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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mortar attacks at 3AM make TOZ grumpy.

Out of curiousity, do they ever not make you grumpy?

Silver Crusade

TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mortar attacks at 3AM make TOZ grumpy.

Holy s@**. Keep safe, man. :(

I thought you were back home...


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Urizen wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Holy crap! I've wondered where you've been. I'm a huge fan!

Assuming you are actually talking to me, and I am not confused (again), then I have been around. Mostly just reading this thread, but posting on a few of the forum game threads.

I have a fan? And a huge one, at that?? How the carp did that happen?

Ever since I've been watching lucha libre. Luchadores put those WWE hulks to shame. Your match in 2006 with Padre Azul was epic!
They make porn of that?

It's a Tijuana League, so there may be donkeys involved. At PPVs.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Eric Swanson wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

We have finally arrived in Los Angeles and settled into our extended stay place. I actually got to cook dinner, which was nice (I'm so sick of restaurants).

We are finally out of the ungodly heat. There is no more insane heat in our immediate future - just plans to drive up and down the coast, where it's mild the whole way.

Neighbor!!!

Lurker!

If I wind up living here, I might have to hook up with you.

That's what I like about you. Always keeping your options open.


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Ever since I've been watching lucha libre. Luchadores put those WWE hulks to shame. Your match in 2006 with Padre Azul was epic!
Ahh, yes. That was me. A great match as I recall. I've been meaning to get back to the ring, but somehow just can't find the time.

I heard Juventud Guerrera has been dissing you saying that you don't have the cojones to take him on. Will you ever take him up on the offer? Personally, I think he's overrated.


I thought TOZ was in Houston.

Man, I really hope that CH relocates further South or North. I have sounded off on LA before...?

Liberty's Edge

Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Urizen wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Holy crap! I've wondered where you've been. I'm a huge fan!

Assuming you are actually talking to me, and I am not confused (again), then I have been around. Mostly just reading this thread, but posting on a few of the forum game threads.

I have a fan? And a huge one, at that?? How the carp did that happen?

Ever since I've been watching lucha libre. Luchadores put those WWE hulks to shame. Your match in 2006 with Padre Azul was epic!
They make porn of that?

Rule 34.

Liberty's Edge

No feel good. Go sleep now. Peep. Zzzzzz.


Urizen wrote:
I heard Juventud Guerrera has been dissing you saying that you don't have the cojones to take him on. Will you ever take him up on the offer? Personally, I think he's overrated.

I certainly have the cojones, just not the time.

Liberty's Edge

TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mortar attacks at 3AM make TOZ grumpy.

I can see that happening.

Hope you're safe man.

Silver Crusade

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

I thought TOZ was in Houston.

Man, I really hope that CH relocates further South or North. I have sounded off on LA before...?

Yes you have. It's one of those places that everyone either loves or hates.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber
gran rey de los mono wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mortar attacks at 3AM make TOZ grumpy.
Out of curiousity, do they ever not make you grumpy?

When they happen outside my sleep period, I can usually be stoic about it. Part of the job and all that.

Plus when I'm on shift I don't have to go sit in the bunker sucking up the heat.

Mikaze wrote:

Holy s!#!. Keep safe, man. :(

I thought you were back home...

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

I thought TOZ was in Houston.

I wish I was home, and that home was Houston. And that I was retired and could game with Kirth and Jess and all them Houston cats.

Oh well. Ten years and counting.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

I thought TOZ was in Houston.

Man, I really hope that CH relocates further South or North. I have sounded off on LA before...?

Yes you have. It's one of those places that everyone either loves or hates.

Really? I'm usually so shy and retiring with my opinions.

Does anybody know what's going on with the Jade Regent's Player's Guide?

Silver Crusade

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:


Does anybody know what's going on with the Jade Regent's Player's Guide?

I'm so behind on my Paizo products. My Ashes at Dawn is sitting at my brother's house, waiting for my visit. :(

Silver Crusade

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TriOmegaZero wrote:

I wish I was home, and that home was Houston. And that I was retired and could game with Kirth and Jess and all them Houston cats.

Oh well. Ten years and counting.

Godspeed man.

And thank you for being there.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

Here's to hoping they get us out of here this year. And give me more than a year at home. Five deployments is enough to wear anybody down. I'm not looking forward to the sixth in Afghanistan.

Liberty's Edge

TriOmegaZero wrote:

Here's to hoping they get us out of here this year. And give me more than a year at home. Five deployments is enough to wear anybody down. I'm not looking forward to the sixth in Afghanistan.

Without wishing to get into politics AT ALL, I did hear that the US was planning to withdraw 10,000 troops by the end of the year. Here’s hoping you’re amongst them man. That's too long a time for a person to be there.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

Signal is the first in, last out. :)

RPG Superstar 2012

TriOmegaZero wrote:
Mortar attacks at 3AM make TOZ grumpy.

Stay safe.

RPG Superstar 2012

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

I thought TOZ was in Houston.

