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InfiniteRemnant last won the day on July 16 2019

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  1. Story Friday, Sep 13, 2019

    that ability only works in squirrel chimera form or omega form though.
  2. Story Friday, Sep 13, 2019

    so does the bag even have any cats left in it at this point? cause she let a ton out right there...
  3. NP Monday September 09, 2019

    spellcasting 3 and up better come with spinal reinforcement...
  4. NP Friday September 06, 2019

    in D&D maybe, but in other series, particularly among videogames, there's a visible difference in movement speed and animation speed, implying that the character very much is going faster/slower, or in some offline games the manuals describe it as having that effect, yet the only examples i can think of of that translating to a change in base reaction time, are video games that involve the player manually dodging. none of the ones that use RNG hit chance seem to do it.
  5. NP Friday September 06, 2019

    since the subject is here anyway, one thing that's always bugged me in games: why do haste, slow, and related abilities never seem to have a drastic effect on your hit/dodge chances? being able to move faster than your opponent can react to, or react faster than they can attack, should be an absolute game changer. even a difference of milliseconds is enough to mean the difference between seeing a thing coming and not in some situations. pitching normally, a fastball, a screwball (reverse curveball), or a curveball, for example. a batter has an extremely narrow window of time, a few milliseconds at the professional level, to figure out which type of pitch it is and correct his swing accordingly.
  6. NP Monday, Sep 2, 2019

    I don't think Susan is wearing enough orange power armor for that.
  7. An announcement

    ...Huh. I thought you already knew years ago. also i know that's not the best way to phrase that but that's the closest i could get so something that doesn't either come out wrong when i write it out, or just sound incredibly stupid... Heres hoping its mostly smooth sailing from here.
  8. Story, Monday August 26, 2019

    if she's anything like her sister id find this one to be the more believable option.
  9. Three Word Game

    Which 47 used...
  10. Story Wednesday, August 28, 2019

    the bacon one is the only one ive ever actually heard used irl, the rest i've only come across in fiction or in discussions about odd expressions.
  11. NP Monday, Aug 26, 2019

    the previous two breakups though had major hangups on one side that were derailing things (Nanase being in denial of or not fully understanding her orientation, meaning she didn't connect with elliot the way she wanted, elliot being too close to sarah leading to him seeing her as family and fumbling at being anything else) i'm having a hard time finding any hints of a similar issue with ashley, considering we know what to look for this time...
  12. The Association Game

    *stampede sounds* KEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKEKE!
  13. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    Isn't he in the US though? pretty sure surgical alteration of a major joint is WAY more expensive than support contraptions strapped to one's leg. also they mean even more things prof'd need to recover from at once.
  14. Changing Medications (Level of Trust Required)

    i'm guessing trading it for something thigh or hip mounted is the plan?
  15. The Association Game

    Also starring adam west, as adam west