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    44 KB Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)00:36 No.15215099  
    guys, can we have an epic /tg/ screencap thread pretty please?
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)03:51 No.15216633
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)03:55 No.15216662
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    I don't have a lot, because I'm not partial to them, but the ones I have are good.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)03:56 No.15216670
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)03:58 No.15216683
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    It's a must in any such thread.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:02 No.15216710
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    Well executed.
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:04 No.15216730
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    Read the whole thing.
    No, it is not a furry setting.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:05 No.15216740
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    Problem, non-casters?
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:14 No.15216785
    This. Fucking this. That story man - wow. ManlyTearsOfPride.tiff.jpeg.bat
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:16 No.15216798
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    A bit from Dragon magazine, I believe.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:18 No.15216805
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:20 No.15216815
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:21 No.15216821
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:23 No.15216834
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    A classic.
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:37 No.15216921
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    this is beyond glorious
    worth the read
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)04:39 No.15216931
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)06:35 No.15217617
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    I remember this one!
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)06:44 No.15217670
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    does this count?
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)06:50 No.15217702
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    this is from the archives because I didn't bother screenshotting the thread
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)07:07 No.15217783
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    Saving like a motherfucker.

    Actually upon further thought this may not be /tg/, but I could care less.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)07:14 No.15217835
    Fuck yeah! I remember this one!
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)07:27 No.15217908
    Well actually I could care less, albeit only slightly.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)07:27 No.15217909
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    You are correct, and I apologize for my careless misuse of the English language.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)07:28 No.15217917
    Nope. It really does not matter. Americans use "I could care less" all the time.

    I believe there's supposed to be a bit of sarcasm in it when spoken aloud. I do not know.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)07:33 No.15217957
    Now now. It's true that the phrase is in common usage. That doesn't mean that the words in the phrase actually make SENSE. It's just a matter of how much of a fuss we're going to make over it.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)07:36 No.15217976
    Americans can't speak English. That's why you get double negatives like "ain't no" or "don't mean no".
    >> Siralus !KiG049bqpM 06/10/11(Fri)07:43 No.15218016

    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)08:15 No.15218160

    And common useage literally determines meaning.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)08:52 No.15218358
    Except in this case common usage hasn't offered an alternative definition for any individual words. Instead we're given a phrase with an assumed meaning, even though the definitions of all the components of that phrase mean the exact opposite of what is intended.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:01 No.15218410
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    Language only has meaning from use.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:04 No.15218432

    Knights of the Dinner Table did a nice bit about the Hand of Vecna, if I recall correctly. Hilarity ensued when folks weren't sure if it was a RIGHT hand or a LEFT hand.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:07 No.15218444
    I agree. But in order for language to function as a means of effectively communicating ideas, there needs to be a common agreement on the definitions of the words being used. In this cased, the words are being used contrary to their definition. The phrase has gained acceptance, but unless the definitions of the words in question are changed then we're left with an odd, contradictory novelty of a phrase.

    (Then again, English has never been known to shy away from being what linguists like to call "batshit insane")
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:13 No.15218487
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    >But in order for language to function as a means of effectively communicating ideas, there needs to be a common agreement on the definitions of the words being used.
    Respectfully, I strongly disagree with this. As far as I'm aware, language functioned perfectly well before people began offering definitions of words (for example, Shakespeare communicated effectively despite making shit up all over the place, certainly before Johnson offered definitions of the words he used).

    Now, 'In order for language to function as a means of effectively communicating ideas, there needs to be a common agreement on the meaning of the words being used.' or 'a commmon agreement on the methods of using the words', or to take it another step 'a common agreement about the structure of the language-game participants are undertaking'. They're sentiments I can support.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:34 No.15218596
    A fair point. And I suppose it would be silly of me to make the argument that a DICTIONARY definition is required for people to understand the words other people use.

