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Ed Grabianowski
zeppelined
Nov 20 2015
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It’s also interesting to watch it as straight-up parody of the hamfisted patriotic war movies of the 1940s, like 12-O’Clock High or A Walk in the Sun. Watch a couple of those and suddenly the wooden dialog and cheesy love story in Starship make a ton of sense, and is amazing juxtaposed against the gore and nudity.

Oct 23 2015
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I see your Hannah Montana and raise you one Josie and the Pussycats, a ridiculously fun movie that’s way better than it has any right to be.

Oct 22 2015
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We were at the drive-in. Hated every minute, and as soon as we saw robot balls we drove right out past the Bumblebee replica Camaro they had sitting there. Wasn’t even worth waiting to see the second feature.

Oct 22 2015
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I was digging through a bunch of WoD books but I seem to have misplaced a few. If the list was a little longer, it would have some for sure.

Oct 15 2015
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I don’t know what the exact legal status of 3rd party content is, but I know Kobold must have some kind of official agreement in this case.

Oct 13 2015
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I was looking at it in the trailer, side by side with the undamaged big block, and it was interesting to see it all stripped down.

Oct 1 2015
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That is so complicated, I have no idea if they have the rights to the Unseen, or some of them, or none of them. It would be nice to have them, but they’d probably need a separate $1 mil Kickstarter to pay the lawyers.

Sep 24 2015
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No specific advice, other than use whatever of these methods appeals to you and be up-front about how you’d prefer to play. Those groups are definitely out there and definitely looking for players like you!

Sep 24 2015
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I strongly encourage you to go for it and DM your own group! If you recruit players who know you’re learning (and probably are newbies themselves), no one will mind a few missteps. I think the D&D 5E Starter Set does a really amazing job of holding a new DM’s hand through the early part of the process, but almost any Read more

Sep 23 2015
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That wasn’t really the case for me. In fact, I was a fairly timid kid and at times was genuinely scared of D&D (my mom wasn’t overly religious, but she told me the game controlled people’s minds and made them do crazy stuff or kill themselves). Once I finally got my hands on some of the books and was just like, “Oh, Read more

Sep 14 2015
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I am right there with you. I dropped out for several seasons in the middle, but I’ve been a diehard fan for the last 5 years or so. It feels a bit lonely sometimes.

Sep 10 2015
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It’s really just that I haven’t read everything in George’s bibliography, and that’s one I didn’t get to yet. But I know io9 readers have me covered if I ever leave anything out. :-)

Sep 10 2015
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Ah, good point. I have noticed that some of his collections have been renamed with “Song of” titles the last few years, but I guess it is just his thing.