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Vedavrex Misraria

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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber. 9,198 posts (14,970 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 44 aliases.


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Male Drow (noble) 14 Ranger

It was entertaining, at the least, to watch 2 characters fight that had been built to not have any real weaknesses.
It had the outcome I expected.


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Lorant.


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The ability to easily AOE as a martial would be amazing. I love playing those kind of classes in MMOS, just because of the bang for the buck (more hits per resource spent) and the ability to tank/destroy groups both enhances your survivability (they die to quick to really be a threat) when soloing. That's why I love Unholy Dks, and Paladins in WOW, and to a lesser extent Warriors.
Shadowknights in EQ2 I think are the best at this, amongst all of the caster tank classes I've ever played in an MMO. I miss that character horribly, as the game doesn't offer me anything other than nostalgia anymore.


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*warlock*

...and I'll need a t-shirt too :P


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<obligatory BMX Bandit comment>

:P


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I'm using one right now. My motivation is to play test a home brewed class. I could have asked a player to do so, but having to rework things on the fly is easier as a GMPC.

We are in the middle of book 2 of WotW, and the character hasn't out shined any of the other PCs, nor been relied upon to solve puzzles/beat baddies.

It's just another tool in the GM tool box.


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I've never seen CG played that way. Usually it's the CNs that are.
YMMV I guess.


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I have that book as well. Really liked it.


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If they are to remake a "DnD" movie, they should look at APs or modules and use those for a script.
The night below would make an awesome movie. OR series of movies.


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Mathius wrote:
But I wear full plant and switching to breast plate will lower my AC.

iirc, it was "I already got a +2 breastplate, and I don't want to carry two of them around."


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Recent example:

WotW spoilers:
At the end of the battle of Balentyne keep, the party faces a paladin. When you defeat him, Asmodeus changes the armor from +2 Breastplate of the Champion into +2 Dastardly Breastplate.

GM (me): As the paladin lay defeated, the clouds gather overhead, as you feel the presence of your dark master. The brightly burnished breastplate with the holy symbol of Mitra, darkens and turns black, as that symbol is replaced with the symbol of Asmodeus!
Player (anti-paladin of Asmodeus): Umm. Meh. I don't want it. (proceeds to give a lame metagame reason why he shouldn't claim this breastplate)
GM (me): <facepalm>


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Brad McDowell wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
Umm I don't have any ki people...

"Let's eat, Grandma."

"Let's eat Grandma."

Punctuation is important, which Ravingdork understands and uses appropriately.

Stop clubbing, baby seals!


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If a person's negligence leads to the death of a child, and there are laws that govern this, then they should be followed.

I can't imagine a person's spouse being all "s**t happens" about their partner killing their child, accident or no.


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YOU WHO ARE MINDLESS...


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Kryzbyn wrote:
They jsut had a FAQ about effects centered on "you" or a target creature and above normal sized creatures. basically, they radiate to a radius around them taking their size into account. You don't end up with a perfect sphere, its a shape inline with the creature who cast it/it landed on.

Ahh, sorry. I was at work and skimming.

I read someone mention a gargantuan creature caught in it's own radius, thought I'd mention the FAQ.


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Technically, it's not a lyrakien. It's a lump of your flesh that looks like a lyrakien with a lyrakien's abilities. I don't think it would have the same motivations/goals a true lyrakien has.
I'd think right off the bat people would be able to tell it's not a real lyrakien.
But that could be too strict of an interpretation.


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Elans are by far my favorite psionic race. Will be picking this up.


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Nice!


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Indeed, he often does...


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Yes. I like both. I like when I'm at home to have the physical copy to read, and take the PDF to games.


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I wish I was as smart as Orthos and avoided those threads like the plague...


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OMG
Eric the half a bee eidolon!
<makes notes>


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I just sub'd so I could get the PDF asap :)


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^ A TRAP!!


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Artemis Moonstar wrote:

Dear Ashiel....

So... What's in the box?

I know this one...

It's a cat who's current state is in question...


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The church I grew up in will not allow my fiancee and I to get married there because we lived together before hand. So, we'll do JoP instead.


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YYEEEEAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!


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DM Under The Bridge wrote:
Does a forest dragon breathe out trees as the breath weapon?

LOL

No it's like Don Cheadle's Captain Planet. Their breath weapon turns people into trees.


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Let's not turn this thread into a "depiction of female armor" thread, eh?
There's other threads for that.