    I can get behind "agreement on the meaning of the words being used". In any case, I suppose my entire point is that I personally (as well as some not-insignificant portion of people on the internet) am not totally comfortable with the widespread use of a phrase relying on the listener understanding that the speaker means the exact opposite of the commonly-held meanings of the words they are using. English is a language built out of exceptions, but I would really prefer it if in this case the phrase was capable of standing on its own and being rationally reducible, as opposed to relying on a speaker having prior experience and knowing what is intended.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:45 No.15218660
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    That's an entirely coherent position. On the other hand, I am comfortable thinking of language as a mutable, incoherent, big ball of wibbly wobbly timey-wimey stuff. Sure, there might be an idealised form of 'English', like we're using at the moment, but that can't be the 'correct' or 'proper' English some aspies want it to be - it's just as valid as whatever the fuck it is that Yardies say to eachother, or West-country grunting farmers, or the technobabble techies talk to eachother. I find that that is a much more interesting explanation of language than, for example, the French model of having a list of acceptable words and how they're used, were there is a serious attempt to narrowly define language and ignore how it's actually used.

    Maybe it's just the massive, raeging boner I have for Wittgenstein, but I feel that day-to-day language cannot stand on its own, that it is inherently irrational and irreducible. When language is actually used, I think that you do have to acknowledge that everyone engaged in the communication has prior experience and are more interested in getting the 'gist' of what's being said than in precisely understanding the technical aspects of their constructions.
    Also, fuck grammar. Fuck it in the arse as a useless pile of incoherent gobblediegook. Fuck you, Latin.
    Also, I have a degree in philosophy. I think this is the first time it's been useful since graduation.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:47 No.15218670
    I want more of these
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:51 No.15218690
    Hey! We French have slang too! And its evolution is rather interesting due to the waves of Arabic-speaking migrants, I predict familiar French will become more and more of a mix between Arabic and proper French.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:52 No.15218695
    >hurp English

    "Beware the Jabberwock, my son!
    The jaws that bite, the claws that catch!
    Beware the Jubjub bird, and shun
    The frumious Bandersnatch!"

    He took his vorpal sword in hand:
    Long time the manxome foe he sought --
    So rested he by the Tumtum tree,
    And stood awhile in thought.

    And, as in uffish thought he stood,
    The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,
    Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,
    And burbled as it came!

    One, two! One, two! And through and through
    The vorpal blade went snicker-snack!
    He left it dead, and with its head
    He went galumphing back.

    "And, has thou slain the Jabberwock?
    Come to my arms, my beamish boy!
    O frabjous day! Callooh! Callay!'
    He chortled in his joy.

    `Twas brillig, and the slithy toves
    Did gyre and gimble in the wabe;
    All mimsy were the borogoves,
    And the mome raths outgrabe.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:53 No.15218700
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    I never said that you didn't, just that a bunch of well off, white, male, middle-aged men decided that they could nationalise the language and order it from on high through a convoluted beaurocracy.

    Which everyone else promptly ignored.

    Kind of like the rest of the French government.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)09:56 No.15218714
    Then some Aspie twat demands definitions, needing to know the exact meanings of all the words in a nonsense poem.
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    Oh man, i jizzed all over the place man.
    >> Frosted Weasel !!dLUhj2yYgMt 06/10/11(Fri)09:59 No.15218727
    You see all kinds of doofy shit on acid, I'm told. Then, again, I've seen all sorts of trippy shit without the help of mind altering substances. I've gotten away from the point, that being, Jabberwocky is a badass poem.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)10:00 No.15218735
    Funny you mention that, since I just finished both an elementary linguistics class and fulfilling my foreign language requirement with lower-division Latin. I personally admire the way language can be charted out and proscribed, so that by subtle changes one can create an intentional variation in meaning. On the other hand, it is silly to think of language as having a "right" and "wrong" usage which is immutable over time.

