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God, do these guys take everything at face value?
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>>52263312
My sides

Taking any bets that he spelt it "Gorilla"
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Ok, so the last 4
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And the last one.
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>webms
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>>52263616
What the fuck has that clip got to do with anything at all?
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>>52263765
Not him, but it makes much more sense in the context, especially as railroading.
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>>52263690
I miss the days when WebM was first introduced. That heady rush of optimism and euphoria that pervaded the entire site.

It was a good day.
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>>52263632
Those are good (the first one made me chuckle)

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>>52263616
and those are so bad, it's not even funny
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L-lewd!
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>>52263583
Kek'd
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>>52263481
He likely posted the Navy Seals copypasta and the man took him seriously.
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Yes mods it is safe for a blue board.
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>>52269258
That outfit might be giving a bonus to something, but it sure as hell isn't speech
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>>52264312
Is this loss?
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>>52263392
Either that or they know it's bullshit but report it anyway because their followers don't
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>>52270340
tome of battle?
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>>52270340
>wizards vs fighters
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>>52270288
Source?
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>>52266375
...I don't get it.
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>>52270439
Neverwinter Nights 2
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>>52270182

Well, it is now.
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>>52263312
>Bernsteijn
>Rettberg
i wish i had stayed off /pol/
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>>52270530
They mixed three similar-looking candies that taste different and do not work well together. So someone would take a hand full of candy expecting one kind of candy, perhaps just the chocolate of m&ms, and then receive an unpleasant surprise when they take a bite.
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>>52270647
You'd think you were going insane when the similar candy tastes differently
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>>52270340

Something relating to F.A.T.A.L.'s Urination skill.
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>do not work well together.
Well, that only really goes for the skittles.
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>>52270647
Even if you take a handfull of candy, you're not going to put them all in your mouth at once, right? You eat them one at a time.
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>>52271210
Not if you're American
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>>52271210
The (only) correct way to eat candies like those is to eat one color at a time. So you're still at risk.
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>>52271286

Aren't they individually labelled, too?
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>>52271325
You'd have to look pretty closely to notice.
I think I'd be more likely to notice the fact that skittles feel somewhat different to the touch compared to the two others.
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>>52270340
>tripfags
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>>52270647
Surely the M&Ms and Reese's Pieces would work reasonably well together surely? They make peanut M&M's for goodness sake.
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>>52271286
I group them up then separate them leaving it in groups of one of each color. After that eat the excess ones then eat the group.
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>>52263583
Is that the 13th warrior? It's been so long.
>when he sharpens down the sword and then still gets made fun off
That fuckin movie man. That's seriously how player bants should work in campaigns.
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>>52264133
I think I just blew a gasket. But in a good way.
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>>52271421
the lady in that gif worked harder and achieved more than any fa/tg/uy ever will

kinda shitty to call her "booty"
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>>52270530
M&Ms are chocolate, Reese's are peanut butter, and Skittles are fruit gummy.
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>>52272185
Are these from the Frankenfran arc where people make themselves into Riders and need to be stronger and eventually modify themselves into kaiju?
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>>52272532
Fuck off back to your safe space. She's piratepussy now.
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>>52272636
It's actually something that comes up again and again over the course of the series.
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>>52272532
>going so out of the way to get offended
eat shit you absolutely imbecile cuck
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franken fran is a disturbing masterpiece
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>>52271677
You mean this:
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>>52272831
>Twardowski on /tg/
Poland can into space!
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>>52272532
The saddest thing is that this qualifies as bait on /tg/
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Open to suggestions
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>>52272777
Such truth.
Sorry, what's PJ?
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>>52273448
Pan Jaszkyne - Dungeon Master in... Polish?
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>>52271848
I get the reference, but I don't understand how it relates.
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>>52273448
>>52274129

I think it is "Personaje Jugable", PC in Spanish
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Alternatively:
>Playing with or against an obscure deck
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>>52271430
But that makes the skittles all the worse.
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>>52271848
>>52274236
Never mind I got it.
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>>52274129
It's Mistrz Gry - Game Master - in Polish. We don't have "dungeon masters" at all, since Mistrz Lochu sounds like a master of female pig, or even better - like a /d/M
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>>52272532
>affirmative action hire
>working hard

More like hardly working. Bitch can't even board the station on her own. I'm glad there will be no women in the future.
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>>52273448
ah shit, its pretty much >>52274342, I was thinking in bullfighter when i made it
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>>52274129
>Pan Jaszkyne
It's Pán Jeskyně (literally - master of the cave) in Czech.
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>>52274860
Only if you are playing Dragon's Den.
One of few games to fully acknowledge Barbarian is not a class, but a race.
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>>52274923
My fucking sides... and I'm going to try this on my players.
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>>52274765
Then who am I going to fuck in the future? Call me a pleb, but I am not into futas or traps. Not knocking on you if that's your thing, though.
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>>52274687
Yeah pretty much.
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>>52274950
>El Goonish Shive
>think it's going to be full of lesbians, catgirls and lesbian catgirls worthy of an Itou Hachi series
>it isn't
These fucking filename threads got me good.

