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About Sylverthorne

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  • Birthday 07/16/1981

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  1. Sylverthorne

    Getting To Know You — May 2019

    Not really to the first. I notice them, occasionally. >.> Uh... In no particular order, cheddar, a /nice/ brie, ideally fullcream - or cheesecake. ... what?
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    PaizoCon 2019!

    Spent a lot of today painting.. Had a good crowd today.
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    PaizoCon 2019!

    Hold on to your brushes, ladies and gents, we're gonna DO THIS THING!
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    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    I am awake. I have ... half a muffin (I ate the other half). Caffeine and what will likely be a nap in the car, and .. bring it, world. ;p
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    Getting To Know You — May 2019

    A few; I try not to paint in my 'good clothes', with middling degrees of success.
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    Painting my dragon bust (hand-sculpted)

    ... I only just now realised that that fish hanging out his mouth is a shark. Scale! Holy balls, the scale. And scales. And .. and I forgot where I was going with this. I may be slightly blinded be awesomeness; I'm really looking forward to seeing this finished, if not in person. Do love the colours and the shading and the gradient; there is an impression of iridescence (pearlescence?) and it is beautifully done.
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    PaizoCon 2019!

    I am Almost Prepared! .. .. .. has anyone seen my sanity?
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    Getting To Know You — May 2019

    I have a few bookmarked that I use occasionally. Name generators are always useful; and yes, I think there is one for ships... somewhere. >.>
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    Getting To Know You — May 2019

    DRAGONS! ... but you knew I was going to say that. ^^;
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    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    Looks like mine will be Sylred.
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    Getting To Know You — May 2019

    Fear, no. I Have healthy respect for? Certainly. I try to plan for it, where I can, and otherwise... it is what it is. I have no real control over it, so I try not to worry about it. Now, the people stuck out in it? Them, I can worry about. ^^;
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    ReaperCon 2019 Ribbons

    I am continually surprised no one has come up to you, sock in hand, expecting a ribbon in return. Unless that happened a year I was not at Reapercon, in which case, carry on, nothing to see here. ..
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    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    My experience with goats is that they're great for brush, like briars and brambles, and for stripping trees of anything the goat can reach. And they can reach a lot once they stand on their hind legs and really stretch out. Then they break into your shed, eat your ice melt salts, and die from it. But the one my mom had didn't really do much for her lawn. She was an awesome pet, though. Like a giant dog. For lawns, you want sheep, not goats. Goats are for brush clearing. Sheep are excellent for lawns, and confusing the neighbors.
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    Getting To Know You — May 2019

    To completion? I think I managed three, once.
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    Randomness XV: 'tis a silly place.

    For a start, Abraxas isn't a deity in that setting, he's a demon lord; not quite the same level of power, even if he does empower clerics. Call it minor deity, and call it a day. Normally, I'd agree with you, though. It was one of those things where we figured it would backfire and bite us in the butt, because.. well, that's how that usually goes, yeh? But we let Mr. Thorne figure out how to word it, and went with it, because, quite frankly, it was worth a shot. We had to agree on the Wish anyway, and we all agreed it was worth it. Mr. Thorne went ten shades of Sha'ir on the thing, and... yah. That happened. My personal suspicion is that our translator was forwarding most of this to Higher Powers, and... well, things got a little weird. (we had a Lantern Archon attached to the group to translate for our monk, who did not speak umpty million languages, but tended to prefer negotiation over combat... and had the ability to enforce it. We had a very, VERY strange variant of that campaign, in many ways).