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We know she is Mythic, and the second most powerful Runelord after Xanderghul. I'd say she has 2 ranks, with Xanderghul having 3 and Alaznist 1.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

I'm thinking its safe to say that the Gods (typically Aldur or Torak) gave each one of them their semi-immortality right?

The exception being Senji how the heck or does literally the presence of spell-casting give immortality period.

It does. tW&tW confers immortality on its practitioners. There would be a lot more running around except that they eventually violate the rules by wishing something out of existence, and blow themselves up. Disciples have an advantage in that they are taught all of the rules. Senji is unique in that he made it that long without accidentally blowing himself up.


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Most of these are pretty good. I'd give Durnik levels of fighter and sorcerer/druid, and Ce'Nedra should have levels of rogue.


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I'd like a dragon-themed AP, if it could be distinguished from "Giantslayer but with dragons." I think it could, of course.


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I think that the difference comes into their opinion of systems. Demons hate systems more complex than "I am more powerful than you; you will obey me." They live at the whim of their betters, and have only four options in a bad situation: obey, escape, kill their oppressor, or die. Devils love their system, and view themselves as important parts of it. They will do what they can to get as high as they can, preferably to the top, but they will not deliberately do anything to undermine their system. When they are put in a bad position, they will suck it up, try to ensure that their superior gets the blame if things go sideways, try to blackmail their way out of it if they have something sufficiently compelling, or go over their superior's head if they think they have a case. They may even try assassination, if they think they can pull it off. They won't directly disobey.


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Hmm... Talathel is probably a Lesser god, at the moment.


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Goodbye Scotland and Northern Ireland if they actually go through with leaving.


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jemstone wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:

Raises hand, grabs tissue.

** spoiler omitted **

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Which was totally in character.


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Elmo is that good, especially early on.


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Alignment: Neutral Good 4

Domain 1: Magic 17
Domain 2: Travel 27
Domain 3: Community 4
Domain 4: Knowledge 13

Hmm... Here goes nothing.

Talathel, the Travelling Sage
Alignment: Neutral Good
Portfolio: Education, Friendship, Journeys, Scholarship
Domains: Community, Good, Knowledge, Magic, Travel
Subdomains: Arcane, Cooperation, Education, Exploration, Friendship, Thought
Favoured Weapon: Quarterstaff

As a mortal, Talathel was a Forlorn elf who went headlong into learning in order to distract himself from the pain of losing nearly everyone he would ever know. His knowledge grew, and with it his power, but there was something... missing. He lacked contentment, and it affected his development. He chose to reenter the wider world where, against all odds, he found friends. Many of them were of shorter lived races, and he knew he would someday lose them too, but he resolved to face that when it came. He saw the world and the planes with them, and more importantly, he learned to see existence through their eyes as well as his own. When he ascended, he resolved to use his position to bring knowledge to others, and to teach them of the magic of friendship.


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I'm quite happy with it. Well, most of it. Ending on a cliffhanger without a guaranteed second season is just cruel.

I know it's probably a sign of faith that there would be a second season, but still... cruel.


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Torbyne wrote:
Chris A Jackson wrote:
As long as there are space pirates... I'm in!
As long as the game has space and PCs there will be space pirates.

Murderhoboes IN SPACE!


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New campaign setting? New monthly adventure path? Why do hate my wallet, Paizo? What has it ever done to you?


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Thank you! This is pretty good so far!


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Rucka is on Wonder Woman, and he is going to Fix The Damage. I'm sold!

Also, I'm really glad that DC Comics Bombshells is still going on. If you've never heard of it: it's an alternate timeline book that has the US and USSR jump into WW2 in 1939. It reimagines some of the characters as being of alternate nationalities. It focuses on DC's awesome women, but some of the guys are around in supporting roles (one of them is Hal Jordan, but the artist draws him looking like Kyle Rayner for some reason).

Still not sold? There are plenty of queer characters, characters of colour, comedy, a properly drawn Amanda Waller, drama, action, romance, and John Constantine as a chain smoking, strudel chomping rabbit.


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My rankings:

Guardians of the Galaxy
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
The Avengers
The Avengers: Age of Ultron
Thor
Ant-Man
Iron Man
Captain America: The First Avenger
The Incredible Hulk
Thor: The Dark World
Iron Man 2
Iron Man 3


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JoelF847 wrote:
Looks like a false rumor. It seems that Alfre Woodward is in Civil War and Luke Cage, but as different characters.

Was that confirmed? Her CW character (the mother of an American who died in Sokovia) was unnamed. In the comics, that character's name was Miriam Sharpe, but if they are casting the same actress they might well combine the roles. Mariah Dillard (her LC character) is supposed to be a politician, and CW is going to be political, and there hasn't been any crossover with the Netflix branch of the MCU.


