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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Does anyone know if British social mores would typically find it acceptable to chuck an empty bottle of Irn Bru at the guy loudly playing American Christmas music on his phone in the hostel common room?

Plastic bottle or glass bottle?

Generally, the thing to do is to go up to the individual in question and say:

"Pardon me, old fruit, but if you don't stop with that f@@$ing racket I will f*~&ing well carve you up like a f$$%ing Christmas day turkey, you f$&~ing f@*@"

NB: Actually, don't do that. Seriously, don't. Just don't. Instead, stare at him in a suitably passive-aggressive way for about 10 minutes, then leave, tutting audibly. You'll fit right in.

EDIT: And it makes it all the more effective if you are NUUUUUDE.


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Happy New Year's, all!

This year, I resolve to run a smashing awesome campaign!


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Hope you all had a happy New Year's Eve.

I have some errands to clear through before university starts.


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Limeylongears wrote:

A site where you can legally download absolutely tons of smashing free Lone Wolf stuff

All the books are on there (as epubs)

I cannot thank you enough for this.

Lone Wolf is a very important series to me.

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Happy 2017 dear fellows!

May we, and all we hold dear, friends, family, friends who are family, and our civil liberties, make it to the other side of 2018.

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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Happy New Year's, all!

This year, I resolve to run a smashing awesome campaign!

I have communal food, strong beverages, and 46 PCs encompassing nearly every roleplaying game that has the word 'Imperial' somewhere in the text, standing by for your offer to DM.

LET'S DO THIS!


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I also resolve to try to learn how to speak Japanese, so that I may be of better use to the Anime convention I work for.


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I purchased a British approximation of an American approximation of a Mexican dish. Meta as hell, but it wasn't pulled off at all.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Happy New Year's, all!

This year, I resolve to run a smashing awesome campaign!

I have communal food, strong beverages, and 46 PCs encompassing nearly every roleplaying game that has the word 'Imperial' somewhere in the text, standing by for your offer to DM.

LET'S DO THIS!

I'd love to DM for the NYC crew, but I now live in a faraway land of sunshine and sand!


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The beach!


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Wow, it's been a while since I posted. Took some time off for the holidays cause it was apparently necessary. :)
Had a good Christmas. Kidlet got spoiled and so did I. Including many knitting things and a fancy new coffee maker. I am very well caffeinated these days. ^.^
New Years was decent. We ate lots of junk food and watched movies. And then on New Years day I did the traditional putting away of the decorations and kicked off the annual Cleaning and Organizing of the House, which is still going on. It takes most of January to get through everything, to be honest. Mostly due to all of us being the sort of people who put unpleasant tasks into piles to do later and then just move the piles around instead of doing the tasks. Procrastination is a way of life here. :P
No resolutions this year. Just plugging away at the goals I already had. For whatever reason I am much more likely to keep resolutions if I make them in mid-October than if I make them at New Years. I'm just weird like that.


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Wayward Pines is a frustrating show.

The first season is great, right up until the last minute or so.

The second season is terrible, right up until the last minute or so.


Running two very different RotR groups. Should be fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiine.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Running two very different RotR groups. Should be fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiine.

Different how? One good, one evil?

One incompetent, one minmaxy?

One undead, one living?

One super lighthearted and goofy, one GRIMDARK GRIMDARK GRIMDARK?

...I could keep going, but you get the idea.


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Happy New Year, FaWtLies!!

I had the privilege of adulting the shenanigans of the delinquent on New Year's Day.

1) Guy arrives at party already lit. Proceeds to drink self to an entirely new level of annihilation. I stop him from trying to drive home about 5 hours later. Hour and a half after his last drink, he slips out the side door of our host's house, and attempts to drive out of the yard (NW 'Bama had some wet, waterlogged weather this past weekend). He buries his front-wheel drive Hyundai nearly to the axles in the yard, gives up, goes inside, and steals my spot on the couch. The next morning, while he is still passed out (now in the living room floor), those of us with higher Constitution scores/Fortitude saves go attempt to discern what the problem was. He left his emergency brake engaged. Good thing, too.

2) Somehow, someway, it was decided by popular acclaim (I was indoors, and not party to it in any shape, form, or fashion), that killing someone's oversized Kenny doll was the best idea ever. How was this best accomplished? By modifying the doll's posterior section to . . . accommodate . . . a fireworks launch tube, and positioning said incendiary device in Kenny-doll's posterior. Light fuse, run away. "Hilarity" ensues. To the tune of something in the neighborhood of 9 cubic feet of of tiny Styrofoam pellets being scattered across host's yard and his neighbor's. Those responsible were either incapacitated or absent when the time came to address the mess. One shop vac, two extension cords, and three men later? The shop vac gave out just as we finished getting the neighbor's yard (mostly) free of stuffing. Host's yard? Still snowy.

