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[Friday Map] Grotto of the Eye Eater

Something beneath the Rock of Bendell’s Stand is eating the eyes of those who venture there. The bodies of several adventurers have turned up in the region with their faces disfigured, their eyes missing.

A closer look around town shows a strange number of sightless beggars too. So perhaps whatever is taking the eyes does not always slay the source… But the stories from these beggars are so diverse, so contradictory, that it is hard to be sure.

But lately the corpses have been piling up in one area, and there is the grotto beneath the Stand, and the trail of blood leads from the last few bodies back to that dark opening.

Grotto of the Eye Eater


Bill Watterson: A Cartoonist's Advice

The celebrated author of Calvin and Hobbes, Bill Watterson, has some advice in strip form for those of us on the fence between happiness and ambition.  See more here on Zen Pencils!


Joanna Gaskell on how D&D works...

“D&D is, after ail, a truly unique invention, probably as remarkable as the die, or the deck of cards, or the chessboard.” –J. Eric Holmes

This is classic: this video of Joanna Gaskell talking about her campaign. Everything that can go wrong explodes in her face. Every possible rookie mistake that can be made, she does it:

  • Sheover-prepares, creating a crazy massive setting.
  • She’s got this crazy ruleset that is cryptic, alien, and maybe even inimical to what she’s trying to do.
  • She whips up wild house rules just because.
  • The rules she has are full of tricks and traps and odd properties and it [...]

Joanna Gaskell on how D&D works...

“D&D is, after ail, a truly unique invention, probably as remarkable as the die, or the deck of cards, or the chessboard.” –J. Eric Holmes

This is classic: this video of Joanna Gaskell talking about her campaign. Everything that can go wrong explodes in her face. Every possible rookie mistake that can be made, she does it:

  • Sheover-prepares, creating a crazy massive setting.
  • She’s got this crazy ruleset that is cryptic, alien, and maybe even inimical to what she’s trying to do.
  • She whips up wild house rules just because.
  • The rules she has are full of tricks and traps and odd properties and it [...]

Monsterparts: Kingshead

So, uh, yeah. Monsterparts. This is a thing and it is great. Everyone I've spoken to who's seen it loves it in concept. We haven't played it yet. But we probably will and soon. I've been thinking about what kinds of places would exist in Monsterparts and what I would like to focus on myself. I grew up in and have spent MOST of my life in New England. Between Connecticut and Massachusetts, these

On the 10 (ish) Best Versions Of Dungeons and Dragons

You would think that would be a totally insane topic for a blog post. And yet somehow, the problem is chopping it down to 10!

10.) Adventurer, Conqueror, King: Taking the greatest gaming system of all time (B/X) and reconfiguring it to make sure the math makes sense all the way up to the domain level?

9.) Basic Fantasy: It isn't just the B/X inspired simple gameplay, or the modified sections such as race and class, it's the ridiculously supported online download section.
9.) Ambition & Avarice: This is the third wave OSR, the new wave. Taking modern design and layout [...]

Friday Question

I'm keeping it simple to kick off my soon to be 3-day weekend.

What's the weirdest thing you've bought for gaming?

Daily Cosplay


Toni Darling!

Friday Music

Enjoy this combo of Lindsey Sterling (Davis' favorite you tuber) and Peter Hollens.

Sups and The Batman Land in Detroit

Looks like Warner Bros has scored a sweet deal to film the next Man of Steel in the Motor City, Detroit. The city has granted some 35 million in tax incentives to the movie production house to film in Detroit. The film is expected to pump about 150 million into the local economy which is great news for that city's exhausted treasury.
Surveying the ruins of Motor City it looks like both Metropolis and Gotham are in a rough state. But who better to bail them out than two of the greatest American icons. 

