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Tendal Deverin wrote:
Thank you. Its hard sometimes, while I would want a character to rush into a fight, Tendal isn't likely to do that. I have to remember that, and then find the snootiest way for him to sit out. :)

I TOTALLY know what you mean. Remember Iozef Kolnikov? DW's Carrion Crown game we were in? That guy was so fun to play. But he was SUCH a wimp. He couldn't do nothing but heal and know everything. That was pretty much it. But man I enjoyed the heck out of him.

At heart, I'm a power gamer all the way. But I love the challenge of playing such characters like that as well. That's what makes this game so fun to me. 20 years ago there's no way I'm playing that type of pc for sure.

Snake is the complete antithesis of what I like to play. I don't like wimpy pc's and I don't like arcane. But I like playing this guy and the challenge it brings. While he's not as wimpy as Iozef was, he's still no smasher obviously. But I've enjoyed the heck out of him as well.

And if it's one thing I've learned about this game which I have to give credit is ultimately due to these boards: It's that a character, isn't a character, without character. And that - strictly in my opinion of course - is what makes or breaks a pc, regardless of how big, bad, smashy he is. :)


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M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
Stats:
Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

Perception: 1d20 + 17 ⇒ (15) + 17 = 32
Sense Motive: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (2) + 2 = 4

His anger rising at the idea that a golden opportunity is about to pass them by, "DONE!" the dwarf yells adamantly. "You've got yourself a deal, dragon." He then turns to the others to speak, but does nothing to keep his voice down. "He's offerin' us a deal ta tell us what he knows about the blasted giants and there's no way in the blasted Abyss we're not takin' it! I'M TAKIN' IT that's for blasted sure! If he wanted ta kill us, he wouldn't be sittin' here yakkin'; he'd have already done so! Now, none of us are gonna attack the dragon, okay?" he states plainly, looking around at them all with focused eyes. "And Lym, you tell the dragon he has a deal. And none of this 'Name' garbage either. Information for the death of the 'Super Giant'. That's fair ta me. Because I'm tellin' ya all right now, I'm believin' this 'Mokmurian' was the one behind the loss of me clan and there ain't a LAYER OF HELL I won't go through ta kill 'im!" he says quite angrily, his breathing rapidly increasing.


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M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
Stats:
Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

Dropping his shoulders in frustration, he leans in close to the others. "Talk? The blasted beast wants to talk? I know it's a dragon and all, and he did come in to kill the town, but I can't just go choppin' 'im down if he doesn't fight. I just can't. No more than I could chop down those stupid giants that we captured and released. And trust me when I tell ya this, I REALLY wanted to bury me axe in every one of their faces," he nods as a matter of fact. "I say he needs ta give us all the information he can about the layout of this place. Ya know: How many? Who's stationed where? Where's the leader? and whatever else we can come up with that we be needin' ta know. I'm thinkin' we should at least see what he gives us," he says, shrugging.


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M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
Stats:
Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)
Lym Blackhand wrote:
"Get a room," Lym says. "Let's make sure there are no more of those freaks here."

Lol!

Thordak looks over at the half-orc curiously, chewing on his bottom lip in thought. A room?! Why in the bloody blazes would I want a room in this death trap?! I think the lass is goin' mad. Well, she stays pretty mad most of the time but this is a different mad. Maybe if I just play along... "Okay, lass, I'll get a room if you be thinkin' it's a good idea." He looks around the area a moment, "Not sure exactly where I'll be puttin' it but I'll get back with ya on that," he nods, hoping that's enough to appease her.

Tomaru wrote:
"I suggest we return and investigate this tunnel's possibilities after we finish our business with the dragon."

Turning to Tomaru, "Sounds good ta me, lad."


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M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
Stats:
Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

Thordak looks shocked at such a question. "Of course I have! What kind of question is that?! C'mon, cut me a bit o' slack. I wasn't raised in a barn, ya know," he responds confidently, huffing at the thought. Once Lym's attention turns from him, he takes a whiff of himself and leans over near Kellen. "Lad! Let's just say - for example mind you - that I haven't actually had a bath in a while; JUST for example now. These beasts aren't goin' ta throw me, are they?" he asks, curious and with a bit of concern etched in his face.


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M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
Stats:
Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

Placing a comforting arm around the poor gnome, the dwarf finds himself scrounging for the proper words to help ease her pain. Not really finding any, he decides to simply speak from the heart. "I'm sorry, lass. I truly am. I'm not the best dwarf when it comes ta words but there's one thing I can tell ya for sure: I know and you know that if ya knew he was there, you'd have never used your magic against 'em until he was clear. Ya didn't know, lass, ya just didn't know." He looks up toward the others, noticing them still talking to the giants. As he looks upon the giants, he reflects on his past a moment causing a knot of guilt to form within his gut. "The hurt... the pain... it'll fade, lass, it'll fade. It may take a while but it'll fade. I cannot say it'll completely vanish but you'll overcome. You've got to much spunk ta not to, lass," he says with the slightest of grins as he does his best to console her.


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Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

HECK YEAH!!! WHEW that was a nail biter. I was hoping those rolls were high enough but I was a might bit worried.

This was a crazy cool combat. Tomaru's "Teleportation Traveling Service" was freaking awesome. Man that was absolute KEY in this battle.

