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Kjeldorn wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
WELP it is official. this Hamster is going to have a rabbit in his apartment in about a week...

*looks dreamingly in the celling*

Remember my pet bunnies, cute little buggers, so soft and huggable.

He is a Rex.

King of Fur is not an exaggeration. It's better than mink.
Edit: Ummm... this is a coincidence...


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
WELP it is official. this Hamster is going to have a rabbit in his apartment in about a week...

*looks dreamingly in the celling*

Remember my pet bunnies, cute little buggers, so soft and huggable.

He is a Rex.

King of Fur is not an exaggeration. It's better than mink.
Edit: Ummm... this is a coincidence...

King of Feathers, you mean!

XD

This is only a joke.


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It's raining here, again. Third time today.


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Vanykrye wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Syrus Terrigan wrote:

Though I've slowed down in the last five years, especially, my appetite is still the stuff of legend in my social circle.

<snip>

This was me in my teens. Then I hit my 20s and very quickly learned no, I can't eat like that anymore. And gained about 100 pounds learning it.
this is what the bike was for.
An aversion to physical endurance/labor definitely didn't help either...

That was the downfall of 6 of my 7 brothers.

See, this is what intrigues me. What rank and which form of timeline are they?

Major Monday?
Corporal Tuesday?
Lieutenant Commander Tomorrow?
Private The Other Day?

I was the only one cool enough for nicknames in my family.


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John Napier 698 wrote:

Hi, Everyone.

*Sets out a bag of seedless grapes for Mort*

Hey John!

The Game Hamster wrote:

He is a Rex.

King of Fur is not an exaggeration. It's better than mink.
Edit: Ummm... this is a coincidence...

I'm guessing in the larger end of mid-sized then.


Yea, 10 punds...good sized bunny.
Love the softness of bunny fur, would use one for a pillow if I could.
If I remember correctly all of mine were Hollanders, which were smallish, I would guess about 5-6 lb.


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Kjeldorn wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

Hi, Everyone.

*Sets out a bag of seedless grapes for Mort*

Hey John!

The Game Hamster wrote:

He is a Rex.

King of Fur is not an exaggeration. It's better than mink.
Edit: Ummm... this is a coincidence...

I'm guessing in the larger end of mid-sized then.


Yea, 10 punds...good sized bunny.
Love the softness of bunny fur, would use one for a pillow if I could.
If I remember correctly all of mine were Hollanders, which were smallish, I would guess about 5-6 lb.

Yeah, and that is large for a Rex, they tend to be about 8-9 I think. The father was enormous!! seriously, if I had not been given papers to prove the sire was purebreed, I would've sworn he had some giant Flemish in him... still, they were good farm rabbits for a small four-h project.


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Favorite weapon name from Starfinder Armory, so far.

Diffraction Perforator Pistol, it does sonic damage with 1d4 bleed critical effect.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

Hi, Everyone.

*Sets out a bag of seedless grapes for Mort*

Hey John!

The Game Hamster wrote:

He is a Rex.

King of Fur is not an exaggeration. It's better than mink.
Edit: Ummm... this is a coincidence...

I'm guessing in the larger end of mid-sized then.


Yea, 10 punds...good sized bunny.
Love the softness of bunny fur, would use one for a pillow if I could.
If I remember correctly all of mine were Hollanders, which were smallish, I would guess about 5-6 lb.
Yeah, and that is large for a Rex, they tend to be about 8-9 I think. The father was enormous!! seriously, if I had not been given papers to prove the sire was purebreed, I would've sworn he had some giant Flemish in him... still, they were good farm rabbits for a small four-h project.

Yea, gotta love those big teddy-bunnies.

*Sigh*

Its the problem of living in a small apartment, with a very strict pet-policy. No non-terrarium/fish-tank pets =(


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Kjeldorn wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:

Hi, Everyone.

*Sets out a bag of seedless grapes for Mort*

Hey John!

The Game Hamster wrote:

He is a Rex.

