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    Today, 12:52 AM
    If you had just said "I don't get anything other than blockbusters where I live" then that would have been the end of the discussion along with understanding of what you're saying instead of this round robin.
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    Today, 12:51 AM
    Animated cleaning equipment?
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    Today, 12:43 AM
    Coober Pedy
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  • trappedslider's Avatar
    Yesterday, 11:53 PM
    wow...7 of 9..and Brent
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    Yesterday, 11:43 PM
    define under performed
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Yesterday, 09:49 AM
    Tonight’s creation was a garlic sausage sandwich with sautéed onions and radish sprouts on toasted rosemary olive oil bread. Condiments were simple, just mayo and yellow mustard. Sides were moondrop grapes, carrots, Comte cheese, and pitted castelvetrano olives.
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  • trappedslider's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:17 AM
    first you state Hollywood doesn't really do new movies then you quantified: ones that make lots of money. Now you say name an original non MCU/DC movie that broke 500 million. So, I'm starting to think you're moving the goal post.
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    Yesterday, 02:50 AM
    It's a good thing you said BILLION because "Us" $254 million worldwide against a budget of $20 million, Horror movies have always for the most done well with new IPs. The Curse of La Llorona has grossed $54.7 million in the United States and Canada, and $67.3 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $122 million, against a production budget of $9 million. Pet Sematary has...
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    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 07:54 PM
    And: Actually, this is similar enough to the nature of the Ellcrys in the Shannara novels that I bet it would make for some interesting situations and role-playing.
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    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 07:43 PM
    1) your post has some formatting in it that renders it nigh-invisible to some. Here’s what probably happened and how to fix it: https://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?348563-Dark-Text-on-a-Dark-Background-Tutorial 2) “scaling up“...great unintentional pun! :D
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    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 05:00 PM
    Such a thing pretty much implies the existence of meddling by intelligent beings. (Except, in a fantasy setting, that would be deities, not aliens.)
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    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 02:54 AM
    here's what i love about google docs, you can flag things with a comment,instead of having to say line whatever,makes it so much easier for the writer. The last one easy to find since it was the last word.
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 01:57 AM
    I include the GM as a player for these purposes. If even that person is sitting there looking at the game and not able to understand the magic, that person won’t run the game. People have been throwing around quantum mechanics ideas in this thread, so let me join in. There is an observer effect going on. The act of making a system of magic that works in a game invariably makes the magic...
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    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 01:53 AM
    Well, ignoring the question of when is a comma or semicolon missing or not (since that can be a story telling style decision): - line 9: missing word "as" after word "smiled" - line 17: personally I'd place a second "that" after the single one - line 17: replace "mentaly" with "mentally" - line 18: replace "need" with "needed" as otherwise the sentence has a time frame mixup - third to last...
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 01:30 AM
    Designing a magic system that feels magical may be impossible. Personally, I’ve NEVER seen an RPG magic system that felt numinous, largely because they all have to fit into the RPG system and be understood by the players.
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  • trappedslider's Avatar
    Friday, 19th July, 2019, 12:03 AM
    what spelling mistakes? Nothing is flagged for being spelled wrong.
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 11:54 PM
    Looks good, trailer didn't really spoiler anything..
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 07:14 PM
    So far, 33 confirmed casualties. https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/18/asia/kyoto-animation-fire-intl-hnk/index.html
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 05:47 PM
    How many different kinds of geek ARE there? How many can be symbolized with a smallish icon? I mean, gamers could be represented by a d20, but what about tech geeks? Fans of sci if? CosPlayers? Furries?
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 05:42 PM
    You can...if you do it without a plan, without control, without intellect. OTOH, if you use your mind before attacking the canvas...