>>52274980
Sexbots?
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>>52274980
Robots, the pure waifus of the future
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>Not thinking that she's the one that infiltrated the enemy ship and get's to be thrown around in zero g by her fellow space pirates as a reward because she's a carefree and fun loving soul.

Who's the real sexist here?
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>>52275082
Don't fist the android girls!
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>>52275082
Eh, there is plenty of the first, a spattering of the second and I am sure there is more of the third than just what is found in the previous NP storyline.
Plus one of the most powerful individuals regularly uses that power to Become the Little Girl.
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>>52263196
Source/context? That shit spoopy
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>>52263392
She looks like a big people version of that really hot midget.
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>>52275397
For those wondering what Pandora Chaos Raven looks like when she isn't Being The Little Girl
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>>52275820
And yes "Pandora Chaos Raven" is her actual name, to say she doesn't have all her marbles would be an understatement.
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>>52274342
Also Personage Joueur in french.
Which provides a perfect transistion for my next pic.
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>>52274980
You have all the other genders to pick from, my friend.
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>>52275383
Source? Also, does this comic go anywhere or is it stagnant?
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>>52276121
El Goonish Shive, has been updating roughly 3 times a week for a little over 15 years and is still going strong.
Be aware the early stuff is kinda... well it was made when Dan was still in high school, however unlike most webcomic creators he has improved in more or less every way
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>>52276089
I'm willing to accept the idea of an "androgynous" gender or an "other" category that is given the PC name of "third-gender" or "non-binary", but going past 4, let alone 25, is heading into absurdity. It's weird that I hold a lot of left-leaning opinions considering that I'm also pro-GG, though I also believe Trump is not Hitler it's too soon to invoke Godwin's Law. I blame America's false political binary of being communist hippiecucks vs MRA-Nazi neckbeards.

To make your image on-topic, naming it as:
>elf character creation options
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>>52276378
What's a good starting point then?
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>Trump is not Hitler

What do you mean? Every US president is literally Hitler. Obama was, Bush was, Nixon was... It's a time honored tradition, like schoolyard antics in British parliament.
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>These opinions
My comrade. I'm not even moderate left, I just want to avoid the batshit end of the horseshoe where people come from bizarro world and/or lust for bloody revolution.

Honestly though, 5 is where it's at (m/f/none/both/fluid), past that it's just pointless quantification of how male or female or other you feel, and how intensely you feel it, comparable to "demisexual" tier orientation wank, or worse (kin genders are the "sapiosexual" of the gender spectrum.)

Anyway. Filename.
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>>52277101
2 genders and deviations gives already a whole lot of fucking drama
What is the point of setting up five? Create a chinese elemental cycle?
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>>52277288
>not setting up Pokemon battles with your gender types
The Male attack Genderfluid! It's super effective!
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>>52277101
Two or none.
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Eh, from a legal and administrative standpoint I think we should just stick to M/F/other.
From a language standpoint, nothing other than he/she/they and maybe it.
From a social and medical standpoint, IMO, dysphoria has been scientifically proved to be a real thing, that causes actual psychological harm, and it's not too difficult to use "they" in a conversation or whatever so your friends' brains don't try to kill them. Kinda like accommodating your allergic guests when making dinner.
("But what if slippery slope" -- there's a reason I dismiss demigender and faegender bullshit as what it is: it's not proven and it definitely harms communication. That's where you need to draw the line.)
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>>52277419

I'd say there's justification for at least three. While rare, intersex is a thing and I suppose 'gender fluid' could fall under that intermediate heading as well.
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Here's some OC i made from a story time in /co/.
It's in a sticky, the story time i mean, so go check it if you can.
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>>52270182
Four frames.
So yes.
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>>52277288
Why bother with subjective genders when you can have biologically objective sexes?

If we're going to get silly, let's go all the way.

