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You understand the marzipan, proboscis, and tureen reference.

Dark Archive Bella Sara Charter Superscriber

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You realize that Eberron will one day be the default setting for D&D, and thus all adventures not set in Eberron should be easily convertible into Eberron with minimal changes.


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You remember the Takasi rating.

Sebastian wrote:
You realize that Eberron will one day be the default setting for D&D, and thus all adventures not set in Eberron should be easily convertible into Eberron with minimal changes.

Damn, I *still* need to use all those Eberron books on my shelf...and that investigator class would fit in *so* well in that setting...

Shadow Lodge

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You've had some of Lilith's cookies.

Webstore Gninja Minion

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You remember the Render.

The Exchange RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16, Contributor

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You have hardcopies of every printed issue of Wayfinder.

Webstore Gninja Minion

Removed a post...don't make it personal, guys.


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Gorbacz wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Captain Kid Rime wrote:
Josh Frost
Mike McArtor
FRANK TROLLMAN

Gorbacz


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Sharoth wrote:
You remember when Heathy had less than 1000 posts.

Like when Paizo was just cave painting?

I remember when he was like 7-9k.

Liberty's Edge

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Orthos wrote:
... you know how the original FAWTL got started without digging through the archives.

You're on the first page of the origin :-)

Liberty's Edge

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Lilith wrote:
You understand the marzipan, proboscis, and tureen reference.

I loved that thread.

Silver Crusade

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Wow, I have only been on since 2009 and this is bringing up memories.
Good to see everyone. :)

Edit: Guess I should add something to the list XD

You remember a fierce rivalry between a certain dragon, pony, kobold, and a werewoof. :)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
You have a PbP game (or two) that date back over six years...

<- was in one of the first-eve PbPs on the forums, back before aliases were introduced. I had to make a separate e-mail account and Paizo account just so I could play.


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You remember when Vomit Guy was able to spew forth in any thread, not just the OTD ones.

Paizo Employee Lead Designer

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You remember the following flaws and their source: Chicken Infested, Delicious, Pig Bond, and XP Farm.


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Jason Bulmahn wrote:
You remember the following flaws and their source: Chicken Infested, Delicious, Pig Bond, and XP Farm.

That was a great issue.

Paizo Employee Developer

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Great thread!

Liberty's Edge

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Great thread!

You remember when this guy was a mere Werecabbage and had a square job in the People's Republic. ;-)


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houstonderek wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
Great thread!
You remember when this guy was a mere Werecabbage and had a square job in the People's Republic. ;-)

Pfft. I remember him *before* he was all leafy.

Sovereign Court

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houstonderek wrote:
Orthos wrote:
... you know how the original FAWTL got started without digging through the archives.
You're on the first page of the origin :-)

And ONLY the first page of the Origin (really, honestly, I swear looking in on those threads sporadically was like jumping into Twin Peaks on every other prime numbered episode and hoping to know what the heck was going on ... of course, that could have been the point ;) Thankfully I never spotted any reverse talking little people when I did pop in).

EDIT: Apparently, I was able to keep up with y'all for 5 pages .. .and then made the mistake of pausing in the posts ...

Sovereign Court

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You still have your hard copy of the Beta rules.


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zylphryx wrote:
You still have your hard copy of the Beta rules.

Well, if you count printing it out...

Sovereign Court

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thunderspirit wrote:
zylphryx wrote:
You still have your hard copy of the Beta rules.
Well, if you count printing it out...

Which means you still have it in your downloads, which means ... ;)

Grand Lodge

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Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber
zylphryx wrote:
You still have your hard copy of the Beta rules.

Yep.

The Exchange

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TOZ wrote:
You've had some of Lilith's cookies.

I love dem cookies!!!

...when you remember the rouge/rogue posts trying to correct people of that misspelling (I may have contributed some...).
...when you remember Paizo announcing the Savage Tide adventure path!

***edit*** Wow, just went back to find my first post---Aug 5th 2005! wow!

Liberty's Edge

Pink Girl. heh heh....

Liberty's Edge

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penultimate blue balls

Liberty's Edge

"I'll qualify my list once again with the verbiage. Love is another word tossed around way too often in everyday language...it is a word currently in danger of being "slanged" into an idea that carries far less gusto than intended. I love my faith of choice, my wife, my family, my closest friends, and myself.