And if it's one thing I've learned in this combat, it's that Aurora is a BIG TIME blaster for one so small. :)


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Female Goblin

Reta glares at Loptop as she is set free, ignoring the weird looking goblin as he yaks about something. "YOU BE GLAD YOU LET RETA OUT. RETA NO LIKE STOOPID CAGE. AND RETA NO LIKE STOOPID YOU," she states adamantly. "RETA WILL BE BEST LICKTOAD AND THEN RETA WILL BE BEST LICKTOAD," she claims, pausing in thought and thinking there's something not quite right with what she just said but shrugs it off and harumphs at Loptop before walking away.

As she looks back and notices the jailor is finally far behind her - about three feet or so - she looks around and notices Smuz. She stares at him a moment. And then stares at him a moment longer. As the moments turn into minutes, she finally blinks and shakes her head. She then reaches toward the mite and pulls off a very slow crawling bug atop his head. "YOU GOT BUG ON YOU, SMUZ. RETA GOT IT. RETA LIKE BUGS. RETA PUT WITH COALSECTION, COALACTION, COLL..., RETA PUT WITH REST OF BUG FRIENDS," she finally manages and stuffs it in her pockets.


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Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

@Maelchar: Okay, bud, you've got a tavern as I have it below. Now, YOU actually have to roll for it to make money... if that's what you want to do. Let me show you:

Tavern

  • 1 Bar: gp or Influence +10
  • 1 Common Room: gp or Influence +7
  • 1 Storage: +2gp

    Now this is your tavern and these are the rooms that make up your tavern and actually help you generate capital. So you've got a choice to make on a daily basis.

    Say you want to roll for gold only. You'd take your +17 diplomacy check and add the +10 from the Bar, the +7 from the Common Room, and the +2 from Storage.

    Add it all up and you've got +36 on your check(it's actually called a skilled work check. If you scroll down just a bit from the link, it's right below unskilled).

    Anyway, you can either roll for the check(as Nasira and Zeriax have done) OR you can take 10. If you take 10, you get +46 and then you divide that by 10 which gives you 4 gold and 6 silver for the day. You can do this every day if you wish. Heck, if you do that for 20 days for example, that's near 90g. Adds up pretty nicely.

    Now if you don't want to roll for just gold, you can do this:

    Go with the Bar +10 on Influence, Common Room +7 on gold, Storage +2 gold(because you have no choice on that one obviously).

    You then roll TWO different checks but you still add your +17 diplomacy to both.

    So, +27(+17 and +10) on your Influence roll, and +26(+17, +7, and +2) on your gold roll. Again, you can take 10 on any of these rolls for the sake of ease but it's up to you.

    You clear 30 on your Influence roll, you get 3 points of capital earned at a cost of 45g(since it's 15g per point of Influence).

    If you earn gold you will always divide the total by 10. But for the Big 4, you earn 1 point of capital for every 10 in your check. That same link above tells you how much it cost to earn capital or to just buy it outright.

    You can basically roll however you want with what's listed. If you want to shoot for Influence, then you total the Bar and Common room and you've got +34 to your roll. Taking 10 gives you a minimum of 4 Influence earned which is pretty cool.

    It just depends on what you prefer to do.

    Hope this helps clear things up at least a little bit. Like Variel, I had to read this thing about a 1000 times it feels like. This Downtime is a real brain buster. It's FAR FAR more micromanaging than Kingdom Building. Kingdom Building is by the month whereas this is by the day.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)
    Aurora Ulfurdottir wrote:

    I am sure you have things to do now you are back, but I am traveling lightly and so ready to leave whenever you are. I appreciate your kindness in allowing me to accompany you

    She bows her head to you in thanks.

    Thordak finds a seat and drums his fingers on his knee as he waits for the others to introduce themselves. Just before they do, it hits him and he shoots up from his seat, "Oooooo! I got this one! 'You're welcome', lass," he responds, grinning victoriously as he sits back down. Whew that was close, Thordak. I nearly made a fool of meself, he thinks as he breathes a quiet sigh of relief.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak pushes the button, the tape begins to turn, awaiting to be used. He leans in to speak directly into the microphone, speaking in a deep whisper and as if he is worn, "We've been through a lot. A town nearly drowned. We nearly got killed by a really big creature which is the same one that nearly drowned the town. And it was bigger than anythin' I've ever seen, let me tell ya. We nearly got killed twice by the snake-lady. Her Giant boyfriend nearly smashed me ta bits. We've seen innards, outtards, bodies mutilated beyond recognition, a ghost with a broken heart, a grizzly bear that was once a man and also the lover of the ghost with the broken heart. At least I think that's right." He shrugs. "And countless more." He leans back a moment, taking a puff of his mighty cigar before turning back to the task at hand.

    As he finds his 'deep whisper and worn' voice again, he continues, "There are few in this world that could've withstood what we've been through. If I hadn't been there ta save us all, we'd surely be dead by now. We'd be nothin' more than a dot on the landscape of life. Of course most folks might call it a greasy spot. But I prefer dot... it's less gross." He nods agreeably, thinking that's pretty accurate. "This is Thordak Ironheart, a survivor of Hook Mountain, signing off." He clicks off the recorder and hears his name being called in the distance. He turns around and his eyes go wide in shock...

