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Saturday, 14th July, 2018


Friday, 3rd March, 2017

  • 07:24 PM - Blue mentioned Zaukrie in post What are you reading? [March 2017]
    Zaukrie, I found this chart to be useful for picking a reading order for Discworld. https://i.kinja-img.com/gawker-media/image/upload/s--4EmYfKiz--/d34yd011pr76kiehfi3m.jpg

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Tuesday, 5th December, 2017

  • 11:05 PM - Blue quoted Zaukrie in post What are you reading? All New / All Improved Dec 2017 Edition.
    I did enjoy the pleistocene cycle when it came out.... My absolute best find ever, and completely accidental. I live close enough to New York City to got here occasionally. I was there for work about 20 years ago, and while walking to their client's office I passed bya sidewalk bookseller who has lots of magazines - a five book hardcover of the Pleistocene Sage in a cardboard set holder. (Last book is a almanac/travel guide/technical appendix.) I ask how much, they say $10. I only had the first, a present from my girlfriend of the time. I fork it over and keep moving, I'm running late to the client. During lunch I finally got a chance to look at it, and while it was far from mint, it was a signed, limited edition (of 50?) edition. WOO!

Tuesday, 26th September, 2017

  • 12:51 AM - Ryujin quoted Zaukrie in post The Orville - Season 1
    Most stories are retelling of other stories at this point. That didn't bother me at all. And the casual way there are two men married, compared to what TNG showed.... Not sure I am allowed to comment on that here or not “There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope. We give them a turn and they make new and curious combinations. We keep on turning and making new combinations indefinitely; but they are the same old pieces of colored glass that have been in use through all the ages.” - Mark Twain It's all in the telling. This was a good story, with the edge softened by humour. Much better than the first two.

Monday, 25th September, 2017

  • 02:30 PM - Mustrum_Ridcully quoted Zaukrie in post The Orville - Season 1
    Really enjoyed that episode. Like great TNG. Loved the ending especially Not to be overly nitpicky and critical, but to be overly nitpicky and critical, the most similar TNG episode also had a similar ending. There was an episode where Riker fell in love with a researcher from a species that (supposedly) had no genders, but the researcher in question self-identified as female. The show ends with her getting the standard brainwash treatment to make her feel asexual again. (I'd almost argue that this is more horrifying then the idea of making a sex change on a newborn, as it's alterting an established person's sense of self against her will.) In both shows, it might be however that the person in question will still live a happy life afterwards. To me it feels a bit like a rehash of a 25 year old story, really. (But it has some advantages compared to then - they didn't dare to give the self-identified female an actual androgenous figure, for example, she was clearly a female actress, ...

Sunday, 24th September, 2017

  • 03:18 AM - Dannyalcatraz quoted Zaukrie in post The Orville - Season 1
    Really enjoyed that episode. Like great TNG. Loved the ending especially Definitely "realistic", as opposed to Hollywood-style wish fulfillment. Extremely gutsy AND well done for a new "comedic" series.

Thursday, 21st September, 2017

  • 09:37 PM - Satyrn quoted Zaukrie in post D&D Reader App Coming This Fall? [UPDATED]
    So, different than Beyond? I don't get that at all. I can't see buying both of those, especially if they keep improving Beyond. I doubt anyone's expecting anyone to buy both, just like I doubt anyone expects someone who's bought Roll20 stuff is going to buy the Fantasy Grounds stuff.
  • 12:55 AM - ddaley quoted Zaukrie in post Tomb of Annihilation Is Here - What Do You Think?
    I am interested... how would this work? Would healing spells magic do less healing? Would healing from magic "wear off?" You could change the curse to apply to all healing magic also. I've been considering that. A slower curse to those raised, but a clear curse to all healing magic.

Thursday, 17th August, 2017

  • 07:37 PM - Mallus quoted Zaukrie in post What are you reading? (August 2017)
    Just finished Preludes and Nocturnes. Darker than what I usually read, but I enjoyed it. Should I continue? The first Sandman collection? "The Dolls House" is next and it's some of the best work Gaiman's done. Prolly my favorite part of Sandman.

