I hope I'll never have to see one of my children with a feeding tube down their throat again. My little girl was removed from the incubator and all tubes removed yesterday. She's still in intensive care but I believe the worst is over.
My little lady is intensive care due to trouble breathing. The doctors told me it's normal as she is premature but they still have no idea when I'll be allowed to take her home. Once more this forum give me some laugh and distraction in a hard moment in my life. Thank you all.
Yes! It will make that car seat journey home all the sweeter! I don't know all the details but I hope for many happy tales
after this little adventure. Nothing can put you through the emotional wringer than your own child. Sending a luck spell your way.
I knew the bandits clothes would protect you... here take a look at this label. They're 100% fireproof... but he should have read the fineprint... "If hit by fire all heat is directed inside of the cloth"
The local sage informs you that to find the Crumpet Monster first, you'll have to get the location of his secret cave. His messager, Aelis, will teleport in at the southmost part of the Town at 6 o'clock. You can either follow him to the Crumpet Monster's outpost, or capture him and extort him for the information.
ThacoBell, you can't make philosophical questions while you're dazed and confused. Everybody knows it's just the Purifier, because as we all know in 2e halflings use bastard swords as two handed swords, but can't use two handed swords. And technichally wubble is about the size of a halfling.
Irenicus dies out a horrible death as Anduin emerges from his condimental oblivion and drains his very soul. The mustard begins to take shape, and finally it stops revolving as it perfectly simulates the silhouette of... Winston Churchill? It can't be him! Treachery! He does not have his cigar! Bloody hell!
Mwhaha! So my future little siblings to be in death, you search for the treasured golden cookienomicon, a recipe so fantastical in nature that just reading it turns one into a salivating drooling slave.
*Anduin finally succumbs to serious damage to the goole from wubbles purifying blade*
... Adventurers *cough* don't make the cookie... If you do... The biscuit service sector, employing thousands, will surely end... Leaving thousands unemployed. The world economy will collapse, inflation will increase exponentially! People will starve and civilisation will burn! Think about *wheeze* your figuresssss........
Hi i apolagise for sending you a pm about the xp cap remover you posted especially since its so many years later. I have just restarted the game after not playing it for 15 years. I made a posting in that xp cap remover one but i doubt anyone will answer me after so long. Would you mind checking it out for me. I have hit cap on my current save game in bg ee and want to finish it and still gain xp that i can then import my game straight to bg SoD and have that higher xp available. I feel a right twit for asking this stuff. Thanks if you can help me. Tim
The answer is different now anyway. There may be other ways of doing it, but this is straightforward. Edit this file in the override folder: startare.2da
It should be like this:
Change the last line to whatever you want it to be.
You will need to change the name of the file to startare.txt in order to edit it and change it back afterwards.
Similarly edit file name: xpcap.2da to xpcap.txt so that you can edit that file as well.
A man with one watch knows the time. A man with two watches is never sure. A man with three watches is a fool. A man with four watches is a thief. A man with five watches is from Switzerland. A man with six watches is NOT gonna make it through the metal detector at the airport the first time. A man with seven watches should REALLY consider having a yard sale. A man with eight watches needs a hobby. A man with nine watches will always be late. A man with ten watches is a fence.
I have never seen deeper and wiser words on the Internet. I'd really like to know who the author is
Just count the watches and then discount the ones that are not working. If he has two watches and one is broke then we apply the rules for one watch and know he always will know the time... unless he happens to be using the one that is broken, but why would anyone do this? :)