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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Smurf nunchaku are dirtier than they need to be.
Dox of the ParaDox twins wrote:
Ahh. I have this problem with my players quite often. They start off with these grand expectations of a class or build and within a level or two are just fed up with it. I have cut back on the just re-roll a new guy. They have to die now. This leads to the group doing everything they can to save their now suicidal friend (fun times). Low level can be boring for any class though. Tell him to look ahead at some of the class abilities to come. If he thinks those are still boring let him go out in a blaze of glory and roll up another. This is what my players do. It has lead to so great scenes as someone decides that it is time to roll a new character and will just go all Leroy Jenkins. Then the next thing you know they've cleared an entire dungeon in one night.
It is, in fact a very distinct and different sound. Although it takes a DC 30 Perception or Perform (percussion) check to notice the difference.
I let a character cast node of blasting on bolts fired from a heavy wrist launcher in an Iron Gods campaign recently. It didn't seem to be OP, not really a major boost in damage. One standard action to cast it on the bolt in one round then launch it on the following round. But I get where RAW it shouldn't work. So at a PFS table most likely NO, home campaign go for it.
We were playing Carrion Crown. A mini of a human holding a pig was placed near mine. No line was uttered, I was just told the results of the roll by my GM. He rolled a twenty plus what does it really matter...my dhampir magus wielding a sentient black sword who has faced unknown horrors that would blow this peasant's feeble mind right out of his skull just got punked out by some inbred hill jack with his date from last night still under his arm. I never heard the end of it no matter what I did the rest of the AP. *grumble* stupid hillbilly *grumble*
Along these lines, I can't stand people who use those side-by-side strollers. How much of a @$$-hat do you have to be to take up that much room, and in a place with aisles, like stores and such."Oh but I don't want my children to be jealous of each other and have one sitting in the back all the time. Or fighting over who gets to sit in the front." AAARRGGGHHH!!! I bet these are the same people that think sports shouldn't have winners and losers and everyone should get a trophy at the end of the day.
I don't remember the age I was but I once asked my mom what is was like to ride dinosaurs with the cowboys and Indians. I also asked her what it was like when the dinosaurs died off. It's a wonder I am alive today. I can't wait for my daughter to start talking but she is only 11 weeks old today so... might be a bit.
Wayne Reynolds wrote:
Thank you. You have no idea how much time has been spent discussing that one little item.
My group almost exclusively enters from the top floor or back side of a dungeon when possible. We also have a tendency of carring necklaceses of fireballs or masive amounts of alchemical fire and grenades. We have devised a tactic to single shot most bbeg or tough fights with our blast 'em and forget'em mentallity. As a "reward" our GM destroys all the loot including magic items. We shrug, meh, and just go blow the next guy to the boneyard.
On behalf of cultist everywhere, we are not really such bad people. We enjoy spending time with family and friends, yes sometimes they be need to be sacrificed. We are real go getters, you will see us all over at airports, in your neighborhoods, and at strip malls on recruiting drives. We are definitely environmentally conscientious, look at all the old ruins we rehab and reuse. Plus our education system is outstanding, always helping to bring knowledge of the old gods to the poor ignorant masses.