What would I need for a late to run analog lab smoothly live?

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2022.01.22 17:49 Sugar1982 What would I need for a late to run analog lab smoothly live?

Not looking to drop a lot of coin. Just going to use it as a dedicate late too to v collection and possible other vsts. Windows not Apple
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2022.01.22 17:49 OlorinTheOtaku My First Impressions of Hyperborea 3e

Here's some of my first impressions on Hyperborea 3e after looking through it briefly...
The introduction is quite neat, giving a good overview of what sword & sorcery and weird sci-fi is, getting you fairly pumped up and in the mood. The awesome new page-border art really helps set the tone. The three forewords which made up the bulk of 2e's intro are absent. Which I think is sorta neat, since it makes the introduction feel much more solid, coherent, and focused, instead of just being the random musings of three different folks.
The artwork generally seems like an improvement over 2e. There's lots of great new illustrations, including (among many other things) amazing page borders for the first two pages of every chapter and extensive artwork for the game's equipment. Overall, I think the new art gives the book a very strong graphical similarity to Dungeon Crawl Classics. A lot of great pieces are recycled from 2e, but a lot are now unfortunately absent. Thankfully, the stupid color pieces from the beginning of each chapter in 2e are gone, and good riddance to that I say. They looked completely out of place.
Beyond artwork, the general book layout is infinitely superior compared to 2e. This is especially true in the classes chapter. Character features are now clearly marked with a heading and proper paragraph separations. Just like a normal RPG book, go figure. Honestly, the whole thing just makes 2e look like a rough, incomplete draft. Huge improvement!
=CHARACTERS=
The classes themselves don't seem to come with any overt changes from 2e. When briefly comparing the books I only noticed two specific changes. Fighters and a few other martial classes now get a slight boost to Strength and/or Dexterity checks. Illusionist now have a nifty built-in arcane Light feature, letting them summon colored orbs; as well as a very useful built-in Alter Self cantrip. I remember hearing that there's subtle mechanical changes, but can't remember what and didn't notice anything overt after a quick glance now. So, overall, nothing major, but heck, the 26 classes were already pretty damn cool. Now they're just slightly tweaked and fine tuned. The new and improved layout for classes already makes a massive difference.
The classes each come with their own optional starting equipment kits. This is supposed to expedite character creation, and I love the concept... If actually done right. It's borderline useless here. It doesn't give you the stats of equipment, nor the weight of each item, or even the weight of the total kit. Meaning you still have to work that all out for yourself. Not a huge deal, fixable by simply calculating every kit once and then saving that info somewhere. But come on, that's just inexcusably lazy on the part of the author. If used as presented in the book, this does practically nothing to expedite character gen.
There's a few new races, including ones from Old Earth like Greeks and Romans. A particularly interesting one is the Oon, the subterranean race enslaved by Lovecraft's Mi-go aliens. That's unique. But, since races have zero mechanics in Hyperborea and are just meant for roleplaying... It really doesn't mean much. We don't even get art, or anything particularly fun or useful, just a paragraph for each race. New lore is neat, though. There are a lot more languages now, too, including Latin!
On a related note, there's now a random name generator, with extensive tables for each race. Very useful, that.
=EQUIPMENT=
Two-handed shields are gone, leaving just small and large shields. And shields now just have one AC mod, as opposed to the split between ranged and melee 2e had. Much better and more straight forward.
Weapon Class now actually determines the melee range of the weapon. Meaning that spears are actually useful, letting you attack from 10 feet away!
Weight based encumbrance has been tossed. Instead, now you just have the willy-nilly rules of being either Encumbered or Heavily Encumbered "if the Judge says so," which is just really problematic in an OSR game that supposedly revolves around treasure hunting and resource management. But the game still lists weights for every item, so, ah well, easy enough to homebrew if one wanted. Seems like a wonky step backwards in design, though. They already had the rules in 2e, why toss good work into the bin? Just to save half a page of space? It was already optional anyway.
=COMBAT=
Combat system seems essentially unchanged from 2e. It still assumes the classic announce-actions-before-initiative thing, but at least the confusing-as-all-bloody-hell segment/phase system is gone. They also add optional critical miss rules to the optional crit hit rules.
Annoyingly it still thinks people use the Attack Matrix chart, which is just utterly archaic. And it doesn't use THAC0, no. Instead one has a "Fighting Ability" stat, which you add to attack rolls. They've essentially combined the Base-Attack-Bonus mechanic from D&D 3e with the Attack Matrix chart from D&D 1e.
Fixing this baffling mess is easy, though. If you realize Hyperborea's FA is actually just a BAB (which the book doesn't tell you) simply use it like a BAB, with the target's AC, against a static value representing base THAC0. You thus mathematically invert the purpose THAC0 serves and skip the entire Attack Matrix system. So, all attack rolls simply work as follows:
