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Freehold DM wrote:


Just a Mort wrote:
Snowpocalypse sounds awesome but I'd probably freeze and form a cat popsicle

** spoiler omitted **

Man, that is one cat I would enjoy eating!

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*Looks around the thread-corner, while wearing a bib and brandishing a knife and fork*

Someone said something about 'eating' cat?!


Just a Mort wrote:

Do greens really scare you guys that much?

*Scowls, and wrinkles his nose*

But...
But..
But.
*Sniffles*
They are green! And icky! And smelly!
I want a streak-dinner for supper!
*rolls around on the ground, throwing a minor tantrum*


Just a Mort wrote:
Evil Kjeldorn wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*

*Pops in wearing a fishing hat full of lures and hooks*

So Gran, I'm hoping to bag another salmon today.
You want another side of smoked salmon? seasoned with drow poison and powdered glass like the last batch?

Powdered glass doesn't work!

And drow poison is listed as Type injury in archive of nethys so it can't be used for spiking food!

Ohhh little kitty…

It wasn't suppose to kill you.
*Grins*
Only 'Injure' you…

(logic: Injury-type poisons require access to the blood stream. -> Ground glass could especially in the 'chewing phase', cause minor cuts in the mouth, thus grant access to the blood stream (might also do so in the esophagus or stomach). -> Poisoned cat!)


gran rey de los mono wrote:

Well, I had this bit of slammin' salmon for you if you fell into the trap, but I guess TOZ gets it now.

*throws salmon to TOZ*

*Pops in wearing a fishing hat full of lures and hooks*

So Gran, I'm hoping to bag another salmon today.
You want another side of smoked salmon? seasoned with drow poison and powdered glass like the last batch?


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Just a Mort wrote:

Heretic! Repent from your sins! Drink the heavenly tea instead of ghastly coffee!

For me it's more like I wouldn't be able to taste the difference between English Breakfast Tea, Irish breakfast tea and Scottish breakfast Tea.

Pfffff…

Ahahahahahhahahahahaha!

hahaha…

ha...

*Wipes eyes*

*Sips coffee*

Wanna know what tea is? Its hippie-fuel.


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Short answer: Yes

Longer answer: Yes!!!

Detailed answer: For f!*&s sake Yes!!! Gods dammit!!!

Don't care about the name.
Don't care about the class' 'pedigree'.
Don't care about the traditions associated with it either!.

Once the play test comes out, I'll be taking a crowbar to the class! Beating it into a nice modular pulp, so I can re-assemble the pieces into a more pleasing image of a "Paladin"!
Why? Because I don't care about Alignment maybe?...
Listen, I just care about the story that any future 'paladin' players want me to help them tell, and as far as I can tell, there are more stories possible the less requirements we keep weighing down, that durned class with.

What's that I hear Mr. Player? You wanna do a witch-finder general type character, kicking down cellar-doors and dragging demon cultists to their fiery doom in the town square? Heck that could be done on the Paladin-chassis! Its a great fit! But oh no...there's all these requirements you have to operate under, oh and there's some questions about alignment too…
Phooey!
Why the heck shouldn't it be possible to modify that chassis to that idea fluently, simply and gracefully?

Orthodoxy!
That's why. No other reason is really needed.
Double Phooey!

No that's why the Paladin is getting the crow-bar. Because if we don't question him and his ilk, then all we have is orthodoxy.
Well, come playtest time, I'm nailing my theses to his fore-head! Orthodoxy be damned!


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Just a Mort wrote:

...

And yeah, I diss beards too^^

*Frowns, then smiles grimly while stroking his magnificent red beard*

You know what...
I'm feeling a mite peckish.
Maybe a bit of kitty would hit the spot...

*brandishes grill-spit, and looks around for Mort*


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Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
pika?
*throws ball grenade*

FTFY

*Giggles uncontrollably*


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Just a Mort wrote:
In ROW I really felt sorry for the bad guys. It's a whole sob story behind most of the villains, and they were doing what they had to do to survive. I could understand their motivations, and that events had molded them into the villains the party faced...

