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Pathfinder Society Member. 12,083 posts (12,208 including aliases). 82 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 10 aliases.


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Ashiel wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
But, oh Great and Powerful Ashiel, the way these proclamations are worded is a part of BBEG's plan. They are not what the PCs are ultimately rebelling against. You really should give the AP a read before jusging it solelybading on the Player's Guide.

I want you to consider how stupid the premise of rebelling against a thing you don't know about is. Yes, there is nerfarious stuff going on behind the scenes. But like with many APs, it's really behind the scenes. It's nothing that is known. It's not why the rebellion occurs. On the outside, the supposedly super oppressive government is literally not super oppressive and most of the proclamations are actually obviously beneficial and a non-hindrance to the average citizen.

Trying to say "But there's really bad stuff that the PCs aren't aware of, and that's why the PCs should rebel" should in and of itself demonstrate why it's dumb.

The stuff quickly unfolds in the first adventure, becomes glaringly visible to the PCs and is the actual cause for the rebellion. You really should read the things you want to argue about first.

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JiCi wrote:
None of us (x2)

I'm not sure you can claim being present within the mind of everybody in the thread.

Look, where you are and what are you thinking today might not be who you are and what you think several years down the road at point where Paizo might publish an AP vaguely similar to the one you outlined here. You could be still the super cool guy who is fine with this, but you could also be somebody who litigates for living.

And don't worry, people reacting hostile to my advice is something like 50% of the job.

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Yeah, Tiamat was basically namdropped so that everybody including her in their home games doesn't have to do headcanon in order to have her in the setting.

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But, oh Great and Powerful Ashiel, the way these proclamations are worded is a part of BBEG's plan. They are not what the PCs are ultimately rebelling against. You really should give the AP a read before jusging it solelybading on the Player's Guide.

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Can I request Reiko in a goth loli maid outfit? And no probs with such outfit revealing anything related to the "is Reiko a boy or a girl?" situation, Alto Saotome made a precedent that your gender doesn't matter when it comes to that particular costume.

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We need a "Dance Hall Manager" bard archetype badly.

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No, I've just met my share of clients whose fun thought experiments devolved into something much uglier a couple years down the road. And your "without being reminded how other people reduce creative fun into monetary opportunities" mindset is EXACTLY the mindset of people who to court over somebody taking their forum post and turning it into profit without their consent or participation.

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Zaister wrote:
The only thing you can achieve by pitching something like that here is make sure that Paizo will certainly not create an adventure path in that vein.

To expand upon Zaister's thought - it's because the last Paizo wants to is to wrestle with a lawsuit.

Or rather - the last thing they want to is to have you lose the lawsuit, because of the " Users posting messages to the site automatically grant Paizo Inc the royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, nonexclusive right and license to use, reproduce, modify, adapt, publish, translate, sublicense, copy and distribute such messages throughout the world in any media." boilerplate.

Which means that by posting here, all your ideas are belong to Paizo. So before you post any works of yours that would not fall under the OGL anyway, think twice.

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I actually like the "good guys are dumb" idea, quite realistic.

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Hayato Ken wrote:

Orcs were also in Giantslayer.

While Giantslayer is well done, it´s not really spectacular or outstanding.
Old school is overrated, especially in the light of everyone understanding something different there, up to different genres and times. I just had a big discussion with some 50+ year old players about that term and for them it´s not about dungeons, dragons, giants or whatever, but more a style of play, mainly the absence of a clear plot and story. Instead the players are supposed to develop that somehow.

Something that should also not be forgotten are modules.
There´s several modules catering to stuff like orcs, dungeons, etc.
Unfortunately none for Tian Xia.

In the context of D&D, "old school" means a combination of:

- streamlined rulesets (no splatbooks),
- balance? what's balance?
- no weaboo wuxia anime video game 'fighter does anything apart swinging his/her sword' bull,
- strong GM control over the game (no magic items for you unless the adventure says so etc.),
- adventures focused on combat and dungeon crawling,
- strong adherence to genre tropes (Paladins must be LG, it's Orcs->Ogres->Giants->Dragons).

and it is far from overrated, given what runaway success 5e is with "old school" folks.

