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Michael Bauser
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I'm the nicest guy you'll ever hate.
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+The A.V. Club​​​ headline writer is the hero we need and deserve.

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I don't like podcasts, but I'm listening to this one because it supposedly has "exclusive" Gamescience news.

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You seldom see people being this proactive about the undead unless they have years of +Dungeons & Dragons experience.

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My wife and I rented this 2011 monster horror-comedy because we had a code for a free +Fandango Now rental, and we liked it. The standout performance is Corin Nemic (of "Stargate SG-1"), who brings just the right amount of hamminess to his role as a shady music festival organizer.

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Nom nom nom—I just scored 4300 points playing Google #MsPacMaps! Join the game here: https://maps.google.com/?q=-6.133949,106.812180

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Six-sided d3 dice have existed since at least the 1980s, but Lou Zocchi invented actual three-sided dice (or as close to three-sided as possible) for +Gamescience. I own a bunch of these, because there are a lot of +Dungeons & Dragons monsters that do 1d3 points of damage for their claw and/or bite attacks.

(DM's trick for keeping claw/claw/bite attack routines from slowing down a game: Make sure you have at least 3 different colors of d20, and damage dice in matching colors. Then you can roll all six dice at once to save time.)

Other companies have have copied Zocchi's design, but he's kept his dice unique by including the letters R, P, and S on the die faces, so the Gamescience d3 an simulate a game of "Rock, Paper, Scissors." You know, in case that ever comes up in a game, and you don't want to actually think about your choice.

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