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noobtheloser:

wilwheaton:

ackthrice:

strakhaz:

Pathfinder has solo adventures, tho

Aye, so does Call of Cthulhu (which is my particular poison). It’s not the same though. Just like playing via forum or skype, while fun and worthwhile, misses something of the ‘gathered round a table with snacks’ element.

What if I told you
[Morpheus]
That nerds have friends.

Wil, you can’t just say ‘[Morpheus]’, you have to photoshop the meme.

Yeah, you tell ‘im AC

noobtheloser:

wilwheaton:

ackthrice:

strakhaz:

Pathfinder has solo adventures, tho

Aye, so does Call of Cthulhu (which is my particular poison). It’s not the same though. Just like playing via forum or skype, while fun and worthwhile, misses something of the ‘gathered round a table with snacks’ element.

What if I told you

[Morpheus]

That nerds have friends.

Wil, you can’t just say ‘[Morpheus]’, you have to photoshop the meme.

Yeah, you tell ‘im AC

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dontpanic-grabyourtowel:

blastingofftotomorrowland:

Did You Know? Brad Bird, the writer and director of The Incredibles, based each of the characters powers on family archetypes. “The dad is always expected in the family to be strong, so i made him strong. The moms are always pulled in a million different directions, so I made her stretch like taffy. Teenagers…are insecure and defensive, so I made her turn invisible and turn on shields. Ten-year-old boys are hyperactive energy balls. And babies are unrealized potential,” says Bird

Yea that’s all great but where is my fucking sequel

dontpanic-grabyourtowel:

blastingofftotomorrowland:

Did You Know? Brad Bird, the writer and director of The Incredibles, based each of the characters powers on family archetypes. “The dad is always expected in the family to be strong, so i made him strong. The moms are always pulled in a million different directions, so I made her stretch like taffy. Teenagers…are insecure and defensive, so I made her turn invisible and turn on shields. Ten-year-old boys are hyperactive energy balls. And babies are unrealized potential,” says Bird

Yea that’s all great but where is my fucking sequel