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9 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

 

I'm pretty sure that the official sign of transitioning to adulthood is when your attitude to snow changes from "yay" to "oh noes" <_<

Oh good, still a kid!

 

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That gets to enjoy BEER and D&D!

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7 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:

 

+1 barding!

 

It's a crazy carpet dog blanket with bad mother spikes. Pretty neat, but I think I need the +2 with haunch and chest guards. And maybe a flame thrower. If I can't have sharks with frickin' laser beams on their heads I want the next best thing.  

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10 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

 

I'm pretty sure that the official sign of transitioning to adulthood is when your attitude to snow changes from "yay" to "oh noes" <_<

How would that work if you're from a country that has practically no snow?

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1 hour ago, TGP said:

No Reaper Live 2 Nite / Or maybe Yes?

 

It is hard to tell...

 

1 hour ago, ShadowRaven said:

Stream Starting Soon

 

Anything worth reporting on?

 

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2 hours ago, ShadowRaven said:

I've gone past adulthood and into curmudgeonly old man when it comes to snow. It's still a ways off, and I am sick of it, i do not want to see it, I do not want to hear about it, I do not want to even acknowledge it exists in my world.  It's going to be a long winter for me. 

 

Sooooo....  You're ready to move to the west coast?  I have to say, I was not sad to have snow go from a constant thing to a once in a long while thing.  

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26 minutes ago, Inarah said:

 

 

Anything worth reporting on?

 

New witch coven for Halloween, new nosferatu, new headless infantryman with a bunch of options, bones black restocks, ghoulie bags in october with an orange paint that has been out of print for a while, and a clear blue ghost, slight delays on airbrushes, something new in December.

I won a gift card

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9 hours ago, Great Khan Artist said:

My life has turned into an RPG. Let me explain. 

 

We have a coyote problem at my house. It wasn't so bad when it was one, because my German Shepherd could usually go toe to toe with it and win. That said, she has had a few scrapes and bites from fights. A few days ago, I realized the coyote puppy had grown up and was now joining mommy in an effort to lure my dog out into the field and then beat up on her. They took after her and almost got her in the rump; they scared her so bad she let her anal glands go. I did get some delight in the fact she literally spayed poop in their faces. However, the problem is getting out of hand. I have asked everyone I know to come over and shoot the coyotes. Hazing doesn't work, we tried. 

 

Last night, I realized I was the poor villager trying to get brave adventurers to hunt down the awful monsters, but none of the adventures were interested in my hook. 

 

Back when I had dogs it was fun to watch them interact with the coyotes. Little spaniel was a killing machine ready to take on anything until she realized that the coyote was about 4 times her size. Black lab was about the size of the coyote but slower. The coyote was afraid of the lab but not the spaniel. So they spend a bunch of time with the 2 dogs chasing the coyote until it noticed the lab was a long ways away. Then it would go after the spaniel and she'd run as hard as she could to get back to the lab. Then the coyote would run away with the spaniel nipping at it's heels until  they outdistanced the lab. This happened fairly often and would continue until we called the dogs back to us and left the area. I'd shoot the coyote for you but Calgary's a 7 hour drive for me.

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11 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

 

I'm pretty sure that the official sign of transitioning to adulthood is when your attitude to snow changes from "yay" to "oh noes" <_<

 

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2 minutes ago, Zink said:

 

Back when I had dogs it was fun to watch them interact with the coyotes. Little spaniel was a killing machine ready to take on anything until she realized that the coyote was about 4 times her size. Black lab was about the size of the coyote but slower. The coyote was afraid of the lab but not the spaniel. So they spend a bunch of time with the 2 dogs chasing the coyote until it noticed the lab was a long ways away. Then it would go after the spaniel and she'd run as hard as she could to get back to the lab. Then the coyote would run away with the spaniel nipping at it's heels until  they outdistanced the lab. This happened fairly often and would continue until we called the dogs back to us and left the area. I'd shoot the coyote for you but Calgary's a 7 hour drive for me.

I think  that's beyond the range of even the Canadian Sniper who currently [I think] holds the worlds record for longest distance kill shot.

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2 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

I think  that's beyond the range of even the Canadian Sniper who currently [I think] holds the worlds record for longest distance kill shot.

GEM

 

I forget what the distance was but I read about that shot. I'm not sniper material anymore. As a kid and young adult guns were one of my main hobbies and I was a very good shot. Now I embarrass myself at times. It's good that I hunt with an old SMLE mark III that has a 10 round magazine. I sometimes need most of those rounds. :down:

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Just now, Zink said:

 

I forget what the distance was but I read about that shot. I'm not sniper material anymore. As a kid and young adult guns were one of my main hobbies and I was a very good shot. Now I embarrass myself at times. It's good that I hunt with an old SMLE mark III that has a 10 round magazine. I sometimes need most of those rounds. :down:

I can't remember the exact distance but it was measured in Kilometers.

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On Reaper Live Sadie announced the colors to be included in a second ReaperCon colors set, due out on Black Friday.  She previously listed the colors on Discord as well:

 

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Sadie Yesterday at 10:31 AM

 

@thelonegoldfish I’ll make a picture post soon, but the Reapercon Commemorative Set 2 will include: 9605 Clear Orange, 9606 Clear Phthalo Green, 9607 Clear Phthalo Blue, 9608 (9337) Rose Gold, 9652 Sophie Silver, 9660 Powderburn Brown, 9661 Pirate Gold, 9662 Clouded Sea, 9668 Cactus Flower, 9676 Frontier Blue, 9677 Rich Green, and 9679 Drow Nipple Pink

 

 

The orange going in the Ghoulie bag is called Hallowed Orange.  And there will be one more paint, but she didn't have the info on which one.

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3 hours ago, PaganMegan said:

Grump's running his afterschool game.

 

The beholder police captain just got ARRESTED! ::o:

 

And is yelling at one of the PCs, telling him to stand down, it's IMPORTANT that he CAN be arrested! To let the arrest happen!

 

Holy crap! I just realized the beholder is a PALADIN! With all the trimmings!

 

He is letting himself get arrested because it is for the greater good!

 

I need to stop listening.

 

I want to PLAY this!

The difference between the two groups - first group spent three hours in introductions and chatter, a half hour of actual play.

 

The second group spent half an hour with introductions and chatter, three and a half in actual play. With a lot less time wasted between the two stages.

 

The second group is chugging along enough under their own power that they have not yet received the invitation from Sir Guy Malagent, retired villain of the old school. (He actually introduces himself that way....)

 

His inspiration -

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The Auld Grump

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12 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

 

I'm pretty sure that the official sign of transitioning to adulthood is when your attitude to snow changes from "yay" to "oh noes" <_<

I still like snow.

 

Always have. ::):

 

The Auld Grump - I still do snow angels. ::P:

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You ever have a Frostgrave game where the two warbands pretty much ignore each other, and get mauled by the random encounters instead?

 

Worms....

 

The Auld Grump

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