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  • Last Activity: October 14th, 2020 12:17 PM
  • Join Date: February 27th, 2009
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August 15th, 2019
11:30 AM - The Grim Reaper's Friend mentioned Sylvano the Wasabus in post Re: Dilmir: A Tale of Feylund
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January 31st, 2019
04:52 PM - The Grim Reaper's Friend mentioned Sylvano the Wasabus in post Re: Horizon in Sight: Dan's Tale
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January 29th, 2019
12:14 PM - The Grim Reaper's Friend mentioned Sylvano the Wasabus in post Re: Horizon in Sight: Dan's Tale
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December 7th, 2017
11:31 AM - The Grim Reaper's Friend mentioned Sylvano the Wasabus in post TGRF's Fan Fiction Chronicles - Entry 2
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November 30th, 2017
02:08 PM - The Grim Reaper's Friend mentioned Sylvano the Wasabus in post TGRF's Fan Fiction Chronicles - Entry 1
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October 14th, 2020
05:19 PM - Taeblewalker quoted Sylvano the Wasabus in post Re: Heroscapers that are published authors
I have never been good at tooting my own...
November 29th, 2017
02:24 PM - japes quoted Sylvano the Wasabus in post Re: Why Heroscapers should buy Magic:Arena of the Planeswalk
I am buying multiples because of the boa...
November 26th, 2014
03:36 PM - Sylvano the Wasabus quoted Lucace in post Re: Minecraft
I play sometimes. It's hard...
November 22nd, 2014
03:23 PM - raXas1516 quoted Sylvano the Wasabus in post Re: Need interesting objectives for 10 player game
We really like a variant we call "scouti...

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Posted October 9th, 2020 at 02:33 PM Comments 2
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I just finished my first Scape game by Email. I lost, of course.

I know thereís some great software for playing Scape, but if you recall, my Scape game is different. Also I am working four jobs just now. The pandemic has idled some people. For some reason, Iím much busier.

My eldest son came down to visit this summer and we played every single day. He was kind and generous because heís a much better player than I am. He said it was fun just to play again. He suggested a point system that gradually increased. We started with 800 vs 800 points. We decided to play a game with objectives. Our game- nicknamed SylvanoScape- is more of an army game than a squad game. On your turn you use your entire force. There is a lot of shuffling for position and trying to trick the opponent before the fighting gets heavy.

We decided to play an objective game we call scouting. You simply must travel over five preselected hexes to win the game. Usually the selected...

Posted September 11th, 2020 at 11:26 AM Comments 2
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COVID Crush

My family has sheltered in place during the COVID lockdown. We only went out for groceries and other essentials... sometimes screws and nails are essentials. I was often the person going out- and Iím a homebody anyway- so I didnít notice the stir crazy building in the rest of my family. I mean Iíve always thought they were a little cuckoo but apparently now part of it was because they wanted desperately to go somewhere other than the backyard and the garage.

My step-daughter was called back to work. She works and lives in a different place, and she just came home when things closed down. So when she started at work again she went back and we decided to go visit her. She lives in a small town and everything is closed there so I found a nearby Conservation Area with a waterfall- waterfalls always cheer everyone up, donít they?

It was only a day trip but we were out of practice going places. We couldnít remember what to bring. Obviously...

Posted August 7th, 2020 at 09:11 AM Comments 1
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So I am back at work. My main jobs at the moment are letting people into the building to see the counselors who have offices in the basement and untangling the paperwork that has accumulated while we were closed.

I get to dress in full PPE to open the door. Mask, clear face shield, sterile gloves and gown. I meet them at the door and have to ask them health questions.

Do you have fever? A cough? Breathing difficulties? No? Then you can come in. No one has answered yes to any query yet. I suppose Iíll have to turn them away if they do.

Then they can come in to the hand sanitizer station where they lather up before using the elevator.

When they exit the elevator in the basement where they counselorsí offices are I call the elevator back and sanitize it. Spraying and polishing. Thatís it. Thatís my job.

This morning I had an elderly woman with dementia. Her husband dropped her off. She didnít want to wear her...

Posted July 30th, 2020 at 12:51 PM Comments 1
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When this whole COVID pandemic started I was just like everybody else. Didnít know much. Then the lockdowns started. Where I work most people were told to stay home and were laid off. I got the flu one day and it freaked everyone out. Then they shut down my work place completely.

I didnít mind staying home. I decided to sell my house, so I began fixing it up and cleaning it out. In the beginning getting wood for repairs and new flooring and ceilings was a hassle- waiting in line to go in the store, socially distanced. Then the store was shut down. It was an inconvenience but I didnít let it slow me down.

I still walked every morning, but now the streets of this city were deserted. On an hour long walk I might only see two people and a handful of cars. And I thought I finally have enough room. Iím not a real social person. I donít like crowds or bars. I like privacy and space. And I finally had it. If someone was walking near me weíd both move further away....

Posted March 16th, 2019 at 02:24 PM Comments 1
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I wish I could say the world was an older and wiser place. Itís certainly older, but not much wiser. Or maybe itís just me?

Thanks for your greeting, Kowalski. My tribe are doing well. I do read things on this site weekly at least, but I donít seem to have so much to say anymore. At some point one gets tired of oneís own thoughts and musings.

Three of my children are 18+. One is married. They have jobs and are finding their way in the world. They have begun to scatter, like baby spiders riding the wind with their little cobweb parachutes.

I have a 12 year old still at home, who has been brainwashed by fortnite. Heíll play Scape, but he doesnít like to make decisions and lose. He likes shaking dice. Weíve tried playing 2V2 games- both of us on one side versus both of us on the other side, but heís not really into it. He plays fortnite with all his friends and school mates so itís a very social thing for him.

When my...
Recent Comments
Very cool.
Posted October 15th, 2020 at 03:10 PM by Tornado Tornado is online now
Sounds like a fun way...
Posted October 10th, 2020 at 10:12 AM by flameslayer93 flameslayer93 is online now
Maybe COVID is just...
Posted September 16th, 2020 at 01:55 PM by The Grim Reaper's Friend The Grim Reaper's Friend is offline
After seeing it occur...
Posted September 11th, 2020 at 04:19 PM by TheAverageFan TheAverageFan is offline
Wow, that is intense....
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