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Post by higgins » 26 Nov 2014, 12:49

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Post by EinBein » 26 Nov 2014, 16:42

:D
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Post by Marras » 27 Nov 2014, 02:53

The Ski Knight!
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Post by Agamemnon » 29 Nov 2014, 16:59

That's about what I wear to go skiing as well. Ski accidents are no joke.
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Post by higgins » 04 Dec 2014, 17:33

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This is a Danish electrical outlet. Apparently they love-love-LOVE anime over there.
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Post by Agamemnon » 04 Dec 2014, 17:58

That's extraordinarily horrifying. I just imagine it whispering in your sleep.
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Post by higgins » 04 Dec 2014, 18:18

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Post by Agamemnon » 05 Dec 2014, 23:56

I'm choosing to believe that is where they grow bobble heads. Those are clearly not ripe yet, they are missing their noses.
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Post by higgins » 12 Mar 2015, 05:18

"You can never have too many knives."
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Post by Marras » 13 Mar 2015, 06:25

So, it was not too far fetched part in "Tuntematon sotilas" (Unknown Soldier in English) where one of the soldiers used crossbow instead of rifle :)
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Post by higgins » 13 Mar 2015, 08:46

I'm not familiar with the story, but apparently not. :)
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Post by hector » 14 Mar 2015, 15:48

Mad Jack Churchill was pretty damned insane. And, funnily enough, a character I suspect could in fact be played in this system once the firearm rules are out. Sure, said character would probably die quite quickly, but I'm sure it'd be viable at least...
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Post by higgins » 14 Mar 2015, 17:39

In my post-apo test game, the bow guy has been extremely deadly. And he didn't even max the proficiency out.
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Post by Marras » 14 Mar 2015, 18:23

Tuntematon sotilas airs every independence day, here in Finland but I don't know if it has been translated to other languages. Frankly, I don't remember if that character was in the original book or was it added/changed to the film adaptation.
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Post by higgins » 15 Mar 2015, 10:20

Speaking of classics... I never understood why Bobba Fett became such a geek icon, but I guess now I do.

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