Dysphoria is real, of course, just like schizophrenia. If it was an imaginary choice it would be silly, but understandable. It's a real phenomenon though, so I'm not going to cater to someone's mental illnesses.
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>>52276477
I wish I could give a simple answer, it is all based on personal tastes and ability to put up with bad art.
What I can at least give is a summary of each "storyline", which are easily selectable with the drop down menu between the first/next/etc. buttons
>Introductions
7 pages of meta-"humour" with the first usage (and attempt to explain) the "hammer-gag", the over-used anime cliche of girls hitting perverts with hammers.
Can safely be skipped unless you want the full experience.
>The Goo
The first canon storyline, which is also skippable, the only thing that matters is that Elliot fights and defeats the eponymous Goo.
>Shade Part 1
We get introduced to Grace, this I would argue is a valid point to start, it's still early so it has all the issues that entails but it has a lot of world building and foreshadowing.
If you do wish to skip it, here is the cliff notes version: Tedd, Sarah and Elliot go to see a movie; it is obvious Sarah has a thing for Elliot; after dropping Tedd off after the movie he is met by a woman wearing only a trench-coat who says her name is Grace; after letting her in we find that Tedd's dad recognizes Grace as someone known as "Shade Tail", he however is not willing to divulge much of anything beyond the name, citing DGB (Dad's Government Buissness); the next day Tedd invites Elliot over to meet Grace and discuss what little they know, as well as Sarah who takes Grace to the mall to buy clothes; after some strips about their escapades, on their way back to Sarah's car the duo get jumped by a mugger with a knife, with Grace responding by turning into some kind of half woman, half squirrel thing and ripping the knife from the mugger's hand using some kind of psyhic power, y'know, as you do
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>>52277634
Sorry you don't feel safe in this space anymore, anon.
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>Q&A #1
Some quick filling in on some of how some of the magical stuff in EGS works, that changes in size normally maintain weight, and that the hammer gag can only be used humorously against perverts, and doesn't work in serious situations
>Shade Part 2
We get some backstory to Grace and her "brothers",
>Relations Part 1
Elliot invites Sarah to the martial arts dojo he goes to, however the next day seems to try to avoid her...
>April Fools Week
A week of silly 100% non-canon fun
>Relations Part 2
Elliot takes Sarah to the Anime-Style Martial Arts Dojo, run by a large black dude called Greg, a black belt in three disciplines who gained insight into accessing one's Ki after watching 168 straight hours (which is equal to one whole week) of anime after being dumped by his girlfriend.
We also meet Justin, one of the other students.
We find out why Elliot was avoiding Sarah:
Elliot was aware of Sarah's feeling for him and one of the other students is Elliot's girlfriend, Nanase (pronounced nah-nah-say if I remember correctly). Sarah learns this the worst way possible, with Nanase giving Elliot a big sloppy kiss after sparring with him. Sarah runs off and after being told how much of an idiot he is by Nanase, he runs after her, having a heart to heart chat in a nearby ice-cream parlour, turns out he had underestimated Sarah's feelings for him. Oh and Nanase then breaks up with Elliot. Guy just can't catch a break.
>Catnip
Tedd and Grace mess around with transformations and we get introduced to the TF gun. Actually surprisingly important to the plot (and TF stuff major reason to read the comic) especially near the end where we learn quite a bit about Tedd and Elliot's relationship.
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>>52278860
Do any of y'all want me to continue? Or to go into more detail?
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>>52278912
Honestly, I think this is pointless. Trying to get into El Goonish Shive at this point is literally waste of time. Not because it's bad or because it aged or some other shit, but simply because there is a 15 years of content to "catch up". It's pretty much as pointless as trying to start reading at this point anything else than first 100 or so strips of OotS, because there is just too much shit to read, while not exactly in most accessable way (could work as a book or shorts, but not as a comics)
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>>52276089
Well, it's about time we got another volume of International Geopolitics...
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>>52278912
Please no. This is as bad as reading Hawkman's origin story on /co/.
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>>52276089
So, does Nat Geo take a DNA sample and sequence all these new and exciting genders? I'd love to hear all about the X, Y, and Z chromosomes.
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>>52279068
This pasta again? Seriously, it could finally get proper formatting to make it less painful to eyes
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>>52279061
National Geo defined Gender as a social construct and not a genetic fact.
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>>52279185
>Implying this is not a kick-ass idea
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>>52279189
It's a second language, you shouldn't be surprised.
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>>52279189
If you, or anyone else is willing to reformat it to be better on the eyes (and/or come up with a better filename) I am more than happy to replace it.
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>>52279061
Additionally, that's the definition used by people who identify with those genders. Preferably don't shit on something you know nothing about.
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>>52279243
Text formatting has nothing to do with language you use. This reads like bunch of SMS tied together.

>>52279246
I'm not a native English speaker either, so go figure. But it's still painful to read, mostly due to lack of proper formatting, not grammar itself.
I mean use fucking capital letters and punctuation. It's a slog of a text to read, so kinda-sorta helps to read it effortlessly, instead of trying to figure out if it's missing punctuation or intentional lack of it.
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>>52274923
Anyone have the pasta proving that Gandalf is actually a high level fighter?
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>>52279285
Would you like me to go proofread and format that shit?
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>>52279343
No, because I dislike the story. It's a lenghty piece of "Shit that never happend, but it drags for so long it starts to be belivable if you squint". Which I've pointed out in my very first post about it.
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>Few
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>>52271394
When I did this, I also had to spend a few minutes picking out the purple Skittles, as such a color of M&Ms does not exist by default. Probably in a coincidence, I was banned from bringing snacks to work after this.
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>>52279361
I've experienced stranger shit than that at SCA events. It's perfectly believable.
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>>52279291

Isn't Gandalf a Maiar, creature from before the 1st age of Middle Earth though?
Pretty much anything from that era has more in common with a character from Exalted rather than D&D.

I mean we are talking about an era where Sauron was just a lackey to the Big Bad, where Dragons got invented and were the size of Mountains, and were killed with magical crystal powered air-ships and Elves were manly bastards and Eagles are a proud intelligent warrior race.
Where Balrogs marched out in armies and illumination was provided by either a pair of trees, or a pair of gigantic braziers.

