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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I've grown even more cynical in my time away, if that were possible. I didn't think it was, but you know, just when you think you can't, a depth of cynicism I'd not discovered is just below the surface, if you keep burrowing with hatred enough.

Yes. Yes. Let the hate flow through you.


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Or, make the hate some cookies. ^-^


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captain yesterday wrote:
The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I missed you too, cap. Can you sum up the last couple months for me, as humorously as possible?

My daughter joined Paizo as Crookshanks, crashed FaWtL then forgot.

The wife has decided we're pumpkin farmers now (as long as we don't harm or sell the pumpkins, apparently, so says the kids).

Starfinder!!!

It's f@!@ing cold outside! Like 20 degrees cold.

As far as FaWtL goes,

Lynora is cheating on the wall with the floor.

Nobodyshome has switched to third person and apparently socializes with his wife (great! Now we're all going to have to socialize with our spouses!).

Tacticslion has volunteered as a petri dish, and has singularly shut down the Ocala public sanitation plant.

Limey has been fencing, or whatever the call soccer in Ireland.

Freehold has been spending too much money on gas and chocolate cakes.

Orthos is back! Scint too!

There's a whole bunch of other people, doing other things, but I've used too much time already.

Welcome back!

dont forget the geeky wife abscondi-cave!

Its awesome!


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I'm still doing terrible things to video games.


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Cynic wrote:
The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I've grown even more cynical in my time away, if that were possible. I didn't think it was, but you know, just when you think you can't, a depth of cynicism I'd not discovered is just below the surface, if you keep burrowing with hatred enough.
Yes. Yes. Let the hate flow through you.

Oh, it does. Except when it stews, grows stale, and even darker with time.

Seriously, though, no games within any of the surrounding counties. Nearest I found was in freakin' Jupiter (a town in Florida, not the country or Roman god - though given how coastal obsessed it is, you'd think they'd have named the town Neptune or Poseidon or something). I've avoided that city since graduating from there a decade and a half back. It's the kind of place where (true story) I heard a kid complain in high school about how the BMW his dad bought him for his 16th birthday was the wrong color.

Plus it's a long drive. :-/


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Skyrim Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:
I'm still doing terrible things to video games.

Well, my franken-X-Box (put together from two broken ones by a friend of mine) finally crapped out, so no more Skyrim for me :-/


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I discovered toddler T-shirts look way better on the General then the kids.

I'll never see Stitch the same way.

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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Who's that chap?
thegreenteagamer. I changed my handle a while back.

Oh man, I probably never would have caught on. :)

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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I've avoided that city since graduating from there a decade and a half back.

Huh, that puts you and I about the same age, maybe give or take a year.


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Orthos wrote:
The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I've avoided that city since graduating from there a decade and a half back.
Huh, that puts you and I about the same age, maybe give or take a year.

I'm 35. I was rounding.

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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Orthos wrote:
The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I've avoided that city since graduating from there a decade and a half back.
Huh, that puts you and I about the same age, maybe give or take a year.
I'm 35. I was rounding.

32. Still pretty close.


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I'm 41.


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It turns out Errol Flynn was an actor and not the writer of Huckleberry Finn.


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Shakes cane

Get out of my thread, you young whippersnappers!

I turned 50 in June, which I believe gives me the honor (by a few months) of being the oldest regular FaWtLer. You're a few months younger than me, right, John?

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That makes you only a few years younger than my parents....

This is how things usually fall for me. Either I'm among the youngest of a group (until recently I was the youngest person in my office) or the oldest (my NWN server has surprisingly few 30+ aged players outside the veteran staff, and a large supply of 18-24s).


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Sets up ticket booth with cartoon like swiftness.

Line starts here folks!


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Well, if it helps, I'm sure you're way more mature than me, Orthos. I left my marriage with no debt whatsoever, a good job, and about a grand saved up - within a few months, I had a couple grand of credit card debt, diddly squat in savings, and no job. Mania is a b%*!@.

