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1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:

1d4 goblin babies know the answer to this one:

"Ting tang walla walla bing bang"

Damn. Don Juan Doodlebug is getting bizzay!!


Ack!
Turns clothes back right side out

Silver Crusade

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Ragadolf wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The Irish were sadly deficient in the cuisine department. It's why so many like myself have adopted Italian as my foster cuisine.

Welcome to the family! :)

What kind of a heart attack would you like to eat?
First?
;P

I do like my wife's (aka grandma's recipes) cooking. Sadly, she doesn't cook often.
Not because she can't or won't or doesn't want too, she is just too,... dang,.... slow,... :)

She simply cannot multi task. If she is cooking a special dinner, for my birthday say, and she wants it ready for 6pm, she has to start at 1pm. 2 at the latest. :)

But I will admit, while patience is not my particular virtue, it has always been worth waiting for. ;)

My mother was a bad cook, sadly. Late in life I have discovered I have a flair for it. A week from Wednesday I will be serving up a homemade Chinese buffet. My rough draft menu is Hot and sour soup (I've made this before-really good), beef and broccoli, chicken fingers, beef lo Mein, and some sort of fried rice.

I'm a little leery of the chicken fingers as I haven't done the tempura batter myself before, but nothing ventured-nothing gained.

Do you have a recipe for the hot and sour soup? Always a favorite of mine.


Did I add you to my cooking FB group? If I haven't that is a serious oversight. I'll add you and bring the recipe to the top of the feed. It really is Soo good made at home


Ok. You were a member already so I tagged you on the recipe so you can see it. Highly recommended


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Jackin' Ape wrote:
oo-OOO!

.

Who let the apes out?

Ook ook ook ook!

Primates, like bowties and fezzes, are cool.


Indubitably


My wife thinks I make a great homemade fried rice and egg drop soup.

But she's my wife, so she pretty much has to think it's good. ;P

In my defense, My kids also like my egg drop soup. :D

Homemade buffet sounds awesome! Have fun!


Nothing like the feeling of getting a good night's sleep after a couple days of not getting one ;)

Now on to getting some stuff done ...

Scarab Sages

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streaks through thread


Aberzombie wrote:
streaks through thread

{bites Ray Stevens}

Edit: Juju zombie + Velocity 9 = hmmmm


I just saw a nekkid zombeh!


The Roman Sled is hard on an old monkey's knees. Not to mention his Azz. Oww...


Patrick Curtin wrote:
The Roman Sled is hard on an old monkey's knees. Not to mention his Azz. Oww...

what is a Roman sled?

Shadow Lodge

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
I just saw a nekkid zombeh!

Surely you imagined it.


Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
The Roman Sled is hard on an old monkey's knees. Not to mention his Azz. Oww...
what is a Roman sled?

Leg press machine


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Just made reservations to visit Cape Breton at the end of August. It's going to be a fun month!


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GenCon will be sweet to start the month, then a relaxing week in the most gorgeous coastal place I've ever seen (and I've lived in Cape Cod and Monterey CA)


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TotalCon this weekend. I'll be gaming in the Iron GM semifinals (as a player)


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Who moved me way over here?


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Is the Feng Shui better over here?

Silver Crusade

Is that Mairkurion in alias form?


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Jawohl, mein guter Freund.

Silver Crusade

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Good to see you around, Leafy!

Liberty's Edge Contributor

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Ooh ooh eeh oooh aaaaah?
Look at you with the über-cool 'Contributor' tag! Welcome to the Treefort! Have a seat, eat some banana nut bread, try out the PlayStation X VurtRig! (Don't ask- time travel is a grey area legally)

Heh. Thanks. Not sure that I'll be able to post much here. I feel easily overwhelmed by having to keep up with too many web pages/groups. But I did want to stop by and say hello to everyone.

Shadow Lodge

That's what you get for moderating the madhouse. :P


AZombie sighting!

Get the baseball bat! ;)

Hey AZ, TOZ, CH,... oh and everyone else too. (I'm far too lazy to go up thread and retype EVERYONE'S name!)

;P


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Ooh ooh eeh oooh aaaaah?
Look at you with the über-cool 'Contributor' tag! Welcome to the Treefort! Have a seat, eat some banana nut bread, try out the PlayStation X VurtRig! (Don't ask- time travel is a grey area legally)
Heh. Thanks. Not sure that I'll be able to post much here. I feel easily overwhelmed by having to keep up with too many web pages/groups. But I did want to stop by and say hello to everyone.

It's cool. It's casual. Glad you stopped by though.


Hey maikurion!


So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?


i had a strange dream where a group of people were in a haunted house and three women became possessed by the spirits within. They transmogrified into three-eyed, purple-skinned medusas. I'm thinking I might have had an influence from a web animation I saw right before bed called 'Cthupid' . It was quite vivid, and the triocular look was quite creepy.


