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Miscellaneous / Re: the virus
« on: April 17, 2020, 04:59:16 PM »
Good for you. Sounds like you are really well prepared. Yeah, the run on toilet paper here in the States was just weird. What the hell? I'm not as far along as you, but I'll get there. When I retire I plan on moving outside the city a little ways, getting a few acres and being a bit more self sufficient. But not so far out that I can't get internet. Hopefully, in about 15 years, high speed internet access will be available everywhere, even way out in the country.

1 day at a time my friend set a goal of 14 days of supplies...then go 30 days...then go 60 days....etc..etc...just 6 can's or boxes or bags of food per store visit can add up fairly quickly and before you know it your at 2 weeks of supplies....

in some bad events the gov't will get to you within a few days in others 2 weeks in the worst case not at all...

remember when seconds count the police/fire/medics are only minutes away....   :)

Miscellaneous / Re: the virus
« on: April 16, 2020, 08:14:47 PM »
Tornado? Where are you located?

Seattle got hit early, but the governor shut things down and, as far as I know, this state has gotten ahead of it.

My company shut down temporarily, but unfortunately the team I work on is responsible for a lot of big meetings. All of those meetings have gone online now to become virtual meetings. The bottom line is my work load has tripled. That's why I haven't gotten much of anything done on the site lately. Things were busy before the pandemic hit, now it's just nuts. I'm hoping things settle down soon and I can get back to a normal schedule. I have a feeling there won't be any Khoras work done til closer to June. Still, I shouldn't complain. A lot of people are having a much harder time than me. I feel bad for all of the people that are out of work right now.

Sid - I'm curious to hear about your preparations. I'm doing a little prepping myself. Mainly for the big earthquake which is expected here in Washington. My eventual goal is to have enough food and water to get by for a couple of months assuming everything shut down (running water, electricity, stores, roads, everything). Hopefully the earthquake won't hit for another 100 years, but best to be prepared.

Anyway, take care and stay healthy.

i have been prepping about 20$ at a time for years and now and then an influx of cash will have me spending 100$ or more towards preps. over 20 years now i have accumulated about 7 months of food and water and med and other supplies for 2 for any bad event...this virus thingy did still catch me a little by surprise as i had few masks or gloves ready for it and of course the TP thing got me too.

things to generally consider when prepping:

1. food
2. water
3. medicines including Over the counter meds

long term:
1. shelter
2. light/heating/cooking source
3. clothes
4. tools
5. bugout bag
6. security

super long term:
1. bugout location
2. water production/food production
3. livestock
feel free to ask me more....

Miscellaneous / the virus
« on: April 14, 2020, 05:30:09 AM »
how is everyone doing with the virus lockdown and stuff?

pretty good here in west wa but then i have been prepping a long time(20 years) for a bad event...

if you have any questions about prepping feel free to ask me if i don't know something i can find someone who does...


Miscellaneous / Re: khoras guest book
« on: January 19, 2018, 03:49:47 PM »
could you at least remove my name from the guest book? i'm getting dozens of spams per day from it...i'm wally on it....

Miscellaneous / khoras guest book
« on: January 18, 2017, 08:02:58 PM »
the khoras guest book has been hijacked by spammers their doing mass emails from it to other guestbook signers like me!

just thought you should know....

fantastic story line david well done...

Miscellaneous / Re: new maps
« on: April 30, 2016, 06:06:09 PM »
good....just don't get burn out we don't need you to get burnout! I know I've been there...

Gaming Tales / Re: Two More Rooms in a dungeon
« on: March 19, 2016, 05:48:54 PM »
that is totally funny I wish we had a like button here...

Gaming Tales / Re: The Thief and the Fall
« on: March 12, 2016, 06:31:39 PM »
that's hilarious!

The Art of the Game Master / Re: Painting Miniatures
« on: March 06, 2016, 01:30:13 PM »
I just never got into miniatures but you make it sound fun!  nice website too...

Miscellaneous / Re: A bit of a conundrum
« on: March 05, 2016, 03:59:07 PM »
I noticed on the pathfinder website they have solo adventures while not as fun it might give you the chance to play your PC and flesh out more detail they also have a 1 on 1 module you might think about.

Miscellaneous / Re: A bit of a conundrum
« on: March 05, 2016, 03:45:58 PM »
by all means present your character for review...i'll do the best I can to see if hes too powerful or to weak...i'll look at pathfinder if you want to see what its about...

Miscellaneous / Re: A bit of a conundrum
« on: March 03, 2016, 01:42:09 PM »
I'm with you I have only been in 1 d&d game and 2 traveller games and observed 1 other d&d game in 30 years so I am not real skilled at actual roleplaying...

I would just go ahead with creating your PC and fleshing out his background making him a realistic as possible given your situation. a good DM or GM will be able to insert your PC into his world.
in fact he may introduce plot lines into the game based on your characters background. in the last game I was in the DM/GM did exactly that and it was totally fun for my PC.

Announcements and News / Re: SUPER BOWL 50 ON SUNDAY!!!!
« on: February 07, 2016, 08:00:41 PM »
woohoo Denver it is! Denver 24 Carolina 10

Announcements and News / SUPER BOWL 50 ON SUNDAY!!!!
« on: February 05, 2016, 03:51:34 PM »
are you ready? Denver or Carolina?

i'm going with Denver...yeah!

on another note I am 50 years old so I've been alive as long as the super bowl series has been around....

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