Man, I really hope that CH relocates further South or North. I have sounded off on LA before...?

Yes you have. It's one of those places that everyone either loves or hates.

Really? I'm usually so shy and retiring with my opinions.

Does anybody know what's going on with the Jade Regent's Player's Guide?

That made me spray water I had formerly been drinking. Bravo!


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
Is General Zod evil?

Yes.

RPG Superstar 2012

*facepalm*

It seems like an unironic question, but the timing is amazing.


Is creating an Is it evil? thread an evil act?


Lindisty wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Lindisty wrote:

Pokes her head in after a long break and looks around.

Hey everybody. How's life in FAWTLtown?

YES!! Lindisty! eyebrow waggle
Hi there. :) How's things by you?

quick spritz of binaca, followed by dazzling FHDM smile

Well...A little bittersweet truth be told. Last night was the last game for the Manhattan Pathfinder game before our GM moved out to California, forever. This was a group that got together on the Paizo.com messageboards and ended up meeting IRL, partially because me and baronaremhasvaun(sp) were adamant about getting a gaming group together. He is the last of the original group left besides the good baron and Torktheorc, our host. This isn't to say the group is dying, we've got two other good people and a host of others who have made it for one shots or been regular parts of the group over the years(although many of the latter moved as well). It's almost 3 years to the day that the group originally got together, and with the future of it all up in the air, it makes me a bit maudlin. I wish nothing but the best for our DM, and I hope to be able to meet up with him should the wife and I go out to California. And of course, there's Otakon this weekend, which I am both hyper and intimdiated by since I'll be driving my friend's van full of stuff out there, so I've been a bit all over the emotional spectrum of late.


taig wrote:

*facepalm*

It seems like an unironic question, but the timing is amazing.

My old Thursday Night Gaming Group had a memorable debate/argument about this a few years ago.


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Blerg, Gary says. Allow me to assist. It is from the Indo-Europoean Blaergen which means "to enlarge." Clearly he is indicating that the subject of evil is too big to fit into a subforum. Further, he may be expressing anxiety that such an addition would cause too large an influx of posts, stressing the servers. Blerg, indeed.

This PIE moment was brought to you by all those dead guys that brought most of us language. (No, not that kind of PIE, but the other kind.)

Liberty's Edge

taig wrote:

*facepalm*

It seems like an unironic question, but the timing is amazing.

Here's a new way of dealing with the threads. Flood them with definite Yes/No answers (preferably the wrong ones) and do not engage in philosophical debate.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
taig wrote:

*facepalm*

It seems like an unironic question, but the timing is amazing.

Here's a new way of dealing with the threads. Flood them with definite Yes/No answers (preferably the wrong ones) and do not engage in philosophical debate.

I'm staying out of them, and I'm done with parody threads. Wellll, unless something strikes me as funny.


taig wrote:
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
taig wrote:

*facepalm*

It seems like an unironic question, but the timing is amazing.

Here's a new way of dealing with the threads. Flood them with definite Yes/No answers (preferably the wrong ones) and do not engage in philosophical debate.

I'm staying out of them, and I'm done with parody threads. Wellll, unless something strikes me as funny.

This is perhaps the wisest course of action.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber
Ashe Ravenheart wrote:
Here's a new way of dealing with the threads. Flood them with definite Yes/No answers (preferably the wrong ones) and do not engage in philosophical debate.

Like this?


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody know what's going on with the Jade Regent's Player's Guide?

JJ said he signed off on it so it should be out by GenCon (Which is the actual release date for JR#1).

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Who the hell authorized 100+ posts in a day?
(I bet it was Mothman...)


Justin Franklin wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Does anybody know what's going on with the Jade Regent's Player's Guide?
JJ said he signed off on it so it should be out by GenCon (Which is the actual release date for JR#1).

OH DA PAIN!

Thanks, Justin.

Public Service Warning: There's a Slaad who's on a roll!


taig wrote:

... unless something strikes me as funny.

I feel like people are not giving Taig's final clause its true valence.


Freehold DM wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Lindisty wrote:

Pokes her head in after a long break and looks around.

Hey everybody. How's life in FAWTLtown?

YES!! Lindisty! eyebrow waggle
Hi there. :) How's things by you?

quick spritz of binaca, followed by dazzling FHDM smile

Well...A little bittersweet truth be told. Last night was the last game for the Manhattan Pathfinder game before our GM moved out to California, forever. This was a group that got together on the Paizo.com messageboards and ended up meeting IRL, partially because me and baronaremhasvaun(sp) were adamant about getting a gaming group together. He is the last of the original group left besides the good baron and Torktheorc, our host. This isn't to say the group is dying, we've got two other good people and a host of others who have made it for one shots or been regular parts of the group over the years(although many of the latter moved as well). It's almost 3 years to the day that the group originally got together, and with the future of it all up in the air, it makes me a bit maudlin. I wish nothing but the best for our DM, and I hope to be able to meet up with him should the wife and I go out to California. And of course, there's Otakon this weekend, which I am both hyper and intimdiated by since I'll be driving my friend's van full of stuff out there, so I've been a bit all over the emotional spectrum of late.

