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Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 3:28pm
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Posted By Morrigan
But 1950s Man is never wrong! :) I can't...

But 1950s Man is never wrong! :)

I can't wait until Marshall and Miguel argue about transubstantiation. That'll go on for years!
Forum: Archive Dec 15 '11, 2:48pm
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Posted By Morrigan
For the story, I'm happy to go with whatever...

For the story, I'm happy to go with whatever inspires the DM. For the mechanics, I'd like Shadowrun or old World of Darkness.
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 2:43pm
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Posted By Morrigan
"Oh he left me sometimes." Augustina said airily,...

"Oh he left me sometimes." Augustina said airily, bored with the conversation. She had danced and danced and Miguel had been there somewhere but not with her. "I was by myself and he was with...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 2:29pm
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Posted By Morrigan
Thank you, 1950s Man ;) I really want...

Thank you, 1950s Man ;)

I really want Marshall to be a Protestant paladin now. He and Miguel would have such arguments :D
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 4:16am
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Posted By Morrigan
Paz will grow up being fussed over by her mother....

Paz will grow up being fussed over by her mother. Fuss fuss fuss, all the time. With a certain amount of competitiveness with Zeal, particularly if she and Jarl have only boys. Once Augustina is...
Forum: Archive Dec 15 '11, 4:06am
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Forum: Archive Dec 15 '11, 3:57am
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Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 3:48am
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Posted By Morrigan
"The circus then paella and flamenco." Augustina...

"The circus then paella and flamenco." Augustina curved her arms as though dancing with a partner then took the lead like a man before switching back to the female partner, flicking her hair and...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 3:25am
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Posted By Morrigan
Paz I see as being chaotic. A free-spirit. CG...

Paz I see as being chaotic. A free-spirit. CG because someone would swiftly step in to curb any nasty behaviour. Serena could be LG or LN. I see Zeal being happier with her being lawful neutral than...
Forum: Claremont Academy Dec 15 '11, 3:21am
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Posted By Morrigan
http://i24.photobucket.com/albums/c38/ddevlin/Myth...

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Miyuki dissolved the network and fronted up with her team to the Headmaster.
With her parents watching. She wanted to...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 3:11am
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Posted By Morrigan
"I need other clothes." Augustina mused, waving...

"I need other clothes." Augustina mused, waving her arms so her sleeves rustled. "The acrobat had a tight vest." She twisted and flipped, missing a chest of drawers by inches. "But she danced with...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 2:57am
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Posted By Morrigan
Augustina isn't lawful, not by a longshot. Paz...

Augustina isn't lawful, not by a longshot. Paz might manage so too Ursula and Serena.
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 15 '11, 12:05am
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Posted By Morrigan
Your fiancee is right.

Your fiancee is right.
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 11:54pm
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Posted By Morrigan
Political Correctness is a First World problem....

Political Correctness is a First World problem. We clearly don't have enough to worry about.
No rant necessary :)
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 11:49pm
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Posted By Morrigan
Augustina demonstrated a phenomenal recollection...

Augustina demonstrated a phenomenal recollection of the dances she had seen the previous day, curving and twisting as she whirled to convey the life of the music to Gabriella, whom she knew would...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 11:29pm
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Posted By Morrigan
What manhole implies to me is a sewer entrance...

What manhole implies to me is a sewer entrance sized for a person to access. Clearly I am not offensive enough.
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 11:22pm
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Posted By Morrigan
"I am full of light." Augustina had dreamed of...

"I am full of light." Augustina had dreamed of the Moorish woman singing. She could hear the resonant possibilities of the music. Not quite flamenco, but she could dance to it and make it her own....
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 11:10pm
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Posted By Morrigan
Words only live if we use them. Verbal idiocy, PC...

Words only live if we use them. Verbal idiocy, PC included, doesn't persist. A manhole is a manhole :D
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 10:51pm
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Posted By Morrigan
Language reflects how we think and vice versa....

Language reflects how we think and vice versa. There was a good segment on Q.I. between Stephen Fry and Reg Hall about the how difficult it would be for a US Southerner with the classic drawl to be...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 10:42pm
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Views: 1,446
Posted By Morrigan
"It is no trouble." Ursula murmured shyly, happy...

"It is no trouble." Ursula murmured shyly, happy he was consoled by her idea. She gave him a small hug then detached herself. "Sleep well, my friend." The young woman bade him good night then took...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 10:36pm
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Posted By Morrigan
Anyone in the New World by definition has moved...

Anyone in the New World by definition has moved away from their ancestral dialect so it can come as a shock to find regional variations that are dramatic. I presume with China everyone defaults to...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 10:18pm
Replies: 377
Views: 1,446
Posted By Morrigan
"Here, this way." Ursula tiptoed downstairs to...

"Here, this way." Ursula tiptoed downstairs to guide the guests to their rooms. "I put water in the basins and soap and towels for you to freshen yourself." Late or not, the roads were dusty. "I...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 10:11pm
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Views: 47,649
Posted By Morrigan
That's how regional dialects start. When people...

That's how regional dialects start. When people didn't move around much generation to generation, their local accent became a patois. Some English regional dialects are damn near unintelligible.
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 10:02pm
Replies: 377
Views: 1,446
Posted By Morrigan
Once he had gone, Ursula cried a little. Not like...

Once he had gone, Ursula cried a little. Not like a child because she was not getting something she wanted but because it was soothing for her to do so. She mopped her face and went upstairs to ready...
Forum: The Maker Chronicles Dec 14 '11, 9:56pm
Replies: 10,700
Views: 47,649
Posted By Morrigan
You're a small town kind of guy :) And on...

You're a small town kind of guy :)

And on the plus side of social change, our Finance Minister has had a baby with her wife.
Our atheist, unmarried Prime Minister set the couple her congrats. :D
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