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    CERN LHC...August 2012.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPMiller View Post
    Where/when did I post that idea? I have so many ideas that I often forget that I post them. LOL

    Somewhere over on RPTools when talking animated gifs. I found it cause I searched and asked a question about that feature in Maptools and thought your post was a good idea. Your example was something like a partially translucent fog overlay stamp and have the GM turn the bad guy tokens on and off between moving them closer to the players tokens. Kind of like a freaky strobe light horror movie effect.
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    Ah, I vaguely remember that. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfrazierjr View Post
    See.. what you do here is get some players who know nothing about whats going on with your work... start the game... freak them out with some really off the wall crazy crap(and I mean WAY crazy) in the game. Then tell then that the project you are working on is doing the same thing and try to convince them that the world "really" won't end like it did in the game.

    Heh.. that's where RPMillers suggestino about animated gifs and the whole "fog" doing the show/hide tokens for a fraction of a second while moving closer to the players would be just freaking awesome in Maptool!

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    Am I the only one who keeps reading the title as on HARDon colliders, or am the only sicko here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by torstan View Post
    (hadrons are composite particles - of which protons and neutrons are two examples. Always be careful when typing hadron not to get the d and r mixed by accident. Easy typo, completely different machine....)
    Evidently not.

    I have something of the opposite problem. Imagine my chagrin when I clicked on a link to what I thought was going to be an enormous hadron.




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    Quote Originally Posted by torstan View Post
    The LHC - Large Hadron Collider
    (hadrons are composite particles - of which protons and neutrons are two examples. Always be careful when typing hadron not to get the d and r mixed by accident. Easy typo, completely different machine....)
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    Am I the only one who keeps reading the title as on HARDon colliders, or am the only sicko here?

    Which is why Torstan explicitly warns you to be careful...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeonKnight View Post
    Am I the only one who keeps reading the title as on HARDon colliders, or am the only sicko here?
    Looks like you're the only one.
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    I'm sporting quite a large Hadron right now...oh yeah!!!


    Seriously though...Torstan, this thread was VERY enlightening, and I honor your work and look forward to the future through what you guys learn.
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    A year ago I would not have had the foggiest idea about this whole thread, but thanks to the Science Channel I can actually follow this. God love a couch potato...would that be dark matter wasting dark energy?

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