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Pathfinder Society Member. 5,875 posts (6,101 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 5 aliases.


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Juda de Kerioth wrote:

MCU Avengers 2 AoU sucks so hard, and it is so lame... waste of money even for fanboys.

Weak plot, lame story, worst acting than before... the best actors in the movie was Ultron and Hulk... And those were maded by CGI.

2.1 hours to see nothing at all... the final credits ending promises much more but if this one was so lame... dude, im getting down from the entire MCU movies at all.
Hope Punisher will be better as Daredevil is.

Thankfully, you are in an extreme minority.

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I'm actually "first strike" kind of guy. Any kind of temper tantrum or messing with the game on the level that guy did, and the player's out.

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Read about it here

I'm stoked.

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A Pathfinder chronicles series of films could be done. Anything imaginable.

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Oh god, please nothing penned by Elaine Cunningham should ever be filmed. Ever.

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The last 6-8 episodes weren't meant to happen. The sason finale was supposed to be Jim starting work at Arkham. But they got an extention.

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His character was a chaotic good rogue.

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She's a calming influence on him.

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Hm, I guess in Russia. In Serbia they are two completely separate names.

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Natasha and Natalya are two different Slavic names.

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MCU is Natasha AFAIK.

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Raynor got like 15 years older. Or 20.

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Feral wrote:
I really hope they don't Worf Hulk.

Oh, trust me, they very much don't.

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I love practical effect, when they don't exceed their grasp.

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@ Treppa. Natasha. Her name is Natasha.

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This is the full cinematic trailer. I love it.

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I made a script that autocorrects me when I type BRIAN BLESSED with any letter in lowercase.

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They are making a, Ant-Man movie.

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The 1999 character portraits were terribly rendered, good for that time, but still oh god. Her face was kinda horse-ey though.

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It was also spoken in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, in a particularly badass manner.

But Thor had awesome badass moments in that show a lot.

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I hope they get to fight with a few Ultron drones and we get to actually see how freaking dangerous they are.

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Jaelithe wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Not gonna happen. The hulk is always ready to take over and save puny Banner.

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Which are dubious? Almost all of them make sense to me.

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They can consult him. He can fix the problems.

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It seems like a crappy GM

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The Alkenstarian wrote:
I have literally seen him not accept natural 20s on intimidate checks in 3.5 and Pathfinder

Just this. A nat 20 is not an automatic success in those two systems.

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Lord Snow wrote:
I think it's because of the media. These days it's so full of porn and violence. No wonder our world is collapsing.

I think you're right. It must be that.

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Drizzt of the Icewind Dale trilogy maybe. But Bruenor will take the spotlight immediately. Especially if they get BRIAN BLESSED to portray him.

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Except you're missing the part where Natasha is an incredible badass who is also incredibly broken inside. She's not some weak woman who can't help herself.

KapeCodRPGer wrote:
I just wish Thor said the line from the comic.

Which one?

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Just seen the movie. Loved it. Really loved the Hulkbuster fight.

Also got Avengers: Civil War as a present.

Nifty

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Screened. The dude that I dumped used to play with me a lot.

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Setup.

I'm running Pathfinder for a new group of players. Two of which played PF before, and three are playing it for the first time.

So, we spend about three hours generating characters, mostly because one of the players is insanely thorough and insists on reading through spell descriptions before picking spells for his spellbook. Two players that already played are getting annoyed, because they finished their characters in the first forty five minutes.

Than the game begins and things generally go around well. The party has some background thought up by the players so they are not complete strangers and are kinda used to working together, vaguely aware of others strengths and weaknesses.

The game is happening in a large city. One of the PCs, played by a player who is a PF veteran, is a native of the city. The rest are newcomers. So I hope to use him to supply some lore, and, privately, he agrees to do that for me from time to time.

So they come into a possession of a mysterious locket and a text written in a strange, moving script, and they begin deciphering, going around finding things necessary to do so and generally working pretty well together.

The note turns out to be a message that if interpreted correctly should lead them to the old clock tower of the city where they will find a magical charter that empowers whomsoever uses it to create an organization a lot like the Pathfinders.

So, after they translate the note, I stealthily explain to the PC who is from the city that he remembers hearing a similar rhyme before and that it refers to the old, than new, clock tower. And what does he do? He sits on that and goes by himself, claims the charter and says that his character leaves the city.

So obviously, I am pissed, the other players are pissed, and he is behaving like a child. Says that the game is stupid and he is very bored so he had to entertain himself. So, after the game I tell the player that he is no longer welcome at my table, and fix some things so that the rest of the party will find the charter on the traitor PCs broken body (he fell out of the clock tower).

Why do people do this? I don't understand.

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I just read this.

If this is true, it's really awesome.

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Well read up on asgard on marvel wiki, and stop only referencing the movies.

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They fire blasts of energy out of swords, have hulk-proof armor. Yeah they are far far far more advanced than anything earth has.

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But where did anyone in the MCU actually try to picture them as such?

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Also most of those swords fire energy blasts. Like Sifs, or Odins.

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John Kretzer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Bizarro Freehold wrote:
Krensky wrote:

You seem personally offended that I don't consider Whedon to be the genius you think he is. So much so that you're arguing against things I never said.

Maybe you should examine why you care so much about a stranger's opinion regarding Joss Whedon's level of skill?

I tend to use the anti-Whedon rants as a sort of gauge. The more I see people who I know aren't fond of his stuff ranting about it, the more I'm pretty sure I'll enjoy the product. Likewise, the things they tend to rave about being good, I tend to not care for.

There's a reason I have this alias.

what, are you left handed too?!
What is wrong with left handed people?

They are the work of Satan :D

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Did that once. Got boring after a few sessions.

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Well he was the first flash. And I liked him better than WW

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He could consult the venture captain? Say that the player refuses to cooperate and is ruining other player's fun?

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I don't see a point in that. It doesn't bring any fun to the game.

If I'm running a grimdark, realistic game, sure. High fantasy is not about that kind of stuff.

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That would be so awesome

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Dump the player unceremoniously.

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Sorry, but High Fantasy for me doesn't mean getting black lung because of passing through a mine, getting rabies because you fought with wolves or getting an STD because one of the PCs went to the brothel. That isn't high fantasy. Just like inconveniencing PCs with carbon monoxide or other poisonous gas.

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Because comic book reality.

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Your hatred is worth a great amount of respect.

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Spoiler:
So, Theta protocol was informing Avengers about Loki's scepter and where it can be found?

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Um what?

He doesn't decide that.

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Restoration would easily fix radiation poisoning.

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