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General Discussions / Re: RPGFan Podcast Thread
« on: April 25, 2011, 04:50:07 AM »
Skytrain? Smells like Vancouver.

You would be smelling correctly, good sir!

Of what... I'm not too certain...

P.S. It amuses me ever so much that Zach considers N64 to be "old Nintendo". *single tear of joy*

But yeah, keep 'em coming and I'll keep listening. It's also inspired me to dream up a podcast of my own someday, but for now, until I get a decent recording set-up, it'll remain at a distance.

General Discussions / Re: RPGFan Podcast Thread
« on: April 24, 2011, 05:00:58 AM »
First of all, I'm agog at the above statement, but enough of that.

Next, that's a bummer about the latest episode.

And lastly, I am really enjoying the podcasts. I've been a fan of the site for ages, but never looked into the podcasts until I recently bought an iPod, but I gotta' say, I likes them a lot. I posted a review on iTunes, so I won't reiterate everything I said there and instead just say, great work, keep it up, and you've definitely make me laugh allowed like some sorta' crazy person on the skytrain a few times, likely drawing concerned looks from other transit passengers...

For some reason, though, iTunes is giving me grief on ep. 21, though... not sure why... I'll have to try it through my computer instead of iPod.

So, uh, yeah! I realize I have no slick ending to this post whatsoever...

Let's default to a classic:

And they all lived happily ever after. The End.

Brush and Quill / Re: Book Thread Continued
« on: April 17, 2011, 04:44:52 PM »
First of all, Adapheon, awesome avatar. Such a great book in such a fabulous series. I'm SO excited to read the final book!

But, that aside, when I'm getting to reading things, I've dabbled back into my teen-hood and I'm reading some Dragonlance books. I'm reading the... Time of the Twins, I think? No wait... Test of the Twins, by Weiss and Hickman who are by no means Steven Erickson... But still, I did miss the misadventures of Tasselhoff Burrfoot, in spite of the 'okay' writing of their novels. I mostly just want to read them because I was always curious about Raistlin's history and what made him who he is.

After that... I'm hoping to read Margaret Atwood's Year of the Flood, since I got it at Christmas but haven't gotten to it, then devote the rest of my time to Erickson's latest. I am kinda' sad it'll be ending, though. I'll have Esselmont's works to look forward to, but I know I'll want more Erickson. I hope he has a new series planned.

Since we're moving shortly, I was packing up our books and I think I've decided I've run my course with the Wheel of Time series. It just... doesn't grab me anymore. I'll likely donate them to the library, or to friends who're missing some of them.

Multiplayer RPGs / Re: Front Mission Online
« on: April 17, 2011, 04:33:26 PM »
Well, that was incredibly concise, and a shame. As far as anyone having played it, though, I'll wait to hear on that...

Multiplayer RPGs / Front Mission Online
« on: April 17, 2011, 04:27:12 PM »
Seeing as there are plenty of folks from across the world who visit this site, I figured I'd ask: how is Front Mission Online?

I've always had a love for this series, and way back when I'd first heard of FMO, I was super-psyched until, well, I heard absolutely NOTHING about it... then learned it never made it to Canada, let alone North America, and never would.

But, I'm guessing some folks out there have been able to play in it, so I was wondering if there was anything in the FM Universe I was really missing out on, or should I be happy with FM4. I also haven't tried Evolution, but I've heard mixed things on it, plus that's not really related to the MMO end of things, so... enough with the digression.

Erm... thoughts?

RPGFan: Site / Re: Top 10 Freeware RPGs article & Links
« on: April 17, 2011, 04:22:00 PM »
I can definitely recommend Realm of the Mad God in all its addictive splendor. It's definitely a good time to dabble in and can eat away the minutes and hours quickly. However, it can also sucker-punch you real good if you're not careful. Give it a try!

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