I mean, I got laid more since my marriage ended than probably all the years before it, so I mean, that was a plus, but not really worth the cost. My money was wasted on Amazon, an amazing ferret named Brynjolf (ex would never let us get a pet), and as much weed as I could inhale to not think about how depressed I was...which it turns out is a lot of f$@$ing weed. About an ounce a month, give or take. I wonder how much I would've saved if I was in a legal state.

Another plus side - I haven't paid for any in at least a month, and I sure as heck have enjoyed. My brother has a lot of generous friends.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Shakes cane

Get out of my thread, you young whippersnappers!

I turned 50 in June, which I believe gives me the honor (by a few months) of being the oldest regular FaWtLer. You're a few months younger than me, right, John?

shows off young, taut 38 year old body, flexes in between NobodysHome home and lisamarlenes residence


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

Well, if it helps, I'm sure you're way more mature than me, Orthos. I left my marriage with no debt whatsoever, a good job, and about a grand saved up - within a few months, I had a couple grand of credit card debt, diddly squat in savings, and no job. Mania is a b$*!@.

I mean, I got laid more since my marriage ended than probably all the years before it, so I mean, that was a plus, but not really worth the cost. My money was wasted on Amazon, an amazing ferret named Brynjolf (ex would never let us get a pet), and as much weed as I could inhale to not think about how depressed I was...which it turns out is a lot of f#&@ing weed. About an ounce a month, give or take. I wonder how much I would've saved if I was in a legal state.

Another plus side - I haven't paid for any in at least a month, and I sure as heck have enjoyed. My brother has a lot of generous friends.

wow.

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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

Well, if it helps, I'm sure you're way more mature than me, Orthos. I left my marriage with no debt whatsoever, a good job, and about a grand saved up - within a few months, I had a couple grand of credit card debt, diddly squat in savings, and no job. Mania is a b$&%+.

I mean, I got laid more since my marriage ended than probably all the years before it, so I mean, that was a plus, but not really worth the cost. My money was wasted on Amazon, an amazing ferret named Brynjolf (ex would never let us get a pet), and as much weed as I could inhale to not think about how depressed I was...which it turns out is a lot of f*@%ing weed. About an ounce a month, give or take. I wonder how much I would've saved if I was in a legal state.

Another plus side - I haven't paid for any in at least a month, and I sure as heck have enjoyed. My brother has a lot of generous friends.

That does suck to hear. I hope things turn around for you soon, man.


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To a degree they have. My brother putting me up was a big deal. Getting out of Jax was a side benefit - all my memories in that city were connected to my ex, so it's a fresh reset - and I've seen people in support groups for bipolar that aren't as bad off as I am and have disability and stuff, so now that I'm unmarried again, that should come in time.

The getting laid part has stopped since the move. It's one thing to be broke, in debt, and living on your own. You can hide your financial ineptitude then, but no woman wants a piece of a 35 year old guy living in his 27 year old brother's storage room. Place is the size of a jail cell, we had to really work to fit a futon (too small a space to unfold), and my basic supplies, along with Bryn's cage.

I'm grateful, though, to have family that cares. My mom is a town over in Port Saint Lucie, and I'm back in REAL Florida (Jacksonville and Tallahassee are South Georgia, no matter what the border says - anyone who's been there and also been in the rest of Florida knows what I'm talking about). I'm making friends through my brother. I also caught up with two old high school buddies (i.e. my only two friends when I was in high school), so that was nice.

I also still have all my hair, which cannot be said for my childhood friend that now is my brother's boss. He may have a happy marriage to a beautiful wife, two awesome kids, a business that probably is worth at least five million bucks...but...um...he's gone rather bald, and I've still got a vibrant head of hair.

...I'll pretend hair plugs are not a thing for a while, while I bask in that.

And it's growing really fast. I dyed it black...I think after the first girlfriend after the divorce but before the first booty call... and the copper roots are already over half an inch.