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What are those "paper books" you people keep talking about? I thought we hunted down and digitized the last survivors in 2025...

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It never ceases to amaze me how strongly people feel about "Good" in D&D. I mean, you can put pretty much anything in a book about demons/devils - from baby-eating skin-wearing chainsaw-wielding splatter to "vaguely CNish bordering on redemption" and everybody is cool, except that one person who was tricked by their (ha!) friends into watching Martyrs and how as a panic trigger button that goes off every time the topic of flaying somebody's skin alive is brought up.

But put out a book about heavens and you suddenly get folks get up their arms about things such as their ideal vision of what celestials should look like, what their mental stats should be, what 'goodness' exactly is, how Arshea shouldn't be Good because she's really CN or how Ragathiel is really LE (yep, I'm a bit guilty of the last one) and what pronouns should be used in the context of ultimate benevolence.

I mean, folks, take a walk, go to a church, talk to Father Spirit, experience some divine transcendence on the top of the impossible mountain and realise that this is just a game of pretend-elves.

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Morlaf wrote:
Cyrad wrote:
Morlaf wrote:
so that you can tell me, in your opinion what compensates for a drop of BAB from 1 to 3/4?

You can't make up for it unless you give them spellcasting or something similar to spellcasting. This is the point everyone else is trying to make. This is a game design issue.

The BAB is why you want to play a martial. With rare exception, 3/4 BAB is reserved for 6-level arcane spellcasters or 9-level divine spellcasters. By lowering a barbarian's BAB, you only encourage players to prefer spellcasters over martials. Since magic is supposed to be rare in your campaign, this will create the exact opposite effect you're trying to accomplish.

If you're determined to lower the barbarian's and other martial's BAB to 3/4, your options are:

A) Ban 6-level and 9-level spellcasters.
B) Completely rework all martial classes from scratch with a complete suite of class features comparable to spellcasting. This would require an insane amount of work and be very difficult to balance.

thanks for that - I see where you are coming from.

Do you not believe that a power (lets call it Warp Spasm for now) that works like an enhanced Rage that grants them increased str/con, an area affect damage, an extra attack, nat. armour, dam. red., fast heal, reach, size increase etc can ever compensate?

Well, if those Warp Spasm powers will be random, your 3/4 BAB Barbarian could end up with, say, darkvision, 10' reach, Fast Healing 5 and AoE fire damage attack ... which means that he still sucks at combat compared to any full BAB class.

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With CotCT hardcover this year, I doubt Paizo will be able to squeeze one more big book in.

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A Galt AP is not in the cards for anytime soon. Also, the developer of the "after Strange Aeons AP" is Crystal Frasier. Take what you want from that fact, but I'm betting on a healthy dose of weird, colorful and corgis.

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The inevitable Distant Worlds AP.

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Iron Paint wrote:

Give us the Zaratan sea turtle.

It's a giant sea turtle with an ecosystem on its back. Because it lives practically forever and almost never fully submerges and sleeps most of the time, the "island" on its back is covered with tropical plants, animals, people, and sometimes even unaware monsters. Rather than beaing something to fight (though you can try if you'd like), it is a creature perfect for a small adventure. Imagine the shock of the PCs when they discover that they're trapped on a giant sea turtle swimming through the ocean. The zaratan's armor makes it almost impenetrable, especially since the top of its shell is covered with earth and plants and rocks or even a tiny little mountain. It lives on a diet of giant squids, sacrifices from islanders, seaweed clusters, and basically anything else that strays into its water vacuuming turtle beak. PLEAS ADD ZARATAN TO BESTIARY 6. My sister and I have bean looking forward to one since the very start since it was one of my favorite creatures in Advanced D&D 2nd edition. Pathfinder is now the only tabletop RPG I play and I wish for the very best of Bestiary content. You never fail to deliver and I am always impressed by your published works. ision/latest?cb=20140107015222

Already done a long time ago - the stats for "turtle/island" are in Patfhinder AP #27 and on Archives of Nethys. Granted, it could use a reprint in a Bestiary at some point :)

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Aaakif, Son of Jafar
CN Half-orc (formerly Suli) Bloodrager

CN Human (Varisian) Rogue (unchained)

N Gnome Aquatic Druid

Sandra Quinn
CN Human Cleric of Besmara

CN Tiefling Occultist

Reign of Winter

CN Dwarf Foehammer Fighter

Hasperim the Great and Mighty
NG (sliding towards N) Aasimar/Skinwalker (don't ask) Conjurer Wizard

LN Snowcaster Elf Ancient Lorekeeper Occult Oracle

Ulfrida the Reader
N Human (Ulfen) Order of the Tome Cavalier

LN Human (Jadwiga) Urban Ranger

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Romance is dead. I'm up for Sexual Adventures.

