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... entranced by all of the action. It is a great spectacle and this stadium was amazing, having been refurbished for the Super Bowl that it hosted 8 years ago.
Half time coincided with hot dog time and another beer. I could get used to this game. The second half felt like the pre-season game that it was and with the Saints leading comfortably we left during the last quarter and headed off to bed.
About this point in the tour, most of us are worn out, tired, and short tempered. We have been going strong for over thirty shows and are preparing to complete the tour stretch. Today started just like any other, except that it was raining again. the Amphitheater had a descent size stage, but seemed to have some roof issues as the ceiling was dripping on us in various locations.
We had a relatively smooth load in with minimal abrasion from the other departments. The ...
Rules of Savage Engagement. Additional rules for Savage Worlds. Aerial Combat – Bombing, Dogfights. Ordnance and Mines. Large scale combat.
Artefacts and Tomes. What would a Cthulhu Mythos game be without Artefacts and Tomes! Some are familiar(ish), some are new. Rules for both game systems are provided.
Deadly Illusions and Cursed Knowledge. ...
... those rules. And a chunky one at that page count.
Don't these people have a clew? THERE IS STILL NO effing INDEX!
Which, again, makes the book far far far less useful than it should be. Evidently, it seems they simply don't get it. Indexes are not optional, they are an integral part of any RPG book.
Contents: Foreword + How to Use this Book (4-5), Mechanics and Structure (6-43), History and Fantasy ...
... It was noon and I saw they had pork tenderloin sandwiches so decided to order lunch. It was very good and so nice to eat a PT. I was really looking forward to that.
After lunch we rode into Indianapolis and saw the downtown...so many sites. The center of town and saw the Soldier And Sailor Monument. We drove down the cobblestone road in front of James Whitcomb Riley home. It was gorgeous, but ...