    I'm heading to bed now, but if I were to be honest I'm pretty sure my true position would be "It's silly to try and define 'proper' language, let alone grammar, but I do so love being right (even in arbitrary matters)."
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)10:03 No.15218747
    Fair enough. For the record, there's also the problem of 'Latin' not being the same thing as day-to-day Latin at any point in Ancient Rome, or for that matter ecclesiastical latin in the Medieval Period, which looked more like c' u_t's/n to save parchment...
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)10:03 No.15218749
    Most of them do a pretty good job of portraying a particular feeling or idea, even if they are gibberish (huh, I wonder if that's a purely cultural association?)

    That last stanza, though. The hell is going on there.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)10:05 No.15218756
    Which explains why there's surprisingly little overlap between the Catulus crowd and the Ominous Chanting crowd.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)10:08 No.15218773
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    Actually all acid does is pull your subconcious up to the surface, and let you see freaky coloured mathematical patterns.
    >> Inconspicuous Steve !!Yxt3tGtGN/W 06/10/11(Fri)10:10 No.15218781
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    y'all ready to read the tale of the only man to ever beat CoC?
    >> Inconspicuous Steve !!Yxt3tGtGN/W 06/10/11(Fri)10:11 No.15218785
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)10:12 No.15218793
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    Didn't even need to look at the img name to know you were posting Henderson.

    This thread has been remarkably civil and productive. I bid you gentlemen goodnight, and leave you with a resounding UNF.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:09 No.15219061

    Mother. Of. God.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:20 No.15219119

    I have a starwars story to tell if anyone's interested.

    This is the story of Brick.

    The DM is a hardcore Starwars fan. Loves the shit out of Mando's, can speak Mandolorian. (no, really.)

    Now it was myself, my brother, and a few other guys. Figuring it was a one off and "what the hell" I made myself a human noble (who, up to two and a half years later, as STILL being referred to as "Captain Diplomacy" his real name got used like twice in the first session and then lost to the sands of time).

    Now, you should know that my brother only plays one kind of character. Chaotic Awesome. He decides to go Mandolorian (much to the DM's delight) heavy weps, because fuck opening doors and cans of food manually. Describes him like you would a heavy muscleman, tanked to hell. Calls him Brick. Dm lets it slide because, hell, mando.

    The DM's sister makes an ewok demo expert and stacks stealth, there's a rodian sniper who HATES jedi, there were a few other characters who were subject to stupid deaths, Captain Diplomacy only made it because he was basically Arnold J. Rimmer, except he actually got promoted (another story... which also includes Brick)
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:26 No.15219152

    Anyway, campaign is set post episode 6, with the remnant still flying around being major dicks. First mission we're sent on is an infiltration mission for the New Republic as mercs, to a shitty little backwater since this big bad remnant moff has taken it over, a guy called Krassis. First thing after the doors open Stormtroopers "stop right there". Well... Brick didn't. You see his backstory was that he was one of the Mandolorian mercs brought in to train the clone army, these guys? Forget about it. So after kicking the first trooper in the head we start a firefight. Great.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:32 No.15219202
    >a rather civil argument about meanings within language.

    never change, /tg/
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:33 No.15219215

    We manage to escape, having to drag Brick away from killing more of them and we exit the spaceport, right into the middle of a garrison. Now it's hard to describe, but from the spaceport (a single shuttle sized bay on this speck of rock, other than the huge clearing the remnant had fucked out for their supply ships) we headed east into the large town square, to the south was a immensely wide staircase finishing on a large raised platform was a 2 man team manning an e-web and another 2 man team manning some kind of anti-structural weapon.Further east was a path that lead up along the side of a moutain, the mountain was bristling with anti-air. in the middle of the town square (think tatooine-esque/arabic architecture) was a small command centre. Behind the e-web and the cannon there was a huge wall and a checkpoint. Behind that, some kind of temple.

    Anyway, we're running like fuck and manage to escape, we narrowly avoided getting our shit handed to us by the e-web when a repulic sympathiser (our contact) managed to get us inside on the mud huts.

