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Telandia Edasseril

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Pathfinder Society Member. 1,049 posts (2,729 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 11 aliases.


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Banny wrote:

(So.... OOCly, I have no interest in being in a PVP here, but Banny meant what she said: we have no actual authority to be in the inn, we are trespassing, we have been asked to leave, and at this point we're actively damaging property, on pretty thin evidentiary grounds. Speaking ICLY, Banny would try and stop Alicia at this point.)

(That said, the converse is that Banny is not Alicia's parent and has no authority over her other than the dubious authority of being 'older than her' and the both of them working towards the same goal, and Alicia's consequences impacting Banny's goals. Sooo.... I can just have Banny leave with Jess before the knife digs in, and let Alicia deal with whatever the response from Cham is, if that's what you want. *shrug* Other than that, Banny would physically be trying to stop Alicia from doing this. Do you have a preference, Alicia?)

Ah, the first clash of alignments. ;P Ali definitely doesn't have the same motivations as Banny, or the same ideas about what constitutes acceptable behavior. She's not going to get into a fight over it if Banny tries to snatch the dagger away when she starts damaging property, but Cham definitely rubs her the wrong way. It doesn't bother me either way, whether Banny leaves before Ali starts chipping off paint or stays and tries to stop her.


The joys of salaried life, eh? I'm still around, if we ever get back into it.


I did a double take at the 39 degree temperature. And then I realized that you meant Celsius and not Fahrenheit.


FYI, I'll be gone most of tomorrow through Friday at church camp, supervising thankfully well-behaved teens. I'm not sure how much access to internet access I'll have, so if I'm holding things up, feel free to DMPC me.


I saw that and shuddered.


No, I didn't know til you said something either.


Ali wasn't planning on sticking with Banny anyway. ;)


I was thinking Father Dowling, personally. I guess that makes me Sister Stephanie.


Does the PFD20SRD ever explain "skill unlocks"? I didn't see it with the Unchained rogue.


I'll have to look into it. Haven't looked at Unchained hardly at all, but anything that boosts a rogue is a good thing.


Glad to hear you're alive still, AK. Hope things continue to improve.


Bump!


Joana, you forget that I'm in the Sargavan Saga with you, where we've been on the same day for 1-2 years. ;P


Same with Alicia.


I meant to do that. Really.... >_>;


My take on it was that "Mind wipe" is wiping a mind clean; "sensory extraction" is removing the contents of a mind (or at least some of the contents) and placing them in something or someone else for storage.


I think the safer assumption is that we grab a plant-people corpse and toss it in to spring the magical floor-wards first. After that, or if it doesn't work, we send Kieran in.


I do aim to please. ;)


Preeeeetty much!


I'm thinking a human rogue. Probably connected to Ruby Wilder. Perhaps my rogue is equally an outcast and has found a kindred spirit in Ruby.

Stat Rolls:
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (3, 3) + 6 = 12
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (6, 4) + 6 = 16
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (1, 3) + 6 = 10
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (3, 6) + 6 = 15
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (4, 5) + 6 = 15
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (4, 6) + 6 = 16

Array: 16, 16, 15, 15, 12, 10


That too.


Sadly, I kind of have a specific set of cantrips I always memorize. Prestidigitation for various reasons, ray of frost/acid splash so that I always have some sort of attack spell available, detect magic simply because. I like having daze prepared simply to have an enchantment spell in the 0-level range, even though it's not required in PFRPG. But I may switch out Daze soon. It's getting less and less useful the higher level we get.


This is why I announced my own count. So that someone else could give me the right one. ;P


Yeah, you're right. The Professor used one too. So down six.


This is the most ridiculously hilarious fight ever.


Man, I'm glad splash damage is something, because I can't hit the broadside of a barn apparently.


Masterwork backpacks and not having a negative Strength modifier help. ;P


Myron wrote:
Twenty flasks of alchemist's fire. Talk about being prepared. Nicely done.

