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~looks down~ How do you turn SCALES around?


GOOD MORNING TREEFORTNAM!!!!


Ragadolf. What is the thing you never do in a game?

Spoiler:
Split the party :P

Scarab Sages

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Got some map work done. I'm pretty pleased about that

What's it got in its pocketses?!?

I'm guessing the Adobe you spoke of installing is Photoshop? I've heard a lot of folks like to use that for maps. On those rare occasions when I do like to make a map, I use Campaign Cartographer.

Although, in a pinch, I can make a map in Powerpoint.

Or with crayons.


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I use a Chessex Megamat I got for Christmas. Gotta get the table extension out to use it, it's so big. :-)


Sharoth wrote:
~looks down~ How do you turn SCALES around?

Painfully...


Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Got some map work done. I'm pretty pleased about that

What's it got in its pocketses?!?

I'm guessing the Adobe you spoke of installing is Photoshop? I've heard a lot of folks like to use that for maps. On those rare occasions when I do like to make a map, I use Campaign Cartographer.

Although, in a pinch, I can make a map in Powerpoint.

Or with crayons.

Yup Photoshop. Army trained. I like to stick with the program I know.


Started raining. Of course I am just leaving for a session...


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Ragadolf. What is the thing you never do in a game?

** spoiler omitted **

Wait! I didn't! They wouldn't! I thought they were RIGHT behind me!

o_O

This is gonna hurt, isn't it? ;P

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Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Got some map work done. I'm pretty pleased about that

What's it got in its pocketses?!?

I'm guessing the Adobe you spoke of installing is Photoshop? I've heard a lot of folks like to use that for maps. On those rare occasions when I do like to make a map, I use Campaign Cartographer.

Although, in a pinch, I can make a map in Powerpoint.

Or with crayons.

I use Photoshop for my Kingmaker campaign. The map is blacked out and the PCs reveal it more and more as they explore hexes, run spy missions and establish embassies. It's been a lifesaver as I'm able to build all the natural resources, armies, cities, roads, farms, etc. on different layers. It also looks like a map from Civilization but I'm okay with that. :)


we have almost daily heavy rainfalls in south and west Germany four weeks straight now

some heavy flooding happend in Bavaria and here in Hessia, the neighbouring town was knee deep under water last week, yesterday it hit Offenbach and Frankfurt
thankfully no persons damaged here but 5 drownings in Bavaria


we ev en had some tornados

Germany NEVER had tornados o.O

but tiny once, a few roofs damaged, nothing more


Everyone seems to having bad weather except me. I'm sure I'll get nailed with a hurricane in August or something stupid like that


It's sunny and 70 here in God's Country.


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82 and sunny in cheese country. Got 7.5 inches of rain overnight. The rest of the city is a mess but my garden is practically growing before my eyes.

A bountiful harvest shall be had this year.

Scarab Sages

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Got some map work done. I'm pretty pleased about that

What's it got in its pocketses?!?

I'm guessing the Adobe you spoke of installing is Photoshop? I've heard a lot of folks like to use that for maps. On those rare occasions when I do like to make a map, I use Campaign Cartographer.

Although, in a pinch, I can make a map in Powerpoint.

Or with crayons.

Yup Photoshop. Army trained. I like to stick with the program I know.

Yeah, that's kind of why I first picked up on CC and liked it: in certain ways it's very similar to AutoCAD and some other drafting programs I'd used.

Scarab Sages

Callous Jack wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Got some map work done. I'm pretty pleased about that

What's it got in its pocketses?!?

I'm guessing the Adobe you spoke of installing is Photoshop? I've heard a lot of folks like to use that for maps. On those rare occasions when I do like to make a map, I use Campaign Cartographer.

Although, in a pinch, I can make a map in Powerpoint.

Or with crayons.

I use Photoshop for my Kingmaker campaign. The map is blacked out and the PCs reveal it more and more as they explore hexes, run spy missions and establish embassies. It's been a lifesaver as I'm able to build all the natural resources, armies, cities, roads, farms, etc. on different layers. It also looks like a map from Civilization but I'm okay with that. :)

One of the guys I used to game with in Philly had software that could black out sections of the dungeon and reveal it as we explored. He'd project it down onto the table for us. Not sure what the software was though.


Yeah I'm good with the tips and tricks of adobe


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Treppa wrote:
It's sunny and 70 here in God's Country.

You're in Yorkshire?!?

¬_¬


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DSXMachina wrote:
Treppa wrote:
It's sunny and 70 here in God's Country.

You're in Yorkshire?!?

¬_¬

Isn't that Dog Country?

:-D


GOOD MORNING TREEFORTNAM!!!


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A shout out to Ragadolf for taking the chaotic mess of my Planescape Silver Rose game and refashioning it into a fantastic story

>LINK<


One minute past seven hours of sleep today. I feel absolutely indolent, lol


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I HAVE LOAM!!!

