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Mr. E : Consulting Parapsychologist and bookstore owner


What's the name of his bookstore?


The Sitting Room.

i was on a Sherlock Holmes kick when drawing up the character, so i made the great detective his hero and inspiration.

Any chance Mr. E will be activated again? We could use all the help (posters) we could get (and I enjoy seeing people I can put a face to :)).

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Mr. E : Consulting Parapsychologist and bookstore owner


What's the name of his bookstore?


The Sitting Room.

i was on a Sherlock Holmes kick when drawing up the character, so i made the great detective his hero and inspiration.

Any chance Mr. E will be activated again? We could use all the help (posters) we could get (and I enjoy seeing people I can put a face to :)).


as soon as i can invent a few stories to explain his absence. he's ben inactive for quite a while (since about 3 months after the start, actually), so i'd need to be ready to explain things. :)

i'm currently leaning towards the idea that he got caught up in investigating one of his conspiracy interests, and has been quiet to avoid suspicion.


the main issue is my own interest. i stopped posting because we had a deluge of rather silly and stupid posts, and i found myself unable to start a decent conversation without it devolving into rather inane warstories and comments. that i found myself playing the role of the debunker in so many threads didn't help. (usually people with good intentions but a lack of scientific understanding. i mean, really, a conspiracy theory about scientists planning to blow up the sun?


frankly though, i should have expected such from a new forum, but the damage had been done. so now i have to start off with a pretty good premise to avoid the insanity. :)

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Woohoo, Ghostspider is in the gallery. :D

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as soon as i can invent a few stories to explain his absence. he's ben inactive for quite a while (since about 3 months after the start, actually), so i'd need to be ready to explain things. :)

i'm currently leaning towards the idea that he got caught up in investigating one of his conspiracy interests, and has been quiet to avoid suspicion.


the main issue is my own interest. i stopped posting because we had a deluge of rather silly and stupid posts, and i found myself unable to start a decent conversation without it devolving into rather inane warstories and comments. that i found myself playing the role of the debunker in so many threads didn't help. (usually people with good intentions but a lack of scientific understanding. i mean, really, a conspiracy theory about scientists planning to blow up the sun?


frankly though, i should have expected such from a new forum, but the damage had been done. so now i have to start off with a pretty good premise to avoid the insanity. :)

I think sometimes we just have to roll with the punches with some of the posters. When contemplating an excuse to return, a bit of truth doesn't hurt either. Maybe you can say you felt that you had little in common with the posters? And if Mr. E has a life, well . . . not everyone posts everyday. Just because there is a website out there about paranormal, doesn't mean that everyone that believes in it must post there.

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good point. and your suggestion rings true. i made Mr. E in the classical parapsychologist theme, more of a detective than a 'peter venkman'. :) (more like Egon or Ray Stantz)

the boards are filled with the more 'Real Ghostbusters', "act now, ask investigate later' types. while that may make good RPG games, having to deal with it is hard. i never saw BTS as being a 'heroic' game, so the players acting such throw me off.

of course, part of it is that i never did BTS role play till then, so i was trying to find my feet. :-?


i''ll see what i can do about posting.

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Cool. And maybe you can raise the standards for posters and posts, too. :)

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A little intellectual dialogue never hurt anyone, after all. :-D

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A little intellectual dialogue never hurt anyone, after all. :-D

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Very true. 8-) 8)

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I dunno, I've seen some debates in the studnt loungue get pretty heated

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A little intellectual dialogue never hurt anyone, after all. :-D


I dunno, I've seen some debates in the studnt loungue get pretty heated


having been in such kinds of debates, if a discussion devolves into violence, it was not intellegent, much less intellectual...

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A little intellectual dialogue never hurt anyone, after all. :-D


I dunno, I've seen some debates in the studnt loungue get pretty heated


having been in such kinds of debates, if a discussion devolves into violence, it was not intellegent, much less intellectual...


It started as intellectual anyway - then someone mentioned politics.

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A little intellectual dialogue never hurt anyone, after all. :-D


I dunno, I've seen some debates in the studnt loungue get pretty heated


having been in such kinds of debates, if a discussion devolves into violence, it was not intellegent, much less intellectual...


It started as intellectual anyway - then someone mentioned politics.


thus proving my point. :)

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What has EVERYONE said about religion and politics??? No one can ever hold a calm, rational discussion about either subject.

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So, whose chain do you have to rattle to actually get an account approved?

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So, whose chain do you have to rattle to actually get an account approved?


If you mean for Lazlo Society, your best bet isMr. Deific NMI. He is also A. Pendragon on Lazlo Society.

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Petite Elfgirl wrote:
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So, whose chain do you have to rattle to actually get an account approved?


If you mean for Lazlo Society, your best bet isMr. Deific NMI. He is also A. Pendragon on Lazlo Society.

Ah, thank you! :D

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So, whose chain do you have to rattle to actually get an account approved?