In hindsight, scrolls of burning hands might have been more useful. But oh well- I had money to spend and couldn't figure out what to spend it on.


Wooooow. I thought the bug swarm was in the doorway at G/H 22. Man was I off.


I'm with Durin, though I can also understand your frustration at the various delays, Telurion. Unfortunately, life happens- and can often get in the way of a good game. ;P


I feel busy, anyway. But I am posting!


Here's hoping we can pick up again soon then!


Thinking of laptops and lost data...I had a dream last night that you said you were closing this game down, AK. (Say it ain't so!) >_>;


I bought an external hard drive for the purpose of backing things up and did so regularly for...maybe a month. >_>


One would hope he learned his lesson after he lost the FIRST draft of notes on the Sargavan Saga. But I like to know for sure. ;P


Out of curiosity, Alex, were you able to retrieve your notes on the Sargavan Saga game or are you having to start over from scratch again?


Happy 2015 to you too!


That's too bad. I knew there'd been bad blood related to the rights to movies and all, but didn't realize it was Christopher Tolkien who had a problem with it.


Also, I really hope Peter Jackson keeps making movies set in Middle Earth. The Silmarillion, or stuff from the Books of Lost Tales, or even newer stuff Christopher Tolkien has edited like The Children of Hurin.


Having finally seen The Battle of Five Armies, I will say that I agree with all the spoilered stuff. HOWEVER, *I*, the S.O., and my grandmother all loved the movie (and the S.O. and I are both huge Tolkien geeks who bonded over Elven languages while playing World of Warcraft). Good way to end 2014. And more Legolas and Thranduil and Dain and Beorn would have been awesome.


I cried when I saw the old cartoon/animated version of The Hobbit and

Spoiler:
Thorin died.
:<


Haven't seen it yet, but definitely hope to in the next few days.


Merry Christmas, everyone!


I think that's a valid concern with the Forewarned ability in a PbP format. I'm fine with not allowing a readied action and Elrisiel having to delay if she beats something's initiative in a surprise round (although presumably she could still come off delay after a danger reveals itself but before it acts?) and wants to strike at it.


Ansha wasn't quoting the plaque, although in hindsight I could see how it would read that way. And she said he had an affinity for summoning apes--the spoiler from DMAK to Akirra said "a particular affinity for Apes." Ansha was saying 'great affinity for summoning apes,' as in he had a great talent for summoning apes...and you have to admit, summoning an army of anything isn't something the average spell caster can pull off. ;P

And Ansha does wonder if Akirra's dad isn't connected somehow--whether that's directly or by having trained people who trained people down the centuries. >_>

And geez, Alex, how many laptops have you destroyed in the past three years?


Akirra wrote:


Ansha Saeralyan wrote:

Reading over his shoulder, she reads, "'He had great affinity for summoning apes....'"

It doesn't actually say that on the plaque. Those are Akirra's memories you are reading. :P

You're the one who put it in the spoiler for 'anyone able to read the plaque and does so' that "Kor 'apparently fell to a horde of Girallons led by several High Girallons; killing over a hundred with a summoned army of gigantic apes." As in, Kor summoned an army of apes. ;P


Congrats, Kieran!


And yet again, no blond elves in the latest batch. >_>

Not sure I have an opinion on which one of Akirra's avatars I like better.


Ansha wrote:
Lingering behind, Ansha uses the levers to replicate what she heard Akirra do until the map reflects what seems to be pre-Earthfall Sargava. She then reaches out and touches the point of light nearest where modern-day Eleder is (however far away that actually is).

I'm kind of assuming that there is still some way in which we can interact with this device that will produce results, but if not, we can move on to the next room.


I have to admit I'm indifferent as to whether to seek a new GM. If frequency of posts is any indication, I'm not sure how interested the rest of the group is in continuing, either. If we choose to seek a new GM, we'd need to post a thread on the Recruitment forum asking for a new GM to take over.

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