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 07:26 AM
    "Shoot Seth." sounds weird to me, even in the context it's said. Aside from random spelling mistakes, it reads like one of those this-really-happened-to-me diary-style novels. Which isn't a bad thing if that's what you're going for.
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 07:11 AM
    The phrase "subvert the expectations" has been thrown about a lot lately for a particular reason. I don't think I was ever quite sure what it meant, especially since my background is in information technologies where subversion refers to a very specific thing (by now 20 year old brand of version control software). Imagine my surprise when I finally realized that subversion means the same thing as...
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 06:49 AM
    Made salads for dinner again. My usual suspects were included: spinach, San Marzanos, carrots, celery, green onion, portobello slices, salami, chicken and ham. My dressing was that vinaigrette I’ve been making with lemon-infused olive oil, Dijon mustard, tarragon (instead of red wine) vinegar, pepper and parsley. What was different? Well, I got some nice broccoli sprouts and radish...
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 03:38 AM
    Well, I personally see the Heavenly Host from Doctor Who as a missed opportunity in that regard. While they are made to look like angels, their faces are mostly fairly masculine, while angels are supposed to be androgynous. So in this case, “the point” would be making them more closely resemble what they are emulating. I could also see androgynous androids as being perceived as less...
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  • Janx's Avatar
    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 03:33 AM
    In Tahiti it looks like. Just saw a video that floats the idea that Fury died in Winter Soldier, and that activated some stand-in plan for his Skrull buddy to take over. Extra evidence is that when Fury says he can't eat bread that's not been cut in half, there's movie footage of him doing just that, thus, he was a SKrull at that time.
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 03:32 AM
    Yeah, that’s a good suggestion. Anyone who saw yours and had participated in a prior thread would likely post a link to it!
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    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 03:19 AM
    Start your own thread. You'll get more responses that way and not spend time hunting.
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Thursday, 18th July, 2019, 12:40 AM
    Welcome and good luck!
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    Wednesday, 17th July, 2019, 03:37 PM
    well, i finished the promposal section for my story..if any of you care to read it and leave comments https://docs.google.com/document/d/1q_GGoqL2MWkJqYbdzdffSiBC6K4I0xrHpnr9TfnkYWA/edit?usp=sharing
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    Wednesday, 17th July, 2019, 03:55 AM
    Even that term was more an exception than a rule, though.
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    Wednesday, 17th July, 2019, 12:54 AM
    I went and checked: PC Dwarves could be Fighters, Thieves and Assassins. NPC Dwarves were limited to 8th level. All races except Half-Orcs were unlimited as Thieves, who were instead unlimited as Assassins.
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Wednesday, 17th July, 2019, 12:06 AM
    You might want to check that: dwarves could be Clerics, too. (In addition, when the classes were added, they could be alchemists and psionicists as well.) Also, every race had at least one class in which their progression was unlimited. As I recall, that was Thief for dwarves. (Possibly all races.)
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 11:41 PM
    Yep. Seen it many times, but it never seemed to stick. Just like “man” became a synonym for humanity, the male-rooted “Android” became the term for human-stimulant artificial life. Nobody seemed to care for a female-rooted version of the term.
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 09:29 PM
    When I was a teen, I went back to Europe. The last half of the trip was behind the Iron Curtain- it was still a thing, then- and I ran out of my antiperspirant halfway through the trip. “No biggie.” I thought. I would just go buy some at the hotel store. Problem #1: there were no American brands at all, nor any European brands I knew. All were Eastern European. No roll-ons, either. So I...
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 08:35 PM
    We also smell different from Europeans, IME. Americans- of both genders- tend to favor detergents, soaps and perfumes with floral or powdery smells...and sometimes, in unfortunately large amounts. In that context, we almost smell like babies. After living in Europe for just a few months, I was often able to tell when another American had wandered nearby. After a few years, I could...
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 07:14 PM
    He was actually quite clearly based on The Tick, right down to my lantern-jawed illustration thereof. Instead of a mask and antennae, he wore heavy rider goggles and a military style helmet (with “MM” on it), because SAFETY FIRST! He did most of his heroic patrolling while riding a bicycle (with a visibility flag) with cards in the spokes, a la: I even took this scene from issue #1: ...
