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Hawkeye has murdered people before. Lots of comic book characters have on the regular. I dont know how or why it became so awful for them to kill on occasion when the story warranted it.

Hawkeye doesn't kill

Hawkeye has long had a stance of 'Avengers don't kill'. It was a very specific thing to him.

Granted this was prior to Bendis dragging Ultimate assassin Hawkeye over... but he took his heroic role model status VERY serious.

Yeah it feels a lot like they got rid of origonal Hawkeye and replaced him with Ultimate/movieverse Hawkeye.

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Icyshadow wrote:
Now I wonder how many here believe anyone that voted "Leave" in Brexit is a horrible person.

Not horrible but misinformed and in more than a few places lied to by the leave campaighn

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Kirth Gersen wrote:
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So who did you want to win, Kirth?

Ideally, I'd want such a low turnout that the election is considered null and void. Practically, I want such a low turnout that the big Democrat donors say, "Ya know, we should have backed Sanders; he would have been a slam-dunk instead of a barely-made-it. Let's think about that for next time." And the big Republican donors say, "Let's not back lunatic reality show hosts next time; it's a no-win deal."

Yeah speaking from a country that gets a lower and lower turnout thats not what happens what instead happens is they realise less and less people vote against them so they can get away with more and more stuff.

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Do you know if the fiction is being removed from the AP line as theres no mention of any in the blurb for the ironfang invasion Ap and people are assuming that means it's been removed?

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Seen it liked it and would definetly recomend.

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Was there any more details about the ironfang invasion Ap?

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Have a hell Vengence question for you if you dont mind

In the Ap it states Iolmodae dosent really seem to be offering much support to the reclemation is there a specific reason for that?

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Kevin Mack wrote:
Will it be available to none backers before Gencon?

Just reposting and I apolagise if I'm being a bit of a nag but this is something I have really been ooking foreward to.


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Naridre Ro'Arisahshe wrote:
One of the new people called me something else. Elan. I don't know what that means, but it sounds right. I think."

"I dunno sounds like something you would call a bard."

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Did Sont not say pretty much the same thing about Amazing spiderman 2 and how it was going to launch an entire franchise as well?

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Also one of the reason the econemy diddent collapse is because the bank of england ejected 150 Billion pound bailout into the econemy in order to prevent that

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problems with first pass the post

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Krensky wrote:
Frankly I'm still confused why it was setup based on simple majority. Isn't th really the sort of thing you want a supermajority for?

You would think so (Also another sore point for me was some of the leave guys arguing when it looked like remain would win that if it were close a second reforendum would have to be held but now that they won they seem to have forgotten all about that.)

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Cole Deschain wrote:

Racism has nothing to do with the long, long stay in the Inner Sea region. In point of fact, the folks at Paizo probably contain a fair few ardent partisans for just about every continent and cultural region they bothered to allow onto Golarion's surface. So saying it's about a Eurocentric worldview on Paizo's part is crap.

Sales numbers, on the other hand, do affect what gets greenlit. And while those are not released to the messageboard public willy-nilly, the sales on the Dragon Empires material have been mentioned as less than stellar.

Paizo is an awesome company full of awesome people... who have to make a living.

Take it from an L5R fan... the gaming industry punishes any and all missteps pretty harshly.

Ah but could part of that problem not be more because most the dragon empires stuff for adventures has been pretty high lvl (Module was 11+ and in Jade regent you dont actually get to the dragon empire till your about halfway through so again 10+) and has been mentioned before higher lvl stuff does not sell as well as lower lvl (Which would then have the possible knock on affect of those people not buying the support books.)

Also in regards to Jade regent it is possible a lot of people that were otherwise interested were put off due to the way it was set up (Ie they wanted to start in the Dragon empires not spend half the ap trying to get there.) So were put off from buying any of it.

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Also now we have the situation of being led into the rest of this mess by someone who practiclly no one in the country (heck practically no one ine her own party) voted for. You know exactly one of the things the leave side had been arguing about in regards to the Eu.