    Thordak snaps straight up in his bed, eyes wide open. "What in the Nine Hells?! What was that blasted contraption?! What kind of crazy, bunch o'...?!?! He shakes out the cobwebs in hopes to get rid of the demonic dream. "Don't say anythin' about this, Thordak, they'll commit ya for sure. Especially the part about Lym. Why did she have a dragon's head?" He shakes his head again, finding it all insane. "I've got ta cut back on the spicy food... it's just doesn't settle right with me anymore." He then lays back down in an attempt to get some sleep... eyes wide open.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Nodding occasionally as Lym explains things in detail, he pauses after she finishes, lost in thought a moment. Finally, "Okay, I got several. Now..." he starts but stops as he notices several scowls aimed right at him, Praxim's being the most defined. "Now, I uh, my first question is, um... when do we leave? That's... that's all I was um... wantin' ta know," he says with a clearing of his throat and a nervous chuckle.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    As the ghost fades and the bear takes his leave, Thordak can be seen rubbing his watery, red eyes with his sleeve. "Blasted allergies. I can't go anywhere."

    Thordak looks curiously upon Lym as she talks about traveling through 'Shadow'. "Now, lass, this 'Shadow' business, it's not gonna leave us stuck in the Plane of Shadow, is it?" Just after he lets out that last bit, he looks around at the others confidently, a proud expression upon him. "Bet you lot didn't know I knew about the Plane of Shadow, did ya? Huh? Huh? I thought not. Oh I know, I know ALL about the Plane of Shadow I do. Well... maybe not know all about it; it's possible I've heard all about it. Okay, okay, it's possible I may have overheard all about it, okay?" He looks to them all a long moment before, "Or maybe I just heard it in passing BUT THE FACT REMAINS:" he states adamantly, a finger in the air as he looks back to Lym, "Are we gonna get stuck in the Plane of Shadow? Because I just don't want to, lass! I don't know what ta do there!" he exclaims with a shrug. "I've never been! Can ya breathe? Can ya eat? Can ya... breathe?" he asks with near panic in his voice.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak runs over to get back into the fight, drawing his longaxe as he does. "Here I come! No worries! We've got her...!" he stops as he sees her fall in a massive heap, multiple arrows protruding out. He stares at the dead lamia a moment impassively, looks back at the others and then back at the dead lamia again before his mouth curls up into a smile and he explodes with, HA! HA! HA! SHE'S DEAD! THE EVIL WITCH IS DEAD! TAKE THAT!" The dwarf does a little dance and mocks the dead lamia by continuously pointing and laughing and talking more trash. "I SAID YOU WERE GOIN' TA DIE EVEN IF IT KILLS ME! AND IT DIDN'T! HA! Well, it almost did BUT IT DIDN'T! HA!"

    Once the dwarf finally stops acting a fool, "Well... I'm tired now." He then finds a place to sit, his wounds taken a pretty good toll on him. "That stupid wand of his drained me good. The hammer smashed me good too. That stupid dagger of hers. My own weapon." He then concentrates a moment as if he's pondering something. Shrugging, "I'm thinkin' that's it. I'm done complainin' for now."

    Hp's 42/144; -2 negative levels, -1 wisdom; Rage 3/27


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak's chuckling comes to an immediate halt and his smile instantly vanishes as he stares blankly for a moment before, "Well that sucks."


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness
    Bill Dunn wrote:
    Meanwhile, under Karl's stern interrogation, multiple goblins speak up, all talking over each other, to answer his question why they attacked the town. "Food. Loot. Burning. Food. Dead dogs, huh huh. Food. Shiny. Silver. Humans is jerks. You is jerk. No, you is jerk!" and though shackled, they jostle with each other in a quarrelsome manner, each trying to make sure his answer is the one Karl is listening to. The one most under Karl's blade, however, shouts over the others, "Shut up!"

    Lol! That's just good ol' funny stuff right there, man. :)


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak sheathes his weapon, grabs his heavy wooden shield and plops it on the ground, sits on it, pushes himself over the edge of the first step before quickly holding on to the shield straps as he heads down the stairs at a rapid pace, hoping to not kill anyone - or himself for that matter - and yelling, "INCOMIN' DWARF!"

    Yeah, this is probably not possible but I figured what the hey. This is at least 2 rounds worth of actions I'd say if this is possible at all. :P


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak's shivering ceases as Tomaru's magic seems to block out the cold. Grinning, "Thanks, lad! That sure puts some warmth back in these ol' dwarven bones. I'm ready! Right behind ya, lad," he tells Kellen, his newly acquired trident in hand. "Well, not right behind ya; probably several feet behind ya. Actually... probably a bit more than several feet behind ya. More like several yards ta be honest. Ya know, it's lookin' like I'll be much farther behind ya than I first thought. Not sure why I said 'right behind ya'. Doesn't make a lot o' sense once ya think about it," he concludes, shrugging. He then keeps a measurable distance from the rogue, not wanting to take a chance on giving his location away.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak can only stand and stare into nothing as he replays the images in his mind. His heart breaks for the ghostly image because he knows her pain of loss. He walks up near her, an obvious look of compassion upon him. "I'm sorry. I'm so very sorry," he says in a pained voice. "I lost a lot of loved ones meself to the savage brutes and will be servin' me own brand o' justice upon 'em. But 'tweren't no love like that," he confesses, shaking his head, "no love like that," he repeats, his eyes downcast as he replays the images again, wishing there was something he could've done to stop the terrible events. After several moments he snaps out of his reverie and looks back to the dryad ghost, "What can we do ta ease your pain, lass? Anythin', anythin' at all, just name it."


