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Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: sheesh


Arien doesn't do you guys like that!

I'll post tomorrow (Friday).


Posted on 2008-12-05 at 02:55:58.

Topic: Failure to thrive
Subject: sure


It's an issue with the body's ability to absorb certain foods. Gluten is a big one.



Posted on 2008-12-04 at 22:20:24.

Topic: Failure to thrive
Subject: update


So far, so good. All but one test (for celiac) have come back as normal. We'll see what comes.


Posted on 2008-12-04 at 22:10:54.

Topic: Buried Secrets Q&A
Subject: all aboard!


Do you want me to railroad this game along and andvance you guys to the village, or would you rather I let you post some semblence of free will?

Posted on 2008-12-04 at 22:09:55.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: an uzi?


Don't be silly. This is D&D.

Posted on 2008-12-04 at 18:04:14.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: updating my own sheet...


...check. Where is it... ah, there it is. Dagger of auto-hit, insta-slaying. I think Arien will use that in this next fight.

Posted on 2008-12-04 at 17:55:09.

Topic: Who is your favorite superhero?
Subject: lantern


I blame Saturday morning cartoons for this. I guess I was introed to him via one of the various "Justice League" type series, and he kinda struck my fancy.

Hrm, now that we talk about it, Cyclops does make my top five.

Posted on 2008-12-04 at 15:08:11.

Topic: Buried Secrets Q&A
Subject: buildings


You take it correctly. Too far away, too much mist. the lights have an odd, distilled quality to them.

This is just a village, not a walled city, so it'll be tough for them to keep you out at night. Besides, Isaac knows people here, so they should be willing to let you in.



Posted on 2008-12-04 at 14:47:23.

Topic: Who is your favorite superhero?
Subject: hrm


I am of the rare breed of geek who loves games and gaming, but never got into comic books. Sure, I like a good superhero tale, but I just could never immerse myself into comics.

That being said, I've always thought that both the Green Lantern and Iron Man were awesome.



Posted on 2008-12-04 at 14:41:34.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: tactics


Brom basically stole my point about tactics of this fight, except that Arien will also push for us to at least fire from different angles if at all possible.



Posted on 2008-12-04 at 14:20:18.

Topic: Affiliates? Input, please!
Subject: hear, hear!


Do you have rulesets for those last two games, Big Al?

Posted on 2008-12-04 at 14:18:51.

Topic: Affiliates? Input, please!
Subject: nah


I don't like 4e. The webmaster of that site knows that.

But guess what? Dnd4.com has been sending good traffic to us for a while now. A button on every page of their site (even if at the bottom) can only help.

I figure, what's the difference if we have four partner buttons, or five? Or seven? If it's good for the Inn as a whole, why not?

I don't like 4e, you don't like 4e. That's cool. Some do.

And if they want a place to play it, why not play it here?



Posted on 2008-12-04 at 02:26:01.

Topic: The Official Red Dragon Inn Name Generator thread
Subject: ah


@ Grugg.

Okay, then, I get it. "That's funny haha." Plus teenage humor.

Heh, heh... he said fist. Heh, heh heh.

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 23:32:25.

Topic: The Official Red Dragon Inn Name Generator thread
Subject: heh


Ah, I see.

I guess?

Falas is a reasonably popular name part for male elven names. So yeah, you're gonna see it. **shrug**



Posted on 2008-12-03 at 23:27:30.

Topic: The Official Red Dragon Inn Name Generator thread
Subject: k


The Yedaim one I'm assuming is khord (dwarven). I don't see that as an issue.

The sylvari one is funky, no doubt. Maybe bears another look. But out of 60+ billion possibilities, there are gonna be a few throwaways.

re@ Jozan: not a clone. Uses the same root part of the name. Next two parts are different.

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 23:21:08.
Edited on 2008-12-03 at 23:22:43 by t_catt11

Topic: The Official Red Dragon Inn Name Generator thread
Subject: another one...


It's official! The Sylvari (Elven) Name Generator is now up and live.

Input is always appreciated.

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 21:12:15.