Setting vs Context

One of the things that comes up when I'm working on a plot or setting for a game is source material. There's a lot of inspiration out there within media in general not least of which is the Science Fiction and Fantasy section of your local bookshop or library. If you're going to re-use a published setting or indeed take inspiration from it there are some ground rules to consider. Will you use

Star Wars: The Card Game - The Battle Of Hoth Force Pack

In The Battle of Hoth, the fifth Force Pack in The Hoth Cycle for Star Wars: The Card Game, massive and heavily armored Imperial AT-ATs march forward in inexorable waves while Rebel snowspeeder pilots employ daring group tactics to slow their advance. Meanwhile, the desperate fight on the desolate ice planet of Hoth is destined to have tremendous repercussions throughout the galaxy. Will the Empire's AT-ATs and stormtrooper legions surround, siege, and destroy the last remnants of the Rebellion? Or will the valiant sacrifices of the Rebel Alliance's rearguard hold the lines long enough for their allies to find safety?
Inspired by the early scenes from The Empire Strikes Back, the five new objective sets in The Battle of Hoth allow players to recreate the movie's events or to imagine alternate outcomes. This Force Pack could witness the end of the Rebel Alliance, or it could open an opportunity for its noble spies and smugglers to conduct [...]

30 Day D&D Challenge

Anthony Emmel  over at Polar Bear Dreams and Stranger Things is going to do the 30-Day D&D Challenge.
I have seen this floating around and thought it was a cool idea.  He makes the very good point that September has 30 days, so it's a perfect fit really.

So I am going to do it too!


I am going to talk about ALL versions of D&D.  Not a lot in each post, but enough.

Come on join us!  You know you want too. ;)

NPC Profile -- Reina Stewart, Female Half-elf Rgr 4 -- 3.5/d20

Reina Stewart, Female Half-elf Rgr 4: Medium Humanoid (5 ft. 2 in. tall); HD4d10+0; hp 30; Init +1 (Dex); Spd 30 ft.; AC 16 (+5 from chain mail, +1 Dex); Atks +4 melee (1d8+0; crit x3, warhammer), or +1 ranged (1d6+0; crit x3, short bow); AL LG; Fort +4, Ref +5, Will +3; Str 13 (+1), Dex 13 (+1), Con 10 (0), Int 9 (-1), Wis 14 (+2), Cha 5 (-3);
Skills: (35 SP) Handle Animal +4, Knowledge (Nature) +6, Search +6, Survival (Temperate Wetlands) +9, Swim +8.
Languages: Common, Elven.
Feats: Improved Shield Bash, Rapid Reload.
(Note: The feats [...]

Aurora, Bounty Killer - Movie Trailers

Interesting

I like toilet paper too much to buy into the anti-corporation theme, but this movie has a wenebago being pulled by a pack of motorcycles. So all I can say is, I'm in!

Castles in the Mist


Long centuries ago Dunnttar was home to men and women who lived out their lives in the Scottish wilderness upon the edge of the sea. Here picts built hill forts (Dun being the pictish word for fort or stronghold) and later Christians built a stone church (5th century). By the ninth century the headland overlooking the sea played host to walls, a gatehouse to block access and a number of stone buildings to house the people who dwelt there. These eventually evolved into a castle whose walls dominated the headland.

The castle was thriving by the 12th century [...]

Bugei no jo

The 19th century Bugei no jo text has been deciphered and translated. The text is a teaching manual for young Samurai, imparting rituals, methods and translations of other masters to the martial arts.

"When knowledge is mature, the mind forgets about the hand, the hand forgets about the sword." 

The book does however, lack specifics about techniques, restricting itself to advice couched in terms much like the above. The actual techniques were taught by a Master, and kept secret for reasons of mysticism and safety . . . it doing no good to allow your enemy access to [...]

Fantasy Filmfest 2013: The Congress -- Reinvent the Truth!

Fantasy Filmfest: The Congress

Fantasy Filmfest.Am Mittwochstartete in Stuttgartdas Fantasy Filmfest mit The Congress – einem echten Knaller von Ari Folmann (Waltz with Bashir).

Science Fiction verkommtin den letzten Jahrensowohl aufder groenals auch auf derkleinen Leinwandimmer mehr zu einem Spielfeld reaktionrer Ideen.

Hip hip hooray, Filme wie Book of Eli, Star Wars, Star Trek, Oblivion und World War Zzeichnen immer wieder mit der visionren Strahlkraftvon Marschflugkrperndas Bild einerzwar hochtechnisierten, aber gleichzeitigideologisch rckwrtsgewandten Size-Matters-Macho-Zukunkt. Der mit dem lngsten … gewinnt.

