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Has anyone seen the commercial for the "Si" perfume? There is a quick shot of Cate Blanchet getting a good giving it to that has at once hot and off putting due to the fact they play it at 7 am here in the States. In the Spanish version it is even more obvious, lol. Around the 50sec mark. Armani Commercial Ever since "Fifty Shades of Grey" came out there is this push to sell sex to middle aged women and while I do not care it is funny to see it so heavily pushed. Target, a US department store, has commercials with a little S & M clothing line thrown in. So funny. Thoughts?
Loot Values of Auto Sell Pile at 100%:
7 masterwork chainmail 2100
Not sure what market value is for these items, but there is your number to work from.
FR was the only setting I had. I looked at the others, at the time I was most familiar with FR from the novels. I had read Dragonlance previously, but it never really stood out to me. Dark Sun seemed a little niche to me and not the classic DnD I wanted to play. Now Greyhawk I have heard was well received, but never had the chance to look into it.
I feel a bit on the same page, but it seems Pathfinder has taken the Final Fantasy route. I am of the opinion they have created multiple campaign sttings without seperate branding leaving it up to is to exclude what we dislike. The lasers really destroy a bit of the DnD feel, but maybe that is what they want?
Here is the crunch minus hit points and any gear. Couldn't remember if we rolled for HP or what.
“Even the largest mountain may be crumbled from below.” So says the grand tome of the Hammer Hands. Not content with proving their martial valor with axes and hammers the members of Torag’s Anvils choose to fight barehanded and with bodies wrought as of iron. An oddity among their kind to be sure as choosing such a path is most certainly not within the traditions of dwarven society, they none the less are highly respected on the field of battle for their ability to handle massive creatures many times their size. Seeing their calling as nothing more than the ultimate extension of dwarven mathematics the members of this society are often quite intelligent applying mathematical principles to topple giants and dragons as other dwarfs would a quarry wall. Training their minds to resist the waves of magic so often employed by evil things of the deep Anvils are often seen wading through magician’s treacheries to restrain the fiend for others to dispatch. While most dwarves do not envy their training, they are honored by their presence on any battlefield.
Thornson Ironfingers is one such Anvil. Ranking well up the chain of authority within his guild, Ironfingers has ventured out of the mountains on word giants were massing in the area. Tasked with verifying this rumor Thornson gathered his meager belongings and prepared his mind and body for a welcomed challenge. Knowing some long time friends to be operating in the area made him all the more eager to be on the road at once. Bidding his clan farewell with promises of war trophies should the rumors be true, Thornson took up a steady gait and a toothy grin. While little is known of their training, a massive cavern which serves as their guildhall entrance is filled almost completely with the teeth of one massive creature or another and adorned with the name of the dwarf who is said to have knocked free from the previous owner’s mouth with a powerful blow of one his steely limbs. Soon his hands would again find their most desired use after far too long at rest.
Appearance and Personality
Stout by even dwarven standards, Ironfingers looks like he was chiseled from a slab of thick granite being nearly a perfect rectangle in build. An extremely dense musculature leaves little doubt to the power within and abilities often attributed to members of his guild. Other than his black knuckles, another testament to the body hardening he has undertaken, Ironfingers resembles most other dwarves in visage and demeanor. Though it is immediately obvious to anyone remotely acquainted with dwarves he is not of the typical breed due to the lack of armor and requisite axe or hammer. To some this cause for concern and has at times resulted in a rather cold shoulder from the uninitiated. Warm as the forge and rather outgoing for a dwarf, Thornson often changes these attitudes fairly quickly.
Will build a classic dwarven fighter today. Sweet rolls for swing in roleplaying, haha.
4d6 ⇒ (2, 5, 2, 1) = 10=9
Percentile roll for strength 1d100 ⇒ 98
Cash = 5d4 ⇒ (4, 1, 3, 2, 4) = 14x10= 140gp