To be blunt the entire thing has/is a farce.

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
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Cameron actually did the best and most statesmanlike things he could under the circumstances. He fell on his sword, removing himself from the debate about the future. He offered himself as a sacrifice that might satisfy the lust of some of his backbenchers for blood. He resigned on a very long time scale, which grants time for everyone involved to come up with a plan, "knowing" that no decisions are likely to be taken until October.
That's one way of thinking about it. Another way is that he took the coward's way out, using resignation to avoid dealing with the consequences of losing the most idiotic political gamble ever made by a UK politician. Now some other sap is going to have to invoke Article 50 and face all the hard work of dealing with the consequences. Which may very well include ending the United Kingdom itself.
Speaking as an american who who knows absolutely nothing about the UK legal process, does that other sap actually have to invoke article 50, or is that just one of the many options said sap has when forming their government?
The thing about a democratic process... is that you're kind of obligated to go with how votes turn out. Brexit passed by a pretty sizable margin, so... yes it's going to happen. And the EU want it to happen soon.

Actually pretty small margin overall. Also what Orfamy quest said earlier.

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Having ran my group throuugh most of whats been released so far I would say it rates as average at best. Way of the wicked did it all first and a lot better. (Also still not a fan of the evil Iconics they made up just for the Ap)


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Memnon the Mimir wrote:

"Wizards. You'd think all that book knowledge would translate into some common sense, but nooooo. They're a lot of robe-wearing secret-handshake live-action-ritual-playing ninnies if you ask me. Now, give me a straight-shooting warrior maid any day..."

"Thank you Ive been saying that sort of thing forrrrrRRRRRRRRWWWWWOOOOOOWWWWRRRR...." Merle kind of cut off as Seph 'accidently' stamps on her tail causing her to practicly jump to the roof.

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Rogar Valertis wrote:
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Would be nice if they were respecting there own choice instead of demanding to get the same Eu money they just voted against having.

How many of "them"?

Judging from all the evidence from said tv family members ive talked to and the huge massive upsurge of people googling what does leaving the Eu actually mean after the vote I'm gonna say quite a lot.

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Would be nice if they were respecting there own choice instead of demanding to get the same Eu money they just voted against having.

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The amount of facepalming I'm doing over this right now. whole bunch of people saying they wish they hadent voted for leave......Be nice if they had thought of that before oh I dont know voting to bloody leave

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Oh dear

If it wasent for the fact I'm living in Britain it would almost be hilarious watching boris and Gove (Two of the biggetst members of the leave campaign) practically soiling themselves in fear because they actually got what they were campaigning for.

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Well seeing how they killed the origonal wolverine seems only natural to have someone take the in every comic roll. (Ironically all this most likely tying in with what is happening in the films)

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To be fair part of giantslayers problem is also because a previous traditonal adventure path had already done it's entire schtic better (Ie book 3-4 of rise of the runelords)

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Well it does occur to me that if there going with the possible future angle then the need to remove the planet to prevent spoilers excuse dosent hold much water since just because a set of events happend in that timeline dosent mean they would have happend in others.

Also I strongly suspect the new A'I god may be a certain Iron gods character.

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Also Way of the wicked kind of did all this already.

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Also maybe it's just me but when it was actual blog posts on Paizo you seemed to get more commens from people actually there which they dont really seem to do with Facebook and Twitter.

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Stuff.........various kinds of stuff will be announced

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Spoiler:
To me it seems that the Iron man fight at the end was more flash of emotion rather than permanent intent to kill Bucky (after all if that was the case when the call for the raft breakout came in he would probably have been suited up and halfway there before Ross could finish the call).

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Misroi wrote:

Actually, I thought they did a better job of making Tony's decisions much truer to the character in the film. Tony's character is "I'm the smartest guy in the room, so all of my beliefs are right." That's still on display here, but he gets a much worse portrayal in the comics than in the film.

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So, yeah, that's not good, but at least the motivation makes sense. Let's look at how the comic portrays...

Oh and dont forget the entire lets deputise super villans and sick em on heroes as well.

