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Old 01-21-2007, 02:47 AM   #461
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Seriously, it's the crocodiles, not the spiders, who are gunning for tourists.
Yes, but they tend to be sated by the stupid tourists. If you don't go swimming where you're not supposed to or bushwhacking near water holes, your chances of becoming Gator Chow are pretty dang low.

Funnelwebs, though . . . they're small, and can get into places like buildings, hotels, airtight anti-spider tourist containers, that sort of thing. And they want to, because they're out to get me.

And crocodiles can't hide in your shoes.

You know, I really wish my grandfather's fear of spiders hadn't rubbed off on me. I'm not as bad as he was; I'm of course joking up above, but he'd mean it durn near seriously. Still, they give me the creepy-crawlies in insensible ways, and so the thought of moderately aggressive, extremely deadly spiders tends to make me quiver a bit. It's a good thing my grandfather didn't know about the funnelweb when we went over there.
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Old 01-21-2007, 03:52 AM   #462
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They can, however, be your shoes.



"Extremely deadly" is spelled "we have an antivenin now, praise be to KROMM". The antivenin for crocodile-bite is coming along only rather slowly.
LOL! Man whats wrong with you, I need to clean my screen from milk now...

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Old 01-21-2007, 06:52 AM   #463
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Old 01-21-2007, 05:50 PM   #464
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However, noting KROMM's committed interest in zombies, I hope I may live to see it.
For a given value of "live".

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Old 01-21-2007, 07:57 PM   #465
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For the greater glory of Steve Jackson and His Prophet KROMM, we shall create zombies if the need arises, but put additional research in antivenins countering such nowadays-calamities as crocodile bites, boa constrictions and chainsaw accidents without destroying the mind and inducing an eternal craving for brains.
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Old 01-22-2007, 02:54 AM   #466
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So what is Hell like, I hear you ask? What happens if you do not follow the tenets of KROMM?

And I saw a small basement, wherein sat five players. Their eyes were dead, their movements listless, their dice dull. And I saw the GM, and he was sitting by himself behind a large screen made from poorly put-together cardboard and cackling to himself. And he had a rulebook in his right hand, and the name on the rulebook was F.A.T.A.L. And the adventure was called "Never-Ending Dungeon." And there was no hope there, and no KROMM to help them, for they had forsaken him to follow false GMs.
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Old 01-22-2007, 07:51 AM   #467
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So what is Hell like, I hear you ask? What happens if you do not follow the tenets of KROMM?

And I saw a small basement, wherein sat five players. Their eyes were dead, their movements listless, their dice dull. And I saw the GM, and he was sitting by himself behind a large screen made from poorly put-together cardboard and cackling to himself. And he had a rulebook in his right hand, and the name on the rulebook was F.A.T.A.L. And the adventure was called "Never-Ending Dungeon." And there was no hope there, and no KROMM to help them, for they had forsaken him to follow false GMs.
Rejoice, my fellow brethren in KROMM, for this will never happen to people like us. We have GURPS, devised by Almighty Steve Jackson and brought to us by His Prophet, KROMM, which will be our guide to The Roleplayers' Heaven. Insh'KROMM!
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Old 01-23-2007, 12:22 AM   #468
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So what is Hell like, I hear you ask? What happens if you do not follow the tenets of KROMM?

And I saw a small basement, wherein sat five players. Their eyes were dead, their movements listless, their dice dull. And I saw the GM, and he was sitting by himself behind a large screen made from poorly put-together cardboard and cackling to himself. And he had a rulebook in his right hand, and the name on the rulebook was F.A.T.A.L. And the adventure was called "Never-Ending Dungeon." And there was no hope there, and no KROMM to help them, for they had forsaken him to follow false GMs.
I refuse to believe in a KROMM that would inflict such a punishment on anyone, even the unbelievers.

KROMM is merciful and compassionate (well, maybe except when he GMs). There is no place for such a torture chamber in a worldview that excepts a benevolent KROMM.
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Old 01-23-2007, 06:53 AM   #469
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Hosanna! Hosanna! All praise is due to KROMM!
Allelujah! Adonai KROMM, of Heavenly Hosts, of Eternal Glory!
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How is this plan coming along, Icelander?
Pretty well, actually.

Looks like people are pretty happy about it.
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Old 01-24-2007, 09:46 PM   #470
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Well, you pretty much made it - for the greater glory of KROMM. Insh'KROMM!
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