Fairfield Inn & Suites Noblesville
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Drove 191 miles in 3.5 hours.
After the shena****ns of the previous night none of us had the right to feel as good as we did on Saturday morning. We awoke brightly to another day heading for the 100's and kept inside eating leftover pizza and drinking coffee with Charlie as he gave us the grand tour.
Randi came home from work at lunchtime with a ...
... wall went in without a hitch and I was able to get the side screens built with no issues. As the show progressed, it was a normal, outstanding show as per usual, but it ended quite differently than any of the others had before. Normally, KISS would finish out with a series of pyrotechnic blasts than the stage going dark. This time, due to the recent ALS awareness "Ice Bucket Challenge" they remained on stage and had Def Leppard join them. Paul Stanley went through his speech ...
... timeline of events, broken down by specific country (UK, France, USA, Germany) - a supplement to the previous chapter, really.
In the Service of One's Country. An introductory look at the nature of the various military forces (and branches of service within them) and intelligence organisations for the major powers (UK, France, USA, Germany) with a little on civilian roles in ...
... History and Fantasy. Topics covered are - The Old School Job (aka A Dungeon Crawl is just a badly planned Heist), The Old School Fight (allowing multiple simultaneous combats to be run simply), The Dungeon Fixer's Guide (Guidelines for creating and running Quests), The Quest Generator (by the numbers die roll guide to Quest creation); Cursus Honorum: Roman Drama (Ancient Rome in 4 pages), The Kingdom as a Character (as it says), ...
... in some of the loot I have accumulated.
This first report is on Firefly Role Playing Game from Margarest Weis Productions, as well as the Echoes of War: Thrillin' Heroics adventure supplement for it.
Firefly RPG (US$44.99)
First Impressions: At least as nice as the first edition. Glossy paper. Full colour illustrations, many stills from the TV show (from the movie? dunno) and many colour drawings to supplement. But, and ...