My friends, I cannot let this stand!
Gary Gygax invented things much better than Elminster and the Simbul!
- The inventor of those was good Ed Greenwood, who, with "Lords of Darkness", wrote almost the definite D&D-campaign for this, yours, little pilgrim!
BTW, anyone read that novel where Elminster and the Simbul were getting it on?! - I think the good old battleaxe failed a saving throw against premature ejaculation...
Very clever plan to out the nerds for a future pantsing.
Originally Posted by TheMightyMcClaw
Anyways, since my nerditude is known far and wide, anyway, I'd add that he has a DnD accent originating from the "guy who takes everything so seriously that you don't want to play with him" region.
Hey, I have used the word "chatoyant" in conversation, what you all be hating on, brothers?
How did that come up? Selling diamonds?
If you use "rhyparographic" in conversation, that's when you'll know you've gone too far.
It was actually an elaborate play on words involving a family of kittens that hearkens back to the original French.
Originally Posted by Cy Q. Faunce
I thought it was to do with the sparkle in a cat's eye.
Originally Posted by Lampa
My guess would certainly be the latter; the record's only about ten years old, I think.
Originally Posted by Rivington
I'm glad to see a Del fan or two on Bullshido. Sorry to derail the topic.
Creative Commons is a creator-controlled license, not the public domain.
Originally Posted by waxeater
Just an update that some of Tom's research on the 52s has now been published as a 6-page essay in the new Martial Arts of the World: An Encyclopedia of History and Innovation.
Originally Posted by DdlR
Old news, we're all about DnD now.
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