    We managed to keep low until sundown.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:40 No.15219264
    Fast forward a bit because, boring.

    Basically, turns out Krassis found a sith temple and was ransacking it for information, on what, we weren't certain. The ewok snuck into the command post at night and overheard a leuitennant getting chewed out for not finding the information.

    During this time, I'd been rolling a fucktonne of diplomacy against brick, trying to reason with him not to go out into the middle of the square and opening fire. Captain Diplomacy was from a human house that specialised in bio-engineering and surgery (basically I was the healer) and I basically insulted him, his ancestors and his clan by asking him to hide. He was that bad.

    So we decide to sneak into the temple, just to see what was what.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:48 No.15219339

    After finding the secret entrance we realise that there was even more to this place. It was a goddamn active sith temple with sith apprentices training. We avoid detection, because even brick isn't stupid enough to take on sith without a lot of firepower and basically scooby doo ourselves into a secret chamber.

    A secret chamber that contained three vibro-axe weilding force adepts that cloaked themselves. They got the drop on poor brick and cut his arm off. We killed two of them and ran like fuck back to the informant's house brick bleeding out badly.

    Now, obviously because the DM loves mando's and it was the first game he didn't exactly want the character to die, but insisted that Brick was now half the mando he used to be. I managed to stabilise the bleeding and he returns to consciousness. Wearing cloaks the next day we go to the nearest robot junkier to get him a new arm. (Stormtroopers were on ridiculous high alert. they brought a fucktonne of troopers into the town and had them stationed on rooves).

    Anyway, we get there undetected and poke around the shop looking for something we could use. I try to finesse any knowledge of underground weapons dealers out of the merchant, but he clams up because Captain Diplomacy is terrible at everything other than running away and dodging bullets. that and he thinks he's a remnant spy, which after the others calm him down, inclines him to add 25% to the cost of everything.

    Brick looks up and goes "I want a gun for my new arm"
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)11:51 No.15219353
    after a lot of humming and harring from the DM as he works out the rules, we go through some shenannigans to get the gun he wants (taking down stormtroopers, solid snake style, or in my case, getting discovered and arrested before the others rescue me) brick finally gets the gun he wants. The anti-structural weapon from the plaza.

    12 hours later I've sown it on. It's that heavy he can't even lift it to aim without straining and he now walks with a drag and suffers ridiculous penalties. To hide the weapon he keeps the cloak.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)12:06 No.15219437

    Thank you, sir. I am in tears.
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    the chosen of the dice god
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)13:03 No.15219788
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    Really? An entire epic /tg/-related screencap thread, and nobody's posted "Ave Imperator, motherfuckers" yet?

    Shit's weak, yo. Fortunately I happen to have Ave Imperator motherfuckers right here.
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)13:09 No.15219830
    Oh goodness graciuos I got an urge to yell "GLORIOUS!" all of a sudden.
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)13:21 No.15219900
    I had no idea it was possible to actually roleplay a Space Marine.
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)13:47 No.15220132

    Wouldn't the dragon have suffocated by then
    >> Defender !!lWYa6catlJ8 06/10/11(Fri)13:51 No.15220170
    If you hadn't posted both Henderson images, I would have. Well played sir.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:21 No.15220375

    Henderson is why THAT GUY isn't always bad.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:29 No.15220428

    basically the epic larp story is about a THAT guy too
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:31 No.15220438
    I'm in love with this story. Such a magnificent fucking bastard.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:41 No.15220495
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:43 No.15220502
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    And there was the day we proved Teddy Roosevelt was a puma.
    >> Anonymous Prime 06/10/11(Fri)14:46 No.15220523
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    Warning: reading this might urge you to roll a paladin.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:48 No.15220541
    Don't suppose anyone has the thread about the four-man party with two bards and a wizard (Jonathan Entcaller was his name, I think) fighting off a horde of Orcs with a Rod of Wind?
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:50 No.15220554

