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October 17, 2018, 07:12:49 AM
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 on: Today at 06:16:26 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Dark Alex
Oh and you are also wrong about him being a member of an advanced alien race. The doctor is half human, half Time Lord (or Jewelian, or Homeworldian or Gallifrayian depending on which of the many names the home planet of the time lords has been given).

If that half of his species had evolved beyond using gender why do they have so many gender dependant titles, rather than neutral ones? Not to mention that the previously mentioned transfer of The Master's name to The Mistress blows that argument entirely out of the water.

I don't mind engaging in a battle of wits, but please don't turn up unarmed.

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 on: Today at 05:27:18 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Svengoolie 3
Planet of the vampires: may be italy's only good SF movie,  a SF horror mix directed by  Mario bava that is fairly decent and very atmospheric.

Quatermass and the pit: a hammer horror\scifi movie very well done,  fairly intelligent SF with good acting and fairly original.

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 on: Today at 05:25:08 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Dark Alex
A race that also has male and female genders just the same as us. As I mentioned above, it was established previously that time lords could not switch gender.

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 on: Today at 05:15:40 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Svengoolie 3
The doctor never was a man,  he's an alien from an incredibly advanced race.  As such the character is likely above and beyond our limited concepts of gender.

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 on: Today at 05:13:57 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Svengoolie 3
There was a movie about the age of sail and it began with a clipper sailing along and a man saying something about the islanders had a peaceful culture and it was only natural the white man would come along take its roll it up and out it in his pocket.

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 on: Today at 04:00:27 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by Dark Alex
Sooo, wanna talk about the new dr. who season? I'm totally ok with the new doctor, btw.


In all honesty Iím not a fan of the new Doctor. Iím tired of my favourite characters being changed to fit the current political movement. Dr Who has always been male to me. I do applaud their choice to give a companion a disability though.

My perspective comes from growing up watching sci fi and fantasy and being a woman. We need more strong original female characters not rehashed male characters.

I agree completely. Women deserve better than second hand male characters. Just a shame some people aren't quite smart enough to understand this and blind enough to think they are right.

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 on: Today at 03:59:15 AM 
Started by Dark Alex - Last post by Dark Alex
So, obviously these are adventures, quests, campaigns you write yourself, and from your descriptions it would be hard for anyone to improve on them. I still think you would generate interest in publishing these as modules. (Is that still the term?) Even novelizations. I know I've said so before but whenever I read these synopses I keep thinking that. I know I always take a moment to read them and I don't even play D&D.

Yeah, modules is the term. I have to confess this particular part of the adventure is actually from someone else's published work (as was The Oldenhaller Contract), but 99% of the stuff in here is my own work. Since the games system belongs to Wizards of the Coast I'd have to publish it through them, although who knows, perhaps I'll change some details and work them into a novel as you suggest (or more likely it would have to be a series of novels).

I wonder if you were to listen into one of our sessions how you would think they compare? Perhaps I'll see if I can record one and send it to you.

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 on: Today at 03:33:46 AM 
Started by Svengoolie 3 - Last post by justme2013
Sooo, wanna talk about the new dr. who season? I'm totally ok with the new doctor, btw.


In all honesty Iím not a fan of the new Doctor. Iím tired of my favourite characters being changed to fit the current political movement. Dr Who has always been male to me. I do applaud their choice to give a companion a disability though.

My perspective comes from growing up watching sci fi and fantasy and being a woman. We need more strong original female characters not rehashed male characters.

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 on: Today at 03:16:18 AM 
Started by ER - Last post by Trevor
You are most assuredly relevant here, and while there are people in this world who think of you as ' Uncle Zombie', you are relevant to the world outside of this place too.

Thanks: the question wasn't self-pity or anything like that: I do question my role in life a lot.  Smile

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 on: Today at 03:08:58 AM 
Started by ER - Last post by Dark Alex
You are most assuredly relevant here, and while there are people in this world who think of you as ' Uncle Zombie', you are relevant to the world outside of this place too.

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