Note: I said "Braziers" NOT "Brassieres" THEY ARE DIFFERENT THINGS.
I've made that mistake before.
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>>52279393
And I've seen enough iterations of this pasta to qualify it as a fake, while in the same time have enough field experience with LARPers and reenactors due to being trained seamstress and knowing a plentiful of weirder stories, so?
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>>52279343
If it isn't too much of an imposition.
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>>52271569
I dispute that math and/or reading of the text, which omits a crucial comma present in all translations that use the phrasing (and the semantics of translations that use a different phrasing). It reads "... sevenfold, as the light of seven days." That's a clarification, not an additional multiplicative factor.
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This is by far THE most inefficient way of making tiles I've ever seen.
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It goes a lot faster after making the reusable mold. They're just making one to demonstrate for the camera.
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>>52279464
I support this. In fact, my Luther bible doesn't even have two 'seven's in this chapter.
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>>52279436
Why not. Just keep the thread on life support while I work.
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I'll see what can be done
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>>52279898
>Colossus of Karaz
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>>52271848
Never seen Jojo but I know the protomen. Anyone want to help me understand?
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>>52279273

Honestly, I was way more "tolerant" of trans-etc before I did the research to understand the biology, psychology, and history of the disorder.

With the absurdly rare exception of actual intersex individuals, the anon above who likened it to schizophrenia was spot on.
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>>52280266
Well yeah, Dysphoria is certainly a mental issue, what are you trying to say makes it less "tolerable"?
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>>52277101
You see, I would put genderfluid under both/androgynous, even though technically genderfluid is sometimes explicitly one or the other. but I guess I could yield to 5 in this case. I would also put none under non-binary, since I think that there could be cases where people lack a mental gender or have a mental gender that is anomalous. Anomalies aren't worth convoluting communication and social norms, but they can be recognized as not a part of the usual 2 genders.
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>>52273262
Truly this is the best board.
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>>52279273
Snowflake detected
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>>52270340
>Swing Bitches.jpg
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>>52280145
The big-person-aura-powers are called Stands.
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>>52275466
I have neither. I have a strong feeling that I recognize the artist's style, but I don't know if that's a supernatural effect or what. I'm also fairly sure I got it from /x/ unsourced, at the same time as pic related. Google Image Search is obviously unable to help.
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>>52280350

More specifically, less tolerant the treatment of trans-* with transition, surgery, and hormones, rather than anti-psychotics and CBT, as is the norm with other body dysmorphias. (And as it has been treated successfully in the past, when not piggy-backing on the more legitimate gay and lesbian rights movement to assume an untouchable listen-and-believe status.)
Which is to say nothing of not tolerating trans individuals. They deserve respect and proper medical treatment. Which is the point. To allow and encourage transition is as medically unethical and irresponsible as unnecessarily amputating the leg of someone suffering from limb dysmorphia.

Thread related image included
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>>52280594
Junji Ito - the guy behind Fish (that makes GASHUNK), Spiral, This is My Hole and couple other peculiar stories.
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>>52277101
>fluid
this would be the same as M or F
assuming this is about who you are at the moment.

Assuming its about what you can be, transexuals should be called both, because they were at some point of like A and now they are B
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>>52280627
>>52277101
also none is impossible since not being M or F you would be considered a third one.
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>>52276895
>>52264312
PHOTO. GRAPHIC. EVIDENCE.
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>>52280614
Well, I would say surgical gender reassignment is really just an extreme form of CBT.

Or you mean the Cognitive-Behaviral thing?
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>>52280643

....yes, the therapy one. I should have been more clear, given that I got in trouble in undergrad for making that joke as a TA.
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>>52280594
What the hell is this about? What is that thing doing to that child? What did it do to the other one? Is that other one the same one? Can we cure or kill them, and with what?
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>>52280643
Dohohohohoho
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>>52274765
>affirmative action hire
>space

Nigger what?
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>>52280619
wait, the actual cannibal or the flop-tittied space prostitute?
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>>52280501
bravo, wow, "Snowflake", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?

Next you reply back with "triggered", than I stop posting, then you feel smug with yourself for a short span of time before sinking back into depression, which you'll deny you have. After all, you want to make sure everyone on the internet thinks you're a winner because no one you know in real life would ever tell you that. No one "irl" cares about you enough to lie to you, and you're too unpleasant a person to be pitied.

But fear not! The length and intensity of my reply indicates that you've gotten under my skin, meaning you really did win, didn't you? After all, having emotions on the internet is a sure sign that someone has lost an argument. You know this, and so you've taken great pains to never display even a trace hint of emotion, here or in real life. (As a free hint, look into this and how it interacts with aforementioned depression). Displaying feelings is weak, feminine, and a telling trait of shit-eating liberal whiners. The fact that I've gone to such lengths to respond to you means you've won the emotional cold war. Except that this is a copy-paste I wrote up ages ago to deal with assholes such as yourself. So this requires as much involvement as your typical smug-anime-girl post. All I have to do is set up the opening of this rant to match your specific half-baked comment and fire away. So, maybe take the time you would have spent on your next comment examining the state of your life and the values you hold, you walking antithesis to human worth.

