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Vlaeros wrote:

Ahah! You would be correct, except, perhaps, if a new pair of socks were intentionally rent, only so that someone could darn them, while they are still new!!!

Didn't think about that one, didja, highly intelligent person who knows more than I do on this topic?!

This is not what I meant, though. I totally meant the other, impossible thing.

EDIT: And I am now dressed, once again. Dang it.

Shadow Lodge

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Tacticslion wrote:
Rysky wrote:
If there had been catgirls in Firefly I might have watched it.

Real-talk: I think cat-girls are... okay? I guess?

I mean... there really isn't anything specific to the "cat" part that is appealing. Basically, the appealing part is the "girl" part, and the "cat" part makes it an "exotic other" - but that has no real bearing on its ultimate desirability, as it could easily be replaced by, say, alternate skin colors (with fewer physical questions), elf ears, or pretty much whatever else gives the "appealing plus exotic" concept.

"Cat" just seems to be popular, for some reason.

And here I thought you a man of culture.


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Only twenty seven new posts in the time it took us to visit the in laws out in the sticks.

Is FaWtL getting old?

We even had time to try and fail at kite flying.

Do you know how long it takes Pea Bear and I to give up at kite flying.

Not long it turns out.


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TOZ wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Rysky wrote:
If there had been catgirls in Firefly I might have watched it.

Real-talk: I think cat-girls are... okay? I guess?

I mean... there really isn't anything specific to the "cat" part that is appealing. Basically, the appealing part is the "girl" part, and the "cat" part makes it an "exotic other" - but that has no real bearing on its ultimate desirability, as it could easily be replaced by, say, alternate skin colors (with fewer physical questions), elf ears, or pretty much whatever else gives the "appealing plus exotic" concept.

"Cat" just seems to be popular, for some reason.

And here I thought you a man of culture.

I don't know how people keep getting that impression...


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New campaign in Chult - first fight, and my fabulous burlesque-style sorceress (is there any other type?) is being neatly disembowelled by velociraptors. Agh.


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That's what you get for wearing exposing clothing as an adventurer...


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That, plus traveling through a jungle and not blasting everything that moves.


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And not having enough meat-shields.


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Clearly you need a sorcerer archetype where you get a bonus to AC for shedding clothes.

Maybe a swift action to shed an article of clothing to get a +2 to AC and everyone has to make a will save or be dazzled for 1d4 rounds.

Just a starting point.

Of course, every article shed stacks the AC bonus and will save DC. Or perhaps it should be scalable...


Cantankerous Rules Lawyer wrote:

Clearly you need a sorcerer archetype where you get a bonus to AC for shedding clothes.

Maybe a swift action to shed an article of clothing to get a +2 to AC and everyone has to make a will save or be dazzled for 1d4 rounds.

Just a starting point.

Of course, every article shed stacks the AC bonus and will save DC. Or perhaps it should be scalable...

Oh, you mean that one thing that definitely exists, because the internet is itself?


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Tacticslion wrote:

I heart Firefly! Also Outlaw Star!

(Buffy was pretty okay!)

I also greatly enjoyed Whedon's versions of Avengers and Much Ado About Nothing, as well as enjoying his Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.

So, I don't know if that makes me count as a fan, but I greatly enjoyed them!

Finally! I'm not alone on this thread!

Although Dollhouse was crap. And not just because of Eliza Dushku.


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Drejk wrote:
That's what you get for wearing exposing clothing as an adventurer...

I present, for my rebuttal, all the artwork ever produced by Larry Elmore, Clyde Cauldwell, Frank Frazetta, Boris Vallejo, etc etc. Their heroines always did alright wearing nothing but a couple of leather armbands and a helmet with little horns on, so why shouldn't mine?

EDIT; Perhaps 'rebuttal' was a poor choice of words in this context.

Or maybe it wasn't ?!?!?!?!


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I have never watched anything by Josh Whedon.

Are there sword-fights?


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Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

And that's how you say to a person how wrong she is making it look like a compliment xD

At least one of the things you said about me is right. The other two are subjective xD

chills bottle of champagne maybe we could determine which one is correct, say..over a big pot of paella, no?

waffles eyebrows, looks around for international adapter for black manliness to avoid any voltage issues

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I'm always up for some seafood paella! ;-D

Shouldn't it be red wine instead of champagne, though? More thematic, I guess.

forgive me, I must seem boorish! The red wine is certainly preferred.


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Succeeded this morning in making one of my favorite pastries that I hadn't had since I was a child. I was ecstatic. My own children were nonplussed.

Trying to teach myself my family's ethnic cooking as an adult, when all of my grandparents, aunts and uncles, dad, etc. are long dead, is weird. No one in my generation bothered to keep up any of the family traditions after our parents' generation passed.


Tacticslion wrote:

I heart Firefly! Also Outlaw Star!

(Buffy was pretty okay!)

I also greatly enjoyed Whedon's versions of Avengers and Much Ado About Nothing, as well as enjoying his Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.