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    That's the thing with goblins. If you play them true to form, they can't really run in any AP. They're just not "orderly" enough. Because goblins don't care to be. They're just too chaotic. And if you play a goblin with "order" to it, then what's the point of even playing one? If you decided to play a goblin with tactics and planning and such, then you're not really playing a goblin. You might as well be playing a core race.

    And I get there's always the "Drizzt" goblin out there and that's fine, but a whole party of them? That's just lame.

    I would think it'd be near impossible to run any type of lengthy campaign to where you actually have to accomplish something if you're playing goblins.

    It's one thing to have ONE goblin within a party as part of an AP - or any type of adventure that requires you to accomplish something grand - but it's another to have an entire group of goblins out to build a kingdom(or whatever the case may be). I totally can't see goblins doing that.

    But this is strictly nothing more than my meager 2 cents on the matter. You can keep the change, I'd just spend it on something frivolous anyway. :)


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)
    Kellen Wrensler wrote:


    Kellen glances quizzically at the dwarf and then at Tomaru. "Priest, I think you'd better check this dwarf for blood loss after the tussle with that troll. He might be in shock...or drunk...maybe both. He finishes with a shake of his head and starts checking/opening doors - southeast; southwest; and then clearing the skull pile for the south door.

    Thordak looks over at Tomaru and gives a questioning shrug.

    Kellen Wrensler wrote:
    As everyone pitches in their detections and divinations, Kellen shrugs and mutters just enough to be heard: "...fallen in with a bunch of mooncows, we have...," before focusing on Rhianni's suggestion and starts with opening the door on the right/southeast side.

    Cocking an eyebrow, the dwarf scratches his chin a moment before turning and locating Rhianni. Heading over next to her, he leans in a bit, his eyes cutting from left to right. "Lass! Do ya have any idea what a 'mooncow' is?" he asks, moving his eyes toward her, curious if she knows.


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    Female Goblin

    Reta rolls her eyes. "FLYING LADY LEAVE LONG TIME AGO, STOOPID," she tells the newcomer. She then turns to Bucko, "THAT GOOD IDEA, BUCKO. WE TELL STOOPID LONGSHANKS ABOUT EVIL BANDITS AND FLYING LADY, WE GET AWARD FROM STOOPID LONGSHANKS, AND THEN WE SELL STUFF TO STOOPID LONGSHANKS. THAT GOOD. AND STOOPID LONGSHANKS." Reta giggles, covering her mouth as she does, getting a kick out of herself.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)
    Rhianni Verdani wrote:

    "If there is light down there, I could try out some new arcane enlightenment, that lets me see ahead round corners and into rooms I'm not even physically in.. " says Rhianni a little nervously, though her eyes are wide with excitement. "Shall I?"

    Arcane Eye ....

    "Yes, lass, you should. Anythin' we can learn of anythin' down there before we go down there is good to know. No sense in goin' down there if we don't know what's down there because what's down there may not be down there. Unless... ya know... it is... down there." He furrows his brow in confusion, having the strange feeling something is amiss about what he said.

    Shrugging it off, "And the lad's right." He pats the blade of his ogre hook. "I don't care what the blasted thing's immune to. Death will find it one way or another," he states with absolute conviction.


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    What's up, folks?! Long time no see! Man it has been a while since I've last seen you cats around.

    Will be changing a few things around for Reta. Will get to work on that.


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness
    Praxim wrote:
    Praxis rolls his eyes at the dwarf's terrible acting. "Hopefully, they're really stupid even for ogres," he comments as he knocks an arrow.
    Lym Blackhand wrote:
    "Remind me to study item-crafting," Lym says, shaking her head. "Someone needs to make a headband of enhanced intellect for that Dwarf, too..."

    LOL! I just died on these! Oh man that's just funny stuff right there I don't care who you are. :D


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Listening to the elf's plan, he ponders it a moment before eventually nodding in agreement. "Well, alright. Not nearly as fun as me killin' the lot of 'em initially, but, it does avoid me gettin' burned to death. Alright, off I go." Cracking his knuckles, he begins to make his way over toward the ogres. As he finds himself at a fairly good distance, he clears his throat. "OH NO! I HAVE NEVER SEEN SO MANY BUNCH OF STUPID DUNG EATERS! I BETTER RUN FOR ME LIFE!" He looks to see if he's been noticed. If not, "I said: 'I'VE NEVER SEEN SO MANY BUNCH OF STUPID DUNG EATERS!!! Ya canno' catch me ya fat, stupid, goblin lovin', troll dung smellin', bunch o' gits!" He waves if they catch sight of him and then he turns and runs back to the others as soon as they look as if they intend to give chase.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)
    Praxim wrote:
    "It could be Sarenrae pole dancing in an adamantine thong, but it isn't," Praxim retorts. "Let's end their efforts, shall we?"

    "HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Good one, lad! Sarenrae pole dancin' in a thong... oh that's rich! Especially one made out of adamantine! You'd think she would've used mithral!!! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!" Bowling over in laughter, the dwarf finally manages to calm down. "Oh boy, that was a good one," he says as he wipes the laugh tears from his eyes. "Okay, I'm good. Let's go kill us some more giants," he says with a sniff.