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 10:46 AM
    How about Uluru Devil’s Tower The Yosemite “Firefall” Hang Son Doong Cave
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 10:43 AM
    I’ve always thought of Common as either a trade pidgin or constructed language (like Esperanto), the most common primary/secondary language in the world (think Greek, Latin, French, and English, in turn), or a mechanical mesh mash of both.
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 10:36 AM
    Paraphrasing, I think it would be more like... “Furries, Mr. Rico! Zillions of ‘em!”
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    Tuesday, 16th July, 2019, 05:01 AM
    Ahhh, V:tM. From a while back:
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 08:47 PM
    See also Spelljammer.
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 08:44 PM
    I do not recall having done so, but I have played in campaigns where this was so. ...which had no effect on what I played, just how I played it.
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 01:41 PM
    We enjoyed it. However, one confusing point came up. Why are the Skrulls doing Nick's job while Nick does a Skrull's job?
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 10:35 AM
    In a similar...*ahem* vein as my suggestion about the Golden Gate Bridge, there is also Japan’s “Suicide Forest”: AOKIGAHARA http://mentalfloss.com/article/73288/15-eerie-things-about-japans-suicide-forest
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  • Dannyalcatraz's Avatar
    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 10:29 AM
    Wish I had the time...
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 09:45 AM
    who wants to be a beta reader for me?
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 09:16 AM
    Police believe they have found the remains of missing actor, Charles Levin. https://www.yahoo.com/entertainment/body-missing-actor-charles-levin-213243258.html
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 09:05 AM
    I’ve played in and run kitchen sink games. I’ve played in and run games with very strict species limitations- at least one that was human only. IME: 1) sometimes race matters a great deal, sometimes it doesn’t. It’s very campaign AND player dependent. 2) one thing that always seems to matter is the availability of playing humans. Unless there’s a major setting-specific reason why you...
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 08:55 AM
    I have a big collection of early sci-fi, much passed down from my Dad. IME, there’s a decent grain of truth in the comic, enough that I find the barb amusing. But there WERE also many authors who were clearly more progressive than the era in which the lived.
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 08:50 AM
    Tonight, we found out part of the problem....a major part. While he does have his devices all set to auto-join and routinely signed into the 3 wi-fi networks I mentioned, he was having problems with signal stability on ours. So every once in a while, he’d get booted while using Netflix, etc., and the GB drain would begin... As soon as he mentioned this, I knew exactly what he was talking...
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 07:55 AM
    I appreciate the suggestions. I used to live in Irving. It’s the Dallas suburb just south of Coppell- my current suburb of residence. I’ve lived in the D/FW Metroplex since 1982: I know what’s available in terms of cons (not really interested) and game stores in several of the cities in our 4 counties. Even while gaming in a stable group formed in 1985- which in 1998 essentially merged...
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 06:31 AM
    Well, like I said, part of the reason was communication. I have continued to text & email one guy in particular, but he has been very spotty about responding. I was invited to- and attended- the annual celebratory dinner in Dec/Jan. But that was the last time I saw any of them face to face. The guy in the group that I’ve known since 1985 hasn’t reached out at all. My house phone number...
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 03:35 AM
    I’ve had a bunch of alternative “spellbooks” in various games. Some were as simple as rune-carved sticks or staves. Others were as unusual as tattoos or even arrays of beads made of various materials arranged and knotted into various patterns.
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 02:12 AM
    Too much D; not enough D.
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 01:12 AM
    I know he’s on ours* and the one at his mom’s**, though I don’t know if he’s set for auto-join. I’d be surprised if he wasn’t on his employer’s system. * he is the one who most recently reset the router. ** he set up his mom’s wi-fi, and she doesn’t have a clue as to how to change that.
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    Monday, 15th July, 2019, 12:11 AM
    I get that...but I’m still at something of a loss, here. We have a pretty good wi-fi system here, and I know he uses it. He has wi-fi at his place of employment. He has wi-fi at his mother’s house. And he’s still gobbling up 2-4x the GB of the other 4 people on the plan. This month, we’ve used a combined 3 of 16GB; he’s at 12 with another couple of days to go.
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 11:19 PM

