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Sovereign Court

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Ah! Naked DMing 2 pages in a row?!?


Should I create a new level 8 PC now or wait for the kill?

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Jess Door wrote:
Ah! Naked DMing 2 pages in a row?!?

There should be more Naked Female DM's... I heartily approve! :D

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
flash_cxxi wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

We are 2 sessions into Fortress of the Stone Giants. I must admit that it is one of the ones I know very little about, so I'm interested to see how it plays.

Did you know there are some nice paper minis you could use for those adventures?

*cough*


taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Makes me think of that character in the Mummy movie. The one who carried a religious symbol for every group.
Benny!
First Total Recall, then The Mummy. Anytime there's a character named Benny in a movie, I LOVE them, then they get horribly killed.

Joss Whedon wouldn't kill likable Benny...

Of course he would!!!


Wolfthulhu wrote:
taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Makes me think of that character in the Mummy movie. The one who carried a religious symbol for every group.
Benny!
First Total Recall, then The Mummy. Anytime there's a character named Benny in a movie, I LOVE them, then they get horribly killed.

Joss Whedon wouldn't kill likable Wash...

Oh, wait...

See??!! And he also killed that demon dude from Angel that was remotely likeable.


Jess Door wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Observation of the day: Plants are cool because they can break into soil that is difficult to break apart with your fingers. Also: concrete!

Plants are evil because they sit there all innocent-like. "Oh, hmm...I can't move, I'm not a threat to you, OH WAIT THERE'S A GIANT GROSS SOMETHING ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THAT LEAF YOU JUST TOUCHED!" Or green peppers..."look, I'm just a vegetable, just hanging out, but I'm HOLLOW INSIDE AND YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN FLESH EATING SCARAB BEETLES MIGHT SWARM OUT OF THOSE HOLLOW PLACES AND EAT YOU!"

...maybe that's just me, though.

Brocolli leaves are all pale, and they always have bug eaten holes in them...they're scary zombie leaves.

::shudders::

....

Uh...
Yeah...


Tensor wrote:


I have a feeling something has gone wrong today.

I mean, in a world changing in a bad way kind of way.

Whahappen?


Jess Door wrote:
Ah! Naked DMing 2 pages in a row?!?

Room in your game for one more? eyebrow waggle


Wolfthulhu wrote:
Tensor wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:
That boy needs some red meat. Steak!

In today's world, steak is corn, aka. carbs.

You live in a messed up world.

Yay, I live in America, on planet Earth, in the Milky Way Galaxy,,in ... (don't know after that,) circa 2011 AD after the death of our Christ.

Time and space coordinates. But I don't think the ones I am using are universally accepted.


Gark the Goblin wrote:

Hey, so BT!

** spoiler omitted **

spoiler:
I've never played PFS before, but I did make a rouge with PFS rules once. I'm not familiar with the the Shadow Lodge faction.

Gark the Goblin wrote:
Tensor wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Question of the day: What is the evolutionary purpose of the potato's regenerative ability (from the tubers)?

Reproductive fitness.

Depending upon the particular environment the potato finds itself in this can be a positive or a negative.

Ding-ding-ding! However, how often is it that potatoes are broken up and scattered? Mostly, it's done by burrowing mammals, which aren't very likely to not eat them (well, I suppose there could be large mammals that dug them out of the earth, but even that scatters them only a little). So the trait that makes them so easy to grow in gardens and fields might be useful rarely in a state of nature.

Let's try to quantify 'useful rarely in a state of nature'?

10%? 20%? 2%?


Hi everyone!!!! So, still no pc at home. At work now, figured I'd pop in and say hi. I'm like 4300 posts behind. :(

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Solnes wrote:
Hi everyone!!!! So, still no pc at home. At work now, figured I'd pop in and say hi. I'm like 4300 posts behind. :(

That stinks! You and Moorluck are missed.


Mac Boyce wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
lebreton wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Makes me think of that character in the Mummy movie. The one who carried a religious symbol for every group.
Benny!

One of Aberzombies nick names.

Brother 2 called him this for years after the movie came out

Must you give away all my secrets? Next thing you know, you'll be telling them about that time I saved the world from an invasion by extra-dimensional beavers bent on conquest.
I wondered where Solnes and Lynora went....

o.O MAC!


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Hi everyone!!!! So, still no pc at home. At work now, figured I'd pop in and say hi. I'm like 4300 posts behind. :(
That stinks! You and Moorluck are missed.

