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 on: May 25, 2015, 12:26:57 PM 
Started by Crafty_Pat - Last post by Mister Andersen
ERBoH returns with Clark & Lewis vs. Bill & Ted

 on: May 25, 2015, 03:25:01 AM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Ares
I'd hate to get up at 0200h.

Still, unless Barholt goes to bed at 1000h, we might have a chance to kill him in his sleep or at least alone in his room.

 on: May 25, 2015, 03:03:24 AM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Mister Andersen
The stew is served at change over at 1800, so you're 4 hrs out

 on: May 25, 2015, 02:29:56 AM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Ares
That depends when the guard shift change is and if Barhold likes to sleep before or after his (double)shift. In that case there might still be a chance to kill him beforehand.

Which incidentally would be my next question:
Could you explain the typical rhythm of a watch soldier including a timetable?

At the moment I imagine something like:
First watch: 0600h - 1400h
Second watch: 1400h - 2200h
Third watch: 2200h - 0600h

Or do they have 6 hour shifts starting at midnight

 on: May 25, 2015, 02:12:52 AM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Antilles
Wouldn't the additional scryings be a bit of a waste, though? Since we're using the stew as the initiator of the attack, we can't really adjust to when the captain'll be asleep. Either he'll be there or he won't, and we'll just have to adjust.

 on: May 24, 2015, 09:50:42 AM 
Started by Korik1 - Last post by Korik1
Hello and welcome back to You Don't Meet In An Inn!

Today we have the fifth episode of All Flesh Must Be Eaten. All Flesh Must Be Eaten is by George Vasilakos.

In this episode the party concocts a plan to flush their building of the orange mist. Let's see if it works...

You can find the podcast on itunes here, on not-itunes here, and our RSS.

You can follow us on twitter at Notaninn or email us at

We hope you enjoy listening!

 on: May 24, 2015, 08:21:07 AM 
Started by Mister Andersen - Last post by Mister Andersen
The right country won Eurovision, but Australia stole 5th place from Latvia and I can't believe Germany got nothing.

 on: May 24, 2015, 03:19:11 AM 
Started by Mutt - Last post by Mutt
I've added an additional feat to the first post, to better help show the theme of the class as well as hopefully spark discussion about its use. Any additional feedback is greatly appreciated!

 on: May 24, 2015, 03:04:05 AM 
Started by Krensky - Last post by Morgenstern
Just got back from Tommorowland.

Ug. I'm going to buy it because I want to walk frame-by-frame through the scenery/cityscapes, but I'm perfectly ok with never hearing that dialogue ever again.

Its just DULL. Its about the most soulless 'message of hope' I've ever seen. Certainly not the first time a villain monologues and I am right there with them nodding my head - fury at a planet of idiots I get.

(click to show/hide)

Mad Max was amazing. Epic. It's Battle Opera that is unashamed of being REALLY LOUD. I absolutely recommend seeing it in the theater because the home experience will not be the same.

Tommorowland will shrink down to the small screen and you won't even blink.

 on: May 24, 2015, 02:46:36 AM 
Started by spinningdice - Last post by Ares
Creamor was pretty exhausted after returning to the secret passage. Yet he found enough energy to summon again the little devil, that previously had administered medical care. While the devil was changing the bandages, he remembered his resolve to find out more about the workings of the circlet:
"Say, your kind is quite adapt at untangling magic workings, aren't you?"
"Yes, if it pleases the master..."
Creamor ignored the groveling and continued:
"This circlet here seems to be more complex than a mere spell matrix container. I want you to analyse it and tell me everything you can once you are finished."
"If it pleases the master, but my time on this mortal plane is short and I won't be able to finish this task to masters satisfaction."
"Take it with you. I'll re-summon you tomorrow. Don't lose it.
By the way, you did excellent work on my wound. Seems like I won't be an invalid once our attack begins."

With a side glance at the sleeping form of Grumblejack, Creamor added: "Now begone and do as I tasked you."

Once the devil was gone, Creamor updated his map with all the things he had seen on his nightly reconnaissance flight.

Once that was done, he concentrated and opened a tiny connection through time and space to Captain Barholds room. Dismayed he realized, that the man's bed was made and he was no-where in sight. It seemed as if the captain now did have to take the night shift.
Creamor felt how exhausted he was. His remaining energies would barely allow him to get his circlet back.
Of course there was this one option... He had never used it before, but it was probably better to test it now than in battle.
He concentrated for a moment and opened a carefully guarded part of his mind to the infernal energies raging within him. The moment he felt close to be overwhelmed he fearfully closed it again. It had brought him just a hint of power, but now he felt even more drained.

Still, it was enough to scry two more times so he would know exactly when the captain was to be found in bed.

When he was confident, that Aiden would be awake again, he relayed to him all he had found out through the whisper invocation.

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