Amateur Necromancy

His hat is so magical it can reverse itself in two dimensions.

It is not the pirate's spirit which possesses his body.

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colin said...

That's right kids. The magic spells in Dungeons and Dragons REALLY WORK. Especially the ones in the 1E Unearthed Arcana.

But none of the one in Harry Potter. That's just make believe.

12/16/2004 7:44 PM  
Anonymous said...

Ha! Pirate-zombie pwnage!

On an unrelated topic, I hope I'm not the only one who pronounces it "pyoonage"...

12/16/2004 8:52 PM  
Anonymous said...

I say "pawnage" is that how most people say it?

12/17/2004 3:24 AM  
inside_the_outside_box said...

Following that theory...let us calculate:

1 Sacraficial Friends Death: -100 xp
1 Animated Dead Friends Corpse-slain 500 xp
1 Ghost of Slain Friend "Put To Rest" 1500 xp

A chance to kill the most anoying
member of the party....THREE TIMES PRICELESS

12/17/2004 7:05 AM  
Anonymous said...

I say it like, "pwunnage". Maybe it's not a word that should be said aloud...

12/18/2004 7:56 AM  
Anonymous said...

You know, you've set up an interesting premise. What if all zombies, either of the flesh- or brain-eating varieties, had their spirits looking over their shoulders? You know, guiding them and such? Perhaps that's what gives zombies the ability to track down people when their senses are otherwise decaying. Ehhh, I'm ruining good humor just by being a gaming/horror nerd.

12/19/2004 1:12 AM  
Anonymous said...

I think "pwnage" is pronounced "ownage." It is my understanding that "pwnage" came from "ownage" in much the same way that "pr0n" came from "porn" - a typo that just struck someone as funny so they started using it intentionally.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going out to dinner with my grilf

12/21/2004 4:10 PM  
Tony said...

My pastor was right!

12/26/2004 11:52 AM  

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