[D20 + FA + Relevant Mods + Target AC] If the result is equal to or higher than 20, the attack hits.
Bing bang bong, you're effortlessly juggling the virtuous of both descending and ascending AC. Descending AC is now actually usable, and if you use content that happens to feature monsters with ascending AC, simply compare your attack roll directly to their AC, without adding it to your roll.
Honestly, I'm baffled that the author(s) still use, let alone encourage the use of the Attack Matrix. People have known how to properly deal with descending AC since the nineties. If you're going to toss the entire encumbrance system into the shredder - presumably because it's "too complicated/outdated" - then how in the living name of hell did the Attack Matrix get a pass? Maybe include it as an optional rule for nostalgia sake if you must, but solely featuring it as the default system only serves to perpetrate the myth that descending AC is complicated. It's only complicated if you insist on inexplicably using it as if we're in the seventies.
=JUDGE'S SECTION=
Hyperborea is now split into two books, one for the players and the judge. This is neat I guess, though it was kinda cool that 2e had everything you need all in one book. What definitely is neat is that the Judge's book opens with eight pages discussing the art of Judging and gives you some practical advice. Something that 2e inexcusably lacked entirely.
From a quick glance, the bestiary seems mostly the same as 2e's. Which is no complaint at all, since 2e already had an awesome bestiary. Though I did notice that Night-Gaunts are expanded now. There's stats for the Queen and younglings and a bit more lore, making the monster way more interesting and usable. Night-Gaunt Queen artwork is awesome and it made me really wanna feature the monster in something.
I don't like that there's still no fae. I realize they're they're trying to get away from Tolkienesqu high fantasy and whatnot, but they still feature trolls, ents, will-o'-wisps, and Norse mythology fashioned dwarves. I think traditional fae could have fitted perfectly into the setting. Hell, the book even acknowledges Lord Dunsany as a prominent figure in the origin of weird fiction. So... Why no fae representation here? Adapting The King of Elfland's Daughter, or Robert Kirk's ancient texts on real-world faeries, would make for an awesome Hyperborea game!
I was also hoping for some random encounter tables, but unfortunately none are present.
Magic Items seem unchanged at a glance. Which is fine, since 2e already had possibly the largest and coolest collection of magic items I've seen in an OSR game.
The Hyperborea Gazetteer seems mostly unchanged. There's a small bit of new lore here-and-there, but mostly it seems like the same content from 2e. Which is fine I guess. I was hoping for maybe a little more, though, simply because the setting is so unbelievably good. But you get a great overview and there doesn't particularly seem like there's any lack of content. So, eh.
The Weather appendix has been largely simplified. Though I can't really imagine anyone was using that massive subsystem in 2e just to see what exactly the temperature and wind is like anyway. The new system seems much more streamlined and usable, though I still doubt anyone will actually use it much.
The Rogues Gallery appendix from 2e, a collection of a few premade characters, is now absent! That's daft, why'd they remove it?
Worst absence though, by far, is that now the book doesn't feature the introductory town of Swampgate and The Black Moss-Hag of Lug. I've actually ran this in 2e and loved the hell out of it, tis a brilliant module and a great starting area! There is a new starter module for 3e, but it's sold separately. I loved that 2e had absolutely everything you needed right in one book. And now newcomers are going to miss out on Swampgate, unless they also grab the entire second edition just to get it, which is a crying shame. Swampgate's only 27 pages, why couldn't they slot it into 3e somehow? After all, almost everything else in 3e is just recycled from 2e.
=CONCLUSION=
This new edition really doesn't seem to add any significant new content or changes to the game. The main change is the VASTLY better layout and some nifty new art. Which is... A little odd, I must admit. It just doesn't really feel like a whole new edition, just a nice brush-up and collection of tweaks. And even then, it still doesn't fix some glaring issues from 2e, like the Combat Matrix; new inclusions like starter kits feel horribly half-assed; and you're now missing Swampgate and the Rogues Gallery!
But 2e was already one of my favorite RPGs, so 3e, which is overall just a direct improvement upon that, is still absolutely cool beans.
Generally speaking, I think Fantastic Heroes & Witchery is still better as an OSR take on AD&D. Largely due to it actually featuring racial rules, going up to 20th level and beyond (Hyperborea only goes to 12th), its massive spell list, and featuring sane rules for stuff like encumbrance and attacks. But FH&W does not come with any monsters, magic items, nor a campaign setting. You've gotta outsource those. Hyperborea comes with an awesome bestiary and an enormous collection of magic items, plus an incredible campaign setting.
Hyperborea 3e is by no means a bad game, and if you specifically want to play a weird pulp fantasy RPG, I'd argue that this is BY FAR your best option, there's no contest. But even just using it for general D&D fantasy should be tons of fun, as long as you don't want to go past 12th level or play a race other than human.
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2022.01.22 17:49 daydrinkingwithbob Advertising will be wild

