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If you aren't required to wear the folio on your torso, I'm not going to require players to wear the shirt on their torso either.

Andoran ****

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None of my barbarians have or need pounce. The need for pounce is an optimization myth.

Andoran

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Balance is an impossible goal but one the game should still strive for. We should never accept the status quo as good enough.


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Male Half-Minotaur Bardbarian 6 l HP: 52/69 (0 nonlethal) l Init: +0 l AC: 17 [T: 10; FF: 17; CMD: 19*] l Fort: +12, Ref: +2, W: +7* l Per: +4
Resources:
Rage 8/10 | Inspire 10/10 | 1st Level Spells 4/4 | 2nd level Spells 1/1

Finding a clear space amid the coliseum’s floor, Bjorkus stands and clears his throat. He waits while those assembled one by one give him their attention and as more eyes fall on the bull, he feels an anxious energy welling up inside him unlike anything he’d felt in the arena before. When he thinks it’s finally time, he takes the bloody bundle off of Toramin’s back and speaks.

”I just escaped from Targ’s dungeons along with a couple dozen others the sod wanted to get rid of. It’d pissed him off when you approved of mercy in the arena and for that, he tried to lock me away in silence. In the dungeon under his fortress, his torturer did his worst with magic, poison, blades, and flame. He pushed me as far as my body could handle - far enough to kill me - but I wouldn’t be broken. No, Ares wasn’t broken but Targ the Twice-Taken was. Broken and dead!”

Bjorkus finishes with a roar as he unwraps and hefts the giant slaver’s bloody severed head high into the air with one massively muscled arm.

”But this wasn’t my victory or even the victory of those that escaped that dungeon alongside me. This was Akropash’s victory and Targ’s death is the first step toward a day when no man, woman, and child is owned; Toward an Akropash where no one is forced to suffer and die makin’ sods like Targ and his kind rich ever again; Toward a future where hope is more than just a pretty word!”

The bull grips Targ’s oversized blade and lifts it overhead alongside the severed head. The weapon was too unwieldy to be an effective weapon but it could still serve as a powerful symbol.

”Today is the day that we break our chains.”

”Today is the day we bring ruin down on those that have taken everything from us.”

”Today is the day that we show this city that it’s better a man die free than live even one more moment as a slave!”

***

Catching the sound of a drum beat in the crowd is all it takes to get the big bull started on a song.

Set to and shamelessly repurposed from this.

For too long we've watched, waited, and suffered in slaver's wake.
But now it's time to stand and fight and seize the bloody day.

No more will we die with nothing but a scream,
We'll rise and fight and show the world that freedom's not a dream!

Here we are
Don't turn away now
We are the warriors
That'll rebuild this town

Here we are
Don't turn away now
We are the warriors
That'll rebuild this town

The time has come
for those in chains to rise
and prove to all
through all the pain
our spirit's never died

To war we go
to cast down those above
and we'll battle on until this town
is free and whole - a place we all can love

Here we are
Don't turn away now
We are the warriors
That'll rebuild this town

Here we are
Don't turn away now
We are the warriors
That'll rebuild this town
We must

Here we are
Don't turn away now
We are the warriors
That'll rebuild this town

Here we are
Don't turn away now
We are the warriors
That'll rebuild this town
We must

Andoran

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I’d imagine people are reacting in this way because the OP seems to be suggesting that the character’s actions should prompt some sort of negative response. Does the dwarf needs to roll checks versus liver failure due to his alcohol consumption? Does the wizard slowly go blind from reading his spellbook too often? Why should the bard/barbarian/whatever need to deal with STDs and vengeful/murderous lovers? Does any of this sound especially fun?

Why is the dude/girl sleeping around the only one required to ‘deal with the consequences of their actions’?

Again, I highly recommend the OP (and anyone else in the OP’s shoes) talk to your players before you start up a narrative that involves humiliating their character.

Andoran

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It always amused me that some DMs were much more comfortable with murderous/psychopathic PCs than PCs having anything resembling a sexuality.

If the player’s character’s pursuits offend your or are disruptive, communicate that to him. Don’t come up with some sort of absurd magical STD or bizarre assassination plot and don’t try to ‘punish’ him for his character’s quirks. That’ll come off as petty and unproductive.


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

I can only assume you're kidding.

Andoran

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That part of the ability is not meant to make good weapons better. It's meant to make bad weapons comparable.