King of Fur is not an exaggeration. It's better than mink.
Edit: Ummm... this is a coincidence...

I'm guessing in the larger end of mid-sized then.


Yea, 10 punds...good sized bunny.
Love the softness of bunny fur, would use one for a pillow if I could.
If I remember correctly all of mine were Hollanders, which were smallish, I would guess about 5-6 lb.
Yeah, and that is large for a Rex, they tend to be about 8-9 I think. The father was enormous!! seriously, if I had not been given papers to prove the sire was purebreed, I would've sworn he had some giant Flemish in him... still, they were good farm rabbits for a small four-h project.

Yea, gotta love those big teddy-bunnies.

*Sigh*

Its the problem of living in a small apartment, with a very strict pet-policy. No non-terrarium/fish-tank pets =(

opposite is true for me.

not allowed a fish-tank, to prevent water damage. also not allowed to have a waterbed.

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Kjeldorn, probably will have you fill up a how physically fit are you itinerary when it comes to walking, but since you work in the stables,you should be more or less fine. I learnt that one from Hi's trip.

And also what your interests are when touring Singapore. Like I can bring you to nature ramble like there's no tomorrow, but expect days on your feet in sweltering heat. 80+F


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Just a Mort wrote:

Kjeldorn, probably will have you fill up a how physically fit are you itinerary when it comes to walking, but since you work in the stables,you should be more or less fine. I learnt that one from Hi's trip.

And also what your interests are when touring Singapore. Like I can bring you to nature ramble like there's no tomorrow, but expect days on your feet in sweltering heat. 80+F

Oh, if I ever got to put my money were my mouth is, I would give you all the details you could need.

If I'm going half-way around the world, it would be prudent to be well prepared ^^'

But Yea the heat would probably be my biggest worry…
I would hazard the guess, that as uncomfortable as you are in the cold, as uncomfortable I am in the heat.

Edit: Looked at my initial post...my phone and me should be punished for wtf-autocorrecting and lack of proof-reading

*Sits in the naughty corner, together with his phone*


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Denmark is in the same climate band as Scotland, Mort. And is relatively close to the Arctic Circle.


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*Yawns*

Think its nighty night time for me.

Goodnight Mort, Hamster, John, Cap, TL and the rest of FaWtL!


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So in the play test class abilities are called class feats.

Adds a layer of beanie babies to the outward shields on the pillow fort.

It's a lot easier picturing 2nd edition with the Starfinder Core Rulebook right next to it.


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Biotech augmentation, eagle eyes.

Nope, definitely don't want to know where they came from.


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Clinging hands, that seems kind of... Niche.

"So you want tiny sticky fibers implanted into your hands?" "F!*# yeah bro! Like a gecko!"


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Also, why everyone insists small arms suck in Starfinder is beyond me.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Clinging hands, that seems kind of... Niche.

"So you want tiny sticky fibers implanted into your hands?" "F%%% yeah bro! Like a gecko!"

YES


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Good night, everyone.


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Hey Nobody, can you pm me the most reliable contact info for Hi?
He's the only reason I was finally able to cook a real dinner for the first time this evening (it took me a couple of days to find my electric skillet). Hi has saved me.
The yard starts getting dug up tomorrow and if all goes well we may have gas for the stove and water heater by Tuesday evening.


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Good night, John!


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Swapsies!


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NOOOOO! work firewalled my comic book website.


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Soo quiet tonight.

Grand Lodge

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We started the playtest quest. Our goblin barbarian crit for 36 damage at 1st level.


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Wow is he the titan totem one? I'm hoping to start it next week.

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No, he was the one that turns his damage to negative energy.


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Spirit totem then. I think he did the max damage you can pull off then. must of rolled a 12 on a d12 and have that 18 str ofcourse. Well I think it might be possible to hit 40 on a crit with the giant totem. I guess I could run the numbers.


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The most unrealistic part of Scooby Doo is that 4 friends make plans and actually go through with them.


