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Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh" 
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Post Re: Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh"
Sorry I missed the game ~ Father's Day got the BEST of me!

Hope y'all had a good session. I'll be trying to be available for next time!

:)

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Wed Jun 20, 2018 11:57 pm
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Post Re: Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh"
Great! You have 21 Development Points to spend before then. The rules are on page 95 I think. You can only improve by +5 in a particular ability or skill per game session, but for purposes of this particular expenditure you can pretend you are spending them over 2 sessions.

You are also now an official Investigative Officer for the Nebula Vista Corporation. This is mostly just a title, but it does mean you can get rides all over the federation.

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Thu Jun 21, 2018 12:43 am
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Post Re: Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh"
Also, if you didn't catch it you had:

6 days (minus your advance) x (Your Rank 0 pay grade) of pay
plus
8 x your pay grade as a bonus

Look at Discord for information about armor plating and armor on robots (they can't wear it)

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Sun Jul 01, 2018 5:29 pm
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Post Re: Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh"
Should be finishing up the mission tonight.

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Sun Jul 29, 2018 6:50 pm
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PM sent!

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"By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes:" - Macbeth


Sun Jul 29, 2018 11:56 pm
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Ok, I am sure you will finish this mission tonight.

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Sun Aug 12, 2018 8:40 pm
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Post Re: Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh"
Hi. Just got back from Indy . . a little tired, but I'll try to hang in there for a couple of hours!

I'll be along in a few minutes!

:)

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Post Re: Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh"
To Rhuvein: I'm sorry for that outburst last night. I have to explain a bit more of the context of this year so you'll understand why it was so sensitive for me. I have a cousin who was restrained and raped by his wife who suffered a psychotic break, and in so doing, began to think delusionally. The police immediately sided against him and put him in jail for months, where he contracted a flesh eating disease in the squalid overcrowded conditions. He has been labeled as "bipolar" or having a "god complex" in the past. Another good friend of mine was in a house fire and suffered a psychotic break when he was trapped in a storm door and almost asphyxiated from smoke (we bipolar people start to think like fiction novels when we are under extreme stress or suffering mental trauma). When the police found him, because he has a history of being labeled bipolar because he sometimes thinks or behaves independent of authority, they immediately blamed him for the fire, he was evicted and incarcerated in a psych ward for 3 months, was then homeless for 6 months, only to finally find a room mate by the grace of God. My mother suffered a break in 2015 due to extreme frustration with aspects of her relationship with my father, and those tensions have been coming up with other difficulties we have been facing financially and with physical health. I didn't mean to get all in your face about it, but I have been patronized and marginalized the moment I begin to show signs of independent thought or action over and over since 2015, after many years of "remission" when I consciously decided to eliminate as much of the stress from my life as I could, and eventually applied for a disability pension. I know in the US a recurring condition like bipolar is basically bankruptcy, and I really feel for people in countries without public healthcare who suffer from these conditions. They are not pathological for the most part, especially nascently. Usually it's just a matter of having a little more sensitivity in one or more senses that can create a feeling of discorporation or surrealness if the processing time of the senses gets out of sync. They can start to spin. Anyway, I wanted to offer my apologies to you for that. I didn't mean to make your night any more stressful than it already might have been, but I was primed for a reaction from the stresses I was undergoing. Again, apologies.


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Post Re: Aergraith's Sunday C&C: "Heroes and Scoundrels of Xylh"
Apology accepted. Thanks for posting.

Sorry to hear about these troubles, I hope everything gets better for you.

Rhu.

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