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(Gizmodo)   Can a slime mold be taught to kill Sarah Connor?   ( divider line
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1649 clicks; posted to Geek » on 30 Aug 2013 at 12:35 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-08-30 12:06:02 PM  
Depends on her Armor Class and if they have a Cleric with a Cure Disease spell I suppose.
2013-08-30 12:18:03 PM  
Depends on if they play Jackie Wilson or Slayer.
2013-08-30 12:36:36 PM  
Slime mold is somehow made creepier.
2013-08-30 01:01:03 PM  
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Slime mold?
2013-08-30 01:26:48 PM  
Dave Arneson:  We should plumb through the countless troves of folklore around the world searching for monsters to populate D&D.  It will ensure our players have a rich tapestry from which to draw for their adventures.  Larry, what cool monsters have you discovered?

Larry:  I have a jello cube.
2013-08-30 01:26:51 PM  
A slime draws near!


Fight Spell
Run Item
2013-08-30 01:42:41 PM  
Okay, never GIS "shoggoth" at work...
2013-08-30 03:26:11 PM  
Why not? They've been running Congress for decades.
2013-08-30 03:31:19 PM  
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2013-08-30 04:56:36 PM  
Why not?  I taught mine to whistle "Rolling in the Deep".
2013-08-30 06:17:27 PM  
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2013-08-30 11:31:22 PM  
Great. Now that'll haunt my dreams.
2013-08-31 08:34:06 AM  
It's gellatenus fungi you should be worried about.
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