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  • Making Sense Out of the Unlikely, Uncertain and Unexpected Encounters
    Making Sense Out of the Unlikely, Uncertain and Unexpected Encounters
    We, as human beings, are naturally inclined to be curious. Our human minds simply cannot resist looking at things, people, and events to see how they relate to our worlds. Something as simple as a remark spoken can be life altering if one pays...
  • Scourge of the Sword Coast: D&D Encounters Now 5E, digital only
    Scourge of the Sword Coast: D&D Encounters Now 5E, digital only
    Although there wasn't much of an official announcement from Wizards of the Coast (WOTC), the latest Dungeons & Dragons Encounters, Scourge of the Sword Coast, is being released only in electronic format and only for D&D Next. The D&...
  • Top 5 strangest craigslist listings for the holiday weekend
    Top 5 strangest craigslist listings for the holiday weekend
    Between shopping, baking, visiting, cooking, driving, and relaxing, this is the best time to go "perusing" -- preferably, the strange and weird, the odd and bizarre. Do not forget the assault on the English language. Where to find all...
  • D&D Encounters
    Wizards of the Coast charges for backwards-compatible D&D Encounters
    Wizards of the Coast's D&D Encounters program, a weekly campaign patterned after the Living RPGA style of gaming that's popular at conventions, has shifted gears this week to include a pay component, compatibility with a wide range of...
  • Final Fantasy XIII 2
    Final Fantasy XIII 2 - Enemy encounters
    Greetings fellow gamers! Continuing with the review of Square Enix’s recent release of Final Fantasy XIII 2 we are going to focus on the changes to the way battles are conducted. In the prequel, when you entered an area there would be a...
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    Poquossett
    John Roe bought a small tract of land from the Setauket Indians in 1682. An Irish shoemaker, he and four other settlers had come out to the plot on the north shore of Long Island and carved out a life. The land's name was changed from Souwassett...
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