OK. I've been away from the computer for a while (I'll explain that somewhere else.) and have had time to accumulate about a hundred of these pairs, so, unless there's an awful lot of repetition, it'll take a few instalments to get them all done.
I'm going to break from the RPG sources briefly and start with a TV commercial that has been bothering me for some months now. At one point in the commercial, they show two plates of pasta side-by-side. The one on the left has one little fibre
Updated 12-09-2009 at 11:23 AM by TAROT
Well, I haven't been around here for some time.
Somewhere around the beginning of May, I tweaked my sciatic nerve and spent a couple of months on my back, and then a couple more alternating between walking and prone. Sitting down became something I could tolerate for extended periods in September, I guess. Then the kidney stones hit in October and gave me something else to worry about.
At any rate, I haven't been using the computer much, never mind spending any time online.
Updated 12-07-2009 at 12:58 AM by TAROT
So I've been playing a few MUD's lately. Namely, Awakened Worlds and Dark Forces. In general, I find MUDs fun, but annoying. The most annoying part is finding stuff to do other than grind away my life. Awakened Worlds offers easy access to runs but so far in Dark Forces, all I've been able to do is wander around an kill small stuff all the while waiting for something interesting to happen. Granted, if I'm new to a system it'll naturally have a learning curve, but Dark Forces doesn't even seem to
Updated 12-09-2009 at 05:59 AM by TaiRei
After the unfortunate bridge incident the PC's decide to push on despite the damage the trap inflicted.
They enter the outer bailey of the ruined castle. Before them lies the ruins of an ancient town that once thrived within the castle walls. All that survives now though are a few ruined buildings, piles of rubble and the back half of the old church. The entire scene is covered by several inches of snow and the cold north wind drives snow into the faces of the PC's. Numerous sets of
Updated 12-05-2009 at 11:26 PM by kirksmithicus
Review – Pathfinder Chronicles – Seeker of Secrets
Well here I am, back again for another review of Pathfinder products. This time I have the pleasure of reviewing a smaller product. An issue of the Chronicle series called “Seeker of Secrets”. This issue deals with the Pathfinder Organization itself. The information in this book will give you a lengthy description as to its rank structure, rules & tenets, recruiting methods and its current status in all of the different