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Yeah, but I just don't like Mage for some reason. Druid is probably my favorite, especially with Murlocs. I also like Warrior. I hate Warlock. It is my least favorite.

Of course, the way I play, it's kind of silly to have favorites. I haven't spent a single penny on the game, and basically just log in every day or two and grind the quests to get gold to buy packs. So really, I play whatever I need to for the quest.

Edit: Sure, I've been known to play while nekkid.


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And I play Standard, not Wild. And only play Ranked long enough to reach 20 so I get the card back (which I don't use), and then switch back to Casual.


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Oh, I also do the Tavern Brawl each week to get the free pack.


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Gotta go. Later.


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YEah that is how I do I think since it has came out I've probably only missed a handful of quests but my luck with legendarilys suck. I've never spent money on it.
Jade druid is one of my favs and evolution shaman.
I don't even think blizzard knows what they want to do with warlock.
Yeah Wild is rediculous I had a deck do effectivly infinite damage to me all in one turn (warlock in fact) I had them at one and my board was stacked and they did some insane combo and it just kept repeating until I died. (at full health) So I don't play wild much.


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Just applied for a GM position for 2018's Tekko. Fifth year running the same sandbox campaign.

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Best of luck!


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NobodysHome wrote:

He'd just suck on her head. It's what he does.

Of course, he's "married" now, but that doesn't stop him from trying, in his creepy, slimy, way, when they're in caves too small for his "wife" Bara.

Ah, I'm not that far yet. Congrats to the amphibious terror.


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Thanks, Orthos.


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Haven't you always wanted to join the circus?


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Not after what they did to Dumbo's mom.


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Not really. An old work site recently became a three-ring circus. That tells me that the Clowns are in charge.


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Cannon Fodder Robots

Come get your cheap legions of robotic doom!


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I know where you got the idea from. *Waves hello to Episodes 1, II, and III.*


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The idea is older than that, but EI–III indeed make a captivating picture of those.

Once Upon A Time... Space, had multiple episodes dedicated to robots.

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Hey FAWTL. Do you guys want me to post the Runelords stuff I've been running for my NWN server? Debating copypasting it over here in a journal for people to read.


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Why is this happening

This ends the backlog, but more to come soon. They're eager to play as much as possible, and this means about 2-3 sessions a week after school when I'm not bogged down with grading and such.


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Drejk wrote:

The idea is older than that, but EI–III indeed make a captivating picture of those.

Once Upon A Time... Space, had multiple episodes dedicated to robots.

Didn't know about the anime. Thanks.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Hey, Tacticslion, does your wife play Hearthstone? Right now I'm in a match against someone called TLWife.
gran rey de los mono wrote:
I won, by the way.
Vidmaster7 wrote:

I'm just glad you finally got it installed.

Also T-lion your wife needs to get better at hearthstone if gran is beating her.

gran rey de los mono wrote:
No kidding.

Hahah! No, she doesn't play.

(Also, would have been very difficult for her to be playing at 12:30 last night - if I'm doing my math, correctly, I think you posted at ~12:30, our time, last night.)


Orthos wrote:
Hey FAWTL. Do you guys want me to post the Runelords stuff I've been running for my NWN server? Debating copypasting it over here in a journal for people to read.

I'd love it, though you might want to put it as a Campaign Log, instead! :D


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Work, work, work . . . .

But of the not-employed-gamer kind!

1) Set some goals for my PbP cleric (beyond just murderhoboing through the dungeon)
2) Initiated revision of DDS' spheres systems for translation to my SWEU campaign (whew!)
3) Building a SWEU galactic map *by hand* in order to start addressing the madness of Revised/Saga hyperspace travel times (and the BadFilms by the BadPeoples didn't help, either)

Fun, fun, fun times!!

How goes it for y'all?

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Tacticslion wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Hey FAWTL. Do you guys want me to post the Runelords stuff I've been running for my NWN server? Debating copypasting it over here in a journal for people to read.
I'd love it, though you might want to put it as a Campaign Log, instead! :D

Yeah that's what I meant, here as in Paizo rather than here as on FAWTL.


