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Messages - Snowman0147

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Remember what I tried to do with the play by post you were in.  The one were you played as investigators trying to figure out what happened to the science team at that abandoned base in Antarctica?

Perception and blinders are powerful things.  In my horror games only those with potency can see cracks that lead to hidden places.  They can see threats looming outside the senses of the common people.  Once people remove their blinders you can now see the city under a new light.  Wander new corners.  Even explore the thirteenth floor despite the fact that the building doesn't have a thirteenth floor.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« on: December 27, 2020, 09:27:52 pm »
It is one bill.  One bill so full of pork and with barely any time to read that even AOC bitched about it in twitter and yet still voted yes for it.  Tulsi was the only one that I know among the democrats that voted against the bill out of basic decency.  You don't vote yes on bills if you don't know what is in it.  Bills are like the devil contracts, but everyone suffers instead of the politicians that sign it.

Play by Post Games / Re: IC: B/X Forest of a Thousand Deaths
« on: December 27, 2020, 10:20:22 am »
A few prisoners do flee, but not towards the forest as everyone knows it is suicide to enter those haunted woods.  No they run passed the caged wagons and into the fields.  Even if the guards shoot them in the back with crossbows it would be a better death than what would lie in those woods.

Sadly the guards didn't need their crossbows...

The sigils branded on their backs begins to glow white hot till the escapees either drop from the pain, or the strong man got to a hundred yards.  At that point the brand set his entire body to be consumed by white flame.  A most painful end.

The others that were too weak to resist the pain had to crawl back while hearing the captain laugh.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« on: December 26, 2020, 01:25:11 am »
Pat I said I thought you were neutral.  I didn't state you were neutral.  Give me some credibility that I don't shove my foot in my mouth.

Though in honesty why haven't put Rawma on ignore?  What are you exactly getting out of him?  From my view point your just rewarding him with unwarranted attention that he so desperately seeks.  Seriously stop feeding this disingenuous troll.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« on: December 25, 2020, 08:21:00 pm »
You really see the world that way, don't you? That people are divided into two groups, with comprehensive and mutually incompatible beliefs. So all you have to do is learn one thing that someone believes, and you know everything there is to know about them.

That's sad. You're like a child who was raised in a box, and has never seen the range of wonders in the wider world.

I bet you can predict what rawma thinks on any particular topic just by knowing that he is left wing.

It is rawma's fault for making that bed.  Now let him lay in it.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Here's your Mask Protocol
« on: December 25, 2020, 08:14:47 pm »
Can we just ignore HappyDaze and Mistwell already?  They don't want a discussion, or add anything to these discussions.  They just want to give us the same bullshit which was proven to not be true in prior threads.  They want us to shut up.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Here's your Mask Protocol
« on: December 25, 2020, 08:24:39 am »
Man I wasted a good Dr. Seuss reference.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Covid, the "lockdowns" etc.
« on: December 24, 2020, 08:02:05 pm »
I thought you are neutral Pat.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: Here's your Mask Protocol
« on: December 24, 2020, 07:52:06 pm »

Step 1: Throw away your damn mask.
Step 2: Stop living like a fucking cuck.

And they say on this day Spinachcat's balls grew three sizes.  The Spinachcat had a strength of ten Spinachcats plus two.


Yeah, but that's everybody's game group though. Whether it is actually true or not.

It is pretty much the DM version of "let me tell you about my character" level of cringe.

He only did that because critics were calling his players stupid power gamers.  He was merely defending his players.

Play by Post Games / Re: IC: B/X Forest of a Thousand Deaths
« on: December 22, 2020, 01:24:53 pm »
As you make towards the edge of the forest and you can see the classical ill sign of thick fog crawling out of the thick foliage of the trees.  You heard tales of these woods and the fact that the Three Kingdoms consider this place forbidden does not sit well with you.  Tales of fae, ghosts, witches, and worst makes your raise.

The guards armed their crossbows and aimed at you.  They take you out of the wagon one by one which to your young thief is a good sign.  She had gotten a few leery stares from the younger guards.

Strange men in expensive garbs had emerge from their comfortable looking wagon.  They are holding metal rods with the tips have glowing white hot azoth.  The guards begin to strip you naked till your backs are exposed.  Then these guards firmly plant you all on the ground by force like your animals ready to be branded.  Oh you were branded.  When that azoth touched you the pain was like being strike by lightning and burning alive all at once.  The pain felt like it took forever.  When it was done all you can do is lay there and silently cry.  Through the tears you see other cage wagons arriving and with the same treatment before passing out from the pain.

Next day you wake up in your cage and ordered to leave the wagon.  There is about a twenty other prisoners outside of group.  Their backs exposed with the same markings you have.  Finally the guard captain speaks.

"If you want to escape, then escape."

Play by Post Games / Re: IC: B/X Forest of a Thousand Deaths
« on: December 19, 2020, 10:17:57 am »
It seems she had already blessed you in a way with her share of the rations, or perhaps you should burn them as offerings to her spirit to make her journey easier.

The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Re: 2020 Election Commentary
« on: December 18, 2020, 11:25:56 pm »
Geesus, Leftists are such lying, delusional fucking morons.

Semper Fidelis,

Yeah, some are. But there are also a lot of lying, delusional Trumpkins who have shown over and over that they are fucking morons. But hey, thanks for reminding me why I usually avoid this Tangency-like cesspit of ignorant rage and delusional bullshit.

Then leave.

Made the IC thread.

Play by Post Games / IC: B/X Forest of a Thousand Deaths
« on: December 15, 2020, 10:31:18 am »
It had been weeks of accursed travel and you can smell nothing, but rot.  These so called "civilized men" of the kingdom known as Barista had kept you caged like animals.  Inside your cage is especially bad as the weather and foul treatment from the guards had lead to the demise of the eldest shamaness. 

Age had reached her and she wasn't as strong as she was in her prime.  Still she was strong enough to raise two boys who eventually became warriors.  Warriors who are lucky enough to see their mother lying dead and rotting in a cage as if she is discarded garbage.  Rage is not enough to describe your emotions right now. 

The fog grows thicker and carries a faint yet familiar feeling of dread.  No...  The rage slowly dies out as you realize the harpies gave that old woman a mercy.  These mad men of Barista are heading towards Silence the Forbidden Forest.  The Forest of a Thousand Deaths.

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