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So does anyone else think it's weird that a 14 year old girl has a vendetta against Santa and thus wants to black mail him?

I mean I get it on some level but it's still pretty weird to me...


Yeah, that's pretty odd.


Okay so I got at least ONE person on my side for this. :) Thank you Cal.


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:


the biggest prep I do is finding encounters and printing them from the d20pfsrd website. I tell ya, that site is invaluable to me.

Yup. that’s a good one. The internet is a great tool in general. Especially when you are like me and have to go shopping for some pretty weird adversaries...


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

So does anyone else think it's weird that a 14 year old girl has a vendetta against Santa and thus wants to black mail him?

I mean I get it on some level but it's still pretty weird to me...

not at all. I wanted Santa to make toys for me and only me. So i wanted to kidnap him.


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Okay more proof that I didn't need that Freehold and I are no where near compatible for...anything.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

So does anyone else think it's weird that a 14 year old girl has a vendetta against Santa and thus wants to black mail him?

I mean I get it on some level but it's still pretty weird to me...

I do find it rather odd. What did he do? Not give her a Pony, like she asked?


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

So does anyone else think it's weird that a 14 year old girl has a vendetta against Santa and thus wants to black mail him?

I mean I get it on some level but it's still pretty weird to me...

I did but I ran out of time to comment on that one. :-)


John Napier 698 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

So does anyone else think it's weird that a 14 year old girl has a vendetta against Santa and thus wants to black mail him?

I mean I get it on some level but it's still pretty weird to me...

I do find it rather odd. What did he do? Not give her a Pony, like she asked?

No apparently she's mad at her parents for making her think he was real. Again not sure how long she holds a grudge but...there you are.

Shadow,

I was hoping for a little more substantive reply but that works too.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Okay more proof that I didn't need that Freehold and I are no where near compatible for...anything.

you make it sound like I wanted to work him over or something. I just wanted an arrangement, as mom kept refusing to get me a nintendo.

I also wanted to eat the reindeer so he couldn't escape.

Except for rudolph. Because the other reindeer were mean to him.


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4d6 ⇒ (5, 1, 4, 6) = 16
4d6 ⇒ (5, 4, 6, 1) = 16
4d6 ⇒ (3, 2, 6, 2) = 13
4d6 ⇒ (4, 1, 4, 4) = 13
4d6 ⇒ (4, 6, 6, 6) = 22
4d6 ⇒ (1, 4, 3, 3) = 11


Uhm what's that Patrick...

Also Freehold, you are SO not invited to my table. :p ;)


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I think Patrick is trapped somewhere and he's trying to get a message to us!


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
I think Patrick is trapped somewhere and he's trying to get a message to us!

Help me, I am trapped

In a haiku factory
Save me, before they


Thomas Seitz wrote:

Uhm what's that Patrick...

Also Freehold, you are SO not invited to my table. :p ;)

Oh my god, you would eat rudolph?! You monster!


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Freehold DM wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Uhm what's that Patrick...

Also Freehold, you are SO not invited to my table. :p ;)

Oh my god, you would eat rudolph?! You monster!

What's wrong with deer meat?


David M Mallon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Uhm what's that Patrick...

Also Freehold, you are SO not invited to my table. :p ;)

Oh my god, you would eat rudolph?! You monster!
What's wrong with deer meat?

nothing at all. Its why I ate donner through comet. But rudolph is a good guy.


Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Uhm what's that Patrick...

Also Freehold, you are SO not invited to my table. :p ;)

Oh my god, you would eat rudolph?! You monster!
What's wrong with deer meat?
nothing at all. Its why I ate donner through comet. But rudolph is a good guy.

Even better with steak sauce.


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Sorry about the dice rolls. Was asked to flesh out a character real quick for an actual tabletop game. 4d6 drop the lowest


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Pretty good rolling, who did you decide to make out of them.


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Freehold DM wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Uhm what's that Patrick...

Also Freehold, you are SO not invited to my table. :p ;)

Oh my god, you would eat rudolph?! You monster!
What's wrong with deer meat?
nothing at all. Its why I ate donner through comet. But rudolph is a good guy.

C'mon. Everyone knows Rudolph is tough, because he leads the way. The rest are in his slipstream, so they are nice and tender.


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Look Freehold I don't eat wild game of ANY kind. I just mean your fetish with blackmailing Santa is weird man.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

So does anyone else think it's weird that a 14 year old girl has a vendetta against Santa and thus wants to black mail him?

I mean I get it on some level but it's still pretty weird to me...

I do find it rather odd. What did he do? Not give her a Pony, like she asked?

No apparently she's mad at her parents for making her think he was real. Again not sure how long she holds a grudge but...there you are.

Shadow,

I was hoping for a little more substantive reply but that works too.

Heh. Sorry for the lack of substance there, my time has been limited on the boards these days so not all of my posts are as witty as they could be. Plus my mind is so damn filthy that I often best express myself best by not expressing myself at all. Know what I mean? ;-)


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
It’s Friday! Huzzah!