We miss you guys too. But we are enjoying some serious quality time, since we have no internets to distract us. He is working on some Homebrew game conversions, and we are gaming quite a bit more. :)


Hef Ing More-Ahn wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Was AZ wandering the KY byways?
What Arizona want with sex jelly?

I knew someone would go there.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

Meh. I'm lucky if my game's party makes it to the third round of combat. They just pwned a Yochlol and her squad of worg-mounted drow.

So true - I think the only reason that BBEG battle lasted more than 4 rounds was because I started attacking when they were still 180 feet away.


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Hi everyone!!!! So, still no pc at home. At work now, figured I'd pop in and say hi. I'm like 4300 posts behind. :(
That stinks! You and Moorluck are missed.

+1


Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Treppa wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Well, Eric is back, though not at full enthusiasm. Aren't we still missing someone. Brain is slow to make name come. Ugh.
Solnes? Moorluck? Sharoth? Orthos? Our dragons have thinned out.

Orthos was the one totally unaccounted for. <Whew>

Thanks!
I miss them as well. Don't tell them though. Don't want them thinkin' I'm goin' soft. sips Haterade(tm) meaningfully

Agreed, I miss them too. But, since I'm the Anti-FHDM, I want everyone to tell them. Because I *AM* a softy.

queue Urizen comment

Aww we're missed! <3

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Solnes wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Hi everyone!!!! So, still no pc at home. At work now, figured I'd pop in and say hi. I'm like 4300 posts behind. :(
That stinks! You and Moorluck are missed.
We miss you guys too. But we are enjoying some serious quality time, since we have no internets to distract us. He is working on some Homebrew game conversions, and we are gaming quite a bit more. :)

I'm glad to hear that something positive is resulting from being off the grid. Make the best of it!


Crimson Jester wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Urrrrg! Makes me angry for you, man.

40 bucks a month? really?

I couldn't......stand myself.....

It' has been 10 years, I wasn't going to see it anyway. Plus I have the important stuff, I got the kids.

I <3 this post

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Jess Door wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

I'll be working on a TPK tomorrow, Tordek, never fear. >:D

I have faith in you Jess. Meanwhile, youngest son and I will be playing Arkham Horror with Lebreton on Sunday.


*blink*

YAY Solnes! You and Moorluck are missed. It aint the same without you. Glad to hear you are having fun regardless.

*blink*


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

Meh. I'm lucky if my game's party makes it to the third round of combat. They just pwned a Yochlol and her squad of worg-mounted drow.
So true - I think the only reason that BBEG battle lasted more than 4 rounds was because I started attacking when they were still 180 feet away.

I find splitting the baddies up into discrete squads and attacking from several directions helps to soften the Shock and Awe the party responds with.


Went back about 15 pages, but thats all the patience and time I have. Seems everyone is doing aright.

We have inventory here at work again this coming Wed, so I have to run and finish my pre-counts.

I miss you guys though and hope that all is well. I may add that those that have our number may call us and say hi every now and then, as it looks like it will be another two weeks or so before we are back online. And it would help to get a bit of our Fawtl fix. :)

The Dragon calls at least twice a week! Some could take a page from his notebook! ;)

(((hugs))) to everyone.


Solnes wrote:

Went back about 15 pages, but thats all the patience and time I have. Seems everyone is doing aright.

We have inventory here at work again this coming Wed, so I have to run and finish my pre-counts.

I miss you guys though and hope that all is well. I may add that those that have our number may call us and say hi every now and then, as it looks like it will be another two weeks or so before we are back online. And it would help to get a bit of our Fawtl fix. :)

The Dragon calls at least twice a week! Some could take a page from his notebook! ;)

(((hugs))) to everyone.

Ship me your number privately and I'll call to say hi. You know where you can find me =)

Liberty's Edge

flash_cxxi wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
Ah! Naked DMing 2 pages in a row?!?
There should be more Naked Female DM's... I heartily approve! :D

I'm pretty sure all this naked GMing in my family games would go down . . . poorly.

Liberty's Edge

Freehold DM wrote:
taig wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Makes me think of that character in the Mummy movie. The one who carried a religious symbol for every group.
Benny!
First Total Recall, then The Mummy. Anytime there's a character named Benny in a movie, I LOVE them, then they get horribly killed.

Jess Whedon wouldn't kill likable Benny...

Of course he would!!!

I didn't see this before . . .

Liberty's Edge

Bitter Thorn wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:

Hey, so BT!

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
I was thinking about which faction you would best fit into. I think it was while being re-surprised by AZ's and his brothers' faction choices.
Liberty's Edge

Tensor wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Tensor wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Question of the day: What is the evolutionary purpose of the potato's regenerative ability (from the tubers)?

