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About Keianna

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  1. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    GRRM cones to a local literary con I attend every couple of years or so. It wasn't until a friend pulled up a picture of him that I realized that I attended a tea party with him. I won a handfull of GoT darksword sculpts in the charity auction at the same con last year. Am considering painting them up in a diorama of some sort and donating it back to the auction.
  2. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    I love making flavorful, unoptimized characters. It's the best part about pathfinder for me. It drives my roommate nuts when I insist on doing something that really doesn't work well or not taking the 'best' option for flavor reasons. She is a rules lawyer and really likes building characters, but doesn't necessarily like helping me build characters. I love my halfling wizard that runs into melee and stabs things with paper. My best friend's official gender is genderfluid transmasculine and they use they/them as their preferred pronouns. It has taken some getting used to but they/them is correct English for a single being when gender is unknown, ambiguous or when you are avoiding offense by using incorrect pronouns. It is increasingly common to use them as truly gender neutral singular pronouns. Short story: You are doing it right, no apology needed.
  3. ReaperCon 2018 Hotel Booking Link

    I just booked a room at con rate, but could not get it for Wednesday night. This is fine for me, but did give me an error when I tried.
  4. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    Yeah, I grabbed a tasty looking piece of what I though was strawberry rhubarb and it turned out to be sugar free cherry, which I am allergic to. So no pie for me either.
  5. ReaperCon 2018 Hotel Booking Link

    I am curious about this as well. I found out that I will not be going alone as I planned and now need my own room instead of squeezing in with someone else.
  6. And finally, this is what I took from the box: First we have a cool plastic toy dragon thing, a couple chronoscope bones, a male/female dancing pair, 2 headed helldorado puppy, and some neat little demon things. Then, there was a big bag of Oakbound fae creatures. I love these so much . There is a pair of merrow, a handfull of evil looking little goblins, assorted little fae (including a tiny cat dragon), a cool living tree stump (we'll see if I can get it assembled in some sort of reasonable way), and a nuckalevee. Thank you so much, whoever added these. Weird fae things are just about my very favorite minis. This has to be the best organized box I have ever received. People actually cross things off as they take them and leave a detailed account of what they added. Thanks folks. You all rock!
  7. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    I was very pleasantly surprised by paizo's flip mats. Wet erase, dry erase and even sharpie comes off of them, they fold flat to get packed in a bag and it's really hard to stain them. Forgot to erase for a month or so once and it cleared right up with a little Windex. The only one we have managed to ruin accidentally got spritzed with dullcoat.
  8. I needed another paycheck to mail the box, but it is on its way. On the plus side, I kept digging through my hoard and adding stuff to the box. The group paint got some of my new color change metallics. I will post pics when I get home.
  9. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    It's not explicitly Coop, but Compounded is my favorite scienceish game. The lab partners expansion offers the opportunity to work together. Easy math, interesting gameplay and things catch on fire and explode. You build compounds from elements and, I haven't checked, but I believe it was made by a pair of chemists so the science parts are solid.
  10. Box mailed. Expected to arrive Monday.
  11. Putty for sculpting terrain?

    I have only used the standard and the terracotta. I did not notice a difference, other than color.
  12. Putty for sculpting terrain?

    I have found that I like milliput best for bases because I can smooth it with my fingers and water, it takes texture nicely and you can sand and drill it after it sets.
  13. Pathfinder Version 2

    The only problem I have with mixing fluff with rules is when you run into things like a requirement for taking a certain ability (feat, background, whatever) that is setting specific, like being from a certain country or city or being a member of an organization. What really bugs me when they do this is using that to balance said ability. This ability might be really good, but to take it you have to accept the role-playing challenge of being hunted or the world holding a poor opinion if you. In pathfinder rules, in particular, it can be really hard to find what exactly the drawbacks of being part of one of these groups are supposed to be. After playing many systems, trying to balance rules with unspecific role-playing (fluff) challenges is the biggest thing that will annoy me.
  14. Randomness XIII: Cognitive Dissonance While You Wait

    I love it so much that someone else mentioned this before I did. You people are Awesome!
  15. Happiness is ...

    I'm with you. I do my best painting and sculpting when I am not quite tipsy. Unfortunately it can be tricky to stay in that sweet spot for very long, but when you hit it, life is good. Now I want to try slinging some putty after a couple of drinks...