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0-1 laws for recursive structures by Gradel E., Malmstrom A.

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20 You’re next! Table 1–86: Colorful Phrases 1 1 Ah, the sweet smell of desperation (when you are about to beat an opponent) 2 All will be apples (everything will be all right) 3 Before they come to roast the pig (before the law comes to collect you) 4 Caper can-do (I’ll take the job, I can do it) 5 Come-hither Gilflirts (ladies out for an evening of fun) 6 Don’t tell, crawl the shell (don’t confess, hide out) 7 Easy the tongue, will you (cease your gossip) 8 Edge of the world (go to the limit) 9 For the ears of the goddess (hold your tongue) 10 For the love of the gods (exclamation) 11 Git soapy and nick (visit the bathhouse and barber) 12 Green around the gills (feeling ill) 13 Hay up the prancers (feed the horses) 14 He could teach a mouse timid (he’s cowardly) 15 He’ll be in the fess-house until he’s cleared (wrapped up in court) 16 He’s a well-rattled man (sturdy adventurer) 17 He’s tipped and gypped (he’s drunk on rotgut) 18 His glister is good but he’s got no skill (all show) 19 Howbee berk (how are you today) 20 I’m clicking, let’s smile (I have the coin for a night on the town) 34  CHAPTER ONE  Table 1–87: Colorful Phrases 2 1 I’m gritting steel (I am in pain) 2 Insist all the longer (we're still doing it my way) 3 I’ve just run some swag up (I’ve procured stolen goods for resale) 4 Laugh till you find the spark (chin up) 5 Look for the painted lich (seek the old woman with too much makeup) 6 May the shines grin on ya (may the gods smile upon you) 7 No bootlicking will save you now (in diplomatic trouble) 8 Not since I was ankle-biting (not since I was a child) 9 Precision is passion’s enemy (stay abstract from intense feeling when working) 10 Sad escapes and lullabies go home (there’s no good news) 11 Shark’s oiling the bench (constable following orders) 12 Still by windows, some are running (they still think they can get away with it) 13 That’s wrestling an elemental (it is an impossible task) 14 There’s a devil guise aside for me (I’ve done questionable things) 15 These people are grey (there aren’t evil guys and good guys, it’s just a bunch of guys) 16 This place is tight as a tendriculos (security is high here) 17 This sit is crook (this situation is bad/wrong/poor) 18 Ware rum-lovers by the docks (be cautions of drunk pirates) 19 What doesn’t kill you defines you (or makes you stronger) 20 You’ll see the daisy-digger (you’re going to be dead and buried soon) USING CHAPTER ONE Character Motivation 4 9 Hide someone’s identity Birthmarks 3 Charging horse Inheritance 3 Business Phobias 8 Haphephobia.

8 On guard! 9 Scavangers will feast on you! 10 Take your place in Hell! 11 Taste my steel! 12 Time to die! 13 To the death! 14 To the hells with you! 15 Victory shall be mine! 16 Your cold grave waits! 17 Your death awaits! 18 Your time is through! 19 Your time is up! 20 You’re next! Table 1–86: Colorful Phrases 1 1 Ah, the sweet smell of desperation (when you are about to beat an opponent) 2 All will be apples (everything will be all right) 3 Before they come to roast the pig (before the law comes to collect you) 4 Caper can-do (I’ll take the job, I can do it) 5 Come-hither Gilflirts (ladies out for an evening of fun) 6 Don’t tell, crawl the shell (don’t confess, hide out) 7 Easy the tongue, will you (cease your gossip) 8 Edge of the world (go to the limit) 9 For the ears of the goddess (hold your tongue) 10 For the love of the gods (exclamation) 11 Git soapy and nick (visit the bathhouse and barber) 12 Green around the gills (feeling ill) 13 Hay up the prancers (feed the horses) 14 He could teach a mouse timid (he’s cowardly) 15 He’ll be in the fess-house until he’s cleared (wrapped up in court) 16 He’s a well-rattled man (sturdy adventurer) 17 He’s tipped and gypped (he’s drunk on rotgut) 18 His glister is good but he’s got no skill (all show) 19 Howbee berk (how are you today) 20 I’m clicking, let’s smile (I have the coin for a night on the town) 34  CHAPTER ONE  Table 1–87: Colorful Phrases 2 1 I’m gritting steel (I am in pain) 2 Insist all the longer (we're still doing it my way) 3 I’ve just run some swag up (I’ve procured stolen goods for resale) 4 Laugh till you find the spark (chin up) 5 Look for the painted lich (seek the old woman with too much makeup) 6 May the shines grin on ya (may the gods smile upon you) 7 No bootlicking will save you now (in diplomatic trouble) 8 Not since I was ankle-biting (not since I was a child) 9 Precision is passion’s enemy (stay abstract from intense feeling when working) 10 Sad escapes and lullabies go home (there’s no good news) 11 Shark’s oiling the bench (constable following orders) 12 Still by windows, some are running (they still think they can get away with it) 13 That’s wrestling an elemental (it is an impossible task) 14 There’s a devil guise aside for me (I’ve done questionable things) 15 These people are grey (there aren’t evil guys and good guys, it’s just a bunch of guys) 16 This place is tight as a tendriculos (security is high here) 17 This sit is crook (this situation is bad/wrong/poor) 18 Ware rum-lovers by the docks (be cautions of drunk pirates) 19 What doesn’t kill you defines you (or makes you stronger) 20 You’ll see the daisy-digger (you’re going to be dead and buried soon) USING CHAPTER ONE Character Motivation 4 9 Hide someone’s identity Birthmarks 3 Charging horse Inheritance 3 Business Phobias 8 Haphephobia.

Don’t forget the borders of nations. Name them, decide on their government, and then fill them in with loads of choices from the various ‘map features’ charts. Give each realm a personality based on some of the more flavorful entries of the campaign hooks, astrology, cataclysms and years of importance, tailoring each decision to the realm to give it it’s own feel and history.

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