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"Wait. Were those spaceships made out of Play-Doh?"
"They were. Play-Doh with a side of Socrates."

But no clothes.


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Leaving for work. See everyone later.


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Orthos wrote:

Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

Welcome to the club!


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
This includes an incident of Cirque du Soleil while trying to get in to talk to Devargo Barsi because this idea occurred to them as being The Correct Course Of Action before anyone even considered "maybe we can just lie."

Are they playing the in-game games? Because for my second run-through one of the PCs totally unknowingly decided to play a fairly optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.

Knivesies... did not go well for Devargo...

Problem with that is that it would have made sense. No. This had nothing to do with the available games; they didn't even go into the gambling area. They just decided to start doing cartwheels on the docks. I...don't know why.

So have they bought a pig, lit it on fire, and then ridden it down the streets of Magnimar yet?

Apparently my group thinks that's how all APs are supposed to start. Even if they're nowhere near Magnimar at the moment...

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Well, ours started with getting a pony sized spider taxidermied and leaving it outside the Oracle's bedroom.....


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NobodysHome wrote:

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So have they bought a pig, lit it on fire, and then ridden it down the streets of Magnimar yet?...

That sounds like a great party.

Not adventuring party. Just an amazing way to celebrate something. Like combining the hunt with the BBQ.


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Orthos wrote:

Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

listening to adults is a great way to get killed and not get any xp in a horror film.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

Welcome to the club!

I, however, remain young and supple.

Go out there and get xp kids!


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Orthos wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I think Solarian is probably from Starfinder.
That would explain it. I don't have the Starfinder stuff down yet. I've seen it on PFSRD but not looked too deep into it yet.

Starfinder Jedi!


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A horror flick usually kills the characters who do not follow their parents' advice...

Shadow Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

listening to adults is a great way to get killed and not get any xp in a horror film.

Yeah I know I'm boring and lawful and nobody goes to the movies to see that anymore.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

listening to adults is a great way to get killed and not get any xp in a horror film.
Yeah I know I'm boring and lawful and nobody goes to the movies to see that anymore.

BROTHER!!!

But wait...

Orthos wrote:
nobody goes to the movies to see that

...no I don't. At least I don't think I do...


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Telling me not to do something is a great way to get me to do something.

Unless I think you're trying to trick me into doing something.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
So, after an hour of inactivity, I was involuntarily signed out. And I believe I know why. Each person signed in to the server creates a process. This process includes memory space, a slice of processor time, and other resources provided by the server. These resources are used up even when a user is inactive. If there's not enough resources available, then the server runs the risk of crashing. Logging off the inactive users frees those resources, increasing the average time between crashes.

John; see here, and/or feel free to comment. :)


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NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

Welcome to the club!

I know, right?!

I cannot tell you how hard it is to watch An American Tale, now that I'm a father.

*shivers thinking about Fieval's actions*

Grand Lodge

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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Watching/listening to Stranger Things. Keep sympathizing more with all the adults.

Just listen to your parents, you darn kids!

I think I may finally be officially old.

listening to adults is a great way to get killed and not get any xp in a horror film.
Yeah I know I'm boring and lawful and nobody goes to the movies to see that anymore.

I'm reminded of a comic about the differences in watching horror movies as a kid and as an adult. Or most media, where the adults will start sympathizing with the villains rather than rooting for the heroes.


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AngryNerdRageDemon wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.
NO~! IT'S NOT TRUE~! IT'S IMPOSSIBLE~!

Twin daggers has always worked appallingly for me, except when I went up against someone with two tomahawks, when we both died quite a lot, but he died morer and worser than I did. Victory was therefore declared.


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Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
So, after an hour of inactivity, I was involuntarily signed out. And I believe I know why. Each person signed in to the server creates a process. This process includes memory space, a slice of processor time, and other resources provided by the server. These resources are used up even when a user is inactive. If there's not enough resources available, then the server runs the risk of crashing. Logging off the inactive users frees those resources, increasing the average time between crashes.
John; see here, and/or feel free to comment. :)

Did both. Time will tell if my theory proves correct.


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Limeylongears wrote:
AngryNerdRageDemon wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
optimized dual-knife-wielding rogue.
NO~! IT'S NOT TRUE~! IT'S IMPOSSIBLE~!
Twin daggers has always worked appallingly for me, except when I went up against someone with two tomahawks, when we both died quite a lot, but he died morer and worser than I did. Victory was therefore declared.

When we started Mummy's Mask, I went with a theme build of a Dex-based dual-dagger-wielding halfling ranger.

She was wonderful to roleplay.

With many of the creatures in the very first dungeon having DR 5, she was utterly useless in combat.

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My PFS -1 is a halfling rogue. Three rebuilds later and he still isn't great with two daggers. (Never do The Green Market with a rogue. It's like being 3.5 in an undead tomb again.)

Shadow Lodge

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Sounds like Scint's swash|magus in STAP. til she hit level 4 or 5 and suddenly became awesome.


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Don't mind me, just passing through.


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Orthos wrote:
Sounds like Scint's swash|magus in STAP. til she hit level 4 or 5 and suddenly became awesome.

It's what I do.


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I'm trying to find something better than spellstrike on an imp. crit rapier. It's gonna be hard.


Oh, Stranger Things. q_p


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Stranger Who?


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captain yesterday wrote:
Stranger Who?

Your thing. It's stranger. Than... er... Freehold's.

OK. I'm just letting myself out before I get into any more trouble here...


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Speaking of corrupting influences, after hearing the tragic news about One Punch Man Season 2, I decided I have to read the manga anyway.

