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Male Human Gestalt Inquisitor/Dragon Knight 16
Elektra Kalama wrote:
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..."
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.
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.
Your example of courage is inspiring. Good luck, and have fun!
Male Kobold (Adult Black dragon) Gestalt Sorceror/Oracle Necromancer; Champion of Death
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 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...
It's simply too early to tell. We already have protests, and the man isn't even in office yet.
My advice is to not give in to fear, and live your life. Worry about the day to day, here and now. This is not a dismissal of your fears, as no one has the right to say it's not valid to you.
Good to hear you're safe, as well as the other voters in your area.
I think they clarified what each response meant well on the ballot. As to my personal view, I'd like it there as an option. I don't think it should be used nearly as often as it is some places, but for Nikko Jenkins, I'll make an exception.
As others have pointed out, the reason that role is called "Tank" in an MMO, is becasue plate fighters were called Tanks in TTRPGS before MMOs existed.The aggro mechanics of the MMO is irrelevant when using the term to describe a role you want your character to portray in a TTRPG.
Everyone understands what it means, unless you spend time splitting hairs.
Any given fighter can be built a bunch of different ways, for different functions. If they take intercept feats, or feats that give penalties if other people don't attack them, it can be done.
So in this case, if I said I wanted to play a fighter, and the GM asked what kind of fighter, I'd say a "tank", and he'd understand the goal, whether it's 100% mechanically possible or not, he can still be RP'd as a protector, and act that way in combat. You dig?
You can be one or the other, or both.
Are any of us less gamers than the other? Are any of us "better" at gaming? Being geeks?
Are broad brush terms stupid? Yes.
What would the future look like if Pathfinder magic and monsters suddenly appeared on modern-day Earth?
Fallen Paladin: Does attacking a possessed party member qualify as an Evil Act and Violation of the Paladin Code?
Bros before hoes is a terrible phrase, mostly because it implies that a man spending time with his lady should never supersede wanting to spend time with his male friends. This is belittling to the woman in question, and the person who is supposedly your friend doesn't take your feelings for her seriously.
I think, more than anything else, Asmodeus wants to give Sarenrae no reason to shift him from "redeemable" to "unredeemable" in her book. He's seen what happens when she decides a foe fits in the latter column. The response is quick, furious, and unrelenting. He would really have to have his ducks in a row before trying the "blackmail Sarenrae with releasing Rovagug" idea.
When I bought the engagement ring for my wife, I had paid attention to various things she had said while we were together, so I knew:
I found a ring that matched those, and when I proposed she was ecstatic when she saw the ring. I had never asked her a direct question about rings, so it was somewhat of a surprise, and she got the ring she wanted.
This was definitely a win/win :P