How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Man, when you can't telnet...

forging emails gets alot more difficult. Bah, another day.

In other news... a-yuh. Hung out last night and roleplayed, and it got decidedly interesting. I haven't ever really closely based a character on someone elses character before (Ray Stantz from Ghostbusters), and it is actually alot harder than making one from scratch. Deciding what stats the other character had, and then actually having your character act like the one that you're plagarizing.

But it worked. Sam and I have a rather belivable Egon/Ray team, and we're currently being hoodwinked by Tim and Max's characters, who are New Order techonocrats planning to bust us as reality deviants.

That was followed up by a depressingly non-bloody mage knight battle.

I've gotten the latest of the Myth books, Myth-ion Improbable. It's somewhat odd, first, being out of the Myth timeline, set between the second and third books, second for being not quite in the same vien. After a seven year hiatus, I think a little inconsistancy is understandable, and TIm said it gets back up to par by the end.

Happy happy joy joy.
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