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Goblin Squad Member. 11,150 posts (17,332 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 57 aliases.


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One group would have no problem, the other character...yeah best to stay away :)


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Had a game where we were in a fight with a black dragon, and the rogue managed to drop on it as it flew by, made strength, acrobatics and grapple checks round after round while stabbing it to death, as we shot at it and threw spells at it. She rode it to the ground as it died, and made another acrobatics check to survive the fall and reduce damage.
She was called "The Spider" forever after.


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Would you believe there's a Romulan version out there too?


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Don't sit in my spot.


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Not everything has to make sense, friggin' morons.


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quibblemuch wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Be sure to aim colon spray carefully.
This is generally good life advice.

What to get the skunk in your life that already has everything...


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Got 99 problems, but immortality ain't one.


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Male Drow (noble) 14 Ranger

Weeeeeee!

Umm. Was Krays paged? Is there a champion alert system?


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

Actually it has been confirmed that it IS the Ghost we see in Rogue One.

New Season 3 Trailers, do NOT click unless you are prepared for 'that's no moon' sized Spoilers. Warning. Warning. Warning.

The TIE Defender is now canon (again). I can die happy.


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As to the main topic...

"Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter."
- Yoda


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Who wants to play Dragon and Donkeys' hatchling-foal-things?
Dragonkeys? Donkagons? <ponder>


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This would be a good question for the "Ask James Jacobs Anything" thread.


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Always...no...never forget to check your references.


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You know.


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The answer that was found is clearly: Pancakes.


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ryric wrote:


See, I wouldn't consider that character to be a "special snowflake" in the bad sense. The character certainly has a unique personality, but it sounds like she enhanced the fun of everyone at the table. That's fine. It reaches the "bad" side if the player had insisted that she be allowed to play an actual minotaur starting out, regardless of campaign theme. Bonus points if she then later disrupts adventures because her minotaur won't fit in kobold-sized tunnels.

It could have gotten there, though, easily, and had with that player in other games. I realize not all players of this type do not wish to contribute to a group effort, but in her case she truly does. Treating her ideas as a puzzle to be solved rather than just a problem to be handled ended up making the game memorable and enjoyable for all the right reasons :P


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quibblemuch wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
I GM'd a game in theme similar to we be goblins, except i asked everyone to roll a kobold character. One player, who is known for having a flair for the creative, insisted that her kobold believed it was a minotaur.
Hee hee... "minitaur"...

That was one of the things they'd say to tease her character :)


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I GM'd a game in theme similar to we be goblins, except i asked everyone to roll a kobold character. One player, who is known for having a flair for the creative, insisted that her kobold believed it was a minotaur. As the game went on, the other characters (not the players) teased her kobold barbarian about being crazy, because of those beliefs. She played it to the T. She bought a helmet with cow horns on it, and would charge people as part of her raging. She had appropriate rage powers She took the crazy talk, with "one day you'll see!" and really played into the concept. So, I wrote up a PrC for her to take to actually turn into a minotaur while raging (not all at once, it scaled up to a large minotaur by 10th level). I presented it to her, and she accepted it.
Normally, I think some people would get sick of the "special snowflake" player and roll their eyes. When her character actually turned into a minotaur during a major boss fight, it was fantastic. The other characters still thought she was weird, but no longer called her crazy.
I guess my point here is, that as a GM you can completely decide how much a "special snowflake" player does or does not disrupt your campaigns.


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You're in my spot.


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Candy grams? Friggin' ridiculous, and friggin' illogical.


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Stirges. They suck.


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100% loved this movie.
The CGI wasn't anywhere near as bad as described up thread.


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Remove 9th level casting classes from your games. 6th level delays things more along the lines of what you're looking for.

On a side note, perhaps the word "delayed" would have been a better choice for this thread?


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Steam has a sale right now on all Lucasfilm classic Star Wars games.
I picked up Tie Fighter Wars Special Edition, and seriously thinking about getting KotOR as well.


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Order of the Scourge?


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Stealth poli thread failed it's roll.


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I play an inquisitor of Osiris in Mummy's Mask, and just used this spell for the first time, against a cultist. He was interrogating him and he got all smug, which irritated my character...
"You cultists. You work towards things you can't possibly grasp, and accept the most horrible things to be done to you in the name of some dead pharoah. You unleash mindless undead in your wake and threaten the innocent citizens, and you DON'T EVEN KNOW WHY YOU'RE DOING IT! YOU ARE A DISEASE! ORISRIS SEES! OSIRIS JUDGES! OSIRIS CLEANSE YOU FROM THIS WORLD!"

Funny thing...he took max damage and almost died from it...


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I'll send you a McRib.


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Woo hoo!
Thanks Taig so much for doing this :)


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Play a Slayer?


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Count me in as well!


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Hell, go dread devourer...you become a tank that can eat souls, then SLA pane shift to...wherever the hell you want.


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You could totally pay -2 and not get a spell, and use whirlwind attack...
Doesn't sound like a good idea, but you could.


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Two weapon fighting: You get an extra thing!
Whirlwind: You don't get the extra thing.
Spell combat: I get an extra thing, though, right?
Whirlwind: ...


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As someone who played a dark jedi imperial ace pilot in SWG...I concur.

Spoiler:
There was a quest you could get from Darth Vader to get his old fighter from SW III, that if you failed any step, he'd force choke you to death. Was the best quest ever :)


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I read them :)


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I just got the DVD series for Venger's stats...


