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    Tuesday, 11th December, 2018, 08:36 PM
    Deliberately skirted, probably. Too violent and they would lose their family-friendly Sunday 8 pm time slot.
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    Tuesday, 11th December, 2018, 06:27 PM
    The Thieves' World boxed set from Chaosium, was one of the better fleshed out cities, I loved that.
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    Tuesday, 11th December, 2018, 05:01 PM
    2020? That is ugh. I bet it is a Dalek as well, and there has been speculation in the news that is what it is. I like Capaldi, I would watch his last seasons, though every time I see a marathon with them, it's like Dr Who saves Christmas, which I know is sort of traditional at this point, but it bores me. It's a new tradition. I think I still need to see the season 10 finale again, and...
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    Tuesday, 11th December, 2018, 04:57 AM
    Just watched the last one, overall, I think it's good, Whitaker and crew make for a fine Doctor Who and companions. It is holding my attention better than the last few seasons. Granted I don't watch a lot of television in general, right now Dr Who and Nightflyers are the only non-news or PBS I watch. I have watched Dr Who since Pertwee, and my favorite is still Baker, I don't really compare the...
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    Monday, 10th December, 2018, 10:29 AM
    Are you saying you are one of those types?
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    Monday, 10th December, 2018, 03:27 AM
    Fleet of Worlds (2007) by Larry Niven, it's ok, light reading.
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    Monday, 10th December, 2018, 03:15 AM

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    Monday, 10th December, 2018, 01:52 AM
    I'm continuing with what was already there: Kylo Ren: Rey... I want you to join me. We can rule together ... A natural end result, and in line with other themes like: Rose Tico: We're going to win this war not by fighting what we hate, but saving what we love! Rey does have feelings for Kylo. Heartbreak and desire have a certain gravitas that override cliche, not that Star Wars...
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    Sunday, 9th December, 2018, 11:20 PM
    Maybe. /shrug This has relevance to me, while I don't know much about the EU, I remain peripheral to the fandom at large, I did buy a Star Wars t-shirt at Macy's the other day, except that is probably just nostalgia. I don't really think there is a problem with the Disney Star Wars, it's me, not them. I have simply outgrown the franchise. I will still go see the movies, knowing they won't...
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    Sunday, 9th December, 2018, 08:26 PM
    I found TLJ's plot predictable, such as once in the cave, there would be another way out, or when brought before Snoke, Snoke was going to die. He sort of died too easily, imo, and I wondered why the guards fought instead of running away? Generally, the script felt flat; the actors did fine, and the special effects were good.
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    Sunday, 9th December, 2018, 08:17 PM
    Do you believe that a woman, as a sexual creature, it demeans them? That is what I mean, it is immaturity, mommy issues. I figure the whole pure violence maiden, like Brunhilda - that's the libertarian ubermensch; it doesn't mean much to me as I'm more eastern, not german.
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    Sunday, 9th December, 2018, 08:04 PM
    Kylo's arc eclipses Rey's, huh. I find it interesting that people think she should stay a virginal murder-machine, that is better, more pure? Also, does a woman lose her agency in a romantic relationship? Very strange. I think some of it is immaturity, which Star Wars has plenty of; even though Rogue One, shows there is a market for a more mature audience.
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    Sunday, 9th December, 2018, 07:46 PM
    So you liked the slaughter of the room full of people together angle? People are always defined by their interactions with each other. I suppose if you believe in some sort of libertarian ubermensch, she would make sense to you? It's foreign to me.
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    Sunday, 9th December, 2018, 07:27 PM
    See, it works, you are already adding verve to the idea. To paraphrase Tolstoy's “All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.” It's the fact that it would probably play out like an unhappy romance is key, tragedy is more gripping story-wise. Rey as the Red Queen? Pregnant mother fleeing to the wilderness to protect her unborn child? There are a huge amounts of...
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    Saturday, 8th December, 2018, 12:49 AM
    Kylo and Rey as lovers would add more verve to the storyline than killing a roomful people, yet one is family friendly (killing) and romance is not? Meh
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    Friday, 7th December, 2018, 11:19 PM
    I would rate them 1. Empire Strikes Back, a great ethereal quality which speaks "Space Opera" to me. 2. Rogue One, A motley crew, great cast of characters, that plucked at the heart strings in the end. 3. A New Hope, and odd bird of a movie, cutting it's own style (and creating it's own tropes). The rest are ok, I don't hate them, I just don't think they rise above or to the level of the top 3.
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    Friday, 7th December, 2018, 11:09 PM
    I've liked Star Wars since I was a kid, seeing the first one in the theater way back when, though I have to say the oeuvre is done, it's not anyone's fault. Maybe other one's can be done, I thought Rogue One was great as a standalone film. Nevertheless, sci-fi has moved on since the original production, as well as nothing will get back to the feeling of the original, the writing is going to be...
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    Monday, 3rd December, 2018, 03:37 PM
    Classic "Starter Traveller" is currently free at DriveThruRPG. This is an introductory version of the original "die in chargen" Traveller. Tech is as noted "1970's" style -- creator Marc Miller mentioned in conversation that imagining future technology was one of the harder things to do. Traveller is fairly gritty sci-fi like from the movies Alien or Outland. This product becomes free...
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    Monday, 3rd December, 2018, 12:20 PM
    Classic "Starter Traveller" is currently free at DriveThruRPG. This is an introductory version of the original "die in chargen" Traveller. Tech is as noted "1970's" style -- creator Marc Miller mentioned in conversation that imagining future technology was one of the harder things to do. Traveller is fairly gritty sci-fi like from the movies Alien or Outland. This product becomes free...
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    Sunday, 2nd December, 2018, 06:26 PM
    Classic "Starter Traveller" is currently free at DriveThruRPG. This is an introductory version of the original "die in chargen" Traveller. Tech is as noted "1970's" style -- creator Marc Miller mentioned in conversation that imagining future technology was one of the harder things to do. Traveller is fairly gritty sci-fi like from the movies Alien or Outland. This product becomes free...
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    Saturday, 1st December, 2018, 04:30 PM
    Thanks, I also like the ecological impact of MarkB it could be something like a fusion rocket.
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    Thursday, 29th November, 2018, 06:57 PM
    I'd run with the Traveller RPG's use of streamlined/unstreamlined spacecraft, I have done it this way and it works well. Another way is that the bigger craft could take minor damage in landing, just enough to be a nuisance so that the players use the shuttle.
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    Wednesday, 28th November, 2018, 06:58 PM
    Avoiding the toxic personalities for the most part, I think a lot of random additions to the table can be these types. They get angry and threaten to leave the game, and it's like no, I won't have the game held hostage to threats, and if you are getting angry, what fun is it for me? Nor having to mediate conflicts within the group. Work within the group and don't try to cut the other players out...
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Wednesday, 12th December, 2018

