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    From out of the 80's into the 90's erm 2021

    I'd add Dead Can Dance (first release 1984, most recent release 2018). Johnathan
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    So what are you reading this year 2021?

    I just started a trio of novels in a collection called Guards of Haven: The Adventures of Hawk and Fisher by Simon R. Green. It's the novels Wolf in the Fold, Guard Against Dishonor, and The Bones of Haven and the two main characters are a married couple of Guard Captains in a fantasy city (the...
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    D&D General How Was Your Last Session?

    Wow, hopeless, that sounds pretty bad. It sounds like you made the right call in exiting that campaign. Johnathan
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    Styles of Play

    I don't prevent my players from coming up with plans like these - I just prefer they give me some heads up time between game sessions, so I have time to craft that adventure for them. So if we finish a given adventure at the end of one session and they plan on having their PCs cross the...
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    Save The Day With The Sentinel Comics RPG

    Are those just generic superheroes on the cover or specific people from the card game? If the latter, can anybody tell me what that emblem is on the chest of the superhero at the top (with the Power Girl color scheme)? Is that supposed to be a lantern or something? Johnathan
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    So what are you reading this year 2021?

    I finished off Dean Koontz's Breathless in less than 24 hours - it was 337 pages long, but the print was almost at Large Print size and I'd bet in a normal-sized print it would have been closer to about 200 pages. A good read, but not one of his better novels, as he had about four different...
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    So what are you reading this year 2021?

    I finished my Jeffery Deaver short story collection and just started Breathless by Dean Koontz. It looks like another "man and dog" focused story, with typical Koontzian oddness thrown in for good measure. Johnathan
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    D&D General aasimar

    So you're saying fallen are...sinister? Makes sense. That's really using your brain, BRayne. Johnathan
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    Styles of Play

    I had one of my newer players strategizing with her husband on how to take out the enemy they were facing and she was whispering her plans so I wouldn't hear. When I straight out asked her what her plan was, she said she didn't want to tell me because I was running "the enemy." That's when I...
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    D&D General aasimar

    This is actually the 15th thread on the same general subject in one month and one day - an average of one new aasimar thread every other day. At this rate, esteban1997 should be at around aasimar thread #183 on January 15, 2022, the anniversary of his first aasimar thread. And by then, we'll...
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    Styles of Play

    I'm almost the same as Emirikol, with the exception of #3 on his list. I'm a big-time prepper, so with my group I generally write the adventure for the given session and that's the one we're going to play through that time. (This allows me to not only write the adventure but also figure out...
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    D&D 5E EN5ider #376 - Mini-Adventure: Devils in the Details

    I used that exact same title for an adventure in my last 3.5 campaign, where the "devils in the details" were devil-shaped flaws in a set of five gems affixed to an evil gauntlet; the wearer could summon each of the five imprisoned devils once per day. The PCs were hired to figure out the cause...
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    EVERWAY Then and Now

    Yep: I always describe the spelling of my name as "'John' and 'Nathan" merged at the 'n,' as if by some horrific transporter accident." It generally sticks in people's minds that way. However, I've had my name misspelled as "Jonathan," "Jonathon," "Jonhathan" (pretty sure that one was just a...
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    EVERWAY Then and Now

    That's not all that's shameless: there's also the fact that you misspelled his name in your post and in the title of the link! :) I'm particularly sensitive to this sort of thing, since "Johnathan" is not the default spelling of the name, even though it's the way my own parents chose to spell...
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    D&D Movie/TV Michelle Rodriguez, Justice Smith Join D&D Movie

    And let's not forget the awesome Tangerine Dream soundtrack as well. And, if memory serves, that was Tom Cruise's first time as the male lead in a movie. Johnathan
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    D&D General Your favorite low-stat character

    My current PC Jhasspok is a lizardfolk with a 6 Intelligence. His egg was stolen from the surface and he'd spent his entire life (at the beginning of the campaign) as a fisher slave to a city of drow. So he has very little experience of anything outside the little world he knew; after being...
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    D&D 2E Looking back at the leatherette series: PHBR, DMGR, HR and more!

    I distinctly recall purchasing this book at a bookstore in Texas to read on my flight back to Illinois after my Air force field training...and then getting seated by a guy who viewed me as his full-time conversation partner because he hadn't had the foresight to find something to occupy him on...
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    D&D General How often (on average) do you have D&D sessions with absolutely no combat?

    The only times I can recall running an entire gaming session with no combat was the first adventure of a given campaign, when the PCs are just meeting up with each other and we're establishing prominent NPCs and such. Other than that, there's almost certainly going to be combat every adventure...
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    D&D Movie/TV Michelle Rodriguez, Justice Smith Join D&D Movie

    I don't have anything much besides a "let's wait and see and maybe I'll be pleasantly surprised" feeling going into this movie. I've seen all three of the previous D&D movies and none of them were very good, although each one did manage to be a little better than those before it. (Admittedly...
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    So what are you reading this year 2021?

    I finished Jeffery Deaver's second short story collection and have now moved on to his third. He switched up the naming convention, though: the first two were Twisted and More Twisted, but this one's Trouble in Mind. Johnathan
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