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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 10:20 PM
    Emily Hartridge has died. https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/13/europe/youtuber-emily-hartridge-death/index.html
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 05:38 PM
    I use my mobile devices for many hours a day, but I am usually on Wi-Fi. I am part of a group plan, and I typically use between 1-3GB/mo. One person on the plan uses more data than everyone else combined. How does one chew up data like that?
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 10:34 AM
    Continual flame/Light would be highly prized: a light source that can’t start a fire is going to be handy when you’re on the water, surrounded by all kinds of flammables. Warding spells against fire would be worth their weight in gold, for that matter. OTOH, Grease could be handy if you WANT to start fires...on someone else’s ship. As I posited elsewhere, an aggressive, expansionist naval...
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 10:21 AM
    After being introduced to gaming in 1977, I haven’t played since...2016? 2017? No significant gaps besides this current dry spell. The why? Well, I sort of had a falling out with my game group of 20 or so years about communication. There were other factors as well, but that was the proverbial straw. I haven’t seen any of them in person since December or January. And for a variety of...
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 06:55 AM
    Which reminds me... The Bridge is a documentary about the Golden Gate Bridge, in particular, its status as the #1 location in the world for suicides. In the context of a V:tM campaign, that could be prime hunting for a vampire of the right type. Not only as a place to hide their kills, but also as a way to feed guilt free on “willing” victims. (If the vampire has an issue with that, of...
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 05:49 AM
    What Would Peter Parker Do?
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 05:48 AM
    The Ossuary is a cool one I’ve looked at before. Good one to use.
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    Sunday, 14th July, 2019, 01:10 AM
    When I was a kid, we visited the ruins of Knossos, the palace of King Minos of Crete. Years later, I photocopied the map from the tourist material onto graph paper to use as a dungeon. I also look at unusual architecture and locales on the internet for locations, like the Gates of Hell in Turkmenistan: Catatumbo Venezuela: Gilroy Gardens:
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    Saturday, 13th July, 2019, 10:44 PM
    Sounds like a memory was made. :) P.S.: wag of the finger at theft. :(
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    Saturday, 13th July, 2019, 09:27 PM
    See also this thread: http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?557176-Pages-from-the-Royal-Chef-s-Cookbook
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    Saturday, 13th July, 2019, 09:24 PM
    (Had to be said.)
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    Saturday, 13th July, 2019, 06:06 PM
    Have a good time!
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 11:29 PM
    There is no 5E section any more; there is only Zul/Dungeons & Dragons. B-)
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 08:55 PM
    No joke, but that’s kind of how my longest running core gaming group ran one campaign world. The most powerful PCs weren’t all spellcasters- not single-classed, anyway- and we’d run parties of different power levels through adventures. Most of the lower-tier PCs were related to the heavy hitters in some capacity. And we did rotary DMing, too.
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 07:26 PM
    I ran a 3.5 Geomancer (largely inspired by Swamp Thing from the 1990s) that took all the plant-themed Drift mutations. We were leveling up our characters when the campaign imploded. I had planned on taking the Brew Potion feat. Those potions would have been delivered via tubers grown from his body... And later...
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 07:08 PM
    One thing I’ve noted from non-American gamers is that gaming seems to be a more diverse hobby overseas. Every gaming convention I’ve been to- GenCon isn’t one- has been overwhelmingly white and male, demographically. And that’s largely reflected in the game groups I’ve been a member of. Most times, I’m the only minority at the table, save one which was 1/3 each white, asian, and black. (And...
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 01:28 PM
    my newest video
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 01:20 PM
    it looks like Cameron's producing and has had a hand in the story, with Tim Miller directing it,whose directorial debut was Deadpool. The film's writing credits, as recognized by the Writers Guild of America are screenplay by David S. Goyer & Justin Rhodes and Billy Ray; story by James Cameron & Charles H. Eglee & Josh Friedman and Goyer & Rhodes.
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 12:46 PM
    Admittedly, it hasn't worked yet, but....
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 11:32 AM
    Along with Hamilton,we also have Arnold back as well and here's the Premise 27 years after the events of Terminator 2: Judgment Day, a new, modified liquid metal Terminator (Gabriel Luna) is sent from the future by Skynet in order to terminate Dani Ramos (Natalia Reyes), a hybrid cyborg human (Mackenzie Davis), and her friends. Sarah Connor comes to their aid, as well as the original...
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 09:43 AM
    Scary part: he’s running an Ice Mage... (All that other stuff is an illusion. ;) )
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    Friday, 12th July, 2019, 09:40 AM
    Especially if they try flying by jumping off a cliff or building while flapping their arms really fast.
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    Thursday, 11th July, 2019, 04:54 PM
    Well... https://www.amazon.com/Miami-Vice-Complete-Don-Johnson/dp/B01HSAIP9W/ref=asc_df_B01HSAIP9W/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241953397137&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=7846823122258067632&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=t&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9026798&hvtargid=pla-493204952389&psc=1
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    Thursday, 11th July, 2019, 08:41 AM
    There are some very strong, unexpected pieces of character development in that series. Not just intrinsic, inseparable in some cases. Glen Frey’s “Smuggler’s Blues” was turned into a script for the show...in which Mr. Frey played a major character. See also: http://mentalfloss.com/article/77272/20-fashionable-facts-about-miami-vice And:
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    Thursday, 11th July, 2019, 07:07 AM
    Well, given that his company had: I’m thinking he is the living embodiment of How to Win Friends and Influence People.
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    Thursday, 11th July, 2019, 06:56 AM
    Neon. Men in pastels. Men not wearing socks. Wearing suits with t-shirts and/or jacket sleeves rolled up. Guns. Hot cars. Hotter women. A-list celeb/actor/rock star guest stars.* Action.
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    Thursday, 11th July, 2019, 05:31 AM
    Jim Bouton has died. https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/10/us/jim-bouton-ball-four-author-dies/index.html
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    Thursday, 11th July, 2019, 04:48 AM
    < I came across this old Playstation 1 game that I had never heard of so I checked it out on Youtube. The game hasn't aged well, but man is the sound design amazing. Even has pretty good voice acting. Anyways, I was listening to this particular track and for the longest time couldn't figure out what it reminded me of, but then it hit me. It's this old thing:
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    Thursday, 11th July, 2019, 04:10 AM
    "Special: Heroic" or "Special: Short Bus"? They're always lurking around corners. Don't they have something else to do, someplace else to be?
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    Ideally, it looks like this:
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Tuesday, 5th March, 2013

