The table on page 81...


Giantslayer

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Am I the only one, or does the table on page 81, and the president it sets for the rest of the AP, not excite you? And for players who are not currently reading the AP are you highly confused by this post?

I like how many of the entries tell a story in so few words, like

92-96:
3 backpacks with climbers kits. Just genius, where are the previous occupants of the backpacks, were they plucked from the side of a mountain, or left to die with out their kit high up somewhere.


Personally, I'd bet on "eaten alive".

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True, true, it just reminds me of the six word stories, I think the one that started it, or is most famous, was: "For Sale, baby shoes, never worn"

so much implied in what is not said, but without looking that deeply, the table is great.

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Yay! I'm glad you like that table. It was fun to put together.

(And yes, it does seem to set a precedent, doesn't it?)


why is it this thread makes me wanna get Giantslayer then anything thats been said before:-p

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Adam Daigle wrote:

Yay! I'm glad you like that table. It was fun to put together.

(And yes, it does seem to set a precedent, doesn't it?)

Well it out right says there will be such a table in each module, I meant more a precedent for awesome. It's not just that the table exists, but that it is so amusing.

The inside cover illustrations are also amusing, I think it was a clever choice to pick such an iconic illustration.

While I'm patting you folks on the back, the short story is amusing and I assume the start of a similar non-linear story that hopefully culminates in the sixth book with the outcome of the undefined predicament.


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