Reproductive fitness.

Depending upon the particular environment the potato finds itself in this can be a positive or a negative.

Ding-ding-ding! However, how often is it that potatoes are broken up and scattered? Mostly, it's done by burrowing mammals, which aren't very likely to not eat them (well, I suppose there could be large mammals that dug them out of the earth, but even that scatters them only a little). So the trait that makes them so easy to grow in gardens and fields might be useful rarely in a state of nature.

Let's try to quantify 'useful rarely in a state of nature'?

10%? 20%? 2%?

I don't think I can quantify effectively without statistics. But how often would the potatoes be accidentally unearthed and spread elsewhere? I think, if it was a trait useful to them in recent evolution, they must have evolved with large mammals.

Oh wait! Brain wave! Certain herbivores might tear potatoes up while eating the leaves. You know, that might be it.

Liberty's Edge

Solnes wrote:
Hi everyone!!!! So, still no pc at home. At work now, figured I'd pop in and say hi. I'm like 4300 posts behind. :(

OMG! Who is that?!

Dark Archive

Solnes wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
lebreton wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Makes me think of that character in the Mummy movie. The one who carried a religious symbol for every group.
Benny!

One of Aberzombies nick names.

Brother 2 called him this for years after the movie came out

Must you give away all my secrets? Next thing you know, you'll be telling them about that time I saved the world from an invasion by extra-dimensional beavers bent on conquest.
I wondered where Solnes and Lynora went....
o.O MAC!

You know you missed me....

Liberty's Edge

Well, I missed you. :P

Liberty's Edge

Tensor wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Tensor wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Question of the day: What is the evolutionary purpose of the potato's regenerative ability (from the tubers)?

Reproductive fitness.

Depending upon the particular environment the potato finds itself in this can be a positive or a negative.

Ding-ding-ding! However, how often is it that potatoes are broken up and scattered? Mostly, it's done by burrowing mammals, which aren't very likely to not eat them (well, I suppose there could be large mammals that dug them out of the earth, but even that scatters them only a little). So the trait that makes them so easy to grow in gardens and fields might be useful rarely in a state of nature.

Let's try to quantify 'useful rarely in a state of nature'?

10%? 20%? 2%?

It's at least more than 0%. :P

Dark Archive

Studpuffin wrote:
Well, I missed you. :P

That explains the bird poop all over the porch...


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:

Hey, so BT!

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **

I reckon Andoran or something else freedom oriented.


Mac Boyce wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
lebreton wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Makes me think of that character in the Mummy movie. The one who carried a religious symbol for every group.
Benny!

One of Aberzombies nick names.

Brother 2 called him this for years after the movie came out

Must you give away all my secrets? Next thing you know, you'll be telling them about that time I saved the world from an invasion by extra-dimensional beavers bent on conquest.
I wondered where Solnes and Lynora went....
o.O MAC!
You know you missed me....

I do. :D

Call us this weekend if you get a chance.

Liberty's Edge

Bitter Thorn wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:

Hey, so BT!

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **
I reckon Andoran or something else freedom oriented.

Spoiler:
Yeah, I figured Andoran until I realised the Shadow Lodge was coming out next year. The Shadow Lodge does do the whole "reject establishment" thing. Personally, I've been thinking about changing my faction here.
Liberty's Edge

Solnes wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:
Solnes wrote:
Mac Boyce wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
lebreton wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Makes me think of that character in the Mummy movie. The one who carried a religious symbol for every group.
Benny!

One of Aberzombies nick names.

Brother 2 called him this for years after the movie came out

Must you give away all my secrets? Next thing you know, you'll be telling them about that time I saved the world from an invasion by extra-dimensional beavers bent on conquest.
I wondered where Solnes and Lynora went....
o.O MAC!
You know you missed me....

I do. :D

Call us this weekend if you get a chance.

She lives!

Liberty's Edge

So 9 more posts?

Liberty's Edge

What is your name?

Liberty's Edge

What is your quest?

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What is your favourite colour?

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Been watching the original TV series of Monty Python's Flying Circus.

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en ing e al ies f y on's ing us.

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Be wat t ori se o Mo Py Fl Ci

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Mac Boyce wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Well, I missed you. :P
That explains the bird poop all over the porch...

Rub his beak in it, its the only way to teach him. :P


Why is it, that I am bored, no one comes in, so I get a phone call...awesome! And then all of a sudden ...customers! Time to run, take care of business, and then hang up, and everyone clears out. Just not right!

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