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13 hours ago, PaganMegan said:

I think the kids in Grump's after school game just had a throwaway scene that will turn out not to be a throwaway scene.

 

They're in a Venice type place.

 

The NPC that is talking to the vampires just said Kanpai!

 

Why is an NPC in an Italy type place giving a Japanese toast?

well traveled noodle merchant?

 

or possibly lupin III

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3 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

 

In other news, it is national bartender day. Who makes up all these days, and how do I apply for that job?

 

Crap, that's today? I thought it was next week. I painted a little mousling bartender vignette for the RCL seasonal category and wanted to post it over on Discord on the day of. Thanks for the head's up. I would have been off by nearly a week otherwise. Now I just need to figure out what my wife did with it and get it photographed. 

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7 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

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The Nightmare Before Christmas? 

 

2 hours ago, Chaoswolf said:

Today's date(12/3/21) is the same in every direction. Theres your neat little fact for the day.

Only when using the weird date format USA seems to like. When using any logical format it's not palindromic.

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31 minutes ago, sumbloke said:

The Nightmare Before Christmas? 

 

Only when using the weird date format USA seems to like. When using any logical format it's not palindromic.

It is logical on the North American Continent because it reads the same way as people normally would pronounce the date:  "December third, two thousand twenty one."

How is the date normally articulated in your neck of the woods?

GEM

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45 minutes ago, Green Eyed Monsty said:

It is logical on the North American Continent because it reads the same way as people normally would pronounce the date:  "December third, two thousand twenty one."

How is the date normally articulated in your neck of the woods?

GEM

Usually day, month, year. Rarely (usually when naming computer files, so they can be sorted normally) year, month, day. Either way you're progressing between smallest and largest unit in a logical manner.

 

Also, we pronounce the date "third of December". As USA did at at least one time in its history, hence "fourth of July"...

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Chugging away on low level Eberron.

 

Thinking about adding a new school of magic from a book I just finished.

 

Dramaturge, wizards specializing in theatrical effects.

 

Not enough to cast an illusion, they need to make a Perform check, to get everything to mesh properly, and not break the audience's suspension of disbelief.

 

I can fake it, since its an NPC, but I don't feel like cheating.

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34 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

(Choosing to ignore discussions about the right way to write the date)

 

 

Today's date is ALSO an ambigram (reads the same upside down). So there! ::P:

 


HOW DARE YOU IGNORE A POINTLESS INTERNET ARGUMENT!!!!

 

Heretic. I cast trope insults in your general direction with quotes pulled from popular media.

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