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Remember the Big Gulp message board?

Permanent Linkby Strega on Sun Jul 13, 2014 8:13 pm

http://members.boardhost.com/Big_Gulp/

It's still there and I am now the admin. Registration has been imposed to help hedge out a certain disruptive poster. While Eka's has many useful forums, a legacy board like BG is useful for arranging get togethers at cons or discussing various vore finds.

Should you register, you will find you cannot post until I approve your registration. Once that is done, hopefully things will proceed as before. So far everything seems to be working.

You can still view the board even if you don't register, and your E-mail and IP addy do not show up when you post. That last is important to some people, thus the IP stamping was removed.

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Raffle winners: Angie_Furclad and Surge!

Permanent Linkby Strega on Tue Dec 31, 2013 10:58 pm

One I don't know and one who's been snapping at me for years. Hopefully they will want neat stuff drawn. 83

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In case you missed it, free raffle over here:

Permanent Linkby Strega on Sat Dec 28, 2013 12:40 pm

viewtopic.php?f=25&t=37342

Kiala pointed out that not everyone looks at the forums, and forum posts don't show up on your artist watch list. So, here's a post that will show up if you are watching me, telling you about my holiday raffle. 83

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The Temple of the Badger microadventure (D&D 3.5)

Permanent Linkby Strega on Sat May 18, 2013 5:52 pm

The “Temple of the badger” (D&D 3.5 miniadventure)

Near an inconsequential small town, which could be anywhere in a semi-wilderness area, the party encounters a raggedy old man who claims to be a wandering oracle. After providing details on the party to prove his skill, he intones via typically vague and cryptic sayings that someone in the party is destined to recover a famous magic item from a monster-infested complex once known as the Temple Of The Badger. Luckily the legend tells of a secret way in, via the mouth of a badger-head carving in the side of a hill a few miles away. As they are destined to recover it, the oracle's musings imply they will get it without too much trouble, as they are to “Make it through the badger in less than a day.”

The first sign that something is rotten in Denmark is that a successful dwarven Stonecunning (DC 20) check on the badger head will show that, though it is very well crafted, it shows no signs of age. (It was, in fact, crafted by the ...

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Alignments of (some of) my predators.

Permanent Linkby Strega on Sun Feb 03, 2013 9:21 am

Alignment scale of my preds with some examples. This is based on the rather poor D&D alignment system, because I am most familiar with it. Now expanded to include Law/Chaos.

“Good” Good alignments are rare among my preds since few of then can reform their prey. They won't eat you unless you deserve it, in their opinion, or unless they are absolutely desperate. Others are less picky but wouldn't eat you unless they could reform you. The ones that can't reform you probably wouldn't eat you even if you stuck your head in their mouth if they don't think you deserve it. Even if you convinced them you could reform the odds are not good, since they would perceive it as a questionable act.

Examples:

Lawful Good:
-- The Gold Dragon (very “good”, but possessed of a black and white morality, which means he eats “evil” creatures without a qualm.)
-- The Couatl from The Couatl's Tower (eats evil people only. Real...

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