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Deep in the dense forests of Central Java, towering above the surrounding trees, lies an abandoned, crumbling church in the shape of a giant chicken with its beak open mid-squawk. Called Gereja Ayam ("Chicken Church") by locals, this bizarre building attracts hundreds of travelers and photographers to the hills of Magelang, Indonesia each year. The story behind Gereja Ayam is almost as strange as the structure itself. In the late '80s, a man name...
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There is a similar island off of Hunt's Point in the Bronx, called North Brother Island.. I keep seeing it when I drive on the highway through Hunt's point.
http://www.radiolab.org/story/170476-how-get-north-brother-island/
http://gothamist.com/2014/10/16/photos_north_brother_island.php#photo-1
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hi people, my group has just finished kingmaker AP. we are not using PF rules but play DCC. what is the second most sandboxy AP out there? something that allows for downtime and side treks and stuff like that and offers the most freedom to PCs.
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Yes, lost city in the jungle with a history.
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Cool and creepy.
A Coast Guard patrol spotted the wrecks in shallow waters that are only clear after the lake's ice melts and before summer sediment swirls and algae blooms
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this is similar to the dcc spellcasting.
The Challenges Game System was an 8 page restatement of D&D written by Tom Moldvay. James Maliszewski has a brief rundown of the game here. The one place where Moldvay seriously complicates his otherwise streamlined system is with the attack table. It's an interesting one-roll alternative to ...
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Eventually he moved in with his parents in Vegas, hoping to save money while he worked on a book, a sequel to George Orwell’s 1984. He didn’t finish it.
Terry Davis, a schizophrenic programmer, has spent 10 years building an operating system to talk to God.
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Imagine calling Heaven's tech support to complain about your connection.  You'd be on hold for eternity.
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Going right into my DCC Judges binder!
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RIP Mary Ellen Mark, 1940-2015 I first saw her work in a 1991 issue of Rolling Stone. (I had a subscription then). You can see the same photos I saw in that issue on her site. This photograph, this...
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anyone did anything like urban sandbox? something almost but not quite like west marches experiment just somehow in urban setting? any blogs, sites, actual play blogs...vornheim stop!
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Back in the day I usually ran towns like sandboxes. You'd give players a map with keyed buildings and they'd have to wander around to go shopping or see what was there. There were random encounters every X feet or minutes. Some buildings had surprises. There were wandering npcs with secrets or missions, criminals, monsters in dark corners out in the sewers or disguised in plain sight.

It wasn't a campaign, just a visit to town.

Haven't really done this in years. Players lack the patience so we just hand wave towns now. Shopping is abstract. You walk thru the city gate and "teleport" to the shop you want.

I kinda miss the old way. It was tedious and time consuming but fun, and you got a feel for the place.
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How interesting that she quotes Marie Curie, who also experimented with radioactive substances; those same substances killed her.
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Do you know how the internet gets across the ocean? This amazing map shows every cable that makes it possible.
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"Cities, like cats, will reveal themselves at night," wrote the poet Rupert Brooke. From Nightwalking by Matthew Beaumont.
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