  • 06:20 AM - Maxperson mentioned dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    ...lease. Have you not ever heard of "colloquial use" before? Everyone who studies enough science gets that point drilled in there - that what we know is the best we know at the time, and that science is always learning new things, and that we must be prepared to accept new information when it comes. It gets tiresome when you have to say, "....the best we know at the moment, which may not be the Eternal Truth" over and over. Every. Gorram. Other. Sentence. So, we tend to shorten it. He had the opportunity when I challenged him on that to say something along the lines of, "I'm shortening it, because I repeat it a lot." or "You're right, it is only the best based on or limited knowledge." Instead, he doubled down on it being the absolute best possible solution, eliminating "colloquial use" as an option for him. Interesting - more hubris allegations. Is that a common approach for you, in general? Mostly when people insist that what we "know" is absolutely correct, like dragoner with the dark matter theory, and the guy that insisted that there was absolutely no possibility of aliens existing.

Friday, 27th July, 2018

  • 04:43 AM - pemerton mentioned dragoner in post The Sandbox and the Railroad
    Dungeon World is a well known RPG that, if played in accordance with the rules, is neither railroad nor sandbox. I was obliquely asking for more examples of how Dungeon World was "both railroad and sandbox." That sounded interesting. Though he said: "...neither railroad nor sandbox"; except that I am interested in how that works also.Like dragoner said, neither railroad nor sandbox. Not both railroad and sandbox. Here's a rough account of what a railroad is: Railroad: The main events of the shared fiction are determined by the GM, either in advance, or perhaps by improvisation in the course of play. By determining and event I mean deciding what fictional elements it will include (or at least the main ones) and deciding how it starts and what important consequences flow from it. (Speaking loosely, this is "the story".) The function of player contributions to the fiction is largely to add colour (often by way of characterisation) and perhaps to determine some minor details of events, some matters of sequencing, and perhaps some minor events. Examples of minor details: How exactly do the heroes beat the bandits? (The player often get to decide this, if even only through their choices about their PCs' capabilities.) Do the heroes get the clue by interrogating a bandit, or by having a friendly townsperson give it to them...