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Male Human Gestalt Inquisitor/Dragon Knight 16
Elektra Kalama wrote:
Ghalen Kiln wrote:
Elektra Kalama wrote:
Ghalen Kiln wrote:

Winces at the sudden telepathic message...

"I'm never going to get used to that..." he mutters under his breath.

"Get used to what?" she asked, confused.

Heh. When you grow up around telepathy it's not so jarring. :)

"Telepathy. I don't like it, although I'm sure dating the high seer's daughter will probably cure me of that eventually."
"So, telepathy is weird where you come from? Sorry, it's just that's really weird to me. It's just such a normal part of life for us...it's easier I think when you're used to it. You know you have good control of it so it's fine. And really useful."

He nods in understanding.

"I don't spend enough time in dragon form to really use it a whole lot, so I'm not there yet, and I don't seem to be able to do it in this form.
I have noticed that a lot of 'native' species here on Agartha seem to have the ability. It's a marvel, really, from a scientific standpoint. Though I imagine magic has far more to do with it than any evolutionary need for it. Or possibly a combination of the two..."


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My favorite character of all time was played in a one-on-one format for most of the almost 20 years I got to play him. He was an anti-hero from day one, and those types of characters are still a favorite to play to this day.
He started as an anti-paladin in 2E, spent some time in GURPS, then to D20 after the gestalt rules came out, and finally played with the rules of the GM's home-brewed game system.
I've played with better DMs, and had other characters I really, really enjoyed, but those games, and that character will always be my favorite.
When playing that character, the dice always landed where they needed to whenever he was doing something crazy, or arrogant, or in regards to his faith in his god. Every, single, time. Haven't had that with any character since.

I guess the "embarrassment" factor comes from my favorite character not being from a game with other players, in a game that's intended to be at least four people plus DM.


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Hiyas KC!
This looks like tons of fun...one race I've always wanted to give a shot is the Entobian

Would this be acceptable?


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What are some common misconceptions about sea life (like sharks having to stay in motion)?


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This is all looking so fantastic. The more I read on Starfinder, the more I want to see. Keep it comin'!


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Yeah...I dunno. I'd become pretty scary. Enough so that I'd need to become a hermit, probably. Or, take over the planet. Tomayto, tomahto.


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Bob_Loblaw wrote:

I was invited to game as Cindy with some friends this weekend. There will be 5 of us. 3 know about me and one has never met me before. I was told that he would be fine with it (I don't think that they've talked to him though). I am really thinking about doing it. I would normally avoid meeting a new person as Cindy, but I'm starting to think that this may be the best thing I can do. I will be among friends, doing something I enjoy and the one person who doesn't know me yet hasn't had a chance to form any opinions. This means that he will start off knowing right away. I will have nothing to hide. I can always just leave if it's not comfortable. Since he will be on a date with one of the ladies there, she will learn how he treats people who are different.

I'm still scared, but I think this may be a good idea.

Your example of courage is inspiring. Good luck, and have fun!


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Don't forget ranks in Heal. He didn't spend time in medical school to not have ranks in Heal ;)


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thejeff wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:

Quoting Glenn Beck now?

Interesting.
Using the king of the tin foil hat people to justify something is amusing to me, seeing as how he wouldn't have been a reliable source 8 years ago.

It's kind of along the lines of "when Jerry Garcia tells you you're doing too many drugs, it's time to cut back."

When the wacko racist tin foil hat guy thinks your ideas are too far out there, you may have a problem.

...

Ok.


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Male Kobold (Adult Black dragon) Gestalt Sorceror/Oracle Necromancer; Champion of Death
narrator wrote:

Death looked uncomfortable, insomuch as a skull could show discomfort. Which, as it turned out, was rather a great deal. AH. STRAIGHT TO THE POINT. I DON'T SUPPOSE WE COULD AT LEAST HAVE COOKIES FIRST? NO? IT'S PROBABLY FOR THE BEST. THEY DIDN'T TURN OUT ANY BETTER THAN THE TEA.

I AM LIMITED IN HOW MUCH I AM ALLOWED TO SHARE. THIS SITUATION IS EXCEPTIONALLY...DELICATE. THE EXISTENCE OF MORE THAN ONE TIME IN A SINGLE UNIVERSE CREATES COMPLICATED ALLIANCES. I HAVE MADE PROMISES. THERE WAS A LARGE GAMBLE. IF THIS GAMBLE DOES NOT PAY OFF THEN ALL WILL END IN THE NEAR FUTURE.

Krays' anger melts as he walks forward, and places his had on his master's shoulder, giving him a look of sympathy.

"Master...I'm sorry for my pointedness. Things are never simple, or straight forward in my service to you. I did not intend to cause you discomfort. I worry not just for the lives of my family and friends, but I worry for your existence as well. I will not ask you to betray any confidences, even if it's to my wife's former master. Please, Master. Tell us what you can. Help us help you, and help me champion your power."

Ephebe:
Ephebe will realize over her bond, that Krays does not see Death as just his Master, but as a father-figure or other deeply admired and respected family member. It may be hard for any other creature, but for Krays, he simply loves Death, like Ephebe loves Ryleh. This is where his zealotry comes from, his fire when dealing with those that abuse the powers of death, or attempt to harm his loved ones.

Heh. Sympathy for a giant robed skeleton...

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