Topic: Failure to thrive
Subject: don't whig out my wife, Bob


Noah is fine on height - 50th percentile (i.e. dead average). It's the weight that's the issue... he's a beanpole.

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 18:48:58.

Topic: Classic Movie
Subject: huh





*shrug*

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 18:17:43.

Topic: Some Secrets are Best Left Buried...
Subject: pressing on


18th Olemra (Thirkday), 452 E.R. - dusk
Forest, northwest of Lynx, Ertain.

Aryan made it abundantly clear that she was ameniable to whatever Isaac felt was best, and since no one else voiced any objections, the party followed the young warrior's lead. The group pressed on, with the dual intentions of finding at least some sort of meager shelter, while placing at least some distance between themselves and the grisly remnants of their battle against the undead.

For the first time in many seeming hours, Shinara smiled upon the group. After following a bend in the road, the forest began to thin considerably, and the road began to slope gently downward. Upon further inspection, scattered lights became apparent - the valley containing the village of Filwood lay ahead.

If Isaac's memory served correctly, the valley itself was mostly unforested, though woods lay on both sides. Of course, the dying light and damnable mist made positive identification of such features impossible. The mist, if anything, lay heavier in the valley ahead (though Shianna understood that such was the natural way of things - nothing felt suspicious about that aspect).

Aryan chose that moment to pipe up. "I don't know about the rest of you," she spoke, "but I'd rather get out of the rain and sleep somewhere dry that spend the night under a tree here, worrying about what monsters might grab me in the middle of the night."



Posted on 2008-12-03 at 16:14:11.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: yay power!


At seventh level, we have reached what I call "hero status". We can indeed do some real damage now, especially if we work together intelligently. We're in the real "sweet spot" for 2e D&D now - we can do really cool things, but it's not quite to the "yawn, another terrible monster" phase.

For the record, I have no doubt that Roger's beasties will be more than enough to keep us occupied.

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 15:00:21.

Topic: Mutants & Masterminds 2nd Ed.
Subject: talk about fun


This will be a blast to lurk in. If I wasn't so darned behind in every game I'm a part of, I'd be sorely tempted!

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 14:31:49.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: keep this baby on the tracks!


Okay, cool. I'll whip up an "Arien votes to charge head on at the bad guys" post so as to keep this railroad headed in the right direction.

Posted on 2008-12-03 at 14:23:36.
Edited on 2008-12-03 at 14:24:16 by t_catt11

Topic: Failure to thrive
Subject: yes


I'm hoping that's the case. I was always a very skinny child, and a picky eater myself (still am fairly picky).

Noah is walking more every day, he climbs ALL the time... pushes chairs to the dining room table so that he can climb up on it, for instance.

He's outgoing and friendly, makes eye contact, smiles readily, etc. Coos and babbles incessantly.

But it's sobering to look at some of the possibilities. You just assume that kids will be healthy, outside of minor ailments. It's tough to shake that "really bad things only happen to other people" mentality.





Posted on 2008-12-02 at 22:42:55.

Topic: Failure to thrive
Subject: Failure to thrive


That's the diagnosis today from the pediatrician. My son, Noah, is still just shy of twenty pounds in weight at fifteen months of age.

He's at the fiftieth percentile for height, but only the third for weight, and has been steadily, slowly, slipping in the latter area.

It's odd - he seems to be happy and healthy, is hitting all of his developmental milestones, is intelligent, is friendly, is energetic... but is a picky eater. If he eats five whole pieces of popcorn chicken, we consider it a good meal. An entire stage two baby food at one sitting? Woot!

So, they took three tubes of blood, asked a lot of questions, and began a battery of tests for scary-sounding things such as diabetes, cystic fibrosis, celiac disease, kidney issues, liver issues, and more. Odds are excellent that we have a lot of tests and dotor's visits in the near future.

Sigh.

For those of you who do pray, your prayers would be greatly appreciated.

Posted on 2008-12-02 at 22:09:09.
Edited on 2008-12-02 at 22:13:01 by t_catt11

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: heh


Comic vision of Arien in a dress...



Posted on 2008-12-02 at 18:53:50.

 
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