Tuesday, 12th June, 2018

  • 05:17 PM - Gradine mentioned dragoner in post Why Did "Solo" and "Rogue One" Feel Like RPG Sessions?
    people might catch on that we're binning people into groups to dehumanize them so they can be dealt with appropriately. I know the thread moved on from this, but there were a couple of important points that didn't really get addressed: 1) "Incel" is not a label people created for a group of people they don't like just because they hate specific Star Wars or Marvel movies or what have you. It's a distinct community that chose the label for themselves and that has an ideology that is explicitly misogynistic, to the extent that they idolize a mass shooter who specifically targeted women. This is not a group that anybody needs to champion, not even for S&G "devil's advocate" play. 2) The only group of people I see dragoner as having specifically referred to as "incels" were the folks who bullied and harassed Kelly Marie Tran off of Instagram. Given that the Incel community took credit for and congratulated themselves for this feat (having already chased Daisy Ridley off of social media earlier), I don't really think that it was any sort of out-of-left-field reference. I feel like it more reflects a need to partially balance the new cast against the old one - make the young heroes feel more like the "newbies" by contrasting them with the older leaders. But you could have a point - there's a lot of YA-type fiction guiding movies lately, and therefore more conflict of Hero vs. Authority. Idea worth exploring, I'd say. I think you're definitely right about the YA-fiction tropes; as someone who's read a few YA fantasy books (and whose partner devours them constantly) there's a ton of those tropes at play in the new trilogy (especially all the Rey/Rylo stuff in TLJ). Then again, as someone else pointe...

Monday, 21st May, 2018

  • 03:06 AM - Sadras mentioned dragoner in post Harassment Policies: New Allegations Show More Work To Be Done
    If the behaviour is severe enough or repeated enough, sure. Revisiting your initial post to me I feel then I have answered your query between my posts to you and to @dragoner. Specifically (1) dealing with what is considered extreme can be murky and (2) that whose outrage is more important, those that want him/x or those that don't. And yes it is easier to just uninvite him/x. It is not necessarily the correct choice. Stop trying to warp the conversation by forcing the issue to be about this one guy. I'm frelling sick of it. The difference between your example about the kids and this Larry/x - is that they (the kids) had nothing to gain but being clowns, while this guy/x is at a Gaming Con presumably to sell/promote his products. There ended. I'm about two more "What about Laaaarrrryyy!????"s from putting you on my ignore list for it. I know how these games work. I ain't playing. Good grief. Where am I?

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Thursday, 13th December, 2018

  • 04:19 AM - Maxperson quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    Because you are wrong? You have been terrible with logic here. What you said = the simplest answer is always correct. It's not logic at all, it's just the English language. You said English wasn't your main language, so I'll chalk it up to that. However, that also means that you likely don't fully understand what I'm trying to say, so I'm going to bow out of the discussion with you.

Wednesday, 12th December, 2018

  • 07:50 AM - Maxperson quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    Good, because I never said such. This is you saying "Always correct.": "The most simple solution being true (sometimes called Occam's Razor..." Me correcting you by saying "Correct most of the time.": "That's not Occam's Razor. Occam's Razor says that the simplest solution is usually correct." You calling it semantics: "Semantics, not surprised it has devolved to this" And the quote above is you denying what you said. :confused:
  • 06:23 AM - Maxperson quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    Semantics, not surprised it has devolved to this; however, being born in the Soviet Union, English is not my first language. /shrug Er, it's not semantics to say that "always correct" is different from "Correct most of the time." The difference between the two is rather profound.
  • 04:13 AM - Maxperson quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    It's not hubris at all, as a matter of fact, the negative mass paper from Oxford is a perfect example of other ideas being entertained. Best solution is best solution, it's the piece of the puzzle with the least gaps. Not entertaining, or giving equal weight to crank theories, is not hubris, nor is disregarding people who do not know what they are talking about. You don't have to give equal weight to other theories. Here's a fact for you. The one and only way you can know that it's the best solution is if you are God. You literally have to know everything so that you can be sure this one is the best. Otherwise, it's just the best of what we know, which may or may not be the best. The hubris is in acting as you are omniscient and making the absolute claim that this is THE BEST. The most simple solution being true (sometimes called Occam's Razor, or Scientific Parsimony); gravitational lensing by mass is the safest bet, rather than an "unknown property" of mass we can see. Because, th...