Villain sob stories?!

Sure! We all have one!

Take this poster child of Evil, for example...


Freehold DM wrote:
plump kitty is best kitty! breaks out seasonings

Sooo…

Kitty spit-roast at your place at 19.00? Is that what I'm hearing?

*Waggles eyebrows, baring a wide grin, and raises his hand for a high-five*


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
I'm betting Freehold wouldn't need 5 minutes to answer this question. In fact, I'm sure he already has an answer.

Hmmm

Magical kingdom ruled by horses eh?

I've always been been a salt-of-the-earth type, so I guess one of these 'Earth Ponies' then.
Very Grayish or maybe even Black preferably.

A cutie-mark? What's that? Oh some kind of personal sigil that denotes a core part of my function or personality.
Then its an executioners hood, maybe crossed with an bloody axe.
I mean, I would probably be the royal executioner. A slightly chipper soul, who's job it is to dispose of the enemies of royalty. Dragging rebellious, treasonous or otherwise condemned ponies to their deaths, with a light steep and a small smile.
Maybe cracking a small joke or two along the way!
like "Don't worry so much! its nothing to lose your head over, its just your execution", while padding the condemned on the back.
Or
"Watch your step. We wouldn't want you to fall and break your neck now would we!", while guiding them up the steps to the gallows.

I'm stumped for a good name though…
'Choppy' doesn't sound kind of right...


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Earth-chan wrote:
Evil Kjeldorn wrote:

I did partition various cosmic power to give a helping hand in stomping the earth flat and stopping its rotation...

Haven't gotten any answers yet though.

Uhh hmm I'm gonna have to politely request you to not do that Evil Kjeldorn san

Oh really...

Hohohohoho little girly!
Why don't you sit down here *taps bench* and tell Kjeldorn all about it.
I mean it would be a shame to stomp those fine curves flat! Tell me have you ever heard about something called "strip mining"?

*Grins hungrily*


I did partition various cosmic power to give a helping hand in stomping the earth flat and stopping its rotation...

Haven't gotten any answers yet though.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Message Left for Impus Major on the Whiteboard:

Whiteboard wrote:

Took calico and fluffernutter to the vet.

You are all alone in the house...
...ignore the snickering coming from the basement...

Yep! Father of the Year, here I come!

*Polishes his "Snickering Basement-dwelling Troglodyte Horror of the Year" trophy*

If not, I might be available for either troglodyte coaching or child-torment on short notice.

(I also do pet sitting on the side).


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Freehold DM wrote:

RICE COOKER FOREVER!

MATH NEVER!

Freehold attempts to be clever! :p


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Scintillae wrote:
...might be the only things I was assigned to read in high school that didn't involve someone dying or coping with death. The Odyssey, I guess, if you don't count unnamed crew getting killed by sea monsters...

...?

The mowing down of the suitors, in a hail of bow-fire, sword slashes and spear stabbings?

The hanging of twelve of the household slaves/maids, because they either sided with the suitors or slept with them?

The mutilation (and death? can't remember) of the goat-herder (something something, can't remember his name either)

...

Still great book! lots of heroics and a propper fully fledged main character!


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Freehold DM wrote:
FINITE NUUUUUUUUUUUUUDITY

Unfortunatellyyy!!!


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Freehold DM wrote:

boards the mort train

So...

Are tickets required?

*Waggles eyebrows, and hold up a hand for a high-five*

Just a Mort wrote:


I'm dressed now, you know. And I do practice kicking in the gym.

*Puts a cup + jockstrap*

hmmm might not be enough...
Kitty's got some sharp claws as well...

*Puts on his full plate*

lisamarlene wrote:
...But I get to see my mom, my sister, and my new niece in nine days, so I am using that as an excuse to not flay people.

Flaying! Yes, great fun!

Terribly messy though, and it requires some much patient work (on unwilling victims). I usually feed my enemies to wild animal, as that's much less labour intensive (and I'm lazy).
Also flaying relatives of those in charge isn't that conducive a career move in my experience.