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    Check out this LINK, folks.

    Pretty unbelievable. I'm waiting for my computer to melt/end of the world or something like that due to the fact it was one of my rolls. Some kind of something of a catastrophic nature had to occur somewhere. :P


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    M Human Gunslinger (Musket Master)14
    Stats:
    Int: +9; AC: 34/ Touch 23/ FF 22; Hp's 31; Perc: +23; Fort: +16; Ref: +20; Will: +10

    Ref: 1d20 + 20 ⇒ (15) + 20 = 35 = 16(Let me know if it's actually 17 damage. I can never remember if it's round up or round down on damage like that).

    As the hair on his head smokes a bit, "Ouch. That smart a bit, pardner." Casey reloads in a flash, firing multiple times again at the creature.

    vs. Touch
    +4 Distance Musket w/DA/PBS: 1d20 + 22 ⇒ (20) + 22 = 42
    Damage: 1d12 + 22 ⇒ (3) + 22 = 25

    +4 Distance Musket w/DA/PBS: 1d20 + 17 ⇒ (20) + 17 = 37
    Damage: 1d12 + 22 ⇒ (12) + 22 = 34

    +4 Distance Musket w/DA/PBS: 1d20 + 12 ⇒ (20) + 12 = 32
    Damage: 1d12 + 22 ⇒ (3) + 22 = 25

    Are you serious? Is this real? Have I messed up somewhere? Let's find out...

    Crit confirm rolls
    +4 Distance Musket w/DA/PBS: 1d20 + 22 ⇒ (18) + 22 = 40
    Damage: 3d12 + 66 ⇒ (6, 1, 3) + 66 = 76

    +4 Distance Musket w/DA/PBS: 1d20 + 17 ⇒ (20) + 17 = 37
    Damage: 3d12 + 66 ⇒ (6, 2, 11) + 66 = 85

    +4 Distance Musket w/DA/PBS: 1d20 + 12 ⇒ (13) + 12 = 25
    Damage: 3d12 + 66 ⇒ (12, 7, 10) + 66 = 95

    Okay, I'm stunned. I have NEVER seen anything like this EVER. You have GOT TO BE FREAKING KIDDING ME! Un-believable.

    If it all hits, then the total is 280 damage. The 25 might not hit on the confirm and if so, then it's 185.

    AC 34/touch 23; 121/144


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    Male Dwarf Male Dwarf Monk (Monk of the Sacred Mountain) 1

    As they grey dwarf walks upon the gate to Sandpoint, Well, I hope this place has decent food and drink. And preferably a good place to rest. Nearing the gatehouse, the mirror catches him by surprise and he startles himself when he sees his own reflection. He stares at it a moment before turning his face from one side to the other. He takes note of the scars that aren't covered by his beard and examines his somewhat crooked nose. "Hm." He then checks his wide-brimmed grey hat to make sure it's on straight along with his grey cloak and his grey boots. Boy am I grey. And I'm not to pretty either. But I must confess, grey is my color. He grins wryly at himself before quickly erasing it, looking around to make sure no one saw that. He clears his throat out of awkwardness.

    He then takes a glance over at the guards to see what they're doing, noticing they seem to not be paying much attention to anything at the moment and more importantly seem to be paying no attention to him. Looking back to the mirror, he makes a gruff looking face, observing how tough he looks. He then pops his neck from one side to the next and then makes a serious face - which, really looks no different from his gruff one but there's no way you could tell him that - and strokes his beard in the process, acting as if in deep thought. Hearing muted laughter from somewhere - at least he's quite sure he did - he flashes an irritated glance back at the guards who he would swear had turned their heads in the opposite direction of himself at the last second. Narrowing his eyes in suspicion, he looks back at the mirror a moment. He observes himself once more before instantly shooting a narrowed look back at the guards again who are supposedly minding their own business. "Hm." he mutters, not really trusting them. Lowering his hat in the front a bit, he heads into town, looking for a place to where he can find something to eat.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Confusion: 1d100 ⇒ 50

    Continuing to get pierced by the teeth of the beast, Thordak roars in pain. Upon hearing Shalelu, he furrows his eyebrows. "Is she mad?! Keep it up?! Keep what up?! Losing?! That must be what she's speakin' about because that's what we're doin'; and quite well I might add. And you know what else, if we were havin' a good strong drink about now, we'd be able to move a little better in the water while we fly. Because from what I'm thinkin', these things don't really like to dance seein' they've no legs. Now if I only had about a 100 gold." He taps his chin, not exactly sure why he needs coin at this moment.

    AC 21; Hp's 92/139; Confusion round 3; Rage 3/25; Elemental Rage(Acid)


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Looking around, not knowing what to do like... AT ALL, Thordak takes a deep breath... and then proceeds to speak loudly as he finds himself still on edge. "Okay, no one panic! This is no time for panic! We've got a missing lad and we need to find him! And why is everyone shouting! I can hear just fine without all the shouting!" He rolls his eyes in frustration before stopping a moment and taking several more deep breaths before continuing. "Okay, now that that's settled and everyone's calm, I'm gonna see what's behind door number two while the elf checks that door." He moves to the door, checking it for traps before opening it.

    Perception: 1d20 + 13 ⇒ (12) + 13 = 25 Checking door in F 11 for bombs. :)


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    Yeah, definitely take all the time you need. Hope you get to feeling better soon, bud.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak moves up near the rogue, watching intently. "Careful, lad, careful. Watch yourself!" he cringes as he thought for a moment that Kellen might have made a mistake. Relaxing after a moment, he gives him a pat on the back so as to 'calm' him - unaware that he's helping not at all. "Don't panic now and don't mess up. You might just blow us all up if ya do. But I think you can manage her. You can manage her can't ya? I mean, what if ya don't manage her and ya do blow us all up? Hm. That could get messy." Pausing a moment as if pondering it all, he simply shrugs. "But I got faith in ya, lad! So you go on and get her taken care of and we'll be ready to move when yer done." He nods confidently, slapping him on the shoulder for encouragement while he's in the middle of attempting to disarm a possible would-be deadly trap. "And ya know what else...," he continues to ramble on in an upbeat tone, still oblivious to the fact he's helping no one.


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    As he makes his way upstairs, "Do you believe how stupid that guy is, Luck? Talking to that animal like it's a person. I swear, some people are just freaks."


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness
    Alex Martin wrote:
    Apologies for my absence this week. Caught the flu this past weekend and been waylaid for several days then trying to get caught up at work.

    "You have been waylaid by enemies and must defend yourself."

    Apparently, you need to reload from your last save point, bud. ;)

    If only that were possible then you could go a completely different way and avoid that nasty bug. :p


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    Yay! Drooling in paralysis! I feel bad for you folks who have to fight. You guys don't get to have ANY of the drooling fun. HA-HA! I laugh at your pain.


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    Charisma 18
    Int 8

    1d10 + 7 ⇒ (10) + 7 = 17 = Str
    1d10 + 7 ⇒ (9) + 7 = 16 = Dex
    1d10 + 7 ⇒ (5) + 7 = 12 = Con
    1d10 + 7 ⇒ (10) + 7 = 17 = Wis

    I've got this guy that was in a Wicked game previously. He's an Anti-Paladin(Knight of the Sepulcher).

    Morthos

    Now here's the Knight of the Sepulcher link in case you're wondering what it does.


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    M Dwarf Barbarian(Titan Mauler) 11
    Stats:
    Hp's 136/136; AC: 21/touch 13/ff 19(vs. giants 28/18/21); Perc: +16; Init: +2; Fort: +13, Ref: +7, Will: +9; CMD 28(33 vs giant type/29 vs larger)

    Thordak looks to the elf curiously. Leaning in toward Lym, "What the heck is the elf talking about, 'two'? Does he have to use the privy and he's trying to decide which room it is? 'Cause I'm thinkin' we ought to stay with the task at hand for now. At least until we're sure this place is clear. Plus, I don't think that's somethin' I'd be sharin' with everyone." He looks to the half-orc awkwardly, shrugging. "Just sayin'."


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    Now, first things first, THIS WALL OF BLAH, BLAH, BLAH, IS SIMPLY MY OPINION. Just wanna make that clear.

    Mal wrote:
    The obvious suggestion is to run the campaign as written, if you think it lacks challenge then you can always suppress the amount of treasure or our levels.

    I totally agree with this. I've looked at these npc's in the AP and I don't think they're underpowered at all. In my opinion, I feel that you're probably looking at, "Well they're a 25 point buy so I have to rebuild everybody"

    The reason we're on the verge of TPK's in every combat is because you keep rebuilding these guys and making them far overpowered. I know Paizo "claims" that all these AP's are built for "4, 15 point buy" pc's but that is a load of crap. Now, there's no way I'm gonna convince any of you of this and that's fine, but I've played WAAAAAAAAAY badder dudes in RL, and I've seen several of my characters bite the dust. And the ONLY thing our DM would do, is max out hit points for the bad guys. That's it. Because why add more work to yourself by rebuilding these dudes? It's not worth it. Yet, they were still challenging(obviously with the pc deaths involved I mentioned).

    And our point buy? Ranged from 60 to 80. Yep, you read that right. All of us had stacked pc's and we still managed to get our butts handed to us.

    Me, I'm personally a fan of 25 point buy MINIMUM. It allows you to build a pc to where he's strong somewhere. AND, I don't have to dump anything. I HATE DUMPSTATTING. I hate it. But you have no freaking choice with a 20 point buy. With a 25, I can build the pc to where I'm content with his mechanics, and I don't have to have an 8 in something(Barring a racial adjustment which I have no problem with. I just hate lowering it on purpose).

    I think you overestimate the power of our PC's. I don't give a rip what items everyone possesses. You can have a million items on you, it doesn't matter. Because this game ULTIMATELY boils down to 3 things:

    1. Armor class
    2. Saves
    3. Hit points

    To survive this game, you need to be awesome in all three of those. I don't care how much damage you're doing, if your AC stinks... you're going down.

    If you don't roll your save... you're going down. If Rave doesn't save, Mark's either calling it quits, or making up a new pc because Rave would've been obliterated(Which I noted you boosted the DC vs. the Empowered LB which was actually an 18. Not that it mattered, everyone saved anyway).

    And if you don't have enough hit points... you're going down. Which is what he did. He only has 67. Fortunately he saved and managed to survive. Otherwise, game over.