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Male Half-Minotaur Bardbarian 6 l HP: 52/69 (0 nonlethal) l Init: +0 l AC: 17 [T: 10; FF: 17; CMD: 19*] l Fort: +12, Ref: +2, W: +7* l Per: +4
Resources:
Rage 8/10 | Inspire 10/10 | 1st Level Spells 4/4 | 2nd level Spells 1/1

Omen:
Bjorkus wakes to blinding pain, the kind of pain that makes you nauseous and dizzy. The bull groans until he catches sight of the torturer again and he decides that, at that moment, he wanted nothing else in the world than to cave the bastard's skull in with his bare hands. Then again, he was just a puppet dancing on Targ's strings. Targ was just a puppet on the witch's strings.

Whose strings am I dancing on?

F!!! it. Killing him would make me feel better.

When the 'session' begins, Bjorkus finds himself in the past again.

For weeks and then months the rigging torments him. The pressure is mostly internal as the crew is too busy with their own day to day tasks to egg him on much but his failing eats away at the calf more and more. He can't let something as silly as some knotted rope get the better of him but there it is, an insurmountable obstacle. Soon his leg is well enough that he's able to walk on it unsupported but can't do it. Failure hurts too much.

Fort: 1d20 + 9 + 4 ⇒ (16) + 9 + 4 = 29
Will: 1d20 + 5 + 4 ⇒ (11) + 5 + 4 = 20


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Male Half-Minotaur Bardbarian 6 l HP: 52/69 (0 nonlethal) l Init: +0 l AC: 17 [T: 10; FF: 17; CMD: 19*] l Fort: +12, Ref: +2, W: +7* l Per: +4
Resources:
Rage 8/10 | Inspire 10/10 | 1st Level Spells 4/4 | 2nd level Spells 1/1

Omen:
Bjorkus groans in pain as the pale torturer goes to work. Even though he's loud, it's mostly instinct. He'd been captured and keelhauled before - that was pain. His thick hairy hide was littered with scars that were testament to the struggles he'd endured.

Fort: 1d20 + 9 + 4 ⇒ (8) + 9 + 4 = 21
Will: 1d20 + 5 + 4 ⇒ (16) + 5 + 4 = 25

As he passes in and out of consciousness his mind retreats into memory.

He's just a calf on-board the ship he was born to, the Man's Promise. His mother, the ship's weather-witch, encourages him to climb the rigging but his hooves are awkward and poorly made for the task. He falls, hard, and shatters a leg. The witch is quick to set the leg and mend it but now the rigging fills him with dread.


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Male Half-Minotaur Bardbarian 6 l HP: 52/69 (0 nonlethal) l Init: +0 l AC: 17 [T: 10; FF: 17; CMD: 19*] l Fort: +12, Ref: +2, W: +7* l Per: +4
Resources:
Rage 8/10 | Inspire 10/10 | 1st Level Spells 4/4 | 2nd level Spells 1/1

Omen:
I was actually midway through writing this when you posted.

Betrayed. Again.

During the struggle, his fury was all that mattered but after the weight of bodies overwhelmed him and oblivion took hold, Bjorkus finds himself alone with his thoughts.

His allies had stood silent and let his rallying cry die. Should he have been surprised? He'd assumed Heff was a unique kind of bastard. Maybe all land-goers lacked the honor he'd taken for granted in pirates. Not even the boy could find his courage and he'd fought and bled alongside him. He'd saved his life.

Fool. Always a fool.

Reflecting on the events following the Mad King's defeat, Bjorkus finds himself questioning his choices. He'd hoped to outgrow his father's legacy but everything after the Mad King's death had been one humiliating defeat after another. He'd always been a pawn in someone else's game.

Was his lost ship and crew truly his reasons for signing up for this madness? On the surface, perhaps. But if that was his only motivation, there was easier ways to accomplish his goals. He could have gone further up the coast and swindled someone out of their ship. He could have built up a new crew. He could have returned to his father...

I wanted to make a difference. I wanted to be a hero, he reflects. But I'm just a pirate king's bastard.

Does endurance apply against this stuff? It seems appropriate.


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"Pathetic", the girl scoffs. "Just like your hair."

"It's of little consequence. I'll be long gone before of this will matter."


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Male Garundi Cleric/Monk 11 (HP 120/153 | AC 25 T 21 FF 22 | Fort 19* Ref 13* Will 19* | Init +4 | Percp 11
CMB wrote:
Combat maneuvers areattack rolls, so you must roll for concealment and take any other penalties that would normally apply to an attack roll.

Think of it as a mounted grapple.

Andoran

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Use lots of weak creatures. His massive one-shots don't matter as much when its kills his target four times over.


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

About to watch Guardians.

