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30 December 2010 @ 03:04 am
From Twitter 12-29-2010  

  • 13:25:44: Did any old school D&D players actually USE "Tenser's floating disk" for anything?
  • 13:32:40: Looking out the window, I see an ambulance at the Discovery building, sirens blazing. Must be showing reruns of "The Colony."
  • 13:34:06: Getting serious, there's now a fire truck at the Discovery Building. Bear Grylls must have drank too much urine.
  • 13:38:12: @grayhawk "The disc floats approximately 3 feet above the ground..." You have some awfully short undead, sir. Zombie toddlers or something.
  • 13:39:57: A cop car is now at the Discovery Building, but the ambulance and fire truck left. Crisis averted: I almost ran out of Discovery show jokes.
  • 15:10:19: I have always thought this song was a little creepy, but this commentary is too funny: http://www.lamebook.com/baby-its-cold-outside/
  • 17:35:35: #wmata just informed us children should not be allowed to sit or play on escalators. That loud "No DUH" you heard in the tunnels was me.
  • 19:39:46: I knew it! http://i.imgur.com/t33ij.jpg
  • 20:00:21: I am bucking a trend; as of this tweet, I am not sick with any sort of cold, flu, or bacterial infection. I am a rebel among you.

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feyandstrange on December 30th, 2010 08:41 am (UTC)
Tenser's floaty disk makes a pretty awesome gear-holder if you run out of ponies and/or minions. I used one to drag wounded once. And a friend loaded one up with all the crap gear they picked up - rusty swords and other pointy bits, all sticking out - then floated it spinning down the corridor ahead of them to scare and/or attack anything ahead of them. As you noted, not good vs. short foes.

Stormwindzstormwindz on December 30th, 2010 02:46 pm (UTC)
Ditto for treasure when stuck with only a couple of (small, young, female human) party members and a pile of treasure.

Have also used to hold up a loose door for use as a shield in front of a 'charge'.