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Cats probably wonder why soda cans shout "F#%% OFF!!!!" when they are opened.


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Laws are generally the result of someone being a massive dick.


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Gin and Djinn are both spirits.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Cats probably wonder why soda cans shout "F%+@ OFF!!!!" when they are opened.

What?


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Cats probably wonder why soda cans shout "F%+@ OFF!!!!" when they are opened.
What?

The hissing sound of the can kinda sounds like a pissed off cat.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Cats probably wonder why soda cans shout "F%+@ OFF!!!!" when they are opened.
What?
The hissing sound of the can kinda sounds like a pissed off cat.

I have never noticed that. I will have to pay attention next time I open a soda can.


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My ability to trap people in a conversation is really falling flat today. I guess ill go read more of the play test document *and Away I go*


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captain yesterday wrote:

Biotech augmentation, eagle eyes.

Nope, definitely don't want to know where they came from.

They came from cats.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Also, why everyone insists small arms suck in Starfinder is beyond me.

Ask a T-Rex.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Also, why everyone insists small arms suck in Starfinder is beyond me.
Ask a T-Rex.

Incidentally if you find a T-rex to ask let me know I might have plans for him and a certain island.


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For me, the more I read the play test rulebook the more it looks like Starfinder NOT in space.

I get why they're doing it, everyone likes to be gainfully employed, so no complaints, and I'm sure they have some tricks up their sleeves, but overall, I'm not terribly excited.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Biotech augmentation, eagle eyes.

Nope, definitely don't want to know where they came from.

They came from cats.

So, what's the return policy on these, do they just jam them back into the cat's eye socket (does Mort know about this!) or do they make the individual customer do that.

"Oh I'm sorry, we don't include the restocking fee, you'll have to put those back yourself!" *large cat growl*

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I just cooked Ramen for my Bf and his family! They liked it! I'm so happy!

Other then the noodles and broth,it consisted of 600g of shabu shabu pork collar, some black Fungus, sheets of seaweed, a half boiled egg each and spring onion garnishing. Was supposed to add Enoki Mushrooms but I forgot to buy them.

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Biotech augmentation, eagle eyes.

Nope, definitely don't want to know where they came from.

They came from cats.

Claw Gran: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (2) + 4 = 6

dmg on hit: 1d4 + 2 ⇒ (4) + 2 = 6

Oh gurt D@mnit.

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lisamarlene wrote:

Hey Nobody, can you pm me the most reliable contact info for Hi?

He's the only reason I was finally able to cook a real dinner for the first time this evening (it took me a couple of days to find my electric skillet). Hi has saved me.
The yard starts getting dug up tomorrow and if all goes well we may have gas for the stove and water heater by Tuesday evening.

How did Hi save you by giving you a way to cook dinner? What kind of technological marvel did he Supply?

The Exchange

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captain yesterday wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Biotech augmentation, eagle eyes.

Nope, definitely don't want to know where they came from.

They came from cats.

So, what's the return policy on these, do they just jam them back into the cat's eye socket (does Mort know about this!) or do they make the individual customer do that.

"Oh I'm sorry, we don't include the restocking fee, you'll have to put those back yourself!" *large cat growl*

Cat eye sockets?! Im reporting to the ASPCA


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captain yesterday wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Biotech augmentation, eagle eyes.

Nope, definitely don't want to know where they came from.

They came from cats.

So, what's the return policy on these, do they just jam them back into the cat's eye socket (does Mort know about this!) or do they make the individual customer do that.

"Oh I'm sorry, we don't include the restocking fee, you'll have to put those back yourself!" *large cat growl*

No returns allowed. The cats don't want them back. They are very satisfied with their replacement eyes (taken from blue whales).

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gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Biotech augmentation, eagle eyes.

Nope, definitely don't want to know where they came from.

They came from cats.

So, what's the return policy on these, do they just jam them back into the cat's eye socket (does Mort know about this!) or do they make the individual customer do that.

