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    keithcurtis got a reaction from Era Scarecrow in Quote of the Week from my gaming group...   
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    I came across this while cleaning up some older posts on the Savage Earth forums. The subject is online dice rollers.
     
    Dice Roller Help Text: xdy will roll x number of y-sided dice. X can be any decimal value (greater than 0). Y is any positive integer.
     
    Player: What's an integer? Is that a car?
     
    GM:The integer is a predatory mutant creature that stalks trade caravans. It will force the accountant in the party to tally up their books. If there is a discrepency, it will devour the perpetrator. This is the friendlier "positive" integer. "Negative" integers don't bother with social niceties and just subtract members of the caravan until sated, at which point they become positive.
    The most feared integer is the "rooted" integer. Rooted integers will stay in one place and wait for their prey to come to them. "Square-rooted" integers have nine-inch fangs and vicious claws, armor-like hide, and shoot laser beams from their eyes. They are rarely a problem since they are pretty beneficent, or positive. Fortunately for unwary travellers, square-rooted negative integers are purely imaginary.
     
    Keith "i" Curtis
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    keithcurtis got a reaction from jkwleisemann in Quote of the Week from my gaming group...   
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    I came across this while cleaning up some older posts on the Savage Earth forums. The subject is online dice rollers.
     
    Dice Roller Help Text: xdy will roll x number of y-sided dice. X can be any decimal value (greater than 0). Y is any positive integer.
     
    Player: What's an integer? Is that a car?
     
    GM:The integer is a predatory mutant creature that stalks trade caravans. It will force the accountant in the party to tally up their books. If there is a discrepency, it will devour the perpetrator. This is the friendlier "positive" integer. "Negative" integers don't bother with social niceties and just subtract members of the caravan until sated, at which point they become positive.
    The most feared integer is the "rooted" integer. Rooted integers will stay in one place and wait for their prey to come to them. "Square-rooted" integers have nine-inch fangs and vicious claws, armor-like hide, and shoot laser beams from their eyes. They are rarely a problem since they are pretty beneficent, or positive. Fortunately for unwary travellers, square-rooted negative integers are purely imaginary.
     
    Keith "i" Curtis
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    keithcurtis got a reaction from Bloodstone in Quote of the Week from my gaming group...   
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    It would have been a much shorter film.
     
    Ham. Remember King when swore an oath I did
    That on this sword the last you were to die?
     
    Claud. Those were the words that you did speak.
     
    Ham. | I lied.
     
    Keith "iambic pentameter" Curtis
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    keithcurtis got a reaction from Basil in Quote of the Week from my gaming group...   
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    I came across this while cleaning up some older posts on the Savage Earth forums. The subject is online dice rollers.
     
    Dice Roller Help Text: xdy will roll x number of y-sided dice. X can be any decimal value (greater than 0). Y is any positive integer.
     
    Player: What's an integer? Is that a car?
     
    GM:The integer is a predatory mutant creature that stalks trade caravans. It will force the accountant in the party to tally up their books. If there is a discrepency, it will devour the perpetrator. This is the friendlier "positive" integer. "Negative" integers don't bother with social niceties and just subtract members of the caravan until sated, at which point they become positive.
    The most feared integer is the "rooted" integer. Rooted integers will stay in one place and wait for their prey to come to them. "Square-rooted" integers have nine-inch fangs and vicious claws, armor-like hide, and shoot laser beams from their eyes. They are rarely a problem since they are pretty beneficent, or positive. Fortunately for unwary travellers, square-rooted negative integers are purely imaginary.
     
    Keith "i" Curtis
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    keithcurtis reacted in Storn's Art & Characters thread.   
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    As they would say on FIREFLY ... Shiney!
     
    PDS
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    keithcurtis reacted to Cancer in "Neat" Pictures   
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    Lunation
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    keithcurtis got a reaction from yamamura in "Neat" Pictures   
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    One I came across on the Errant Story boards:

     
    Keith "Oh the poor things" Curtis
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    keithcurtis reacted to Dr. Anomaly in A Thread for Random Musings   
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    keithcurtis' avatar just made me do a double-take, and even then it was so brief that by the time I looked again, it was gone...and I was more than half-convinced I'd imagined it. I actually waited for it to come around again just to be sure!
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    keithcurtis got a reaction from Mutant for Hire in Complicate the Person Above   
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    Mutant for Hire is not actually for Hire. If you give him money, he will just spend it on liquor and mutant prostitutes.
     
    Keith "I swear this is true. My cousin saw it" Curtis
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    keithcurtis reacted to Cancer in Complicate the Person Above   
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    Keith Curtis is a clever wag, with a deep understanding of the paradoxes of reality. He has created a propositional calculus with which he can refute anyone's existence, a truly fearsome tool. When he uses this on a person, they not only are expunged from this Universe, the Universe is by the very act remade so that they never could have existed.
     
    It is, of course, impossible to list the victims of this most fundamental form of vengeance. As long as I keep up my payments on my "reality insurance" I have no worries about this happening to me.
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    keithcurtis reacted to mikesama in I could watch him get slapped around all day   
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    Just remember the Marvel food chain.
     
    If the Xmen can't beat it/them Spider man can. (Yes spider man is good enough to take down an X Men team!) On that note get the Xmen spanked good by Spidey as he'd be funnier about kicking all thier buts.
     
    If Spidey can't take them down, call the Avengers.
     
    If the Avengers can't get it done, call the Fantastic Four.
     
    If the Fantastic Four can't get it done, wait for the universe to reset.
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    keithcurtis reacted to Agemegos in A black hole in orbit: what would it be like?   
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