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Crimson Throne of Lore

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Star Voter 2014

LoreKeeper wrote:
Remember: just because mommy and daddy are fighting, does not mean they don't love you.

Now that is just mean.

Jatori wrote:
Advanced warning: foo and I are playing Deathwatch on Sunday and I intend to kill his Blood Angel. I made a promise.

Oi. Why am I being picked on? sniff


Avianfoo wrote:

Side note: I am very disappointed. No lay on hands jokes. :p

Hey, I tried ... somewhat lamely.

Caulder Baradin wrote:
The paladin's healing mends almost all of the torn flesh and muscle on Caulder's leg, although there is a deep ache in the bone that he suspects will be with him a while. When she removes her hand and goes back to continue her search, he grins wickedly at Pagrip. "See that? Good news for us, dwarf. Chicks dig scars. Can't keep her hands off me."

Star Voter 2014

Joana wrote:


Hey, I tried ... somewhat lamely.

I know you can do better than that ;)


Best lay on hands joke I've seen in actual play, the PC paladin had just married an very girly NPC lower-level paladin, and they went to destroy an evil temple of Erythnul for their honeymoon. They ran into a random encounter on the way, in the process of which Brigid the new bride was slightly injured. The PC was freaking out that his wife got hurt so on his turn he immediately said, "I lay hands on Brigid!" To which the NPC replied, blushing, "Rushmore! Not now!"

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

hahahaha, we're definitely gonna have fun with the two Abadarians.

Oh. And just like that the party split up. Part to take on 5 ruffians of as yet indeterminate strength, and part to take on a CR 4 sewer monster. Good luck...


LoreKeeper wrote:

Oh. And just like that the party split up. Part to take on 5 ruffians of as yet indeterminate strength, and part to take on a CR 4 sewer monster. Good luck...

Are you accusing us of anti-metagaming?

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

Joana wrote:
LoreKeeper wrote:

Oh. And just like that the party split up. Part to take on 5 ruffians of as yet indeterminate strength, and part to take on a CR 4 sewer monster. Good luck...

Are you accusing us of anti-metagaming?

hahahaha - not at all, I wish you all the best of luck. Odds don't favor you guys, that is for sure. But kick reason to the curb and pierce the heavens!


Well, the problem with PCs who have a strong incentive to care about Korvosa and not just get out of town when things go sideways, is that the PCs care about Korvosa instead of doing the smart thing and saying, "You guys are on your own; we're saving our own skins." ;)

Star Voter 2014

Joana wrote:
"Rushmore! Not now!"

lol. Best one I have heard yet. In our usual group the best is probably something like the paladin making groping gestures while asking the party "Who wants a lay?". Ok I made up the groping gestures part. But you get the idea.

LoreKeeper wrote:
And just like that the party split up.

This is becoming a bad habit in the party. Hopefully both encounters arn't as scary as they meta-gamingly seem to be. If they arn't then we can only hope for divine intervention. Personally I hope for a blessing of Abadar in the form of a shower of gold bricks falling from the heavens smiting our enemies.


What are the lighting conditions like in the streets of Korvosa at night? Do we have the 20% miss chance for dim light? I assume it's not totally dark or we couldn't see any of this.

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

You're right, I forgot to mention that. Dim light conditions all around, 20% miss-chance for the humans. The lighting itself is a combination of bright night sky (full moon, not overcast), as well as a distant fire that is enough to create a half-gloom even where you at. There are off-and-odd lights here and there from various sources; but aren't strictly needed to navigate and make out things.


I always forget about lighting conditions when I run a game until it's too late. :P

Star Voter 2014

LoreKeeper wrote:


"Ootay eat! ARRrrrrr"

Flee! It's a pirate Otyugh! We don't stand a chance. The only way it could be worse if it was a ninja Otyugh.

Star Voter 2014

Are the boxes (blurry square brown things) on the map rough terrain or just decoration?


Are those 5 or 10 foot squares on the map? I ask because they seem so much bigger than our avatars...

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

A 5x5ft square is the size of "you" guys. Perceived squares in the map are a figment of your imagination. :P

The boxes are "stuff in the way" - about table-height, so you can climb on top and claim yourself "king of the rock" and accept all challengers.