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Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Can I just say how much of a b%*@&*@* card I think Righteous Protector is? A 1/1 Divine Shield Taunt for 1 freakin' mana? That's some Grade A USDA Prime B&!*&&*+ right there.

I don't like how each new pack introduces just a few more cards which are strictly superior to some classic card or other, but it's nearly inevitable with these kind of games. Gotta keep people buying.*

But right now I think the one card I dislike the most is Reno Jackson. There's nothing like the other guy going from 1 to 30 with one card to make my favorite strategy (smart play and steadily out-valuing the other deck with simple solid cards) feel pointless.

*Though I've never spent money on HS either, with the exception of the adventures, 'cause those were one-time purchases. No temptation to buy more, more, MORE!

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Yeah Wild is rediculous I had a deck do effectivly infinite damage to me all in one turn (warlock in fact) I had them at one and my board was stacked and they did some insane combo and it just kept repeating until I died. (at full health) So I don't play wild much.

Oh that card that deals 1 damage to everything, and so long as something dies it deals another damage? Yeah, that thing is annoying.


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"I guess we can leave without them, if they travelled back in time" - Tiny T-Rex, giving up too easily looking for the General and Crookshanks at Toys R Us.


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Done a lot of travelling today - a three-hour journey each way in order to fight with some new people, and go to the pub. I enjoyed myself.


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Chinese food tonight.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Chinese food tonight.

I'm jeeeellllyyyyyy.

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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Chinese food tonight.
I'm jeeeellllyyyyyy.

+1


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NobodysHome wrote:

Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?

*sniff*


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?

*sniff*

I know, right?! He loves on the wrong coast.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?

Considering that I just put Whingey Wizzard on a train to Santa Barbara this morning and will on my own this week, I'd love to take you up on it. What time does Goth Bard get home from work?


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lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?

Considering that I just put Whingey Wizzard on a train to Santa Barbara this morning and will on my own this week, I'd love to take you up on it. What time does Goth Bard get home from work?

She typically gets home around 6:10 pm. I have all of tomorrow off so I'll get the house all ready, and I don't know whether you've been to the pub but it's all of a block and a half from our house and has great food (for a pub).

So come by around 6:00 pm, we'll give Impus Minor instructions, and we'll draft Impus Major just because he's there and he's really good with Hermione.

Thanks a LOT! Impus Minor's really worried about his hours now. As he should be!

EDIT: And heck, if you want to come earlier, I'll be around, other than the requisite pick-up of Impus Minor from the rabbit rescue shelter he volunteers at at the moment.


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lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?

Considering that I just put Whingey Wizzard on a train to Santa Barbara this morning and will on my own this week, I'd love to take you up on it. What time does Goth Bard get home from work?

you know, NobodysHome, you should really go keep whingey wizard company. Don't worry. I will take lisamarlene and gothbard to dinner.

You know you should leave money for us, btw. Bubble tea ain't cheap. Nor is airfare to the west coast.


Oh, Search History: War for the Crown -> Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future -> Shema Israel -> PBG Gameplay -> Ardad Lili.

I.. think I went wrong, somewhere, there.


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NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?

Considering that I just put Whingey Wizzard on a train to Santa Barbara this morning and will on my own this week, I'd love to take you up on it. What time does Goth Bard get home from work?

She typically gets home around 6:10 pm. I have all of tomorrow off so I'll get the house all ready, and I don't know whether you've been to the pub but it's all of a block and a half from our house and has great food (for a pub).

So come by around 6:00 pm, we'll give Impus Minor instructions, and we'll draft Impus Major just because he's there and he's really good with Hermione.

Thanks a LOT! Impus Minor's really worried about his hours now. As he should be!

EDIT: And heck, if you want to come earlier, I'll be around, other than the requisite pick-up of Impus Minor from the rabbit rescue shelter he volunteers at at the moment.

Wabbit Wescue Welter you way!

Interesting...

Loads blunderbuss, gets ready to tail Impus Minor.

Shh! I'm hunting wabbits!


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The friend of a friend with the brain cancer died last night. About a month since diagnosis, and less than a week since entering Respite Care. Brain Cancer is a vicious, virulent, son-of-a-b*tch.


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Sorry to hear it, John. That's some real hard news.


