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So, I think my education was sorely lacking in the magic and mystery of goblin math.

 

I just can't wrap my head around this problem.

 

Let's say I've got 20 minis, because I do.

I buy about 20 minis a year.

I paint about 20 minis a year.

But I still add 20 minis a year to my queue.

But when I count them all, I still only have 20.

 

Is there a TED talk or something like that to explain the intricacies of goblin Math? 

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I just can't wrap my head around this problem.

 

 

 The problem you're having is that you don't have a problem.

You're just trying to comprehend Goblin math, when all you really need to do is just accept it. Drink the stanky-shoe-flavored Kool Aid, man.

(And be glad you're not dealing with goblin physics.)

(Also, you're going to live forever. Because when you run out of minis to paint, you die. But you're never going to run out, since you have 20 miniatures.)

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I disbelieve the illusion of goblin math!

But it's not an illusion, it's an abstract. Abstracts cannot be disbelieved, which is why I use a haunted Picasso to guard my front tunnel. Everyone who gazes upon it is sucked into it, to have their screams immortalized in frozen, mute cubist horror.

 

Rhombus-faced, triangle-eyed Paladin's suffering is eternal.

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