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Camped for the night and woke to a swarm of zombies attacking. Felt like the Walking dead.... All the zombies appeared out of nowhere and we didn't hear a thing.

Even better, my druid became a beat to claw and bite them to death. Yum, zombie for dinner. 
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I told them not to go into the catacombs. The little vampire kid almost killed them. 
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:Lol...I've always found Kids more frightening.
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For my friends who love board games and books. Patrick Rothfuss and Cheapass Games are putting out Tak. 
Tak is a new abstract strategy game created by James Ernest and Patrick Rothfuss, based on the game in The Wise Man's Fear.
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An update, some news, and a bit of entertainment.
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Back to d&d after being gone for a few weeks and my character has already been tripped by wolves and being mauled on the ground. 
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Great idea, and free information for someone who'd like to start their own craftsman business recycling and using plastic. 
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These things are addictive to collect. 
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What a beautiful video,and commentary on mental illness.
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Gregg talking about his progress in armor making. I think it's inspiring, and shows what a creative person can do when he decides he wants to do something.
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Gregg speaking at the #leather panel at this years #radcon in his #armor
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I bought my first box of miniatures. I traded a zombie for the unicorn, and got an invisible elf, a bullette, and a githyanki. I love the bullette and the unicorn. And the invisible elf is pretty cool too. 
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+Scott Richards exactly!
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Seattle, wa
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Kenmore, Wa - Bothell, wa - Corning, Ca - Cando, ND - Duvall, Wa - York, ND - Kerville, Tx - Rock Lake, ND - Gerber, CA
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Good things come to those who wait... but I'm not going to just wait
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I am an avid writer and reader. I enjoy everything from horror, steam punk, and fantasy, to hard science fiction, and non fiction books.

I write horror, science fiction, fantasy, and a little paranormal romance.

The easiest way to follow me is to check out my website, http://fangsandlasers.wordpress.com/, where you can get the latest updates. 
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Currently has eleven titles available on Amazon, including three in print. Others following shortly.
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Christy Moss
Absolutely delicious! The teriyaki comes on a sizzling player, and the tuna rolls are some of the freshest I've ever had. They also have bubble tea. Good prices, great food. Highly recommended!
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Best Thai in town. We've been coming here for years and have yet to be disappointed by anything we've had. Good portions fair prices, great service, and delicious food.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I had been sick for a week and finally decided to go to the doctor. This office is close to my house, and had walk in service so I went. Knowing that I had no insurance they helped keep my bill down as much as possible, but still gave me great care, and the meds I needed to get back to normal. They even have a 30% discount program for those paying up front.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
This is a little shop, but with a nice selection of current titles. Cheerful and helpful staff who seems to know about the comic book industry. He also mentioned "sidewalk sales" for back issues, and was quick to help me order any in stock comics that I wanted.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Incredible service. They replaced a radiator hose for me, did an oil change, topped off all the fluids, vacuumed the floors and washed my widows. The manager, James, also showed me which hoses would need replacing soon, and how to tell if they were old or not. Great customer service, and the waiting room was clean, and had coffee, juice and water to drink. All in all a great experience. Will go here again.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
The staff isn't all that interested in customers. Have had better service and selection elsewhere. Only important thing seems to be the Emerald City Comic Con which this store is a big part of, otherwise not worth it.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
You have to pick and choose to get the really good items. A lot of things are priced a little high, but if you just want a new paperback, or a shelf for your room a great place. Just be careful you aren't paying retail for a used item.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago