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Fergie wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Irontruth wrote:
Yeah, hiding this now. Some of this crap being bandied about is disgusting.
Honestly curious about this one...
National Review is about the lowest level of "journalism" you can get, and various 'isms are just beneath the surface. It gives me a good perspective on the ideas of people who read/post links to it however.

Of you could just try reading the article linked and realize it is written with tongue firmly in cheek.


I'm definitely interested. I'll have to pull in Map Tools. My only concern is that Wednesday nights are my weekly tabletop gaming session. I'm ok with either Monday or Tuesday though.

I'm interested in playing a Huckster type. Alternatively, I have played Gunsliger/Bounty Hunter types as well on the original game system and had a blast.


Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:

Meet the ‘Radical Brownies’ – girl scouts for the modern age

Which reminds me of a video: For Communist Youth Leadership!: The Musical Interlude

Yet another example of how the hardcore left is using race to divide America.


Freehold DM wrote:
Chyrone wrote:
Black Dougal wrote:


All your base are belong to us

Someone set us up the bomb.
ha ha ha.

You have no chance to survive make your time


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Jerry Dandrige


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captain yesterday wrote:
i was born in Illinois, i try not to go back:-)

I don't blame you. (I have too much family living here to leave)


thunderspirit wrote:
Brox RedGloves wrote:

Any movie by John Hughes. Sometimes I drive by Maine North High School and look at the front facade. (They used Maine North in The Breaskfast Club)

P.S. No I don't live in Shermer IL.

No, you don't.

(None of us do.)

There was a time I lived ON Shermer though!


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Any movie by John Hughes. Sometimes I drive by Maine North High School and look at the front facade. (They used Maine North in The Breaskfast Club)

P.S. No I don't live in Shermer IL.


GreyWolfLord wrote:

Hmmm, well, didn't really get into video games at home until the Sega Genesis. Luckily most of the games they released have been re-released on the Ultimate Sonic Sega Genesis Collection...things like the Phantasy Star Series (IV is still the best), Beyond Oasis, Shining Force I and II, and such.

From the 90s, I still can play all the great PS1 games on the PS3, so though the Playstation one isn't really around anymore, the games still play well! All the Squaresoft games, especially the remakes of Final Fantasy 1-6, Final Fantasy VII and IX (sorry, never really got into VIII), and especially Chrono Trigger and the original Chrono Cross. Also especially love both Lunar games.

As for PC games, loved all the Infinity Engine games as well as the original Diablo. Also loved the X-wing Trilogy (some of which are finally getting releases on GoG) and who can forget (well, a lot probably) the wizardry games!

The one game we all played on the Sega Genesis was "Star Control". Also loved playing the original Sid Meier's Pirates. People wonder how I can know so much about the Carib...now you know the rest of the story.


Jiggy wrote:

Metagaming is when you make gameplay decisions based on things outside of gameplay.

In competitive games, this often refers to using your knowledge of what strategies other people are likely to bring to an event to inform your decision of what to play yourself, and even what play to make during a game based on having seen your opponent make a play that is typical of a given strategy. In such games, metagaming is considered a fundamental skill of the game.

In roleplaying games, the dividing line tends to be "in-character knowledge" versus "player knowledge". Any time the character does something based on something that the player knows, that's "metagaming". This could be choosing to use a different weapon than normal without having gained in-character information to prompt such a decision;

I agree with this portion...

Jiggy wrote:
or choosing to explore an area they would have no real interest in because the player wants to make sure to get all the loot/XP; or in many cases, even continuing to adventure once the cash available from selling all their gear would allow them to live in luxury the rest of their lives.

But not these two examples. Finding a tunnel branch or portion of the woods that you haven't explored and then exploring it for the loot shouldn't be considered "metagaming" simply because the player has not acted on out-of-game knowledge (using the reason you gave...). If the player "knows" there is an NPC or loot that would help end an section of the adventure faster (but the character does not), then it could be considered metagaming.

By the same token, completing an adventure (even if it is for the loot) shouldn't be considered metagaming.


Gaberlunzie wrote:

That doesn't match what I've learnt, nor does it match Wikipedia's description:

Well if it doesn't match then let me go over there and change it. Wikipedia shouldn't be used to cite facts since it can be changed on a whim.

Rather, it should be used as a jumping point to verify facts from other, more reputable sources.

EDIT: I gotta werk on my peepl skillz


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From my lovely niece and her boyfriend I got a Star Wars t-shirt
From my other lovely niece I got a pair of Star Wars coffee mugs
From my youngest lovely niece I got a THIRD Star Wars coffee mug and some tasty hot cocoa to go in it.
My Mom got me a box of cookies from my favorite bakery

I got a Build-a-Bear Fluttershy plushie for my grand-niece(!!!) Yeah I'm weirded out that I have one of those too!

And for my favorite redhead I got some window decorations for her room, a scrap book set and some outfits she had pointed out.

I got my older brother a copy of Avalon Hill's "Midway!" (boardgame re-enactment of the WWII Battle of Midway Is.) We used to play that when we were kids (late 60's early 70's) and it went missing quite a while ago so when I saw it I grabbed it.

All I wanted was a pair of slippers. Did not receive lol!


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Limeylongears wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
KSF wrote:
This could be big news. The Supreme Court will hear the Louisiana same sex marriage case.

This is big news: [SCotUSblog] "Court won’t add to delay of Florida same-sex marriages"... so, barring something unexpected, Florida clerks can start issuing same-sex marriage licenses starting January 6th.

Florida. Here? Here. Holy s$!%!

Holy s&~~ is right; what're you going to say when mom starts hinting about you getting married?!

{PANICS}

Maaybe you could say you've sworn never to wed anyone who cannot best you in single combat? (nb: I'm aware that there may be a couple of tiny flaws in that plan...)

Best watch out saying stuff like that. This is the Festivus season! AND NOW, THE FEATS OF STRENGTH!!


Two slices of marinated roast lamb, baked potato (cheese, butter, sour cream, salt, pepper, garlic, paprika) two small cheese biscuits.

<----a) single, and b) likes to eat, makes me a good cook.


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Werthead wrote:
Jackson can probably eke out another trilogy from the story of how Legolas loses weight between the events of THE HOBBIT and LotR.

Glad I'm not the only one who thought Legolas was a bit...bloated. I would have rather seen more of Beorn than Legolas. I thought he was cool.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Keep the politics elsewhere, if you have a parenting story...

As an aunt and a one-time 4-yro child, words from an adult can often have a powerful and lasting impact on how a child develops her (and his) sense of self and self-worth. Ill-/un-considered words doesn't mean the adult is a bad person, or sexist, but those words can still make their mark and be internalized by children.

I don't say this to cast blame upon your character or parenting skills--ain't nobody perfect.

He said it in the thread...doesn't mean he said it to the kids.


Happy, Merry Christmahaunnakwanzaayuleivus! Unless you're an atheist. Then you get a drab gray happy holiday.


I am currently running a gnome sorc (9th lvl) with the Sylvan bloodline. I have a Large tiger (named "Baby") upon whom I regularly cast Mythic Mage Armor (+6 bonus). Currently she is rolling Improved Natural Armor and Power Attacks for feats.

With MMA her AC is a silly 27.

She has three attacks each at +9 (after PA) due to ridiculous strength bonuses after she grew to Large size (sorc has Boon Companion).

She is basically a tar pit. She will charge in, claw/claw/bite with grab to grapple and rake for extra damage after a successful CMB.

Meanwhile our pally and rogue tag team are flanking dudes while I'm cc-ing (confuse, rainbow pattern) or dropping status effects (ray of enfeeblement, deep slumber, etc)

Pretty effective, overall...


Senko wrote:

I rather like this staff of the monkey king from the forbidden kingdom [url]http://www.martialartsactionmovies.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Jason.jpg [/url] however most metals in special materials specifically states a quarterstaff can't be made out of them. From the colour I was thinking Elysium bronze but I wanted to know if there was a valid reason you couldn't/shouldn't do this first?

Please don't say talk to the Gm I'm not asking is this allowed in a given world but would making a quarterstaff out of metal specifically Elysium bronze break something I'm missing.

Using Elysium Bronze as sheathing for a quarterstaff will giver the user crotch-rot and cause vermin to attack them on sight.

This is a rule.

Trust me.


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I love cooking my cats and children


GreyWolfLord wrote:

Didn't see a thread on this. Here was a guy that fueld some of my RPG game ideas with his TV series. Perhaps a wee bit before many of those on these boards time, many of his series had fantastical elements, a team to deal with them, and an adventure. Actually, when I think of it, almost all of his series had a team. Even Magnum PI which was a solo PI had a team which showed up in most episodes (four guys, the strong guy, the rogue, Magnum [warrior/protagonist] and the Intelligent/gentried guy).

Typical group was of four, and the four stereotypes of the smart/leader/rogue/intelligent type guy seemed to show up quite a bit!

Dang I hadn't noticed until you posted. That's too bad. We used to watch all those shows. My younger sister used to swoon over Parker Stevenson in the Hardy Boys show. I liked BJ and the Bear (trucker with a monkey! AWESOME!). And, of course Battlestar Galactica was the best.


Become a plant?


FuelDrop wrote:
Rogues with the Thug archetype is pretty good for an intimidate build.

IIRC the Swashbuckler class has some built-in mechanics for intimidate.


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Kryzbyn wrote:

I did and partook in them. I didn't thread crap, though.

Thing is when haveing discussions with people of the opposing viewpoint, you let some inevitable things slide, because discourse.

Except that with posters like thejeff, bignorsewolf, and now, apparently, you Kryzbyn, Paizo is not conservative friendly. At. All. The staff is not conservative friendly, and neither are the majority of the posters.


NobodysHome wrote:
Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
Well, dang. I was really expecting more of an argument. Now what am I supposed to do with my morning?

I actually have to do some work all morning, but this afternoon I'll see whether I can post something more confrontational for you.

Oh, wait!

Why is it that some people ROLEplay and some ROLLplay?

Should my paladin fall for this action?

Just how DO you put a succubus in a grapple?

Hey, Captain Yesterday! Want to go bore hunting?

You forgot to mention that rogues are viable. That one is sure to set off a $%^&-storm of rage.


|dvh| wrote:
So we're not allowed to debate the ethics of situations we've never been a part of?

If the devs say you're not allowed to do so, then it is their call. This is their website.


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5

Should've thought of this earlier...should've drew weapons on the run and jump :P

Move action to draw weapons

Attack+flank: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (19) + 7 = 26

Damage: 2d6 + 2 ⇒ (3, 2) + 2 = 7

Confirm: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (5) + 7 = 12

Crit Damage: 1d6 + 2 ⇒ (6) + 2 = 8

poop...would've been a nice crit...

Khaarg'ash un veich!!!

Orcish:
I will feast on your entrails


Herald wrote:
Brox RedGloves wrote:
Kolokotroni wrote:
SteelDraco wrote:

I wonder how their applicant numbers breaks down in terms of qualified men vs qualified women. I'm not a big fan of the idea that a woman should be hired preferentially over an equally-qualified male in order to fill a perceived need for diversity.

That's a pretty touchy topic.

The problem ofcourse is this is circular. Due to the indursty's male dominated past, the vast majority of developers now adult years are the boys and young men who grew up playing the game in the 70s-90s. A young woman looking to join the industry see's all men sitting at the con panel, or in staff pictures, and see's mostly male perspective material in the game, and is less likely to get into the industry. People like Christina, and ofcourse Lisa are an exception, but there are still extra hurdles in front of women in the industry. Even if there is no overt bias, it is still a problem that needs specific action to correct in a reasonable amount of time.

Its not about people being hired preferentially, its about literally correcting a problem in the industry. A male developer is not qualified to assist in adding diversity to the perspectives and talent present in the dev staff. We already have male dominated staff.

I would be happy to see women on the rpg team, the wider range of perspectives the better. In the creative fields, especially one like rpgs where you are literally pretending to be something you arent, having people with different life experience will give us a better product.

Edit:
You know I just thought of an intersting idea that would drastically benefit from having both male and female designers. A guide to playing a gender swapped character. IE a male player playing a female character or the reverse. Some people do it well, some do not, and it would be cool to see in a product similar to the strategy guide.

I really do not believe you are qualified to decide that men are not qualified to
...

The bolded portion is that to which I was referring.


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Kolokotroni wrote:
SteelDraco wrote:

I wonder how their applicant numbers breaks down in terms of qualified men vs qualified women. I'm not a big fan of the idea that a woman should be hired preferentially over an equally-qualified male in order to fill a perceived need for diversity.

That's a pretty touchy topic.

The problem ofcourse is this is circular. Due to the indursty's male dominated past, the vast majority of developers now adult years are the boys and young men who grew up playing the game in the 70s-90s. A young woman looking to join the industry see's all men sitting at the con panel, or in staff pictures, and see's mostly male perspective material in the game, and is less likely to get into the industry. People like Christina, and ofcourse Lisa are an exception, but there are still extra hurdles in front of women in the industry. Even if there is no overt bias, it is still a problem that needs specific action to correct in a reasonable amount of time.

Its not about people being hired preferentially, its about literally correcting a problem in the industry. A male developer is not qualified to assist in adding diversity to the perspectives and talent present in the dev staff. We already have male dominated staff.

I would be happy to see women on the rpg team, the wider range of perspectives the better. In the creative fields, especially one like rpgs where you are literally pretending to be something you arent, having people with different life experience will give us a better product.

Edit:
You know I just thought of an intersting idea that would drastically benefit from having both male and female designers. A guide to playing a gender swapped character. IE a male player playing a female character or the reverse. Some people do it well, some do not, and it would be cool to see in a product similar to the strategy guide.

I really do not believe you are qualified to decide that men are not qualified to assist in adding diversity. In fact, that smacks of sexism, and that is offensive.


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5

No sense in stoppin' now...

Full round run from M10 to M22 Acrobatics to leap over the creek

Acrobatics 10: 1d20 + 10 ⇒ (18) + 10 = 28


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5

TOO LATE!!!!! MUAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! NOW YOU OWE US!!!!

...sorry, I had a lot of sugar today...


Youse might as well jes be a poncy elf, wit'cher shootin' an' dancin 'round. Aint no 'alf-orc in yers 'tall. Youse wanna be 'alf-orc...youse gotta be DED 'ARD and take yer 'pponent's face off'n one bite!

Yeah I really have nothing else. Cool roleplay though right? :D


Standing in a Wall of Fire is an achievement and also a reason to be booted from the guild!


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Those tiny pillbox hats are very cute, but I hear they're a real hassle to manage...I also heard they breed like rabbits...confirm/deny?


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Grey Lensman wrote:
memorax wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Rules lawyers, the ones who compare my campaign to theirs and then proceed to tell me everything that is "wrong" compared to theirs, and the ones who don't or won't bathe. I've met one person who encompasses all three. *shivers*
Forgot about not wanting to bathe. i'm not saying come to the game smelling like a rack of deodrant products. Yet when a person smells worse than roadkill it's hard to game with such a person.
I used to know a guy whose odor was so bad that when he 'borrowed' my stick deodorant one time he rendered it unusable. His own stink overpowered the stick and I had to throw the whole thing out.

Friends is friends, but there are some things I will NEVER lend out. Deodorant and toothbrushes come to mind...


NobodysHome wrote:

My father's favorite-ever quote from me as a teen:

"Why don't you just LEAVE ME ALONE!!!!!...
...
...
...except to feed me...
...and give me money!"

Yeah, I was a charmer!

My Dad (droll as ever) would reply to such rantings with:

"No no, you're okay...the world is wrong...(/sarc)"

I pull that gem out regularly nowadays


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Montollio Silversong wrote:
Professor Stuffington wrote:
You damn kids with your web-pods and your e-phones, and your rap-hop music... Get off my lawn!
WHHEEEEEE!!!!!!!!!

And turn down that darn hippity hop!

/black socks and sandals


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5

No worries. First round prepping for second round, hence the "throw" attack

Please me three squares west of Mors. Move due south 30 feet, drawing a dagger while moving.

Throw Atk: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (11) + 4 = 15
Damage: 1d4 + 2 ⇒ (1) + 2 = 3

I can't see the minotaur on the map so I have no idea what the range increment is...please factor it in after the roll. Thx!


