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  1. Foundling

    D&D Campaign Ideas?

    I second the one page dungeons site. There's some real gems in there, and you can also develop them further if you need to, either at the time or bring them back later. Check for balance though- some of them are really out of whack. Another good resource is the older printed Dungeon magazine. They had a recurring section called Side Treks that were specifically designed to be dropped in between adventures. And they have one big advantage over the one page dungeons, in that they went through editors before being published, so tend to be much more balanced, have a solid purpose and plot, and are spell checked. There are also random dungeon generators. I particularly like donjon: http://donjon.bin.sh/d20/dungeon/ Generate a diminutive dungeon of about 7 rooms. Between thee random dungeon name, the dressing in the dungeon and the creatures and traps involved, you can usually get a solid idea of a story for what comes up. Another good resource are the old AD&D book of lairs- there were two of them, but they were all official one or two page adventures that TSR came up with for different types of monsters. Any one of those could be short `in between' adventures.
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    Pen & Paper Fetish Game

    Also available to help. Been playing (player and DM) longer than the rest of you have been alive, which sounded a whole lot better before I typed it out. Seriously though, willing to help with whatever is needed, playtesting, feedback, etc. Discord: https://discord.gg/Hb2Caw I haven't used it though, so probably better to use someone else's server.
  3. you're the best *hugs* woke up earlier..gonna go get water.but i wanted to give you hugs an stuff :)

  4. Foundling

    Infinity War : Anyone else see it?

    Wannatrip, I think that's a better argument to make. It also kind of falls apart in some respects though. There doesn't seem to be any real concern about societies themselves based on conquering and assimilating other planets, since he wasn't concerned with stopping all the alien races that already do that in the marvel universe. (Not to mention, I'm pretty sure he's in charge of the Chitari in the movies, which have already invaded at least one planet.) He's not presented as a universal Dalai Lama. But if it's something he might be concerned about after the fact, well, having handled the resource problem, I'm pretty sure he can use the infinite Mind to consider the solution, then the infinite Power and Reality to execute it, anywhere in his infinite control of Space. Sure, cutting might be uniform, but so does increasing availability. If anything, better, because there would likely be some worlds were the loss of half the population would have considerably worse effects, either because they were struggling to begin with, or the catastrophes that would happen when half the people just disappeared. And more resources also doesn't have the secondary effect of the Kree screaming, "we just lost half our empire! Those dirty Skrulls must be behind it! To war!" all while the Skrulls are declaring war on the Shi'ar for the same thing, while the Badoon fight it out with Dire Wraiths, etc. At least Ozymandias tried to unite everyone with a common enemy in Watchmen. But Thanos just sat back on his farm to chill while turning the entire universe upside-down. If it's true as he says that the planets he saved were war-torn because they were fighting over scarce resources, and killing half of them made them paradises (because there was no more need to fight over those resources), then logically, having ample resources would accomplish the same aim. Likewise, if he was fine with committing mass murder on a universal scale, it's unlikely that he would care if a few planets decided to blew themselves up along the way since it's still a much smaller fraction affected. And even then, if he really wants to, let's just that infinite control over Time to roll back time and solve that too before it happens. Easy peasy. Honestly, they should have just kept his comic motivation- he loved death, and so wanted to kill half the universe for her. Makes a heck of a lot more sense than an omnipotent supergenius thinking the best way to stretch out the supply of coal is to kill half the universe on the sly. Anyway, really liked the movie itself. That part just fell flat for me since there were a lot of other options available to him. But suspending disbelief on that, and concentrating on the action, and the awesome character interactions, that took place through the other 95% of the film? Brilliant. But as with everything, YMMV.
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    Infinity War : Anyone else see it?

    For one thing, killing half the population doesn't solve anything. You' have the exact same problem just a few years down the road again since people do continue to breed. So why do you think that's a better plan than just increasing the amount of resources, which could be done with the IG? You're discounting the effects of technological improvement. We have access to more and better resources than at any time in history, precisely because of that. Oil from shale used to be prohibitively expensive, so unavailable. That's changed, and it's opened up entirely new markets. Solar, wind, nuclear, geothermal, and other possibilities continue to improve. Likewise, the amount of food grown has never been higher, due in large part to increased technology and techniques, and GMOs. So, there's no reason to believe we won't continue to innovate and come up with new or yet untapped resources. Let's face it, Malthusian theory hasn't been right yet. However, you can't very well do this if you wind up both people who are smart enough to make those innovations because they are part of that 50%. And let's not forget this is a comic book universe, where a lot of physics and reality go out the window. It's pretty easy to create a planet made entirely of twinkies and give a teleporter to everyone who wants to visit it if you have total control of all space, time, mind, power, soul, and reality. Or just make everyone in the universe entirely self-sufficient so they don't need to eat. Make trees grow like bamboo. Make pollution turn to water if someone says a magic word over it. The point is, he had innumerable other options to do, including creating new planets entirely, moving entire populations, etc etc etc. The marvel universe isn't our universe- there's enough inhabitable planets out there for Galactus to have a snack every month since the beginning of time- and Thanos had the power to make innumerable more. So no, cutting half the universe is not a logical action for a 4 or so millennia-old supergenius who has total control of all reality in a comic universe that contains multiple dimensions. You can definitely make an argument you have for the real world, since we don't have reality controlling magic gloves, but those arguments, just like Thanos' logic, does not hold up in the world of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Still a great movie though! Go see it everyone!
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    new babygirl :)