Tuesday, 11th December, 2018

  • 08:04 AM - Maxperson quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    The equations are much more complex, as is the observable data. So the theory does represent the best solution; and general parsimony says the most direct solution is likely to be true. I think it's hubris to assume that it's the best solution. There could literally be millions of better solutions that we haven't thought up yet. Just because it might be the best solution that we've thought up so far, doesn't meant that it is the best solution, or that it's even in the running for the best 100 solutions. It's not "taking it on faith", for example, you know baby pigeons exist because you see adult pigeons, so the knowledge that the baby pigeons exist even if you don't see them is informed by seeing the adult. Thus similar to seeing gravitational lensing, we might not see that mass there, except the informed assumption (scientific parsimony) would be that it exists. Or is causes by something completely different. We're assuming that it's caused by mass, and further assuming that it's caus...
  • 07:17 AM - Maxperson quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    Yes really, the distinction is meaningless; what counts is that the numbers work, and it explains observable phenomena. It is not "take it on faith" or "just making stuff up"; that is incorrect. Here's the thing, though. We're observing 16 and plugging in 8+8(Dark matter/energy). Sure the math works and explains the observable 16, but so could 4x4, 12+4, 18-2, and so on. Just because the math works out and explains things, doesn't mean that it's correct. It doesn't even mean that it's probably correct. We have no idea. All we really know is that we've stuck in math that works.
  • 02:47 AM - Ovinomancer quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    Yes really, the distinction is meaningless; what counts is that the numbers work, and it explains observable phenomena. It is not "take it on faith" or "just making stuff up"; that is incorrect.So, then, we're done at "dark matter?"
  • 01:44 AM - Ovinomancer quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    Here you are restating what I stated. Not really. The distinction matters. Observable phenomena is observable phenomena, and dark matter is the theory among many other competing theories that has held up. It is the theory that best fits the data we have. Which theory of dark matter is that, then? There are a few, none proven. Yes, assuming invisible and undetected mass balances our equations nicely, but there's no single theory of dark matter. And, there could be another reason we just haven't discovered yet.
  • 01:23 AM - Ovinomancer quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    No, we can see the effect of dark matter through gravitational lensing, even if we can't see it.No, we see gravitational lensing greater than explained by matter we can see and current theory and so use dark matter as a stand in to make our maths work. Order matters. We're not observing dark matter, we're postulating dark matter as an explanation for what we observe.

Monday, 10th December, 2018

  • 06:14 AM - Umbran quoted dragoner in post The Problem Of Disney Star Wars
    More just descriptive of the Rey "Going Their Own Way" thing. First the libertarian thing, and now Men's Rights Activist lingo? Pardon me for a second... Moderator Hat ON As a moderator, I now must point you at The Forum Rules (there's a link to them at the bottom of every forum page). You will note that we have some rules about these things - no politics, no religion (under "Keep It On Topic") and if we see significant sexism, racism, or similar messages, you will be asked to stop (under "Keep it Inclusive"). You may not have *intended* to run afoul of these. But I'm going to have to ask you to leave such references out of your discussion. It *will* be taken poorly, if it continues. Sorry if you find that restrictive, but that's the way it is. If you have questions about this, please take them to e-mail or Private Message with a member of the moderating staff. Do not argue the point in-thread, please and thank you. Moderator Hat OFF We now return you to your regula...
  • 05:54 AM - R_Chance quoted dragoner in post Starter Traveller (Classic circa 1980's) is free at DTRPG
    I loved Imperium, bought, and played it in my school's chess club. Though I think Traveller's Imperium was only adapted, the main timeline for the Third Imperium is 2,500 years later than the events of the board game. Traveller's Imperium is the Third Imperium and it's, as of Classic Traveller, over 1100 years old. The First Imperium, the Villani Ziru Sirka "Grand Imperium of the Stars", fell in the wake of the Interstellar Wars with the Terran Confederation. The Second Imperium was built on the body of that by the conquering Terrans. The Second Imperium, also known as the "Ramshackle Empire", continued what was apparently a slow collapse the Villani had been undergoing. Then there was an interregnum, followed by the Silean Federation rising and becoming the Third Imperium. One of the fascinating things, froma history nerds point of view, about Traveller is the depth of the historical background of the setting. If you want to take it back to the mystery of the Ancients you get 300,000 years o...
  • 12:48 AM - Umbran quoted dragoner in post The Problem Of Disney Star Wars
    Do you believe that a woman, as a sexual creature, it demeans them? Hardly. You are taking only part of the point. Broadly speaking, in the history of literature and film, female characters are far too frequently defined by their role in the male character's life. They are most often defined by their sexuality. It is, as I said above, cliche. That's the real point - there are already tons of female characters who are the male's significant other, in one form or another. The female who *doesn't* become the love interest is more rare, and therefore more interesting, imho. I figure the whole pure violence maiden, like Brunhilda - that's the libertarian ubermensch; it doesn't mean much to me as I'm more eastern, not german. It has nothing to do with the scene where they slaughter Snoke's guards, ro any other bit of violence from the movie. That is a false dichotomy - romance with Kylo Ren or slaughter! As if those are the only choices? There's a world of other narratives, du...

