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GhostDancer last won the day on October 10 2015

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About GhostDancer

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  1. Martial Hero

    Yay! I remember this!
  2. Funny pics

    SNOT DOES NOT MELT. You can wait out snow, but for really huge snot drifts, you'll need to rub Mucinex on your tires and wait for the snot-eating birds (gulls, pigeons, some less-discriminating crows) to clean up the mess. - Jason Torchinsky
  3. Monsters!

    & https://geektyrant.com/news/here-are-45-awesome-mythology-creatures-that-will-scare-your-pants-off?utm_content=buffer9df54&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook.com&utm_campaign=buffer
  4. Martial Hero

    Thanks again, megaplayboy. Your post prompted a free library loan of the The Rebel dvd!
  5. Martial Hero

    Very nice! My Dark Champions character, The Kraken, is ethnically Vietnamese, and impressed with his scissors kick.
  6. And now, for your daily dose of cute...

    To go boldly where no man has gone before.
  7. Martial Hero

    Kung Fu Hustle In the film, during the last fight with Beast, Sing uses the Buddhist Palm leaving a massive palm-shaped hole in the building. In the real Buddhist Palm fighting style, however, the fighter delivers powerful punches using his palms. A relatively modern Southern Shaolin style of Kung Fu, Fut Gar Kuen, or the “Buddhist Family Fist,” utilizes mostly punches, palm strikes, low kicks, and evasive footwork to beat the opponent.
  8. Monsters!

    Encantado; were-dolphins http://cryptidz.wikia.com/wiki/Encantado
  9. Monsters!

    Yokai http://yokai.com/
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  11. 5e rules question on multiple weapons

    Also, in the older 5th Edition book, not the Revised edition, this rule is stated on page 309, as a GM's option.
  12. On This Day in History

    1735 Printer John Peter Zenger, defended by Andrew Hamilton, was acquitted of libel in a case that helped foster freedom of the press. 1790 The United States Coast Guard is formed by Congress at the request of Alexander Hamilton as the Revenue Marine. It is the oldest continuous seagoing service of the United States. 1884 Thomas Stevens became the first person to bicycle across the United States. He later bicycled around the world. 1892 Lizzie Borden's father and stepmother were killed with an axe in Fall River, Mass. 1914 Germany invaded Belgium and, in response, Britain declared war on Germany. 1916 Denmark ceded the Danish West Indies, including the Danish Virgin Islands, to the United States for $25 million. 1942 One of the leaders in the preservation of old newspaper comics entered the world; Rick Norwood, publisher of Comics Revue. 1944 Anne Frank and her family were found hiding in Amsterdam by Nazis. 1964 The bodies of three civil-rights workers were found in an earthen dam, six weeks into a federal investigation backed by President Johnson 1977 President Carter signed a congressional act that established the Department of Energy.
  13. On This Day in History

    1492 Columbus set sail from Palos, Spain. 1908 Allensworth, California was cofounded by ALLEN ALLENSWORTH, an escaped slave who became the first Black Man to rise to the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army; among many other accomplishments. 1914 Germany declared war on France. 1923 Calvin Coolidge was sworn in as the 30th president of the United States, following the death of Warren G. Harding. 1949 The National Basketball Association was formed. 1958 The nuclear-powered submarmine Nautilus became the first vessel to cross the North Pole underwater. 1981 U.S. air traffic controllers went on strike. 1987 The Iran-Contra hearings ended. 1990 The title character of a syndicated comic strip was shot to death right in front of readers. John Darling was murdered in the second-last episode of his own comic. The final episode was about his funeral.
  14. On This Day in History

    1790 The first U.S. census was completed, showing a population of 3,929,214 people. 1876 Colorado became the 38th state in the United States. 1910 A famous newspaper comic assumed the name by which we know it best. George Herriman's The Dingbat Family, where Krazy Kat was first seen, became The Family Upstairs. 1936 Adolf Hitler presided over the opening of the Berlin Olympic Games. 1946 President Truman signed the congressional acts that established the Atomic Energy Commission and the Fulbright Scholarship program. 1981 MTV made its debut at 12:01 AM. The first video shown was Video Killed the Radio Star by the Buggles.