>>52280614
I won't pretend to know more than I do, it's definitely a complicated issue. I'm all for letting people do what they want so long as it doesn't hurt others. The line between personality and psychosis is pretty goddamned thin, in my mind. I think it's up to the person in question to decide whether they want to indulge or eradicate those sorts of tendencies.
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>>52280838
oh, my God
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>>52280501
winrar
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>>52280838
bravo, wow, "bravo, wow, "Snowflake", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?

Next you reply back with "triggered", than I stop posting, then you feel smug with yourself for a short span of time before sinking back into depression, which you'll deny you have. After all, you want to make sure everyone on the internet thinks you're a winner because no one you know in real life would ever tell you that. No one "irl" cares about you enough to lie to you, and you're too unpleasant a person to be pitied.

But fear not! The length and intensity of my reply indicates that you've gotten under my skin, meaning you really did win, didn't you? After all, having emotions on the internet is a sure sign that someone has lost an argument. You know this, and so you've taken great pains to never display even a trace hint of emotion, here or in real life. (As a free hint, look into this and how it interacts with aforementioned depression). Displaying feelings is weak, feminine, and a telling trait of shit-eating liberal whiners. The fact that I've gone to such lengths to respond to you means you've won the emotional cold war. Except that this is a copy-paste I wrote up ages ago to deal with assholes such as yourself. So this requires as much involvement as your typical smug-anime-girl post. All I have to do is set up the opening of this rant to match your specific half-baked comment and fire away. So, maybe take the time you would have spent on your next comment examining the state of your life and the values you hold, you walking antithesis to human worth.
", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?
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>>52280909
bravo, wow, "winrar", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?

Next you reply back with "triggered", than I stop posting, then you feel smug with yourself for a short span of time before sinking back into depression, which you'll deny you have. After all, you want to make sure everyone on the internet thinks you're a winner because no one you know in real life would ever tell you that. No one "irl" cares about you enough to lie to you, and you're too unpleasant a person to be pitied.

But fear not! The length and intensity of my reply indicates that you've gotten under my skin, meaning you really did win, didn't you? After all, having emotions on the internet is a sure sign that someone has lost an argument. You know this, and so you've taken great pains to never display even a trace hint of emotion, here or in real life. (As a free hint, look into this and how it interacts with aforementioned depression). Displaying feelings is weak, feminine, and a telling trait of shit-eating liberal whiners. The fact that I've gone to such lengths to respond to you means you've won the emotional cold war. Except that this is a copy-paste I wrote up ages ago to deal with assholes such as yourself. So this requires as much involvement as your typical smug-anime-girl post. All I have to do is set up the opening of this rant to match your specific half-baked comment and fire away. So, maybe take the time you would have spent on your next comment examining the state of your life and the values you hold, you walking antithesis to human worth.

>>52280942
bravo, wow, "post word limit exceeded", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?
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>>52279754
>>52279436
>>52279343
>>52279285
>>52279189
>>52279068

This took longer than I thought it would. Going for a second run-through, but in the meantime I need some input on an unclea moment.

>The leader of the group stopped the others and told everyone to wait and give me some privacy while I shed the bra, so everyone turned away.
No idea what she means by "shed" here. Fix? Toss?

Also, what do I do when I'm done? Pdf? Pastebin? PrtScr and a trillion years in Paint?
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>>52280998
"shed" means to take it off.
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>>52280978
bravo, wow, "bravo, wow, "bravo, wow, oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?
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>>52281037
Quotes should start and end their own line, anon. Reformatted:

bravo, wow,
"bravo, wow, "
bravo, wow, oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?
", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?",
oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?
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>>52281037
What is going on here?
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>>52281055
you're witnessing birth of a new meme
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>>52281028
But the point is, it wouldn't help with her nudity, would it? I'll keep it as it is, I guess.
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>>52270182
It ain't gain.
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>>52281086
bravo, wow, "http://i.4cdn.org/tg/1490060727665.jpg", oh my god, did you come up with all by yourself?

Next you reply back with "triggered", than I stop posting, then you feel smug with yourself for a short span of time before sinking back into depression, which you'll deny you have. After all, you want to make sure everyone on the internet thinks you're a winner because no one you know in real life would ever tell you that. No one "irl" cares about you enough to lie to you, and you're too unpleasant a person to be pitied.

