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Binge watching will kill my interest in a show quicker than anything. I love Netflix's "Daredevil" series, but if I watch more than two episodes at a time I find myself wanting to do something else before I get tired of it. I tried binging on a few shows when I first got Netflix, but it ruined those shows for me.
Last time I counted mine I had nearly 600 individual dice. I've since acquired many more from a friend who has gotten out of the hobby, so a recount is definitely on the horizon. And believe it or not, I have only actually lost 6 dice in my 31 years of gaming. I've given away sets that players really liked as gifts before, but I quickly replace them with a new set from the game stores in the area.
As beautiful as Artisan Dice's products are, I'd be worried that repeated rolling would wear the edges down, resulting in more and more skewed rolls as they might wear unevenly. This goes for any wooden dice. I'm a big dice geek myself (I have to buy dice every time I go near an FLGS), but at the prices Artisan charges I'm not sure they'd be worth it. Now the mammoth tusk dice they have would simply be put on display... lol
This one might get deleted, and it's ok if it does, but it happened during last night's game. I'm a player in a weird mashup of Call of Cthulhu d20 and Vampire: The Masquerade where we play vampires fighting Nazis and their other worldly overlords. While interrogating a captured German major, my character (with glowing eyes and razor sharp fangs) asks him does he speak English. He answers back with "Ja! I speak English!" Terrified, he continues with "In fact, I love English food! I love to stuff my mouth with spotted dick!".
No one could breathe for 5 minutes because of the laughter.
If I lived in your area I would see this as a challenge I couldn't turn down. I've made people physically ill describing gory scenes in games, or made them so nervous they jumped and screamed at sudden noises. It's so much fun.
The later bestiaries are, in my opinion, all pretty good, though they have increasing numbers of outsiders in each one, it seems. I rarely use outsiders in my campaign, so they're of little use to me. But overall, I'd say they're all worth the money. And like BV210 said, they're available at the PRD or d20pfsrd.com.
I freely and fully admit I don't know every rule. 85%, sure. But I have a player I can ask who'll help out if I'm fuzzy on one, or we just continue on. My group, after nearly 30 years together, just want to have fun.
captain yesterday wrote:
lol thanks. I'm from Arkansas, where there's little else to talk about at family gatherings like today (Independence Day for those from other countries who might not know) aside from the Razorbacks (though the Arkansas State University Red Wolves are probably just as good though they don't get the press), huntin', fishin', muddin', four wheelin', and church. I've been married into my wife's family for 25 years and I still feel totally out of place at any holiday gathering.
David M Mallon wrote:
The opossums, also known as possums, are marsupial mammals of the order Didelphimorphia. The largest order of marsupials in the Western Hemisphere, it comprises 103 or more species in 19 genera. Opossums originated in South America, and entered North America in the Great American Interchange following the connection of the two continents. Their unspecialized biology, flexible diet, and reproductive habits make them successful colonizers and survivors in diverse locations and conditions.
Being from the South (Arkansas, to be exact) possums among the most common wild mammals to be found.
Thanks, Gulthor. That was very helpful. My player will really appreciate the information! And thanks to everyone else who answered my question. The player in question started out as a Pugilist (3rd party class) who was also a pimp in our city based campaign. But after achieving his first Mythic Tier he decided that that life no longer suited him and he's taking levels in Inquisitor now with designs on using abilities like Divine Source to change lives, not just for his own edification.
For the last 15 years or so it's whenever we can get together. Sometimes it's every 2 weeks, sometimes 6 weeks or more pass between sessions. We're all in our late 40s to early 50s now and family obligations, health, and regular day to day life get in the way. That's a far cry from 5 nights a week from my college days.
In the only PF game where I'm an actual player (and only about 3 times a year at that) I play the cleric. I chose the class on purpose, not because no one else wanted to play it. I love clerics.