[Sniffle]

The loss of a good member of a gaming group is always a source of mournful lamentation. One of my own is moving away this week as well.

[Blows into hankie]

Sovereign Court

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Freehold DM wrote:


quick spritz of binaca, followed by dazzling FHDM smile

Who knew he could actually smile? He usually hates everything...


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taig wrote:
... unless something strikes me as funny.

or do you mean "unless something strikes me funny"?

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
taig wrote:

... unless something strikes me as funny.

I feel like people are not giving Taig's final clause its true valence.

I always pay attention when taig starts relating to or denoting electrons involved in or available for chemical bond formation.

RPG Superstar 2012

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Callous Jack wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
taig wrote:

... unless something strikes me as funny.

I feel like people are not giving Taig's final clause its true valence.
I always pay attention when taig starts relating to or denoting electrons involved in or available for chemical bond formation.

You don't want me screwing with the laws of physics.

RPG Superstar 2012

Justin Franklin wrote:
taig wrote:
... unless something strikes me as funny.

or do you mean "unless something strikes me funny"?

That already happened a long time ago.


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taig wrote:
Callous Jack wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
taig wrote:

... unless something strikes me as funny.

I feel like people are not giving Taig's final clause its true valence.
I always pay attention when taig starts relating to or denoting electrons involved in or available for chemical bond formation.

You don't want me screwing with the laws of physics.

I always screw with the laws of Nature. Screwing against them results in difficulties, even injury.


Callous Jack wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:


quick spritz of binaca, followed by dazzling FHDM smile

Who knew he could actually smile? He usually hates everything...

Although I am black, I did not take levels in the Black Dynamite prestige class that allows me to smile without smiling.


Freehold DM wrote:
Black Dynamite .

[Scurries over to netflix]


I'm going to visit my wife's grave. It's hard to believe it's been 6 years and it still feels this way.

I think I might take a break for a few days.

Take care.


Freehold DM wrote:
Lindisty wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Lindisty wrote:

Pokes her head in after a long break and looks around.

Hey everybody. How's life in FAWTLtown?

YES!! Lindisty! eyebrow waggle
Hi there. :) How's things by you?

quick spritz of binaca, followed by dazzling FHDM smile

Well...A little bittersweet truth be told. Last night was the last game for the Manhattan Pathfinder game before our GM moved out to California, forever. This was a group that got together on the Paizo.com messageboards and ended up meeting IRL, partially because me and baronaremhasvaun(sp) were adamant about getting a gaming group together. He is the last of the original group left besides the good baron and Torktheorc, our host. This isn't to say the group is dying, we've got two other good people and a host of others who have made it for one shots or been regular parts of the group over the years(although many of the latter moved as well). It's almost 3 years to the day that the group originally got together, and with the future of it all up in the air, it makes me a bit maudlin. I wish nothing but the best for our DM, and I hope to be able to meet up with him should the wife and I go out to California. And of course, there's Otakon this weekend, which I am both hyper and intimdiated by since I'll be driving my friend's van full of stuff out there, so I've been a bit all over the emotional spectrum of late.

Yeah, that sounds bittersweet. Changes in gaming groups are always hard, I think, and having good people move away is especially hard. I hope you have opportunities to meet up with your absent members, and that the continuing group thrives.

I'm in a bit of an opposite conundrum right now. We've added two new guys to our gaming group recently. I like them both, but they're a bit hammy, and finding the space to contribute to the roleplay without feeling like I'm interfering with their dramatic moments has been more of a challenge than I expected. And I think it's even more difficult for the other female player at the table, who's more tentative as a roleplayer than I am to begin with. Fortunately, we've got a DM who's really good about tailoring combat challenges to spotlight particular character abilities, and letting us shine in that way. So there's been plenty of fun, in spite of the slow start for me on the RP front. :)

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm going to visit my wife's grave. It's hard to believe it's been 6 years and it still feels this way.

I think I might take a break for a few days.

Take care.

You too, Bitter Thorn. I wish you the best, and I hope to see you around here again soon.


Callous Jack wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:


quick spritz of binaca, followed by dazzling FHDM smile

Who knew he could actually smile? He usually hates everything...

Yes, but I'm special. ;)


Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm going to visit my wife's grave. It's hard to believe it's been 6 years and it still feels this way.

I think I might take a break for a few days.

Take care.

I'm sorry man. Take as much time as you need. You will be missed, but we are all here for you if you need us.


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Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm going to visit my wife's grave. It's hard to believe it's been 6 years and it still feels this way.

I think I might take a break for a few days.

Take care.

I missed this tragic revelation until now.

Take care, BT.


Bitter Thorn wrote:

I'm going to visit my wife's grave. It's hard to believe it's been 6 years and it still feels this way.

I think I might take a break for a few days.

Take care.

I'm sorry, BT. Be kind to yourself. We'll be here when you get back.

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