Author: Robbie D <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2018 23:21:24 -0500
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+# What Is This?
+If you're reading this, you're probably in the wrong place. This is just my personl repository of notes. I doubt anything here is useful to you, but feel free to browse.
+If you have any questions, email them to email@example.com, or find me on Mastodon @firstname.lastname@example.org
diff --git a/dnd/dndcrits.txt b/dnd/dndcrits.txt
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+ CRITICAL HIT TABLE
+A critical hit only occurs on a natural 20 in combat. On a critical hit, you
+may roll two dice, or roll percentile dice on the following table. A critical
+hit always hits, regardless of the opponent's AC and modifires.
+01-09 MAX DAMAGE
+10-14 MAX DAMAGE X 2
+15-19 MAX DAMAGE + ATTEMPT ANOTHER HIT WITH SAME WEAPON*
+20-39 DOUBLE DAMAGE
+40-44 DOUBLE DAMAGE X 2
+45-49 DOUBLE DAMAGE + ATTEMPT ANOTHER HIT WITH SAME WEAPON*
+50-69 TRIPLE DAMAGE
+*DOES NOT COUNT AS A BONUS ACTION.
diff --git a/dnd/dndnotes.txt b/dnd/dndnotes.txt
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+ COMMON NOTES AND RULES
+ ACTIONS IN COMBAT
+ ATTACK Make a melee or ranged attack.
+ CAST A SPELL Casting a spell that requires 1 action.
+ DASH Move at 2 times your speed.
+ DISENGAGE Move away from an enemy without provoking
+ an attack of opportunity.
+ DODGE Until your next turn, gain advantage on all saves.
+ HELP Give an ally advantage on a task or attack.
+ HIDE Hide from others--only if you are not being watched.
+ READY Save an action to be performed later in the round.
+One round is six seconds.
+Your turn is consists of any movement, your action, any bonus actions, and
+reaction as applicable.
+Only one bonus action per turn.
+Only one reaction per turn.
diff --git a/dnd/sunless.txt b/dnd/sunless.txt
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+ SUNLESS CITADEL NOTES
+HOOK: The legend of the Sunless Citadel is well known! Discovery, glory,
+ and treasure await!
+HOOK: Another party of advenenturers delved into the Sunless Citadel a month
+ past. They were never seen again! Talgen and Sharwyn Hucrele went off
+ with Sir Braford and Karakas. Braford had a magic sword. Kerowyn
+ Hucrele offers salvage rights to you and your team if you can find
+ and return the two lost members of her family--or at least return with
+ the two gold signet rings worn by the missing brothre and sister. She
+ also offers a reward of 125 golds per signet ring. If you can bring
+ both children back, she will triple the reward.
+HOOK: A goblin tribe sells a perfect apple at midsummer that cures all disease What is their game?
+No one knows for sure what the Sunless Citadel once was, but legends hint that
+it served as the retreat of an ancient dragon cult.
+The Old Road skirts the Ashen Plain, a lifeless area. The long ago rampage of
+a dragon named Ashardalon caused the desolation.
+Cattle herders don't graze their stock too far afield these days. They're
+frightened by stories of new monsters that maraud at night. From time to time,
+cattle and people who have gone out alone at night have been found dead the
+next day, bearin dozens of needle-like wounds. No one has seen the creatures
+that cause the mayhem, nor do they leave a discernable trail.
+If the seeds from the perfect apples the goblins give out are planted, they
+grow into a twiggy mass of twisted sapling stems. Not too long after they
+reach 2 feet, though, they are stolen. Every time.
+The missing adventurers include a fighter (Talgen Hucrele), a wizard (Sharwyn
+Hucrele), a paladin of Pelo (Sir Braford), and a ranger (Karakas). Sir Braford
+was not a local, and he had a magic sword called Shatterspike.
+Sometimes the goblins offer a different apple at midwinter. This apple is corpse
+white and poisonous, even to the touch. No samples of either apple are to be had
diff --git a/printing-in-openbsd.md b/printing-in-openbsd.md
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+Title: Printing in OpenBSD
+Printing in OpenBSD is not difficult to figure out, especially if you're using a black and white printer that can use the HP LaserJet 5 printer (Which is, to my knowledge, every black and white printer). But getting Firefox to see CUPS printers... Well that was another thing. So here's a post to help me remember what I did, becuase it's not exactly intuitive--though it's still pretty easy.
+The first step, obviously, will be to install CUPS and start cupsd.
+ # pkg_add cups
+ # rcctl enable cupsd
+ # rcctl start cups
+Then, go to `http://localhost:631`, and add your printer. Hopefully your printer is supported out of the box, because I'm not really sure what to do there if it's not. The HP LaserJetSeries PCL 4/5 driver is a pretty safe bet for any B/W printer, though. BTW, this is true of all operating systems, and actually a trick I learned from a Windows admin. Once the printer is added to CUPS, and you've verified that you can print to it (using `lp(1)`), install `gtk+3-cups`.
+That's it. I didn't even have to restart Firefox. I don't know why nobody has documented this weird little quirk, but there it is now. Good luck on your OpenBSD journey!
+~take it easy