  • 06:23 AM - nnms mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Experience Point: Become a Fit-Beard
    Dannyalcatraz -That is totally a great technique for paying attention to your food. You can also think about textures as well. Another great technique is to get yourself some whole grain bread and some olive oil (a couple teaspoons at most) and as an appetizer eat the whole grain bread dipped in the olive oil. Wait a couple of minutes after you are done the piece of bread before you put food on your plate. You might notice without any effort that you'll reduce your portion sizes. Another good thing to do is to change which meal is the largest of each day to be breakfast. At the very least, never, ever skip it: http://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20090615/skip-breakfast-get-fat

Tuesday, 12th February, 2013

  • 05:34 AM - Scott DeWar mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    As Mortality.net was dieing A buddy of mine told me about this place. Also, Dannyalcatraz, you remembering telling of one of your dogs jumping on you a bit after a hernea operation? Well I now live in Nashville area With my brother and his fam while I continue to heal. That hit a new low today when the family dog, a 12 lb shitzu mix, jumped on me puttin a paw right on the ostomy of my colostomy. That tissue is always really tender and I was trying to rest while waiting for my pain meds to kick in. I had just got her calmed down when she felt she needed to be petted, so guess what? Yup. right on the same spot. i think I might be able to say I now feel your pain, bud.

Thursday, 7th February, 2013


Monday, 21st January, 2013

  • 11:15 AM - Herzog mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Looking for assistance creating a backup character
    @Dannyalcatraz: Thank you, but no. If I should pick up another PrC it should have full BaB progression in combination with slow spellcasting progression. Also, to both you and @Greenfield, I am staying away from templates. Both because of LA and because of my DM. I am currently looking at builds like Fighter4/Warmage4/AA, Fighter6/Warmage1/AA and even considered for a moment to go Hexblade 6/AA (AFAIK, the shortest route to AA within the allowed books) Fighter6/Warmage1 is currently my favourite (because of the number of feats I can pump into the build) although second level spells (and expanded knowledge at lvl 3) for the warmage look nice too. If only I knew of a must-have first level spell on the sorcerer/wizard Evocation list for Arcane Archers that isn't on the warmage list already...

Wednesday, 9th January, 2013

  • 02:43 PM - Li Shenron mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Some things I've learned as a journeyman Dungeon Master.
    What things have you learned to make you a better story teller? First of all, what Dannyalcatraz wrote: The thing is, they may actually come up with better ideas about the plot than the ones you've already scripted. I they do, and you use it, they feel like they have read your mind, when in reality you're plagiarizing them to their face. I am not afraid of sometimes allowing some bold, over-the-top ideas to work (if you check my playtest report thread of last week, you'll read an example) and that also applies to players throwing guesses on the plot that I haven't planned at all, and making them happen. If you don't want to be too helpful or to make them discover you're using this trick, spin those player-generated ideas with a twist, or add an extra layer of secrets behind their solution. A couple of more things I've learned through the years... You can really improve your descriptions if you keep in mind that they can be based on five senses ;) Don't just describe the visuals, but add one or two at least additional sensory descriptors for each locale: how does it smell? wh...

Monday, 17th December, 2012

  • 11:49 AM - Omegaxicor mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post "The aim is for the players to have fun"
    @Unwise That sounds like the group I have, they are still good at the game but the role-playing aspect is difficult for them, they stumble from scene to scene, which means we have to have more combat based encounters, which means more chance for the dice to "Hiccup" (rolling consistently low for several rolls) and the party member to die. @Stormonu You have misunderstood, slightly, I don't mind the replacement characters or even players dying, but the players get their replacement "Temporary character" while they are reviving their guy and then forget to revive the character, they just keep playing the replacement until he dies. @pemerton The problem I have there is that they don't respond to their party member's friends and family, I have tried it before, I might try it again though @Dannyalcatraz I misunderstood your meaning, I might try that.
  • 01:28 AM - Omegaxicor mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post "The aim is for the players to have fun"
    @SmuggleNutz tried that neither worked... @Majoru Oakheart I agree but I would probably get bored of D&D before I would give up and accept it but if I gave up and accept it then the game will eventually degrade to where the party will be bored and then noone is having fun, obviously you are better at hiding your displeasure than I am :) @Dannyalcatraz I think that that would make as interesting a story for the viewer because Sauron rises up and an army defeats him again just like the first time but the party's adventures are walking in circles looking for this ring and not finding it, dredging the Dead Marshes looking for it :P I think that the issue is 1) the players die too often, I will have to look into that 2) the characters are not valued, which may be because they die a lot or it is their playstyle which might be a problem :(