    Likewise! Not in the area, but I see you already posted in the meeting section. Hope something fruitful comes out of it for you. Just take it slow, read the forums, and visit the chat, and you'll probably learn a lot more than you wanted to know- the majority of mods and members are pretty friendly, I've seen, even if the advice can be blunt (but that's sometimes needed).
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    John from Tulsa Oklahoma area

    Happy upcoming birthday! You bring the cake, we'll bring the candles!
  8. Foundling

    middle age diaper love from Grand rapids mi

    Always happy to have someone older than me join! Not in your area, but hope you meet friends, online and off!
  9. Foundling

    Harford County

    Anyone else in or near the Harford county area, and interested in either meeting up or discussing the best musician performing during the summer concert series at the maritime museum?
  10. Foundling

    Lehigh Valley ABDLs!!!

    I used to live in Easton, but live in MD now. Still come up to the Easton/Bethlehem area fairly frequently though.
  11. Foundling

    Pen & Paper Fetish Game

    1. Yes, I would definitely be interested in seeing it. While I don't have particular suggestions for additions, reading it over might come up with ideas. And yes, I would play it.One of my groups is a lot more freewheeling, and has used quite a bit of adult and fetish material in play, so this no doubt would be included as well. 2. We have the same interest and you already said you developed the AB/LG, so this does not apply. 3. As above. 4. As above. You might want to look online for a fan-made AD&D supplement called `the complete guide to carnal knowledge'. Inside the magic item sections, they had ever-full baby bottles, magic diapers, and a few other items that might be useful to your project. On that note, how is the project coming along? Still working on it, or has it gone by the wayside?
  12. Foundling

    Any Dungeons & Dragons fans here?

    Big fan of D&D and most other RPGs. Usually I am the DM, but enjoy playing whenever the opportunity. Been running the same hometown campaign off and on for the last thirty years or so, usually whenever I'm in town, but much more regularly since the internet made it possible to stay in touch no matter where you are in the world. Also ran numerous club- or forum-based games. Would like to do so again at some point, but haven't really found a good substitute since Yahoo Groups fell apart.
  13. Foundling

    Lost a Facebook Friend today

    On the other hand, let's assume she takes her beliefs seriously, and they form a large part of who she is and how she lives her life. From her perspective, she just had a relative stranger mock those beliefs. Why shouldn't she have decided to avoid that person on facebook, someone who is nothing more than an old game contact? You aren't close enough to dialogue with it about. It would be different if you were a friend she had a relationship with, but you don't even recognize her name. She didn't go ballistic on you, she didn't insult you, she just said `eh, this guy isn't someone I care to talk to if that's how he feels'. Sounds like a pretty adult, calm way of dealing with it. So sure, I think you were fine making the joke, but I don't see anything snowflaky in her response. And she is equally fine culling someone she doesn't really know who doesn't care to respect what's important to her.
  14. Foundling

    First Responders, military

    25+ year army retiree here. It was a good run. I only wore once on duty, but there were mitigating circumstances.
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    Infinity War : Anyone else see it?

    I saw it, and loved it, despite seeing almost none of the movies that led into this. The interaction between Stark and Strange was the highlight, and I still wonder `Why is Gamora' myself. (Great line, and apparently Bautista ad-libbed it, and the director kept it in). But no, Thanos' logic didn't work at all. MINOR SPOILER: Thanos is a millennia old super genius. And now he has ultimate power over reality and everything. So doubling the universe's resources would have been just as easy to do as the route he chose to take. That's just my kneejerk thought, but a genius with control over reality could have come up with dozens of others as well, especially in a superhero universe with superhero physics and technology. His movie actions make sense wih his comic version's motivation, but they make no sense for his movie version's motivation. If you can ignore that one glaring plothole, then the movie is fantastic. Concentrate on it, and it's 95% fantastic and 5% pretty darn good.