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This has rocketed up to my top 5 gaming soundtracks of all time. I've listened to it maybe 15 times in the past 2 weeks as background music at work. Great gaming music too for those looking for music to play in the background during gaming. The first track totally reminds me of Baldur's Gate.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk0ZQTzjqMc
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I really enjoyed the metal versions of another paradox game, Europa Universalis 4.
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Very cool character sheet
 
A character sheet I worked up for my own Fallout Hack of Mutant: Year Zero. Design is based upon a design I made waaaaaaay back in the day for a 1st Edition Spycraft game. I've used it several times over the years. hey, if it works why not? May change as I finalize the hack rules, also think it needs a bit of color but unsure where to put it.
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Could do one sheet in a layered pdf - pick layers to customize. 
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I want to remind everyone that this game is awesome. Play it before it gets banned forever.

http://www.ultimategeneral.com/

UPDATE: They have issued a statement

http://www.ultimategeneral.com/blog/our-game-has-been-removed-from-appstore
A real-time strategy game for PC and tablets with unique AI and gameplay set in the American Civil War. Designed by the creator of the popular mod series - DarthMod!
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It's like the holocaust. It was a terrible time for the world. But it happened. Nobody will forget it. Heck we're still trying Nazi's to this day. But, we're still using Swastikas in movies, Games, Books, whatever. 

Using the Confederate flag in the same fashion is okay. Displaying it in your front yard would be looked down upon, as it should be. But this is overkill. 
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Awesome music for nostalgic folks like me
 
Your Sonic medley might be my favorite thing ever.
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Guitar players use nostalgic medley!  It's super effective!
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Brilliant!
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I just want to make sure I understand the Greece situation clearly. Maybe some Europeans with more info can chime in.

1. Greece borrows too much money for decades and realizes they cannot repay it in 2010. They receive a bailout from Europeans, with conditions attached that they take steps to limit their spending and increase their taxes.

2. In January 2015, Greek citizens elect a left-leaning government that reverses the spending cuts and lowers taxes again. As could probably be anticipated, now Greece cannot make their payments to their 2010 creditors.

3. The creditors offer a revised deal to Greece, which the left-leaning prime minister rejects, but offers to put it up for a popular vote if given another extension. The creditors refuse to give any more extension.

4. The borrowed money isn't even going to Greece. We are talking about Greece taking money from new lenders to pay off old lenders. They are just asking for better terms from the new lenders.


Question 1: So if the old lenders were stupid to lend money to Greece, shouldn't new lenders be smart and demand conditions?

Question 2: Why the hell should I feel bad for the Greeks after they basically brought this damn thing down on themselves? If these crappy decisions have crappy consequences, so be it. They were Greek choices in the first place. Right?
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If you say that animals make mating choices based on fitness, and point to actual mating strategies like peacock tails and frog calls to demonstrate fitness, it's no problem. People sign up for your newsletter.

But if you suggest that HUMANS choose their mates in the same way, suddenly you are a world class asshole. Suddenly it's all about love and destiny and shit.

Interesting, eh?
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+Keith J Davies That came out poorly. ;) Meaning, I looked for all the qualities in a wife that I look for in a friend, except that I don't look for sex in my friends. 

And yeah, the immediate thing that people usually go off of = physical looks/fitness, because that's what we see first. What gets most people into bed, I think, is mutual attraction. ;)
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It continues..... bizarre..... wtf
 
And now it's board games.
Amazon’s rush to eliminate any non-book products bearing the Confederate flag appears to have claimed several innocent victims: Historical board games allowing players to recreate historic Civil War battles.
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Not much blah blah for nothing. The blah blah is why they changed direction.
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I wonder what the next battle in the culture war will be
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I'm not sure this one is over. There are still like 29 states where people can fire you for being gay. 
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Wow, this is getting way out of hand
 
"It's looking like Apple has pulled everything from the App Store that features a Confederate flag, regardless of context. The reasoning Apple is sending developers is '...because it includes images of the confederate flag used in offensive and mean-spirited ways.' We just spoke with Andrew from HexWar Games, who have released many historical strategy games. He insists, 'We're in no way sympathetic to the use of the flag in an offensive way, we used it purely because historically that was the flag that was used at the time.'"
[appicon]If you've been watching the news recently, you'll know of the huge debate in the U.S over the role of the Confederate flag in contemporary America. Many see it as a reminder of the many pre-Civil War injustices while others see it simply as a way to honor the soldiers who died fo
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“War is peace. 
Freedom is slavery. 
Ignorance is strength.” 
― George Orwell, 1984

Well, we're making good headway on the ignorance part at least.
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How would you manage a Jurassic World tabletop RPG?

What system would you use? 

I'm thinking one with excellent retreating rules.
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Just to be different,  Dangerous Journeys. Knowing that a sauropod can kill you with a glancing blow, and not even know he hit you, has a way of encouraging one to get out of the way.
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I am a hobbyist roleplaying game designer living in Atlanta. I do all the writing, layout, and art direction for my work. I also design maps for sale as stock art, so that other game designers can use them as they see fit.



I use Google+ to talk about ongoing projects and whatever else interests me.

Most Recent Project : Ambition & Avarice

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I have designed eight games so far, working on several more.