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How did you got your username? in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #62
This name is a part of a bigger collection associated with my title. I blame Alorael for the urge to keep changing my name all the time.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Custom Titles: How Did You Get Yours? in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #54
*Sneers at the noobies*

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Custom Titles: How Did You Get Yours? in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #19
I don't know about you, but my title gives me great pleasure. *Evil grin*

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Karma - No not that kind in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #15
I'd like there to be karma, but there isn't. **** happens, no matter what. It does make things more interesting though, all that ****... ^^

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Humanoid Species In Mythology in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #25
Harpy - Greece

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Hey Alorael in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #3
quote:
Originally written by His Postliness:

—Alorael, who would like to know why this topic is addressed to him. He does not care to associate himself with tentacle rape. Are you sure you didn't mean Arctic?
What do you mean by that, you didn't have any complaints last night!

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Fallout 2 has now entered my life in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #12
Nothing like explosives and stealing skill ey ^^

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Fallout 2 has now entered my life in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #10
Good Natured is a trait that divides people, and as far as traits go, it is nice. It's just that I often notice that I need combat skills more than diplomacy in the beginning.

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Fallout 2 has now entered my life in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #7
For me the diplo sniper is more specialised; tag small guns, speech and unarmed (This skill comes handy many times, and often in large battles when you don't have the time to shoot, you can atleast slap someone if they are standing next to you). Gifted as a trait is great, small frame is nice for that extra stat point, but the carry weight reduction hurts in the beginning. Fast shot is something snipers should not do. Good natured is something to avoid as well, as is single handed. Finesse reduces all the damage you do, and it hurts. The little critical you get from it is useless. Kamikaze is worth considering, since everyone and everything will hit you at 95% in the endgame anyways.

For stats, 6 strength and 8 agility and preferably 8'ish intelligence. High perception helps. The diplo sniper needs all his stats, perhaps endurance is not as important, but losing some will hurt in the beginning.

Anyways, none of this is important once you get in the game. You will eventually experiment with all sorts of characters. I just felt like babbling.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
BitDefender in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #5
That's not Japanese, that's Korean, as far as I can tell.

Also, google for bitdefender, check some related forums, if it is any good there is bound to be plenty of information about it.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
WORD ASSOCIATION GAME in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #6
Naked bishounen!
IMAGE(http://www.kolumbus.fi/jere.lindell/forever_mine.jpg)

[ Wednesday, January 19, 2005 09:28: Message edited by: Tak-Tak-Attack ]

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
WORD ASSOCIATION GAME in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #1
In before lock
Your treant may not root here
Feel my thick, pulsating wit that overflows with creamy goodness.

Mmm, orange.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
New look for www.spidweb.com in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #2
It's...new. Refreshing change I suppose.

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Fantasy Stories in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #1
Which is located at http://www.srcf.ucam.org/~eet23/canal/

Wear goggles while reading.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Bad Grammar = Rampant in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #22
Amusingly, that joke works for 2nd and 3rd edition rules. In 2nd edition, the lower your armor class is the harder it is to damage you. This can either mean that the attack is a complete miss or cannot penetrate your armor. So your mom is so fat it is impossible to damage her.

In 3rd edition, the higher your armor class is the harder it is to damage you. In this case, your mom is so fat it is almost impossible not to hit her with an attack.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Bad Grammar = Rampant in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #20
lolol wuts tis engish class lol ur moms a fag

Bash.org reveals all the pearls of humankind for everyone to study. I have noticed that spelling and grammar order goes something like this: AOL user - average American internet user - average internet user who speaks English as a second language - grammar/spelling whores.

Oh, and your mom is so fat that she receives -8 to her armor class.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Those little words under your name... in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #15
quote:
Originally written by Whume:

Mung's first RP was called "Join Us - Everybody Needed and Welcome."
Or something of the sort.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Those little words under your name... in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #6
Yarr, Mung's RP was great. And the only one I participated in ^^

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Recommended Reading in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #41
Jordan rips off Herbert? Maybe it's because I read the Finnish translation of the books that I do not understand what you mean by this.

Now, as for the lack of action, that is up the reader to decide how much he/she wants it. Take one trashy women's romance novel. 300 pages, and about 50 pages of it is about the man's pulsating, humongous organ.

Now if you want to read a *really* good book, you must the the Chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever by Stephen Donaldson.

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Recommended Reading in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #37
I put a vote for Wheel of Time! It's a very long story with plenty of goodness. Those with the attention span of a mollusk need not apply.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
WoW in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #7
I think it is like paying for sex. Which is allright with me ^^

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
WoW in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #1
Nerf paladins!

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Speculating about Avernum 4's plot in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #4
quote:
Originally written by [b:
The Absolut Sagacious stranger[/b]]
Would he make such a big change in the formula?
No. I already cancelled out my theory.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Merry Decemberween! in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #6
Kel is almost correct. The kitten test is used to determine if the thing tested, such as a forum thread, is safe for kittens to view. As everyone knows, kittens are innocent, cute and get corrupted easily. Thus they are a perfect tool for testing. The used kittens can later be used for other purposes, for example as toys for Saunders. Only soulless kittens are given to Saunders, for obvious reasons.

If kittens fails to determine exactly how bad the tested thread is, we use Saunders. If the kittens die and she purrs, the thread is not appropriate for human eyes.

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Posts: 995 | Registered: Thursday, October 4 2001 07:00
Merry Decemberween! in General
One Thousand Slimy Things
Member # 66
Profile #2
I don't think that thread counts as such for it fails the kitten test.

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