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William “Bios Element” Chambers
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Hacker, Otaku, Photographer & Apparently Evil
Hacker, Otaku, Photographer & Apparently Evil

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The magical atmosphere of winter in Japan! In the order: Nonomiya shrine, Hirosaki (Aomori prefecture), Natadera Temple and Shirakawago. I would to be there now!
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12/12/17
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William “Bios Element” Chambers commented on a post on Blogger.
Late to the party but the 'developers' saying it doesn't matter can bugger off. F/OSS survives on reputation and wiping credits and ignoring license is both scummy and illegal. By using a project that has done this not only are you supporting a morally bankrupt developer but opening yourself to huge legal liability.

I hope incidents like this remind everyone why it's important to follow licences for your project. It's truly not that hard.
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Woot! Everyone share this with FaceBook, Twitter, Friends, and Family! ... also Tooth of Agnar adventure inside!

http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/221038/INDEX-CARD-RPG-Free-Quickstart
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Tokyo Nishi-Shinjuku skyscrapers

Since most of its skyscrapers are over 40 years old, the Nishi-Shinjuku district of Tokyo is already considered an “old” area. Even the “youngest” of its skyscrapers, the curved Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower (on the bottom right corner of the photo), was finished in 2008, so it’s almost a decade old.

The development of skyscrapers in Nishi-Shinjuku started in 1971 with the Keio Plaza Hotel, followed by three others in 1974. In 1991, when the Tokyo Metropolitan Government was inaugurated, there were already 17 skyscrapers here.

http://muza-chan.net/japan/index.php/blog/tokyo-nishi-shinjuku-skyscrapers
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Maybe not the best place to ask, but what tools are being used to create the art for ICRPG? Or any suggestions on how to emulate it? Getting into drawing and noticed it seemed fairly straightforward to try my hand at.

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Here's a page from Session Zero, Issue 4. Issue 4 is much more ambitious (and thus larger) than previous issues. Professor Herron is just 1 of 14 NPCs that make it into the issue (and I haven't play tested his stats yet... maybe fewer HP and 1 armor, or d6 damage... if anyone wants to play test him please feel free to and let me know how he "feels". I'll credit you in the play testers section in the issue).
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This morning I went for my morning run/walk exercise not far from where I'm staying at Higashiosaka Osaka.
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6/3/17
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Hakone (箱根町 Hakone-machi) it's a small city near Tokyo situated in a mountainous area (Ashigarashimo district, Kanagawa Prefecture). Hakone is a famous turism destination thanks to its many attractions and excursions!
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02/06/17
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Fuji Shibazakura Festival (富士芝桜まつり, Fuji Shibazakura Matsuri) is one of the most important occasion to see shibazakura (pink moss or phlox moss in English). This spring festival is located about three kilometers south of Lake Motosuko in the Fuji Five Lakes (Mount Fuji). Another natural wonder in Japan!
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25/05/17
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After passing the tower of Kyoto Yasaka Kiyomizu Temple
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