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Zack Keys
Otto, NC
Interests: Gaming (console, tabletop, PC... pretty much anything with wizards), Writing, Blacksmithing, Music, Kung Fu and way to many more to list.
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I certainly don't think there would be anything weird in you writing about Aeofel. He's your character and an exceptionally interesting one at that. Heck, I would love to hear more about Acquisitions Inc in general. Three sessions with them just isn't enough.
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Posted Nov 25, 2009 at Zack Keys's blog
Many happy returns mate.
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Aeofel will be sorely missed, I even raised a shot of tequila in his memory after the podcast ended (I promise to raise two or more shots in celebration if he manages to return in a Gandalfian manner). You mentioned that you had written extensively about his backstory and I can't help but think that would be an awesome read. Do you plan to release that to the public at any time? Please?
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-holds up bag of shiny gold rocks- I must have these. One problem however, I will not be attending PAX. Any thoughts on offering this as a nice little package online? Maybe? Please?
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I rewound it as well but it was because I had to confirm my initial "holy shit Wheaton is wearing a kilt!" reaction.
Toggle Commented Sep 1, 2009 on a happy accident at WWdN: In Exile
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My condolences mate.
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Those are awesome. I might just have to pick up a set now that my party is finally getting back together so they can die horribly in a sweet dungeon.
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That's awesome! Yet another reason to pick up the game. Could we get a hint as to what character you voice or will we just have to play and find out?
Toggle Commented Jul 15, 2009 on the clockwork century at WWdN: In Exile
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T'was a great read Wil. This is the kind of thing that makes me wish I could somehow get into acting. I've had the bug since I cracked Shakespeare at 13 but living in small town in NC (and not wanting to move to LA or somewhere of the like because I hate cities) kind of trumps my ambitions. But I digress -- thanks for giving us a glimpse into the life. Happy birthday Patrick, here's hoping for many, many happy returns.
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It's days like this I'm glad I subscribe. I might just run my party through this next, It has arrived at an exceptionally opportune time.
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-standing ovation- We must do it for the good of the world, they need this musical.
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Encounter at Farpoint the musical, a Wil Wheaton production. Now that, would be awesome.
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/slow dramatic applause
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I don't have a mockingbird, I have about five thousand frogs in a pond outside my window. They start "peeping" around six in the evening and continue their demonic symphony deep into the small hours. I routinely curse them to the deepest hell.
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I hadn't actually seen this shirt before but between its utter geek factor and the ticking clock I had to order it. Hopefully it'll arrive in time for my party's next session. Sorry to see that it's not going to be around for much longer.
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T'was great Wil. Love hearing you read your stuff aloud. Don't suppose you'll be making your way to the east coast anytime soon? Like say maybe... Dragon*con?
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Haha yeah same thing happened to me mate. Only difference is I now find myself DMing my first game ever (played or otherwise) this coming Wednesday.
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2009 on his. name. is. AEOFEL! at WWdN: In Exile
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-applauds- It was wonderful, Wil. Looks like the ending brought misty eyes all around. In a way I would love to see this as a series but it worked so well as an individual short, almost storybook in it composition, that I'm afraid it would only be gilding the proverbial lily.
Toggle Commented Apr 10, 2009 on kyle + rosemary is finally online at WWdN: In Exile
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I might just have to put my campaign on hold and run a party of Wichaloks through the Fool's Grove delve http://tinyurl.com/foolsgrove Just imagine the smackdown such a conglomeration of badassitude could dole out upon the unsuspecting population of Enveloper Snugglers and Carbuncle Fatalists. The podcast, as always, was awesome and left me perched on the edge of my chair, cursing at the screen when it cut off at a pivotal moment. I must know what happens!
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hmm... that's strange. This was supposed to be in reply to Cand1date's comment about the Adam West Interlude at the end. Damn you spotty Internet connection, DAMN YOU!
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I have no idea. I just watched it a second time and that part still left me saying "WTF Mate?". The last scene with the cast was great though. I need a highlight reel with just the Next generation cast scenes... To iMovie!
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Indeed. I was really hoping for more TNG scenes, it seemed like there was a lot of untapped potential for the characters. We can explore the meaning of religion later give us our Star Trek dammit!
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One of the best in the series so far. Though the ending had me shouting "Oh come on a cliffhanger? Really??" at my iPod. The moment where Binwin gets yanked in to the "jaws of nasty snatching" was priceless. I'm pretty sure Chris enjoyed pulling that stunt more than he let on. I can only wait in breathless anticipation for the finale.
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2009 on roll d20 and save versus retcon at WWdN: In Exile
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Wow i feel really young -- and not in a good sense. Being 19 sucks. I have no reference when people talk about things like Pink Floyd. I just nod, smile and quietly wiki the band.
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