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 on: Today at 01:11:45 AM 
Started by Herowannabe - Last post by Herowannabe
So, Gencon has been going on for a couple days now, does anybody have any info on the game yet? I've been dying to find something- anything- out about it. Grin

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 on: August 01, 2015, 10:23:51 PM 
Started by Krensky - Last post by Krensky
Ok, since I can't seem to keep a play by post game going, is there any interest in game via Roll20?

I'm on the East coast of the US (-5 GMT), so games would be in the evenings my time, for a few hours. My initial thought is Wednesdays or Thursdays around 2000 (8 PM), but I can be flexible other than Tuesdays and a few hours each way for start time.

Either Golarion (likely an AP, but I can be flexible) or my homebrew which sort of a steampunk/dieselpunk airship thing with a good bit of Victorian  and Napoleonic flavor, but it's no where near as well developed as a published setting, obviously.

I figure three or four players minimum, and fair warning, this would be my first Roll20 game so it might be a little rough getting setup.

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 on: August 01, 2015, 06:06:13 PM 
Started by jameswllorimer - Last post by Kadrok
Soooo...

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 on: August 01, 2015, 02:52:45 PM 
Started by spinningdice - Last post by Ares
The touch of the blood on his skin felt like liquid fire - it burned but it didn't hurt. Curiously, Creamor looked at his scales. Slowly they began to turn from blue-black to a dark green. He smiled. Power flowed through his veins and he could almost taste his new aura. He was an outsider - but an ousider with a cause and a mighty patron. The hard bone spurs gleemed for a moment with their Lord's power, ready to strike gruesome wounds on anyone opposing the glory of Asmodeus.

The moment passed and Creamor remembered, that Janus had spoken. He cleared his throat and answered: "Sure Milady, I'll gladly assist you."

With a gesture and a word he conjured water to wash enough blood away, so the fabric of the robe can be pulled from the lifeless body without soiling it further.

"Now that you take the priests place you could set up some "healing incense" in the sick soldiers barracks to help them find some sleep..."

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 on: August 01, 2015, 12:26:24 AM 
Started by RusVal - Last post by foproy
Rip hotrod

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 on: July 31, 2015, 11:54:53 PM 
Started by MilitiaJim - Last post by Desertpuma
I think Connery has acted quite a bit actually.

The thing is most of Connery's natural traits like his gait, mannerisms, gestures, etc is what created the initial and most enduring version of Bond. He defined him visually. The way he portrayed him was realistic for what an intelligent spy would do given the circumstances with the gadgets being of opportunistic use most of the time.

I think Lazenby and Brosnan were a good portrayals of Bond. Lazenby accidentally thumbed his nose at the role afterwards and was cut out of the franchise while Brosnan was hampered by some scripts and directors bordering on the cartoonishness of Moore's run as Bond. Craig has done a great job of bringing it back to the source material in his performance. The ultimate version of Bond in my humble opinion is actually a blend of Connery and Craig.

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 on: July 31, 2015, 11:36:11 PM 
Started by RusVal - Last post by Desertpuma
Rowdy Roddy Piper has passed of a heart attack

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 on: July 31, 2015, 10:34:53 PM 
Started by ephealy - Last post by ephealy
If you already have most of what you want from the Crafty catalog, worry not. There will be other opportunities soon to secure your own Alumunim dice.

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 on: July 31, 2015, 07:26:47 PM 
Started by Valentina - Last post by Krensky
So, I walk into a Caribbean themed seafood restaurant and sit at the bar.

I order a daiquiri.

The young bartender asks what flavor.

I say "Just a daiquiri, not a booze slushy."

She looks at me like I'm insane, which may well be the case, but should not occur when ordering a basic cocktail.

So after ten minutes of explaining how to make one of the simplest cocktails in the world I have lost some more of the little faith I have left in humanity.

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 on: July 31, 2015, 01:34:28 PM 
Started by MilitiaJim - Last post by Jackal_mkII
I couldn't stand Brosnan's take on the character; give me Dalton over him any day. Craig however has become my definitive version over Connery -- Connery simply played himself which was good enough until Craig came along and like Dalton actually acted.

I blame the writers more than Brosnan for that. Doesn't matter what caliber of actor you have if the script is flawed and the Director gives bad direction.

And don't get me wrong, Connery has never actually acted a day in  his life, but that doesn't make his performances un-enjoyable.

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