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Topic: Voyages of the Rocinante - Firefly RPG QnA
Subject: Woohoo - getting good

Great posts so far. With Wyatt's course of action I need specifics for my next move.

How will Wolf try to intercept Chad? Will he get between him and Pearson with the mule? Or will he go around in front of him and try to cut him off from running. A thrid option would be to barrel over him but I assume you don't want to do that.

It's Tann's call but I allow discussion of options.

Posted on 2010-07-16 at 12:36:38.

Topic: Robin Hood and Friar Tuck, Zombie Killers
Subject: I Will

Before the friar can get up to answer the door, it swings open to reveal a tall young man with a smiling face and dapper poise. Clad head to toe in red, from his silk shirt, his linen cape and to his hose, stood Will Scarlett. His hand rested easily upon the hilt of his sword while the other doffed his hat in respect of the elder cleric.

“Tuck! My good man! “ he said with a laugh, “I thought I heard the sound of a mead keg being tapped in this vicinity. Be a friend and pour a mug for me as well, for I am in sore need of your wisdom and advice.” Will entered and closed the door behind him, pausing to lean his ash bow against the wall in its customary spot, “A man, whose word I accept as dearly as I would both you or Robin, told me he saw my father upon the roadways. This would be welcome news were not my father been dead née three years now. When I hear a tale such as that, I need a stiff drink and a man with his ear to the good lord. What say you Tuck?”

Posted on 2010-07-15 at 19:06:32.
Edited on 2010-07-15 at 19:09:30 by Alacrity

Topic: eSimBaseball
Subject: D&D or B&B

Shouldn't we do a more fantasy based fantasy game? Like Gladiator teams? Or mass land combat?

Call me a purist....

Posted on 2010-07-15 at 16:46:18.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: smite!

Ack Pfft!

Posted on 2010-07-15 at 16:39:29.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: Some fun facts

I found some info on chili sauce you may find interesting.

It seems British sailors brought back from Malaysian a spicy fish sauce called Ke-tsiap. It appears they added tomatoes, spices, sugar, vinegar etc. and voila = Ketchup was born around 1800s.

The British already had mushroom ketchup for sandwiches thus this became tomato ketchup. Now if you add more cayenne, onions, & garlic, you had tomato Chilli sauce. It appears we have been spelling it incorrectly for sometime.

The British took both to the US where locate farmers in the south started to bottle their own variations eg green chilli sauce and today's hot sauce with more and more hot chilies in them. To the North, they "bland" it down, removing most of the heat.

Now according to the researcher - the word Ketchup was used in the US by Heinz. Del Monte referred to it as catsup, but, only east of Mississippi. West of it it is all Ketchup except in Iowa where it is known as Tomato Cornchops. Not sure if this is true, sounds far fetched to me. I had always believed ketchup was Canadian pronounciation and catsup was America. You, my American friends, can confirm or deny this theory.

Posted on 2010-07-15 at 11:56:55.

Topic: RPG Myth Breakers #3 - Stealth in Armor
Subject: relax

If we are not off topic by the 2nd page, then it wouldn't be the RDI forum.

Next on Deadliest Warriors - Accountants vs. Sales Reps.

Posted on 2010-07-14 at 19:32:22.

Topic: RPG Myth Breakers #3 - Stealth in Armor
Subject: don't get me started

Deadilest warrior and empirical data do not meet.

"Let's test this claymore on a sack of cement. Then we will test this spear on a sack of potatoes. The spear is clearly a better weapon"

Who comes up with this crap?

Posted on 2010-07-14 at 18:51:01.

Topic: RPG Myth Breakers #3 - Stealth in Armor
Subject: Ninjas

Ninja > Pirates

Grugg shall be flogged, flogged again and flogged once more for good measure.

Posted on 2010-07-14 at 18:44:18.

Topic: RPG Myth Breakers #3 - Stealth in Armor
Subject: ninja pirates

You can't have ninja pirates! That goes against the ages old argument of which is cooler ninja or pirates? If you can have ninja pirates then the answer would become - ninja pirates of course and no one would debate it.

Posted on 2010-07-14 at 16:37:58.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: interesting

That is certainly more along the Thai Chili sauce idea but still good to know. Funny too, since I am making pork tonight.