Ilina Aniri wrote:
graystone wrote:
Ilina Aniri wrote:
should i tell you about...
Please no...

the Kobold and the Lizardfolk were both mature male adults for their species and both were chaotic good. the kobold was an oath of vengeance holy gun with pistolero levels and the lizardfolk was an invulnerable rager beast totem.

both lost their old families, the kobold to goblins and the lizardfolk to human bandits, and both found new families and were chaotic good heroes. in fact, both of them praised Bahamut and the scale brothers who were each the last of their respective clans or clutches were revered as heroes. Gunsmoke was the Paladin and Gancho was the Barbarian.

their story is a bit complicated, but it is the arc of overcoming a desire for vengeance and becoming a protector and finding new family that defined both of their arcs. both of them had copper scales, and as the last copper scaled kobold and last copper scaled lizardfolk in the area, they were easy to recognize as heroes.

*Snores loudly*

*Start smacking his mouth and drooling while mumbling*

..mmm...tehehehe...nnnoo Calitria, that doesn't go in there....

*Smacks some more*

...It goes in here...hehehehe....

*Grunts and sucks in air, before having a coughing fit and opening up his eyes*

Err...
I guess you kind of lost me back there somewhere.
I think it was around the kobold stuff...?
Or was it the Paladin stuff...?
Or the overcoming the desire for vengeance...?

*scratches beard, while mumbling with a far-off look in his eyes*

No matter!
It was a story about a bunch of scalies anyway, so it couldn't have been that important anyway!

Not that I mind scalies mind you! I'd hire anyone to do my biding (or toil under my whip for free of cause)!
Centaurs, Derros, Goblins, Harpies, Kobolds, Ogres, Strix or Trolls. Everyone's welcome under my banner!
That's what would be right to do wouldn't it? Make room for everyone! All united by the wise words of ancient warrior: "What is best in life? To crush your enemies! See them driven before you and hear the lamentations of their women!"


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PossibleCabbage wrote:
...I think some things Paizo should just make a call on- there's no need for "What alignments should Paladins be? (select up to 9)."

*Tics all 9 boxes, and hands in the playtest suggestion together with a box of (probably poisoned) cupcakes*

What? I believe that every Paladin no matter his/her/it's/whatever's divine, philosophical or ethical outlook deserves a chance to be run through with my sword!

Why? because I consider myself the very pinnacle of inclusive and non-discriminating Evil!


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Cole Deschain wrote:
PossibleCabbage wrote:

Seems likely that open minded entrepreneurs would be wise to investigate whether goblins, appropriately motivated to play nice, can be leveraged as an industrious and inexpensive work force for a lot of the dirty jobs that nobody really wants to do.

Like you can get them to gut the fish and also pay them largely in fish guts.

Gutting fish, cleaning squid, working in tanneries, checking sewers (and they can see in the dark, to boot- basically, let them live down there in exchange for keeping things running, so to speak), cleaning up at slaughterhouses, cleaning out old pickle barrels for re-use...

Released into trap filled corridors to trigger the traps, Planted in fields to make a renewable source of skin-papyrus, Sent into bear/wolf/animal dens to check if they are inhabited, Marched in front of your army (at spear point) as "Goblin-shields", Forced to be your personal food-taster/Cupbearer, A cheap alternative to the usual virgin sacrifices (heck you might get lucky and get a twofer - a goblin virgin sacrifice!)...

Their uses are legion!

You know...like their uses have always been! :P


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Just a Mort wrote:
Let them hit every bar!.

FTFY!

>_>

<_<

*Puts Kitty in a bag*

*Grins*

:P


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Just a Mort wrote:

But slaads are cute, aren't they?

*scratches little slaad on its head*

*Looks at slaad, with a slight look of disgust*

Cute? That Frog-Reptile-Demon-Thing?!

Pfff! Where's the spirit in the little guy...err...girl...whatever?? I mean there no tentacles!, no extraneous eyes, mouths or limbs! No spine chilling cuu-ing made by a throat, that was never suppose to make any sounds at all!