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Saturday, 5th September, 2015

  • 07:48 PM - Morrus quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    I suspect that the reason DTRPG exists at all is because small gaming companies couldn't get their stuff sold on Amazon (possibly for some of the reasons discussed in this thread) and similar outlets. Actually, no. It's easy to sell via Amazon. They have various systems - including CreateSpace for print on demand, and a good Kindle distribution platform. The problem - and this is why DTRPG isn't vaguely a monopoly - is that Amazon is so huge that it's hard to be noticed there. It's hundreds of times larger than OBS; but that means you're competing for attention with thousands of major publishers and authors. DTRPG is useful because it is focused and smaller. It'll remain useful while it is still focused and small.
  • 12:38 PM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    No, again, you're not entitled to your own facts. Censorship is defined as government restriction of speech. This is hotly debated and it is why there are so many different definitions of the word depending on the institution defining it. I am not saying it meets the legal definition of censorship. And I am not denying they are using their freedom of speech to conduct a boycott, but this becomes a gray area when groups or institutions are able to exert pressure and influence the ability of writers and artists to express themselves. That is definitely on the broader end of the term, but I think it still applies in these discussions. The ALA and ACLA have different definitions. Websters has a pretty open definition of the term. The columbia encyclopedia treats it pretty broadly too. Some treat it more narrowly. The legal definition is pretty narrow. A boycott is not censorship. It is potentially restrictive, no doubt. But it is "we the people", not the government exerting the pressure. Again...
  • 06:57 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    Second: the existence of other sellers says there is potential for changing the landscape of OBS's dominance. Buy from them and tell them why you won't buy from OBS. Maybe THEY will adopt a policy against succumbing to boycott pressure, and sell more and different products. . What every publisher has been saying about those other sellers though is they don't matter. This matches my own experience. OBS is the only site where we can build a real revenue stream. I just don't think there is an opening for an alternative. That could change but I think it would require something big (like a major Paizo or WotC product getting pulled or something similar). If something with a big customer base got pulled it might create the demand.
  • 06:51 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    First: So what? If the free market decides your website isn't worth their time, that should tell you something about the viability of the idea and the size and shape of the market. Second: the existence of other sellers says there is potential for changing the landscape of OBS's dominance. Buy from them and tell them why you won't buy from OBS. Maybe THEY will adopt a policy against succumbing to boycott pressure, and sell more and different products. Who knows? Maybe even an anti-trust lawsuit is in order. Third: see the first point. I am not sure what we are debating here. I am just saying I have no interest in attempting to start my own PDF sales site as you suggested I should. Also saying why. ...just like those who threatened the boycott. Yes, I said they have every right in the world to do it and it is them exercising their free speech. That doesn't mean that every protest is good though. It is also different from what I am doing in an one important respect: I am...
  • 06:29 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    Government censorship is the only real censorship. Everything else is a free market issue. Illegal use of monopoly power, perhaps, but not censorship. We disagree. There is probably very little we can do to close that gap. Yes it is a fee market issue but it can also be censorship. There is a difference between people choosing not to buy something and people pressuring the only game in town not to carry something or they will not use any of their services. They have a right to do this. It is their free expression but it is complex because it can affect our ability read books or listen to music. I don't think it is as black and white as people make it out to be. If a product handles appropriation poorly, then those affected by it are free to protest. And if OneBook listens to them and pulls it, so be it. If not, so be it. The chips will fall where they may- such is conflict in the marketplace of ideas. Well I think it would be bad for the hobby if they gave in on protest like that...
  • 06:23 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    If you're so scared about the peer of boycotts, start your own market and promise the publishers that you'll never bend to the will of the people. I'm sure SOMEONE will appreciate you taking that stance and place their products with you. First, this is a very unlikely venture to succeed. OBS is the only viable PDF sales site despite numerous competitors out there. Second I am not in issue an ultimatum and leave with all my stuff mode. I am simple expressing my concerns about the new policy and recent events, both as a publisher and as a customer. I am waiting to see how things pan out. I don't know if my concerns are well founded or not and won't until they start acting on the new policy. Some of us do want OBS to not bend every time there is a boycott, especially if they are over products no where near the level of ToR. That is a perfectly reasonable thing for us to express in a discussion like this. You want something different, that is fine. Reasonable people can disagree over where the line ...
