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    Writing, the outdoors, gaming, roleplaying games.

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  1. I think the Mick Jaggernaut is a fun and powerful complement to frenzy and str 4 as it opens up a lot of surf options on pieces that their coach might think is safe a step away from the side line. And since you already have high MA, you can threaten both side lines at ones if you're in the middle of the pitch, which is pretty awesome. But for general value, the +MA is solid. MB on an elf will make him a huge target, though I guess those muscles will help. It's a boring choice but not a bad one.
  2. That's a fair take, tbh. Play it as it was written when people signed up.
  3. 16:00 UTC is good for me. No need to go to any trouble.
  4. We can go for 16:00 UTC tomorrow, Tuesday then?
  5. Allright @Kjelstad let's mop this up shall we? I can do most days 08:00-19:00 UTC kickoff, 16-17 preferred. Sunday is out, and Thursday I'm gone for a few hours in the early evening. Let me know.
  6. The Ballad of Blunderous Bob Blunderous Bob was a dirty old peasant, Not very clever but generally pleasant. When asked to play Blood Bowl, He said "Not fer nuffin!" The head coach was friendly and offered a muffin. Most of his time, Bob spent on the bench. But he didn't mind it, ('xcept for the stench). Knights in their armour Can still take a beating. So coach yelled at Bob: "Get in and start cheating!" For good looks or wit, he had not been hired. Nay t'was other traits, the coach had desired. A harmless old peon; No threatening brute. Overlooked by opponents, Could give them the boot. Despite Bob's best efforts, his team was in trouble. With few players left, their efforts must double. Bob quickly need learn An unknown position. When catching the ball Became his new mission. Bob huffed and ran and blundered and stumbled, He tried really hard, but the catch he still fumbled. If you think to find In this story a lesson. No doubt it should be: Don't pass to a peasant.
  7. We actually booked for tomorrow? Though I don't mind playing today, as it happens. Just poke me on Discord when you are back, or let me know in advance when you'll be back.
  8. Doomy when he hears someone mention Discord:
  9. I didn't think there were people less apt with information technology than Doomy. But here we are.
  10. To get an image to post you need a hyperlink that ends with the image name, like http://place.link/amazonblitzer.jpg and it will automatically pop up in your message. You need to host the image somewhere. I use Imgur.
  11. That should be fine. Let's book Saturday 26th 16:00 UTC for now.
  12. @thunderstruck I already have two matches scheduled this week so I'd prefer if we go for sometime after Sunday. I can generally kick off 09:00-19:00 UTC but I prefer around 16-17.
  13. I've been reading less lately because of my general state of mind (which is a bit jumbled for... eh.. reasons). But I'm still keeping up with at least one book per week, though I doubt I'll get close to the 90 books I read (or listened to) last year. Recently, I've been going through the entire Murderbot series, which is a bunch of novelettes and a novel, starting with All Systems Red, by Martha Wells. It's about a rogue security android, part machine, part cultured human stem cells, who breaks its "governor module" (i.e. slave driver circuit) and becomes rogue. These stories are absolutely brilliant, seen through the eyes of someone who struggles with the need for social connection while simultaneously despising humans and contact with them. (I definitely identify with that.) It manages to be cold-hearted and heart-warming and heart-wrenching all at once. Highly, highly recommended, even for readers who might not usually like SF. I'm currently going through some more sci-fi classics as well, so I'm now reading Solaris, and I have The Ship Who Sang and Flowers for Algernon queued up after that. My biggest non-fiction recommendation from recently is Range by David Epstein, which weighs the value of general versus specific knowledge, with a lot of really fascinating examples.
  14. You have no idea what the final game is going to be like. Instead of being a doomsayer, why don't you help the community make sure the final product lives up to our expectations? They've specifically stated that they'll implement the most requested features during early access. So get your shit together and help us make this game good, or stay out of the discussion with your negativity, please and thank you.
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