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Owen KC Stephens wrote:
Though if you do make a book about my talents it will have to be so heavily censored it will mostly just be black lines with the occasional word here and there. Not sure many people would consider that a good buy.
IMHO everyone having their moment to shine has more to do with the GM than the game rules. A GM is god in their game they can set up situations where everyone has their moments. Of course what it means to shine is also subjective and heavily based on what the player wants out of the game. Knowing what your players want out of the game and giving them moments to accomplish it, in my experience works and makes everyone happy.
Yes I stopped doing reviews for a variety of reasons. I am still on from time to time. The truth is the deal with Clark kinda bugged me, not to mention the guy writing the story contacted me here a few times and posted in threads I did. Trying to get me to comment and it left a bit of a sour taste in my mouth for posting.
With all due respect to the OP, while I really think that it is fine to ask for suggestions on the forums, you need to remember that this is just a game. I think you are getting some pretty horrible advice (her than Lazar's advice about counseling). If you and your wife love each other and want to make it work, find out why she hates you gaming so much and then either change how often or how long you game, or quit. As much as I love gaming with my friends, I love my wife more.
Actually this isn't really about gaming. This is about his wife demanding he stop doing something he loves doing. I am assuming he was gaming before they meet, if so. Then her demanding it now, after she knew it before they ever got married is beyond unreasonable.
Now if she gets no girls night out, then she has a complaint about things being unfair and he should make sure she gets as much time as him. But she shouldn't have a say on what he does in his free time with his friends. As long as it is not hurting anyone and gaming doesn't.
This is something I personally would LOVE to have and would pay good money for.
A new map collection set. One that featured the new giant player-oriented maps designed to look like an ink-and-parchment drawing of varies regions. The latest one for Irrisen is what made me think of it.
What I would like is a map pack with say 3-4 regions/nations in each pack made like that style of map. You could do one of South Inner Sea's, which would have Cheliax, Andoran, and Isger in the first one, then another one With Taldor, Galt, Absalom, and Qadira next, etc.
Personally I would love to have such a map for every nation and region of the world, something to hand the players. My players always want to go find a map of the region they go to next as one of their first acts.
Anyways just a thought that I think would sell well and be useful.
Vic Wertz wrote:
This edition of the Harrow Deck is now sold out. We are working on a new edition; it's several months away, though.
Very cool, glad to hear the back is going to be changed a bit. Hope they look more like what real cards would look like. I also would love to see them being bigger cards like most Tarrot cards are done. Finally I am still hoping for rules to let you do plot twist, or flash back type things rules for these based on the combo of cards drawn. Yes I know I can do that and I do, but having printed rules to start from would help. :)
So where are they and why can't I buy them yet? :)
I would like to see a cleric one myself. One where you can be a more scholarly less armored cleric, or less spell devoted one for more martial abilities etc.
To be fair sadly i still don't have these talent books so i don't know how well my idea even fits with the concept of these books. But something I would like to see anyways. :)
I agree completely, I refuse to join or take part in facebook myself. If people use it great, I would just find it annoying if I had to join facebook to find everything I wanted. There has been a few companies that did that and I never did care for it.
Yes I would stay away from ads from products/companies you review. But maybe ads for board games, or web comics, or things of that nature.
Not that i am in favor of ads on web pages, only saying IF you wanted to go the way of ads I would look at those kinds of ads.
Rachel F. Ventura wrote:
Regarding the PDF, Art resolutions, Maps, etc. This will be fixed. We need to re-compress the images differently. Working on that now. Rest assure the print version does NOT look like this.
I have not had a chance to read the whole thing but i have looked over it and so far i really like the book. Especially the part early on about the NPC's and how they go if the PC's don't intervene when they have a chance. I loved that, all and all I am very happy it. My only real complaint was the art and map resolutions but since that is due to be fixed that great. Looking forward to the fixed PDF and more importantly the book. :)
James Jacobs wrote:
Incubi make great footstools.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
The biggest negative view in my experience from both sides of the sexuality spectrum is. That it seems a lot on both sides assume if you are bi you are slut. If you are attracted to both genders you must of course sleep with at least twice as many people and have tons of threesomes.
Also it seems everyone naturally assumes you are into kinky stuff as well.
One of my friends is a bi guy who is about as vanilla as you could ask for when it comes to sex and being in his early 40's has been with a grand total of 5 people of both genders his whole life.
The Rural Juror wrote:
I guess that makes us bisexuals the spy's of this dueling agenda's, for we literately sleep with the enemy. :)