Avianfoo wrote:
LoreKeeper wrote:


"Ootay eat! ARRrrrrr"
Flee! It's a pirate Otyugh! We don't stand a chance. The only way it could be worse if it was a ninja Otyugh.

Oh. There are actually 2 otyughs. You just haven't found the second one yet. But he has found you.


Man, he's useless. Now I remember why I never play characters like him. :P

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

hahaha - Caulder's the ladies man; he don't need no sense motive to know they love him


Meh, I'm usually the PC in light or no armor laughing at the idiot in plate mail who can't keep up. He can pound on people; there's all sorts of interesting things he can do to enemies within 30 feet.... The problem is getting within 30 feet of them.

I think the only other time I've ever played a PC with a speed of less than 30 was when the whole party was made up of dwarves.

Star Voter 2014

Nothing that a pair of magical boots can't fix. :) Or better yet, mithril armor. We can trade in the evidence for better armor right?

Star Voter 2014

Phew. Thought someone was going to become monster food.

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

That's because your GM loves you.

Perception DC -5:

muhihihihihi

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

Caulder wrote:
I'm going for a 14; I keep missing checks by 1. Sense Motive 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (13) + 2 = 15

Ironically you miss your called number by 1 :)

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

We (my birthdaying mom, girlfriend and I) are off to Cape Town for the day; so don't expect too much input from me :)

Star Voter 2014

Are the rest of the party going to level soon?


Avianfoo wrote:
Are the rest of the party going to level soon?

Well, you and Ten managed to drive the otyugh back underground so Ten might have a shot. Pagrip was stuck with Team Gimpy which utterly failed to stop the mugging.

Story award for returning the brooch?

Star Voter 2014

Don't talk down on Team Gimpy. We love Team Gimpy. :)

You should get story award for failing to stop the mugging. It was a sad story, but a story nonetheless.

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 4 , Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

Avianfoo wrote:

Don't talk down on Team Gimpy. We love Team Gimpy. :)

You should get story award for failing to stop the mugging. It was a sad story, but a story nonetheless.

The Tales of the Arabian Nights board game gives bonus story XP to characters with the 'crippled' condition.

Star Voter 2014

Caulder Baradin wrote:

Caulder grunts as he considers her slimed-over wounds. "Suppose it wouldn't do to show up as volunteers at the Citadel looking like we're the ones needing help. It would reflect badly on the Bank." convert magic weapon to cure light wounds on Esmerelda 1d8+2 He growls with frustration as the healing power barely seems to penetrate the hardened coating of slime. "That's it; that's all I can do until opening bell in the morning. I'm not at my best when I'm rushed, so don't go telling your girlfriends how you could barely feel it," he warns her.

"She just wants to look less a mess in front of Captain Horace and his beard," he mutters aside to Pagrip. "You think I should grow a beard, dwarf?" he asks, stroking his stubbly chin thoughtfully. "Oh, never mind: You're a dwarf; you probably think Darkbane should grow a beard."

This is one of the funniest posts I have read in a while... or is it just me?

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

That is Joana in action. She's just that good. You should see her when she plays a cleric/rogue (in Serpent Skull); and her wizard (in Jade Regent) has already dropped a few brilliant posts. Made poor Navior write an entire sub-plot because she was being a hard sell, hahahaha

That said, you guys didn't get much XP from the trader-looters encounter; but under the circumstances it is understandable. Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose. By the way, in this case I handle both encounters as "shared", so both teams benefit from the other team's actions - since the overall challenge was a split-encounter setup.

You guys aren't too far away from a bit of rest and a definite "new goal" to keep you busy. :)

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 4 , Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

Great, Ten now has to multiclass into a witch to take the prehensile beard hex.

Star Voter 2014

Jatori wrote:
Great, Ten now has to multiclass into a witch to take the prehensile beard hex.

+1 :)


LoreKeeper wrote:

Made poor Navior write an entire sub-plot because she was being a hard sell, hahahaha

Eh, I threw him a bone. She could have been a cat person and glad all those filthy slobbering dogs were off the grounds. ;)


Esmerelda Darkbane wrote:

I take it we are selling everything but Emmah's ring?

Very nice and thorough loot list on the site, LoreKeeper.