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CorvusMask wrote:
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Well in my case if I had ran as written both my groups would have failed the 2nd question since both times they unanimously said yes right away with not a single hint of hesitation(Which is kind of easy to do when you have a whole bunch of redeemed bad guy back at your castle and a redeemed succubus as an ally)
What about demons and mooks without names given? Like, I doubt you guys tried to spare every single enemy you ever met.

Actually the paladin did indeed try to use none lethal force whenever possible and had a dungeon full of captured bad guys that she kept attempting to convince of the error of there ways.

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Unfortunatly it seems the dialogue thing is being misreported as well since the version I was told (That some of the people are getting annoyed at) is actually completly diffrent than what actually happens. Also keep in mind that in the places where you have to have downloaded a copy of the game to review it the reviews are generally better.

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Cover reminds me of a piece of artwork from one of the final fantasy games (12 I think) which had these 5 characters called judges walking foreward.

Ah here it is Prepare to be judged.

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This pleases Kevin

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Kevin wants now....

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Good article. I must say the mention of cutscenes has me interested any chance of a sample of one of them in the future?

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I want to place $500 on dinopocalypse please?

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Alex Martin wrote:

So...four Dwarven vampires are going to turn the entire council of elders for the dwarven nation into spawn that serve Hel so they can choose to end the world? And have to do so on a timetable so that no one stops them from doing it? Is that about the sum of it?

So I guess that means:
a) that must be a small council.
a) no one has means of fast means of communicating with them to warn them.
b) apparently there aren't many high-level dwarven priest outside the moot that could protect against the vampires in any case.

Also the entire council is all in one place since that orb is a one use item.

(I dunno does is it just me or does this storyline seem to be just being stretched out and is something that probably could have been resolved in maybe a dozen strips?)

Also why cant Roy just dust the new high priest of Hel? should solve everything right?

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Somewhat?!

Okay make that extremly

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Am I the only person who thinks this entire plan by Hel is somewhat convulouted?

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Krensky wrote:

Wah.

Let's just coddle and make excuses for Ben Solo becoming a mass murderinget nutjob.

Why don't you add affluenza to it too?

To be fair his grandfather is the guy who went from killing is not the Jedi way to mass murdering child killer in less than 10 minutes.

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Also since the godsmoot rules only apply to at most 3 of the vampires couldent the room of priests and bodyguards not just wreak most of them?

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Yeah I'm really not sure how this plan is supposed to work. (Since pretty sure roy could just dust most the vamps including the new high priest once Durkon leaves) So does kinda feel like DBZ lvl's of padding here.

In fact everything from the last few pages has been a bit of how the heck does that work for me.

Also was I imagining things or was this not supposed to origonally be the last book (Curious since from what Rick has said there is this book and one more to go)

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James Jacobs wrote:
Kalindlara wrote:

(I figured I'd put the question in a separate post for ease of answering.)

How much will the Westcrown of Hell's Vengeance (especially Hell Comes To Westcrown) look like the Westcrown of Council of Thieves? Is continuity being carefully maintained, or is Council of Thieves treated as an unreliable older source?

Thank you! ^_^

It will look physically like the established Westcrown, and the content of Council of Thieves is pretty much 100% reliable. That said...

** spoiler omitted **

Hope that clears it up? It'll be covered in more detail, of course, in PF #108.

Any chance of any of the NPC'S from council of thieves showing up? (Thinking mainly children of westcrown members but could be anyone really.)

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So any updates on whats happning?

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James Jacobs wrote:

Warpriests of Asmodeus don't cut it?

What is it folks want if that's not the case? Someone who's lawful evil who has the mercy mechanic? Someone who is lawful evil but gets to call themselves some sort of paladin?

Well cant speak for ayone else but the feel I get is antipaladin fits LE better than CE (Mostly from running one through Way of the wicked where the author suggests just making them LE.)

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Really liked the investigators journal at the start seems they may be building up to something more in Razmir in the future (At least I hope)

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Yes give in to your hate it has made you powerfull.

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