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Lord Fyre wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
What Is Love?

Well according to that video love is some scantily clad vampire chick.

Which....I can't completely rule out.

Do you mean like?

** spoiler omitted **

Yes.

I really like it when certain people cos-play.

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Did you notice "Page 7"?


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Did you notice "Page 7"?

Sorry the last link sorta of distracted me...

To quote a TV show...

I'll be in my bunk

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John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Did you notice "Page 7"?

Sorry the last link sorta of distracted me...

To quote a TV show...

I'll be in my bunk

The real question is ...

Are ( Kearstin Nicholson)
You (Jia Jem)
distracted (Vampy Bit Me)
enough? (Riddle's Messy Wardrobe)


Lord Fyre wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Did you notice "Page 7"?

Sorry the last link sorta of distracted me...

To quote a TV show...

I'll be in my bunk

The real question is ...

Are ( Kearstin Nicholson)
You (Jia Jem)
distracted (Vampy Bit Me)
enough? (Riddle's Messy Wardrobe)

I could stand to be more distracted.

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Thirsty?


Lord Fyre wrote:
Thirsty?

Sigh...now I feel lonely...:(

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John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Thirsty?
Sigh...now I feel lonely...:(

My work is done here!

Silver Crusade

How many drow does it take to change a lightbulb?


Lord Fyre wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Thirsty?
Sigh...now I feel lonely...:(
My work is done here!

You linked anything with something from the Smurfs....not kosher....not kosher.


lucky7 wrote:
How many drow does it take to change a lightbulb?

One...to wield the whip and make 5 kobold slaves do it.

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Do you have an opinion about JJ Abrams's version of Star Trek?


Lord Fyre wrote:
Do you have an opinion about JJ Abrams's version of Star Trek?

I enjoyed it. I was not a big fan of the Star Trek universe...I liked the first show mostly due to the characters...which his version managed to capture very well.

Silver Crusade

How would being able to fly affect the nature of piratical combat?


lucky7 wrote:
How would being able to fly affect the nature of piratical combat?

Do you mean?

A) Just 'you' (IE one person) flying.

B) The whole crew flys.

C) The ship flys.

D) All the above.

Silver Crusade

D.


Ok...

A) Just 'you' (IE one person) flying: Probably not that much over all...though you will be safe in case of a sinking ship.

B) The whole crew flys: You would see something very much like carrier tactics today. You would probably invest in a lightly armored ship but a quick one as you can board out of a prey ship's range.

C) The ship flys: No place would be safe...you could strike anywhere and escape any pursuit that is ground or water base with relative ease. Just make sure you recruit a crew not afraid of heights. This one is also probably every pirates wet dream.


Anymore questions....?

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John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Do you have an opinion about JJ Abrams's version of Star Trek?
I enjoyed it. I was not a big fan of the Star Trek universe...I liked the first show mostly due to the characters...which his version managed to capture very well.

There is one other thing that J.J. Abrams did right. :)


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Lord Fyre wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Do you have an opinion about JJ Abrams's version of Star Trek?
I enjoyed it. I was not a big fan of the Star Trek universe...I liked the first show mostly due to the characters...which his version managed to capture very well.
There is one other thing that J.J. Abrams did right. :)

Ah you mean keeping the female uniforms pretty much the same?

Can't disagree...

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John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Do you have an opinion about JJ Abrams's version of Star Trek?
I enjoyed it. I was not a big fan of the Star Trek universe...I liked the first show mostly due to the characters...which his version managed to capture very well.
There is one other thing that J.J. Abrams did right. :)

Ah you mean keeping the female uniforms pretty much the same?

Can't disagree...

As much as some might say that the mini-dress uniforms are sexist, but can you guess what Star Trek uniforms get cosplayed?


Um....mmmm....The mini skirt ones.

Silver Crusade

So wait, why do the Klingons hate the Fed again?


lucky7 wrote:
So wait, why do the Klingons hate the Fed again?

I am not a Treky...but if I were to guess they got tired of the Fed pushing their liberal...'Utopia' veiws on everyone. ;)


More Questions Now!!!

See if commands will work...

Silver Crusade

Sit!


lucky7 wrote:
Sit!

Hey...I was all ready sitting though.

Silver Crusade

Stand!