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Loam is soil composed mostly of sand (particle size > 63 µm), silt (particle size > 2 µm), and a smaller amount of clay (particle size < 2 µm). Its composition is about 40%-40%-20% concentration of sand-silt-clay, respectively.[1] These proportions can vary to a degree, however, and result in different types of loam soils: sandy loam, silty loam, clay loam, sandy clay loam, silty clay loam, and loam. In the USDA textural classification triangle, the only soil that is not predominantly sand, silt, or clay is called "loam". Loam soils generally contain more nutrients, moisture, and humus than sandy soils, have better drainage and infiltration of water and air than silty soils, and are easier to till than clay soils. The different types of loam soils each have slightly different characteristics, with some draining liquids more efficiently than others. For food production, a loam soil containing a small amount of organic material is considered ideal. The mineral in a loam soil ideally is about 40% sand, 40% silt and 20% clay by weight. The soil's texture, especially its ability to retain nutrients and water are crucial.

Bricks made of loam, mud, sand, and water, with an added binding material such as rice husks or straw, have been used in construction since ancient times.


^Yeah I just got 3 yards of that stuff :D

Scarab Sages

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I was going to try and find a funny acronym, but then Wikipedia lured me in with its false promises.

Plus, lazy.

Silver Crusade

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Lovable Ovulating Azerbaijani Matrons?


Laconic Oviparous Antropodal Marsupials?


Patrick Curtin wrote:
^Yeah I just got 3 yards of that stuff :D

<Boggles mind>

o_O

WHY?!?

O_o


My Fitbit baffles me. Sleep time this week: 2:40, 2:31, 3:10, 3:27. Average sleep time: 3:56.

It's OK, Fitbit. Math is hard!


Still at work. Normal time is 11 PM to 7 AM. yay...?


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Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
^Yeah I just got 3 yards of that stuff :D

<Boggles mind>

o_O

WHY?!?

O_o

Vegetables my dear wizard!

Green beans! Squash! Po-tay-toes!


Treppa wrote:

My Fitbit baffles me. Sleep time this week: 2:40, 2:31, 3:10, 3:27. Average sleep time: 3:56.

It's OK, Fitbit. Math is hard!

Hmm

Maybe I'm not the sleep-minimizing mutant I thought I was...

Still, the math does add up...


WE have all been gathered here today for one reason. Ladies and gentleman........ how do we kill superman?!!!??!!!


The Minis Maniac wrote:
WE have all been gathered here today for one reason. Ladies and gentleman........ how do we kill superman?!!!??!!!

Something involving bullets fashioned of Kryptonite? Or perhaps a nice aerosol kryptonite gas cloud?


The math adds up? How can the average be greater than ALL of the values? o_O

And this is Fitbit on sensitive mode. On normal mode, you could probably double those numbers. I figure reality is somewhere in between. And I'm not getting good sleep. I go to bed late, sleep poorly, and my stupid mutt wakes me up at dawn. That's why I like winter - dawn at like 10:30 a.m. rules.

As for the 2:30, that's what I get for drinking a liter of Diet Coke at 11 pm. :/


Treppa wrote:

The math adds up? How can the average be greater than ALL of the values? o_O

And this is Fitbit on sensitive mode. On normal mode, you could probably double those numbers. I figure reality is somewhere in between. And I'm not getting good sleep. I go to bed late, sleep poorly, and my stupid mutt wakes me up at dawn. That's why I like winter - dawn at like 10:30 a.m. rules.

As for the 2:30, that's what I get for drinking a liter of Diet Coke at 11 pm. :/

I should say, the math on MINE adds up


My avg last week was 4:35 a day. But I had some pretty all-day workathon days that screwed up my avgs


Ah, gotcha. Thought my math brain had dribbled out my ears.

You use a Fitbit as well?


Treppa wrote:

Ah, gotcha. Thought my math brain had dribbled out my ears.

You use a Fitbit as well?

damn!I thought we had healed her!

Back to the drawing board, then. I will not rest until all minds have been freed of the shackles of mathematics!


Math is good for cyborgs.


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Aranna, y u keep winking?

ლ(ಠ益ಠლ)


The Minis Maniac wrote:

WE have all been gathered here today for one reason. Ladies and gentleman........ how do we kill superman?!!!??!!!

With kindness?


The Minis Maniac wrote:
WE have all been gathered here today for one reason. Ladies and gentleman........ how do we kill superman?!!!??!!!

Of course this way works too!


Treppa wrote:

Ah, gotcha. Thought my math brain had dribbled out my ears.

You use a Fitbit as well?

Yeah I got one for my birthday. That's how I figured out I was sleeping 4-6 hrs a night


Man my BBEG just tore up one of the party DPS. They need the other DPS on scene pronto. They need a high AC meat shield too. Like a dwarven fighter with a 22 Con and +5 platemail


Anyone interested in a meat shield position in a Planescspe PbP?


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What game?

Spoiler:
"Man my BBEG just tore up one of the party DPS. They need the other DPS on scene pronto. They need a high AC meat shield too. Like a dwarven fighter with a 22 Con and +5 platemail" - that's a heck of a sell for your pbp.

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