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I guess this AP was truly meant to be played by a party of a Dwarven (axe and shield) Fighter, Human (wands of cure light wounds? never needed one!) Cleric, Elven (fireball-swinging) Maic-User and Halfling (vanilla) Thief.

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Ultimate Adventures ;)

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Myfly wrote:
Andrew L Klein wrote:
Mummy's Mask will be indefinitely delayed due to the upcoming Betrayal follow up...
Misspelled "de" --> *Infinitely* delayed.

"Indefinitely" is a perfectly proper and accurate English word.

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I hope we get previews soon.

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Barachiel Shina wrote:

You know how hard it is to get more Inevitables, Proteans and Aeons for a campaign?! Or even a Law vs Chaos themed AP at some point?

But it's ok to make the umpteenth demon/devil/celestial and the "must stop demon/giant/dragon horde" theme again and again.

Turns out, that for some incomprehensibly complicated reason, PCs fight Evil outsiders more often than they face Neutral ones. I dunno, maybe you have some theory as how it's possible?

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Yep, there's a world of difference between how Sailor Scouts, Puella Magi Madoka Magica girls and Ryuko/Satsuki fight.

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JiCi wrote:

Here's something worth asking: How do most players see "horror" these days? Should the book focus on "horrifying/terrifying" elements or "disturbing/depraved" elements?

Should GMs try to scare players... or should they make them feel uneasy?

I'm asking this because the horror genre kinda got diluded over the years. Back then, it was all about scaring people with frightening imagery, but these days, it's... almost attending a biology class, as the "horror" factor is more gory than scary.

Both elements should be present, as "horror" is everything from ghost stories to splatter-gore.

And I disagree that horror is all about gore these days. Many recent outstanding additions to the genre across all media, from The Babadok and The Conjuring to SOMA, Alien:Isolation and Five Nights at Freddy's all short on splatter and high on dread and scare by ambience

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*Fondly recalls the 1991 uproar among D&D grogs that a game about being an amoral vampire monster is actually popular*

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I'd take a Household Shepherd druid with focus on cats, hamsters and dogs any day. Imagine fighting the bad guys in the city streets when the Household Shepherd calls every cat, dog, parrot, badger and pet snake from the neighbourhood to his or her aid.

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Oh crapsticks, Germany has an edge over France, man the trenches, prepare the dragon's teeth, ze Panzers arrr coming!

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James Jacobs wrote:
Drejk wrote:
What is official pronunciation of "jadwiga"?

It's a real world name, so the internet can help with this one.

All due the respect, but that automated generator is bull. Here's the real deal.

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Coming up next: defecation - move, standard or full round?

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CorvusMask wrote:
Nutcase Entertainment wrote:
CorvusMask wrote:
On time travel stuff, couldn't it possibly happen in "PCs are thrown back into replica of world in past" way so that whatever they do doesn't actually happen, but they can learn lots of stuff from the past?
Same "Paizo has to create that past".
But its not like paizo has to detail whole word, just the nation/area that adventure would take place in .-.

They'll still want to kill Hitler instead of doing whatever they were supposed to do in the first place.

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But I can perfectly see him saying 'no, because it won't sell'. Paizo is a business.

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QuidEst wrote:
*shrugs* They're going to make it for Android too, presumably unless it bombs. Android development costs more and takes longer.

This. If you're developing an app for iOS, you need to keep a short list of first party devices in mind. If you're developing for Droid, it's everything from the current flagships to your momma's Cyanogen-powered washing machine.

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What about Blackberry? Tizen? Meego? Symbian? Firefox OS?