I have submitted a motion to the Advisory Council, and its chair, Papa Bear (our host), that I be declared "The Decider" henceforth, and for all festival proceedings at his residence. The motion has been seconded, and thirded, but not yet passed . . . .

Regardless, good times. :D


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I made a little intro to my current project here, for those interested!


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I don't do these cause self-improvement is my passion anyways, but My goal will be to finish this project i'm working on before the end of 2017.

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Over this long weekend, I ran about 24 hours of Pathfinder. That was fun.


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I made a race of sentient cow people that seek to take over the world through agricultural dominance.

And armies.


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I mostly just streamed.


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I bought a ticket to Rochester for Thursday. I needed something to do that day (I was able to fit two days of plans into yesterday, so my touristing is rather ahead of schedule now), and Rochester Castle sounds super appealing, because the Tower of London got my mood for medieval stuff pumped.

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We also bought tickets to Elimination Chamber, so that's a thing.


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captain yesterday wrote:

I made a race of sentient cow people that seek to take over the world through agricultural dominance.

And armies.

Bonus points for them using poleaxes.


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So I've done it. I've now joined the proud ranks of the geographers who have made the pilgrimmage to Greenwich Observatory and seen the placard of the Prime Meridian. Yes, I am aware that the actual meridian line is about 250 meters east or so, but there's not a placard out there, so it doesn't count. Point is, I've journeyed to the single most instrumental research institution of our entire discipline. Totally worth the titanic jet lag I have right now.

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Question for Freehold.

Sexy?


Trinam wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Running two very different RotR groups. Should be fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiine.

Different how? One good, one evil?

One incompetent, one minmaxy?

One undead, one living?

One super lighthearted and goofy, one GRIMDARK GRIMDARK GRIMDARK?

...I could keep going, but you get the idea.

This is one.

The other is a six-PC game with each person having a strong affinity to one of the seven sins er, magic schools... yeah... that's what I meant... >.>

*ahem*

... any-way, each is, in effect, a kind of living spell-like creature (with a few modifications)* that has the ability to use one spell per level of each of their own discipline, and one transmutation. So far, though there is a little bit of overlap**, and a bit "out-of-typical-discipline" elements to each character**, they kind of line up fairly pretty well...

The first one isn't really going yet, but I already anticipate great confusion once it starts! With the second, we've managed to enjoy the Swallowtail Festival, get through most of the "extra stuff" things you have going on after that, and just met Shalelu. Ameiko stuff starts when they wake up "tomorrow" (more or less).

* Living Spell is a creature kind from the old 3.5 Eberron Campaign Setting; this is modified by getting "monsters with class levels" ability bonuses (though they don't have class levels) and the fact that their highest spell level is 3+AP installment (so, 4th level spells at present; 5th level once they leave Burnt Offerings for Skinsaw Murders; and so on). They all believe (or at least did, until the campaign started) they are human (or half elf, in the case of the enchantment/illusion people). They all have all cantrips and a few minor things from every spell school. They aren't actually the Living Spell creature, though - I merely borrowed rules from that for this. No, they will find they are... more interesting, I think... (at least eventually, maybe).
** Both enchantment-associated and illusion-associated are rather strong on the flirty side (the latter having been more or less okay with the Shayliss thing); the enchantment-associated (fey heritage) has a strong focus on knowledge-based stuff and is a lore-master; the conjuration-associated actually is a hard worker and go-get'er (followed by enjoying a solid rest, though); the necromancy-associated one likes nature and wild animals and plants (is asocial, though); and the evocation one wants to be a Riddleport pirate lord, after being wanted in [s]Magnimar Korvosa for killing a murderous Acadimae instructor in an honor duel[/s]- oh, uh, I guess that fits, yeah. None of those are 'wrong' though - they actually line up pretty well.

EDIT: wrong city, whoops!

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and the gates of hell have been thrown open wide for your arrival.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

Question for Freehold.

Sexy?

Very sexy.

I would love to see a side by side comparison with the original, which was the first star wars kit ever, to my knowledge.

Because y wings rule.


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When you have your dad's beagle over (in addition to your own beagle), every trip outside is an adventure.

Add a layer of wet ice to that.

Yeah, I'm pretty sore, but not as sore as I could be.

