Sorry to be scarce. I've been in training today at work. Tomorrow I'm off on a family vacation until the 17th. I'm not sure if I'll be checking in during that time. If not, I'll see you next week.
I'm anxious to see if you can finish off the dreaded Vizier's Turban while I'm gone. ;)
This ancient insect was a chimera
"It has the long spindly legs of a praying mantis, something that would be useful, since its discoverers believe that it hunted by sneak attack. It had the body and wing shape of a dragonfly, which might have helped it rise and strike from the hunters...
I was attempting an update, and got the following error:
Got error -1 from table handler
INSERT INTO ConversionsCurrent (ID, IsCreature, Monster, EntryDate, CreatureType, CR, CRNumber, IsFile, FileName, PDFName, OriginalYear, ImageName, Version ) SELECT CreatureID, 1 AS IsCreature, Monster...
We're off to Phoenix for a family vacation tomorrow. I don't know if I'll check in while I'm gone. If not, I'll see you on April 4th.
I realized I was negligent in preparing an April Fools Day creature this year, and won't be around to post on that day anyway. If you'd like to partake in...
I didn't see the monthly thread yet, so figured I'd get the ball rolling.
I finished up The Walking Dead: Book 6. I'm currently reading Imaro 2: The Quest for Cush by Charles Saunders. The Imaro series is incredibly good. Saunders is a true heir to Howard. I'll have to order books 3 and 4...
It may just not have been migrated to the new server yet, but I figured I'd best report it.
When accessing http://www.enworld.org/cc/, I see:
Invalid Forum specified. If you followed a valid link, please notify the administrator
This special conversion thread exists to convert the many creatures from the article "Microscopic monsters: When they get bigger, they get a lot tougher" from Dragon Magazine #111.
From the introduction to the article:
"One productive source of new monsters may be literally found underfoot...