Leave me alone. I had eleven years of monogamy and responsibility. I kinda sprung back like a rubber band that's been loosened without any responsible way of catching it. I also have a wicked awesome tattoo of a knight's helmet on my left hand covering my wedding ring tattoo, so that's cool. It's definitely a conversation piece. Sometimes women stop to ask about it. Yeah. Spending spree too, after a decade of being conservative with my money. Oh, the glories of a post-divorce midlife crisis!

The way I figure, if my left hand gets me laid even 25% as often as my right, it's a win.


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Oh, and I discovered One Punch Man, and watched it like seven times so far. So THAT was a big win!

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yaaaaay, starting a course of antibiotics to try to defeat this sickness (I think it's bird flu plague ebola or something). maybe I'll get my voice back for Christmas...


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

To a degree they have. My brother putting me up was a big deal. Getting out of Jax was a side benefit - all my memories in that city were connected to my ex, so it's a fresh reset - and I've seen people in support groups for bipolar that aren't as bad off as I am and have disability and stuff, so now that I'm unmarried again, that should come in time.

The getting laid part has stopped since the move. It's one thing to be broke, in debt, and living on your own. You can hide your financial ineptitude then, but no woman wants a piece of a 35 year old guy living in his 27 year old brother's storage room. Place is the size of a jail cell, we had to really work to fit a futon (too small a space to unfold), and my basic supplies, along with Bryn's cage.

I'm grateful, though, to have family that cares. My mom is a town over in Port Saint Lucie, and I'm back in REAL Florida (Jacksonville and Tallahassee are South Georgia, no matter what the border says - anyone who's been there and also been in the rest of Florida knows what I'm talking about). I'm making friends through my brother. I also caught up with two old high school buddies (i.e. my only two friends when I was in high school), so that was nice.

I also still have all my hair, which cannot be said for my childhood friend that now is my brother's boss. He may have a happy marriage to a beautiful wife, two awesome kids, a business that probably is worth at least five million bucks...but...um...he's gone rather bald, and I've still got a vibrant head of hair.

...I'll pretend hair plugs are not a thing for a while, while I bask in that.

And it's growing really fast. I dyed it black...I think after the first girlfriend after the divorce but before the first booty call... and the copper roots are already over half an inch.

Leave me alone. I had eleven years of monogamy and responsibility. I kinda sprung back like a rubber band that's been loosened without any responsible way of catching it. I also have a wicked awesome tattoo of a knight's helmet on...

Now I am thinking I am weird because I do not like the hair dye and debt but most of the other stuff does not bother me. Then again I don't make any pretense to be normal.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Shakes cane

Get out of my thread, you young whippersnappers!

I turned 50 in June, which I believe gives me the honor (by a few months) of being the oldest regular FaWtLer. You're a few months younger than me, right, John?

Yes. Mine was in October.


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*SIGH*. Unappreciated in my own house.

Impus Major: Fluffernutter, are you lying in your own vomit?
NobodysHome: Yeah, she joined a frat.

Dead silence. Crickets chirping...


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Skyrim Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:
I'm still doing terrible things to video games.
Well, my franken-X-Box (put together from two broken ones by a friend of mine) finally crapped out, so no more Skyrim for me :-/

Send me your address please.

Edit - Was it an X-Box 360 or an X-Box One?


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Oh, and I discovered One Punch Man, and watched it like seven times so far. So THAT was a big win!

If you can get your hands on the manga, it's utterly amazing what a good job the anime did in Season 1.

I'm worried about the new studio for season 2, so I read ahead, and it's still awesome.

It's a teensy bit of a drive, but I happen to know our local high school library has a full set...


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Ahh, the joys of playing Hearthstone at work. I was winning a match, then had to deal with a walk-in, missed two turns, and lost.
Oh, that was you! Thanks for the turnaround win. ;)

You're welcome?