Also, it turns out A) female beagle showing concern is a huge sexual trigger for our beagle. B) he really needs to stop trying to put in the ear. C) Walking Two Beagles Humping needs to be the name of the next alt rock super group.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
and the gates of hell have been thrown open wide for your arrival.

Highly Appropriate.


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Wet snow.

Sore throat.

Expedition to shop for some food.

*sigh*


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Day one of cleaning up after the General spent the last four days baking.

And I already have a new monster proposal: Yeast Ooze.


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*makes note*


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My one regret is that I wasn't really posting here when Quick Runner's shirt first came out, so I wasn't able to properly make an AM NEVER NEED FOR SHIRT joke.

I heard they nerfed it?

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*gets popcorn ready*


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captain yesterday wrote:

Day one of cleaning up after the General spent the last four days baking.

And I already have a new monster proposal: Yeast Ooze.

Which could be attracted to a city's granaries.

Yeast ooze + wet grain = BEER!


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captain yesterday wrote:

When you have your dad's beagle over (in addition to your own beagle), every trip outside is an adventure.

Add a layer of wet ice to that.

Yeah, I'm pretty sore, but not as sore as I could be.

Also, it turns out A) female beagle showing concern is a huge sexual trigger for our beagle. B) he really needs to stop trying to put in the ear. C) Walking Two Beagles Humping needs to be the name of the next alt rock super group.

When I'm out on 'the pull', I feel proud as King Kull

When I'm WALKIN' TWO HUMPIN' BEAGLES
Ev'ry gal that I see seems enamoured of me
When I'm WALKIN' TWO HUMPIN' BEAGLES
Prick up your ears! It's time to go
With a howl of delight and a vo-de-oh-do
Hope those cute little dears will all get the idea
When I'm WALKIN' TWO HUMPIN' BEAGLES.

Ooooh!


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:

2) Somehow, someway, it was decided by popular acclaim (I was indoors, and not party to it in any shape, form, or fashion), that killing someone's oversized Kenny doll was the best idea ever. How was this best accomplished? By modifying the doll's posterior section to . . . accommodate . . . a fireworks launch tube, and positioning said incendiary device in Kenny-doll's posterior. Light fuse, run away. "Hilarity" ensues. To the tune of something in the neighborhood of 9 cubic feet of of tiny Styrofoam pellets being scattered across host's yard and his neighbor's. Those responsible were either incapacitated or absent when the time came to address the mess. One shop vac, two extension cords, and three men later? The shop vac gave out just as we finished getting the neighbor's yard (mostly) free of stuffing. Host's yard? Still snowy.

Now, that's something you'll probably never see on South Park. :)


Trinam wrote:

My one regret is that I wasn't really posting here when Quick Runner's shirt first came out, so I wasn't able to properly make an AM NEVER NEED FOR SHIRT joke.

I heard they nerfed it?

... yes. It was not happy for many, but that is the way of things.

(While I don't particularly agree with the ruling, I understand those who made it.)


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Back to the forums after a week off work. Had some good fun but time to go back to work. Figured I'd given out most of the drawing stuff, so any left could just wait a bit.

After catching up on the thread, it looks like everyone is doing alright.


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That's the way the cookie crumbles sometimes, sadly. :(

I'm also still trying to catch up on the great RAGELANCEPOUNCE debate of 2012-2013.

It looks like they errata'd it out, that broke MORE stuff, and they shoved it back in but kept the damage nerf.

Meaning AM basically sundered the rules of the universe twice..? I feel bad for the staff now. orz


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Well I know that it's customary to be optimistic for at least the first week of a new year, but I hate 2017 already. I'm having chills and nausea, and don't know whether I ate something bad over the weekend, or I have a cold, or who knows? Maybe this is an all-new age-related issue for me! >:

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I seemed to grab a cold over the weekend myself. Seems like I'm on the upswing tho.


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I'm still a little sore from falling walking the dog

Stomach also a little upset from eating too much food the last few days.


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Sore throat, cough, probably a mild fever...

Garlic, honey, lemon, and ibuprofen applied, thought I could use that fancy 1000 mg water-soluble ibuprofen instead of 400 mg pill.


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Mix in the regular insomnia/messed up sleep pattern.


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You know I really haven't been around here too much...

Is this thread what makes the Paizo Site crash?


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No, we used to do that.

Evidently, steps have been taken to stop that.

For now...


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Hey, Hey, HEY, Cap. No breaking stuff you'll need later. And whatever you're plotting, I'm pretty sure that it doesn't involve ten thousand ball bearings, a can of Tuna, and an Erector set. So, drop 'em.

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~twirls my mustache~ Of course we never break things.

Yes it was / is that thread.

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