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    Hal
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    • Treant

    The party have some fun with their aircraft and finally reach the ice. Fred saves Jenna from an icy fate with some extra super reflexes.

    Beyond the Mountains of Madness Session 7

    Filesize: 65MB

    EPICs Podcast Updated!

    Sorry for the delay in these – I kind of got side tracked with all kinds of stuff. 😀

    Cheers

    Hal :hal:

    #600454
    BigJackBrass
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    • Drider
    Hal wrote:
    The party…finally reach the ice.

    Anyone else disbelieving this illusion? 😉

    #600455
    Keener
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    • Drider

    I think it is snow blindness. 😀

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    poermanne
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    • Commoner

    So, I’m wondering what David was thinking being a protector of Lindsay’s character? What happened to Sharia’s protectors in the Tomb of Haggemoth? Not to mention close associates – where did that photographer from “daddy’s paper” dissapear? Poor Jim wasn’t either – he was just standing next to her at the docks.

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    Lindsay
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    • Succubus

    My characters must invoke a need for people to protect them 🙂

    Welcome to the forums

    Lindsay

    #600458
    poermanne
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    • Commoner

    No doubt they inspire those around them to fight fiercely for your protection … but it never seems to work out well for them. LOL!

    (and thanks for the welcome 😀 )

    Click! Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep

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    Hal
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    • Treant

    Hey there,

    Welcome to the forums 🙂

    Hal :hal:

    #600460
    Lindsay
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    • Succubus
    poermanne wrote:
    No doubt they inspire those around them to fight fiercely for your protection … but it never seems to work out well for them. LOL!

    (and thanks for the welcome 😀 )

    Click! Beeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeep

    At least they always die for a good cause

    #600461
    BigJackBrass
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    • Drider
    Lindsay wrote:
    At least they always die for a good cause

    Entertainment and defending your characters: two good causes! 😀

    And I notice you’ve just reached two thousand posts :tiphat:

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    Lindsay
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    • Succubus
    BigJackBrass wrote:
    Lindsay wrote:
    At least they always die for a good cause

    Entertainment and defending your characters: two good causes! 😀

    And I notice you’ve just reached two thousand posts :tiphat:

    I’d like to thank my manager, my hairdresser….

    *makes long boring speech*

    :glam:

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    poermanne
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    • Commoner

    BTW, just to be clear, nothing I’ve posted should be construed as criticism. I found his choice tragically comic. I’ve even considered a death pool. 😆

    I was unfamiliar with this game system and setting and am really digging it. I’m even inspired to go out and read the book (At the Mountains of Madness).

    You guys are doing a heckuva job. :tiphat:

    #600464
    TheJay
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    • Commoner

    I’m listening to this episode right now, and oh my goodness, is the Canadian accent every bad. 🙂

    I laughed at the part about the moose, but once it got to “hoser” it was pretty brutal. I think that term was last used in the 70s or 80s. Nevertheless, it’s always fun to laugh out one’s self. 🙂

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    Anonymous
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    • Owlbear

    The ice, the ice, they’ve made it to the ice! :bagpipe:

    Some pretty impressive dicing with very very very cold water as well as enormous metal death in this session too!

    Thanks all!

    #600466
    CrazyMLC
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    • Orc

    According to tests done by mythbusters, the brace position is not intended to break your neck, and jumping before you hit the ground does not help you at all unless you can jump at the speed the aircraft is falling (hundreds of miles per hour), and even if you could you would rocket into the top of the plane and most likely die.

    I’m also surprised nobody looked for teeth marks on the bodies.

    I wonder who did it.

    Starving sailors?

    Cannibalistic cultists?

    Violent Cthulhu?

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