#Slacking

Andoran

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Power creep sells books. It's an unavoidable fact.

Complaining about power creep is like complaining about inflation.


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

He'd be a decent warrior if he had a better head for numbers...

Tanith holds on tight and braces for the beast's retribution.

Spending an action point for diehard.

Andoran ****

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I never got tired of saying "I shoot a cat at it".

Andoran ****

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One of my players won a boon but I forgot to note it on my reporting sheet. Who should I contact?


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

I’m pretty sure it’s been like that since 3.5.

Yup. It has.


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Fine, kobolds and ifrits only. Definitely no hobbits.

Now where's that critical fumble chart at?


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

Is KC out until Thursday?

Edit: Four to Five hours. I read that as Forty Five hours.

Andoran

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MagusJanus wrote:
Feral wrote:

My favorite was the DM that claimed that slain bat swarms buried characters standing inside them and used avalanche/buried alive rules.

Yeah. It happened.

Ouch...

Did he ever improve?

Nope!

I have lots of other good ones from that guy or other bad DMs but I don't want to hog the thread. 'Dead bat swarms are a lethal hazard' was just one of my favorites.

Andoran

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My favorite was the DM that claimed that slain bat swarms buried characters standing inside them and used avalanche/buried alive rules.

Yeah. It happened.


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

I pinged Farrukh on Steam. He’s going to post in a minute.

High five for communication!

Andoran ****

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Your organizer was wrong and you handled the situation perfectly.

As a GM, your jobs are to tell a good story and help the players have fun. They don't know what the mod wants them to do and the idea of killing them for taking a leap of faith is toxic. The response you gave Torch was spot on. It validated the player's actions and served to get the plot back on track.

Pat yourself on the back. That's something that I've seen very veteran GMs consistently have a hard time with.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

The big Orc listens, recognizing in Nicatha the same kind of hopeless burden he carried around himself not too long ago.

When she's done, he points south (though he has no idea Zhavroma really is).

"I've had plenty of experience with prophecy these past few months and I'll tell ya one thing they all shared - they're b#*&+%+@. Magic can do a lotta things but nobody can tell the future, not really. We make our own fates - even if we need help 'long the way sometimes. You've gotta believe in yourself."

"They're out there. Corda, Drago, Harakhty and the others. We'll find a way back to 'em. But not if we're too busy worryin' over what's supposed to be."

Perception?: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (7) + 4 = 11


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Skaar grunts in surprise as he’s woken. Seeing it’s Nicatha, a grin forms between his thick tusks – it’d finally happened…

The hulking greenskin's growing arousal is swiftly squashed by the dusky-skinned beauty’s talk of shadow-realms and dragons.

”Ya, I was thinkin’ ‘bout that. She seems strong but I couldn’t let her go off and face somethin’ like that alone. It’s funny – Corda and I talked ‘bout me wrestlin’ a dragon someday. ‘Looks like that’s gunna be sooner rather than later.”


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The moment both circles are occupied, the ancient Azlanti magic triggers and the entire room flares to life as dozens of sigils, previously unseen, shine and literally move, scrolling across the walls as if the structure itself was alive.

”Structural damage detected…”

”Water levels critical…”

”Emergency release required…”

”DRAWING POWER…”

Both Pirknok and Jessamy feel their strength ebb away, slowly after first, as the dam draws on their life-force to power the dam’s mechanics. Massive gears within the walls can be heard grinding to life, opening the floodgates and relieving the pressure that threatens to smash Skull’s Crossing to splinters.

The pull grows stronger as more and more machinery whirs to life and what started as a gentle tug becomes a painful wrenching and then an agonizing tearing. Both heroes feel their life’s essence being literally ripped from their bodies as Krune’s ancient power ravages – rapes - its way through them. Any attempt to scream is silenced as the magic steals even the air from their lungs.

Eventually the pain gives way for gentle death and in that moment, both see images from their lives, past and present. Pirknok sees his Shoanti family, a hard life but not an unhappy one. A familiar ursine shape looms over him as a child. How long has death been following him?

Jessamy is seen as a child. A dirty servant-girl in a dirty frock. Her parents, hard-working honest folk, want the world for their daughter but it’s beyond their means. Despite the circumstances, sunlight has a tendency to settle on the happy little girl. Coincidence or something more?

