### Pathfinder Online

I am a bit bored. :)

Math. How does it work?!?!

Why are you trying to make me feel bad? :p

Oh noes it's the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle again!

Being wrote:
Oh noes it's the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle again!

Pythagoras was totally a square.

How are people going to fight when there is math involved?

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How can our swords be real if our math isn't real?

Gpunk wrote:
How can our swords be real if our math isn't real?

It's CHAOS!!!!

Please no complex math. It is those imaginary phases that will do no good

Or will allow strikes past impenetrable armor.

Lord Zodd wrote:
Being wrote:
Oh noes it's the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle again!
Pythagoras was totally a square.

Don't be so obtuse. He really helped shape the world.

One divided by infinity = 0

True story, carry on.

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<Magistry> Toombstone wrote:
Lord Zodd wrote:
Being wrote:
Oh noes it's the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle again!
Pythagoras was totally a square.
Don't be so obtuse. He really helped shape the world.

That's acute pun, especially when you factor in the math angle.

Don't divide us into math and non-math...

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Gpunk wrote:
Math. How does it work?!?!

I think we all know the real questions is about how magnets work.

Magic.

Gol Phyllain wrote:
Magic.

This is the *only* explanation.

Best "magic" answer ever is an oldie but a goodie: semi-conductors work because there's a tiny bit of magic smoke in each one. When sufficiently abused, the magic smoke escapes, and thus they no longer work.

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Mbando wrote:
Gpunk wrote:
Math. How does it work?!?!
I think we all know the real questions is about how magnets work.

Empyrean Proxima Sin wrote:
<Magistry> Toombstone wrote:
Lord Zodd wrote:
Being wrote:
Oh noes it's the square of the hypotenuse of a right triangle again!
Pythagoras was totally a square.
Don't be so obtuse. He really helped shape the world.
That's acute pun, especially when you factor in the math angle.

Well I do like to integrate those variables into my posts. And now that it has come full circle, I am going to make a line for some pi because there I heard there's some in the area.