And if you don't think I'm going to let Hermione read it while lisamarlene is over...


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John Napier 698 wrote:
I have to log in every time I switch browsers or computers. This may be just a security feature.

I don't think so, I have a mac and Paizo repeatedly forgetting me has only started happening the past few days. Maybe it's the hospital's firewall or something? But other forums work fine for me.

To make matters more annoying, safari will not load my cookies for viewing. Which is not a new problem, just one that I've never been able to solve.

First world problems, le sigh.


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It's not a normal thing. It's considered a problem the staff are working on.


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Freehold DM wrote:
The only rumor I want confirmed about the game is that the blasphemous class "mathematician" is removed from the game and replaced with soemthing less awful.
TriOmegaZero wrote:
It was not. #dealwithit

I am now even more psyched to play FFT.

Mostly because I draw immense pleasure from flaunting others' pet peeves. Especially Freehold's.

Shadow Lodge

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Flaunting Freehold is a national pasttime.


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TOZ wrote:
Flaunting Freehold is a national pasttime. treasure.

I helped!


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Stranger Who?

Your thing. It's stranger. Than... er... Freehold's.

OK. I'm just letting myself out before I get into any more trouble here...

this is information that should be relayed to Mrs. Yesterday post haste.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The only rumor I want confirmed about the game is that the blasphemous class "mathematician" is removed from the game and replaced with soemthing less awful.
TriOmegaZero wrote:
It was not. #dealwithit

I am now even more psyched to play FFT.

Mostly because I draw immense pleasure from flaunting others' pet peeves. Especially Freehold's.

okay. Make your all mathematician party. Don't come crying to me when you die.


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Tacticslion wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Flaunting Freehold is a national pasttime. treasure.
I helped!

and yet they won't put my face on the 2 dollar bill...


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Flaunting Freehold is a national pasttime. treasure.
I helped!
and yet they won't put my face on the 2 dollar bill...

They still make those? It's been a long time since I saw a new one.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The only rumor I want confirmed about the game is that the blasphemous class "mathematician" is removed from the game and replaced with soemthing less awful.
TriOmegaZero wrote:
It was not. #dealwithit

I am now even more psyched to play FFT.

Mostly because I draw immense pleasure from flaunting others' pet peeves. Especially Freehold's.

okay. Make your all mathematician party. Don't come crying to me when you die. win like a baws!

I helped! Again!

No, but seriously, once you've trained them fully, switch them to wizard - or even better, ninja - and proceed to win D&D FFT.

EDIT: just to be clear, though, spend as little time/XP as you can in the calculator class: just master their skill set (not even that is technically necessary, if you master '3' and make sure to have a level-drainer so you're always lvl98) and switch to some other class. You will win.


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Aaaand, FOUR-DAY WEEKEND! Woo hoo!

So, Shiro and Hi are coming over tonight for dinner and anime. Since we just got CrunchyRoll premium, what should we watch?

EDIT: I may try to force Hi to bite the bullet and watch Kill La Kill with us. He's really uncomfortable with T&A shows, which Kill la Kill is in spades, but its entire "Clothing is the Enemy" theme is side-splitting, and after a slow start the kids watched the whole series while I was working, and it seemed like a darned good series. Once you can get past the whole, "The fewer clothes I wear, the more powerful I become" angle of it...

Shadow Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The only rumor I want confirmed about the game is that the blasphemous class "mathematician" is removed from the game and replaced with soemthing less awful.
TriOmegaZero wrote:
It was not. #dealwithit

I am now even more psyched to play FFT.

Mostly because I draw immense pleasure from flaunting others' pet peeves. Especially Freehold's.

okay. Make your all mathematician party. Don't come crying to me when you die.

Pshaw. I only use monks. Accumulate spam, punch for 999 damage.

Shadow Lodge

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NobodysHome wrote:
So, Shiro and Hi are coming over tonight for dinner and anime. Since we just got CrunchyRoll premium, what should we watch?

FOOD WARS HYPE!


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TOZ wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
So, Shiro and Hi are coming over tonight for dinner and anime. Since we just got CrunchyRoll premium, what should we watch?
FOOD WARS HYPE!

Oh, gods. That is Hi's *favorite* show! He's been trying to get us to watch it for months!

Et tu, TOZ?

Shadow Lodge

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That's logically impossible. The fanservice is through the roof.


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TOZ wrote:
That's logically impossible. The fanservice is through the roof.

??? You and I have different concepts of "logic".

But then, I'm a mathematician. My concepts of "logic" are probably different from 99.5% of all sentient beings.

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Seriously, you can't be uncomfortable with T&A and have Food Wars be your favorite show. It just doesn't compute with orgasmic cooking.


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TOZ wrote:
Seriously, you can't be uncomfortable with T&A and have Food Wars be your favorite show. It just doesn't compute with orgasmic cooking.

Ah, THAT logic!

Yeah, *we* didn't understand that one, either.

The show made everyone else uncomfortable, but Hi loved it.

But the first outfit in Kill la Kill? Hi averted his eyes.

I don't understand it, but I try to accommodate it.


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Y'know, we should just get into a big knock-down, drag-out argument, and watch TL favorite all of our posts as we go back-and-forth.

Seriously, TL?

That button's a form of addiction, y'know. I think you may need help.


NobodysHome wrote:

Y'know, we should just get into a big knock-down, drag-out argument, and watch TL favorite all of our posts as we go back-and-forth.

Seriously, TL?

That button's a form of addiction, y'know. I think you may need help.

... I don't have a problem, you have a problem~!

Ò_õ

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Your FACE has a problem!


... well now it is...

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