I just downloaded the new expansion, The Serpent's Spine, and I'm just wondering how many have gotten it via downloading and how many bought it when it came out. Granted, it just came out yesterday, but hey, thought I would ask anyway. I was thinking about starting a new character for the new race that came out.
Just a question for everyone:
Have you gone on a LDON? I'm not sure how they come up with these. Is it depending on level or how many people are in a group? I know that they don't have any reds and that the mobs don't pop back up. I have yet to adventure into on, so any information would be great!
Well it started out on a thrusday.
And because of that I ran the Terminus Media tables all by myself. :)
I managed to sell a bunch of prints and some issues of books one and two.
And of course I met lots of really cool people. :)
The fun started after the dealers room closed...
I couldn't remember where I parked my car. O_o;
And so spent nearly 3 hours (including 30 mins for eating) looking for it. :P
When I found it at last I hopped in and noticed that I could see the convention hotel's name from the driver's seat. It was pretty much a straight walk about 2 blocks away.
I'm a idiot. :D
Well I'm off again. The Dealers room opens again today at 10:00.
But today the rest of the group should be there.
And this time I'll remember where i parked. hehe. ;)
Henson Reignites Dark Crystal
The Jim Henson Co. has set Genndy Tartakovsky to direct Power of the
Dark Crystal, sequel to the 1982 fantasy film The Dark Crystal,
Tartakovsky created the animated TV series hits Samurai Jack, Dexter's
Laboratory and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. His Orphanage Animation
Studios will take the lead on the computer animation elements for the
puppet-driven film, the trade paper reported.
The film becomes a co-production of Henson and the Orphanage. Lisa
Henson, co-chief executive officer of the Jim Henson Co., will produce
with Orphanage chairman Scott Stewart. Brian Froud has returned to
design the new characters.
Set hundreds of years after the first movie, the sequel follows a
mysterious girl made of fire who steals a shard of the crystal in
hopes of reigniting the dying sun.
As a fan of the original, If this is half as good as I expect it to be.
I'll be pleased. ^_^
Hello all I'm very new to the community, I am currently on a quest(In real life) to find out where the term Ninja looter came from, someone(A few someones) pointed me in the direction of EverQuest, saying that it had to do with being able to over load bags, making them drop, and picking them up, there by stealing the other persons stuff. I know most if not all of you have heard it, but have you ever wondered where it came from? So do y'all know?