    The guys that played The Who?
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:54 No.15220583
    That's the one.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)14:59 No.15220611

    sorry, never heard of it...
    >> Defender !!lWYa6catlJ8 06/10/11(Fri)15:00 No.15220626
    Shame no one seems to have it, I'd very much enjoy reading it.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:09 No.15220693
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    I've always liked this one.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:10 No.15220704

    If I have it its on my laptop, which is alllll the way over there.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:18 No.15220752

    Come on, fa/tg/uy. One love.
    >> Defender !!lWYa6catlJ8 06/10/11(Fri)15:26 No.15220812
    That's one hell of a way to enforce the "DM Is Always Right" rule.
    >> Defender !!lWYa6catlJ8 06/10/11(Fri)15:35 No.15220883
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    Gonna bump with some IG love. BRB touching up the weathered paintjob on my Goddamned Baneblade.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:39 No.15220904
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    >> H+ 06/10/11(Fri)15:42 No.15220927
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    I think I have that super epic "Archduke Ulric" LARP here somewhere if anyone wants it, Pic related.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:43 No.15220938
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:44 No.15220952
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:44 No.15220954
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    In an interview for the BBC he did during the filming of Star Trek 4, Gene Roddenberry said that if he could have done it in the 60s, he would have openly made Kirk and Spock lovers. This is supported by the Trek Omnibus/Setting Bible that explains that Kirk/Spock are incredibly familiar "like a long time married couple".

    One of his, not realized in Trek, dreams about the future is that people get past their dogmatic attachment to hetero-only sexuality.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:46 No.15220963
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    Personally I prefer this story
    Not sure why, but I do think the narration is more interesting.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)15:47 No.15220975
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)16:06 No.15221135
    ogodwat, I'd immediately call massive bullshit pick up my cards and go do something fun.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)16:22 No.15221257

    There is a second one too, where all of us in the thread encourage him to ask The Baroness out after those shenannigains, which he actually does successfully.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)16:25 No.15221280

    Dude, it's an ancient red dragon. It could probably summon an air elemental and breath it in or something.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)16:29 No.15221309

    was it capped?
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)16:38 No.15221372
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)16:41 No.15221391
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)16:55 No.15221483
    >Quickened Time Stop
    >Quicken: Spell Slot 4 levels higher
    >Time Stop: 9th Level

    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)17:39 No.15221763
    Epic thread of epic threads
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)18:01 No.15221909
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)18:04 No.15221926
    please tell me this is on suptg
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)18:13 No.15221977
    It only amounted to that exchange. The conversation was in the middle of a thread about playing an illithid PC, if I remember correctly.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)18:20 No.15222011
    Not that hard man. I can think of a few ways just off the top of my head. You can even do it in core with a Greater Rod of Quicken (170,000 gp well spent)
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)18:52 No.15222218
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    Part 1
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)18:53 No.15222220
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    Part 2
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)18:59 No.15222259
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    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)19:17 No.15222398
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    >Greater Rod of Quicken

    My asshole puckers in terror just contemplating the price of that fucker.

    On the other hand, Greater Rod of Quicken.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)19:41 No.15222564
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    The only good thing to ever come from a -4 STR thread
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)19:47 No.15222608
    That would make for a cartoon with some actual marketable potential.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)22:23 No.15223959
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    I wound this kinda hot.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)22:24 No.15223971
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)22:42 No.15224122
    Pfft, he clearly should have bought him period-appropriate underwear made of linens.