Eventually both sets of visions fade and the pit fiends (for that’s what they truly are) are seen, bound by Karzoug when Skull’s Crossing – a tribute to his hubris - is ready for them. They were a prince and princess of Hell but before Karzoug’s power, they’re merely toys. Across generations they watch helplessly as each other wither and die. If such creatures could love, that is what they shared, but in the end all that remains of the consort is lifeless red dust... Karzoug laughs and as he does the scenery changes. Some of the scenes are too familiar. Is this the present?

After an eternity, but what was only a few seconds, the magic’s pull ends and Jessamy and Pirknok are free to stumble away.

Both get 4 negative levels.

Andoran

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I feel like you guys didn't read the OP.

He wants to challenge his optimized players. His optimized players cry foul when something appears to challenge them. He doesn't like this.

Making things X% harder isn't going to address his problem.

Andoran

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You're hitting the inevitable conclusion of optimization: an unplayable game.

At this point you've only got a couple options.

A) Nerf the optimized characters or ask them to nerf themselves.

B) Just run the game as you were before and let the players steamroll everything.

Anything else is likely to end in hurt feelings and frustration on one side of the table (or both).

The first step is to level with your players and find out what they want from the game. "Sorry guys but I don't think I can offer you a challenging experience if things continue like this. Do you want me to reign things in a bit or just continue as we have been?"

Andoran

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Mythic, as a system, is very poorly designed. It takes a cool idea -Pathfinder Super Heroes - and just turns it into another wrinkle (a huge wrinkle) of system mastery and optimization. The fun and interesting options are drastically outweighed by the numerically powerful and optimal choices. In the end, it's just normal Pathfinder dialed up to ~Power Level 9000.

I'd planned starting my own Wrath PBP here but minus the mythic rules entirely for the PCs. I'm curious what the interest would be like.

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As much as there's stuff about PFS that disappoints me, Wizards has disappointed me 100x worse. I'll be sticking with Paizo/PFS for the foreseeable future.

So in short: No, there's nothing to look forward to except the promise that Pathfinder RPG/PFS won't turn into 4e/LFR.

Andoran

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A lot of this is going to be on the DM. If your DM runs things at 100% efficiency, things are going to be leagues harder than intended.


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

I'm disappointed by what I'm seeing.

I think it may be time for everyone to sign on for some weight training. Note that the only person that landed the aid roll was the guy that joined Tanith for his workout.

Andoran

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Don't come to these forums for character building advice. This place is dominated by extreme optimizers and you're going to have a very hard time getting help building characters that are effective but within reason.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Skaar waits for Godrick and Sadhana to finish their business, silently daydreaming on how this cult of immortal warrior women pass the time...


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Sitting down for Spider-Man soon. Assume Skaar says inappropriate things.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

While waiting for an answer, Skaar shamelessly adjusts the large bulge in his leggings.


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

With the first and second floors looted, Tanith retrieves Filge and brings him downstairs along with Carina (and anyone else that wants to tag along) for questioning.

”Okay Red, be ready to blow him up if he tries anything”, the big man warns with a smirk before pouring the contents of a healing potion down the wizard’s throat. ”Time to wake up.”


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Pfft. No.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Wow, just shoot an orc's dreams down why don't you.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Heh, I wouldn't call it hostile but I do agree it's a little awkward. I tend to prefer non-magical solutions to non-magical problems but Nicatha is an inherently magical character so it makes sense.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Happy with her ferocity, Skaar answers Corda with a bass chuckle. "Sorry 'bout that Wildcat. Nicatha and Harakhty thought they might have a way to keep you and Valwick safe for Sefirous and his kind."

"I'll talk to the girls."


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

If Tanith didn't have a thing for Carina before, he's definitely in love now.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Skaar roars his approval and cheers with an intensity far from appropriate for such a formal event. "Kiss the bride!"


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

Math isn't one of Kord's domains.

You won't provoke either way. It's currently wrasslin' Tanith. When you're grappling you can't take AoOs.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Skaar looks at the clothing as if it was poison now.

"Uh, thanks. How much do I owe you?" he asks the Vishkanya.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 117/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 4/4 | Mythic Power 5/9

Skaar grows a bit alarmed at the realization that he didn't entirely understand what he was signing up for. "Nothin' too tight. My cock needs to breath", the orc explains coarsly as he grips the slab of meat in his leggings.


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Male Suel Sacred Fist/Godling 6 | 36/67 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 17 [touch 17, FF 13], Fort +12, Ref +9, Will +9; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 3/5 | 1st: Divine Favor x2, Remove Fear, Bless 2nd: Shield Other, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Smites 5/5 | Action Points 7/8

Bah! Cuetzpalli is hulking and Tanith is only big? Big?!

It takes a lot of dedication to get guns like these.

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