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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Funnily enough, there was a Japanese employee and his wife in the booth. I befriended them, exchanged numbers, and we're planning to meet up at one point, apparently. :giggle:
    Careful. They'll invite you to their home and encase you in a robot suit; thereby producing the first cyborg of the world who they will affectionately name - or keep the name - Aiko.

    (Original post by Matisse)
    I actually asked the staff if I could sit down below and she just looked at me with a confused expression on her face and said "no". :sad:
    :console: Couldn't've you have just left the booth? :erm:

    (Original post by Matisse)
    I somehow doubt this would happen. :tongue:
    You underestimate the beast which lies dormant inside Luke. :indiff:

    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Communist China should become Imperial China :3
    Something i've been advocating for quite some time. :yes:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    :teeth:

    Can I play? :puppyeyes:
    If you have a 4th Edition Players Handbook and a means of getting to Shrewsbury then I don't see why not :p:

    Nonsense. You're too tasty not to eat :drool:
    ... :sigh:


    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    :giggle: I must play one day. :yes: How long do the games last? Couldn't the DM just make it absurdly difficult with monsters and demons jumping out left and right?
    Games last as long as the DM makes them last. Today we had a five hour game but they can range from anywhere between one and ten hours at a time depending on how hardcore you are.

    The longest game I played was seven hours long!

    The DM could make it insanely difficult but the idea of the game is to challenge the players and make it fun. It's no fun if you end up with a Total Party Wipeout (TPW) unless you have a particularly sadistic DM.
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Careful. They'll invite you to their home and encase you in a robot suit; thereby producing the first cyborg of the world who they will affectionately name - or keep the name - Aiko.
    :sad:

    :console: Couldn't've you have just left the booth? :erm:
    I couldn't, otherwise I'd miss the basketball. I couldn't just waltz into the area below without a designated ticket. :tongue:

    You underestimate the beast which lies dormant inside Luke. :indiff:
    I've learnt to never underestimate anything, especially the man I married. :sadnod:
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    (Original post by The_Pudding_Earl)
    If you have a 4th Edition Players Handbook and a means of getting to Shrewsbury then I don't see why not :p:

    ... :sigh:
    The second step is such an effortless task, but I bet those books are purposely difficult to come by, aren't they? :giggle:

    Is it worth crawling to the top of Mount Doom to acquire such a dark book? :beard:

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    (Original post by Matisse)
    I couldn't, otherwise I'd miss the basketball. I couldn't just waltz into the area below without a designated ticket. :tongue:
    I'd imagine anywhere you waltzed exceptions would be made. :cute:

    (Original post by Matisse)
    I've learnt to never underestimate anything, especially the man I married. :sadnod:
    Oh but men must be underestimated. It drives them to work harder in order to please their partner. :yes: Without psychological morale one would just end up with a common potato of a husband. :sad:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Oh but men must be underestimated. It drives them to work harder in order to please their partner. :yes: Without psychological morale one would just end up with a common potato of a husband. :sad:
    Don't give away the tricks of the trade to the other team :hmmm:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    The second step is such an effortless task, but I bet those books are purposely difficult to come by, aren't they? :giggle:

    Is it worth crawling to the top of Mount Doom to acquire such a dark book? :beard:

    :cookie:
    You can get the book at Waterstones, though you may have to order it in. I bought mine on day of release :p:
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    :indiff: Kag has been lying all along, he's really a 60 yr old woman with 40 years marriage experiance:eek:
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    (Original post by The_Pudding_Earl)
    Games last as long as the DM makes them last. Today we had a five hour game but they can range from anywhere between one and ten hours at a time depending on how hardcore you are.

    The longest game I played was seven hours long!

    The DM could make it insanely difficult but the idea of the game is to challenge the players and make it fun. It's no fun if you end up with a Total Party Wipeout (TPW) unless you have a particularly sadistic DM.
    Makes me want to play now. :cute: Can't think of who would play with me though. :erm: I hope i'll never be selected to be DM - the game would never end. :sigh:
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    (Original post by The_Pudding_Earl)
    You can get the book at Waterstones, though you may have to order it in. I bought mine on day of release :p:
    you people and your Debate and Disscussion:no:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Don't give away the tricks of the trade to the other team :hmmm:
    Oh no Alex. Women should never be underestimated. :indiff: Their monsters are far more ferocious than ours and much more intelligent. They will strike at your vulnerable spots with quick and efficient brutality. :afraid:

    But they're cute so i like to play with them. :cute:

    (Original post by vin)
    :indiff: Kag has been lying all along, he's really a 60 yr old woman with 40 years marriage experiance:eek:
    Well i'm never going to confide in you ever again. :hmpf:
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Makes me want to play now. :cute: Can't think of who would play with me though. :erm: I hope i'll never be selected to be DM - the game would never end. :sigh:
    You need a reasonable DM. If you can't decide straight away then you can take it in turns with your friends.

    (Original post by vin)
    you people and your Debate and Disscussion:no:
    :emog:
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    sorry :sad:
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    (Original post by The_Pudding_Earl)
    You can get the book at Waterstones, though you may have to order it in. I bought mine on day of release :p:
    Not the sort of noble quest I was hoping for :sad:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    Not the sort of noble quest I was hoping for :sad:
    ... Sorry to disapoint you.
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    Oh no Alex. Women should never be underestimated. :indiff: Their monsters are far more ferocious than ours and much more intelligent. They will strike at your vulnerable spots with quick and efficient brutality. :afraid:

    But they're cute so i like to play with them. :cute:
    You're playing with fire :no:
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    (Original post by The_Pudding_Earl)
    ... Sorry to disapoint you.
    No worries :giggle:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    You're playing with fire :no:
    The fires cute and relatively harmless to me who can handle the fire.

    (Original post by The_Pudding_Earl)
    You need a reasonable DM. If you can't decide straight away then you can take it in turns with your friends.
    Question: What does the rulebook do if the whole thing is imagination?
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    (Original post by Kagutsuchi)
    The fires cute and relatively harmless to me who can handle the fire.

    Question: What does the rulebook do if the whole thing is imagination?
    Poor deluded child :sad:
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    Wow... Only just realised there is a general chat forum....And ah the good old DnD days, Haven't played that in a while
 
 
 
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