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I think that the only character who is a lock for all the Netflix MCU series is Claire. That said: it's safe to speculate that Jeri Hogarth will appear in Iron Fist. If we see another Defender in this series, it will probably be Luke (and if Danny shows up in his series, I'd call it a certainty). I'd put even money on Misty, and an outside shot at... well, those who have completed Daredevil Season 2 will know who might just show up as well.


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For a DM: Yes! For a player: if the campaign puts a decent emphasis on sneaking, then also yes.


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Marvin Ghey wrote:
Isn't there disagreement among the devs regarding Hermea? I thought I read that somewhere but could be wrong. That controversy no doubt would keep it out of an AP, of course.

The disagreement focuses on Mengkare, and whether he is LE or LN. Given that Mengkare basically is Hermea, the team would need to be in accord in order for an AP to work.


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Imbicatus wrote:
In fact, some of the best Kingpin stories have been team-ups between Spider-Man and Daredevil. While I know there isn't much overlap with characters in the MCU films, I'd love for Spidey to show up in the Defenders.

I would love a Spider-Man Netflix. He stands on the border of street level and superheroic in terms of his wheelhouse. A Three "Amigos" ep with Spidey (the optimist), DD (the realist), and the Punisher (the pessimist) would be all sorts of fun.


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Norman Osborne wrote:
The biggest problem with making Roland black is that it fundamentally and massively alters the relationship between two of the main characters....Roland and "Detta Walker".

I might agree with you, but I doubt that a mainstream movie would make a particularly book accurate Detta. We'd get the broad strokes only, and her comments toward Roland would not have anything to do with race. By the same token, I expect that Jake will be played by a much older actor.


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My thoughts for the next season are as follows.

Spoiler:

It's pretty clear that it's going to be a version of Born Again. The Kingpin's threat was a strong indicator, and the fact that Matt's personal life is basically in shambles, and the fact that Fisk is starting to have Ideas about Matt confirms it.

I know that most people want Bullseye to be the next Big Bad, but he doesn't fit. He's not that kind of major villain. He's the enforcer, the assassin, the obsessive. Don't get me wrong: he will probably appear in some capacity, most likely as the Kingpin's enforcer. If I'm right, then my guess is that he will become obsessed with Daredevil, and that will turn him into a wild card. He'll be more interested in killing Matt than following orders, and that will prove Fisk's undoing.

We may also get Typhoid Mary. The Kingpin knows he has to remove Daredevil, and he wants to hurt Matt. Matt threatened Vanessa, and there is a certain symmetry in using his love life against him. If Karen and Matt stay apart, then there's room in his life for someone new. Hello, Mary. She may also prove a wild card, depending on how she is handled. Plus, she would further link Daredevil to the rest of the Netflix corner of the MCU. She's a mutant in the comics, but they can make her another IGH empowered person here. Marvel Studios probably has the rights to her character, as she was introduced as a Daredevil villain and has had very little interaction with the mutant side of the comics.

Nuke's attack on Hell's Kitchen will probably occur, just not in season three. My guess is that it will happen in The Defenders, with Jessica, Luke, and Danny (and possibly others) filling in for the Avengers as the super powered help Matt needs to restore order. Besides: Jessica lives there too, and Luke and Claire did (they'll both be in Harlem as of the Luke Cage series).


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I am rather intrigued by the idea of a kitsune vigilante. It's the whole natural ability to change shape that makes it fit thematically. I was wondering about which particular build or archetype would work best with the kitsune. I'm leaning towards Magical Child at the moment. Any thoughts?


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captain yesterday wrote:

Typical.

I just completed my CotCT yesterday. :-)

Isn't that ironic.

It's like rain on your wedding day.

*preemptively ducks*


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Miss Kitty wrote:
The judges would also have accepted Hastur, Pussycat! Ia! Ia!

I don't normally hold with puns, but this is too clever to hate.


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Brew Bird wrote:
A "Hulk" vigilante, an Arthurian Skald, a skill focused Cleric, a political mastermind Mesmerist, a Lawful Evil Antipaladin... Paizo, my birthday's not until April!

To be fair, UI was originally supposed to come out in April, so...


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Nocticula has pulled off the transition to CN goddess, and he has to be her herald.


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Kalindlara wrote:
I have a theory. ^_^

It could be bunnies?


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Scythia wrote:
I keep meaning to write something like this up for my home game, my idea was replacing the summon monster SLA with a growing number of eidolon slots, say +1 per 4lv, with each eidolon using full stats (although possibly sharing a health pool), but only one can be out at a time.

They would definitely have to share a health pool. I like your progression, but I'd have two eidolons at first level just to keep the flavor. I'm thinking that the capstone, merge with eidolon, would be replace by the power to have two eidolons out at once.


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I'd love to see a Final Fantasy/Pokémon style Summoner. By that, I mean one who can swap out their eidolons for others as needed.