    And those particular panties are too small to adequately support the male anatomy, at least without a gaff.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)22:47 No.15224176
    We will MAKE THEM FIT!
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)23:13 No.15224426
    Definitely hot.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)23:23 No.15224516
    They're cute. I might consider wearing them, depending on how tight they end up being.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)23:38 No.15224668
    Please don't be a guy.
    Please don't be a guy.
    Please don't be a guy.
    Please don't be a guy.
    Please don't be a guy.
    Please don't be a guy.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)23:39 No.15224675
    What do you think?
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)23:39 No.15224676
    I hereby give you your Indian name, known far and wide amongst the tribal lands of 4chan:
    >Posts With Optimism.
    Go forth with "pride", or whatever you experience as an equivalent.
    >> Anonymous 06/10/11(Fri)23:41 No.15224694
    Screw that. Please be one!
    >> Posts With Optimism 06/10/11(Fri)23:51 No.15224787
    I will honor the name that you have given me.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:00 No.15224868

    Holy fuck who are these guys and where can I go drinking with them?
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:02 No.15224888
    Ah shit I have an entire folder of awesome /tg/ screencaps, but no way of accessing them from this computer. Wish I could contribute though. :(
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:09 No.15224962
    Anyone got more sexy and/or trappy ones?
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:18 No.15225041
    So does that make you two blood brothers or something, Injun Poster?
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:19 No.15225044
    I'll give you my measurements:


    Puzzle that out on your own
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:25 No.15225100

    Somewhere floats out there a screencap of DH player(s) trolling His(their) furry DM by killing he and all his furry buddies fursonas at least three times. I would like this if anyone has it.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:44 No.15225299
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:55 No.15225429
    that's pretty big for a girl, right? I don't know

    the post did sound like a guy...
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)00:59 No.15225469
    Could be just a tall/thick girl. Look for waist-hip ratio, by dividing the waist measurement by hips.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:02 No.15225515
    but why would a girl say "I'd consider wearing them"? That context suggests to me a guy
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:09 No.15225595
    Girls apparently don't just sort of wear any underwear designed for their gender the way guys do.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:15 No.15225664
    Do most guys? I know standards are more lax for guys, but I thought that most have some preference.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:18 No.15225692
    Most wear whatever's comfy.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:30 No.15225825
    Is it not the same for girls?
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:40 No.15225931
    For some, probably, but many like to wear pretty or fashionable underwear.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:42 No.15225951
    Or both. No reason it can't be both.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:51 No.15226055
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    If you really must talk about your trap fetish can't you please take it somewhere else instead of derailing this thread?
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:57 No.15226104
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    May as well use this thread, this is where it started and it's not like one discussion prevents the other.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:57 No.15226110
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:58 No.15226118
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)01:59 No.15226129
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)02:01 No.15226142
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)02:03 No.15226161
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    oh man this was great
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)02:04 No.15226174
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)02:06 No.15226187
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)02:07 No.15226196
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)02:10 No.15226227
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)07:13 No.15228318
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)07:22 No.15228374
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)07:30 No.15228419
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    Behold gentlemen, Old Man Henderson in the flesh

    My gift to you /tg/
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)10:00 No.15229091
    Warforged are just the type to have existential crises.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)12:37 No.15230112
    Only half of them have a trap fetish
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)13:47 No.15230794
    and the other half are traps/potential traps?
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)13:50 No.15230812
    Bumpan with epic /tg/ music.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)14:06 No.15230919
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)14:35 No.15231135
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    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)15:22 No.15231476
    I like it a lot, especially since he's drunkenly yelling the best quote from The Surprising Adventures of Old Man Henderson.
    >> Miss Harpy 06/11/11(Sat)15:39 No.15231616
    It wouldn't make the picture complete without it

    artist here btw XD
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)16:41 No.15232196
    "Roll Disguise against the rogue's Search"
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)17:09 No.15232410

    you left out the stuffed parrot
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)18:58 No.15233698
    >If you really must talk about your trap fetish
    To be fair it is fairly on topic
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)19:34 No.15234043
    I'm not sure if passing or failing that check would be better...
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)20:11 No.15234422
    Depends on what you want to happen next :P
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)20:28 No.15234593
    Explain to me what these sizes are
    What they mean and how I take my own
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)21:05 No.15235064

    *sigh* Young 'uns these days.