    Half+1 sucks. It is absolute crap. I know most people think it's fine and it's great but... I don't. BUT, I deal with it because that's what the majority of DM's use, unfortunately. If it was me, I'd be using the Way of the Wicked hit point method. That way, the minimum you get stuck with is Half+1. But at least you have a shot at rolling max without having to worry about a stinking 1.

    If you two remember, markofbane and DW, Kriger kept rolling 3's and 4's on HP's and he had like 40 hp's at 6th level or some crap. It was less than the Set's summoner which use a d8. It was horrible. And because of my crappy rolling - which exist in every thread of mine - it's what ultimately led to us using Half+1. And also because of that - if I remember correctly - both Kalsgrim and Servayn actually lost hp's which wasn't fair to them. So I always felt bad about that.

    Obviously half+1 is better than rolling(at least for me). But I totally feel it still hampers pc's and it still sucks and always will. Never, and I mean never, will I feel it's gamebreaking in ANY WAY, that a pc should have an opportunity to roll max hp's while at the same time not having to worry about rolling a 1,2, or 3(The d6 bothers me the least, but I would still prefer nothing less than a 3 on that).

    Most folks(if not everyone) probably disagree with me on this, but, that just means they would be wrong. :)

    Okay, enough ranting about that good stuff.

    Basically, I don't feel these NPC's have to be altered. I think they prove enough challenge as is. If he starts out with that lightning bolt, somebody(or several somebodies) is gonna be hurt bad. Period. Barring evasion and none of us have that except for the familiar.

    Because every time you rebuild them, you know our strengths and how to defend against them. And every enemy is gonna be prepared for us every time which really doesn't make sense at all and wouldn't be fair to us. That'd be like me going through each book of an AP(any AP), reading what it takes to beat the baddies, and then building my pc to where he's optimized vs. said baddies. It takes the challenge out of it and makes it not fun. I understand why you feel like you must do this but I feel like it's really unnecessary. These dudes are challenging enough as written.

    Of course, we're never gonna know unless you run it that way.

    Anyway, as I've said, this is all strictly my opinion and not worth the two cents I paid for it. It can be easily taken with a grain of salt.


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    Snake moves in next to Braddon. "What goes up...,"

    Staff: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (1) + 2 = 3

    "Apparently keeps going up," he finishes as he misses horrendously. "That could've gone a lot better."

    Move to J 15; AC 16; Hp's 12/15


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    Man I'm sorry to see this end. I was looking forward to see how this was gonna play out.

    Well, Pact, I gotta say: You, dude, are a fantastic writer! I really can't see how, or even what you would need to do, to 'brush up' any better. Seriously.

    As far as my part: Apologies for not posting enough. What I have learned about taking over another's pc is that it never measures up to the original player. Which is gonna happen, obviously. So, I found myself at a loss on what to post many times. I should've still posted something so that's on me.

    Some things I've learned on my time on these boards when it comes to rolling in midstream with a group:

    1) It's difficult to find your "rhythm" within a core group when they already possess theirs. Not impossible... just difficult.

    2) It's even more difficult when you take over another player's pc. You try to keep the original feel of the pc, but that's a tall order, if not impossible. Mainly due to the simple fact that everyone's play styles are different. But it is what it is.

    Over the years I've joined somewhere around 8 to 10 games midstream(some have died) and only 2 of them have been a smooth transition.

    For what it's worth, you picked a solid bunch of folks for this campaign. The sad part is: most of them quit on you. They're ain't many DM's like yourself and I, for one, appreciate such solid DM'ing and hate to lose such. Because you, dude, are easily one of the best DM's on these boards. I'll definitely be on the lookout if you ever throw out another recruit thread.

    As an aside: I already own both modules. I may have to finally go look through them now. I don't know, maybe I'll just let the mystery remain. A part of me thinks that might be more fun. :)

    And I am gonna miss Lydia the most. She was awesome. :)

    Javell


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    Male Dwarf Male Dwarf Monk (Monk of the Sacred Mountain) 1

    Man I'm getting my butt beat. Dang gobbies.

    Darnak grits his teeth as the weapon cuts him, irritated at the fact his defenses are so poor. Seeing how as he continues to get hit, he moves into his defensive stance before retaliating as he steps closer to the three remaining.

    Swift: Crane Style; Fighting Defensively; 5' step to K 12

    Flurry of Blows
    Unarmed Strike #1: 1d20 + 1 - 2 ⇒ (10) + 1 - 2 = 9
    Damage: 1d6 + 1 ⇒ (2) + 1 = 3

    Unarmed Strike #2: 1d20 + 1 - 2 ⇒ (16) + 1 - 2 = 15
    Damage: 1d6 + 1 ⇒ (6) + 1 = 7

    AC 19; Hp's 7/14


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    Male Humanly Awesome 'n Totally Rockin' Paladin of Greatness

    It is obvious you two are having IC issues and it appears OOC issues. Out of respect for Joana and her game, I'd highly recommend at the very least find a way to work together IC.

    I've been involved in games where I've had big disagreements with other players. In one, we settled it. And it worked out well from then on.

    In another, I left the game because I couldn't tolerate another player within the game. Funny enough, I'm in another game with him and it's all good. Go figure.

    Now I'm not gonna go back and try and figure out what it is that started all this, because it's not important. You all know what's behind all this so you can try and work it out.

    Just on my initial reaction, Gristav appears to be a fairly nice fellow and Phil appears to be a less than fairly nice fellow. This is just a "First impression" opinion and nothing more. I realize things can change over time. I'm not set in stone on such.

