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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:

So, I may have a new Friday game. Set in Ustalav, 25 pt buy. Playing around, I made a Varisian Rogue, totally gypsy flavored. I have a fiddle, I have a harrow deck and Profession: Fortune Teller. I also have mad Bluff skills and Slight of Hand.

Yeah, this dude could be a lot of fun.

Now I need a name.

(Of course, I haven't ruled out the possibility of some type of Cleric instead... but I REALLY like this Rogue.)

Friday's have been way too quiet the past two months. I am really looking forward to picking up our game again after things settle down with Lebreton's new baby.

I know! This game will take the place of the 4e game I no longer play in but not to worr, RotR will take precedence when needed. No change there.


Well, that didn't work as expected.


Bought some of that gelli baff stuff for the kidlet as a stocking stuffer....not so much on the goo part. Might have had too much water. But can't be certain as they give the instructions in liters. Just because I can make conversions between gallons and liters doesn't mean I'm going to for a bath product.


lynora wrote:
Bought some of that gelli baff stuff for the kidlet as a stocking stuffer....not so much on the goo part. Might have had too much water. But can't be certain as they give the instructions in liters. Just because I can make conversions between gallons and liters doesn't mean I'm going to for a bath product.

*stands up, raises finger and opens mouth to comment on archaic measurement systems*....*thinks again and keeps quit*


cool, WWE vintage collection marathon on eurosport

Silver Crusade

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It's okay, aeglos. We know our measuring systems are archaic. It's a point of pride :)


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Patrick Curtin wrote:

Day off, without pay. Work in a union area but without being union there's really no point in being open because all your customers have a paid day off

Got some cool stuff: Kolchak the Nightstalker on DVD, some Nookie, two goblin dice bags, some neat plastic dragon figures, books (bien sur), including the first three horatio Hornblower books.

Way to go, Monkey Man!


aeglos wrote:
lynora wrote:
Bought some of that gelli baff stuff for the kidlet as a stocking stuffer....not so much on the goo part. Might have had too much water. But can't be certain as they give the instructions in liters. Just because I can make conversions between gallons and liters doesn't mean I'm going to for a bath product.
*stands up, raises finger and opens mouth to comment on archaic measurement systems*....*thinks again and keeps quit*

The problem isn't so much the math. The problem is not having containers for those measurements. The biggest metric measuring cup I have is 500 mL. There is no way I was measureing out 20 L by the 500 mL. Heck, there was no way I was figuring out how many L were in five gallons so I could measure out the bath by the bucketful. Just too much work for a bath. :)

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aeglos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
licorice flavored coal candy?

wait! what?

coal candy??

I don't care for it. My kids love it though. There was none in Walmart this year.

Scarab Sages

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I got two t-shirts, a box of beers of the world, a bacon calendar, my aforementioned Superfly Sock Monkey, a Christmas ornament (which will go in a box in the basement with all the other ornaments my in-laws get me), a coaster with my old high school logo, and the Mythic Monsters Revisited (which I gave myself).

Also, before we came down, Charlie got me a flannel shirt, some flannel lined jeans, some socks, and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer on bluray.

Scarab Sages

I'll probably buy myself some other stuff, as well.


I hate licorice.

Got myself the Bestiary 3.....figured I was worth it.

Scarab Sages

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My father in law gave my wife a 9mm Ruger, which we now have to go get a case for so we can bring it back to Philly.

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Oh... we talking about gifts to ourselves... then I made out like a bandit.

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Of course it was all cheap or free.


I loves me some licorice. I need to get Bestiary 3, however.


Also, doing more research into dyscalculia. If there are any online tests or anything out there that might help me figure out if I do have a problem, I would greatly appreciate it.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Also, doing more research into dyscalculia. If there are any online tests or anything out there that might help me figure out if I do have a problem, I would greatly appreciate it.

You may have found this already but just in case in may be a good place to start. dyscalculia.org

Edit: Also, this website has some coping skills: another Dyscalculia website

Scarab Sages

Freehold DM wrote:
I need to get Bestiary 3, however.

Yes. This is a cool book. Lucked out and got mine before I left for New Orleans, so I brought it with me. Awesome book!


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Hail the cephalopod overlords.

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Treppa wrote:
Hail the cephalopod overlords.

where in the world did you find that? That was hilarious!


Cappadocious posted the link on chat. I loved it.

Scarab Sages

Woot! Drew Bree's rocks!!!


As an early wish, I wish everyone a safe new years' day.


good morning FaWtLys,

do you use the phrase "between the years" for the time between christmas and new years day?

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Treppa wrote:
Hail the cephalopod overlords.

Amazing!


aeglos wrote:

good morning FaWtLys,

do you use the phrase "between the years" for the time between christmas and new years day?