    Bust / Waist / Hips.

    Each measured in Inches.

    40 / 34 / 41 Suggests

    -Hourglass figure. (Marylin Monroe, for proprortion sake, was 37-23-35, But she was also 5 foot 5 1/2 inches tall, since the average american woman is taller than that, I'm assuming she's well proportioned.)

    -She probably has either "Dem HIPS!" or "Dat ASS!"

    Men, for what it's worth, do not have our proportions measured in an identical fasion... instead, we get measured at the "trouser waist" (Roughtly your navel) and the "Front Waistband" (Where your pants actually *are* on your body.)
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)21:57 No.15235587
    A good way to check proportions is the waist-hip ratio. Divide the waist measurement by the hips, and see the resulting number.

    Marylin Monroe, according to those measurements, was 0.65.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)22:01 No.15235622
    0.7 is the female ideal, although individual bodies can of course vary. Going above 1.0 means your fat.

    The more you know.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)22:33 No.15235901
    Mystery Anon here >>15235587 has 0.8. Is that still normal female? What's the male average, 1?
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)23:26 No.15236419
    Male average is 0.9
    That's dead in the middle between male and female.
    >> Anonymous 06/11/11(Sat)23:59 No.15236738
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    This is the greatest thing ever.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)00:50 No.15237245
    Curses, /tg/ shall forever be left in ignorance!
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)05:01 No.15239116
    I haven't laughed as hard at anything else in this thread.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)05:42 No.15239344
    I'm pretty sure it's fake. The authors speaks frequently of chat windows, but also of "leaning in and rolling out in the open." It's a fabulous story, but alas, just a story.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)06:08 No.15239486
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    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)06:51 No.15239697

    This one in particular had me laughing out loud in a restaurant like that crazy guy who laughs at his computer.

    This thread is amazing and has pushed me to flirt with the idea of starting to play these games.

    Do you all play on TG? I honestly have little to no experience when it comes to this.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)07:53 No.15240030
    Of course not all of us play. Not all the time.

    I play.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)08:18 No.15240199
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    To all GW- and Ward-haters, here is your explanation as to why and how.

    >kill'd rypert
    I didn't even know Rupert, captcha.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)10:55 No.15241074
    I lold too. The way it ends adds extra hilarity.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)11:04 No.15241146
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    I attempted to pull this off in a campaign once. At the end everyone had a migraine.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)13:15 No.15242227
    What is instead of one room, each "room" is a small dungeon in itself with three or four rooms. The top one has a ladder, the bottom one a watch, and others have doors to adjacent "rooms".
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)13:18 No.15242257
    Great idea for a demiplane.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)15:27 No.15243324
    I think a lot of these screencaps are really.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)15:52 No.15243563
    I read a porn story once that took place in a tesseract. Two people were abducted by aliens or something, and placed inside a tesseractal maze. It was part of a sci-fi/porn trilogy. I wonder if that guy is the author.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)18:28 No.15245082
    *is reminded of Hypercube*
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)20:15 No.15246079
    moar epic stories
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)22:10 No.15247334
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    ...really what?
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)22:14 No.15247379
    really great ideas for a demiplane.
    Read the quote train.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)22:17 No.15247412
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    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)22:26 No.15247510

    Oh, I see. Could've used a comma, but hey.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)22:29 No.15247532
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    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)23:30 No.15248057
    As that poster I apologise. Normally I, if anything, overuse commas.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)23:44 No.15248178
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    Apology accepted, fellow fa/tg/uy. I, too, am, known, for, overusing, commas, so I feel you.

