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    Westbrook Maine
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    Art, Witchcraft, Comics with female leads, Games

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  1. PaganMegan

    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    [Grump]Because.[/Grump] I was only trying for that last strip. He's gotten better.
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    Best Version of DnD?

    I pronounce it G-R-U-M-P. No silent letters!
  3. PaganMegan

    Pathfinder Version 2

    So, base the fumble off Touch AC. Problem solved. I think Grump does that, because I haven't seen THAT many Fumbles. Or maybe he just plays nice. I don't know about you, but if I am shooting a dragon then I am drawing the string as far as I can, to try to get through the scales. And I have done enough archery to know that, yes, the further back you draw the bow the more likely you will mess up. Hitting your arm with your bow string HURTS! And I have done it, it is not rare AT ALL. THAT is a fumble! And, yeah, after it happens you sometimes DO drop the bow. My arm would be shaking all over the place if I were shooting a dragon, my feets would be wanting to go the OTHER direction. TWANG! Ow! Run away! DR is not AC, so would not affect the chance of fumbling. The militia would not be fumbling every twenty shots. If an Adult Green has a Touch AC of 8, and the Militia has a +2 total to hit with a bow, then the odds are pretty good that you are looking at more like one shot out of a hundred, not one out of twenty. Sure, less than half the shots will be doing any damage, even if you hit, but you won't be fumbling all over the place, either. Though missing the dragon would be better than hitting the dragon and ANNOYING it! Wow! I was in a cranky mood writing this, I was frothing at the mouth until I scaled it back! SOOO glad I didn't hit SUBMIT! I can't blame BD, she has been a sweetheart. I'M the one feeling cranky. I guess I REALLY hate PF2! Or maybe bad math. Or maybe just having to do math. Going to check on Grumpy, then take a nap.
  4. PaganMegan

    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    Yeah, but it is a kinder gentler world now. That golden stuff doesn't really taste like molasses, at least to me. Like the bastard child of molasses and corn syrup maybe? Grump will drink molasses in milk.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    The stuff he brought is black molasses. I am going out RIGHT now to get the golden, we can try both! If it rains like they promise then I will play both his games this weekend. I have already heard most of the speakers we hired. We being Pagan Unity, not Grumpy And Me.
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    Pathfinder Version 2

    I really hated adding to the attributes when choosing classes and everything else. I would rather spend my points the way I WANT to spend them, thank you ever so very much. If Grump does end up wanting to run it, I will use my Veto.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    My husband thinks that songs about worms eating dead people make FIIIINE lullabies. My baby girl agrees with him. I expect to like it too! Grump can't make a bad cup of coffee, even if he tries, and he is actually going to try! If I like it he will never live it down! Finding out bright and early tomorrow morning!
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    RE: Molasses coffee horror - Where's your sense of ADVENTURE? I want to try the stuff BECAUSE it sounds so absolutely HORRIBLE! :D And somehow VERY English. They don't know from good coffee. RE: Lemongrass - that sounds right. There is definitely a ginger taste in there, more AFTER eating the sauce than when eating it. At the base of the sinuses. And chewy bits of well grass, really. Chopped into little tiny pieces that float on top of the dip.
  9. PaganMegan

    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    Mum and I ran to the Arabic market, and got more goat meat. I don't know if I should feel embarrassed or proud.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    I still don't know what the green stuff is, but there is DEFINITELY ginger in it, I can taste it when I breath! I think I need to dip the goat into this and then the yogurt sauce. I think we were supposed to snack on this while watching movies but it has our undivided attention and we have almost run out of goat! The batter turns crinkly and crispy, and holds on to the dips. Goat. Meat. FONDUE! I probably should have had an appetizer first. But this may be my new favorite food in the whole world. We just don't have ENOUGH. Mum is looking at me like watching piranhas feed. Do the Swiss even HAVE goat meat fondues? I think I just had a foodgasm.
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    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    What the hell is green and tastes like LEMON? Not lime, some stuff I thought might be chives, used in a dip.
  12. PaganMegan

    Pathfinder Version 2

    I tried creating a character this afternoon. What I got felt like half a character, you start of being able to do LESS than in old Pathfinder and it doesn't look like you ever catch up. I don't think I want to try the playtest.
  13. Doctor Strange and Inception with Mum. Maybe World's End if we have time.
  14. PaganMegan

    Webcomics - Because....

    Now I want to make a character for that plot. Fire being a piece of broccoli.
  15. PaganMegan

    Randomness XIV: THE FLOOR IS LAVA!

    I love the method, and used it to burn through a lot of the dungeon terrain we got from a Kickstarter a few weeks ago. For some stuff I didn't even bother fully painting first, just put on the barrel hoops and dipped, then called it done. It took SECONDS, except for waiting for the stuff to dry. Wear OLD clothes, and do it outside, no matter how much paper you cover the room with SOME will still manage to hit the walls. I think Grump used it to paint the Kallie he got me for Christmas. Grump has been experimenting this week, and he left Mum and me with the makings for goat meat fondue. Goat. Meat. Fondue! Chunks of goat meat, peppers, mushrooms, broccoli, a batter to dip stuff in before putting it in the oil, and dips for after you take stuff out. Mint, yogurt, curry, and some green stuff that I don't even know the name of. And the fondue set Granmum gave us for the wedding. I am having a hard time waiting for Mum!