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Besides, one day the d20pfsrd guy might decide that raising kiwi birds in Nepal is a better business than selling RPG books and pull the plug on the site.

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Why yes. Laphroaig and Belvenie are my two faves, for obviously very different reasons. However, since budget isn't infinite, I usually resort to Grant's Ale Cask or Vat 69 as far as inexpensive sippage goes.

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I'm pretty sure Grandmaster Torch is one.

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Sorry, can't help you here, Pathfinder has no stats for deities.

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It's yah-rah-chev-skee.

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I think it's less the vocal minorities and more the fact that the sales of Mythic Adventures didn't exactly float the boat strongly enough to warrant further expansions.

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by Dr. Gerard Nolst Trenité
(Netherlands, 1870-1946)

Dearest creature in creation
Studying English pronunciation,
I will teach you in my verse
Sounds like corpse, corps, horse and worse.

I will keep you, Susy, busy,
Make your head with heat grow dizzy;
Tear in eye, your dress you'll tear;
Queer, fair seer, hear my prayer.

Pray, console your loving poet,
Make my coat look new, dear, sew it!
Just compare heart, hear and heard,
Dies and diet, lord and word.

Sword and sward, retain and Britain
Mind the latter how it's written).
Made has not the sound of bade,
Say - said, pay - paid, laid but plaid.

Now I surely will not plague you
With such words as vague and ague,
But be careful how you speak,
Say: gush, bush, steak, streak, break, bleak,

Previous, precious, fuchsia, via
Recipe, pipe, studding-sail, choir;
Woven, oven, how and low,
Script, receipt, shoe, poem, toe.

Say, expecting fraud and trickery:
Daughter, laughter and Terpsichore,
Branch, ranch, measles, topsails, aisles,
Missiles, similes, reviles.

Wholly, holly, signal, signing,
Same, examining, but mining,
Scholar, vicar, and cigar,
Solar, mica, war and far.

From "desire": desirable - admirable from "admire",
Lumber, plumber, bier, but brier,
Topsham, brougham, renown, but known,
Knowledge, done, lone, gone, none, tone,

One, anemone, Balmoral,
Kitchen, lichen, laundry, laurel.
Gertrude, German, wind and wind,
Beau, kind, kindred, queue, mankind,

Tortoise, turquoise, chamois-leather,
Reading, Reading, heathen, heather.
This phonetic labyrinth
Gives moss, gross, brook, brooch, ninth, plinth.

Have you ever yet endeavoured
To pronounce revered and severed,
Demon, lemon, ghoul, foul, soul,
Peter, petrol and patrol?

Billet does not end like ballet;
Bouquet, wallet, mallet, chalet.
Blood and flood are not like food,
Nor is mould like should and would.

Banquet is not nearly parquet,
Which exactly rhymes with khaki.
Discount, viscount, load and broad,
Toward, to forward, to reward,

Ricocheted and crocheting, croquet?
Right! Your pronunciation's OK.
Rounded, wounded, grieve and sieve,
Friend and fiend, alive and live.

Is your R correct in higher?
Keats asserts it rhymes with Thalia.
Hugh, but hug, and hood, but hoot,
Buoyant, minute, but minute.

Say abscission with precision,
Now: position and transition;
Would it tally with my rhyme
If I mentioned paradigm?

Twopence, threepence, tease are easy,
But cease, crease, grease and greasy?
Cornice, nice, valise, revise,
Rabies, but lullabies.

Of such puzzling words as nauseous,
Rhyming well with cautious, tortious,
You'll envelop lists, I hope,
In a linen envelope.

Would you like some more? You'll have it!
Affidavit, David, davit.
To abjure, to perjure. Sheik
Does not sound like Czech but ache.

Liberty, library, heave and heaven,
Rachel, loch, moustache, eleven.
We say hallowed, but allowed,
People, leopard, towed but vowed.

Mark the difference, moreover,
Between mover, plover, Dover.
Leeches, breeches, wise, precise,
Chalice, but police and lice,

Camel, constable, unstable,
Principle, disciple, label.
Petal, penal, and canal,
Wait, surmise, plait, promise, pal,

Suit, suite, ruin. Circuit, conduit
Rhyme with "shirk it" and "beyond it",
But it is not hard to tell
Why it's pall, mall, but Pall Mall.

