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And . . . .

I'm back!!

EDIT: . . . and winning.


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My latest scavenged find is a commemorative tankard for the Yeovil Town Cryer Competition. It's nice that they have a contest for who can shout the best while wearing a tricorne hat, and nicer still that they went to the lengths of engraving a beer glass to celebrate the event.

Shadow Lodge

*gasps for air* THAT WAS TOO LONG.


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returns to thread wearing homespun furs, wielding flint tipped spears

I had to entertain myself without the site.


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First FAWTL post after the Paizo Apocalypse?


Not even close.


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Freehold DM wrote:

returns to thread wearing homespun furs, wielding flint tipped spears

I had to entertain myself without the site.

Those...those aren't spears...


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Tacticslion wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Facebook: I ignore it, but I also ignore email, so. Also, my wife luuuuuurrrrrrrrrrrrrves it.
Yeah, you don't even have "add friend" button...

Don't quite know what this means...

XD

Your facebook profile doesn't have one.


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One day 'til playtest is on.
And two days before the rest of the games in the latest humble bundle I got are revealed... :/

I started to put on cloths to go to shop and buy a few things, only for the storm to break out. Thankfully before I walked outside, so now I am sitting in front of computer.


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Vanykrye wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

returns to thread wearing homespun furs, wielding flint tipped spears

I had to entertain myself without the site.

Those...those aren't spears...

I recycle.


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Been gone since last week, what have I missed?

What I've been up to: Last night I helped playtest an adventure for Mrs Sunrise's coven.

:O

...D&D does lead to sex, drugs, and witchcraft!!!


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Been gone since last week, what have I missed?

What I've been up to: Last night I helped playtest an adventure for Mrs Sunrise's coven.

:O

...D&D does lead to sex, drugs, and witchcraft!!!

...you what now?


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Tell us more about that sex part.

Also, I might need more D&D in my life...


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Pizza is late... This is the first time that pizza from that pizzeria is late. Usually they are 10-30 minutes earlier than estimated time.


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Ah, back form Farm-sitting.

Now for some quality FaWtL-time...

*Looks at the forums wobbly state*

*Sighs*

Well, I'm back wobbly site or not.

*waves to everyone*

Anything earthshattering happened?


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Ok, it's here. Apparently there was a lot of orders at the same time when the storm started...


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(1) Nothing much happened, since the site was down for what? 12 hours or so?

(2) Well, I worked my tail off Monday, Tuesday, and this morning, knowing that I had four major projects to get done this week before my 2-week vacation. I have three of them done, putting me a full half-day ahead of schedule.
But rather than thinking, "Woo hoo! Early Friday!", I'm thinking, "Oh, Gods, what horrors are going to happen on this fourth project to make me work overtime going into the weekend?"

NobodysHome, pessimist extraordinaire!


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Well then, hope your last project comes through smoothly, so you may get an early start on your vacation!

I also hope I didn't jinx it merely talking about it ^^'


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Also…
Impressive setting tinker TL!
Most Impressive.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Been gone since last week, what have I missed?

What I've been up to: Last night I helped playtest an adventure for Mrs Sunrise's coven.

:O

...D&D does lead to sex, drugs, and witchcraft!!!

...you what now?

Mrs Sunrise's coven is very participatory, at least on holidays. There's always a ritual; but before the ritual proper, there's always some kind of fun thematic thing to do. Usually it's something crafty, like making candles or tree ornaments; but it can be anything participatory. Like an rpg adventure.

The member high-priesting this Saturday's Lughnasadh decided to GM an adventure as the pre-ritual fun thing. But she's never GMed (or played, I think) anything before. So she came over, and Mrs Sunrise and I playtested her adventure over dinner.

*Pronounced Loo-nasah

Which is only D&D in the sense that any TTRPG is 'D&D.' But it involved a Scarecrow Army, which was pretty cool.

Spoiler:
No sex or drugs, sorry for the letdown.


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I was into Druidism for a bit, but it didn't last.

Shadow Lodge

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Tac, I may steal some of that if I ever run WOTR in NWN.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Been gone since last week, what have I missed?

What I've been up to: Last night I helped playtest an adventure for Mrs Sunrise's coven.

:O

...D&D does lead to sex, drugs, and witchcraft!!!

...you what now?

Mrs Sunrise's coven is very participatory, at least on holidays. There's always a ritual; but before the ritual proper, there's always some kind of fun thematic thing to do. Usually it's something crafty, like making candles or tree ornaments; but it can be anything participatory. Like an rpg adventure.

The member high-priesting this Saturday's Lughnasadh decided to GM an adventure as the pre-ritual fun thing. But she's never GMed (or played, I think) anything before. So she came over, and Mrs Sunrise and I playtested her adventure over dinner.