Sunday, 9th December, 2018

  • 09:09 PM - Shasarak quoted dragoner in post The Problem Of Disney Star Wars
    Kylo's arc eclipses Rey's, huh. I find it interesting that people think she should stay a virginal murder-machine, that is better, more pure? Also, does a woman lose her agency in a romantic relationship? Very strange. I think some of it is immaturity, which Star Wars has plenty of; even though Rogue One, shows there is a market for a more mature audience. It is just because it is an American movie made for an American audience.
  • 08:07 PM - billd91 quoted dragoner in post The Problem Of Disney Star Wars
    So you liked the slaughter of the room full of people together angle? People are always defined by their interactions with each other. I suppose if you believe in some sort of libertarian ubermensch, she would make sense to you? It's foreign to me. What, on earth, are you taking about? Libertarian ubermensch? Because Rey shouldn't be thought of as a male character's girlfriend? What has that go to do with a libertarian übermensch?
  • 07:34 PM - Umbran quoted dragoner in post The Problem Of Disney Star Wars
    Rey as the Red Queen? Pregnant mother fleeing to the wilderness to protect her unborn child? There are a huge amounts of tangents that could play off the romance angle. Note that you are thus defining Rey's role in the story in terms of her romantic relationship to the man. Which is already the dominant mode of fiction, to date. Not so much "verve" as "cliche". Thanks, I find it more interesting for her to be out on her own, not needing the man to define who or what she is to the story.
  • 06:57 PM - Umbran quoted dragoner in post The Problem Of Disney Star Wars
    Kylo and Rey as lovers ... Ew. Kylo Ren in an immature, entitled, self-absorbed anger-puppy. When he gets angry, he throws literal tantrums, lashing out with deadly violence. He is not a mentally or emotionally stable adult, not capable of romantic love in the standard sense.
  • 09:34 AM - R_Chance quoted dragoner in post Starter Traveller (Classic circa 1980's) is free at DTRPG
    Also, looking at the Imperium setting, it looks like a lot of ground work for that was laid by Games Workshop, in Adventure 1, The Kinunir. Pretty much, although the GDW board game Imperium was the clash between the Villani (1st) Imperium, or Ziru Sirka, and the Terran Confederation. That game came out about the same time as Traveller iirc (c. 1977-78?). I'm not sure how much of that was intentional or how much of that was written back into the situation later. It does make for an interesting bit of history / universe building as the progressive campaigns show the strengthening of the Terrans leading to the (further?) decline of the Villani.

Saturday, 8th December, 2018

  • 10:08 PM - Umbran quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    https://phys.org/news/2018-12-universe-theory-percent-cosmos.html This does change the understanding of physics. It changes nothing, yet. It is an hypothesis. And not a new one. This is an interpretation of the cosmological constant in Einstein's General Relativity. Anyone who has studied Einstein's work in detail knows about it, and how with varying values it leads to a universe that eventually collapses in on itself, is static (never expanding or contracting) or ever-expanding. The real issue with it (that they do mention) is simple - used in this way, it calls for a continuous and eternal (and, depending on your choices, ever-increasing) creation of negative mass out of nothing. And that... seems kind of a hack. It looks tidy, until you realize that an eternal fire hose of negative mass that supports it is just assumed to exist.
  • 03:59 PM - Maxperson quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    https://phys.org/news/2018-12-universe-theory-percent-cosmos.html This does change the understanding of physics. Man. That article would have been so much better if the physicist was named Dr. Farnsworth.
  • 02:06 AM - Shasarak quoted dragoner in post Do you believe we are alone in the universe?
    This does change the understanding of physics. I do find it ironic that there is a claim that we can not travel faster then light when we also do not understand why there is so much gravity around to hold everything together and why there is so much energy around that it is expanding space instead of that same gravity crunching it. So if gravity can pull faster then light and space can expand faster then light but at the same time nothing can move faster then light.


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