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Everyone has their "the holiday season is upon us, ergo I must watch this" film. Or set of films.
Mine is, with all its errors and wince-inducing directorial choices, The Lord of the Rings.
Even if the first film should be titled "The Fellowship of the Cheekbones".
I long for the good old days when Peter Jackson was only quasi-treasonous and not the unprincipled whore he later became.
I'm going through the worst arthritis flare-up I've had in many, many months and it's making my job... difficult. Particularly when my students express their affection by grabbing me around the neck and then curling their legs up at the knees to hang on me like so many ungainly albatrosses.
Aaaand to make it really extra super-fun, my December depression decided to descend a bit early.
Soooo... feel-good movies. And a new project. I went to the craft store today to buy yarn to knit a Joey Ramone ragdoll for my incipient niece who is arriving in a matter of weeks.
(That was actually a bad call. Nothing makes me scream "F--k all of humanity; we're done here" like going into Michael's during the pre-Christmas season. But I got my yarn. And I might even have the doll finished by the time my niece is born.)
Soooo... yeah. I'm going back to my LOTR and knitting now.


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~groans~ Getting Skyrim SE to work with all the mods that I want on my X-Box One is such a pain. It keeps on crashing back to the home page. ~grumbles~ And I haven't had much time this weekend to work on it due to major RL issues.


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Oh, Mom is doing better. She might be released today or tomorrow. I do know that she is over cancer, being sick, and the hospital.


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I'm glad that she's better. *Fingers crossed*


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*watching a video of some people playing an NHL game, one guy takes about a dozen shots in less than a minute, every shot misses/is blocked*

"It's like I'm trying to have sex back when I was in High School. I try and try, but just can't score!"


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Ah highschool that was an ...interesting time...


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"I'm like a bulldog on the ice. We both have trouble walking."


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lisamarlene wrote:

Everyone has their "the holiday season is upon us, ergo I must watch this" film. Or set of films.

Mine is, with all its errors and wince-inducing directorial choices, The Lord of the Rings.
Even if the first film should be titled "The Fellowship of the Cheekbones".
I long for the good old days when Peter Jackson was only quasi-treasonous and not the unprincipled whore he later became.
I'm going through the worst arthritis flare-up I've had in many, many months and it's making my job... difficult. Particularly when my students express their affection by grabbing me around the neck and then curling their legs up at the knees to hang on me like so many ungainly albatrosses.
Aaaand to make it really extra super-fun, my December depression decided to descend a bit early.
Soooo... feel-good movies. And a new project. I went to the craft store today to buy yarn to knit a Joey Ramone ragdoll for my incipient niece who is arriving in a matter of weeks.
(That was actually a bad call. Nothing makes me scream "F--k all of humanity; we're done here" like going into Michael's during the pre-Christmas season. But I got my yarn. And I might even have the doll finished by the time my niece is born.)
Soooo... yeah. I'm going back to my LOTR and knitting now.

I hope that your feel better soon, lisamarlene


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Ever have a song that you haven't heard for a long time (as in, over 10 years, possibly longer) suddenly pop into your head for no damn reason? This one popped into my head a few days ago, and has been sitting there ever since.

At least it's one I like.


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Sharoth wrote:
Oh, Mom is doing better. She might be released today or tomorrow. I do know that she is over cancer, being sick, and the hospital.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

To a degree they have. My brother putting me up was a big deal. Getting out of Jax was a side benefit - all my memories in that city were connected to my ex, so it's a fresh reset - and I've seen people in support groups for bipolar that aren't as bad off as I am and have disability and stuff, so now that I'm unmarried again, that should come in time.

The getting laid part has stopped since the move. It's one thing to be broke, in debt, and living on your own. You can hide your financial ineptitude then, but no woman wants a piece of a 35 year old guy living in his 27 year old brother's storage room. Place is the size of a jail cell, we had to really work to fit a futon (too small a space to unfold), and my basic supplies, along with Bryn's cage.