But fear not! The length and intensity of my reply indicates that you've gotten under my skin, meaning you really did win, didn't you? After all, having emotions on the internet is a sure sign that someone has lost an argument. You know this, and so you've taken great pains to never display even a trace hint of emotion, here or in real life. (As a free hint, look into this and how it interacts with aforementioned depression). Displaying feelings is weak, feminine, and a telling trait of shit-eating liberal whiners. The fact that I've gone to such lengths to respond to you means you've won the emotional cold war. Except that this is a copy-paste I wrote up ages ago to deal with assholes such as yourself. So this requires as much involvement as your typical smug-anime-girl post. All I have to do is set up the opening of this rant to match your specific half-baked comment and fire away. So, maybe take the time you would have spent on your next comment examining the state of your life and the values you hold, you walking antithesis to human worth.
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>>52271210
You underestimate the power of fattness.
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>>52277288
>he doesn't align his gender with his feng shui
Form School for life!
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>>52279557
What is that?
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>>52280998
Alright, I'm releasing it into the wild. All marvel at my ineptitude!

http://pastebin.com/VYnwedDF

You might still want to resave that if you want to keep it around. I may or may not have set an expiration date.
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>>52280594
Did he get facesat to death?
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>>52281215
Final Fantasy XIV. You can use the bed in your inn room to log off, and watch your character waking up when you return.
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>>52281295
Ah, never played it.
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>>52281446
It's good if you like your quest-and-instance MMOs. Otherwise unremarkable.
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>>52279061
All three of those chromosomes already exist. So does W. Read a book, nigga.
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>>52281503
I don't much like MMO's at all, so no big loss on my part, thanks for the info.
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>>52279189
It's not pasta, he's posted an image.
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>>52264577
It's sarcasm.
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>>52281709
If you've found a human with W chromosomes, you can probably turn them in for a reward. Maybe a football, or a pencil case or something.
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>>52279361
>Shit that never happend
>Italians
It seems believable to me.
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>>52281709
Humans only have X and Y, sometimes people get an extra X or Y chromosome, but never a Z or W.
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>>52281079
I read it as, the bra got tangled in the branch and damaged, exposing her, so she needed to take it off completely to assess the damage and hopefully put it back on properly.
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>>52281764
>>52281779
Humans aren't the only life around.
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>>52281987
Never claimed they were, but ascribing a word, in this case gender, which is defined as, quite literally, biological sex, as if it's a social construct is asinine, idiotic, and farcical. Gender roles, are, in fact, what is the social construct not the word gender.
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>>52282068
The word gender is also a social construct. All words are. That's why languages are different according to culture, not according to genetics.
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>>52277602
I hate you
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>>52282142
If you want to be a pedant, that's fine, but don't try to make other people believe that human beings have any more chromosomes than X or Y, they do not and never have.
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>>52282177
Humans have 23 pairs of chromosomes, you ignoramus.
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>>52282068
>>52282177
Sex referes to biology. Gender refers to a type of identity, gender roles are the expectations of that identity within society.

There are some people who will try to muddy the connotations and attempt to say sex = gender, but it's more useful to define them as I did above.
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>>52282264
That's true 23 X, 23 Y, or 23 X, 23 X, or 23 X, 23 X, 23 Y, or and this is, I think the last one 23 X, 23 Y, 23 Y. ANYONE WHO HAS TAKEN BASIC BIOLOGY KNOWS THIS ABOUT OUR SPECIES.
>>52282292
No, most people call their societal and cultural role what it is, their profession, needing to add something more than Male, Female, or Other, is retarded.
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>>52276121
It goes nowhere at all. But it's an entertaining and endearing ride there.
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>>52282375
No dude, that's not true. Only the last pair is X or Y. The rest are the same length (or very very close to) and aren't determiners of sex. Are you sure you've taken basic biology yourself?
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>>52282292
Good, you're halfway there. >>52282375 gets it.

Because clearly, if you don't like the one "assigned at birth", you must choose the other one. What is this, character class?
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>>52282421
Thats a simplification I made for clarity, and because that's what most people know off-hand, it's what I was taught in America's tenth grade biology, the first biology class we have. In fact humans only have X or Y Chromosomes, the rest are Autosomes.
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>>52282375
>No

You're the one who's wrong here, buddy. Sorry.

>>52282500
I'm curious to see why you think someone "choosing" a different gender post birth causes issues. I'm not even advocating it, since transgender people don't change their identity either.
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>>52280978
>>52280942
>>52280838
It's like a dance.
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>>52282588
I take issue with trying to fit into a box when you don't need a box to begin with. You end up with boxes either so big or so small that it's useless.
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>>52282667
Well yeah, ultimately gender and gender roles are meaningless anyways (you know, social constructs), so the end goal will be total separation of identity from biological sex, so in the interim, who cares? Everyone else will figure it out eventually.
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>>52282619
A really, really, really autistic dance.
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>>52282588
Those are Transsexuals, not Transgender, you cannot really change a gender, it's really one of three things Male, Female, and Other, oh wait just two things Male and Female, Other is there just to be polite, see those two really cover everything. There's a reason gender was interchangeable with sex as a word for literally all of human history until, well, the last thirty years or so, when people started confusing sexual orientation with gender and raping the word.
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>>52274923

My favorite thing about Monks and Barbarians is that they could be *anybody*
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>>52282758
yeet

>>52282760
You have no idea what you're talking about, huh? Nobody's confusing orientation with gender. The reason sex and gender "were interchangeable" (not true by the way) is because, like homosexuality, it was considered socially unacceptable, and so it wasn't discussed.

