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I will be at GenCon, but running the D&D Championship for most slots. (Come see us in the Mariott this year, True Dungeon got our old spot in Sagamore)/ I hope you got tickets! Suggestions for TableTop: Lunch Money Any variety of Flux Three Dragon Ante Angry Birds (?) - the live action version BattleTech Screaming Eagles (Cheesy board game about F-14's fighting each other. I have a copy in storage here.) Pokemon?
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All that remains are the giant foam dice, a Portal gun rattle, and a Psyduck plushie.
Toggle Commented Mar 24, 2012 on The Force Will Be With Him... at WWdN: In Exile
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That is far too funny for words. Well, except those ones that I just used.... Stop looking at me like that!
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Yeah, and I wonder if she starred in a TMNT porno?
Toggle Commented Apr 15, 2011 on Your move, Fan Fiction Writers at WWdN: In Exile
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See, this is why I'm glad the State of Michigan now as an entire sub-division of the Department of Labor to deal with raptor incidents. We're at 11 days and keeping the fingers crossed for more. That poor trainee.....
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2011 on raptors at WWdN: In Exile
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You've gone this long without a copy of Lunch Money? You should have just asked me. I could have gotten you a copy pretty easily. So, now you have a gnome-sized Shatner? Or a Shatner-sized gnome?
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Hmmm. So, I can threaten people with punches in the dick to game? Interesting idea for a membership campaign. "Come game with our club, or we'll punch you in the dick."
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Poor Wil, you never had a chance. I never had a Swatch either, but they weren't in style her in Michigan in the '80s.
Toggle Commented Dec 18, 2010 on Check. And. Mate. at WWdN: In Exile
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What I like is that all the supplies are 4th Ed proper. I would have gone with classic 2nd or 3rd ed. But I suck at Photoshop.
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2010 on what is this i don't even at WWdN: In Exile
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So, what color DOES a Smurf turn if you strangle it? [Yeah, not that great, but the first thing that came in my head.]
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Great shirt. All you need are 3 more, switchblades, and some fingerless gloves, and you could be a bowling team. Or a street gang. I always get those two confused. Though, I prefer gladii or wakizashi to switchblades.
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Like this. But I have to say that when I saw the original page, and again this shirt, I thought of Appa from Avatar:The Last Airbender. Yes, I'm silly. And an adult. And I still would love to have a flying bison.
Toggle Commented Nov 27, 2010 on i got a new t-shirt today ... at WWdN: In Exile
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YES! Epic!
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That would be the Xorn. Those guys have gone through a few changes since the original FF.
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Is it wrong that I actually laughed loud enough to wake the dog at that one?
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Ah, science nerd humor. The best kind of humor.
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I remember hearing this at GenCon. It's a really cool and sweet story. I am okay at Scrabble, but consistently lose to my sister because, despite having a larger vocabulary (Science will do that.) she plays words that are just long enough to make me miss the bonus boxes. Worse, is this other version of Scrabble on Facebook, (WordScrambler) that has a changing board and up to 5 Word/Letter score zones. And it's also frustrating to have O, O, Z, Q, V, Y, X and not have a single E available on the board. Talk about vix-ing...
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Woot!
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Yours too? Neat! This was the first year GenCon actually fell on my birthday. Next year, it'll happen again. Oh, and where in Canada? You might be able to drive it. Toronto would only require about 11 hours. (It's 5 hours from T to me, and 5 hours from me to Indy.)
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First off, that was a great talk. Even with the threat of imminent coughing fit collapse (For which we were all to remain calm about, as it would pass) you gave us some good stuff. Wish I could have swung buying the chapbook, but until my great parking scam on Sunday (I'll have details in my blog before the end of the night, along with the rest of GenCon memories) I did not have the money, but having a signed copy of "Memories of the Future" will more than make up for it. Will probably ship the others to be signed in a SASB when they're out. And, I found the d6 that was missing from the set I gave you. It made it's Stealth check and hid behind my sunglasses. Instead of feeling bad I didn't give you a full set, I now have another cool reminder of a fun weekend of gaming and meeting cool people.
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I forgot to invite you to the D&D Open Championship when I stopped by. You could have fought Orcus! If you made it through to Sunday morning. You should try to get in next year. It'll be fun (and maybe I'll be your DM!)
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My mother has hummingbird feeders hanging off the overhang of the back screened porch. If you're just sitting out there, quiet like, they come zipping in, sounding like giant bees, and feed, then fly out. If the one female doesn't DIVEBOMB them for going near HER feeder...
Toggle Commented Jul 29, 2010 on singing fun fun fun at WWdN: In Exile
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Do you know what kind of paint it was? Next time (If there's another section of brickwork painted over) go hot Home Depot, Lowes, or your local paint store first. There are far less painful ways to remove the paint from brick that are both cheap and non-toxic. Unless you're looking at some of the thicker lead-based paints. But I'm not really an expert on this (Just a wad of experience helping fix up family member's houses) so that may have been your only choice.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2010 on nobody can see in our holler tree at WWdN: In Exile
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I STILL hand-draw maps. Not a big fan of the Dungeon Tiles (Though I do use them from time to time) and I have a nice battlemat and fast drawing skills from spending years as a draftsman. Now, if you run for Paizo, you can get the flip mats and the mini-map cards, and you'll be set for ~90% of the Pathfinder maps. And Staples draws 1" square graph pads for around $20, so you can draw maps to your heart's content.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2010 on never forget your roots at WWdN: In Exile
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I've been using both types. The "official" dice TSR sold had the numbers on the bottom (And even told you to read around the base for what you rolled) but Chessex printed them with the numbers on the points. So I guess it really doesn't matter.
Toggle Commented Jun 29, 2010 on never forget your roots at WWdN: In Exile
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