I'm grateful, though, to have family that cares. My mom is a town over in Port Saint Lucie, and I'm back in REAL Florida (Jacksonville and Tallahassee are South Georgia, no matter what the border says - anyone who's been there and also been in the rest of Florida knows what I'm talking about). I'm making friends through my brother. I also caught up with two old high school buddies (i.e. my only two friends when I was in high school), so that was nice.

I also still have all my hair, which cannot be said for my childhood friend that now is my brother's boss. He may have a happy marriage to a beautiful wife, two awesome kids, a business that probably is worth at least five million bucks...but...um...he's gone rather bald, and I've still got a vibrant head of hair.

...I'll pretend hair plugs are not a thing for a while, while I bask in that.

And it's growing really fast. I dyed it black...I think after the first girlfriend after the divorce but before the first booty call... and the copper roots are already over half an inch.

Leave me alone. I had eleven years of monogamy and responsibility. I kinda sprung back like a rubber band that's been loosened without any responsible way of catching it. I also have a wicked awesome tattoo of a knight's helmet on...

My dad has found the oil to be the best medicine for his Parkinson's disease.

It's one of the reasons we're considering moving back to Seattle, so he can move with us.


Sharoth wrote:
Oh, Mom is doing better. She might be released today or tomorrow. I do know that she is over cancer, being sick, and the hospital.

I am glad to hear the first; I am sorry/understanding of the latter.


New Page, FaWtLers! Booyah! ... in a good way!

I'd originally been planning on updating this once per page.

HAH! FaWtL put a stop to that~!

Original Post with a question for everyone to answer!

YAY!

And now, with a Vagrant Erudite hanging around... time to post the question again!

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And now the results so far of EverFaWtL:

01) aatea: ________________________

02) CH: ________________________

03) Crookshanks: ___________________

04) CY: medium (brute vigilante archetype); mammoth rider PrC

05) doctor_wu: investigator (tetori monk archetype; for better hugging); ??? <no PrC suggested>

06) Drejk: psychic OR int-based sorcerer (archeologist bard archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

07) Freehold: martial artist monk/lust wizard (solacer bard archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

08) Game Hamster: cleric (archetype granting smite evil or inquisition??); ??? <no PrC suggested>

09) gran: wizard (warrior of the holy light paladin archetype); PrCs (I'unno, maybe being "that guy" - i.e. me - who wants a non-evil assassin?)

10) Icy: ______________

11) J4rh43d: empericist investigator (with blossoming light cleric archetype) OR blossoming light cleric (with empericist investigator archetype)... OR paladin (with blossoming light cleric archetype); good sanguine angel OR alchemist/brewkeeper OR wizard/<any full casting PrC to fix stuff>

12) Jess Door: Paladin (archeologist bard archetype?); Loremaster [ALT/ADTL: just a cat]

13) John (Napier): Traveller d20 Grand Admiral [Imperial subrank “archetype”] OR Gunslinger (bounty hunter slayer archetype); duelist PrC

14) Kileanna: __________________

15) Kjeldorn: druid (archivist bard archetype); home brew paladin PrC OR brewkeeper PrC (lacking religious flavor)

16) Limey: fighter/rogue/mage (all with the musketeer archetype); toss up (duelist, eldritch knight, assassin [3.5] not evil... automatically)

17) lisamarlene: in need of coffee PATHFINDER CHRONICLER, ALL ELSE MEANINGLESS (it’s close to being Indiana Jones! Squee!)

