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…aaaand interrupted at the wrong moment.
Size? He’s now a Dwarf, I would guess. If he starts using an axe and yelling something about the available food in Baruk Khazad’s restaurant menu options between H and J, we’ll know.
So… did 12 change his size just to talk to Frank?
I think he did to be able to reach the bar and grab the beer
so love office politics in fantasy stories.
the more things change, the more things remain the same
Well, that explains some of the gnome/fairie relationship “logistics”.
Yes, and in strategy, tactics and diplomacy too. But of course, David had to pull a fast one and leave us hanging on the REALLY important information.
HA even Gnomes are concerned about “size”! This is great. I can;t wait to see what happens next.
P.S. How does one make her….letters darker? Or Bigger?
is bold, minus the dashes, M’Lady.
Crap! It even took those out! But using a ” sigh starts the bolding. Same command with a ‘/’ in front of the ‘b’ ends it.
So I can start normal, go bold, and then go back.
At the very bottom are the HTML tags and attributes you can use here. Use one before the text you want to create and its closing counterpart afterward – e.g., and will boldface your text (remove the internal spaces).
Aargh, the page automatically removed my written examples too!
TO make your letters bigger in Internet Explorer, hold the control key down and roll your mouse wheel to adjust the text size (a short cut for “zooming”). If you’re on a cell phone or tablet that supports multi touch, you need to pinch/stretch. As for other browsers, not sure.
You can make your response text Bold by using the HTML tags shown below the text editing area at the bottom of the page, but it won’t affect messages that have already been posted.
Well thank you all! that’s just pretty darned Spiffy!
Question: How the heck do you make those paragraph marks? ===== one way is to cope and paste them in your comment. this forum does not recognize html but does recognize the symbols. i go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Punctuation and copy and paste. you can lots. ¿ or ¶ or § and go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miscellaneous_Symbols for things like ☎ or ☛ or ♥ …. i have not figured out if there is a way to enlarge the symbol here. hope this helps
Don’t worry, 41. The size increase is due to drinking ale…
Ale all around so we can figger out what’s going on here. Sherve Gnome 12 firsht!
Lesh try that bold business — I said “Ale all around! an’ sherve Gnome 12 firsht!”
OK the size thing was the funniest thing ever!
Do I sense that it was accidental and David just rolled with it?
Sometimes accidental stuff like that helps the story develop greatly.
I did some gamemastering in paper-and-dice RPGs some 15 years back and I know how important is to grab the bloopers and use them in the favor of the story.
If it was intentional – never mind
* how important IT is
Sorry, can’t edit my post
Um, heh heh… I’ll never tell.
Subtle, how David covered for that …
But, makes sense, really. You can drink more ale that way. And, as noted elsewhere in the comments, Rule 34 (at least, when applied to Gnomes) now has quite a few more options.
Perhaps Gnome 12 is just compensating for something…
… or he’s just sticking it to “The Gnome” because of how awesome he is!
This is a test of the Pixie Bolding Text System. This is only a test.
(Modem connect sound) BEEP! (Modem disconnect sound)
This has been a test of the Pixie Bolding Text System. In the event of an actual message, Ale and Pixie dust would abound.
We can fix that as her duly delegated reps, ya know…
From the general nature of her posts and that avatar, does Pixie really need any help being more bold? o.O
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