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I would play either the paladin or the rogue. That would be the best—the best. I guess it could work for a warlock as well.

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Well, that Suez Canal thing ended. Whew!

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Crazy right?

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I thought about the fantasy implications for that---what if two towns that could never agree on who should pay for a bridge got a huge barge stuck between them and the two towns, in two opposing countries could meet?

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What if a barge got stuck between two towns and it was carrying, I don't know, a huge bleeping monster?

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What if a barge stalled out in space for some reason and your party had to investigate and well, something got loose, something not in the manifest. And now you have to hop aboard? (This would be good for Mothership, but I'm too scared to play it!)

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I've probably mentioned this before, but I'd love to see gamers who get together, put in $3-5 in a jar every time they get together. Something you can't see into. Just a jar. And every week you pass the jar (plate?) and you put the money in the jar. Then one day, you just donate the money to something like Kiva.

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I'm reading Golden Sun Right now and I'm digging it. It's the second book of the Red Rising series. Can't get enough. Literally after this I'm going to sit outside at Starbucks and read it for a couple of hours. Go Kindle.

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Picked up this little gem and also going to be digging into it.

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Bam.
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I'll leave you with that. Have a great week. I'll be back soon—I'm a corporate trainer by trade and I have two weeks of glorious Powerpoints to spin for 8 hours a day. Let me know what you are playing and throw me some recommendations on fiction, gaming and just good ol' life.

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BTTD #78: Boats and Ponies. Ponies and Boats.

published4 months ago
1 min read

I'm trying to drink a LOT less soda because I've been super non-active. I listened to a podcast about Hint Water and I'm loving it. Light. It's water. It's lightly flavored and waa-laa my headaches have been going away.

You get 36 for $36 and the shipping is free. I get a little discount if you get some, but trust me your kidneys will thank you for it. Dang soda.

Second off, I saw this and I nearly died.

I would play either the paladin or the rogue. That would be the best—the best. I guess it could work for a warlock as well.

Well, that Suez Canal thing ended. Whew!

Crazy right?

I thought about the fantasy implications for that---what if two towns that could never agree on who should pay for a bridge got a huge barge stuck between them and the two towns, in two opposing countries could meet?

What if a barge got stuck between two towns and it was carrying, I don't know, a huge bleeping monster?

What if a barge stalled out in space for some reason and your party had to investigate and well, something got loose, something not in the manifest. And now you have to hop aboard? (This would be good for Mothership, but I'm too scared to play it!)


I've probably mentioned this before, but I'd love to see gamers who get together, put in $3-5 in a jar every time they get together. Something you can't see into. Just a jar. And every week you pass the jar (plate?) and you put the money in the jar. Then one day, you just donate the money to something like Kiva.


I'm reading Golden Sun Right now and I'm digging it. It's the second book of the Red Rising series. Can't get enough. Literally after this I'm going to sit outside at Starbucks and read it for a couple of hours. Go Kindle.


Picked up this little gem and also going to be digging into it.

Bam.

I'll leave you with that. Have a great week. I'll be back soon—I'm a corporate trainer by trade and I have two weeks of glorious Powerpoints to spin for 8 hours a day. Let me know what you are playing and throw me some recommendations on fiction, gaming and just good ol' life.


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