Glcklicherweise gibt es einige gelungene Gegenentwrfe. Anstattjegliche Frage oderUnklarheit mit dem Feuereiferaufgewiegelter Rednecks auszumerzen,geben cineastische Dystopien wie Blade Runner, District 9 oder Gattacavielschichtige Denkaufgaben mit [...]

Advanced Class Guide Classes: Initial Thoughts

A few weeks ago at Gen Con, Paizo announced one of the products they plan to release next summer called the Advanced Class Guide. It will be a 256-page rulebook that will contain ten new classes, each a mix of two already existing classes, similar in many ways to the Magus class from Ultimate Magic. On Wednesday, Jason Bulmahn (the Lead Designer for Pathfinder) revealed six of the ten classes and I thought I'd give my initial thoughts on these classes and some predictions for some of the other classes that might show up in the final product.

Bloodrager: [...]

Fleamarket Friday: Props For The Cosmic Chills...



The Colour Out Of Space, the latest of the HP Lovecraft Historical Society's audio adaptations of HPL's work, is now available.

As always, the 77-minute CD comes packaged with a selection of the trademark prop documents that HPLHS is justifiably famous for.

Troy's Crock Pot: Monsters Names on the Fly

The fight against the kobolds is going well. The PCs need only to dispatch two more of the creatures, and they'll be able to move on to the next room. That's when someone suggests: "Hey. Let's capture one of these guys and interrogate him!" Even the most experienced GM might groan inwardly at this turn of events. Brain freeze hits as the PCs ask their first question: PC: What's your name, kobold? GM: Uh ... uhmm ...let me think ... uh, Bob? PC: Bob? GM: Yeah, Bob. You wanna make something of it? PC: No. It's just that 'Bob' doesn't sound very, I dunno, kobold-y. In the spirit [...]

Nerds on the Run

A few weeks ago, Matthew Inman posted a six part, autobiographical comic to his website, The Oatmeal. (If you are unfamiliar with the Oatmeal, it is a wonderful web comic site, full of truth, laughter and naughty words.) In this particular comic, Inman presented a very eloquent description of why he runs long distances.

See the whole comic here.Reading that comic resonated with me in a major way. See, I used to be a runner in middle school and high school. However, after being forced to choose between participating in my high school's track team, whose season culminated in [...]

Magnetic, low-profile miniatures basing

Every miniature its base

I don't think there's a single perfect basing method you can apply to all varieties of figures, but for any particular variety I have to believe there's a good solution out there. Sometimes, and it's the case with the D&D collection and my choice of low-profile, magnetized ellipse bases I want to focus on today, there is a clear winner when I weigh the pros and cons of the options in light of any particular variety. Then for other collections, say my Oldhammer collection or my dark age fantasy collection that has some Red Box games figures, [...]

GURPS Jade Regent: Enter the Dragons

We picked up where we left off in +Nathan Joy's game.

. . . Cadmus was praying, others were standing or hovering around, and a dragon that could move through ice like it was yogurt was, well, moving through the ice like yogurt.

It burst through right under Shiba ( +Mark Langsdorf ) and Thumvar ( +Theodore Briggs ), both of whom avoided the attack, Thumvar rolling a critical success. The dragon got to roll on the Unarmed Critical Miss table, and went sprawling. Staver shoots arrows at it, laced with alchemical fire. Thumvar does a double attack and totals 27 (2) cut. Shiba pounds it with another exploding arrow and does 9 imp and 10 bu.

Cadmus continues to pray to Pharasma that the dragon not be able to escape and burrow into the ice again. After a few seconds of this, a sense of peace descends on him. He also hears something rattle and hiss off in the direction to his left.

Thumvar nails him with two more blows, and Staver ( +Emily Smirle)   hits with two more fire-arrows. Dragon drags himself off into the fog, and we lose track of him.

After a second or so, the dragon nails us all in a huge cone of solid cold. Cadmus is at the edge, and Dodge and Drops out of range. Thumvar gets out of the way, Shiba blocks the cone with his peshkali shield, and Staver eats 20 cold damage, which amulets and armor modify down so [...]

On Almanacs and Thin Ice

Once upon a time, I was suffering through an earache and a bit of a cold. I had an earache as a baby, and the doctor told my mother I would be susceptible to them for the rest of my life, and he wasn't wrong. I'd usually get once about once a year, and they'd last about a week.

