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  • 01:57 PM - Mike Myler quoted BiblioTek in post Mythological Figures: Nikola Tesla
    That's pretty cool. I think it really highlights the possibilities of the Savant in steampunk settings. Well done sir. Mind you this build is for a tinkerer, not a savant (although it'd make sense for Tesla to pick up a few levels of savant!) Looks interesting. In developing his "Dingbot" familiars, is it possible Nikola ran across some papers at the nearby Transylvania Polygnostic University penned by one Agatha Heterodyne a couple of centuries earlier? Quite possibly! Dealer's choice there, I think. ;) blink blink... ok where is that Paul Bunyan one. How in the hells did you find that out? Paul Bunyan won't post until next week or the week after. :3

Tuesday, 20th June, 2017

  • 11:52 PM - Imperialus quoted BiblioTek in post Do you have an FLGS?
    This is my FLGS as well. I've had several thanks to my time in the army, but The Sentry Box is special. The first time I walked in the front door I was gobsmacked - utterly blown away by the sheer vastness of the space and its contents. Add to that the ever-helpful staff and it will always be the standard by which I judge game stores. Third one here for Sentry Box. I'll just copy the review I posted on Google Maps. I can probably best describe The Box as being the Platonic ideal of a gaming store. It is the ideal, that each of us holds, that allows us to identify the imperfect reflections cast by all other game stores. This review has been a long time coming. I grew up in Calgary, and have been coming to Sentry Box since probably about 1996 or so. I remember dedicating entire days to trips to The Box where my friends and I would take the train downtown and then walk 45 minutes just to get there. They have more square footage dedicated to Warhammer alone (including its weird...

Thursday, 26th January, 2017

  • 05:01 AM - Quickleaf quoted BiblioTek in post Have a hardcopy of AL3 A Dozen and One Adventures? I have a question!
    I just checked my hardcopy of this (and all the other AQ box set adventures - I like Al Qadim, and own just about everything produced for it). There was no cover on the campaign guide, an oddity which was repeated in all the box sets, though not consistently: of the (usually) two booklets in each set, one had a cover, and one didn't; sometimes the campaign guide had no cover and sometimes the adventure book had no cover. I never heard any reason for this when I bought them; I still enjoyed the heck out of them, though. Thanks for confirming, BiblioTek. Much appreciated :)

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