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Where'd you get the idea for Balthazar's eidolon?


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Usually the most rewarding class to play, imho, RP wise.


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If it wasn't a big deal if Senators did that in the 80's with Russia, why is it a big deal now?


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Gem dragons are off shoots from the Metallics and Chromatics in my world. When psionics became prevalent, gem hatchlings began to immurge from other dragon's eggs. The dragons held a conclave, and it was revealed that the over deity had put this in motion. Dragons have the role of defender of the world on a grand scale, and now if enemies show up that are psionic, these new dragons would be there to aid them.
The new kids on the block, the Gems have formed their own culture within dragon culture and such, and have only been around for 5 or 6 dragon generations.


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Male Half fiend/half giant 16 Gunslinger (pistolero)/16 Barbarian (Brutal Pugilist)

And i ain't got nothin' to do with that mess.


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I hope Christianity as is declines in the US.
I hope more Christians live the teachings of Christ.


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This is really cool stuff!


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I had necro-tech gnomes and Drow that worshipped them selves.


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Whenever I play a psionic character, it's an Elan. They're the right amount mysterious and cool, and a little bit creepy.


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..and Elans are my favorite race.


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Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
Artyom wrote:

Ladies and gentlemen, let me give you some advice here:

Don't. Just don't.

And for those of you who are raging about those 'treasonous' Republicans, you might want to consider the actions of a certain Ted Kennedy. He had actively contacted the Soviet Union to assist in derailing then-President Reagan's policy. THAT is damn close to the legal definition, right there.

Maybe not.

Indeed.

That article wrote:


"We knew senators were doing this sort of thing all the time and we ignored it," Adelman said. "We didn’t think it was important, and it wasn’t. The administration didn’t care about it."


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Is there any kind of genre you really wanted to try, but as of yet, have not incorporated into Golarion? If so what genre/theme?


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Male Drow (noble) 14 Ranger

Am I the only one hoping that Fei kicks that b%#!+'s ass?


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Ashiel wrote:
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Ashiel, what do you believe the sort of features a Mage-Killer would definitely require to achieve it's concept?

Aka if this class walked into a room with a Wizard, it'd be a 70-30 odds(60-40 is also acceptable) of them killing the Wizard mono E mono.

Assuming we're talking both classes being able to bring their full potential to work at each tier of levels, I'd be looking for something like the following.

1. Excellent defenses vs magic, similar to barbarians and Paladins (superstition, eater of magic, divine grace, select immunities, etc.), energy resistances, etc.
2. Ways of dealing with spells (really strong dispelling abilities, like the barbarian's spell sunder).
3. Methods of piercing illusions (see invisibility/true seeing kind of stuff).
4. Methods of stifling the mage's options. Preventing the mage from doing things like teleporting, dimension dooring, shadow walking, plane shifting. Combined with piercing illusions above so that you can actually land the hits to apply the effects. If your attacks dimensional anchored your foe, for example.
5. Abilities to sweep summoned adds. You don't have to kill them, but dispelling/dismissing would work too (spell sunder + whirlwind attack can be surprisingly effective and tossing a lot of summoned adds back to hell).
6. Abilities to say "F-NO" to tactics like magic-jar + simulacrum (spell sunder works here again, because you can literally spank the wizard out of the body) so that the wizard cannot hide inside it's icecream solar.
7. Good mobility (you need to be able to chase that wizard down when he starts playing defensively). This may mean having your own 'ports like dimension door. You'll probably also want an ability that'll let you become ethereal or attack ethereal creatures so when the wizard uses projected image + ethereal jaunt you can continue your offense rather than just diving for cover while trying to outlast the spell-throwing image. Also freedom of movement is a staple.
8....

<takes notes>


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Or in instances when you know damn well you are female, but your shell makes you shave it's face and wear roomy underwear.

I could see that being very oppressive.


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Hideous Laughter is the best medicine = Heal 1d8+5 per round of laughing.


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Well, of course. Great minds, and all that. :)


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Sleeping Beauty, because Maleficient is best depiction of evil in cinema?

yes this is my answer, but its a question too...see whut I did thar?


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thejeff wrote:
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It's nice to see candidates eliminated this early in the race.

Saying bad things about gay people doesn't eliminate you from the Republican primaries. It's practically required.

Seeing as how I'm a Republican voter, it will matter for my vote.

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