Anyhow - the ear pain would spike in the evening, and I'd seen some goofy commercial on TV about home cures that included using a hair drier to dull the pain of an earache. So there I was, lying on [...]

One Contest's Not Enough! How about another!


So, here's a thing:  faithful readers of my scrolls here already know about my 400th Entry Contest--go enter HERE if you haven't already!--which closes this weekend.

But, JourneymanWill just tipped me off a great contest over at The Gamer Effect, who are giving out two gift cards to DriveThruRPG and Amazon.com!  I'm entering just by writing this!

Who doesn't love free gaming stuff?!  Jump in on my contest (ends September 1st) and then head over to The Gamer Effect for a shot at even more swag!

Good luck, fellow gamers!

Monsters vs. Mecha Game

Have you watched a certain movie with monsters and robots fighting, and thought it might be cool to play a little game based on that action?

Here is a free game I designed to help you do just that. The rules are 3 pages, and in case it gets confusing, I’ve also included two examples of play.

MONSTERS VS. MECHA

Monsters vs. Mecha Sample of Play


Fianyarr Class: Witch


Djinn Witch
(Edea - Final Fantasy XIII)Campaign World: Fianyarr.

Purpose: Witches are neither good nor evil, though they do generally abide by the Rule of Three ("What you put out in the world shall be returned to you threefold") and that tends to mean that some witches can be quite vengeaful.  Especially those that don't subscribe to the law: "Do as thou wilt but harm none", or at least modify that law to be "Do as thou wilt but harm none unless they have harmed you first".  There are few witches who are true pacifists, however, [...]

Podcast Ep #00105 -- Steamworld Dig to Dungeon Roll

Hahahaha! Dan’s in a far away land, traveling by sea so I get a chance to really muck things up around here. Of course, that means I had to assemble [...]

Labor Day Gaming?

First, a bit of news. There will be no update on this blog on Monday, nor will there likely be one on Tuesday. I work at a University and this weekend is move in weekend which means all hands on deck, so I'm going to be working both Sunday and Monday and not in the happy "plenty of time to tool around and write on the internet" kind of way - not that I have much of that anymore anyhow.

So, anyhow, that is what I am doing this weekend. So...

Second, anyone got any fun game related [...]

Con Schedule


I signed up for Con on the Cob.  I'm registered for games on the 18th and the 19th.  I decided to do it ahead of time instead of waiting til the last moment.  I'm hoping to drag +Rob Conley and +Chris Bard along.  Don't be shocked that it is old school heavy.

Friday9-1  Dungeon World1-5  B2 Keep on the Borderlands5-6  Game Design
Saturday10-2  Blasphemous Brewery of Pilz (Dylan Hartwell)3-5  Ice Lord (Dylan Hartwell)6-10 Sixth World (This one is a ShadowRun tutorial, I may or may not stay for                    [...]

The Abort the Atari Mission Move

It’s okay to abort the mission on the ol’ Atari but what about in life?

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The post The Abort the Atari Mission Move appeared first on Geeky & Genki.

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Dangerous Encounter: Assault On Hanger 18

To start off on this encounter, the PCs should hear rumors of a huge Bygone stockpile of technological artifacts. The Mutant Lord can have them discover a map on a dead mutant, hear tales spun by an insane wasteland wanderer, or perhaps they're given the information as a reward for another mission they've completed. Regardless of how the information is introduced, the location of the stockpile is in a remote section of the badlands where the fallout from The Final Wars was particularly destructive. No one dares to go there as the background radiation is a constant hazard (class 3 [...]

When is a "Kickstarter" NOT a Kickstarter? When it's The Unspeakable Oath Subscription Drive (CoC)

The RPG that I plan to get some serious mileage out of next year (and maybe this year in late October) is Call of Cthulhu. I supported the Orient Express Kickstarter for it and I'm dying to get some play out of it.

So when I saw The Unspeakable Oath (a CoC mostly quarterly magazine) was having a subscription drive, I had to jump in and jump start my CoC gaming.

Four issues in print and PDF for 30 bucks plus shipping is a steal. Bonuses added in for subscribers as certain subscriber totals are met? It's like having stretch goals for an already complete project ;)

Do you need a better reason to get one of the higher quality gaming magazines [...]

Daily Punch 8-29-13

How about some love for the thief paladin in dnd next?