There are many historical accounts of people identifying in a way distinct from their biological sex are numerous. A big robust one you can check out is the Hijra of southern Asian countries like India and Pakistan.
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>>52282530
Autosomes are chromosomes, you mongoloid.
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>>52276010

Does anyone know the life rule for this?
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>>52282896
But they're not called that, so they're not that.
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>>52283119
>Apples aren't called fruit, so they aren't fruit
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>>52283119
Holy shit. Your chromosome 21 pair is clearly a triple.
I'm so sorry.
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>>52280700
Kid gets punished by a monster for being a peeping tom.

Probably punishing for the same thing.

Depending on how the rules for this monster works, nothing or she just straight up killed them.

No, that's the kid who was the peeping tom; can't peep with a broke neck.

This is a Japanese monster story. They don't have "can be saved" rules with their monsters. You can, at best, trick it into hurting someone else, but it'll still come back around and kill you for tricking it.
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>>52275466
here's the context
https://youtu.be/o0u4M6vppCI?t=19
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>>52275397

>many a score
>score of what
>of what

Never try to be fancy

>for the song of swords fans
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>>52279378

>Paizo researching martial abilities
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>>52283783
Those dogs should be clowns.
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>>52279495

They're encaustic or inlaid tiles. Popular in the middle ages and the Victorian gothic revival, the advantage is that the pattern isn't just a surface glaze so they're much more wear resistant, and they have a pleasing matt finish. They're also something like an order of magnitude more expensive than ordinary tiles.
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>>52286701
They are more expensive, because they are so fucking inefficient to make. And the original ones were made because the people making them didn't have the chemical know-how to make the glazed surface - similar shit to Milano pseudo-porcelain from the 16th century
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>>52263599
>>52263583
>>52263616
>>52263632
>>52263690

So what movie is this exactly? I'm really interested.
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>>52287401
The 13th Warrior.

It's so /tg/ it feels like watching a movie made out of a mid-level campaign and not historical fiction book.
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>>52287059

No shit they're inefficient compared to modern glazed or printed tiles, that's not the point. The pattern on encaustic tiles is at least 3mm deep, they'll take much more of a beating and things like chips and scratches won't show up or compromise the tile. That's why the Victorians used them primarily in entrance halls or public buildings. A pattern that's just applied to the surface won't last five minutes in high-traffic areas, the inlaid tile gives you the patterns of a glazed tile with the durability of a full-body tile. Saying a glazed tile is better than an encaustic one is like saying laminate flooring is better than engineered wood.
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>>52287440
6.6/10 on IMDb, 33% on Rotten Tomatoes, 1.5/4 by Ebert.
Is it really worth a watch?
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>>52286219
>BBEG

ugh
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>>52286701
>>52287466
Tile-anon is that you?
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>>52287479
It's not a great movie per se, but definitely worth he watch.
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>>52280780
Don't you know what year it is?
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>>52280838
>[triggered]
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>>52287496

Nope, I'm merely an architect/developer/landlord so it's my job to know about construction materials, among other things.
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>>52280978
>>52280942
>>52280838
bravo, wow, "snowflake", oh me fuckin' god, did ya come up with fuckin all by yourself?

next ya reply 'ack with fuckin "triggered", than i stop posting, then ya feel smug with fuckin yourself for a short span of time 'efore sinkin' 'ack into depression, which ya'll deny ya hav. After all, ya want to mack sure everyone on the internet thinks ya're a winner 'ecause ne way one ya knar in real life would ever tell ya that. Ne way one "irl" cares about ya enough to lie to ya, n' ya're too unpleasant a a proper lad to be pitied.

'ut fear nit! the length n' intensity of me fuckin' reply indicates that ya've gotten under me fuckin' skin, meanin' ya proper did win, didn't ya? after all, havin' emotions on the internet is like a sure sign that someone has lost an argument. Ya knar this like, n' so ya've taken great pains to never display even a trace hint of emotion, here or in real life. (as a free hint, look into this like n' ha it interacts with fuckin aforementioned depression). Displayin' feelings is like weak, feminine, n' a tellin' trait of shit-eatin' liberal whiners. The fact that i've gone to such lengths to respond to ya means ya've won the emotional cold war. Except that this like is like a copy-paste i writ up ages ago to deal with fuckin assholes such as yourself. So this like requires as much involvement as ya typical smug-anime-girl post. All i havta dee is like set up the openin' of this like rant to match ya specific half-baked comment n' fire away. So, maybe take the time ya would hav spent on ya next comment examinin' the state of ya life n' the values ya hold, ya walkin' antithesis to human worth.
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>>52287706
bravo wow snowflake oh me fukin god did ya come up wiv fukin all by urself m8

next ya reply ak wiv fukin triggered than i stop posting then ya feel smug wiv fukin urself 4 a short span of time e4 sinkin ak into depression wich yall deny ya av aint even jokin after all ya want 2 mak sure everyone on da internet thinks yar a winner ecause ne way one ya knar in real life wud ever tell ya dat u cheeky cunt ne way one irl cares about ya eno 2 lie 2 ya n yar 2 unpleasant a a proper lad 2 be pitied wile i bang ur sis

