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Out of the night, when the full moon is briyiyight,
Rides the Kobold known as Cleaver.
This bold renegade
Signs a 'C' with their blade,
A 'C' that stands for 'Cleaver'
Cleaver, the Kob' so cunning and freeheehee,
Cleaver, who makes the sign of the C-hee-hee.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I think society has been too liberal and injudicious with the use of awkwards. They're too effective. I look around and try to remember the last time I'd ever seen a wild awk, and I can't recall it it. Our imaginary children will never know the joy and slight unease about being surrounded by a small semi-moist flock of waddling awks, because we've warded them all out.
In this part of the world, the Awkward is an honoured member of the community, shepherding the gentle Awks as they wander to and from their nibbling grounds, guarding them from ravening Fors, soothing their fears, and healing minor ailments with a mixture of bucket pudding, tiger balm and Sanatogen Tonic Wine.

Ugh. Agreed with Ambrosia, with a slight modification. Here, I think the wards are made of awks conjured out of magical force. But yes, they’re all over the place – wards and/or arcane awks – and as a not-an-animal-person, I am not here for this. :)

Is definitely not posting from within a magical circle, or other form of planar binding. Why do you ask?

More to the purpose, what I meant to say was, congratulations, Kobold Cleaver!

And thanks for this bit:

Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Alright, how did you come to the realization?

No I don't question your gender identity, but as you said, there was some resistance to this truth.

The realization was delayed by a rare hormonal disorder called "gender assigned at birth", which tends to create a lot of confusion for some people. In my case, as I think is the case for many, my growing up was defined by a gradual understanding that we are more comfortable being ourselves than we are attempting to be other people. Once I'd learned that lesson, it was pretty easy to just identify the various ways I was more comfortable and connect the dots.

I was as surprised as anyone else to learn that a lot of people never quite made it past "you can tell Minnie is the girl mouse because she was genetically born with eyelashes and a pink hairbow" in their biology textbooks.

It really brightened my morning. :)


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Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Congrats!

...Wait, I'm older than you?!

Paizo Employee Managing Developer

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I just saw this thread!

Rock on, Kobold Cleaver!

Sure, you were a bit of a pain in the ass when you first joined this community(for those not aware, I was a forum fanatic for years before I started freelancing, not to mention before I joined the crew here), but I've loved having you been a part of it. I used to joke that you grew up with us, but I didn't realize that, first, you were as young as you are, and second, that you really did grow up with us in a way.

Congrats on your discovery and bravery and we're glad you're still around!

Smurf!


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Aw, thanks, you crazy Mantis Flumph! I actually literally tell people, "I pretty much grew up in that community," for better or worse. Usually for better—as terrible as forums can be, I think they're a lot better than social media for a young kobold's developing mind. More curated, more community, which is pretty good when you live in 2000s America and thus have no real access to community in realspace. :P

And yes, Lunias, I'm turning 25 this December! I've been on these forums more than half my life. I still live in fear that one day Teter will do the math, realize I joined under the age of 13, and finally get around to banning my butt. It's a good thing Postmonsters get so tripped up by the Y2K stuff.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:

Aw, thanks, you crazy Mantis Flumph! I actually literally tell people, "I pretty much grew up in that community," for better or worse. Usually for better—as terrible as forums can be, I think they're a lot better than social media for a young kobold's developing mind. More curated, more community, which is pretty good when you live in 2000s America and thus have no real access to community in realspace. :P

And yes, Lunias, I'm turning 25 this December! I've been on these forums more than half my life. I still live in fear that one day Teter will do the math, realize I joined under the age of 13, and finally get around to banning my butt. It's a good thing Postmonsters get so tripped up by the Y2K stuff.

I think that by now it might fall under the statute of limitations...


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Drejk wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:

Aw, thanks, you crazy Mantis Flumph! I actually literally tell people, "I pretty much grew up in that community," for better or worse. Usually for better—as terrible as forums can be, I think they're a lot better than social media for a young kobold's developing mind. More curated, more community, which is pretty good when you live in 2000s America and thus have no real access to community in realspace. :P

And yes, Lunias, I'm turning 25 this December! I've been on these forums more than half my life. I still live in fear that one day Teter will do the math, realize I joined under the age of 13, and finally get around to banning my butt. It's a good thing Postmonsters get so tripped up by the Y2K stuff.

I think that by now it might fall under the statute of limitations...

It's very hard to break out of the societal stigma once you start in the underage forum posting industry.


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I'm actually 15.

RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

captain yesterday wrote:
I'm actually 15.

It shows. :p


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I've met him. He's lying. He's actually 10.


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There's a party over in this thread that you're welcome to join

Celebrations And Sob Stories


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Thank you, KC. Thank you for the humor, the rants, your cleverness and your candor. You are an incredibly brave individual, and coming from such a historically clannish species you are made all the more remarkable for it.

It's an honor to post beside you.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
And yes, Lunias, I'm turning 25 this December!

December babies unite!

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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I may be a bit late to this thread, but hopefully not to late to join in with the congratulations and thank you and to be in awe of your bravery! DINOSAUR CHEERS!


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Which are easier to come by then Dinosaur chairs mind you.


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And dinosaur forts...


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I hunger.


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LuniasM wrote:
And dinosaur forts...