So, I don't know if that makes me count as a fan, but I greatly enjoyed them!

lisamarlene wrote:

Finally! I'm not alone on this thread!

Although Dollhouse was crap. And not just because of Eliza Dushku.

Hah! Never seen Dollhouse, so...

Vaguely related, I'd love to see Castle at some point! I don't know how good it is, but I've enjoyed all the clips I've seen so far!

Limeylongears wrote:

I have never watched anything by Josh Whedon.

Are there sword-fights?

Sometimes!

Both Firefly and Buffy have the occasional sword-fight!


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Limeylongears wrote:

I have never watched anything by Josh Whedon.

Are there sword-fights?

no.

Nothing to interest you at all.

Move along.


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lisamarlene wrote:

Succeeded this morning in making one of my favorite pastries that I hadn't had since I was a child. I was ecstatic. My own children were nonplussed.

Trying to teach myself my family's ethnic cooking as an adult, when all of my grandparents, aunts and uncles, dad, etc. are long dead, is weird. No one in my generation bothered to keep up any of the family traditions after our parents' generation passed.

that's the good thing about the internet. Aside from all the porn that is.


Limeylongears wrote:
New campaign in Chult - first fight, and my fabulous burlesque-style sorceress (is there any other type?) is being neatly disembowelled by velociraptors. Agh.

burlesque sorcereresses?

Where do I sign?


Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

And that's how you say to a person how wrong she is making it look like a compliment xD

At least one of the things you said about me is right. The other two are subjective xD

chills bottle of champagne maybe we could determine which one is correct, say..over a big pot of paella, no?

waffles eyebrows, looks around for international adapter for black manliness to avoid any voltage issues

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

I'm always up for some seafood paella! ;-D

Shouldn't it be red wine instead of champagne, though? More thematic, I guess.
forgive me, I must seem boorish! The red wine is certainly preferred.

Not necessarily. Champagne is my go-to drink to serve with jambalaya, and there are similarities between the two dishes (shellfish, spicy sausage, rice). But I've only had real paella once.


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Crap, I misspoke. Shrimp are crustaceans, not shellfish.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
New campaign in Chult - first fight, and my fabulous burlesque-style sorceress (is there any other type?) is being neatly disembowelled by velociraptors. Agh.

burlesque sorcereresses?

Where do I sign?

Anywhere that isn't already covered with glitter.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

And that's how you say to a person how wrong she is making it look like a compliment xD

At least one of the things you said about me is right. The other two are subjective xD

chills bottle of champagne maybe we could determine which one is correct, say..over a big pot of paella, no?

waffles eyebrows, looks around for international adapter for black manliness to avoid any voltage issues

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

I'm always up for some seafood paella! ;-D

Shouldn't it be red wine instead of champagne, though? More thematic, I guess.
forgive me, I must seem boorish! The red wine is certainly preferred.
Not necessarily. Champagne is my go-to drink to serve with jambalaya, and there are similarities between the two dishes (shellfish, spicy sausage, rice). But I've only had real paella once.

well, perhaps you should join kileanna and myself at sunset for a truly hearty meal and considerably skimpy clothing....


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I'm going to make an Elven Sorcerer (bloodline tbd) with billowing shirts that multi-classes as a swashbuckler and then eldritch knight.


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Rysky wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
Happy Necromancy Day!

Happy Easter!

(True Resurrection - and all the "raise the dead" spells - should totally be classified as "Necromancy"...)

Don't get me started on the mess that healing magic is in D&D and related games...
Seconded -_-

I'm trying to fix it in my homebrew myself


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I've said it before, I'll say it many more: check out Spheres of Power. It might help with the healing thing.

But, then, I'm unclear on the particulars of the complaints . . . .


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Tacticslion wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
Happy Necromancy Day!

Happy Easter!

(True Resurrection - and all the "raise the dead" spells - should totally be classified as "Necromancy"...)

Since he did it to himself, wouldn't it be a Contingency spell?

Or maybe, since he got a new glorified body, it was a Clone spell?


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Yes, Gandalf was the best, can we get off it!

Lhaeo! Call Peter Jackson back and find out where my movie is!

I don't care how unrealistic it is to have Chris Pratt play me, just make it happen!


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And now, my two thousandth post! *Confetti, Fireworks*


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
Happy Necromancy Day!

Happy Easter!

Tacticslion wrote:
(True Resurrection - and all the "raise the dead" spells - should totally be classified as "Necromancy"...)
thegreenteagamer wrote:

Since he did it to himself, wouldn't it be a Contingency spell?

Or maybe, since he got a new glorified body, it was a Clone spell?

Nah - good thinking, but he had another Himself use it with a Linked Spell that cast Sacred Ascension (as Nar Fiendbond, except with half-celestial (+) Chosen of the Gods templates). Think "Manshoon" only with three originals, one of which became incarnate, died, and was brought back in a New Game + mode. :D

Alternate/additional explanations of what happened:
- time travel
- deathless (especially maximized/perfected Ascendant Councilor)
- and/or something else I forgot - look, I've got a fever, give me a break!