Muscle, muscular, gaol, iron,
Timber, climber, bullion, lion,
Worm and storm, chaise, chaos, chair,
Senator, spectator, mayor,

Ivy, privy, famous; clamour
Has the A of drachm and hammer.
Pussy, hussy and possess,
Desert, but desert, address.

Golf, wolf, countenance, lieutenants
Hoist in lieu of flags left pennants.
Courier, courtier, tomb, bomb, comb,
Cow, but Cowper, some and home.

"Solder, soldier! Blood is thicker",
Quoth he, "than liqueur or liquor",
Making, it is sad but true,
In bravado, much ado.

Stranger does not rhyme with anger,
Neither does devour with clangour.
Pilot, pivot, gaunt, but aunt,
Font, front, wont, want, grand and grant.

Arsenic, specific, scenic,
Relic, rhetoric, hygienic.
Gooseberry, goose, and close, but close,
Paradise, rise, rose, and dose.

Say inveigh, neigh, but inveigle,
Make the latter rhyme with eagle.
Mind! Meandering but mean,
Valentine and magazine.

And I bet you, dear, a penny,
You say mani-(fold) like many,
Which is wrong. Say rapier, pier,
Tier (one who ties), but tier.

Arch, archangel; pray, does erring
Rhyme with herring or with stirring?
Prison, bison, treasure trove,
Treason, hover, cover, cove,

Perseverance, severance. Ribald
Rhymes (but piebald doesn't) with nibbled.
Phaeton, paean, gnat, ghat, gnaw,
Lien, psychic, shone, bone, pshaw.

Don't be down, my own, but rough it,
And distinguish buffet, buffet;
Brood, stood, roof, rook, school, wool, boon,
Worcester, Boleyn, to impugn.

Say in sounds correct and sterling
Hearse, hear, hearken, year and yearling.
Evil, devil, mezzotint,
Mind the z! (A gentle hint.)

Now you need not pay attention
To such sounds as I don't mention,
Sounds like pores, pause, pours and paws,
Rhyming with the pronoun yours;

Nor are proper names included,
Though I often heard, as you did,
Funny rhymes to unicorn,
Yes, you know them, Vaughan and Strachan.

No, my maiden, coy and comely,
I don't want to speak of Cholmondeley.
No. Yet Froude compared with proud
Is no better than McLeod.

But mind trivial and vial,
Tripod, menial, denial,
Troll and trolley, realm and ream,
Schedule, mischief, schism, and scheme.

Argil, gill, Argyll, gill. Surely
May be made to rhyme with Raleigh,
But you're not supposed to say
Piquet rhymes with sobriquet.

Had this invalid invalid
Worthless documents? How pallid,
How uncouth he, couchant, looked,
When for Portsmouth I had booked!

Zeus, Thebes, Thales, Aphrodite,
Paramour, enamoured, flighty,
Episodes, antipodes,
Acquiesce, and obsequies.

Please don't monkey with the geyser,
Don't peel 'taters with my razor,
Rather say in accents pure:
Nature, stature and mature.

Pious, impious, limb, climb, glumly,
Worsted, worsted, crumbly, dumbly,
Conquer, conquest, vase, phase, fan,
Wan, sedan and artisan.

The TH will surely trouble you
More than R, CH or W.
Say then these phonetic gems:
Thomas, thyme, Theresa, Thames.

Thompson, Chatham, Waltham, Streatham,
There are more but I forget 'em -
Wait! I've got it: Anthony,
Lighten your anxiety.

The archaic word albeit
Does not rhyme with eight - you see it;
With and forthwith, one has voice,
One has not, you make your choice.

Shoes, goes, does [1]. Now first say: finger;
Then say: singer, ginger, linger.
Real, zeal, mauve, gauze and gauge,
Marriage, foliage, mirage, age,

Hero, heron, query, very,
Parry, tarry, fury, bury,
Dost, lost, post, and doth, cloth, loth,
Job, Job, blossom, bosom, oath.

