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Sara Marie wrote:
cosmo: This is the song of my people.

Good tune, but not exactly what I imagined for Cosmo's people...


ROFL

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PMG: styx fuels productivity
PMG: this is well known
Lissa: =D
Cosmo: It is known
Me: It is known.

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Cosmo: I am impressed with myself.

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thunderspirit wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
cosmo: This is the song of my people.
Good tune, but not exactly what I imagined for Cosmo's people...

I expect something more along these lines.


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Liz Courts wrote:

PMG: styx fuels productivity

PMG: this is well known
Lissa: =D
Cosmo: It is known
Me: It is known.

"So say we all?"

"This is Galactica CIC: someone tell Liz to grab her gun and bring in the cat."

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PostMonster General: i think cosmo wanted to be a cartoon really really badly when he was little

RoboChris: I think Cosmo wants to be a cartoon really really badly

PostMonster General: i think cosmo may be a cartoon, really really badly

RoboChris: touche

...

They know me so well. :D


TO TOONTOWN!


And all this time I thought Cosmo was a construct who became a real, live imp!

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Veiled Nail wrote:
And all this time I thought Cosmo was a construct who became a real, live imp!

Here he is at PaizoCon.

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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Veiled Nail wrote:
And all this time I thought Cosmo was a construct who became a real, live imp!
Here he is at PaizoCon.

Does he get to bring the scythe to work?

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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Veiled Nail wrote:
And all this time I thought Cosmo was a construct who became a real, live imp!
Here he is at PaizoCon.

I never realized he was so blonde and busty.

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:

PMG: styx fuels productivity

PMG: this is well known
Lissa: =D
Cosmo: It is known
Me: It is known.

"So say we all?"

"This is Galactica CIC: someone tell Liz to grab her gun and bring in the cat."

I don't have a gun, alas. But cat and katana, yes. Cat will Steal Breath as a free action.


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Sara Marie wrote:
cosmo: This is the song of my people.

The fact that Cosmo has people scares me. ;)


Cosmo wrote:

PostMonster General: i think cosmo wanted to be a cartoon really really badly when he was little

RoboChris: I think Cosmo wants to be a cartoon really really badly

PostMonster General: i think cosmo may be a cartoon, really really badly

RoboChris: touche

...

They know me so well. :D

They saw when textures didn't match the polygons. You'd hide better if you were hand drawn.

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Ross NERD

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The circumstances: Erik is presenting WizKids with images of figures he'd like for the set *after* Shattered Star...

Erik: ...and this one, well, I mostly threw it in just to challenge your sculptors. It's a [redacted].
WizKids: [after lengthy pause] ...uhhhh...


IA! IA!!

Too soon?

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Vic Wertz wrote:

The circumstances: Erik is presenting WizKids with images of figures he'd like for the set *after* Shattered Star...

Erik: ...and this one, well, I mostly threw it in just to challenge your sculptors. It's a [redacted].
WizKids: [after lengthy pause] ...uhhhh...

So is a [redacted] fine, diminutive, tiny, small, medium, large, huge, gargantuan or colossal?

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Is it the invisible stalker? ^_^

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zylphryx wrote:
So is a [redacted] fine, diminutive, tiny, small, medium, large, huge, gargantuan or colossal?

Yes.

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robot chris: all my PDFs eat a carton of eggs each morning and can bench press my house


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NO ONE PDFS LIKE GASTON

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Cosmo BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURNINATE!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!

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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Cosmo BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURNINATE!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!

Cosmo's let his inner goblin out again, hasn't he?


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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Cosmo BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURNINATE!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!

"No, Your Honor, I've never espoused the views of a devout pyromaniac. That particular line was taken out of context."


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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Cosmo BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURNINATE!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!

Man has a love for fire. Napalm, white phosphorus, promethium, oil, gasoline, meltas, plasmas, firestorms, incendiaries, firepower, fireline, flamethrower, fireteam, firefighter, the flames of war, fire, fire, fire. What else could be said to have benefited as much from man as fire? What other element has been defended, nursed, tutored, fed, and loved more than fire? Our cities, our books, our people, our enemies, our friends, our dead, our living, our greatest works and most heinous feats; all of them, fed to the ever hungry flames, and there it is. Years of brilliant minds worked on that one. For warfare, for country, for humanity? No. We wanted to see what fire, raw unchained flame, could do.


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zylphryx wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Cosmo BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURNINATE!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN! BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!BURN!
Cosmo's let his inner goblin out again, hasn't he?

Or his inner Trogdor.

I now picture Cosmo as a Matryoshka piñata of Lovecraftian surprises.

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sara marie: Cosmo, where in the emails are you working?

cosmo: ...I was checking the "overheard thread"...

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sara marie: [redacted]

blue chris: Oh, Sara. We've missed your snark. Welcome back!
Liz: ^
Lissa: ^

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Sara Marie wrote:

sara marie: [redacted]

blue chris: Oh, Sara. We've missed your snark. Welcome back!
Liz: ^
Lissa: ^

^

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Crystal Some robot defender of [redacted] you turned out to be.


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lissa: The larger the group of ninjas, the less effective they seem to be. Like an indirect relationship between number of ninjas and competence.

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Ah, someone has just discovered the law of Conservation of Ninjitsu.

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Erik: You can't hug a baby with nuclear arms.


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New person!

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Sara Marie wrote:
lissa: The larger the group of ninjas, the less effective they seem to be. Like an indirect relationship between number of ninjas and competence.

I believe you mean an inverse relationship.

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gary: i've decided it doesn't need testing

gary: i'm sure it's fine

cs erik: remember to turn your back gary, cool guys don't look at explosions.


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Sara Marie wrote:
cs erik: remember to turn your back gary, cool guys don't look at explosions.

B]

Jessica Price wrote:
Erik: You can't hug a baby with nuclear arms.

Sure you can! You're just not trying hard enough!!!

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Sara: Y'all are weird.

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Liz We don't carry the redacted anymore.

Sara Marie Glad I bought my PDFs, then.


Jessica Price wrote:
Erik: You can't hug a baby with nuclear arms.

Fresh m-, ur, I mean a new person, ey? Yay!


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Jessica Price wrote:
Erik: You can't hug a baby with nuclear arms.
Fresh m-, ur, I mean a new person, ey? Yay!

So when do they introduce the newbie to the hyen-, er, the customer base?

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

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Settle down, jackals. She's busy keeping us on schedule. :)


Chris Lambertz wrote:
Crystal Some robot defender of [redacted] you turned out to be.

[Redacted] has robot defenders? It *is* Numeria AP!


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Adam Daigle wrote:
Settle down, jackals. She's busy keeping us on schedule. :)

So the overheard thread qualifies as a project, eh?

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Kajehase wrote:
New person!

One of us! One of us!

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Steve Geddes wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
Settle down, jackals. She's busy keeping us on schedule. :)
So the overheard thread qualifies as a project, eh?

What doesn't? ;-)


Welcome to the circus Jess!

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