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June 30, 2004

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can't...

stop...

laughing...

Actually, only one of them goes Crinos. The other uses Protean. ^_^

The amusing part is it would indeed be the former Green who I'd peg as the Gangrel. How... coincidental. :)

Moe, you realize that you're now obliged to write and produce Candidate: the Pontificating (A Storytelling Game Inside The Beltway), right?

I dunno, EDG; it sounds sort of banal.

Believe me, there are worse.

(Seriously. I ran into "Who's The Daddy?", a board/card game of questionable paternity, last week in a game store. Next to that, pretty much anything would be sheer brilliance.)

Oh, I know: just tormenting the in-jokes a bit, there.

You? In-jokes? Never. ;) I figured you were, but I felt strangely compelled to pass on the horror of "Who's The Daddy?". Toxic memes indeed.

Off topic, but apparently the Classic Star Trek fight music is called "The Ritual, Ancient Battle, 2nd Kroykah." I bought the MP3 off of EMusic ages ago.

I lost it completely at "Crinos". I suppose that suggesting the Delerium explains a number of things about Nader would just be asking for trouble?

Really, though, Protean's not what you want to fight someone in Crinos. Obenebration is a good bet, since you get range, and there's little better than Horrid Form if you do have to go mix it up hand-to-hand.

Um, at least I have the excuse of getting paid to write some of that stuff....

I lost it completely at "Crinos". I suppose that suggesting the Delerium explains a number of things about Nader would just be asking for trouble?

Really, though, Protean's not what you want to fight someone in Crinos. Obenebration is a good bet, since you get range, and there's little better than Horrid Form if you do have to go mix it up hand-to-hand.

Um, at least I have the excuse of getting paid to write some of that stuff....

I wonder what a Tivo would have to have taped in the past for it to automatically choose this for its owner on the 9th?

Can Dean use the Vulcan Death Grip?

The real one, I mean.

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