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Aeson

Hero
It's nearly 2:30 am. It's 72 degrees outside. And there's a tornado watch. Happy flippin new year. 🤮

I also live in a large metal box that has a reputation for attracting tornadoes. 🥳
 
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Ulfgeir

Hero
Some change of plans... I was supposed to go and see Ragnarok (Part 4 of the Niebelung opera by Wagner), at the Gothenburg Opera today. Luckily I started up my computer and checked the mail today as I ate breakfast. Of course today's show was cancelled due to sickness. And all remaining shows are sold out (think they were sold out even before the restrictions cut the number of persons that could attend). Luckily they have filmed it, and will show it on the net later. They did the same with part 3 (Siegfried) last year when they were not allowed to be open at all. I will get fully reimbursed as well, but it will take some time.

So, instead I will go and participate in a kind of session zero for a new campaign. D&D 5e, with lots of strange races and classes, set in Jack the Ripper's London. All characters that are not human must have a glamour-trinket that makes tem appear human. My character is a fictional character (a monk, with a background as journalist) from a book, who has somehow come to life. She will start off dead, and wake up fully regenerated on the autopsy-table...
 

Aeson

Hero
Silly questions; do you normally play using your native language or English? Since it's set in England, will you be playing in English? Will you attempt English accents? Will this be recorded? Can I hear it? 😀
 


Blackrat

He Who Lurks Beyond The Veil
We usually play in what is called ”finglish”. Mostly finnish but many of the game terms are spoken in english, creating a bastardised form of language that would make anyone cringe in any other context.
 




Mad_Jack

Adventurer
We usually play in what is called ”finglish”. Mostly finnish but many of the game terms are spoken in english, creating a bastardised form of language that would make anyone cringe in any other context.

Hell, the English language itself is basically 50% words and grammar borrowed from other languages anyway.
 




Blackrat

He Who Lurks Beyond The Veil
Hell, the English language itself is basically 50% words and grammar borrowed from other languages anyway.
What's that saying? Most languages borrow words from other languages. English follows them down dark alleys, bludgeons them and searches their pockets for spare grammar.
English is not a language. It’s three languages in a trench coat, pretending to be one.
 

Aeson

Hero
English is not a language. It’s three languages in a trench coat, pretending to be one.
You're just jealous. English sounds like a real language while yours sounds a drunk man that drowning....wait..that's Scottish. Yours sounds like a frozen drunk man that's drowning. 😛😜🤪😝
 

Blackrat

He Who Lurks Beyond The Veil
You're just jealous. English sounds like a real language while yours sounds a drunk man that drowning....wait..that's Scottish. Yours sounds like a frozen drunk man that's drowning. 😛😜🤪😝
What, you mean you don’t find it beautiful when we say; Kokko, kokoo kokoon koko kokko?
 

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