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44 minutes ago, PaganMegan said:

Dem legs! :wub:


I voluntold Grump to help me with a short game for the party.


I'm not sure it counts as Halloween costumes when everybody has characters to go with their costumes.


Somehow we managed to talk ourselves into ordering pizza at 1 AM.

That wolf looks both menacing and bored.


I can see a dragon with that attitude. The PCs are safe, but know they're in danger, and that the dragon can kill them if he wants to. Talking. In. A. Slow. Monotone. Calm. Menacing. Voice. And very, very dangerous.

You didn't voluntell - you asked very nicely


The pizza vanished into our bellies, and Megan fell into a cheese soaked coma immediately thereafter. ::P:


We aren't the only ones looking at the wolf and thinking dragon -




It's a harmless little comic, but I'm enjoying it.


The Auld Grump

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5 hours ago, kay13 said:

Back again after way too long away.


Just been really antisocial for the last few years :)


Hope everyone is still well :)



Welcome back Kay! ::D:


Funny. I was just thinking of you the other day.

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5 hours ago, WhiteWulfe said:

No BattleTech minis assembled, or fingers glued together....  1.5 Ghulam Warriors (Infinity, HaqqIslam) assembled.  Aka left handed with cornrows/dreads is getting his arms attached tomorrow when I can figure out (with coffee, and a non-tired mind) how to do it without cramping up one or even both of my paws.  I could probably just outright pin the arms to solve this, but that's "cheating" and I want to at least try and get one of them the "way the factory intended" before saying screw it and bringing out the drill...

Pin them.

They make very nice looking models, but almost all Infinity models need pinning.

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Coffee... and maybe D&D? Waiting to see if more than 1 player is up for it... 


Then Brew-Crawl across western Brooklyn!

8 hours ago, kay13 said:

Should do.  Sometimes life means you don't want to deal with people, even if its online.  Recharge time so to speak.

Hey!! Welcome back! Recharge time is important. Glad you're feeling... properly buzzed. 

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9 hours ago, kay13 said:

Back again after way too long away.


Just been really antisocial for the last few years :)


Hope everyone is still well :)





*** Pounces and covers the spider in Wolf slobber***

We missed you!!!


Here are some treats!


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There is not enough caffeine for this morning. Not enough sleep last night. No nap yesterday due to jackhammer. Didn't get to bed until 1:30 am, and had to be at work at 5 am. There is no caffeinated soda, cans are out and the soda gun has no CO2. I am not patient enough to wait for tea to brew, so I am stuck with coffee. I don't like coffee, but with enough sugar and flavored creamer it is drinkable. And I have to run game after I get off. At least there is plentiful MTN dew for that. Only then will there be sweet, sweet sleep. 

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10 hours ago, kay13 said:

Back again after way too long away.


Just been really antisocial for the last few years :)


Hope everyone is still well :)



Nice to see you again, Kay!

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No D&D today. One player has a pool qualifying event, and another got called into work early. :down: Next week we might try playing Sunday evening instead of Saturday morning. Maybe we'll have better luck gathering everyone up.


So I've got about 2 years to plan an epic D&D pirate campaign...  Hmm....

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I was going to start the day drinking tea and looking at stretch goals, but DH made french toast (yummy!) so I think I might end up on the couch back asleep before too long....



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I keep thinking that the pirate ship offers brilliant opportunities for one-shot adventures, and that it would fit with the availability of my daughter's friends to do a series of skirmishes instead of a full adventure or campaign.  Rather than wait two years, maybe I should brainstorm something in the meantime that doesn't require the ship.  

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2 hours ago, Crowley said:

No D&D today. One player has a pool qualifying event, and another got called into work early. :down: Next week we might try playing Sunday evening instead of Saturday morning. Maybe we'll have better luck gathering everyone up.



Sorry to hear it.

I'm on the opposite end of that, though. Starting a new campaign with a whole new group of people, fingers crossed that it goes well.


ETA---I'm not the DM for a change, either!!

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