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GreyWolfLord wrote:
First, they should have one or two of the original actors in it to pass the torch.

There will be. Ackroyd, Hudson, and Murray are going to be in it, and so will Sigorney Weaver.


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ErisAcolyte-Chaos jester wrote:
My campaign set in a world of dreams has a married couple of a paladin and an Antipaladin archetype running a city as the joint hands of the law. The paladin is the gentle hand of the city that helps nurture the city in accordance with the laws. The Antipaladin Archetype, is the hand that punishes those that break the law, often to brutal and violent effect.

Do they both worship a LN god? If not, how do they make it work?


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Lilith wrote:
Quinn x Aric. Callin' it now.

Dueling by night, "dueling" by later night!


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phantom1592 wrote:
As for the Superman comparison? There has been a serious push the last few decades to have her be 'superman' level. personaly, I hate that... Its one of the things I liked about the animated movie. She was really tough, really strong... but not 'superman' level.

That's actually a return to what she was supposed to be. She was supposed to be as powerful as Superman. He got all kinds of power boosts over the years, and she didn't.


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Deadmanwalking wrote:

In fairness, in the books, Roland gets a lot of s$@+ from the main black character for being a 'honky'. Which makes sense given the era she's from, for the record.

Making him black thus sorta changes one of the book's key interpersonal dynamics.

Now, I don't think that's necessarily a bad thing, given that those books have more subplots than you can shake a stick at, and removing one may thus make for a better movie adaptation...but there are legitimate reasons other than racism to not like that choice.

I might be angry about the casting given the Roland/Detta relationship, but to be honest: there is no way in hell we'd actually get a 100% book accurate Detta. Not on film. An online series (which would be my preference for a book series like this), yes, but not a movie. That's not the only change I expect to be made. I'd be shocked as all hell if we get Jake's full story in the movie.

With that being the case, I say: bring on Idris Elba!


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In recent years, he's been able to destroy a train with one punch. I want to see that at one point.

I actually wouldn't want to see Luke unless Danny shows up in Luke Cage. Their friendship is a key moment for them both, and I would want them to establish each character before throwing them together. Then again, Jessica is the other big relationship in Luke's life, and he was a decent player in her series. If they do something similar with Danny, I'd be okay with it.


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Set wrote:
I'm sure there are a few tied into the Fantastic Four or Spider-Man franchises, like the new Korean 'spider-woman,' Silk or long-forgotten Wyatt Wingfoot.

Silk is a possibility, although we'll almost certainly get Jessica before Cindy. Wyatt is out unless/until the MCU gets the FF rights back. I think chances are good we'll see Kamala Khan in some capacity once the Captain Marvel movie comes out. I'd really like Monica Rambeau (and Nextwave, if you can find a good character to replace Boom Boom)


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phantom1592 wrote:
Krensky wrote:
And again, Amadeus Cho is a better choice to go first as an Asian main character than Shang-Chi or ethnically switched Danny Rand.

Why?

I mean, I hate the idea of race switching Danny... but what's with the Amadeus love? I've never seen much interesting about him.

Isn't his 'pre-hulk' super-power 'Being Really smart'? That's not a particularly exciting or cinematic power set there... Especially as a 'main character' like you said...

Smart guy background character I could see... but how would you make a show based around 'really smart'?

The run where he got the love had him partnered with Hercules. Clearly, Herc would have to be on the show, to provide a foil. The superpowered, drunken, gluttonous, brawling horndog... who has lived for millennia, seen more than most mortals can comprehend, and has many lessons to teach a youth who's as angry as he is brilliant. Can you say "Professor H?"

(And Herc is pansexual, dammit! Most of his relatives are shapeshifters! It's not the body, it's the person!)


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I'd love another 1 to 20 AP. That's how Dragon did it, that's how America does it, and it's worked out pretty well so far.


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Krensky wrote:
I was referring to removing his Jewishness.

They did that? They really did that?

My unvarnished response would probably get this comment deleted, so I shall say no more.


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I do know that Fan4astic was based off of the Ultimate Comics versions of the characters, and I'm not too familiar with them. If they were based off of the 616 (ie. mainstream continuity) versions, then Jamie Bell is not only too small to be Ben, but too young. In fact, Kate Mara is technically the only actor of the bunch to be in the correct age range, as Reed and Ben were definitively older and Johnny still a teenager when they got their powers.


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Sundakan wrote:
Actually an example where a full "racelift" would have been better then. Why the added extra baggage? Plenty of talented black actresses who could play Sue Storm.

Agreed.

ETA:

Krensky wrote:

They also made Ben Grimm the dumb one, again and white washed him too.

As for Sue, maybe they didn't want an interracial couple, or maybe they wanted another check box or two since she's an Albanian refugee from Kosovo.

