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Citadel Tavern / Re: [THACO's Hammer] Splatbook updates
« Last post by DMRendclaw on April 06, 2016, 02:52:24 PM »
Splatbook 120 – Voicemails!

We’re taking calls (or in this case, voicemail messages)! Join DMs Glen, Fulongamer and Brian as they listen to six voicemails from constant contributors to the show, with many thanks to them for their questions, input and opinions.

You can find us on Osrgaming.org, d20radio.com, Tumblr, Facebook, iTunes, Planetadnd.com and Twitter (@thacoshammer), as well as our home page at http://www.thacoshammer.info. If you are looking for an RSS feed or a different way of downloading the show directly, the address is: http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/94174. If you are looking for our Actual Play (AP) podcasts, you can find them on iTunes (search for WGP's OSR AP Podcasts), or you can go to http://feeds.feedburner.com/osractualplaypodcasts. You can also email the show at thacoshammer@gmail.com, and you can leave a voicemail for the show at 405-806-0555.

Voicemail from DM Laz (Council of Wyrms)
Voicemail from DM Cojo (Tome of Adventure Design)
Voicemail from DM Cal (Turning former PCs into NPCs)
Voicemail from DM Raoul (Death Spell/Game-breaking spells)
Voicemail from DM Cal (Designing a carnival as a front for a thieves’ guild)
Voicemail from DM Cojo (2e game rules altered or thrown out)
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Links / Re: Interesting Non-Game Stuff
« Last post by Dozus on April 06, 2016, 02:49:50 PM »
"The Plain of Jars" sounds like a randomly generated name from a Dwarf Fortress region, but it's a real thing.
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Links / Re: Interesting Non-Game Stuff
« Last post by Dozus on April 06, 2016, 02:46:27 PM »
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Citadel Tavern / Re: Chess game with Murometz
« Last post by axlerowes on April 05, 2016, 07:52:16 PM »
Queen to E7

Finally started reading the King in Yellow,
through the first story and into the second.
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Citadel Tavern / Re: Chess game with Murometz
« Last post by Murometz on April 05, 2016, 07:35:48 PM »
Queen takes pawn g4
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Cavern of Inane Natter / Re: Hi ho hi ho off to farm I go
« Last post by Scrasamax on April 05, 2016, 06:12:04 PM »
A couple of weekends ago I picked up a garden tiller at a yard sale. $30, wouldn't start, but when the guy pulled the starter cord, I could hear there was fire inside. I picked up a fixed gear beach bike for my wife, another $10. Nice stuff.

So I hauled the tiller home, and tore it down. The belts were good, it needed a new spark plug, and a cleaning for the air filter. I cleaned out the carb, reattached the fuel line, and put everything back together. It took a few yanks on the cord, and spraying starter fluid in the intake manifold (ala the War Boys from Fury Road, prompting many a Mad Max gardening quote) and it roared to life.

After this, I discovered that despite knowing how to repair a tiller, I had no idea how to use it. I did it wrong. I did it a lot wrong. I didn't need instructions on how to put spinning disc knives in the ground.

I did need instructions.

After getting instructions, the tilling and breaking new ground has been remarkably easier. With the tiller I can do a week's work of soil breaking and amending in an afternoon. Over the course of one weekend, I turned the entire garden bed over twice. Most of the garden has since been planted.

Whats in the garden?

sugar snap peas, alaskan peas, and dragon tongue beans in the oldest part of the bed. Legumes are nitrogen fixers, and will restore nutrients to the soil.

Tomatoes, a lot of different tomatoes.

Peppers.

Eggplants, and such.

Construction projects:

The beet box, a mammoth 27 square foot gardening box, was constructed from wood scavenged from shipping pallets. It is full of heirloom carrots, beets, and radishes. Lots of tastiness.

A constructed a folding A-frame trellis for cucumbers to climb. According to pinterest, this is a good way to grow them, with the plump vegetables hanging out of the bottom of the trellis, rather than being hidden in the grass and potentially run over by the lawn mower.

Some plant updates

French pink pussywillow didn't bloom, but the bundle of sticks I purchased exploded with greenery. Next year it will bloom.
Red Sand Cherry - an ornamental blooming cheery bush with bright red leaves, bloomed a little, but is covered with glorious red foliage. Love it, but like the pussywillw, I bought it as a stick in a pot on the cheap.
My wife is on a flower kick, this time around its gerbera daisies and columbines. d**ned pretty flowers. I approve.

This is one of the reasons I haven't been around much. The yard beckons, and I answer.
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Links / Re: Interesting Non-Game Stuff
« Last post by Aramax on April 05, 2016, 09:46:52 AM »
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Citadel Tavern / Re: Chess game with Murometz
« Last post by axlerowes on April 04, 2016, 11:10:35 PM »
pawn g7 takes knight in F6
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Citadel Tavern / Re: Chess game with Murometz
« Last post by Murometz on April 04, 2016, 10:10:59 PM »
knight takes knight f6 check
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