Type: Posts; User: DarkMonkey
Search took 0.04 seconds.
It also highlights how projecting your understanding of how physics works on top of game mechanics can be disastrous- if you're only going by the rules, then you just have a line of people who can...
Moot's not a TED reject though, so probably nothing of it
It always baffles me when reddit uses the excuse of not finding content on reddit 'organically' to justify brigade bans. Like, I think that finding internet content by having it linked to me by...
Ran another session of that extremely intermittent dark heresy game yesterday.
Shotguns and greataxes are too much fun.
I disagree entirely, second ttgl movie finale is the superior version.
I love how he rocks the Aragorn profile pic
Oh man 56 backers, does this hype train have no brakes?
Kill la Kill II: The Search for Senketsu
Mhm, because it lowers the bar for everybody else. Why pay what someone's art is worth who's relying on commissions when somebody else can afford to offer the same quality for a pittance?
Also career mode, where things cost money to build that you earn by completing contracts. Marginally more significant than asteroids imo
Speaking of the undead our DM closed out our 5E oneshot yesterday by chucking a bunch of wights and a banshee at us. Those fucks are nasty, I tell you what.
As for 5E itself, I kinda like what...
Imagine going hog-wild with missiles inside a Bengal's flight deck
DM of the Rings comes to mind as topical
Also forgot to mention in d&d, now that the gnome changed characters to a tortoiseman druid the party is majority animal people of some description. Amusing.
I read some of the logs sometimes
Set up an immense colonization project to man an extra-kerbin manufactorum so you can send a ceaseless stream of them into the green maw.
Guts not saying guts, 0/10
The only place I've encountered freeforming over D&D is as a lead-up explanation/demonstration of what a roleplaying game is at all
It did earn a name, dogmeat was suggested, I don't remember what was decided on.
That yearlong game I would talk about went from level 3 to level 18 over the course of said year. The DM had planned for us to make it all the way to 20 but it just didn't bear out with the plot,...
Be interesting to see how this applies to flight testing if it takes off
Well seeing as how it's an app made by Americans there's a rather different set of assumptions for what 'across the border' means.
While cleaning, I found a 'make your own sheet of papyrus' kit I must have gotten at a museum over a decade ago. Our current D&D game is extremely Egypt-flavored, I'm gonna see if it's still good to...
I see people saying this a lot ("Oh yeah well your insurance returns it in the quality it was in and that includes wear and tear so eventually you'll be stuck with a piece of junk from the insurance...
It's spaceplane plus, surprising not very many people. Also enhanced navball indicators and crew transfer based on enhanced navball and CLS.
Possibility 1) The kid is ignoring you either on purpose or without realizing it
Possibility 2) Your baby has been kidnapped or killed or is dead on the side of the road oh god
I'm pretty hype for the Freelancer as a ship
It's a small world, after all
Yesterday's PTU was rather eventful. Highlights include:
FIGHT PIT. With pancakes.
Getting sent to deal with some drugged-out hippies causing trouble around town. Naturally, the two party members...
On the one hand, you're right. On the other hand, the crazy hobo screech is pretty hilarious.
Don't worry I also couldn't care less about fallout pnp.
On that note I've finally started concrete planning for my magical burst game. Gonna have their tsukaima hang out in an illusory hobo.
Oh, wow. I'll miss this crazy shit.
I'm glad I got hyped for the Freelancer instead of the connie. Much less strain on my wallet
Yeah if you're ever looking at the ship itself to help with turning make sure you're in Chase mode
Which part? It's essentially the same process as going to the Mun- making a transfer from one orbit to a (usually) higher orbit at a specific point. It's just that the Mun's orbit is much higher...
I try to not be too outright negative, but the idiocies in KSP really wear on me sometimes. Why are so many parts massless? Not just aesthetic parts, those I could somewhat understand, but science...
Yesterday in d&d, our DM realizes that she'd planned out an extremely similar 'fight these giant ants and look for a missing girl' quest to the one we'd just done in the PTU game. Highlights include...
For the first edition of Coastlines and Kaiju I had each pilot control a limb, pooling their stats for things like the head and torso. I've been spitballing something along the lines of fighting game...
Second session of pokemon went pretty great.
In contrast to the first session where we went over the DM's time estimates through copious roleplaying, this time we went under by accidentally...
I think I saw people complaining that the batteries replaced their item slot
DM clarification that the floor is not covered in blood and human teeth it's just a trail of blood and three human teeth. Still terrifying but we aren't at Event Horizon yet.
Also blocks, blocks are good
Pokemon Tabletop was great fun, by the way. We'd done some one-shots in the past for familiarization, but this was the first session of our campaign proper. Some highlights:
Yeah. There's been two patches for .24 and Harv talked about their new build pipeline
Maxmaps is the producer of KSP now btw. He actually engages with negative feedback sometimes so that could be nice.