H'mm, a fort built on top of a brontosaurus, kind of like a reinforced howdah... I like your thinking!

Liberty's Edge

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It still only counts as one!


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And my Clackers! (wait is this the wrong scene?)


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Glad you found a way to be happy with your skin KC.


Freehold DM wrote:
I just thought you were a kobold.

Kobold girl?


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Ensign 5th Account wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I just thought you were a kobold.
Kobold girl?

No, not the super hero, just a regular kobold.


Do we need to have The Talk again Kobold Cleaver?

"... and they're not 'girls'. They're women."


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Fergie wrote:

Do we need to have The Talk again Kobold Cleaver?

"... and they're not 'girls'. They're women."

I'm a girl and a woman, and also apparently being sold a Mexican blanket.

Shadow Lodge

I mean, it is a pretty snazzy blanket.


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It would really pull the room together.


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Kobold, I think I speak for both Ward and myself when I say that our love for you hasn’t changed.

And by love, I mean lack of it.

Don’t forget to clean your cage.

Silver Crusade

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Sorry I missed this thread until now (but saw your post on the LGBT community thread). Congrats!

Silver Crusade

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
It would really pull the room together.

It would be a shame if something happened to it...

Dark Archive

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
It would really pull the room together.

So would a black hole, and at half the cost.


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June Cleaver wrote:

Kobold, I think I speak for both Ward and myself when I say that our love for you hasn’t changed.

And by love, I mean lack of it.

Don’t forget to clean your cage.

Oh, that reminds me, I was reading through the Carceri Gazette's For Rent section (some great locations, by the way, I know you've been looking for a change of scenery lately), and I happened to notice that Ward was mentioned in the obituaries. Don't worry, he's in solitary now. They don't know where he keeps getting ahold of the handsaws.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
June Cleaver wrote:

Kobold, I think I speak for both Ward and myself when I say that our love for you hasn’t changed.

And by love, I mean lack of it.

Don’t forget to clean your cage.

Oh, that reminds me, I was reading through the Carceri Gazette's For Rent section (some great locations, by the way, I know you've been looking for a change of scenery lately), and I happened to notice that Ward was mentioned in the obituaries. Don't worry, he's in solitary now. They don't know where he keeps getting ahold of the handsaws.

That louse deserves whatever he gets. And I have some ideas on what he can do with that handsaw.


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Set wrote:
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
It would really pull the room together.

So would a black hole, and at half the cost.

Hey! Stop spilling my trade secrets for my brand new Stanley Steamer Sphere of Annihilation rental business!

> >

< <

Uh oh, it's wandered off again.


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FINE, I ADMIT IT! I’m the one who peed on the rug!

It had nothing to do with Kobold coming out, or Ward’s completely justified incarceration, or the Dude’s mistaken identity, or Mrs. White’s husband’s work on the top secret fusion bomb. It had everything to do with the bottle of gin I chugged this morning.


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Crud, I guess I should let Kobie out of the cellar.

Shadow Lodge

Dude.... Dude.


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Sweet kobold cleaves! I was just recalling how much I appreciated and respected your insightful and well-stated posts on the topic of fantasy racism in a thread back during the PF2 playtest and looked up your name.

What can I say except congratulations on being your authentic self and all that jazz? I suppose it's only natural that all kobolds at one time were eggs, so happy hatching! I hope that your community at home is as wonderful and supportive as this community you have online!


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Hallucinogenic Fever Dream wrote:
Dude.... Dude.

To be clear, The Dude prefers The/The prefixes.


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Sibelius Eos Owm wrote:

Sweet kobold cleaves! I was just recalling how much I appreciated and respected your insightful and well-stated posts on the topic of fantasy racism in a thread back during the PF2 playtest and looked up your name.

What can I say except congratulations on being your authentic self and all that jazz? I suppose it's only natural that all kobolds at one time were eggs, so happy hatching! I hope that your community at home is as wonderful and supportive as this community you have online!

Haha, those posts are my legacy, I guess. Forever down in history as the woman who didn't understand Elder Scrolls orc lore.

<3

Shadow Lodge

Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Hallucinogenic Fever Dream wrote:
Dude.... Dude.
To be clear, The Dude prefers The/The prefixes.

Oh s#*$, sorry The Dude. I had waaaaaaay too many weeds.


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I'm sure he'll abide.

Sovereign Court

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Lovely to hear from you, Kobold Cleaver.

It's nice to know that you've reached the point in your life where you are/can be comfortable in your own skin, as it can take people many years (including myself, as I haven't quite got there - for my own reasons - and I'm turning 30 next year).

Also, whenever I read your posts (prior to the creation of this thread), I always got the impression that you were a girl.


I just thought she was a Kobold... In my head I imagined the posts being typed out by a kobold on a step stool.

Shadow Lodge

Aye, and to you as well.


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I deleted the posts because I realized it was, uh, probably not a good idea to get my coming-out thread locked, even if it is kobold tradition. That said, have an excellent night, TOZ!


Did you at least steal all the silver and candles?


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Well, let me see where I spent my time on the last heist...

Food 45 minutes
Gold 30 minutes
Silver 1 hour
Candles 8 hours
Gemstones 30 minutes

someone who is good at heists please help me budget this. my treasure hoard is dying.

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