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So... Marvel lied about Cap. He was under mind control by a female(?) Cosmic Cube who did this to
More here for those interested: Cap's a Nazi, no wait, he really isn't.
And once again I am reminded why I stopped reading current issues of Marvel Comics years ago.
Though I do wonder what business model Marvel is pursuing where you apparently kick your readers in the posterior for laughs and expect them to keep buying the comic.
D'oh! My apologies, I misread your comment. I'll wake up SOMETIME today.
And I agree with Rysky's idea.
I have a copy of this and it's pretty good. I did notice a couple of errors on the succubus class write-up on page 8. Under 'Special' for 2nd level, it lists '+2 Dex, +2, +2 Cha, keen senses (+4)'. Just what is that second '+2' for? Is it just a typo?
Also, under 'Special' for 5th level it has 'profane gift' among the benefits the succubus gains. But at the same time the PDF lists a feat 'Profane Gift' for a succubus level 8 and character level 11. Which is the right one?
My Little Pony:Friendship is Magic as directed by M. Night Shyamalan.
Twilight Sparkle finally decides to discover what really lies beyond Equestria's borders. Everyone tries to stop her but she forces her way through and discovers... they're all toys under some kid's bed. That she's about to throw out. What a twist!
Thomas Seitz wrote:
I'm looking right at my copy. It's probably the very last 3/3.5 book I own.
I have to say, it seems like the agathiel archetype loses an awful lot of its talents.
Yes, this is for real. We may soon have a new contender for 'worst movie ever made' when this hits the theaters.
Hopefully it will be okay to link to it here, given that there's some slightly gory scenes:
And the plot:
Deep in the ice of the Antarctic, a team of geologists uncover an old Nazi laboratory, still intact, where dark experiments had occurred. Unwittingly the geologists unleash upon the world a top-secret experiment the Germans had been working on - modified sharks that are able to fly, whose riders are genetically mutated, undead super-humans. The only thing that can stop them, and possibly save the world, is a military task force called “Dead Flesh Four“ – assembled from reanimated U.S. soldiers who fell in Vietnam.
So, Nazi super-zombies on flying sharks versus what seems to be a force of American Frankenstein Monsters; what eight year old came up with this?
And this was funded by Kickstarter, too. Maybe Paizo can get a Pathfinder movie together someday. I mean, if this was made...
That is both awesome and creepy.
And hmm, I wonder what happens if one of those books gets reprinted? Or just re-written the way so many have been?
I also imagine what might happen if someone tosses off a potent dispel in a battle in a library, and it just so happens to affect some of those 'books'.
The second one gives me the idea that you can use it to hide one of your party from discovery while keeping them right there. Say for a meeting with a big bad or some untrustworthy sorts. Then if/when everything goes wrong, PC #1 removes their 'face', tosses it in the air, a second PC hits it with dispel magic to restore them to normal, and surprise!
I do remember one old Invaders story where some unwilling scientist and his bandaged assistant help Schiklgruber summon Thor to assassinate Stalin. It all ends badly, of course, with the assistant revealing that he's Victor von Doom as he scornfully leaves Hitler in the shattered remains of the machine used to reach Asgard.
On the other hand it did give Union Jack II (or was it III?) the power to toss lightning bolts.
I was just looking at my copy of Occult Adventures and reading the mind swap and possession spells, and I noticed that they're both almost the same thing save for the fact that the original spellcaster's body isn't unconscious with mind swap.
I was wondering, just what is the best use for these two spells? If you can cast possession, why would you need mind swap or vice-versa? It seems to me that the best use for the latter would be if you wanted to bring a fellow PC along and trick an enemy.
If anyone has any further ideas on how best to use these spells, I'd vastly appreciate some advice.
Kickstarter is not like Patreon, your money is only taken once, at the end of the campaign. As a result, Kickstarter is usually used to fund a single project, while Patreon is more often used to support a series of projects or to support an ongoing work. So yeah, any money you pledge now will only be taken once the project is over, and that's it.
Thank you, Luthorne.
Alexander Augunas wrote:
I was wondering why I got an e-mail about this. Thanks for clearing it up, Mister Augunas.
Great list there Luthorne. Can we get some more information on the cavalier order and the kineticist archetype? I get the idea that the latter is going to be a 'Firestarter' homsge.
And I also love that they have material relating back to the magnificent 'Ultimate Charisma' herein. *Sigh* And I was hoping to hold on to some money this month, too. Guess I've got to get this one now.
End's review makes these mythic demons sound like they'd make better and more thematic opponents for PCs than their non-mythic cousins. Which makes me glad for the whole 'you can use mythic opponents in non-mythic campaigns' argument that LG has often used.
The dretch and kithangian especially sound like creepy horrors now.
Matthew Morris wrote:
Him and the Michael Holt Mister Terrific. I thought those guys were great.
Hey, I'm glad you liked it. My problem is less the story the the Warrens themselves and their real-life antics. If you ever need to be amused by reading the most breathless and poorly-backed-up "real" hauntings ever, get a copy of The Demonologist and you'll be reduced to derisive laughter.
Alexander Augunas wrote:
I like the art of the Arctic and 'Fennec' kitsune.
I also like the idea that when kitsune and humans have kids together, the child is always another kitsune. It gives me an idea for how a small group of kitsune could (slowly, over a couple of generations) 'take over' a human community by breeding with the humans until there's nothing but kitsune left.
Oh and one I never saw but it must be an abomination -- Knucklehead starring the Big Show, Paul Wight. Made as a slapstick comedy, in its entire American run it made $1000. That's not per theater, that's in total.
It did better in worldwide release. A grand total of... $7,927. Yeah. Big Show's acting career seems to have ended after this.
Another awful, awful movie -- The Conjuring. I do not get the people who call this dreck frightening. It may help in my case that I read the book covering this case years ago when I was reading every crappy "true haunting" the Warrens "researched", and learned long ago how utterly shameless they were. At least no one got murdered for them to exploit this time around.
Thomas Seitz wrote:
I heard about it quite a few years ago online at (I think) the Hero Games forums. Apparently they did a story in Spidey about a kid Pete knew getting molested, and it was less then brilliantly handled. Some people complained and then it came out that it could have been a LOT worse.
This may be a bit OT, but talking some of the rather tasteless storylines Marvel has done and attempted, does anyone else remember the time (I believe back in the 90's) when someone at Marvel wanted to do a story in which Uncle Ben turned out to be a pedophile?
Yes, really, and all of Spidey's happy memories of him would turn out to be Stockholm Syndrome. I'm just glad that one never got printed. Apparently one of the editors at Marvel killed it immediately.
I'll take Coleman Francis and raise you: William 'One Shot' Beaudine. Even on Poverty Row, how did that man ever become a director??
I also keep hearing about an animated film named FOOD FIGHT that is apparently the Necronomicon of bad animated films. Part of me wants to see it just to learn if it's worse than that one 'Titanic' movie with the rapping dog, gangster sharks, and giant octopus that saves everyone.