Armored Stealth
You waste no extra movement focusing on how to avoid even the slightest noise from the bulk you wear
benefit:you no longer have disadvantage when in heavy armor, and you gain advantage on all checks to avoid being detected

Thoughts?


Iconic Relationships in the Barony

Iconic Relationships
Heroic Icons:  The Baron, The Dwarven Ally, The Hero!Ambiguous Icons:  The Elven Lord and Lady, The Wisest Wizard, The Librarian, The WandererVillainous Icons:  The Prince of Demons, The Warlord, The Nathair-Sgiathach
Can't we all just get along?When push comes to shove, many of the Icons would rather align themselves with each other, rather than face the consequences of not. One hundred years into the fourth Age, the primary sources of power and most active representations of the Icons are related to the Baron, the Dwarven Ally, the Wanderer, and the Warlord.
Representatives of the Baron Icon are pushing [...]

Table Top Wars and Warriors: Hobby Bunker Game Day

I recently attended a great event hosted by a local club The Boston Trained Bandsat a great local game store the Hobby Bunkerfor their annual game day.

He we had historical games for almost every era and using multiple rule sets a great chance to play your favorite era or try out a new one. Also a great chance to try out a new rule set or two and this what I did you can see full battle reports over at my blog Fencing Frograther I’m going to give you general impressions of the games I played and show you pictures [...]

Table Top Wars and Worriers: Hobby Bunker Game Day

I recently attended a great event hosted by a local club The Boston Trained Bandsat a great local game store the Hobby Bunkerfor their annual game day.

He we had historical games for almost every era and using multiple rule sets a great chance to play your favorite era or try out a new one. Also a great chance to try out a new rule set or two and this what I did you can see full battle reports over at my blog Fencing Frograther I’m going to give you general impressions of the games I played and show you pictures [...]

Ways To Help The GM Out As A Player

There are a number of ways that you can help the GM out as a player.  Lets face it, the GM needs a bit of help because they have a load of responsibilities already on their plate, and more than likely have spent a good deal of time preparing to run a game that you love for you.  So here are my insights after being a player for a couple of months on how you can help the GM do their job and make it fun for everyone.
Gaming requires an effort from everyone!
  1. Turn up in the right frame of [...]

Monsters vs. Mecha Game

Have you watched a certain movie with monsters and robots fighting, and thought it might be cool to play a little game based on that action?

Here is a free game I designed to help you do just that. The rules are 3 pages, and in case it gets confusing, I’ve also included two examples of play.

MONSTERS VS. MECHA

Monsters vs. Mecha Sample of Play


Turn Undead can be Awesome

Here's an inspiring video to show you how to approach it.


I love how he uses the Turn to not just repel the monster...

A Look Back at the Diverse Selection of RPGs I Ran "Back in the Day"

I played just about ever RPG back in my high school and college days, and when I say I played just everything, I mean I ran just about anything - I was the main DM / GM in the group.
Regretfully, I no longer seem to have the affinity to quickly pick up and understand diverse rulesets these days. In my younger days, I ranged far and wide:
MERP - I still remember some crazy NPC chasing the party yelling "Bola?!? Bola? You want bola? I give you bola!" as they ran in terror. This morphed into Rolemaster, which then killed the campaign under too many rules
Swordbearer - we never got further than character generation regretfully, but I did use the Dwarven Halls adventure [...]

Super Trench Attack ~WWi With Style or Something

Super Trench Attack, the goofball WW1 twitch-shooter from Edinburgh based developer Retro Army, has been unleashed on the PC gaming scene.

Edinburgh, Scotland – August 29, 2013 – Retro Army is proud to announce Super Trench Attack is now available on PC. The Dastardly Black Army has invaded your homeland! The only thing between them and victory stands one man. A new recruit with a penchant for naked lady magazines and an eye for headshots. Enter the crazy world of Super Trench Attack.

The game features a unique targeting system for an isometric shooter, you’ll need to perform headshots as well as footshots if your to overcome the dastardly Black Army. The game has been in development for five years, and was made by one man army Paul Stephen-Davis.

Game Features:
- Unique targetting system,
- 4 huge open areas to explore,
- 16 varied missions, including escort and defend missions,
- Buddy AI to help you out,
- Fully upgradeable weapons,
- Level-up yourself and your buddy AI,
- Goofball bonkers humor,
- 4-Player LAN Deathmatch,

The post Super Trench Attack ~WWi With Style or Something appeared first on Not the Singularity.