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I know. She lives nowhere near me. So any emotional support I can give her will have to be at distance.


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My sympathies to you, John, and all those who will grieve the loss. :(


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Thanks, Syrus.


So... what the heck is up with the Sirrush?!

For those of you not suuuuuuper familiar with the old 3rd edition epic level handbook (that's all of you, by the way - yes, even you), the Sirrush's skills and feats are just suuuuuuuper wrong. And are never addressed in the errata.

Intelligence of 35; that's a +7 modifier. Magical beast is 2+ skills. 9 total.

It has? Six. Of which, climb only uses its strength modifier... +1, for some reason... and none of the rest are maximized, as it has 40 hit dice, its ability score minimize at 28 with charisma, which it has no ranks in related skills anyway, and it doesn't have a skill value higher than +36.

It's feats are all wrong, too. At feats = to 1+(1/3 lvl), it should have 14 feats ((13*3 = 39; 13+1 = 14)), but instead has twenty-three. Even recognizing that 3.0 feats (and this was 3.0) worked differently for monsters, this isn't a number you can get.


John Napier 698 wrote:
The friend of a friend with the brain cancer died last night. About a month since diagnosis, and less than a week since entering Respite Care. Brain Cancer is a vicious, virulent, son-of-a-b*tch.

Cancer is horrid and vile and foul. I'm so sorry the monster has claimed another. I will keep you and their family in prayer. I'm sorry, and peace, even in this.


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So, philosophy question for anyone interested:

There once was a philosopher who pointed out that we can want to want to do something, but we can't simply will ourselves to actually want it. For example until this year, I wanted to want to eat salads. But I rarely did, because I wasn't able to simply will myself to actually want salads. I needed the motivation of "Maybe eating really light dinners will cure my insomnia and night sweats" to start eating and enjoying salads.

The ten million kudos question is: Which philosopher pointed this out?


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Ummmmm . . . .

Int of 35 should be a +12 modifier. 35 - 10 = 25 / 2 = 12.5, round down. Even back then, right??

Been 15 years or so since I looked through that book . . . . . I could be way off.


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:

Ummmmm . . . .

Int of 35 should be a +12 modifier. 35 - 10 = 25 / 2 = 12.5, round down. Even back then, right??

Been 15 years or so since I looked through that book . . . . . I could be way off.

Bleargh. That was... a typo. When I was complaining about... a typo.

>.<

Blarg!

XD


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Syrus Terrigan wrote:

Ummmmm . . . .

Int of 35 should be a +12 modifier. 35 - 10 = 25 / 2 = 12.5, round down. Even back then, right??

Been 15 years or so since I looked through that book . . . . . I could be way off.

No, you're correct.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Hey, lisamarlene! I left you voicemail, but I figure FaWtL is just as good!

Want free dinner at the pub tomorrow night?

Impus Minor's still 7 hours short on his volunteer work and he has 'til Wednesday to catch up, so we're looking to line up some baby-sitting for him.

So if you can find a way that he can watch your kids for a couple of hours tomorrow night, we'll buy you (AND Whingey Wizard, of course) dinner. Or you can just drop off the kids and take off and do your own thing. (Snuggle movie night! Woo hoo!)

Deal?

*sniff*
I know, right?! He loves on the wrong coast.

*lives.

Well, also, "lives"...


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John Napier 698 wrote:
The friend of a friend with the brain cancer died last night. About a month since diagnosis, and less than a week since entering Respite Care. Brain Cancer is a vicious, virulent, son-of-a-b*tch.

My sympathies. Impus Major is only 16 and already hates cancer with a passion.


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But Tac isn't wrong about the feats. And the beastie isn't using up all it's skill points. 2 + the Int modifier gives 14. 14 times 40 HD is 560.
That gives 96 skill points for each of it's 6 skills, with 2 left over. For each of those skills, the totals should be: Climb +112 ( +16 Str, +96 ), Hide + 111 ( +15 Dex, +96 ), Jump +114 ( +16 Str, +96, +2 Skill Focus ), Listen +111 ( +14 Wis, +97 ), Move Silently +111 ( +15 Dex, +96 ), Spot +111 ( +14 Wis, +97 )

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