Not that I have ever heard, no. What is it auf Deutsch?


Treppa wrote:
aeglos wrote:

good morning FaWtLys,

do you use the phrase "between the years" for the time between christmas and new years day?

Not that I have ever heard, no. What is it auf Deutsch?

"zwischen den Jahren"

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Happy Birthday Sharoth.

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aeglos wrote:
Treppa wrote:
aeglos wrote:

good morning FaWtLys,

do you use the phrase "between the years" for the time between christmas and new years day?

Not that I have ever heard, no. What is it auf Deutsch?

"zwischen den Jahren"

huh?!


Crimson Jester wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Treppa wrote:
aeglos wrote:

good morning FaWtLys,

do you use the phrase "between the years" for the time between christmas and new years day?

Not that I have ever heard, no. What is it auf Deutsch?

"zwischen den Jahren"
huh?!

it's the week between christmas and new year, "between the years" when you take off from work and mostly do nothing but chill and plan your Silvester-party,

in older times it was the only time of the year servants and farmhands did not need to work


Happy birthday Sharoth, you moody Capricorn, you!


Happy Birthday Dragon!!!


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I have decided that I enjoy Half and Half in my coffee over milk

That is all


Oh, also, thanks for the dyscalculia info last night. The pages didn't tell me too much, but I think I'll follow some links on those pages and see if I can get more info.

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aeglos wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Treppa wrote:
aeglos wrote:

good morning FaWtLys,

do you use the phrase "between the years" for the time between christmas and new years day?

Not that I have ever heard, no. What is it auf Deutsch?

"zwischen den Jahren"
huh?!

it's the week between Christmas and new year, "between the years" when you take off from work and mostly do nothing but chill and plan your Silvester-party,

in older times it was the only time of the year servants and farmhands did not need to work

Never heard of the term before.

Silvester-party?

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Looked it up.... New Years eve. Feat of Pope St. Silvester. Also never heard of it called that before.


Crimson Jester wrote:


Never heard of the term before.
Silvester-party?

that's December 31th, how do you call it?

Edit: ninja'd


Crimson Jester wrote:
Looked it up.... New Years eve. Feat of Pope St. Silvester. Also never heard of it called that before.

it is in fact the only name we have for it, new years eve is not used.

the week "between the years" by the way is the only time in the year that fireworks can be legaly bought and sold in Germany


Thanks guys and gals.


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Grats Niel! Home ownership is a wonderful thing! =)

+1


TOZ wrote:
I crashed Bitter Thorn's game and it was awesome! :D

It was cool to finally have a FAWTLy over to the house. I hope you liked Diane's ham. :)


Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
TOZ wrote:
I crashed Bitter Thorn's game and it was awesome! :D
I am green with envy. Well, greener.

You're very welcome if you find yourself in the region!


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
aeglos wrote:

I have added some winter pics to my Ronneburg Photo album

Password Aeglos
By the way, did anyone view my Ore Mountain pics? No one?
*pouts like a little girl*
but...but...didn't I mentioned the witch-scale? and the badass statue of Herzog Heinrich dem Frommen? and the mountainman parade?
i will refuse to breathe until someone views my ore mountain album *holds breath*
Now you van breathe aeglos. Cool pictures.

+1

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Bitter Thorn wrote:
TOZ wrote:
I crashed Bitter Thorn's game and it was awesome! :D
It was cool to finally have a FAWTLy over to the house. I hope you liked Diane's ham. :)

It was very good! I'm sorry I didn't have more, but I'm not very good about ham, and that was my first time having it cut off like that. The Mac and cheese was awesome too. It worked out for the wife and her mother as well, finding everything they needed.


aeglos wrote:
heavy storm with widespread power blackouts in scandinavia last night, I hope Kajehase was/is save

+1


Crimson Jester wrote:
Happy Birthday Sharoth.

+1


TOZ wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
TOZ wrote:
I crashed Bitter Thorn's game and it was awesome! :D
It was cool to finally have a FAWTLy over to the house. I hope you liked Diane's ham. :)
It was very good! I'm sorry I didn't have more, but I'm not very good about ham, and that was my first time having it cut off like that. The Mac and cheese was awesome too. It worked out for the wife and her mother as well, finding everything they needed.

Very cool; if some Houston FAWTLs email me maybe I can meet some more folks in person!

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?


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aeglos wrote:
heavy storm with widespread power blackouts in scandinavia last night, I hope Kajehase was/is save

Kajehase lives within a 30-minute walk from two hydro-plants - in other words, the only time I've been affected by a blackout was when the landlord decided to put in some new fences, and stuck one of the fence-poles straight through a main power-line right outside my door (robbing 10% of the town's population of electricity for 4 hours). :D

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