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Why is Leather Queen so perfect, /tg/?
>The fuck is this?
Kingdom Death: Monster. It’s a board game you play a bunch of humans who wake up in a cave, in a world full of darkness and monsters out to kill them. In an attempt to not die horribly, they band together and try to eke out something resembling a civilization in the nasty world they’ve been thrown into. As you build up a human settlement from the ground up, your characters (“survivors”) go out to forage for materials and kill beasts, and even using their skin and hides and shit for armors and weaponry. Eventually you’ll get too big for your britches, so to speak, and some asshole is going to try to take everything away from you at the end… Assuming you get that far, anyway.
>I looked this up and that’s too many titties, son!
To be fair, while there’s some pervy stuff in the game, the great majority of stuff you see on both the KS for KD:M and on the main website is either purely optional stand-ins for “regular” gamepieces that aren’t so pervy, or are for another game entirely. KD:M =/= the regular Kingdom Death game, for which the creator is still apparently at the pre-alpha stages.
Pins of War Interview: http://pastebin.com/jUbcjtqk
Wired Article: http://pastebin.com/2tgT3nPh
Poots on BGG (1): http://pastebin.com/kAE9WufF
Poots on BGG (2): http://pastebin.com/i6NJ9BN3
Poots on BGG (3): http://pastebin.com/cNjsHThi
Poots on BGG (4): http://pastebin.com/NgQGD1Pq
Poots on BGG (5): http://pastebin.com/Z9AwYYaC
TG Quest 125: Endgame, pt. 3
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If the OP cannot reliably estimate how long the endgame takes, it must be...
When we left off, the Command Crew was left a disembodied entity, Ravel's riddle was answered, and the Black Ops detachment was defeated despite the horrors at their command.
With two teams successfully making it to the core, can the Command Crew manage to guide the remaining four to the final battle?
Last Thread: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/22158122/
Goa'uld Quest Christmas episode
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Last time on Goa'uld Quest, Leviathan, most illustrious godling of high divine pedigree has had much entertainment running around playing heretical criminal, and exacting the first toll on the lessers*. Leviathan moved with intent and purpose on the streets and alleys of Tir Na Nog seeking to divine everything that is relevant to the arrival of Lord Clegoragh, bane of Wadjet, star lord of Ernutet, and more importantly his three Ha'tak class Star crafts scheduled to land on the three newly erect pyramid platforms overseeing the city of Berswith where his host has gotten progressively more inebriated to blend in the unwashed masses. The lordling has then further delved into seeking truths about the world at large, and gaining insight into the ways and paths of the shadow sects who usually pull and prod the unwitting into their schemes.
* It was of course by proxy but that it still counts.
And now, the continuation.
You take not of the situation at hand, or more accurately your host, Sonia take note of the situation at hand and considers where her talents would be better used, a minor oversight chroniclers over the aeons will rectify and depict it with more skill to espouse your greatness.
The options are
 Try to get into the Lo'taur's proximity and preferably good graces
 Retreat to Operations Headquarters to prepare for the scounting op on Mag Mel, retreat of Lord Clegoragh
 Keep on the revolt and rebellion angle working for a more comprehensive planning.
 Scout out the corruptions of the garrison Jaffa
 Pursue the trail of the Human weapons merchants
Merry Maple Christmas!
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Merry Christmas to all you Elegan/tg/entlemen and Intelligen/tg/irls out there this fine Christmas Day! I come to you bearing the gift of gobs upon gobs of Writefaggotry! This past January, there were a series of approximately seven threads, over the course of a few weeks, themed upon magical mishaps, transformations, and other such happenstances in your tabletop campaigns. There were tears, there were trolls, there were laughs, and there was fun to be had.
Among these threads came the origin of I. Dryadfag. Tripfagged so because I wrote a story of a Dryad. Namely a Fighter, who died, and then was reincarnated into a Dryad. People loved it, people hated it, people accused me of being a fetishistic /d/eviant and told me to GTFO. But I return, and I have for /tg/ the continuation and reboot of Maple's Story. Before I begin though, I come to you with but a humble request, /tg/.