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John Napier 698 wrote:
And now, my two thousandth post! *Confetti, Fireworks*

Huzzah!


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I hope you feel better soon Tacticslion.


Thanks! Me, too!

Also, this guy, deckerXL, is a good friend of mine!

(He and his wife were one of the two I was meeting at Star Wars Celebration!)

I have directed him here: please be gentle! XD


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

And that's how you say to a person how wrong she is making it look like a compliment xD

At least one of the things you said about me is right. The other two are subjective xD

chills bottle of champagne maybe we could determine which one is correct, say..over a big pot of paella, no?

waffles eyebrows, looks around for international adapter for black manliness to avoid any voltage issues

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

I'm always up for some seafood paella! ;-D

Shouldn't it be red wine instead of champagne, though? More thematic, I guess.
forgive me, I must seem boorish! The red wine is certainly preferred.
Not necessarily. Champagne is my go-to drink to serve with jambalaya, and there are similarities between the two dishes (shellfish, spicy sausage, rice). But I've only had real paella once.

You can put chorizo on a paella if you want, of course, but nobody that I know does it. A popular chef has published recently a recipe containing it and he has been very criticised for it.

I'm not against changing the recipes, as I do it all the time, but chorizo on paella is not common.

Paella shouldn't be spicy generally.


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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

And that's how you say to a person how wrong she is making it look like a compliment xD

At least one of the things you said about me is right. The other two are subjective xD

chills bottle of champagne maybe we could determine which one is correct, say..over a big pot of paella, no?

waffles eyebrows, looks around for international adapter for black manliness to avoid any voltage issues

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

I'm always up for some seafood paella! ;-D

Shouldn't it be red wine instead of champagne, though? More thematic, I guess.
forgive me, I must seem boorish! The red wine is certainly preferred.
Not necessarily. Champagne is my go-to drink to serve with jambalaya, and there are similarities between the two dishes (shellfish, spicy sausage, rice). But I've only had real paella once.
well, perhaps you should join kileanna and myself at sunset for a truly hearty meal and considerably skimpy clothing....

The more, the merrier.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Thanks! Me, too!

Also, this guy, deckerXL, is a good friend of mine!

(He and his wife were one of the two I was meeting at Star Wars Celebration!)

I have directed him here: please be gentle! XD

Awww... Do I have to? ~grumbles and walks off, moping~

~grins~


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The Punic Wars


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Isaac Arthur - Dead Aliens


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From now on all my dwarven characters will be against living in underground cities with overly complicated clockworks and public works. And for f%@&'s sake, no more puzzles!


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Fahlbtharz is a terrible, terrible place.

But not in a hard sort of way, more like a f!!~ing terrible sort of way.

Somehow they combined platform jumping puzzles and shoot the correct amount of spinny crystal thingys or else a ridiculously overpowered clockwork a#&#&@@ is going to pull your Achilles tendon out through what was the top of your head.

All in one dungeon!

Dark Archive

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I enjoy designing those kinds of dungeons.

Dark Archive

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Sadly there were not enough death traps in that dungeon. Or in any of the dungeons in Skyrim.


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I always liked the method that all traps should be in the beginning of a dungeon after that the monsters.
1 so monsters don't set off traps
2 so that your not wasting your monsters on something a trap would of taken care of

Dark Archive

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I just want all of the good guys dead. The sooner the better.


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In that case my suggestion is whatever minion/monster you had set for the final boss send it at them first preferably while they are asleep.

Dark Archive

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~thoughtful look~ Good point. ~looks towards the head minion~ Nuke them! Nuke them all! Don't leave any of them alive!

Dark Archive

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I like good guys. They make better minions. They are not so prone to betraying and backstabbing. Sure they are prone to all that «this is evil ,I'm not doing that» thing, but you can always keep them ignorant.

You cannot trust evil guys. I feel more comfortable with my old trusty good guys.

I don't like Paladins, though. They don't like me, and I don't like people who dislikes me.


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The old you've secretly been working for my evil cause the whole time. classic classic trick.


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Evil Overlord wrote:
I just want all of the good guys dead. The sooner the better.

I don't see the problem just find them whatever plane their on with your +100,000 Perception check teleport/shift/jump their then eat them on the surprise round. no biggie.

Dark Archive

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
The old you've secretly been working for my evil cause the whole time. classic classic trick.

It's classic because it works.

So bad that in the end it's me who ends helping them with their good deeds. They are helpless without me and my evil schemes are not that time consuming. I'm afraid that I like too much getting some honest praise from them. But it has worked well before. People have accepted me and I have now a position of power where I am trusted. I don't know how some so-called evil geniuses forget about the relevance of being trusted. If I have to spend too much time working against people who wants me dead I cannot focus on really important things.

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