  • 06:06 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    No. Just no. There is no free speech issue here. The government is not trying to silence anyone in this instance. It is the consumers and fellow publishers who are using pressure to make a retailer change what gets sold, not the government. I am not saying they are in violation of the first amendment. But censorship can happen through institutions when they are big and influential enough. Government censorship isn't the only form affecting the arts. Cultural appropriation is not a minor issue. Not if it is your culture getting appropriated, at least. Reread my warning about minefields. If you want to do a Native American sourcebook, do your homework and be respectful. Do you think products should get pulled from OneBook that don't handle appropriation the right way?
  • 05:58 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    Welcome to the real world. Provocative IP is and always will be a minefield. NeoNazi bands don't sell well at least in part because Amazon and Wal-Mart won't stock them. Mainstream movie producers work very hard to avoid X or NC-17 ratings- remember, these are NOT limited to porn- because they are revenue killers: most theaters will not show them, most sellers will not rent or sell those DVDs. I am not talking about neo-nazi bands. For me the bottom line is I don't want OBS to decide what I should and shouldn't buy, nor do I want other gamers to do so. I would prefer OBS remains a site with a wide selection of material, some of it edgy. I think if they start giving into boycotts overtime someone takes offense at a product, especially if we are talking about games that are no where near as problematic as ToR, then that would diminish their value to me. Right now it is a great arrangement. It is a low bar to entry and a lot of people can create new and interesting products in the way t...
  • 05:47 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    I'll counter with NWA's Straight Outta Compton, technically, their debut album.* No radio station would give any of its tracks airplay. There was no tour. It still went double platinum, and was the band's biggest selling album. * a previous album that went gold was released under the name, "NWA & The Posse", but it was a compilation. Sure success can happen. But people were able to buy the able at retailers. Sometimes people can turn a backlash into an advantage. But if there had been a concerted enough effort to make the album itself difficult to obtain then things wouldn't have turned out as well. They may not have been on the radio but being carried in record stores was a big deal. You could still get it. In todays world there are no record stores. There is basically amazon and some other online venues. If amazon refuses to carry something, or if iTunes does, it can be incredibly hard to make it grow. I am not saying amazon has to carry everything under the sun, but their unique position, jus...
  • 05:33 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    I was precise in my language when I said "fringe products". To clarify, though, I mean products dealing with topics outside the norm for the hobby. ToR is clearly one such product. A small publisher who produces mainstream material has nothing to fear except not standing out. . What do you consider outside the norm? I am worried about products by smaller and mid-sized publishers that may have some grit to them. Not thinking of stuff like ToR, but games where players might be assassins or that may handle some difficult subject matter or engage in dark humor.
  • 05:26 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    So the hell what- nobody owes you a revenue stream! You have a right to produce something for sale, but no retailer owes you shelf space. If you want to put out a product that is controversial, so be it. Just don't be surprised if/when someone refuses to carry it. Right now, someone could make a live action film of the classic dirtiest joke in the world, "The Aristocrats" in which the events of the joke are actually depicted on screen. That doesn't mean that that the fail makers ha the right to show it at the same theaters as Disney films, or to sell DVDs of it through Wal-Mart & Amazon or even stream it via NetFlix. I never said anyone owes me a revenue stream. I am simply trying to point out how absolutely essential OBS is to publishers today and saying there are not really any viable alternatives. That matters in discussions of free speech. If things were being taken off OBS but there were other sites like it that actually moved product (the current alternatives simply don't move product)...
  • 04:15 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    "Fringe" products can always be sold directly to the public via a publisher's website or store. If your products are always drawing boycotts, that says as much about you as it does the market. I am not talking about fringe, I am talking about small publishers who are slowly growing a customer base and able to do so because of the leverage that being on OBS afford. It provides a fairly level playing field whether one is WotC or a much smaller independent operation. This is why even people who were deeply concerned about ToR were often also pointing out people shouldn't torpedo the whole thing because it is going to impact people from the margins who are breaking into the industry. So my point is these smaller players, who are just getting by and in some cases starting to grow, won't have a chance if people decide to boycott over one of their products. I don't think this is a minor concern, and it seems that OBS doesn't either, which is good news. Selling something on your own website, prett...
  • 01:01 AM - Ryujin quoted Dannyalcatraz in post They had one job: Attack of the Gerrymander! Edition
    * Los Angeles is showing us the current situation in terms of water use: the urbanites are suffering through forced rationing as the surrounding farms use more than 50% of the water to keep the crops from withering... ... and as the wealthy refuse to conform to the usage restrictions, because they don't think that life without a green lawn and full pool is worth living.