*Pushes slaad away with a booted foot, like he's pushing a fresh pile of manure out of the way*

Now this little guy/girl/thing/whatever is a real cutie!

*Places "baby" qlippoth on the ground, while scratching it behind the...errr...limb/mouth/tentacle/whatever.


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Just a Mort wrote:

Oh don't worry, I know I'm capable of a lot of horrifying things and am fully capable of becoming a fanatic, it's just whether I catch what is happening or am too tied up with moral indignation to notice.

I know fully well of the streak of darkness that lies within me, and there are times I wonder what would happen should it ever be unleashed. I honestly would rather not find out.

*starts thinking happy thoughts to exorcise ebul*

The sad thing is once I get into the "greater good" mode, I'll look at all the corpses I left along the way as "necessary sacrifices".

Regretful, but necessary.

Evil is such a loaded term!

You want to crate a utopian kingdom? Go right ahead! That is until someone disagrees or rebels with your vision of utopia. Then you learn the hard way, what we realists have always know, that all kingdoms are build on the bones of thousands.
You want to help others? Sure go ahead! There are always souls in need. Its almost like there born a new one ever minute! So prepare yourself to watch your line of needy slowly grow, however hard you toil to shrink it! Until such a time, that you learn you can't help everyone! The world is slowly being crushed under the weight of the despair, suffering and misery of the weak and feeble. What this world needs is triage, not mindless succor.

So am I Evil? Ha! You can call me whatever you want! I, as so many others, am simply doing what has to be done.


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Heathansson wrote:
heh heh ima warwoff

Well...

I might be the the physical representation of Kjeldorn's capacity for Evil!
Wanna fight about it?


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*flails annoyingly at the halo around his head*

This is gonna cost me all my street cred... *Mumble grumble*
Not to talk about the thing lighting up the place, when I wanna go to sleep!


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*Warms himself by the thread, humming joyfully*

Paladins?! Pfff...outdated concept! Heros come in all shapes and sizes these days! Why should an old hackneyed elitist exclusive group have the monopoly for heroics? or goodness and purity for the matter?

No I say! When 2.0 rolls around I hope they are put against the wall and put down! Hopefully another more deserving concept will rise from their ashes!

*Chuckles menacingly*

Might take most of their ilk with them! like 'Good' and 'Neutral' and all that hokum about being locked into a single moral state of being judged by some intangible, vague and untenable, yet thoroughly compromised "laws" too!

*Takes a swig of brandy, while staring into the flames of the thread*

Now Evil...
Evil you know where you have. Evil, you know, will always find a way.
Where would you're heros be without fiends to slay or brigands to hunt?
No Evil always stays. They may change much...but Me and my ilk will always be around.
Because you heroes need us, to feel 'good' about yourselves, to feel fulfilled, to feel a reason for you dreary existence!

*Takes another swig and burst of laughing*


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Sharoth wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Drejk wrote:

I could use a better computer for gaming...

*greedily eyes Impus Major's unused laptop*
Bad red dragon! No paladins for you!
Paladins are a good source of iron and protein.

And lots and lots of salt! (at least according to most board posts) ^^'


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Just a Mort wrote:
Drejk wrote:

I could use a better computer for gaming...

*greedily eyes Impus Major's unused laptop*
Bad red dragon! No paladins for you!

*Tosses a open bag of catnip besides Mort*

*While she's occupied, pushes a cart full of bound and gagged paladins into Drejk's cave*

*Twirls moustache, while rubbing his hands together and "laughing dastardly".


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Just a Mort wrote:

But.. You can shave right? BTW.. I'm not a beard fan. I associate beards with shaggy dogs and prefer clean shaven guys.

Right that was totally unfair but yeah I guess I couldn't help blurting it out.

*Gives Kitty a long hard look*

"No Tuna for you!"

*Tosses Kitty out the door, and goes back to combing his emaculate facial hair*


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

And this ain't the first airship story I've heard. I've got a Dragon Disciple who's a pryomaniac, who sensed something with his dragon senses(Blind sense), in the ship's engine room.