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2022.01.22 17:49 13th_Floor_Please Has anybody tried Mindbloom?

Been out of the game for many years and I'm all of a sudden getting ads for prescription ketamine. Anyone try it and what was the experience like?
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2022.01.22 17:49 louieisnotginger tooth extraction bleeding when brushing

i got an extraction 3 weeks ago now and braces put on one week ago, i’ve been trying hard to brush thoroughly for the braces while being careful at the extraction site but every time i brush near it the site starts bleeding quite a bit, it doesn’t hurt at all i can’t even feel it and it stops after a few seconds but is this okay?
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2022.01.22 17:49 excuuseyou Riveting news to scroll through today.

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2022.01.22 17:49 iwasbornyeetsterday Icecream Van

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2022.01.22 17:49 Admirable-Emu1129 MS hug spasms??

Is anyones MS hug ever accompanied by spasms?
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2022.01.22 17:49 eljay87skt Wait, It’s always been “Froot”Loops and Berenstain Bears?

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2022.01.22 17:49 bexyrex Vintage machine, restore electrics or convert to hand crank?

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2022.01.22 17:49 HomeOld9234 Some plx translate these numbers

After dodeca I have no idea what these letters mean. What's higher? Qt, qd, T. Or O?
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2022.01.22 17:49 litterpickingcritter First litter pick of 2022! ♻️ Collected 4lbs of litter from a local spot that leads straight to a riverside nature reserve. Repurposing an old shopping trolley for my litter-picking has definitely been one of my better ideas - wholeheartedly recommend!

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2022.01.22 17:49 RATMAN_420 Seems to obvious

We all really think after this crash prices will beat the last all time high? Idk seems fishy, half of these coins are useless so it just seems like reality settling in
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2022.01.22 17:49 jmcging Any thoughts on Harmony Elite remote setup?