TGIF. Unfortunately to soon be followed by OSIM. :-)


Shadow,

That's perfectly fair.


Ed Reppert wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
It’s Friday! Huzzah!
TGIF. Unfortunately to soon be followed by OSIM. :-)

Amen to that brother! :P


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Taig- My prayer are with you and your family man. Cancer absolutely sucks. Even if you catch it early. Best wishes, prayers and luck with that!

Monkey- Long Drive? I sympathize, after a busy week, I packed the car until the wee hours of the morning, then ran a marathon drive of 12 hours (thats long for me!) on maybe 3 hours of sleep, chasing/being chased by a massive line of thunderstorms all the way from Louisiana to Orlando, Fl for the vacate. Probably (one) of the most un-smart things I have done in recent history. ;P

Speaking of vacation- I'm just trying to catch up a little bit here, as I am about to RE-pack the car, and drive all the way back tomorrow. :(
But with a lot more than 3 hours sleep! (I hope!)

Santa- I never had any hate for the man in the red suit. AND in fact he DID appear as an NPC in a long-running campaign (4 years I think?) ran by a friend of mine as the 'Christmas holiday special' that year. :)

My kids seemed fairly chill about finding out Santa was make-believe the whole time. Although my sister always told HER kids that he wasn't real. (Made Christmas visiting family fairly dicey for a couple of years there) ;P
Although- WHen I was much younger, I DO recall wondering how come Santa NEVER brought me what I asked for, but always brought what Mom and Dad made me put on the letter to Santa. ;P

Whelp, time to go be responsible and start packing the car and cleaning the condo. I hope to back to my usual-ish posting by monday-ish. :)

Peace Treeforters!! :)


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captain yesterday wrote:
Pretty good rolling, who did you decide to make out of them.

Half-a-ling bard!


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Excellent!

I'm a huge fan of everything Halfling. :-)


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captain yesterday wrote:

Excellent!

I'm a huge fan of everything Halfling. :-)

There's a joke in there. Somewhere.

Isn't there? ;P

EDIT= Yah, that wuz funnier in my head. 'Ima go pack the car now. :/


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Ha! :-D

Now I see what I did there!

Good catch Rags!

Captain Yesterday fun fact: My only character from 1st or 2nd edition to survive until retirement was a halfling thief, I've since been using his grandkids as my current halfling characters.


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Yeah I’m a big Bard fan. Not a showy class, but if you play them right you end up being best supporting actor. Last night I healed the tank, inspired several combatants (5e nerfed that a bit) , and used my crossbow to pump some decent DPS into the melee mix.


This NPC might or might be not inspired by real person.


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Rag,

I didn't lose it when I found out Santa was real. Mostly because I was MORE upset that dragons weren't real! (Or at least they never existed. That's a sore point with me.) Mostly I kept wondering how Santa kept missing all the poor kids.

Shadow Lodge

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Yeah I’m a big Bard fan. Not a showy class, but if you play them right you end up being best supporting actor. Last night I healed the tank, inspired several combatants (5e nerfed that a bit) , and used my crossbow to pump some decent DPS into the melee mix.

They're basically living force multipliers. It's awesome.

Plus they never feel like they don't have something to contribute.


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We destroyed Skull and Shackles with an all bard party.


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captain yesterday wrote:
We destroyed Skull and Shackles with an all bard party.

I am running Council of Thieves here on the boards as an all Bard party.

Still in Book I but so far the group seems to be enjoying the game.


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Archetypes are the best thing that happened for bards.


Bards are cool, no doubt.

I suspect that I, myself, am somewhat hampered when playing them, (PLaying them well, at least) having done so only twice I can recall. ;P

I can see an all-bard party of various archetypes wreaking havoc with a scenario when played well. :)


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I may only have a kindergarten-level understanding of the Irish language, but I got this joke. I'll call it a win.


Good morning, everyone! (well, late morning where I am).


hi everyone

I hope everyone is well and kickin'


I am still coughing from the whooping cough but feeling less ill and even the coughing is getting better


That's good to hear! I haven't had the whooping cough since I was a kid, but I remember how miserable I felt with it.


I know some people love this warmer weather, but honestly I'm ready to go back to winter now. 78 is WAY too hot for me in February.


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I completely agree. It's 74 right now where I am. And we have thunderstorms forecast for tonight. I hope tornado season isn't starting early. We take those pretty seriously here in Arkansas.


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Cal,

I take them less seriously unless they can climb up steep hills. If they are the sizes of my hill, then that's a different story. But still, not fun things to consider this early in the year.


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There was a huge one in 1997 that went through my area. It did go up and over hills, leaving wide swaths of broken and twisted trees. But here's hoping your hill is a really high one!


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Last I checked, we were at least somewhere in the 200 foot range...


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Thats not a hill!
Thats a baby mountain! :P

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