*Pronounced Loo-nasah

Which is only D&D in the sense that any TTRPG is 'D&D.' But it involved a Scarecrow Army, which was pretty cool.

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
attaches cone of shame to Tequila Sunrise

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Kjeldorn wrote:


Also…
Impressive setting tinkering TL!
Most Impressive.

Fixed that for myself…

^^'

Sorry!

The Exchange

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Paizo was down so I busied myself preparing book 2 of iron fang invasion. All done except putting fog of war.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Been gone since last week, what have I missed?

What I've been up to: Last night I helped playtest an adventure for Mrs Sunrise's coven.

:O

...D&D does lead to sex, drugs, and witchcraft!!!

...you what now?

Mrs Sunrise's coven is very participatory, at least on holidays. There's always a ritual; but before the ritual proper, there's always some kind of fun thematic thing to do. Usually it's something crafty, like making candles or tree ornaments; but it can be anything participatory. Like an rpg adventure.

The member high-priesting this Saturday's Lughnasadh decided to GM an adventure as the pre-ritual fun thing. But she's never GMed (or played, I think) anything before. So she came over, and Mrs Sunrise and I playtested her adventure over dinner.

*Pronounced Loo-nasah

Which is only D&D in the sense that any TTRPG is 'D&D.' But it involved a Scarecrow Army, which was pretty cool.

** spoiler omitted **

Huh…

Well that's one way of getting into TTRPGs, you don't hear about often. Then again I have no idea what your average coven does on ritual days/nights, so maybe its common enough.
Sounds interesting though.

Though, I feel slightly bummed out about the lack of nude-forest-clearing-frolicking and shroom-munching…
;P

Just a Mort wrote:
Paizo was down so I busied myself preparing book 2 of iron fang invasion. All done except putting fog of war.

*Pets Mort, and give her a nuzzle between the ears*

Busy as usual, I see ^^

The Exchange

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Kjeldorn wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Been gone since last week, what have I missed?

What I've been up to: Last night I helped playtest an adventure for Mrs Sunrise's coven.

:O

...D&D does lead to sex, drugs, and witchcraft!!!

...you what now?

Mrs Sunrise's coven is very participatory, at least on holidays. There's always a ritual; but before the ritual proper, there's always some kind of fun thematic thing to do. Usually it's something crafty, like making candles or tree ornaments; but it can be anything participatory. Like an rpg adventure.

The member high-priesting this Saturday's Lughnasadh decided to GM an adventure as the pre-ritual fun thing. But she's never GMed (or played, I think) anything before. So she came over, and Mrs Sunrise and I playtested her adventure over dinner.

*Pronounced Loo-nasah

Which is only D&D in the sense that any TTRPG is 'D&D.' But it involved a Scarecrow Army, which was pretty cool.

** spoiler omitted **

Huh…

Well that's one way of getting into TTRPGs, you don't hear about often. Then again I have no idea what your average coven does on ritual days/nights, so maybe its common enough.
Sounds interesting though.

Though, I feel slightly bummed out about the lack of nude-forest-clearing-frolicking and shroom-munching…
;P

Just a Mort wrote:
Paizo was down so I busied myself preparing book 2 of iron fang invasion. All done except putting fog of war.

*Pets Mort, and give her a nuzzle between the ears*

Busy as usual, I see ^^

Shrooms? I love Shrooms!

The Exchange

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I'm always a busy body. Either that,or I get bored.

I do know sometimes I get myself so busy I put myself under undue stress.

The Exchange

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Did anyone figure out why the site was down again? Was it due to the pathfinder 2.0 rush?

The Exchange

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NobodysHome wrote:

(1) Nothing much happened, since the site was down for what? 12 hours or so?

(2) Well, I worked my tail off Monday, Tuesday, and this morning, knowing that I had four major projects to get done this week before my 2-week vacation. I have three of them done, putting me a full half-day ahead of schedule.
But rather than thinking, "Woo hoo! Early Friday!", I'm thinking, "Oh, Gods, what horrors are going to happen on this fourth project to make me work overtime going into the weekend?"

NobodysHome, pessimist extraordinaire!

Too much work makes everyone pessimistic.

I'm mildly grouchy myself that I didn't get my PBP dose yesterday because the site was down.


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No idea, but its a fair guess.

I'm kind of the opposite…not really that good at keep myself on task, so I end up half-assing a lot of things. On the positive side it does make you generally better at half-assing things ^^'

Just watch out for yourself Mort, take a rest once in while, pace yourself and make yourself feel nice and relaxed.

