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James Gillen

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James Gillen last won the day on July 31 2005

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  • Birthday 11/15/1966

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  1. "Don't look at me like that, there were a ton of hints on this one."
  2. Yeah... I'd mentioned on another forum that Gary and I were in a Pathfinder group that neither one of us could stand, not only because of all the house rules, but because the GM was deliberately slowing XP advancement to a crawl because apparently he wanted the game to be gritty. Which you just can't do if you're playing D&D/Pathfinder past a certain level because people have lots of hit points and healing. And I thought, "Why doesn't he just play HERO or GURPS or some other game where character advancement does not automatically translate into taking more damage?" Basically some people
  3. +1d6: Good Looking +2d6: Really Good Looking +3d6: Really, REALLY Good Looking
  4. Re: Order of the Stick Casting Poison on a Dwarf. Really? JG
  5. Re: A Thread for Random Videos Adam Sandler IS Bullwinkle!
  6. Re: Musings on Random Musings Or Johnny Carson. JG
  7. Re: Musings on Random Musings They sure do. JG
  8. Re: A Thread for Random Videos "Never bring a knifechuck to a gunchuck fight."
  9. Re: A Thread for Random Videos Bach. The way it was meant to be played.
  10. Re: A Thread for Random Videos They probably think Americans wouldn't relate to guys whose cars can spew caviar slicks. JG
  11. Re: Order of the Stick That would be neat. JG
  12. Re: BOOKS OF THE UNDEAD: MUMMIES Now Available! Does the MUMMIES book include a writeup for Keith Richards? JG
  13. Re: Musings on Random Musings No, more like impractical to the point of impossibility. That could be counted as an example. Jesus was clearly more willing to die than to shed someone else's blood. But Christian doctrine does recognize a "just war" concept. So on one level that's reconciling the ideal to reality. On the other hand, it's failing to acknowledge that the ideal either is not being practiced sincerely or CANNOT be practiced sincerely. JG
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