"Oh I'm sorry, we don't include the restocking fee, you'll have to put those back yourself!" *large cat growl*

No returns allowed. The cats don't want them back. They are very satisfied with their replacement eyes (taken from blue whales).

claw Gran: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (3) + 4 = 7

The dice gods really don't like me d@mnit.

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Anyway the full breakdown of the whole thing:

Cooking in other's peoples kitchens is different from your own.

That one, already knew, so I'm not too critical of myself if I don't get everything picture perfect on the first try.

So the eggs I think were a little too cooked for their taste, but again they cracked when I put them in boiling water, despite me lowering them gently in with a soup ladle (usually the tendency is for people to drop the eggs in with bare hands, which results in cracks on the eggs). I think next time I should wait until its almost boiling but not quite, before dropping the eggs in.

The noodles turned out a little bit too soft for my liking, but again I didn't want to serve their family uncooked noodles. Besides usually the portion I cook for myself and my brother is half the amount I cooked today. Increasing the proportion adds additional challenges, like how to get all the noodles out before they turn soggy. (There was too much water in the pot, and the pot was made out of glass), for me to simply just pour the water out like I do at home)

Gripping the shabu shabu out with tongs got tiring, since I'm not used to gripping so much - that's 600 g of shabu shabu I was shabuing. After my fingers started to get tired, and I dropped a piece of shabu, I decided to stick to chopsticks to pull out the shabu shabu.

I'd probably have prepared more black fungus and spring onion, but I was unsure if it was just me and my BF eating or their entire family.

Then his mom started passing me the soba saying that she didn't know what to do with it, so my next cooking project in his house will be soba. Probably with black pepper/terriyaki chicken as a side dish.


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Soulfire weapon fusion!!

You jam it on a Solarian weapon crystal and then you add your charisma bonus in addition to your strength bonus to damage, and it's a level 1 fusion!

F*%$ yes!


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Just a Mort wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Hey Nobody, can you pm me the most reliable contact info for Hi?

He's the only reason I was finally able to cook a real dinner for the first time this evening (it took me a couple of days to find my electric skillet). Hi has saved me.
The yard starts getting dug up tomorrow and if all goes well we may have gas for the stove and water heater by Tuesday evening.
How did Hi save you by giving you a way to cook dinner? What kind of technological marvel did he Supply?

* A long, long time ago, I catered a friend's rehearsal dinner, came home soused, and as I was going up the concrete steps to my old apartment, cracked one of the plastic feet of my old electric skillet.

* A slightly less long time ago, Hi noticed the missing foot and offered to try to fix it. He kept it a really long time, and decided he either couldn't or he would just...

* Replace it with a brand-new one for my birthday a few years ago. I had a birthday on a game day at Nobody's Home and GothBard's old house, back when the Ersatz Russian and Hi both used to still come to the games. There was a party. I can't remember whether or not this was the party for which Goth Bard made cupcakes decorated in the style of Happy Tree Friends. (If you haven't seen the cartoon, it involves cutesy cartoon bears getting killed in horrible ways. So she cut up gummi bears, impaled their heads on toothpicks or dismembered them, and used clear red gel icing for blood. They were astonishingly fabulous, because that is just how Goth Bard rolls.)
* The new one Hi gave me was twice the size of the my old one (which was a hand-me-down from my grandmother, and ancient) and ever so much nicer. Because that is just how Hi rolls.

So, since my only cooking options at the moment are Hi's electric skillet and a microwave (I got a new bottle of propane for the grill, but we found spider and red wasp nests in it and it needs cleaning out, and I haven't found the box with my crock pot yet), I discovered that you can cook rice in it if you set the dial to 350, and it works perfectly. And after putting the rice in a serving dish and cleaning the skillet out again, I made pineapple chicken with green peppers and allspice. It's one of the few dishes my kids will eat and not complain about.
And then we ate a pie that the Ersatz Russian's wife gave us the morning we left California.

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