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DO EET!      

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Nekkid slow computers!


Studpuffin wrote:
Nekkid slow computers!

Ha!

It's actually a little sluggish on here this evening for me. I may have to clear out my cache to see if that'll make a difference.

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Like this?

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Like this?

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Like this?

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Ha, I cheated. I can't get it to work.


Learning you still are, padawan.


Learning you still are, padawan. 

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Learning you still are, padawan.  

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Learning you still are, padawan.

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Learning you still are, padawan.


Seems kinda cheap, though.


Hey, I like cheap. It's a hollow victory, but it does the job. Now that it has been demystified for you. ;-)

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Urizen wrote:
Hey, I like cheap. It's a hollow victory, but it does the job. Now that it has been demystified for you. ;-)

I still like my method. It requires its own amount of cleverness, much sneakier. I'm sure the PMG can appreciate that. 

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Urizen wrote:
Hey, I like cheap. It's a hollow victory, but it does the job. Now that it has been demystified for you. ;-)

I still like my method. It requires its own amount of cleverness, much sneakier. I'm sure the PMG can appreciate that.

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Urizen wrote:
Hey, I like cheap. It's a hollow victory, but it does the job. Now that it has been demystified for you. ;-)

I still like my method. It requires its own amount of cleverness, much sneakier. I'm sure the PMG can appreciate that.  

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Urizen wrote:
Hey, I like cheap. It's a hollow victory, but it does the job. Now that it has been demystified for you. ;-)

I still like my method. It requires its own amount of cleverness, much sneakier. I'm sure the PMG can appreciate that.  

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OHO! I just found a 3rd method! And it duplicates posts quickly!

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OHO! I just found a 3rd method! And it duplicates posts quickly! 

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OHO! I just found a 3rd method!  And it duplicates posts quickly! 

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OHO! I just found a 3rd method!  And it duplicates posts quickly! 

Shadow Lodge

You are totally getting booted for spamming the forum

Shadow Lodge

You are totally getting booted for spamming the forum.

Shadow Lodge

You are totally getting booted for spamming the forum

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You are totally getting booted for spamming the forum

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So, are we officially done with five?

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Sebastian wrote:
So, are we officially done with five?

No. Just messing with the plantyman I hear.


Dotting for future reference

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Dotting for future reference

Same here.

Although the monkey's dot is ... messier.

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Mothman wrote:
Sebastian wrote:
So, are we officially done with five?
No. Just messing with the plantyman I hear.

It was working gloriously, too. :D


Why is 6 afraid of 7?

Spoiler:
Because 7 8 9!

The Exchange

Emperor7 wrote:

Why is 6 afraid of 7?

Spoiler:
Because 7 stalked, beat, sodomized and then ate 9.

FIFY, 7 is f*@#ed up dude.

Silver Crusade

Moorluck wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:

Why is 6 afraid of 7?

** spoiler omitted **

FIFY, 7 is f!%*ed up dude.

Woah. I guess that's why 7 wins in craps. No one wants to f!*+ with it.


0gre wrote:

Oh... the confusion sets in again. TWO FAWTL thread... it's bad enough with one.

What to do, What to do...

171 unread? why are we posting here?


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Bitter Thorn wrote:
0gre wrote:

Oh... the confusion sets in again. TWO FAWTL thread... it's bad enough with one.

What to do, What to do...

171 unread? why are we posting here?

To annoy Leafy. ;)

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Justin Franklin wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
0gre wrote:

Oh... the confusion sets in again. TWO FAWTL thread... it's bad enough with one.

What to do, What to do...

171 unread? why are we posting here?
To annoy Leafy. ;)

Hee hee. It generates its own momentum, too.


Urizen wrote:
Ha!

How'd you do that?


Studpuffin wrote:

Star Trek: Deep six-nine

Best.
Star Trek.
Ever!

+1


taig wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
0gre wrote:

Oh... the confusion sets in again. TWO FAWTL thread... it's bad enough with one.

What to do, What to do...

171 unread? why are we posting here?
To annoy Leafy. ;)
Hee hee. It generates its own momentum, too.

Dohp!


Bitter Thorn wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Ha!
How'd you do that?

I provided the secret. Didn't you read it?


Oh wait.

You're not on Facebook.

Dohp!

;-)


Urizen wrote:

Oh wait.

You're not on Facebook.

Dohp!

;-)

generic FHDM railing against Facebook

Also, Urizen, to answer your question from AGES ago, I have the 3 minute hourglass for people who insist on roleplaying certain situations out that could take time away from the rest of the party. Everyone gets 3 minutes for their own personal drama and then it's back to the game itself.


Freehold DM wrote:
Also, Urizen, to answer your question from AGES ago, I have the 3 minute hourglass for people who insist on roleplaying certain situations out that could take time away from the rest of the party. Everyone gets 3 minutes for their own personal drama and then it's back to the game itself.

How is that different from the one-minute hourglass? IIRC you said you had two different ones.


Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Also, Urizen, to answer your question from AGES ago, I have the 3 minute hourglass for people who insist on roleplaying certain situations out that could take time away from the rest of the party. Everyone gets 3 minutes for their own personal drama and then it's back to the game itself.
How is that different from the one-minute hourglass? IIRC you said you had two different ones.

Like you said, 1 minute hourglass is for combat confusion specifically- if you need a minute to think about tactics, take that minute. After that, you lose your turn.


Freehold DM wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Also, Urizen, to answer your question from AGES ago, I have the 3 minute hourglass for people who insist on roleplaying certain situations out that could take time away from the rest of the party. Everyone gets 3 minutes for their own personal drama and then it's back to the game itself.
How is that different from the one-minute hourglass? IIRC you said you had two different ones.
Like you said, 1 minute hourglass is for combat confusion specifically- if you need a minute to think about tactics, take that minute. After that, you lose your turn.

So if the person has any inclination to know what they're going to do, they should be thinking about that while the others are going through their own steps in initiative? Gotcha.


Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Urizen wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Also, Urizen, to answer your question from AGES ago, I have the 3 minute hourglass for people who insist on roleplaying certain situations out that could take time away from the rest of the party. Everyone gets 3 minutes for their own personal drama and then it's back to the game itself.
How is that different from the one-minute hourglass? IIRC you said you had two different ones.
Like you said, 1 minute hourglass is for combat confusion specifically- if you need a minute to think about tactics, take that minute. After that, you lose your turn.
So if the person has any inclination to know what they're going to do, they should be thinking about that while the others are going through their own steps in initiative? Gotcha.

I'm also in the market for 30 second and 15 second hourglasses- partially to collect hourglasses, but also because I realize I may be giving people too much time in some circumstances. These hourglasses are VERY rarely used, I bring them out only when people around the table are starting to get obnoxious or really do need a moment to think/roleplay.

The Exchange

Studpuffin wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
taig wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
taig wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
2 Kings 2: 23-24 wrote:
From there Elisha went up to Bethel. As he was walking along the road, some boys came out of the town and jeered at him. “Get out of here, baldy!” they said. “Get out of here, baldy!” 24 He turned around, looked at them and called down a curse on them in the name of the LORD. Then two bears came out of the woods and mauled forty-two of the boys.
I don't know why I posted it, but that is just bad ass!

Check this out

Oooo, dang...

Wow what a dumb video.

I know. To me, it was funny dumb, though.

Yes there can be many funny dumb things. I guess when I see a video like that I do not see it as amusement but more along the lines of an attack by someone who missed the entire point. I guess I am too serious. :/
Lighten up, Francis.

FIFY

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Yay, CJ came back. :)

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