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    Monday, 10th June, 2019, 07:16 PM
    I like WotC's sense of humor: "Faithful to D&D Lore" -- Some of us still remember the Spellplague.
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    Sunday, 26th May, 2019, 05:07 PM
    Wisconsin lost a legend today . . . https://www.packers.com/news/packers-legend-bart-starr-dies-at-85
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    Wednesday, 22nd May, 2019, 04:42 AM
    Steven Creech has passed. https://www.hshfuneralhome.com/notices/Steven-Creech https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/help-steve-creech-author-and-game-designer#/
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Wednesday, 29th January, 2014

  • 09:13 AM - Sadras mentioned Remus Lupin in post The Great D&D Schism: The End of an age and the scattering of gamers
    Here's an implementation I'm working on... Download from ENWorld http://www.enworld.org/forum/rpgdownloads.php?do=download&downloadid=495 or a direct download from: http://p6codex.com/AbridgedP6CodexV0p2.pdf Thanks Cadence. @Remus Lupin you should definitely google it and learn the premise behind creating such a game and see if its for you and your group - I can't sell it nearly half as well as others so I have copied a link below where you can see where P6 (Pathfinder version) originated from e6 (3.5e version). Essentially it is simpler for the DM by a long way, the system becomes far less broken and characters essentially grow horizontally instead of vertically in power. http://dungeons.wikia.com/wiki/E6_(3.5e_Sourcebook)

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Monday, 29th April, 2019

  • 02:56 PM - cmad1977 quoted Remus Lupin in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 3
    A good episode, but hard to track at times. I've heard mixed reports, but can someone confirm whether or not Rhaegal survived? I think he did... but only because I think the ‘next week on GoT segment showed 2 dragons in the sky.
  • 02:42 PM - Zardnaar quoted Remus Lupin in post GAME OF THRONES SEASON 8--Final Run-- Part 3
    A good episode, but hard to track at times. I've heard mixed reports, but can someone confirm whether or not Rhaegal survived? Not 100% clear, its not looking good but he didn't die on camera or at least it wasn't clear he is dead. Unless its Dany's main Dragon (I forget their names), as her one survived. Good episode a bit anti climatic perhaps but we're in the end game now.

Monday, 15th April, 2019


Saturday, 23rd March, 2019


Tuesday, 22nd January, 2019

  • 04:23 PM - Istbor quoted Remus Lupin in post OotS 1152: Reunion
    Has it really been less than a week since Durkon was turned? I know, right? I felt like that airship journey took at least a year. :p

Thursday, 16th August, 2018


Sunday, 10th September, 2017

  • 02:21 AM - Random Bystander quoted Remus Lupin in post OOTS 1096: Brewmaster's Tale
    There is of course the other alternative -- if he will doom them when he returns, simply never allow him to leave. If we list all the problems in fantasy that could have been solved by therapy (even if just one person listening), or proper communication, there would not be much left. And if we eliminated them, the reading options would be much smaller. Hmm...Which may be a major reason I like classic Star Trek; much of the good episodes have problems which are solved either by clear communication, or listening to people and helping them with their problems.

Friday, 1st January, 2016


Sunday, 9th August, 2015

  • 06:55 PM - Scott DeWar quoted Remus Lupin in post OotS 996
    No Xs in Belkar's eyes yet. He's down, but not out! its not the fall that kills you - its that sudden stop!!

Friday, 7th August, 2015

  • 09:42 AM - Scorpio616 quoted Remus Lupin in post OotS 996
    Pretty sure Belkar activated (and suffered from) his Protection from Evil amulet (bought in Tinkertown). That and Silence appear to be the only magical effects in play.Does belkar have ranks in climb? Because he looked surprised when he couldn't grab the sloped roof. That could have been a magical effect. And then one Belkar passed the slope, look carefully at his aura's flight path. High winds could have changed his descent path, but he was blown upwards as he went away from the Cathedral. No Xs in Belkar's eyes yet. He's down, but not out!He dies when he lands man. Unless the airship saves him, he's on his one way trip to the Abyss.

Tuesday, 26th May, 2015


Monday, 22nd December, 2014

  • 06:49 PM - Hollow Man quoted Remus Lupin in post What Happens If CODENAME: MORNINGSTAR Doesn't Fund?
    That's an interesting point: Where is Paizo on all of this? Did Trapdoor contact them at all about this Kickstarter? Try to get some more support or cross promotion? Heck, Paizo has promoted other companies' Kickstarters before when it benefited their line, but to the best of my knowledge there's been no backing by Paizo and no effort to make enlist their support. There's clearly no backing by Paizo at this point, because otherwise we'd see a big fat PATHFINDER logo across the top of their Kickstarter page, and you can bet that would go a long way towards people being willing to part with their money. -HM

Sunday, 21st December, 2014

  • 10:06 PM - turkeygiant quoted Remus Lupin in post The Morningstar Proprietor's Guild
    With two weeks to go their only at $55,000 of a $425,000 goal? Ugh, this doesn't look good, and nothing of their recent announcements makes me any more likely to pledge either. I'm surprised they haven't cancelled early. From my perspective that would show a little more perspective and awareness on their part, having a cancelled kickstarter on the books seems slightly less damaging to your future prospects compared to a FAILED kickstarter. I'm interested to see what this company does in the FUTURE, but I'm just not interested in what they are offering NOW.