OK, upgraded both TV and audio and getting it dialed in has been tough. Issues included the Roku turning the TV back on (needed to unclick the 1 button activate item on the Roku) to working OK on startup from off but not when moving from one activity to another while live. Or the TV turns off but the Roku comes back to life (hopefully fixed per above) or the TV doesn't come on when starting an activity which doesn't trigger the eARC Samsung so when you do get the TV running, the soundbar is bypassed and sound comes out the TV. Key issue was soundbar being bypassed/ defaulting to TV speakers.
TV is a LG G1, HDMI 1 is a Verizon FIOS 4100 box, HDMI 2 (eARC) is a Samsung HW-Q950A soundbar, HDMI 3 is a 2021 Roku Ultra and HDMI 4 is a LG UBK90 Blueray.
To "force" eARC to the soundbar (HDMI 2 eARC) and make it active in all activities, I've set up the power on the soundbar to be always on and all the activities power up the LG TV first, which should then connect to the Samsung, and auto trigger eARC. When they get out of sync, the TV doesn't see the soundbar and it is bypassed. I've also set the input setting to I press a button and it immediately changes to a new input and I repeat as necessary " and the device inputs are set up to match the soundbar (D.IN (turns into eARC), HDMI 1, HDMI 2 (these are the soundbar's not the TVs) wifi and bt). Theoretically, if the soundbar is turned off it comes back to the last used input. Between that and the TV triggering eARC, it should always get active. Right?
The TV is set to I want to turn off this device when not in use" but wonder if it should instead be I want to keep this device on when Switching Activities and only turn it off when I press the Off button" As it is, the TV stays on when I switch between activities with the current setting.
Then the device of choice is powered on by calling the HDMI number. The FIOS box is essentially always on, as it doesn't have a "hard" off and this works well, most times. I've set it as "I want to leave this device powered on all the time".
The Roku is set to "I want to keep this device on when switching activities and only turn it off when I press the off button" but I'll be damned if I know why I have that. I'm wondering if it would be better to use the power setting that leaves it powered on all the time? Especially if I've fixed the issue with it coming back to life (see above).
The bluray is simple, old school. Never an issue. Set TV to HDMI 4, turn on, turn off. Easy peasy.
For other reasons, I've actually factory reset this 3 times to get the devices recognized by the TV so the remote works. (Oh, I also turned on a TV sound setting for explicitly eArc, just saying.)
But wondering if anyone else has an LG C1/G1 with a non-LG soundbar and Roku (I mean, must be good number, right?) and if they have any advice on what works for them.
Thanks
John
If I ever dial this down I'm writing this all down. :)
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2022.01.22 17:49 xinthemysteryofyou Sinus congestion and fever?

Hi all!
So yesterday I was feeling pretty much fine. Sneezing quite a bit but otherwise okay. Last night, I got this horrible sinus headache. It went from the bridge of my nose to the back of my head down to my neck and it took 800mg of Ibuprofen and 2 hours before it finally went away enough for me to sleep.
This morning I developed a low grade 99-100 fever, and went to urgent care to get a rapid test which came back negative. The doctor seemed to think it was a sinus infection, so he told me to just take some over the counter stuff and wait it out.
I'm usually prone to sinus infections, especially this time of year, but I'm not having any of the usual facial and teeth pain that I normally have with it. I'm glad of that because it's miserable but I'm wondering if it still be Covid even if I tested negative? Has anyone had similar experiences?
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2022.01.22 17:49 WerewolfForeign Shadows In The Heart Of The City, Hulk Magazine #16 1979

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2022.01.22 17:49 CuntyMusicSnob Looking for unique band reccomendations

Just looking for some more unknown and unique bands in the vein of prog, more psychedelic or avant-garde black metal and avant garde death metal. Recently I’ve discovered bands like Skaphe, worm list, la torture does tenebres, lumnos and would love more unwise bands not necessarily that are similar but just have a unique sound that blows you away. For prog I’m down for classic prog as well in rock and metal. For death metal veil burner has completely blown me away and kinda rekindled my love of death metal that hasn’t just be boring tech death
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2022.01.22 17:49 politicly1 Arizona Dems Vote To Censure "Pharma & MLM Owned" Sinema Over Filibuster

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2022.01.22 17:49 Ok-Professional-9564 Expats in Madeira: how do you like it living on Madeira?

I’m considering moving to Madeira from the Netherlands and looking for some feedback from expats that already live there.

  1. How are the people/culture different to where you are from?
  2. What are your experiences with healthcare and bureaucracy?
  3. In general, what are the cons and pros of living on Madeira for you?
Any information is appreciated!
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2022.01.22 17:49 dgreenberg90 New lvl 85 Farming Spots?

New lvl 85 Farming Spots? Assuming that they don't change the immunities of monsters in the areas, which areas do you see as becoming the new top farming locations? I don't think I have even been in half of these areas for well over a decade.

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2022.01.22 17:49 DailyComet George Harrison - Isn’t it a Pity

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