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Randomness XVII: The Madness of the Quorum

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1 hour ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

She's very smart, she knows the area is too small for a fireball. ::):

I didn't ask how big the room was, I said I cast fireball.

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2 hours ago, Kuroneko said:

 

That story got a bit grim at the end ::o: 

My opinion would go straight to Beekeepers. <_<

 

I think the officer made that crap up is the polite way to say it.

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Crow's Nest! #008 Erin "the 8ft tall giant" Hartwell started at 4:08 PM.  Michael paints a bronze golem by Chris Lewis.

 

https://www.twitch.tv/reaperminiatures

 

ETA: Sadly, the stream was cut a bit short when the Twitch channel failed and an attempted recovery also failed.  Still a good one, though.

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I think tonight's a beer night. And not even because of anything in particular, just...

 

Yeah...

 

...

 

Yeah...

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1 hour ago, Serenity said:

Crow's Nest! #008 Erin "the 8ft tall giant" Hartwell started at 4:08 PM.  Michael paints a bronze golem by Chris Lewis.

 

https://www.twitch.tv/reaperminiatures

 

ETA: Sadly, the stream was cut a bit short when the Twitch channel failed and an attempted recovery also failed.  Still a good one, though.

 

It was me. I did it. I managed to login just before the end and the crash happened shortly thereafter. Alas. Twitch is allergic to griffin feathers: who knew?

 

 

Will we ever get to hear " The Forbidden Story " ?

 

 

 

6 hours ago, Wyvernfire said:

On the subject of lightning bolts 

https://nerdist.com/article/africa-toto-played-by-tesla-coils/

 

and now I’m wondering about spells required to replicate something like that and magic users who work doing lighting and stage effects for bards.

 

After a bit, I could not help but think: DALEKS

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22 hours ago, Green Eyed Monster said:

Curious [?] Fact:

The final Civil War Pension Check was paid out last month according to The Smithsonian Magazine:

 

GEM

 

  History is never quite as far in the past as we think it is...

 

 

8 hours ago, PaganMegan said:

Grump: RAAAARRRRR!! I'm a monster, come to GOBBLE YOU UP!

BD: EEEEEeeeee! MONSTER! Lighting bolt!

 

My family! ::D:

 

  #ParentingGoals

 

 

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1 hour ago, Crowley said:

I think tonight's a beer night. And not even because of anything in particular, just...

 

Yeah...

 

...

 

Yeah...

 

Yep. Cheers. 

 

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2 hours ago, Mad Jack said:

 

 

  #ParentingGoals

 

 

Achievement: Unlocked!

 

I am celebrating by working on Brigid's first fantasy setting - a place to set stories to tell her, and later adventures to run for her.

 

Two dozen kingdoms, each about the size of your average mid-western state.

 

Barbarians to the south, monsters to the west, dragons and giants to the north.

 

And the setting follows a rule that Brigid knows - Wizards wear pointy hats. Princesses wear pointy hats. Therefore princesses are wizards.

 

Princesses may be wizards, sorcerers, bards, witches, or magi.

 

Princes may be fighters, paladins, cavaliers,rangers, or magi.

 

The nobility of the central kingdom (named The Central Kingdom) are, for the most part, half-elves. The royal family must marry out of their race - so an elf may marry a human or a half-elf, and a human may marry an elf or a half-elf, while a half-elf may marry a human or an elf. (And, at some point - a half-orc will enter the picture.)

 

And the princesses can kick your butt. ::):

 

****

 

And, in the real world(?) - This is happening.

 

The Auld Grump - Excellent!

 

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8 hours ago, Kuroneko said:


It is a story about a pig that does not end with the word Bacon. <_<
 

For the pig at least, this is a happy ending. 

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6 minutes ago, TheAuldGrump said:

Achievement: Unlocked!

 

I am celebrating by working on Brigid's first fantasy setting - a place to set stories to tell her, and later adventures to run for her.

 

Two dozen kingdoms, each about the size of your average mid-western state.

 

Barbarians to the south, monsters to the west, dragons and giants to the north.

 

And the setting follows a rule that Brigid knows - Wizards wear pointy hats. Princesses wear pointy hats. Therefore princesses are wizards.

 

Princesses may be wizards, sorcerers, bards, witches, or magi.

 

Princes may be fighters, paladins, cavaliers,rangers, or magi.

 

The nobility of the central kingdom (named The Central Kingdom) are, for the most part, half-elves. The royal family must marry out of their race - so an elf may marry a human or a half-elf, and a human may marry an elf or a half-elf, while a half-elf may marry a human or an elf. (And, at some point - a half-orc will enter the picture.)

 

And the princesses can kick your butt. ::):

 

****

 

And, in the real world(?) - This is happening.

 

The Auld Grump - Excellent!

 

As someone who does not wear pointy hats, apparently I am neither a wizard nor a princess. :down:

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14 minutes ago, TheAuldGrump said:

Achievement: Unlocked!

 

I am celebrating by working on Brigid's first fantasy setting - a place to set stories to tell her, and later adventures to run for her.

 

Two dozen kingdoms, each about the size of your average mid-western state.

 

Barbarians to the south, monsters to the west, dragons and giants to the north.

 

And the setting follows a rule that Brigid knows - Wizards wear pointy hats. Princesses wear pointy hats. Therefore princesses are wizards.

 

Princesses may be wizards, sorcerers, bards, witches, or magi.

 

Princes may be fighters, paladins, cavaliers,rangers, or magi.

 

The nobility of the central kingdom (named The Central Kingdom) are, for the most part, half-elves. The royal family must marry out of their race - so an elf may marry a human or a half-elf, and a human may marry an elf or a half-elf, while a half-elf may marry a human or an elf. (And, at some point - a half-orc will enter the picture.)

 

And the princesses can kick your butt. ::):

 

****

 

And, in the real world(?) - This is happening.

 

The Auld Grump - Excellent!

 

Somebody is going to have a lot of 'splainin to do for many of the younger viewers.

Starting with the concept of "phone booth".

As for your Fantasy Setting for Miss Brigid, I sense some Frank Baum influence in the basic setting.

Sounds good to me.

GEM

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