If you mean for Lazlo Society, your best bet isMr. Deific NMI. He is also A. Pendragon on Lazlo Society.

Ah, thank you! :D

You're welcome. Happy to be of service. :)

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Hmm... It won't let me show you a cookie. Here is the link for said cookie.

I'm an Elf. How about an arrow? Silver-tipped, if you please. :-P

Or some lembas bread. :wink:

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hmm... a broken toe is keeping me from walking to the library as planned (that roll of carpeting jumped out of nowhere, I swear!), and, while I do suddenly have in home internet, I have nothing to use it with but my DS.

so, to make up for the further delayed return, a quick stab at Robin's mother (complicated by my inability to copy/paste links): Stifler's mom (of American Pie fame). The actress looks almost exactly like my mom, after all (if perhaps a bit less weighty).

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so, to make up for the further delayed return, a quick stab at Robin's mother (complicated by my inability to copy/paste links): Stifler's mom (of American Pie fame). The actress looks almost exactly like my mom, after all (if perhaps a bit less weighty).

Jennifer Cooliage? (Never saw American Pie . . .)
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that is correct.

nobody said robin's mother was pretty.

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that is correct.

nobody said robin's mother was pretty.

Did I say that? :-?

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No, you didn't. That's kind of the point. :D

Panzer: Your mom really looks like that? Wow.

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Allow me to rephrase: take Jennifer Coolidge as seen in Legally Blonde, add at least 25 pounds, and you have my mom.

And when I was younger and she was thinner, she looked more like the girl on 3rd Rock From The Sun, so now I look at her and wonder what the hell happened. If I seem overly judgemental, keep in mind she liked to complain to me about the deadbeats she was stuck dating because she didn't look like she used to and.. yeah... that's enough of my baggage for today.

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No, you didn't. That's kind of the point. :D

:shock: Even on the internet, we're not free from body language. :eek:

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:shock: Are you hitting on me? I'm not complaining, but it's a bit of a surprise. :-D

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:shock: :eek: Nope. Not here.

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Sorry. Either I misinterpreted what you were saying, or I just got my hopes up. :lol:

(yes, most likely the first one)

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Sorry. Either I misinterpreted what you were saying, or I just got my hopes up. :lol:

(yes, most likely the first one)

The story of our lives . . . :)

Well, at least mine . . .

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Added secondary pictures for Bert (first on the left) and Willie (dressed to impress).

Ben is no longer deceased.

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Ben is no longer deceased.

I'm sure he'll appreciate the change. :wink:

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Snazzy new pic of Bert! :D

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This is a VERY cool idea; I love the concept of the pictures.

I do have a technical question however. I'm kind of ignorant with boards and the finer points of posting.

How are you linking the pics to the names?


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(url=webaddress)Name(/url)

Put in a real address, and swap the parethesis for brackets [].

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Yeah, you can see him more clearly in the first picture, but it doesn't capture his ... Berttitude like the second one does.

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Bertitude.

"Man, did you catch that guy chucking grenades?"

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Other contenders: Turtleocity, Bertliness.

I was also thinking about adjusting the categories. Instead of Active, Inactive, and Deceased; maybe Lazlo Agents, Society Members, My Three Russians, People with Possession Problems/Vampiric Issues, Studly Eggheads... any ideas?

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HAHAHA! I love it!

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I'm loving the oh-so-smooth Willie pic!

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(I have been called Smooth Criminal before. ;) )

I thought you'd appreciate the additional picture.

I like it because it's not a side of him one would normally expect to see. Monk robes, sure; commando gear, okay; but a club hopping Shaolin Masta? I've used this picture before, and considered it here, but it doesn't capture his intelligence or his sense of style. It isn't as subtle, but once the foolios have rolled initiative, it is a useful reminder to opponents that "it's on like Donkey Kong," (as my Drill Sergeants would say.)

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Crispy critters. :D

You're right about the pictures.

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Put in a real address, and swap the parethesis for brackets [].


I wanted to post a public thank you to both Sir Neil and Petite Elfgirl for answering my earlier question. I truly appreciate it!


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You're perfectly welcome. :D If you can't count on fellow(a) gamers . . . who can you count on? :wink:

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I was also thinking about adjusting the categories. Instead of Active, Inactive, and Deceased; maybe Lazlo Agents, Society Members, My Three Russians, People with Possession Problems/Vampiric Issues, Studly Eggheads... any ideas?


You'll have to put GS under People with Possesion Problems/Vampiric issues. He qualifies for both. :lol:

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I was also thinking about adjusting the categories. Instead of Active, Inactive, and Deceased; maybe Lazlo Agents, Society Members, My Three Russians, People with Possession Problems/Vampiric Issues, Studly Eggheads... any ideas?
Free Agents and Involved (in an adventure)? "Involved" would probably have to be updated too often, though . . .

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