His answer? I cast fireball into the room. Cue...ship crashing.

Once upon a time I was running a 3.5 campaign, and the PCs tracked a bad guy to a sawmill. Their solution? Burn down the mill. I told them "You can do that, sure. Of course, it's the middle of the day and there are a couple of dozen workers there who may die if you do this." Their new solution? Yell "Fire! Fire!" to get the workers running, and then set the mill on fire. It worked. None of the workers died. The bad guy also ran away in the confusion, which my players thought was unfair. Apparently they believed that the bad guy either wouldn't hear the panicked screams, or that he would choose not to flee a burning sawmill.

Fire related stories huh...

Also back in ye olden 3.5 days I was playing in a intrigue/city based campaign.
We were all playing as dwarfs for some reason that escapes memory, but that's besides the point. We were in this large city that had been hit by multiple calamities, so it was part ruins and part city (ie the city rebuild 5 foot to the right of all the ruins), resulting in a "dead city" and a living one.
We had investigated a string of ritual murders in the area (the bodies were mostly dumped in the "dead city", thus outside the law mostly). However in do so, we might have steeped on the feet of some local gangs that roamed in the "dead city", mostly due to misunderstandings, jumping the gun or just plain old "you trying to mug me punk?!".
These just missteps escalated further as we began throwing weight around in the underworld to dig up clues to the murders (a player or two might also have their sights set on a future semi-legal enterprise...).
After multiple attempted muggings, getting s+$~ stolen from us, assaults and a ogre-gram (three ogres wearing thieves masks wanting to break our legs and telling us to skip town - yes in that order...). We had enough.
So we used our contacts to get the local low lives invited to a sit down/gambling turnement. We spend days getting the word out, making sure that the right people hear, while dissuading the common gamblers from trying to get in - it was a "made men" only event.
It was all going down in a relatively intact building in the "dead city" (we even fixed her up a bit to make things look fancy). Then the evening before the event, we soaked the building in lamp oil, hid a few barrals of the stuff in various parts of the building, and hug up a lot of filled oil lamps to give the impression that they were stinking up the place. We boarded up all the windows and exits (except one - ie the front door and second floor front windows), placed a wagon full of junk out in front of the back entrance, blocking it, and place some bear-trap there too for good measure.
So we invited our victims in, had them brought food and drink, had them begin the festivities...
And about an hour in, the party excuses it self, we lit the house on fire, one party member nailed the front door shut while the rest prepared weapons and crossbows out front, and waited for those who would bail from the second floor.
Sure we didn't get all of them, some escaped, some burned, but the front of the building was a slaughtering ground, and the message was sent (or at least we thought it was).

Still to this day "a gambling tournament" has a whole different meaning in that gaming group ^^'.


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Just a Mort wrote:
*climbs up a tree*

Ever seen 'Man's Best Friend' Mort?

Lets just say...

Trees don't always save cats

*Hjuk yuk yuk yuk*


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Freehold DM wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Who would have thought that we (not really me, but you get the idea) would be working with a petabyte of storage? Damn.

that is EXACTLY what i would use it for....

downloads ALL the porn

*Does his best Bane impression*

"Oh, you think porn is your ally, you merely adopted the smut. I was born in it, molded by it. I didn’t see decency until I was already a man; by then, it was nothing to me but blinding!..."

*Swirls his brandy, sipping from the glass with a haughty mien, while browsing hentai-foundry*


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Pandas? cute?

Pish posh!

I mainly use them for heating!

*Shovels more Panda-chunks into his furnace*


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Christmas day, oh Christmas day!
When family's here to stay!
Oh Christmas time, oh Christmas time!
Your driving me to a life of crime!


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Something something complete!


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NobodysHome wrote:

Fun things to do with a school shopping list: Think of horribly inappropriate uses for the ingredients:

- 40 lb flour
- 5 gallons molasses
  • Homemade tar babies?
  • Frat prank gone horribly, horribly wrong?
  • Krazy Kat Lady Home Ec project?
  • I'm also looking at the "80 lb pork tenderloin, 50 lb baby carrots" and thinking there's GOT to be something there, but not thinking of it right now...