*Gives Mort a back-scratch*

Though, everything tells me you've already got (most) things well in hand.

*Yawns*

Its sleepy time me thinks.

Nighty Night Y'all


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There was another materials delay in our job (our distributer needs a refresher course in how to use a calculator, so who knows what we're doing until we have to return in a week, I'm tired of not having cell coverage.


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If it helps John, I got Freehold with Diswhat? this morning. :-)

The Exchange

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Kjeldorn wrote:

No idea, but its a fair guess.

I'm kind of the opposite…not really that good at keep myself on task, so I end up half-assing a lot of things. On the positive side it does make you generally better at half-assing things ^^'

Just watch out for yourself Mort, take a rest once in while, pace yourself and make yourself feel nice and relaxed.

*Gives Mort a back-scratch*

Though, everything tells me you've already got (most) things well in hand.

*Yawns*

Its sleepy time me thinks.

Nighty Night Y'all

Yes I should have got it all covered. That way I can concentrate more on running the PBP.I'm all about preparation and planning.

*nuzzles Kjeldorn*

CY -you managed to meet Freehold? How'd you get him discord?


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No, I met Vany. If I met Captain Yesterday, I would have talked him into building me a y wing. With hydraulics so I can pimp my ride, old school.


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Text message.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Text message.

get to building, you.


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Freehold DM wrote:
No, I met Vany. If I met Captain Yesterday, I would have talked him into building me a y wing. With hydraulics so I can pimp my ride, old school.

I'm going to need more cardboard tubes for the hydraulics, and probably some duct tape and streamers.

And stickers! You can't build anything without stickers.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
No, I met Vany. If I met Captain Yesterday, I would have talked him into building me a y wing. With hydraulics so I can pimp my ride, old school.

I'm going to need more cardboard tubes for the hydraulics, and probably some duct tape and streamers.

And stickers! You can't build anything without stickers.

obviously.


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So. Bike was just stolen. Locks clipped. Filing police report.


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Freehold DM wrote:
So. Bike was just stolen. Locks clipped. Filing police report.

Gods. That suuuuuuuucks!

It's changed amazingly around here since my childhood. I had a friend who had SIX bikes stolen from El Cerrito Plaza alone; all locked. When I was a kid, parking your bike anywhere except the school bike rack was a practical guarantee of losing it.

These days kids don't even lock their bikes any more, and just leave 'em lying around everywhere. I don't know a kid who's had a bike stolen, other than Impus Major having his tricycle stolen 14 years ago.

Yes, I am indeed an old man talking about how crime in my town has improved since I was a kid.

You can spit out your drinks now.


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Not myself right now. Will not be myself for while. Apologies for any abruptness.


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Sorry man, that sucks!


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If it helps I just tried jamming a ten dollar bill into a chip reader at the self checkout and then as I was leaving saw a big burly dude with a man bun and poodle service dog wearing a big pink bow and matching diaper.


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And all while completely sober.


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Kjeldorn wrote:

Huh…

Well that's one way of getting into TTRPGs, you don't hear about often. Then again I have no idea what your average coven does on ritual days/nights, so maybe its common enough.
Sounds interesting though.
Though, I feel slightly bummed out about the lack of nude-forest-clearing-frolicking and shroom-munching…
;P

Apparently some covens are into ritual sex, but Mrs Sunrise's is very conventional. So sexy stuff is purely metaphorical, like dancing around the maypole at Beltane.

And some bawdy joking, but that's just people.

Spoiler:
Yes, I am getting a huge kick out of disappointing you and Freehold. ;)


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Freehold DM wrote:
No, I met Vany. If I met Captain Yesterday, I would have talked him into building me a y wing. With hydraulics so I can pimp my ride, old school.

If it happens, I am so getting you a set of d20 fuzzy dice to hang from the rearview.


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Freehold DM wrote:
So. Bike was just stolen. Locks clipped. Filing police report.

NO!

(Offers large drink and hug in whichever order.)


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Sad to hear about your bike, Freehold. Had that happen, myself, many years ago.

*Loved* that bike -- a 1998 Marin Hawk Hill: chrome-moly frame, rapid-fire Shimano components, front shocks (which was *wildly* new to me, at the time, despite several years' offroading on ye olden Huffy), etc., etc., etc.

. . . but that was just for fun and getting around the college campus. Losing the primary ride for employment? Would have been much tougher to take.

Sympathies, chief. :(


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captain yesterday wrote:
If it helps I just tried jamming a ten dollar bill into a chip reader at the self checkout and then as I was leaving saw a big burly dude with a man bun and poodle service dog wearing a big pink bow and matching diaper.

Did anybody else read this as the big burly dude wearing the big pink bow and matching diaper?

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