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Sylverthorne

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  1. Personally I prefer Elvis's version with banana, peanut butter, and bacon. I can take of leave frying it but it's good either way. edit to add Would this be a bad time to learn that I also occasionally make peanut butter and maple syrup sandwiches? Edited 2 minutes ago by Erifnogard ... Peanutbutter and honey is also good.
  2. Hooooboy. Well, I bought a bunch of Fenrisian Wolves for .. whatever they cost, once. I'unno. Miniatures are expensive! Go away! *hissses from within pile of pewter and plastic*
  3. Erh... over a hundred; and I'm not gonna be any more specific than *COUGHDRAGONCOUGH* that ...
  4. ARgh.,. I have to cook dinner. If anyone's still around after we've eaten, I may drop in.
  5. Depending on need, I add maggot white (greenish) and Spectral White (purplish) to that collection. ... looks like I have multiple blue-whites, including Ghost White. Go figure... Off-white whites are ... remarkably useful.
  6. Found one last year. My basing could use a little work... which, no surprise, I rarely bother. ^^; Year before though... nada. Not one of the three could I find. I suggest you enter the painting contest. Bring your best painted figure and enter it. This is an opportunity to have expert-level painters judge your work and, most importantly, give you feedback. You can talk to the people who judged your figure after the awards ceremony and find out what they liked about it and what they think could use improvement. Suspect that, even if you can't find one of your triad of judges, you can probably find somebody who'll help; everybody on Artist's Row is super friendly. They love to talk to people. Swipe a chair and ask questions! Definitely enter something though; they don't judge an entry vs. all the other entries, they judge on the piece's merits.
  7. I hear talk that there will be food trucks; lunch might not be too tricky, as a result. I'm thinking to test those this year; what I saw last year looked pretty tasty.
  8. Micromark carries dry brushes in a variety of sizes. I have some, I like them, I see no need to get these. :/
  9. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dogmight/kickstarter-exclusive-fire-dragon-valhalla-screen "You take your game seriously. Now it's time for a serious screen. In October of 2018, Dog Might released the first fully sculpted GM Screen, the Valhalla Screen. Since then, we have released over 30 more designs, including officially licensed screens for: Pathfinder, Call of Cthulhu, and Vampire: The Masquerade. We have also designed screens for you favorite shows, such as Relics and Rarities and the Critical Role stream of Undeadwood. Over the last year and a half, our Valhalla Screens have proven to be our most sought after product. " ... Would it surprise anybody here to know I want one? If I can't have one, at least I can spread the word. ;p
  10. Probably cold pizza. Reheated Chinese is /lunch/.
  11. Personally, I'd sow up the next day dressed in Joker purple... And then come to work the day after wearing a drug-dealer-special Z Cavaricci suit from the late '80's, a lime green leisure suit from the '70's, then start backwards from '40's gangster to zoot suit to 1900's styles. By the time you're showing up in knee breeches and a powdered wig, they might just get the point. But probably not. Eventually, the person enacting this plan are going to have to either learn to sew, or start trading a friend who knows how. And where does one find a powdered wig in this day and age anyway? I like the suggestion, though. The union put their foot down and jeans are back on the table for the foreseeable future. No word on how long that will last. This is Philadelphia. We have enough National Park Approved reenactors here to get you back to at least the 1690s without problem. A trip to Salem, Massachusetts will bring you to early 1600s. Then you're into Ren Faire territory. Well. At least now you have lots of suggestions for future shenanigans? Sounds like you have the resources to get /really/ creative. In all sorts of directions.
  12. Rather play. The 'bidet' thing irritates me to no end; it's like having my non-existent fur rubbed up the wrong way.
  13. We had a really great conversation with the parents of a UNT band member. They all seemed a lot more friendly than some of the brides who wondered why these 1500 people were hogging all the areas of the hotel.. ... Y'know, I was wondering what the heck was going on that year. Didn't find out until later that there was a wedding going on. Kids were cute, though.
  14. Personally, I'd sow up the next day dressed in Joker purple... And then come to work the day after wearing a drug-dealer-special Z Cavaricci suit from the late '80's, a lime green leisure suit from the '70's, then start backwards from '40's gangster to zoot suit to 1900's styles. By the time you're showing up in knee breeches and a powdered wig, they might just get the point. But probably not. Eventually, the person enacting this plan are going to have to either learn to sew, or start trading a friend who knows how. And where does one find a powdered wig in this day and age anyway? I like the suggestion, though.
  15. Sounds like it's time for new badge ribbons; 'Reapercon Veteran! Ask us about Stuff!' or something .. I'd take one.
  16. My preferred strategy as well. .. yah, maybe I should also be putting that one on my list. >.>
  17. Not really. My dice seem to generally have a perverse sense of humour. Does tend to lend itself well to amusing encounters (I have a paladin in my folder who is pretty much forbidden from polearms; she's broken more weapons than she's hit things with, and all because my dice. She was fine with regular spears, or the usual paladin complement, but hand her anything with reach, and my dice rolled fumble after fumble... and confirmed the lot).
  18. I don't really know how to react to that. But I felt it deserved a reaction.
  19. Nah. But your first Reapercon is probably going to leave you mildly brain-fried and wondering just what all you missed trying to do all the things. ^^; Do drop in at the Hobby Hijinks corner. And pester the artists; they love to talk about their stuff.
  20. Slow and careful is better with delicate stuff anyway. Always seems to take longer than you think it's going to; especially with books and other things that tend to be heavy in large quantities.
  21. Erh.. probably nothing that'll compete. I snaffled some Heavy Gear paints (I think I have Paxton Red, Desert Sand.. a handful of others I don't remember offhand) out of the dollar paint bin one of the times I managed to make it to the Reaper store for the tour, though.
  22. I currently use a HUGE trackball; I like it. I'm also the only one in my group who uses a gaming trackball... ^^; My only gripe is that some of the buttons are in odd places and it's difficult to click them quickly while working the ball. This might not be an issue for someone who can work the ball with their middle and ring fingers, but my hand doesn't have quite that much spread. And that, ladles and jellyspoons, is probably why most people use gaming /mice/, rather than trackballs. <.<
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