    And while you mentioned Phil probably won't like Snake if he 'hangs out' with Gristav, well, I'm not sure exactly what that means but he's not gonna run the other way if Gristav shows up. He's part of the party, so, in a sense, he'll be "hanging out" with whoever's part of the party.

    You know, I never signed up for this game initially, because it was set up as being kind of investigative and less combat. Well, me being the power gamer that I am, I never applied. Not that I don't love roleplaying, mind you, I find it integral. But I love combat. And I think Joana's one of the better posters on these boards, easily. Plus I've played SD in RL.

    But when she asked me if I was interested, I followed along for a while and found you fellas top notch and it was actually a good read. And so I accepted and so far it's been quite fun! You guys are really good posters all the way around. Just goes to show that good posting makes a game far more fun than not.

    So where am I going with this? I'm glad you asked.

    In a nutshell, this is a good game with a SOLID DM. Don't ruin that fellas. For her or for yourselves. You two need to find a way to make it work. You may not like each other as players, but at least make it work as pc's.

    And it's gonna take the both of you to work together. Not just Gristav and not just Phil. Both.

    This is a game and a game is meant to be fun. That's it. Fun. It's no fun to have no fun when you're playing a game. Think about it. Take all that jumbo out I wrote above and that's what it truly boils down to. And when you've got several people involved, it takes everyone to make it fun.

    Do you two really want to continue this back and forth from now on? I know I wouldn't.

    But that's just me and my 2 cents. Give the change to charity, I don't need it. :)


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    Male Dwarf Fighter 5/Rogue(Trapsmith) 2
    stats:
    Hp's: 77; AC 23, T: 12, FF: 18; Perc. +12; Fort: +9; Ref: +8, Will: +7

    Breathing a sigh of relief, "Whew. That was a close one. It looks like whatever I did worked. Never count out a good rap ta the heart. That'll get it goin' ever time." He winks. "Good ta see ya breathin' again, Morgrym. Now get up and let's move. We're wastin' time."


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    M Elf Ranger 6

    "I knew not this 'Jask', but I take it he was not a 'she'. Nor an elf for that matter. He may prosper if his mind can adjust. If not, it is probable he goes insane. It is a dangerous task bringing one back as another; especially of the opposite gender." As Douena gets carried away with the 'new' Jask, "But it appears this one meant a lot to you all."


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    M Human Gunslinger (Musket Master)14
    Stats:
    Int: +9; AC: 34/ Touch 23/ FF 22; Hp's 31; Perc: +23; Fort: +16; Ref: +20; Will: +10

    I guess that would equal 'crazy out of nowhere'. Is this guy still alive? No sense in me attacking if he's dead. Will roll just in case not.

    And I've totally lost the map, so, if I can get within 30' and fire, I'll do that.

    Seeing the prisoner 'fly' away, Casey just shakes his head. "Dadgum fool." He takes aim, times it, and fires.

    Mwk. Musket: 1d20 + 8 ⇒ (20) + 8 = 28 touch attack within 40'
    Damage: 1d12 ⇒ 11

    +1 to each if within 30'

    Crit Confirm roll
    Mwk. Musket: 1d20 + 8 ⇒ (16) + 8 = 24
    Damage: 3d12 ⇒ (8, 9, 12) = 29

    Add +1 to hit and +3 to damage if within 30' on the confirm.

    40 damage if confirmed. BOOM! :)


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    Female Goblin

    "HEY!!! RETA LIKE OLD FOOFELAH! OLD FOOFELAH REAL WISE. SHE MORE WISER THAN THE WISER ONES. AND SHE HAVE GOODEST STORIES." She claps. "SHE WAY BETTER THAN BIRDCRUNCHER SPY, PUSSL; AND BETTER THAN STOOPID OL' POOG, WHO NEVER FIXES US WITH FIXIN' STICK!" She crosses her arms and huffs. She then looks around to see if anyone is around before "whispering", "Oh, and Reta NOT. GO. BACK. AND. GET. CHUFFY." She shakes her head 'no' quite demonstratively. "RETA TELL TRUTH. RETA ALWAYS TELL TRUTH," she says with a straight face that last only but a moment before breaking out in giggles.


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    Male Dwarf Fighter 5/Rogue(Trapsmith) 2
    stats:
    Hp's: 77; AC 23, T: 12, FF: 18; Perc. +12; Fort: +9; Ref: +8, Will: +7
    Karek Kogan wrote:
    Oh, you laugh, but that Celestial Giant Centipede will totally throw off Ro Ap Han's groove. He can't stand vermin in the throne room.

    You may wanna avoid throwing off his groove. I'm just sayin' is all.

    Beware the groove!


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    GM: Twice Dead Professor wrote:

    Great submissions! I'm finishing up reading through all 26 entries.

    Like a good professor, I've got a grading rubric for each, so I should be able to narrow down the group by Friday. I'm traveling tomorrow, so I'll have limited internet.

    My biggest regret is being able to take everyone.

    LOL! Yeah I'd probably regret that also, having to run an adventure for 26 people! That's a heck of an undertaking! This has gotta be one of the easiest recruitment threads ever! ;)

    Sorry, I couldn't resist pointing this out. It was just too funny. You gotta admit, it's pretty amazing how a sentence reads if you leave out one simple word. :)

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