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ZOMBIE sighting !!!

Professor Sighing !!!!

wohoo

please stay


on sick leave myself,

I have a coughthat will not go away, with my wife it went so far that it became pneumonia (but not a heavy one)


Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?

The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.


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aeglos wrote:

on sick leave myself,

I have a coughthat will not go away, with my wife it went so far that it became pneumonia (but not a heavy one)

Please heal. I need you to visit NYC again so we can all chase the green fairy. Get the little dwarf in on it, he'll probably have peach fuzz by the next time you visit. It'll be fun!

Shadow Lodge

Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?

d20pfsrd has several NPCs pulled from some of the APs or just put together by the site's users. I don't think they have the full contents of the codexes, but they have a lot of things that are good in addition, like monsters with class levels should you need them.

Grand Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.

Like this?


Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.

I'm right there with you. I'd venture to say I'd buy an entire series of them, especially if they specialized each one to a class (or monster category)

Liberty's Edge Contributor

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.
I'm right there with you. I'd venture to say I'd buy an entire series of them, especially if they specialized each one to a class (or monster category)

3PPs often put out NPC books, too. For example, here's a Paizo store search for NPC books published by Legendary Games.


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.
Like this?

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How did I not know about this? spends money, makes out with toz, also buys pdf

Shadow Lodge

I am a student of the gninja.

Liberty's Edge Contributor

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Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.
Like this?

...

How did I not know about this? spends money, makes out with toz, also buys pdf

There's also THIS!

Fun fact. I wrote stuff for both of those. :)


Orthos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?
d20pfsrd has several NPCs pulled from some of the APs or just put together by the site's users. I don't think they have the full contents of the codexes, but they have a lot of things that are good in addition, like monsters with class levels should you need them.

that they don't have monster codex entries is a true loss. Maybe I should put them in?


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.
Like this?

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How did I not know about this? spends money, makes out with toz, also buys pdf

brings Paris into the gratitude gaming orgy

There's also THIS!

Fun fact. I wrote stuff for both of those. :)

Shadow Lodge

Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?
d20pfsrd has several NPCs pulled from some of the APs or just put together by the site's users. I don't think they have the full contents of the codexes, but they have a lot of things that are good in addition, like monsters with class levels should you need them.
that they don't have monster codex entries is a true loss. Maybe I should put them in?

They might just not have gotten around to adding them. If you were to volunteer to do so I would presume they'd be cool with it, provided there's no legal reasons they can't. I'm not up to date on what's open for them to use completely and what's more limited.


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
So, I'm trying to keep up with my commitments vis-a-vis my PbPs. I think one of my problems is starting up the NPCs for them to fight. I know Paizo has the NPC and Monster Codexes out. Are there any other resources one would recommend for plug-and-play antagonists?
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.
I'm right there with you. I'd venture to say I'd buy an entire series of them, especially if they specialized each one to a class (or monster category)
3PPs often put out NPC books, too. For example, here's a Paizo store search for NPC books published by Legendary Games.

Ooo some nice books out there. LG is doing quite a bit of quality work these days


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Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.
Like this?

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How did I not know about this? spends money, makes out with toz, also buys pdf

I too am excited by this news!

....

Not as excited as FHDM, but still....


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
The NPC and monster codexes are amazing. I can't describe how awesome they are. Every now and again Paizo puts out something that changes how I play my game, and those two books are my right and left hands when it comes to running a game when the PCs do something incredibly stupid/smart/unforeseen. I would go as far as to say I want to see sequels to those books, and anyone who knows me knows I NEVER want to see book sequels in tabletop gaming.
Like this?

...

How did I not know about this? spends money, makes out with toz, also buys pdf

There's also THIS!

Fun fact. I wrote stuff for both of those. :)

Also quite awesome! You see, this is why I need to get a better-paying job so I can reinstall my subscriptions. I miss so much good stuff


*yawn*

Today is the day for getting my games set. I am up early, I need to hit the gym early, torture myself on the elliptical machine, take my dogs for an extended ramble, ruff draft my complaint for Litigation class, meet a friend in Orleans for Chinese food and dandle my honorary niece on my knee...

Then sit down and adjutate a wereshark brawl, a bandit blitz, and goose my plane-hopping party along the storyline to their doom triumph!


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Patrick Curtin wrote:

*yawn*

Today is the day for getting my games set. I am up early, I need to hit the gym early, torture myself on the elliptical machine, take my dogs for an extended ramble, ruff draft my complaint for Litigation class, meet a friend in Orleans for Chinese food and dandle my honorary niece on my knee...

Then sit down and adjutate a wereshark brawl, a bandit blitz, and goose my plane-hopping party along the storyline to their doom triumph!

Old Wizard feels the sudden urge to warn his PbP compatriots of your (surely purely accidental) word choices,... <_<

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