I enjoy comradarie, teamwork, and selflessness. These traits foster community growth and development.

I am fond of discussion, discourse, open acess of information, healthy debates, and concessions. Considering the perspective of others allows one to understand the concept of "point of view."

It pleases me to no end to create or witness creation of something new. No matter in what medium, format, or venue; constructing something is an expression of self or community and is subject to both self- and sociatal interpretation.

And, finally, it heartens me to engage in of all of the aforementioned interactions every time we gather together to game."

Paizo Employee Developer

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Lilith wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
Great thread!
You remember when this guy was a mere Werecabbage and had a square job in the People's Republic. ;-)
Pfft. I remember him *before* he was all leafy.

Yeah, I think a good post for this thread is:

You still just call me Daigle.


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...you were one of those who helped to organise or attended as a special guest one of the first 'overseas' 'PaizoCon' events.
*****
With only a few days to go to this year's event it seems a good moment to me to recall those who were so generous with their time and effort to help make the first one enjoyable for attendees. And of course to recall those at Paizo, who allowed it to happen (and who even helped with stuff like supplying little special logos that PaizoCon UK was allowed to use).
*****
*This* madman was expected to attend, too, but circumstances conspired otherwise.


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Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Adam Daigle wrote:
Lilith wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
Great thread!
You remember when this guy was a mere Werecabbage and had a square job in the People's Republic. ;-)
Pfft. I remember him *before* he was all leafy.

Yeah, I think a good post for this thread is:

You still just call me Daigle.

Or even know why we called you Mantis.


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Justin Franklin wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
You still just call me Daigle.
Or even know why we called you Mantis.

Hmmm, I've never considered Frankening up a preying flumphtis critter before... Mwah-ha-ha-HA-HA-HA!

Shadow Lodge

W E Ray wrote:
Cool Thread -- made me go back to my first posts and their Threads, summer of '06, and remember how different everything was before WotC killed D&D and began the Edition Wars.

How did they begin something that had been going on since the 70s?

Contributor

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Lilith wrote:
You understand the marzipan, proboscis, and tureen reference.

Ha, Lilith, next time I write anything for this lovely group of people, they're back in:)


Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

You recall the desperate plea on the site for letters to Prison Mail for Dungeon 133.

And found yours printed in the same issue as "Kings of the Rift".

Reggie.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

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KC's Smurfily funny Avatar!

Liberty's Edge

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Richard Pett wrote:
Lilith wrote:
You understand the marzipan, proboscis, and tureen reference.
Ha, Lilith, next time I write anything for this lovely group of people, they're back in:)

I credit Paizo for the fact that I knew what "inscrutable" meant when I took the GRE last week to get into grad school. No toureens on the GRE though. This time.....


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Richard Pett wrote:
Lilith wrote:
You understand the marzipan, proboscis, and tureen reference.
Ha, Lilith, next time I write anything for this lovely group of people, they're back in:)

YESSSSSS! \m/

Silver Crusade

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You remember when PbPs were mixed into the Off Topic Discussion boards.

You remember how and why the Untitled thread began.

Heathy alluded to this, but... You have painful flashbacks whenever you hear the word "penultimate."

Paizo Employee Lead Designer

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zylphryx wrote:
You still have your hard copy of the Beta rules.

You still have a hard print of the first draft of the Pathfinder RPG with the title "3.75 Rules".

Wait.. that would just be me...

Contributor, RPG Superstar 2010 Top 4

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If you remember when I was this chubby owlish figure that did more talking than actual "WATCHING"..

Oh, wait.

damn


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If you remember when you could type 'smurf' and THIS wouldn't happen...


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A smurf is fine.


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Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

If you remember when you could double post, blitzing was so much easier then.


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Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

If you remember FAWTL blitzing, usually in celebration.


if you remember the "Baby Owlbear Calamity Chart".

whatever happened to ASEO? I think he would have approved of Iron Gods.


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If you remember the OTD game.


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If you ever punted a poodle in a thread.


Rûmlin, Dwarven Barrister wrote:

...you have a special ability to automatically make a Will save to avoid posting something you know is going to be contentious and post something a Wisdom check tells you might be funny instead.

Not to say that the Wisdom check will be successful and that it actually will be funny (or less contentious than what you avoided posting), but still, you *tried*.

I seem to always fail that Will save....


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Or took part in a good egging ...

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