    Hmmm...

    The stuff here's serviceable I guess...

    I'll give it a shake.

    1. Take the tenderloin and freeze it in rough club-like shape.

    2. Stalk someone you have it in for (arch-enemies, Paladins or the guy who's been using your parking spot..), until they are in a secluded location.

    3. Knock them out with your tenderloin club.

    4. Grease up your baby carrots with molasses, and shove them up the behind of your target, until they are properly stuffed with baby carrots.

    4a. Apply knock-outs with your tenderloin club as required during the process of 4 (might get harder if your tenderloin club thaws, but keep on whacking!).

    5. Write out a haunting message for your enemy with the rest of the molasses, detailing what your have done, that this is only the beginning, you'll haunt them forever...yada yada, you know, the entire villain speech thing.

    5a. Sprinkle your molasses manifest with flour. It'll give a bit of Christmas feeling (and make it more easily readable, you enemy might be a bit cross-eyed from the repeated tenderloin clubbing).

    6. Use the remaining flour to make a "flour-screen" to cover your escape.


    PossibleCabbage wrote:

    Regarding the "all gods should be able to endow mortal champions" line of thinking, is this something we could do, instead with Prestige classes?

    Sure! interesting option...

    Or...

    We could take the Paladin base class out back, behind the woodshed, and put it down.
    Gut it, skin it and properly prepare the carcass, so we could make a Paladin prestige class out of it.

    Possible ideas:
    - No spellcasting + spell list. -> gain +1 lvl of divine spellcasting class at lvls 3,5,7,9...
    - A feature much like the Dawnflower Anchorite Credence: Focused Class Feature , maybe 2 or 3 features in total...
    - Some kind of reworking of the classical Abilities that grants Cha to saves, attacks and so on. Mostly to limit serial-dipping...Maybe capping bonuses to your lvl in the prestige class...

    ...

    *Peers into the distance, spots the angry mob approaching!*

    ...

    Sorry got to go!

    *Flees under the barrage of insults, bottles, die and miscellaneous objects being hurled at him*


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    Scintillae wrote:
    Freehold DM wrote:
    Jess Door wrote:
    Freehold DM wrote:
    Jess Door wrote:

    Hm. Definitely Paladin. I want something about being addicted to stories and story telling, but can't find a good bard archetype about that. Maaaaybe I can stretch to Archeologist, because they research cool stories? But I'm not roguish. Meh.

    PrC: Loremaster.

    Or cat. Could I be a cat?

    be my animal companion as I am a lust wizard, apparently.
    I don't know. Are you high enough level that I could be an ocelot familiar, rather than a housecat?
    only if you let me call you revolver.
    Make sure you keep the proper medication on hand for ol' Revolver.

    Dammit! Its not a medical condition! It's a lifestyle choice!

    Show it loud and proud Revolver!


    *Looks in on his favorite Paladin thread*

    *Sees things have reached Godwin levels*

    *Tears up*

    Doctor Robotnik was right! Happiness is always so much more enjoyable when it's based on the misery of millions.

    *Looks dreamy eyed out of the window*

    Edit: *Throws a knife into the Thread, to see who goes for it first*


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    Mark Thomas 66 wrote:
    The difference between Vengeance and Retribution is PR. Ragathiel's Paladins don't bother making it sound pretty. The work needs to get done, and bystanders don't have to like it.

    I know! PR is so important.

    I'm still having problems getting the local paladins to understand that my camps are "Mandatory Public Works Projects" and not, as they put it, slave labour camps...

    Sigh...


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    Because there's a lot to hate?


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    Limeylongears wrote:
    Evil Kjeldorn wrote:
    Tacticslion wrote:
    Gunter the Penguin wrote:
    Tacticslion wrote:
    Doooooby-dooby-doooooo...
    Dooby dooby doo....

    You got the reference~!

    EDIT: ... would you believe I'd totally forgotten it was a beer ad, and was under the strong impression it was a cheese ad?

