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At 9/30/12 08:15 AM, Haggard wrote:
At 9/28/12 05:34 AM, Coop wrote:
And I wouldn't be surprised, if the "old rivals" USA and Russia would still be snooping around in each others affairs.
At 9/28/12 01:58 AM, Haggard wrote:
Well, judging by the way that Russia and China are dealing with Syria, it's still in full swing.
At 9/27/12 04:10 AM, Coop wrote:
The Cold War USSR would have given modern day Germany a run for its money, as would have America. Wow, can you imagine the Cold War in the internet age? Espionage via Twitter...People always say "the cold war is over", but I'm not sure if I can believe them or not.
Something tells me there was a little Cold War about the death of the former Russian agent, Alexander Litvinenko, who was killed using Polonium-210, to poison him with radiation.
I'm not. It doesn't matter if it's only three notes or less. It sounds dramatic, it is music. So, it's "dramatic music". The Halloween theme (the main part of it) has only three notes as well: C, F and C#.
Oh, but now you're just bandying terms around. Like in Fantasia, when the narrator says "would the soundtrack kindly produce a sound?" and it produces a random sound that lasts less than a second. Still a sound, but not what we were after.
It still is "dramatic music".
But there is some dramatic music after Zoidberg demands MOOOOORRREEE!That's just a note or three. Hardly Beethoven's 5th, is it?
Alright, I conceed. Memory fail FTL :(
It also depends a lot on the players. In my old group, we more often than not got ourselves into trouble because of stupid actions from the players... ok, it didn't really help that one of the characters had a really low intelligence (he was a fighter, so... ^^). So the player only played his character. And he did it very well.
Nice story. But the DM should never get frustrated. Nothing better than a party that nearly kills themselves due to stupid arguments. Less work for the DM. ^^Oh, I've learned from these issues and gone on to run my own games. I think I'm doing marginally better.
Fair enough - I've had experiences of players who play to break the game. Just how it goes, I'm afraid.
Never encountered Ghouls in D&D, we didn't play it that much.
Ghouls in D&D are dead - they eat rotting flesh and can paralyse just by touch.
Oh, right. Maybe I was thinking of some other Ghouls from some other universe.
Do ghouls still have to go to the bathroom? I mean, they aren't exactly alive...They're still human. Just blood bound mortals, with a little Potence and possibly Fortitude added.
Fair enough - not everyone's cup of tea, I suppose.
Good thing Vampires are already dead. We managed to "survive" (ie, stay undead).
Oh... that's not fun.
I could have played that into an NPC encounter. "And yet the two members of house Ravnos still live? One day, their luck will run out, I am sure."There where no NPCs around. We where in the middle of an ocean and our helicopter just crashed. Because the pilot turned into a vampire as well...
Well, the helicopter was likely to explode, so rotshreck tests all around!
At 9/30/12 10:03 AM, Bahamut wrote:
At 9/29/12 09:32 AM, Coop wrote:
This is why I'm more reliant on public transport. Sucks for getting buses but I suppose I can't complain about the trains.
At 9/28/12 07:57 AM, Bahamut wrote:
I honestly wonder how long I'll remain without a car. In this modern age, it seems better off not using a car.To a certain extent, I agree. I think that it's too expensive to go and hire a car, just when you need one at the moment. Sad, but true.
Well, at least you have a heads up, when it comes to London meets. My setting is too rural for me to rely on public transport. If I relied on anything like that, I'd take the bike to work sooner.