Re. Ben: I'm really getting sick of that. Ben wears his working class origins with pride, and he is quite intelligent. Neither detracts from the other in the least. In fact, the Storms are quite intelligent as well, it's just that they and Ben are constantly with one of the most intelligent people on the planet, so their brains are typically overshadowed unless Reed isn't in the picture for some reason. I didn't see the movie. What do you mean by whitewashing him? He was always white. Ashkenazai Jewish, to be precise, as he was based on Jack Kirby.

Re. Sue: Probably the former. Making Sue an adopted refugee is, to my mind, potentially quite interesting. The FF are the First Family of Marvel, so delving into family dynamics would be great if done well. Am I correct in assuming that they didn't do anything with it at all?


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phantom1592 wrote:

This.

There is nothing about the Iron Fist story that indicates he 'should' be Asian, except that he does martial arts. Claiming that means he SHOULD be Asian because he does martial arts... is extremely racist.

Iron Fist is always the 'fish out of water' story. He didn't fit in Kun-Lun... and the man he became doesn't fit in New York. That's one of his cores.

His...

You're absolutely correct to say that Iron Fist has always been groundbreaking. The problem is that what was groundbreaking forty years ago isn't necessarily groundbreaking today. The Mighty Whitey trope is quite racist, and it is a part of the character. Was it well handled in the day? Yes, and that's kind of a miracle. What did it was his relationships with Misty (a black woman), Luke (a black man), and Colleen (a biracial woman), which as Mark pointed out were informed by Danny's circumstances as opposed to theirs, especially his relationship with Luke.

Should that be replicated verbatim now? I'm not so sure. If the show actually goes into that dynamic when the time comes (and given their track record of using social issues, I think there is a good chance they will), then that's one thing. If it turns out that they don't, then they ignore what made those relationships so compelling in the first place, and they should have taken the opportunity to be groundbreaking again, and ditch the MW angle.


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Mark Moreland wrote:
I'm so much more excited about the Elektra/Hand aspects of Season 2 than I am the Punisher stuff.

We are of one mind in this!

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As for Danny Rand, I am conflicted on whether they should have gone with an Asian actor. Part of me thinks this was the perfect time for more diversity, but I also think there's a lot to the character that would be lost if he were changed from the silver spoon white guy who befriends the Harlem ex-con (Luke Cage) that made the Power Man and Iron Fist stuff from the 70s so great. I also read a really compelling argument from an Asian actor who said that making the first Asian lead in the MCU the martial arts guy was just perpetrating a stereotype as to what roles Asians can play. So I think Marvel had no right way to handle the casting of this role without someone screaming appropriation or tokenism.

I'm pretty sure I've read that same article. Then again, I've read articles from PoC that take a different view. This is where I stand. I completely agree that his relationships would be altered if he wasn't white, but I think it's contingent upon the producers to actually go there. If they don't, it might have been better to cast an Asian actor because honestly, the MCU has a diversity problem. It's weird. In the comics, it's DC that has a problem, but the DCCU is doing much better in that regard (ethnically diverse team movie coming out this summer, Wonder Woman next year).


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Mark's Teasers for easier reading,

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And now I really hate Meligaster. Bigger douche than Alain.


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All we know for sure is that it will be very different from SA*, which probably means that it will be one of the more traditional APs. Also, IIRC, it will be developed by Crystal Frasier.

*-- Someone asked about having two rebellion themed APs back-to-back. HR/HV is a special case, being a "two sides of the same coin" type of deal. That's where we were told. It was in the official Hell's Vengeance #1 thread.


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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Kalindlara wrote:

I got my shipping notice yesterday; I just finished my first read. It looks excellent!

I did notice the presence of a familiar name... the Feign Prince Lairsaph. Despite our evil AP being disappointingly Seltyiel-deficient, I'm glad for this little Easter egg. ^_^

I hope you like omelets.

*ponders the implications of omelets and eggs in this context*

*bursts out laughing*

If I'm right, then I hope that Seltyiel can at least take his revenge on his other evil daddy.

Deadpool The Movie:
And now I'm picturing the execution of Francis, with Seltyiel as Deadpool and Seelah as Colossus.


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If Ultimate Intrigue and the related products do well, I would expect a deliberately more social AP one of these days.


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Thurston Hillman wrote:
Truthfully, I wanted to ensure that slaves with high intelligence were highlighted as 'useful' in duergar society. Since duergar and drow are highly based on slavery, I wanted to distinguish the two empires somehow. The idea that duergar have turned slavery into a codified procedure, where the drow act more like a constantly churning machine of dying slaves... well that seemed awful and appropriate.

The drow are far more sadistic in their practices. This isn't to say that I don't think that the duergar don't enjoy watching their slaves suffer, just that the duergar are more inclined to pragmatism. They are much less likely to waste a useful tool.

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