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Please to be doing more. I have missed this by more than a day. Sigh. I hope I can make the next one...
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Thanks for the inspiration to start looking to get into a game again, after more than 15 years. I didn't fully realize how much I missed it, until we started playing.
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I can't wait for this book to come out. I have at least 2 people who need this for a gift. Maybe 3. And I live with one of 'em , so I'll get to read it, too!
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You're right, this one is awesome! http://www.asofterworld.com/index.php?id=432
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*Waves at Lexi Luthor* It was nice to meet you and stand in front of you in Wil's line at Emerald City Comic Con. (My Jenny was the one taking all the pics with you camera and my iPhone) I may need to try to get me and my girl out to a derby bout some time soon. When is your next bout?
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*Waves at Lexi Luthor* It was nice to meet you and stand in front of you in Wil's line at Emerald City Comic Con. I may need to try to get me and my girl out to a derby bout some time soon. When is your next bout?
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P.S. You were hawesome at ECC. You show how much you care about your fans, and you treat everybody the way you'd want to be treated as a fan. Hawesome.
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Dude, that is lame-o. Glad I already have mine, and thanks for signing it at Emerald City Comic-Con.
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Wow. So exciting and fun, just to read about. I can't wait until I get to play again, some day.
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Funny. I wondered if it might be American Eagles. I haven't been there in years. and thanks.
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I'm not Wil, but I live in Seattle, and would love to know where this place is...
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happy belated birthday, Andrew! Thanks for all the great help you have given to Wil. Everybody wins :)
Toggle Commented Dec 27, 2008 on Happy Birthday, @RedPenOfDoom! at WWdN: In Exile
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happy belated birthday, Andrew! Thanks for all the great help you have given to Wil. Everybody wins :)
Toggle Commented Dec 27, 2008 on Happy Birthday, @RedPenOfDoom! at WWdN: In Exile
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Great post, Wil :) If you are a King fan, you owe it to yourself to check out the author Joe Hill. Joe Hill has a collection of short stories, 20th Century Ghosts, that rival some of King's best work in the form. His first novel, Heart Shaped Box, is a helluva horror roller coaster ride. Joe Hill also just finished publishing a 6 issue comic mini-series, Locke & Key, that was gorgeous and lots of tense fun to read. Also, his full name is Joe Hill King, he just didn't want to get started in his writing career by skating on his dad's name. Seriously, you owe yourself.
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2008 on it helps you to imagine at WWdN: In Exile
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Great post, Wil :) If you are a King fan, you owe it to yourself to check out the author Joe Hill. Joe Hill has a collection of short stories, 20th Century Ghosts, that rival some of King's best work in the form. His first novel, Heart Shaped Box, is a helluva horror roller coaster ride. Joe Hill also just finished publishing a 6 issue comic mini-series, Locke & Key, that was gorgeous and lots of tense fun to read. Also, his full name is Joe Hill King, he just didn't want to get started in his writing career by skating on his dad's name. Seriously, you owe yourself.
Toggle Commented Sep 18, 2008 on it helps you to imagine at WWdN: In Exile
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D&D was my gateway drug, but my fondest memories of elegant, easy to understand rules that made the roleplaying flow were Call of Cthulhu (back when CoC characters had limited lifespans by definition of being CoC characters) & the Storyteller system from White Wolf that Vampire, Werewolf & the other WW games ran on. I couldn't stand the rule bound Rolemaster system. I'm just not enough of a rules lawyer for that.
Toggle Commented Sep 9, 2008 on Lizardmen live in the marshes at WWdN: In Exile
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D&D was my gateway drug, but my fondest memories of elegant, easy to understand rules that made the roleplaying flow were Call of Cthulhu (back when CoC characters had limited lifespans by definition of being CoC characters) & the Storyteller system from White Wolf that Vampire, Werewolf & the other WW games ran on. I couldn't stand the rule bound Rolemaster system. I'm just not enough of a rules lawyer for that.
Toggle Commented Sep 9, 2008 on Lizardmen live in the marshes at WWdN: In Exile
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I think we swamped them, I was able to eventually download the MP3.
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I think we swamped them, I was able to eventually download the MP3.
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MP3 link and link to site not working. Have we swamped their servers? Is it a WWDN Slashdot-like effect??
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MP3 link and link to site not working. Have we swamped their servers? Is it a WWDN Slashdot-like effect??
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Coraline is gloriously spooky, but sweet and short. Stross is awesome. Atrocity Archives has the tech from the 80's meets Lovecraft vibe, and Halting State is glorious 10-years-in-the-future, plausible-geek, gamer fun.
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Coraline is gloriously spooky, but sweet and short. Stross is awesome. Atrocity Archives has the tech from the 80's meets Lovecraft vibe, and Halting State is glorious 10-years-in-the-future, plausible-geek, gamer fun.
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