Posted on 2010-07-14 at 16:24:03.

Topic: Voyages of the Rocinante - Firefly RPG QnA
Subject: YOOHOO?

Anyone out there? Only Robert has posted and he's on vacation.

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 18:02:10.

Topic: Characters without stories
Subject: Captain Justin Case

I developed Captain Justin Case for a Serenity RPG game that I never got to play. Shame to because I really wanted to try being a captain.

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 16:40:18.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: off topic

Moving back to chili sauce now, which doesn't really have much to do with chili con carne. Maybe I'll make a ribs and chili con carne thread later.

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 16:32:49.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: Really

Not without portapotties.

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 16:23:23.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: oh my

I usually have to make a mild batch for my family and friends but I can make you cry for more my dear friend. Come on down ....or up actually as the case may be. I don't claim that mine is the best in the world, but I have a few fans.

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 16:10:44.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: chili con carne

I make chili (the stew/soup) or chili con carne all the time and I consider myself a master of that dish. It is the sauce that I am interested in.

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 14:55:52.

Topic: RPG Myth Breakers #3 - Stealth in Armor
Subject: Thank you

We love you back.

A special thanks to Bromern for the art in this episode. I love his "camera" angles.

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 14:01:33.

Topic: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry
Subject: chili sauce - a cooking inquiry

I realize this has nothing to do with gaming or dice or D&D. So be it! Call me a rebel!

Pardon this strange line of inquiry, but I have a question for you and I want to poll as many people as I can. The question is:

What do you think a chili sauce is?

This started because I am looking at making chili sauce. To me, a chili sauce is a tomato based sauce that is somewhere between ketchup and chutney. Thicker and chunky than ketchup but not the spiciness of a chutney - Very similar to a relish. However in perusing periodicals in my quest for a recipe, I have found that most chili sauces do not have chilies in them. Usually they are a combination of tomatoes, onions, green peppers and red peppers, but not chilies. Yes, peppers are a member of the chili family but a distant cousin at best. This has lead me to wonder about the history of chili sauce, and how it came to be? Was it an India based chutney that was tamed down by English settlers? Or a Mexican sauce that lost its potency as it migrated northward? To the computer and Google I went but came up with little useful information. What can I say, I'm not Alton Brown. But I wonder if what I think a chili sauce is might not be what others do.

So readers. when I say Chili sauce - what do you envision? One step away from ketchup or something a bit more fiery?

Posted on 2010-07-13 at 12:55:55.

Topic: LD Filler: Life Through the Eyes...
Subject: I like it!

Simple but to the point. Needs a logo on it and the website on the back.

Posted on 2010-07-12 at 13:37:59.

Topic: LD Filler: Life Through the Eyes...
Subject: I second the motion

I really think that needs to be a T-shirt for Loaded Dice. If we could do that , I'd wear and promote it at Fan Expo in Toronto.

Posted on 2010-07-12 at 12:47:17.

Topic: Continuing Where We Last Left Off Q&A
Subject: Glad you like it

Good to have it going again.

Posted on 2010-07-11 at 14:33:43.

Topic: World Cup Finals
Subject: saute

I'm surprise the people of germany didn't saute that octopus in garlic butter when it predicted Spian would beat them.

Posted on 2010-07-09 at 17:34:38.

Topic: World Cup Finals
Subject: Go Netherlands!

Either way, the party will be spectacular.

Posted on 2010-07-09 at 15:42:45.

Topic: LD Filler: Life Through the Eyes...
Subject: I'll take the matrix

Given the choice I'd prefer seeing things as a roleplayer.

Nice one Lyra.

Posted on 2010-07-09 at 13:36:22.

Topic: Voyages of the Rocinante - Firefly RPG QnA
Subject: New knows

It was pointed out to me that since the game was on hiatus for awhile that no one might realize the significance of the man with the strongbox running from the Mining Guild.

So I rolled a Alertness+Intelligence for all three watchers (considering his head is turned away and blocked by strongbox). Sam is the only party member to realize that the runner is Chad Sloat - the mining guild rep you brought to this planet so he could file the ballots for a Mining Guild election. Why he is running and why they are calling him a thief, you do not know.

Posted on 2010-07-08 at 14:44:33.


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