Monday, 10th November, 2014

  • 03:31 AM - Jester David quoted Remus Lupin in post Doctor Who s8e12: Death in Heaven [spoilers]
    Am I the only one who thinks that "Danny and I are going to be fine" is a reference to a baby Danny back at home, which is why Clara can't travel with the Doctor anymore? she wanted to tell Danny she loved him and come clean because she was going to announce that she was pregnant, and then he died. There has to be a baby Danny because it's the only way that future descendant pioneer time-traveller Danny can exist, since he a) is a genetic descendent of Clara and b) Looks like Danny. So, I'm calling it: Baby at home with Clara. Time can be rewritten. They're always saying it but we never see it. Clara's future was changed, and there's no time travelling descendants.

Sunday, 9th November, 2014

  • 09:50 PM - MarkB quoted Remus Lupin in post Doctor Who s8e12: Death in Heaven [spoilers]
    I think it's possible that there had been a longer interval than just two weeks since the cyber attack. We only know that she had called him two weeks before, but I'm also open to the possibility that she's still pregnant and not far along. The scene where Danny sends the kid back is captioned "Two weeks later", and it doesn't seem like the meeting with the Doctor takes place much after that. I don't know how else "Danny and I will be fine" makes sense. And the doctor knows, which is why the remark doesn't strike him as odd. The whole point of that final scene is that Clara and the Doctor are ending their relationship exactly as they were pursuing it - both lying to each other to spare the other's feelings, both so practised at it that it comes naturally and totally convincingly.
  • 08:15 PM - MarkB quoted Remus Lupin in post Doctor Who s8e12: Death in Heaven [spoilers]
    Having re-watched the epsiode, it's definitely the cyberman who blasts Missy - I'd missed the shot coming into frame from the side the first time, and the cyberman's deployed weapon in the next shot. Am I the only one who thinks that "Danny and I are going to be fine" is a reference to a baby Danny back at home, which is why Clara can't travel with the Doctor anymore? she wanted to tell Danny she loved him and come clean because she was going to announce that she was pregnant, and then he died. There has to be a baby Danny because it's the only way that future descendant pioneer time-traveller Danny can exist, since he a) is a genetic descendent of Clara and b) Looks like Danny. So, I'm calling it: Baby at home with Clara. The timing doesn't look right. It's only two weeks later, and there's no indication of a 9-month gap in the timeline prior to this episode. Leaving aside hand-waving of "timey-wimey", it's possible that Danny already had a kid from a former relationship. All it take...

Tuesday, 8th July, 2014

  • 03:08 PM - Nagol quoted Remus Lupin in post OotS 957 is up
    Yeah, I had sort of assumed it was dominate. Also, I suppose you could argue that "Jump overboard" unlike "stab yourself in the throat" is not directly suicidal. Like they say it's not the fall that kills you, it's the sudden stop at the end. Dominate does fall into the "Obviously self-destructive orders are not carried out" problem set. So I'm going with Command used in a more pre-3e way.

Wednesday, 2nd July, 2014

  • 04:26 PM - Zhaleskra quoted Remus Lupin in post Laptops at the table..and recent research showing how bad it is in education..does it carry over to gaming?
    Here's hoping that you make that expectation clear to your future spouse before you actually tie the knot. Divorce is an expensive proposition to engage in over a couple of slightly annoying phone calls. It wouldn't get to the point where I'd married her before I noticed. Needy is not attractive. It's why I've been rejected sometimes. So I'd dump her as soon as it became obnoxious. Though I don't put a lot of stock in relationship advice (because it doesn't take into account that the author is not the two people involved), I do agree that the ability to spend time away from each other is as important as spending time with each other.

Monday, 12th May, 2014

  • 03:22 PM - DMZ2112 quoted Remus Lupin in post Devil worship as a brand
    I'm just taking about Game of Thrones fans, and what I've garnered from literally hundreds of hours (well, ok, maybe A hundred hours) of reading fan analysis of the episodes, following the media around the show, reading comment threads, etc. Only a hundred hours? NOOB, I NAME THEE. :) This at least casts a tighter spotlight on our disagreement. I absolutely agree that those people exist, and indeed that they surround us in this place. I hope it is clear -- I would have thought it obvious -- that I am not talking about any Game of Thrones fan who frequents this board, or for that matter any board. I'm talking about the millions more people who make the show profitable for HBO. In the same way that we often talk here about the hundreds of thousands of D&D players who make D&D far and away the most popular RPG in the world without ever posting to a forum or even reading news on the Wizards website. There's a big difference between someone who self-identifies as a 'fan of Game of Thrones' and...
  • 03:01 PM - DMZ2112 quoted Remus Lupin in post Devil worship as a brand
    Yes. Yes it does. Or, more precisely, I think they are fans of well-written dramatic series, with complex plots and characters. Additionally I think they enjoy the fantasy setting and all that entails, including dragons and ice-zombies. You and I have very different assessments of humanity. I think we've gone far enough off topic for one thread, however.


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