For the past week I have spent every possible moment of my free time working on this story. I'm currently in between jobs and quite broke, and the time I should have spent job hunting was instead spent honing my craft and talent for writing and finishing a story I started. I really hate buttcoining. Really I do. But I have no dosh whatsoever. So /tg/ if you can find it in your heart, below is a link to both my paypal and steam account, I ask not for much, any money you might be able to spare will be greatly appreciated.
Right then! With that mushyness done! Sit back and prepare yourself for Maple!
MTG Justice / Nerd Rage General
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ITT: Tell us about your most recent experience with nerd rage at your FLGS
>be testing Modern at local shop
>rando comes up and asks if he can get in on a game
>"sure, I'm just testing a new deck"
>he says that's cool
>he's playing Jund
>turn three, I play a third land
>he sacrifices Verdant Catacombs at the end of my turn
>he grabs his deck, but I stop him
>I cast Voidslime to counter his fetch activation
>he grabs Voidslime and reads it
>"you can't, it's a mana ability"
>I accidentally laugh at his innocent ignorance
>"that ability isn't a mana ability"
>he gets visibly upset
>"yes it is, it's on a land, therefore it's a mana ability"
>I quirk an eyebrow while others around us laugh
>"just because an ability is on a land, doesn't make it a 'mana ability'"
>he slams his deck into his bag and stands up
>"fuck you, I'm a level three judge"
>bewildered silence as he storms out of the shop
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Here's a conumdrum I was discussing with a friend while playing Magic the other day. Some colors obviously get more sexy women in their illustrations because it's "in their color" (Like White has Angels as a tribe, which leads to a lot of hot chicks in white dresses, and Black weirdly has a lot of them due to the Vampire tribe cards), but there's always one or two for every color.
So which are the sexiest illustrations for each color, in your opinion? Let's for the purpose of this exclude all the Planeswalkers, because we all already know who they are and what they look like. If you have a picture to go with your decisions, that works even better.
And hey, don't feel forced to post a list or anything. Just post a single card if you like.
For me, Braids was always a major HNNNNGH, both her proper Black version and her super-cute Blue alt-universe counterpart.
Flames of War General: Christmas Edition
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Nuts! - The third book in the Battle of the Bulge series of campaign books. It focuses on the US Airborne and the siege of Bastogne.
Open Fire!: The new Flames of War version 3 Starter set. It includes a British Armored Company with US Paratrooper support and a German Grenadier Company with AT guns and StuGs. it also includes a quick-start rule book, the full rule book, cardboard terrain, and a plastic V1 terrain piece.
Winter Warriors - Various units in winter gear for the US and Germans to go with the new Battle of the Bulge books.
Normandy Battles - 112 pages. A guide to fighting historical battles based on D-Day and the liberation of France using the forces found in the Turning Tide and Earth & Steel army books.
Market Garden & Bridge by Bridge: Being released together in an Operation Market Garden Box set for January, with the books sold seperately around feburary. Features forces from Market Garden & the Battle for the Scheldt.
Several previous books are also being released in a similar compilation format. These are The Desert War, Mid-War, and Operation Bagration. Word on D-Day is forthcoming.
ANZAC forces for FoW: Vietnam, including Centurions, and NVA tanks. New book is apparently arriving in April. Minis will most likely be released soon after.
Early War books for the Winter War and Operation Barbarossa.
Flames of War scans database (all the books up to Devil's Charge): http://www.mediafire.com/?8ciamhs8husms
Official Flames of War Free Briefings:
Another FoW scans database (needs a 4shared account, but whipping up a disposable one doesn't take long at all):
Current /tg/ Project: Late War Leviathans!
Chaotic Evil and how to play it
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/tg/ I am joining a pathfinder campaign and I want to play chaotic evil.
True honest to god, not for the lulz, chaotic evil. My original character idea was to be lawful evil, but I've decided to test my rping chops the best I can.
The world is a steampunk setting and each of the players have made or enhanced a race using the PF Advanced race guide rules.
I created essentially a half construct Gunslinger ork, and I want him to be Chaotic evil.
Elegan/tg/entlemen, please tell me how.