Rysky wrote:
Liranys wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

No need to descend into a fight about California. This thread welcomes everybody.

Now let's put aside our differences so that we can all make fun of Florida.

Is there anyway way we can have the warm ocean without the heat and sun?
Under water volcanic activity?
I'm okay with this.

Nah...Florida might tip over! (Can't stand humidity either btw)


First...you need a window...


Liranys wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Uh. As I have said we have our highs and lows. Now I am considering flagging multiple posts :/
It was just a misunderstanding. I apologize. :)

Muahahahaha!

You have fallen for my trap!

/twirls pencil-thin moustache

Now I need a rope and some train tracks!!!


Liranys wrote:
Brox RedGloves wrote:
Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
We Californians have our moments, though.

If Californians paid their bills and honored the contracts they signed, I wouldn't have so many problems with them. As it is, there's not a day that goes by that I don't want to sink that entire wretched state into the Pacific.

(Guess who works AR...)

What's AR? And you can't blame everything on all Californians. You don't like the government, and that's fine, I don't either. But I pay my bills and honor my contracts. So please don't generalize like that. It's offensive and it's not appreciated and this thread is not meant to be offensive.

1)AR= Accounts Receivable

Go watch Superman (Christopher Reeve version).

Who said anything about the government?


Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
We Californians have our moments, though.

If Californians paid their bills and honored the contracts they signed, I wouldn't have so many problems with them. As it is, there's not a day that goes by that I don't want to sink that entire wretched state into the Pacific.

(Guess who works AR...

Spoiler:
and is considering a career in Saturday Morning Cartoon villainy...)


ShinHakkaider wrote:

The New Ultimates

I will most definitely be supporting this book. As I've just dropped both Bendis X-titles and one of Hickman's Avengers books there's room on my pull list for this.

You're about 50 years too late with that headline...


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5

I'm too cool for injuries!

BTW, I forgot to mention this previously but Grats on the WoW reference!


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5

No worries

Yeah dat's a good idea. I t'ink I herd 'er voice off dat way...les'move!


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5
Mors Buolgun wrote:
Mors grunts his agreement as he waits for answers. "Like children. Scaley, ugly, annoying, toothy children." He pauses and looks over at Thad, "Cousins a'yours?"

Hahaha! Good'un dere Mors! Nah dese t'ings stink o' piss an' fear. Thad 'ere...'e 'as da smell o' brimstone 'bout 'im if'n I don' miss m'guess.

Dey don' carry much wealf on em's needer...wunderin' if'n dey taste good...

Brox looks at the little reptilian thing, narrowing one eye and arching the opposite eyebrow speculatively.


Male Half Orc Rogue 2 | HP 15/15 | AC: 17/14/13 | F:+1 R:+7 W:+0 | CMB: +5 CMD: 17 | Init +4 | Gladius x2 +3 1d6+2 1d6+1oh (19-20) | Acrobat +10 | Bluff +5 | Climb +8 | Disable +12/13 | Esc Art +9 | Know (local) +5 | Per +7/8 (trap) | Stealth +9 | S.o.H. +10 | UMD +5

While Mors and Thad tie up the little reptilian ferret, Brox checks the recently dead for valuables and such.

Make sure yer axes him who set da traps...


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IHIYC's closet has a revolving door, a turnstyle and costs $1.50 to enter.


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Count Coltello wrote:
Thanael wrote:
You can also let her discover magical abilities successively i.e. Find out a command word and boom +1 sword is a flaming sword too! An intelligent weapon might be a good dmpc/companion/foil. Let her discover it's powers slowly, can have provide some knowledge /pointers etc.

thats probably what ill do have her find a rusty sword in the back of a house where the previous owner couldnt figure out what the power was ( he knew that was one through checks ((not that that matters much lol)))

after using it and it being slightly more powerful that it is suppose to be

(or )

a wizard or fighter sees her and is like (name of weapon) has been found by a worthy/unworthy (depending on situation) weilder

then she can discover parts of it at a time until it finally becomes a +5 flameburst what ever

This is a great way to provide your fiancee with plot hooks, Suddenly-Successful-Knowledge, and all manner of assistance where needed.

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