Big Announcement!

Three of my most popular Labyrinth Games are finally back in print!  All three sold out their original runs and, in the time since, I've had numerous emails asking for a reprint.  Well, here they are!

Below I do a video flip through of each of the games.  Each one is staple-seamed and sporting a durable cardstock exterior.  Each book is also only $4.99 and that includes shipping nearly anywhere!  Hurry up and get one before the second printing runs out!

[Note:  Tim Shorts your free copy is in the mail.  Tim Sniderman I will hand you your [...]

Using Role-playing Games To Assist Recovey of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients

This video is a presentation on the hypothetical use of role-playing games to help a patient with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) progress through various recovery stages. This includes Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA), Computer-based RPG, Tabletop, and Live-action role-play (LARP).

The video can be viewed here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwD4fAZx_2w (RPG Research Youtube Channel, http://www.youtube.com/rpgresearch )

Supporting documents:

  • PDF version of slideshow
  • Short version of detailed essay
  • Alternate video location

I am an undergraduate (senior) student at Eastern Washington University (EWU) working on an interdisciplinary degree in Recreation Therapy, Music (therapy), and Research Psychology.

In March 2013, as the final project for the class "Recreation Therapy for People with Disabilities", we were to each choose from a list of potential disabilities and create a recreation therapy treatment program.

I chose Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with the relevant impairments, and proposed using role-playing games with various modifications as the client recuperates.

This is of course completely hypothetical right now, but [...]

A Level Advancement Alternative to XP

This post originally appeared on the old Uncle Bear site on October 21, 2008.

As a gamemaster, I've also found the task of awarding Experience Points to be a royal pain in the backside. If the characters have their behinds handed to them, should they get fewer XP because they failed or more XP because they survived an encounter against a superior opponent? If the characters cakewalked through your carefully planned deathtraps, do they get more XP for being clever, or less XP because, well, there really wasn't any sweat involved (yawn)? When they're playing really intelligently and devising clever schemes [...]

A Level Advancement Alternative to XP

This post originally appeared on the old Uncle Bear site on October 21, 2008.

As a gamemaster, I've also found the task of awarding Experience Points to be a royal pain in the backside. If the characters have their behinds handed to them, should they get fewer XP because they failed or more XP because they survived an encounter against a superior opponent? If the characters cakewalked through your carefully planned deathtraps, do they get more XP for being clever, or less XP because, well, there really wasn't any sweat involved (yawn)? When they're playing really intelligently and devising clever schemes [...]

Future L5R Campaign -- Children of Destiny

Legend of the Five Ring – Children of Destiny

Game Themes: Following in the footsteps of the ancestors, clashes between the demands of family and personal desire, how history shapes and is shaped by people.

Situation: Doji Akira, now the Chief Magistrate of Otosan Utchi, has called upon the children of those who have served him well in the past.
Their role and fate are undetermined, can they make their destiny one of legend?

Setting: This will be set in the Jade Empire of Rokugan, 20ish years after the JYTB campaign.
* Continuity: story arcs followed by time jumps moving the game and [...]

Future L5R Campaign -- Children of Destiny

Legend of the Five Ring – Children of Destiny

Game Themes: Following in the footsteps of the ancestors, clashes between the demands of family and personal desire, how history shapes and is shaped by people.

Situation: Doji Akira, now the Chief Magistrate of Otosan Utchi, has called upon the children of those who have served him well in the past.
Their role and fate are undetermined, can they make their destiny one of legend?

Setting: This will be set in the Jade Empire of Rokugan, 20ish years after the JYTB campaign.
* Continuity: story arcs followed by time jumps moving the game and [...]

Duality

Let's play a thought game. 

Imagine you wake up in the morning after a rough, sleepless night. You stumble into the bathroom feeling like nothing more than deep-fried shit in a skillet, and you look in the mirror.  Now, what you see isn't likely to be pretty, but it's still recognizably you, isn't it? If you're a man, you have stubble. If you're a woman, you need makeup. Regardless of how messy you are, you still look like you.

Now let's try it again. 

You stumble into the bathroom, and you look in the mirror... and something [...]
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