    We used to sing, "Doo-be-doo-be-doo; beware the penguine; doo-be-doo-be-doo; oooo~ooooh; doo-be-doo-be-doo: behold the poooowwwwweeerrrr of cheese~!" in high school (there were more lyrics, but I certainly am not going to remember them).

    Pfff... Ha!

    it's clearly a veiled reference to the euro-dance 1995 smash hit by Me & My!

    We Danes ruled the 90's!

    If you could go back to the 790s and do more burning, slaying and pillaging and less Whigfield, I think we'd all be a lot happier.

    *de-beverages!*

    Well, I've never!
    I mean, I know that our attempt to settle on the British isles weren't perfect!
    I'll be sure to tell the rest of the Danes to bring their A-game, next time we go on an almost 300 year long binge of murdering, looting, pillaging and enslavement.
    (Personally I blame the Norwegians!...and Swedes, for some reason).

    As for Whigfield...
    Weaponization tests in the middle 90's proved unsatisfactory. So we put our faith in "Project Bubblegum Dance"!

    *Wrings hands and laughs maniacally!*


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    Tacticslion wrote:
    Gunter the Penguin wrote:
    Tacticslion wrote:
    Doooooby-dooby-doooooo...
    Dooby dooby doo....

    You got the reference~!

    EDIT: ... would you believe I'd totally forgotten it was a beer ad, and was under the strong impression it was a cheese ad?

    We used to sing, "Doo-be-doo-be-doo; beware the penguine; doo-be-doo-be-doo; oooo~ooooh; doo-be-doo-be-doo: behold the poooowwwwweeerrrr of cheese~!" in high school (there were more lyrics, but I certainly am not going to remember them).

    Pfff... Ha!

    it's clearly a veiled reference to the euro-dance 1995 smash hit by Me & My!

    We Danes ruled the 90's!


    Predictions ehh...

    *Grins*

    The Shifter will be compared unfavorably to the Paladin.

    *Laughs maniacally*


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    Tacticslion wrote:

    Seriously considering starting something that is, in effect, not only an alignment thread, but one that touches on potentially political concepts. Like, for real.

    Help!

    Errr...

    "He who dares, wins"...?

    edit:

    better TL? ^^


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    Umbral Reaver wrote:
    Do you mean like this? (was posted on the Starfinder Discord)

    *Stops marching, puts on his monocle and puts his bubble pipe in his mouth*

    *Critically appraises the artwork*

    Valiant attempt! Cleavage is much approved!

    However the artist needs to know, that true pulp-armors protection increases with the amount of skin it shows off!
    Which is why I only wear my trusty furry loincloth and boots (and a leather circlet for truly epic combat encounters).

    *Resumes marching while humming "Now your a Man" by DVDA*

    Edit:

    Lord Fyre wrote:
    EltonJ wrote:
    Sexy power armor? What have I gotten myself into.
    Anime

    "All to Easy" .

    *Grins*


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    Lord Fyre wrote:
    EltonJ wrote:
    Evil Kjeldorn wrote:

    I, for one, approve of this message!

    Bring back the bare midriffs! And the very low cut tops!
    And space Amazones!
    And chainmail biki... hmmm... Nano-fabric bikinis!

    *Puts on his furry loincloth, furry boots and leather circlet.*

    *Makes a protest sign saying: "Put the Pulp back in Pulpy women!"*

    *Starts marching around in the thread*

    Are you all asking for more fan service?

    I believe so. ;)

    Yes!


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    I, for one, approve of this message!

    Bring back the bare midriffs! And the very low cut tops!
    And space Amazones!
    And chainmail biki... hmmm... Nano-fabric bikinis!

    *Puts on his furry loincloth, furry boots and leather circlet.*

    *Makes a protest sign saying: "Put the Pulp back in Pulpy women!"*

    *Starts marching around in the thread*


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    *reads thread*

    ...

    ...

    Now this is how you make a "Does the Paladin fall" thread!

    ...

    *Runs away from the angry mob*

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