Faugh, oppugnant, keen oppugners,
Bowing, bowing, banjo-tuners
Holm you know, but noes, canoes,
Puisne, truism, use, to use?

Though the difference seems little,
We say actual, but victual,
Seat, sweat, chaste, caste, Leigh, eight, height,
Put, nut, granite, and unite

Reefer does not rhyme with deafer,
Feoffer does, and zephyr, heifer.
Dull, bull, Geoffrey, George, ate, late,
Hint, pint, senate, but sedate.

Gaelic, Arabic, pacific,
Science, conscience, scientific;
Tour, but our, dour, succour, four,
Gas, alas, and Arkansas.

Say manoeuvre, yacht and vomit,
Next omit, which differs from it
Bona fide, alibi
Gyrate, dowry and awry.

Sea, idea, guinea, area,
Psalm, Maria, but malaria.
Youth, south, southern, cleanse and clean,
Doctrine, turpentine, marine.

Compare alien with Italian,
Dandelion with battalion,
Rally with ally; yea, ye,
Eye, I, ay, aye, whey, key, quay!

Say aver, but ever, fever,
Neither, leisure, skein, receiver.
Never guess - it is not safe,
We say calves, valves, half, but Ralf.

Starry, granary, canary,
Crevice, but device, and eyrie,
Face, but preface, then grimace,
Phlegm, phlegmatic, ass, glass, bass.

Bass, large, target, gin, give, verging,
Ought, oust, joust, and scour, but scourging;
Ear, but earn; and ere and tear
Do not rhyme with here but heir.

Mind the O of off and often
Which may be pronounced as orphan,
With the sound of saw and sauce;
Also soft, lost, cloth and cross.

Pudding, puddle, putting. Putting?
Yes: at golf it rhymes with shutting.
Respite, spite, consent, resent.
Liable, but Parliament.

Seven is right, but so is even,
Hyphen, roughen, nephew, Stephen,
Monkey, donkey, clerk and jerk,
Asp, grasp, wasp, demesne, cork, work.

A of valour, vapid, vapour,
S of news (compare newspaper),
G of gibbet, gibbon, gist,
I of antichrist and grist,

Differ like diverse and divers,
Rivers, strivers, shivers, fivers.
Once, but nonce, toll, doll, but roll,
Polish, Polish, poll and poll.

Pronunciation - think of Psyche! -
Is a paling, stout and spiky.
Won't it make you lose your wits
Writing groats and saying 'grits'?

It's a dark abyss or tunnel
Strewn with stones like rowlock, gunwale,
Islington, and Isle of Wight,
Housewife, verdict and indict.

Don't you think so, reader, rather,
Saying lather, bather, father?
Finally, which rhymes with enough,
Though, through, bough, cough, hough, sough, tough??

Hiccough has the sound of sup...
My advice is: GIVE IT UP!

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GreyWolfLord wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
If you have a problem with moderator decisions, and you obviously have one that's the size of a great white whale, email .

We'll change the subject back to woman in gaming.

We know that Paizo's leader is a lady, I imagine they have some RPG game time as well.

Lisa is a co-author, producer and manager of RPGs since late 80s. She was one of the people behind the original editions of Ars Magica and Vampire: the Masquerade. Her RPG street cred makes most gentlemen in the business look late younglings who barely joined the hobby.

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If you have a problem with moderator decisions, and you obviously have one that's the size of a great white whale, email .

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My second name is Jaraczewski. It's a human name from planet Earth. I dare you, I double dare you undereducated 'muricans to pronounce it correctly. You won't, unless you have a degree in Slavic studies or you hail from either Chicago or NY's Greenpoint.

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I'm running Skulls and Shackles for 5 PCs and what I did was skip a part of the second adventure so that they are one level behind the progression assumed in the AP. It's working like a charm.

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Yup, on the cosmic scale, final blades rank very low on the scale of issues Pharasma has to deal with.

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Team Alpha (random string of unconnected adventures since 2009): All Alpha Males. Pass the testosterone and the smelly socks, we're 'core.

Team Hedgehog (Skulls'n'Shackles): 3 ladies, 2 gentlemen.

Team Winter (Reign of Winter, duh): 2 ladies, 3 gentlemen.

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