome?


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Rysky wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Pillars Of Eternity is very good crpg, though it has less replay value than strategy games. It still has some replay value as there are some choices to be made during the game.
I was thinking of picking this one up, is the character creator pretty good?
I thought I'd looove it; I liked making an elf who could do rapier & dagger, but I found it quite frustrating to play, as everything I ran into after a bit had some sort of killer DR that prevented my wizard pal and I from doing any damage to it. But that probably meant that I was doing it wrong...

Im reminded of my first Neverwinter Nights 2 character. I had absolutely no idea how DnD worked, least of all the bonuses and what not. So I made a Bard.

That dual-wielded greatswords.

I have no f@&$ing clue how I beat that game.

So, basically a viking skald who's found a cool weapon abroad. ;-)


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captain yesterday wrote:

That should teach me not to brag up my kids.

Me: Tiny T-Rex is way ahead in spelling and reading!

Tiny T-Rex: Yeah, I can actually spell 'done' D-U-N"

The Tiny One is not wrong...just not right in the way you expected. ;)


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Aaand... we have a wall...
...one down, five+ to go (counting floor and ceiling).

OK, so it took me 3 days to one-handedly bolt to the foundation, insulate, drywall, and reroute wiring in an 18'x8' wall. Not exactly spectacular speed. But it's progress, and considering I'm working on a sprained ankle, pushing 50, and utterly untrained, it came out pretty darned well.

So yeah, the garage isn't going to be finished before the end of the break, but the weather's warming up, I'm getting better at what I'm doing, and pretty soon I get to start using the nail gun to put in shear wall. Whee!


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The new twist in the Hatchimal phenomenon, people are waiting to return their s&+!ty ones for... wait for it... new Hatchimals. Yup, they're waiting for our next shipment so they can wait until we open. Again.


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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:
The new twist in the Hatchimal phenomenon, people are waiting to return their s#~!ty ones for... wait for it... new Hatchimals. Yup, they're waiting for our next shipment so they can wait until we open. Again.

I had heard some of them were broken. I can't blame them for wanting something that works.

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