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Nick Alexander
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The treatment of gold for xp is delightful. This is shaping up magnificently.
The Iron Gates - Gold, Gods, and Sorcery
The Iron Gates - Gold, Gods, and Sorcery
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Nothing you won't already know about. But... Just in case... punishingly useful.
Planet Psychon Acidpunk Edition
Planet Psychon Acidpunk Edition
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Porcelain dress +2
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I'm surprised about how much internet 'drama' can affect me. I'm probably too conciliatory, but there's a sense of Pendle Hill in the virtual air. It feels weirdly like an echo of the times we're living througn. I hope that people get on with being happy soon... and awesome, beautiful things can still be appreciated. I really like D&D.
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A lot to use here.
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Useful for somebody, I expect. Based off of +Jeff Rients' & +Zak Sabbath's orginal/evolution of concept.
'Carousing' for Wizards
'Carousing' for Wizards
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What a great and useful book +Patrick Stuart​ has written , with simply delectable art by +Scrap Princess​ (kudos to +James Raggi​ for putting it out there) . After reading, I found myself thinking along paths similarly taken, post Twin Peaks, episode 8. Less entertainment, more revelation. At times, Veins of the Earth reads like a holy book, only the parables are all caves and the messiah is an (the) Anti-Phoenix. The Book of Job compresed into a (subterranean) encounter table.

How much of the (implied) philosophy within the book, was the author's own? How much was it the artist's ? Did one affect the other, fertlising some nether-egg, giving birth to a hybrid greater (or different ) than the sum?

Is the book an exercise in day dreaming? Like, what would be fun in a cave? I mean, it's definitely fun in ways the Qur'an is not. Fun if you like pretending not to have fun. Which we kind of, sometimes do.

Can the creator adequately express a view that is not concurrent with their own identity or identities? The answer is surely 'yes', but one would have to be conscious of that decision. That consciousness would be the principle momentum in the act of creation.

Then again, it's like, fucking huge, like that other book and I'm just projecting some kind of lurid macro-drama based off of its sexy dimensions.


So, uhh, yeah, 10/10!
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Blog flares into brief, passionate, marital life  AKA more goblin tables to add to the Big Book of Goblin Tables. I'd buy that.
A Goblin Wedding
A Goblin Wedding
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I don't really have any connections on here that are likely to be anti +Zak Sabbath (thus I'm preaching to a very small choir)​, but after reading that RPG.net thread, I find myself troubled and cognitively dissonant. A repugnant circle jerk of hate in case you were wondering (which you probably aren't). I hope it's not affecting those involved too terribly.
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So...that's the end for Google Hangouts, certainly as far as Roll20 is concerned (and the whole of it by April). How are people positioning themselves for their future online gaming?
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