Approximately HOW OP is a Zen Archer in combat?


lucky7 wrote:

Stand!

Approximately HOW OP is a Zen Archer in combat?

Aha I am still sitting...You are not the boss of me!!!

As to your question I'll have to hit the books...I have not seen one in play as of yet. But that will have to come later tonight as I need to shower, eat dinner and head to a game....

which means I have to stand...Damn You!!!!

Silver Crusade

And now sit!

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Are (Yaya Han)
You (Kirsten Hughey)
Distracted (Jean Gomez)
Enough? (Rosanna Rocha)


lucky7 wrote:
And now sit!

Aha I am standing....

As to Zen Archers on my OP scale...1 being 'Hey lets play a commoner...to 10 being 'Hey I want to play my Godling, MA expert, Special Forces OCC with power armor Rifts character in your Pathfinder Game'

I would rate it a mmm...I would rate it a 4...mind you though I have not seen it in play. I don't like judging things till I do.


Lord Fyre wrote:

Are (Yaya Han)

You (Kirsten Hughey)
Distracted (Jean Gomez)
Enough? (Rosanna Rocha)

Today I had a stress test...which if you don't know they put you on a treadmill to see how your heart put up with stress and to raise your heart rate.

I am thinking those pictures would have been a much better way of doing that.


What about that Mustache familiar?


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Brandon Verkennes wrote:
What about that Mustache familiar?

It is coming...later tonight.

Silver Crusade

What skill do you consider having the most use in a Pathfinder game? Like perception or craft.


It looks like you're trying to get people to ask you questions. Would you like help with that?


lucky7 wrote:
What skill do you consider having the most use in a Pathfinder game? Like perception or craft.

Um...probably perception as everyone use it...it is also probably the most common knowledge skiull rolled. Follow up by Sense Motive...atleast my Players never seem to trust my NPCs.


That Damn Paper Clip wrote:
It looks like you're trying to get people to ask you questions. Would you like help with that?

Sure...

Wait what will it cost me.

Silver Crusade

Depends on how many questions you want.


Mustache Familiar. (Note: This does not represents Cosmo own mustache as that is a unquie being...perhaps one day stated up.)

Familiar: Special Ability:
Mustache Master Gains +3 Bonus to Bluff

XP: 50
N Dimunitive Magical Beast
Init: -5 Sense:Normal
Defense:
AC: 11 touch:11, flate footed:11 ( -5 Dex, +4 Size)
Fort:+0 , Ref: -3, Will: +3
Special Defense: Immune to Blugdeoning weapons. DR: 5/Slashing
Statistics:
Str:1, Dex:0, Con:6, Int: 10, Wis: 16, Cha: 12
Bas AtK: NA; CMBV: NA, CMD: 1
Feats:Toughness
Skills: Bluff +4, Diplomacey: +4
Ecology:
Enviroment: Demiplane
Organization: Solitary
Treasure: None
Special Abilities:
Symboitic relationship: When it attaches to a host it gains the host's AC +4 due to size. The Host gains 3 HPs.

Mustaches are found on the demiplane called Selleck. Nothing is know about their society or biology.


lucky7 wrote:
Depends on how many questions you want.

All of them...


Must.....Have....More....Questions....


What is the square root of Wisconsin?


Brandon Verkennes wrote:
What is the square root of Wisconsin?

There are two possible ways to do this...

The answear to one way is..

15465870.535469834974432600055927

the other answear is...

11.1803398874989484820458683433659

now figure out how I arrived at those numbers...

Silver Crusade

Can you telll us?


lucky7 wrote:
Can you telll us?

Sure...

I translated the word Wisconsin into a number by assigning a numerical value to the letters based on when the appear in the alphabet. For example A=1, B=2, C=3...and so on.

So wisconsin becoms 23, 9, 19, 3, 15, 14, 19, 9, 14.

I than for the first one just said that was one big number...239,193,151,419,914 and the did the square root of that number.

Method number two I just added them altogether like so... 23+9+19+3+15+14+19+9+14= 125 and than figure the square root of that number.

Silver Crusade

What is your view on Canadians?


lucky7 wrote:
What is your view on Canadians?

As a people they are pretty much good people.

It is there goverment that has lots of problems.


Interesting.
What problems do you see? I'm curious for an outside point of view.

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