Saturday, 29th July, 2017

  • 03:50 AM - cmad1977 quoted Zaukrie in post Discovery Trailer
    I'm with morrus on this. Seems like some people are looking for things not to like, rather than just giving it a shot with an open mind. Like my friends who couldn't just enjoy the LotR movies because the plot wasn't identical. Tom Bombadil!! WHERE WAS TOM BOMBADIL??!? He's canon! CANON!! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

Tuesday, 25th July, 2017

  • 11:54 PM - Jester David quoted Zaukrie in post Discovery Trailer
    I hope for a way to see this. Not paying money for one show at that price. You can watch the earlier Trek shows at the same time. Marathon the best of TNG or Voyager. Or the '60s Mission Impossible or other classic CBS shows. Or wait until halfway through and binge over a single month. Or buy the inevitable disc (and pay 2x as much). But what do I know? I'm paying waaaay more right now for HBO to watch a single show.
  • 07:24 PM - Ryujin quoted Zaukrie in post Discovery Trailer
    I hope for a way to see this. Not paying money for one show at that price. Got any friends in Winnipeg who have cable TV? it'll be showing on the Canadian SF cable channel SPACE.

Friday, 21st July, 2017

  • 09:24 PM - lkj quoted Zaukrie in post D&D Beyond Launches on August 15th for $3-6/m
    One limitation of fantasy grounds is the lack of ability to use it on more than one monitor at a time. I assume this is more modern technology? At the moment, it's a web interface (mobile app is in development). So you can presumably open it on as many screens as you like. AD
  • 09:23 PM - Enevhar Aldarion quoted Zaukrie in post D&D Beyond Launches on August 15th for $3-6/m
    One limitation of fantasy grounds is the lack of ability to use it on more than one monitor at a time. I assume this is more modern technology? I am currently logged in the site on both my PC and my phone. that may not be what you mean, but you can have the same account open on multiple devices/PCs since it currently is all on their website. When the offline capability is added in the future, I am not sure how that will be impacted, if at all.
  • 05:04 PM - Satyrn quoted Zaukrie in post D&D Beyond Launches on August 15th for $3-6/m
    Interesting. If I own a rule book expansion, will those rules show up there and in character sections also? Or will I need to go back and forth, do people think? It shows up in all sections. That's rather the fundamental functionality.

Monday, 26th June, 2017


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Friday, 2nd June, 2017

  • 09:08 PM - Blue quoted Zaukrie in post What are you reading [Jun 2017]?
    Started the 13th Age rulebook. It appears to be there game I should be playing. I'm a really big fan of 13th Age, been running it since it came out. While Morrus was excellent in hosting the 13th Age SRD, the 13th Age discussion is fairly light here. G+ has a more active community if you want. https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/105266185948211782098
  • 08:45 PM - Zarithar quoted Zaukrie in post The New D&D Adventure Is - Tomb of Annihilation!
    Hopefully this doesn't turn into another ten pages, like all threads, about how FR is the worst. We've read it already. I really hope we get to talk about this product.... Agreed. It gets so tiresome. We get it... let it go! I really hope there is some sort of nod to Dwellers of the Forbidden City (the first published module I ever purchased). Judging by the exposure that the Yuan Ti got in Volo's Guide, I wouldn't discount the possibility!
  • 08:39 PM - Mercule quoted Zaukrie in post The New D&D Adventure Is - Tomb of Annihilation!
    Off topic, but isn't three months too long between hype and release? I don't know. How long was "DnD Next" a thing? It doesn't seem too long, assuming the hype is done well. If it's not a product folks are actually excited about, then that's a long time to not care. I'm actually more befuddled that they're doing a multi-day event to release an adventure. I assume AL is doing very well for them. Either that, or there is something I really don't understand about marketing.


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