    Anyone else think /tg/ is the most civil board here?
    >> Someone else. !Ep2QNuW1R2 06/12/11(Sun)23:44 No.15248185
    It's more or less universally accepted at this point.
    >> Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)23:45 No.15248195
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    We are, in our own way.
    >> noko Anonymous 06/12/11(Sun)23:57 No.15248279
    archive plz. this is gold
    >> Someone else. !Ep2QNuW1R2 06/13/11(Mon)00:02 No.15248313
    No, no image dumps in the archive.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)00:03 No.15248322
    Is that the name of the story? I read the full trilogy, but this was years ago and my memory isn't great.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)00:08 No.15248366
    >See Op's Pic
    >Think "oh wow, another guy started a screencap thread with the same pic that in that thread some days ago, well, meaby someone post new ones"
    >see the sames screencaps
    >realize is the same fucking thread

    Hell, i knew this is a slow board, but wow.
    >> Someone else. !Ep2QNuW1R2 06/13/11(Mon)00:17 No.15248429
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    >> Someone else. !Ep2QNuW1R2 06/13/11(Mon)00:18 No.15248436
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    Remember when people made Fuklaw fanart? I do.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)00:18 No.15248437
    Threads don't all last this long. This thread has just gotten periodic posts for a while. It happens, now and again.
    >> Someone else. !Ep2QNuW1R2 06/13/11(Mon)00:21 No.15248459
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)00:29 No.15248519
    Three days /tg/.

    Three days of quotes.

    >Captcha: llearm sum-timz
    I cannot ascertain the meaning of this.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)00:31 No.15248536
    That sounds made up.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)00:51 No.15248682
    It might be.

    I'm still okay with that.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)01:17 No.15248941
    It does make them feel a bit less fun when you don't think they're real...
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)02:26 No.15249674
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)03:17 No.15250188
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)03:47 No.15250421
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    Time for some OC (sorta)
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)06:53 No.15251427
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    I do love this one.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)07:01 No.15251451
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    I know these are all long but they are totally worth the read.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)07:03 No.15251464
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)07:10 No.15251493
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)07:51 No.15251693
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    looks like you saved the thumbnail, bro
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)09:50 No.15252396
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    I'm not crying...I've just...got something in my eye.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)09:51 No.15252406
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)10:02 No.15252477
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    Surprised this one hasn't been posted yet.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)10:03 No.15252483
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)10:11 No.15252548
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    Somebody asked for this earlier.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)10:27 No.15252629
    And by "earlier" I of course mean three fucking days ago.

    Jesus this is a long thread
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)10:30 No.15252635
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    Remembered this and went on easymodo to find it.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)10:37 No.15252665
    >Married gods
    God fucking dammit, even the human DEITIES can't stop fucking elves. Stop fucking the elves!
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)10:39 No.15252675
    If it's good enough for the gods, it's good enough for you, faggot. Go fuck another elf.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)12:43 No.15253690
    Out of curiosity, did that person who was going to play a cat Rogue ever come back with more stories?
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)13:00 No.15253876
    Only have have update from yesterday
    Lemme just find it
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)13:32 No.15254205
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    Here is is.
    (Left out "irrelevant" parts)
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)14:10 No.15254575

    That is awesome. Much appreciated.
    >> CAT !!fzMkxxrtKt+ 06/13/11(Mon)14:14 No.15254612
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    Have another session later tonight, I'll update either when I get home or tomorrow.
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)15:32 No.15255287
    We shall look forward to it
    >> toughtless celestial 06/13/11(Mon)15:56 No.15255488
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    >this thread
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)15:58 No.15255508

    seriously, long tail is long!

    that cat is not human!
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)16:23 No.15255674
    >that cat is not human!
    Captain Obvious strikes again
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    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)16:30 No.15255739
    I think I remember that girl asking for ideas on /tg/. Unless I'm mistaken that's the /a/ chick that wanted to fuck her brother.
    >> toughtless celestial 06/13/11(Mon)16:58 No.15255945
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    Aren't there more where those came from?
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)18:01 No.15256565
    That was me who asked. Thanks!
    >> Anonymous 06/13/11(Mon)20:21 No.15257964
    >the /a/ chick that wanted to fuck her brother.
    I must hear more about this!

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