The Misc Treasure in Lamm's chest is all suspected of being stolen goods; as such, Caulder does not believe it is theirs to sell. While he's been detoured by the rioting, he still wants to turn that in, either to the Watch or to the Bank. (I have the feeling that Field Marshal Kroft wouldn't appreciate being handed a box full of petty thievery to identify under these circumstances, or I'd say hand it over while we're here.)

Also, AFAIK, we left all the stuff down through Yargin's cabinet at the old fishery, being unable to carry it all ourselves at the time, so we'll have to go back for it when we can and hope it hasn't been looted before then. (Caulder did, at least, relock the cabinet to keep the evidence somewhat safe, and we took the keys with us.)

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

I can't claim credit for that; one of your fellow gamers sweat blood and tears making that by hand. Let's hope they also accurately maintain "sold" status ;)


LoreKeeper wrote:

I can't claim credit for that; one of your fellow gamers sweat blood and tears making that by hand. Let's hope they also accurately maintain "sold" status ;)

Whoever made it, it rocks. Good job! :)

Star Voter 2014

Joana wrote:


Also, AFAIK, we left all the stuff down through Yargin's cabinet at the old fishery, being unable to carry it all ourselves at the time, so we'll have to go back for it when we can and hope it hasn't been looted before then. (Caulder did, at least, relock the cabinet to keep the evidence somewhat safe, and we took the keys with us.)

Naw. We picked it up on the way out. I did have a post somewhere that said so. Esmerelda strong. Esmerelda carry much. :)

Star Voter 2014

2447gp in non-magical goods and gold ingots+chest. That's 611 each. There is 3gp left over. Anyone care to do anything with this or can we tithe it or give it to a street urchin? Note that this does not include the contents of the "ev-ee-dinse" sack.

Also a party member can buy any of the items on the sold list back for half price. It's fairer this way than giving found items away to a specific party member for free. :)

Shopping list so far:

scale +25
greatsword +25
breastplate -200
mwk greatswork -350
sap -1
---
(yes, esme got no money coz urchins stole it.)
+611
-501
=110

Course this is all pending DM approval :p


LoreKeeper wrote:


@Caulder: I'm currently at the office, so I can't do fancy-pants updates right now. But tonight I'll update the Korvosa map with the location of All the World's Meat. Caulder certainly has a fair idea how to get there with that knowledge check.

Why is everyplace we're going right next to the water? You're not going to be happy until someone drowns, are you? ;P


4 gp

+611

-100 (to Ten)

-61 (tithe to Bank)

+25 (sell scale mail)

-350 (buy masterwork breastplate)

-75 (buy 4 sets manacles)

= 114 gp

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 4 , Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

8.9 gp

+611

+100 (Caulder)

+2.5 (sell longspear)

+12.5 (sell studded leather armour)

-250 (masterwork chain shirt)

-305 (masterwork spear)

= 179.9 gp

Star Voter 2013

Is it absolutely necessary to have the adult warning on the website? Seeing as only people with invitations can get into it anyway...

It didn't bother me at first as I only got the warning when I first logged in, but it now gives me the warning every single time I go to a new page. It's quite annoying.

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 4 , Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

Navior wrote:

Is it absolutely necessary to have the adult warning on the website? Seeing as only people with invitations can get into it anyway...

It didn't bother me at first as I only got the warning when I first logged in, but it now gives me the warning every single time I go to a new page. It's quite annoying.

I'd have to agree.

Star Voter 2014

Strange. Not having any issues on this side.

Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

Strange, I don't have it either - but sure, I adjusted the settings.

RPG Superstar 2011 Top 4 , Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014

Ten also saved a puppy during the riot-calming process.


Esmerelda Darkbane wrote:

No gold, so will have to trust in some good lays.

Hey, Caulder tried to sweep her off her feet, but she shot him down. ;)

Star Voter 2014

Joana wrote:
Esmerelda Darkbane wrote:


Hey, Caulder tried to sweep her off her feet, but she shot him down. ;)

Esme requires more courting and romancing. Flowers would be a good start and maybe some poetry. :p

Star Voter 2014

My mind is playing tricks on me again. I keep reading the place name as "All the World's Dog Meat". Or maybe my mind is correct and everyone else just can't see it. Yeah. It's that one.


I'm thinking of Mrs. Lovett's meat pies from Sweeney Todd. :)

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