ut fear nit bruv da length n intensity of me fukin reply indic8s dat yave gotten under me fukin skin meanin ya proper did win didnt ya m8 after all avin emotions on da internet is like a sure sign dat someone as lost an argument swear on me mum ya knar dis like n so yave taken great pains 2 never display even a trace int of emotion ere or in real life i swear 2 christ (as a free int look into dis like n a it interacts wiv fukin a4ementioned depression) aint even jokin displayin feelings is like weak feminine n a tellin trait of shit eatin liberal winers bruv da fact dat ive gone 2 such lengths 2 respond 2 ya means yave won da emotional cold war m8 xcept dat dis like is like a copy paste i rit up ages ago 2 deal wiv fukin assholes such as urself swear on me mum so dis like requires as much involvement as ya typical smug anime girl post u cheeky cunt all i avta dee is like set up da openin of dis like rant 2 match ya specific alf baked coment n fire away wile i bang ur sis so maybe take da time ya wud av spent on ya next coment xaminin da st8 of ya life n da values ya old ya walkin antithesis 2 uman worth aint even jokin
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>>52287401
>Skull gun
Gunther Hermann would be proud
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>>52287828
> Gunther Hermann
Laputan machine.
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>>52282292
My language doesn't have that distinction. Sex = intercourse and gender = what you describe as sex. Does this mean my culture is exempt from seeing gender as an identity and see it as a biological term? This is why semantics suck. Gender pertains to the difference between the sexes. Depending of context this could be biological or social. He or she or it are merely descriptors that allow us to speak about a specific someone in a quick and easy way, without having to repeat or know ones name or descibe them every time. Like a nickname, you don't choose it yourself. It doesn't matter what you are most comfortable with. If you look male, you'll be considered male. If you look female you will be considered female all for the sake of communication. Any cultural stigmas associated with both have no bearing on the flow of information. She walks and he walks are the same act, possibly by the same person as described by two different people. Neither is inherently wrong, but they walk is, because you aren't a group of people which would be confusing to the recipient. So are zie, fae, vis and all those words. They add more stigma to the information further muddling the message.
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>>52287479
Very much worth it. Sizable chunk of reviewers who panned it originally returned to it by late 00s and generally made much more favourable re-evaluations.

Besides, if you are sitting on /tg/, you are going to enjoy this movie regardless of anything else, since you are going to watch it under the "right" angle to fully get its whole potential.
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>>52287466
You seem to forgot a very important element:
Price-to-value ratio.
It's MUCH cheaper to literally replace glazed tiles - or just put stone tiles in the first place - than even try to use this shit. Who cares if it's going to last for decades, if for the same time you could replace the floor 10 times AND STILL PAY LESS
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>>52288536
You including the man-hours for replacing it 10 times in your calculations, champ?
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>>52288609
Yeah, I did. I've spend my entire college placing tiles and mosaics. Even nowdays I take contracts for mosaics from time to time when it's not some shit that is going to eat more than a week of my spare time.
And still encaustic tiles are just too expensive to bother. Want cheap floor? Other types of tiles. Want resilient floor? Place fucking stone.
Encastics are pretty much "I'm rich and I don't give a fuck" material.
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>>52288536

>implying price is the only consideration in design

Why do people buy an Eames chair for three grand when one from IKEA will do? You assume that the only way to measure value is in straightforward utility. Value can be measured in the higher rent or sale price you might get for a property, the increased footfall attracted by decent architecture and interior design, or even the delight that someone gets as a result of having nice tiles in their home rather than shitty ones.

Anyway, like >>52288609 says, the labour costs are a pretty hefty slice of the pie. Once you factor them in you might pay £50 per square metre for a cheap glazed, or £120 for a pretty decent encaustic. Over a building's lifespan the encaustic probably will work out cheaper.
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>>52288740

Speaking as a designer, these things are best considered in whole-building costs. Really high-end finishes look fucking expensive compared to the alternatives, but overall the impact isn't necessarily that large. We did a project once with rooms divided by custom-made exotic timber joinery rather than walls, a designer kitchen, the widest Dinesen oak flooring, ultra high-end home entertainment kit, the works really. Came out at about £4500 per square metre. Had they ditched the hi-fi and overpriced kitchen it probably would have been closer to £3000. We probably could have done an ok fit-out of that space for £2000, or bargain basement for £1500. Overall, using high-end materials might up your cost by 20%, but it's more like 90% of what you actually see in a building.
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>Filename thread
>Still not at image limit, great!
>Fuck, it's bunch of autists arguing over tiles
/tg/ never learns, /tg/ never improves
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>>52277419
That video is amazing. Any idea for source?
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>>52288905
>Why do people buy an Eames chair for three grand when one from IKEA will do
Mostly to show they can afford it. But then again, people also buy from IKEA to show they can afford it.
The proper comparison should be - why people buy branded shit rather than utility shit.

And yes, when you are making a motherfucking FLOOR, the only thing that matters after certain size is the price and durability, both tied together. Encastics lose in that equation pretty bad.
When you have a choice to make a floor for 10 bucks per meter and replace it after 10 years, 120 bucks per meter and replace it never OR 80 bucks per meter AND replace it after 50 years, it's not much of a "choice", really.




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