18) lynora: witch (crashing wave cleric archetype water bending); ??? <no PrC suggested> :)

19) NH: paladin of some sort, and definitely not the Core PrCs or the early archetypes thereof! (also, as of lisamarlene, is now given bonus levels in grumpy-pants! lucky! I'm stuck waiting 'til 80 to take levels in that, and he gets epic levels now~! Maaaaaannnnnnnn some people just win... ;D)

20) Orthos: wilder (unknown archetype that nabs Dark Knowledge from Heroes of Horror); wilder/dragonfire adept/<the PrC that combines those>

21) Scint: alchemist (archavist bard archetype; yay know-it-all mad science (so basically a female Bill Nye, which is now the coolest thing ever)); "soracle" theurge (sorcerer/oracle/theurge)

22) Sharoth: 20th level commoner (weakness: fear of house cats)

23) Sissyl: NO ARCHETYPES; optimized cleric/wizard/mystic theurge

24) Syrus: warpriest [Healing, Tactics domains] (unknown archetype of something for smite and/or marshal auras); Evangelist (with The Deity ;D)

25) Thomas Seitz (look, I know you've been hanging around, because you just favorited a post of mine I'm secretly psychic!): Paladin, duh!; ??? <no PrC suggested>

26) Me!: psionic erudite (unifier tactician archetype) or erudite/wizard/cerebromancer

27) TOZ: Oracle (Unbreakable Fighter archetype); Oracle/Holy Vindicator (sneaking suspicion that he may, just possibly, perhaps, have a type)

28) TS: fellow erudite psion with some “expanded knowledge” feat-focused archetype (OR a wizard with access to both wish spells, and the missing 9th level wizard spells); any PrC with +1 ML (and/or +1 CL) per level (“thou shalt not sacrifice…”)

29) The Vagrant Erudite: __________________

30) Vanykrye: kensai magus (empericist investigator archetype); paladin/monk/<Iroran Paladin-monk-PrC>

31) Vidmaster: magus sorcerer (with the celeberty bard archetype) or bard (with the spell blade magus archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

32) Wei Ji: bard (spirit guide oracle archetype); sorcerer (or bloodrager)/dragon disciple

... and since I know for a fact that a certain Chinese kitty sometimes hangs out over hear (but rarely posts anything!! >:I): Mort. Just... Just a Mort.: wizard (urban ranger archetype); student of war PrC (oh: and/or assassin?)

Enjoy!

And now, some random stats I noticed:
- 6/33: unanswered
- 25/33: at least partially answered
- 15/33: fully answered
- 09/33: totally followed the all the rules!
All answers are totally valid; I was just interested in statistics. XD


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So here we are, over two weeks after Daylight Savings Time ended, and I'm still waking up every morning at 4:05 am. On the one hand, it's nice to have the extra hour in the morning. On the other, I worry about what effects the long-term lack of sleep is having on my body.

But then, as my father always said, "If you need the sleep, your body'll sleep."

So I have to figure with no stressors and no alarm set, my body's just taking what it needs, and waking me up when it feels like it.

Stupid body.


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Well do you feel sleepy all day? If not I say go with it.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Well do you feel sleepy all day? If not I say go with it.

Nope. I feel fine. So I'm just letting it ride for the moment.


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Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.


Okay. Okay, okay, okay, okay. Okay.

So Season three Episode nine of iZombie is awesome~!

XD

EDIT: I mean, for multiple reasons!

And for once in this season, the drama is reasonable~!


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So wait, TL, is this supposed to be my favorite class, or what I think I'd be, or like...what?

Also, thanks for the offer Sharoth, but my brother has a PS3 and GTA V, so I'm not totally helpless - and I downloaded Tactics - War of the Lions on my PC so that's eating hours up. Such a great remake. Love that they went with hand drawn cut scenes instead of CGI.


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Okay, so having actually read the link like an adult instead of waiting for someone to get back to me...a class, but with an archetype from...another class?

Churomancer Wizard (necromancer - undead subtype) with Juju Oracle somehow spread in there. Just give me all the dead people. All of them. I can fashionably wear bl...no, you know what? I'll wear pure f$#+ing snow white. And make a horde of shambling...no, sprinting, because hasted plague zombies are fun...monsters tear apart anyone who gets a speck of color on my glorious outfit.

So I guess it's Juju Oracle with Churomancer as the archetype, 'cause Juju is a mystery and not an archetype. But you get the point. All of the dead things.


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The wind is cruel today.

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