Thursday, 3rd September, 2015

  • 11:54 PM - TreChriron quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    ... well...I can't help you. That has become apparent. You didn't actually tell me HOW they condone rape. It seems (my assumption) that you are saying: "Anything that includes rape condones rape". Is that about it? or perhaps - "anything that includes rape in a manner I find disturbing OBVIOUSLY condones rape." Help me Danny. Help everyone reading this. Convince me that a video game about raping condones it. Connect the dots for me. Cause and effect. Don't give me the lame "because everyone sees it that way" argument. I am seriously eagerly curious as to where the connection is. The text and imagery of ToR did not clearly define it as an enemies sourcebook as opposed to an RPG condoning rape as a primary objective of the PCs. OK. So what if the game is made with the primary objective of rape by the PCs. Then what? I predict the majority of people would feel squicked out enough by it that they'd view it through a lens similar to the aforementioned RaHoWa RPG that OBS would even...
  • 11:03 PM - TreChriron quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    In a debate, you are entitled to your own opinions, but not your own facts. Like it or not, "porn" is a subset of "media", and the fact is, there ARE people making films of actual rapes and selling them. ... First I love that porn is a subset of media. I like porn. Second, how is either the video game OR the (despicable) illegal rape porn videos condoning rape? No one has actually answered that yet. I have my assumptions why you believe that, but I would rather you have the chance to state it on your own terms. Note that I don't believe the existence of these things condones or even encourages rape. For example, those two men (one was a cop for God's sake...) are despicable horrible people. How do I know this. Because of their behavior. They committed the ACT. Not too difficult to build a consensus on that. Note our consensus has not harmed innocent people who have not actually committed a crime. ... Except Skorched Urf did not clearly mark their product as an enemies sourcebook. Why doe...
  • 08:04 PM - TreChriron quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    Actually, that isn't an accurate statement. A more accurate statement would be: ... Skortched Urf failed in this. Completely Disagree. First, in my opinion, media cannot condone rape or violence by the mere act of just including it. I think that's absurd. That was MY statement. Not A statement. The next paragraph is exactly what I'm talking about. You believe someone who fantasizes about a sexual violent fantasy is then going to "eventually act on them". I see this progression in a whole different way. One albeit I feel is much more likely. This person already had a predisposition to violence. For whatever reason they do not value humanity, or value humanity at such a lower level that most people would not recognize it. Your presumption that this kind of media influences someone to act has no more evidence than my presumption that it doesn't. So, all things being equal, why do you get to decide that we ALL can't buy this on OBS? Why does your preference supersede mine? Scroched...
  • 06:47 PM - Umbran quoted Dannyalcatraz in post GOP candidates VS entropy
    Between points by Umbran and The Squirrel, I may have to reconsider my choice of words... "Objective", perhaps? I'd vote for "responsible". They need some *responsible* self-analysis. I don't think you'll get it until we drastically reduce the influence of corporate money on politics. I am waiting for someone to put together a case for treason against an elected official for taking money from a corporation...
  • 04:30 PM - Umbran quoted Dannyalcatraz in post GOP candidates VS entropy
    You missed the word "honest" in there. I have been forced to consider the unfortunate option that they are honest. "Honest" does not equate to, "Give a fetid dingo's kidney for the results down the road."
  • 03:30 AM - Bedrockgames quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    Boycotts go a long way back. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boycott Part of the strength of a boycott is how many people you can get to participate. The more influential, the better. If I boycott beef, the industry won't notice. If I get 100,000 others to boycott beef, the industry might notice. If one of the 100,000 is Oprah Winfrey, then the industry sharts its collective pants. By objecting to the "organized campaigns where ultimatums were issued to OBS and they were pressured to act", you're essentially criticizing the boycott (or threat of one) for being too effective. Comparing this to the Satanic panic of the 80s, as I pointed out, is problematic because the former situation was the reaction of outsiders who had not the faintest clue as to the reality of the hobby, whereas the current situation is a reaction of hobbyists and industry insiders reacting to a product that was marketed in a way as to offend a certain percentage of the hobbyists themselves. I am saying it is a gray area b...
  • 03:23 AM - Cristian Andreu quoted Dannyalcatraz in post DTRPG's latest controversy
    No, because oligopolistic manipulation would be manifested by the small number of buyers (here, the critical retailer) manipulating the market of the sellers (here, the retail product producers). That's not the only way it can manifest. Cases like OBS have different oligopolistic/monopolistic/monopsonistic forces working in parallel, mainly for three reasons: 1.- There's no vertical integration (OBS provides shelf space for the producers, rather than being the producer and provider all by itself), 2.- While OBS might have a near-monopolistic share of the market, exit barriers are not extremely high for the big publishers, and 3.- Small publishers stand no chance outside the OBS network. So in this case, when I said I perceived a "whiff of oligopolistic manipulation", I was referring to the capacity a relatively small group of important publishers has to pressure OBS into removing certain products they find objectionably, by means of using the threat of stopping businesses with them. So the man...


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