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Vedavrex Misraria

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Goblin Squad Member. 8,463 posts (14,026 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 41 aliases.


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And that's not insulting at all. Kudos on taking the higher ground.


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"I'm sorry you took it that way" is not an apology.


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Male Drow (noble) 14 Ranger

ERMAHGERD

Someone threw the book at Vai!

(rim shot)


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I had a gal who asked me out when I was a sophomore in high school. I turned her down because I thought it was a joke. She was incredibly pretty, and I thought she was out of my league. 2 more years pass and I realize her "type" was indeed guys like me, seeing the other dudes she dated in HS.

That was a tough realization...


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If you posit that novas are a problem, then Ssalarn says your assumption is that all that psions do is nova, I don't see how that misrepresents your argument.


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Male Drow (noble) 14 Ranger

Kryzbyn is the name of my Drizzt clone that I played in 2nd Ed DnD.
Went through alot of crap to get my DM and friend to approve it. Long story short, 4 years and 14 levels later he ended up being one of two of my favorite characters so far, and nothing like the guy I got the idea from.


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David Weber's HH books are great reads for space naval tactics.
All of the "why's" he's come up with make sense, and work well together.
I don't know that I'd classify it as hard sci-fi, but he doesn't just handwave why things work the way they do, he explains it in detail. Better yet, he sticks to it as well.


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Scott Betts wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Damn. A thread where I find myself near constantly agreeing with Scott. It's kind of surreal.
Even a broken clock is correct twice a day :)
I think we probably have different opinions on how that ought to be read.

More than likely :)


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Dude meets people he don't like...phantom army!
Fights a guy who can beat the phantom army...TOUGHER PHANTOM ARMY!


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I like it as-is, in the sense that they are expanding it with new ideas and concepts at least once a year, pushing the d20 envelope.


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That I played a Drizzt clone...


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Nope. Not yet.


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Much more relevant and useful than say, asking if a paladin can worship an evil deity.
Because that's a complete waste of time.


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Like Santa Claus!


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Crystal Frasier wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
There's an incredibly lucky woman out there for Miss Page.
Lissa says I am not allowed to respond to this comment

Tell her it's just further evidence of your good taste in women :)


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How do you do a review on a class you've admittedly not even read through?

How can you expect that review to be taken seriously?

Goblin Squad Member

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I tell you what, the first time I spend all day working to get some resource only to lose it before I can get to a bank because of PVP, I will stop playing. Sharing this misery by doing it to others doesn't seem like fun, either.

It's the same feeling you get when you clear 20 levels of Diablo and die, then realize you forgot to hit save. It stops being fun real quick.

I understand this can and will occur in PFO. I'm not asking that it doesn't. I'm just having the same conversation with myself that I've had along along this process: Is this something I will want to spend time and money doing?


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Can't stand CCGs or the like, but I'm really excited for ya'll.
Big step into a broader market! Kudos :)


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I'll miss his funny


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Probably because it's assumed that a paladin will be LG and maintain his code of hoor and only willingly associate with non-evil folks.

If the developers had to write rules to prevent ridiculous miss perceived loopholes like this, the books would be 1500 pages long and cost 400 dollars each.


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Jiggy wrote:

I guess you could say there's a...

*puts on sunglasses*
...double standard.

YYYEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH.....


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LazarX wrote:
Kryzbyn wrote:
PRD wrote:
Associates: While she may adventure with good or neutral allies, a paladin avoids working with evil characters or with anyone who consistently offends her moral code. Under exceptional circumstances, a paladin can ally with evil associates, but only to defeat what she believes to be a greater evil. A paladin should seek an atonement spell periodically during such an unusual alliance, and should end the alliance immediately should she feel it is doing more harm than good. A paladin may accept only henchmen, followers, or cohorts who are lawful good.
Where in there does it say a Paladin must worship a deity?
Irrelevant question. Choosing to worship a diety (which is what this thread is all about) is certainly making an association with one. You can not choose to associate with evil save under exceptional circumstances. And a Paladin would have to so full of himself to think that his association would change an evil diety that he's not going to be a Paladin for long.

Oh, ok.

I was only talking about whether a deity was required by paladins to get their powers.
I think the question of whether they can worship an evil one is silly and covered by common sense.


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Gal: "You know they can't put anything that's not true on the internet."
Guy: "Where'd you hear that?"
In unison: "The internet."


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Whens the next class book due out, and which classes will it cover?


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There's an incredibly lucky woman out there for Miss Page.


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WANT BOOK NAO


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I guess it's just easy to remember that human beings are built in two parts: soul and shell.
For most people the two match, for others they do not.

Some are attracted to the soul in an opposite shell, while others are attracted to a soul in the same shell.

Some don't even care about the shell at all, and are focused on loving the soul...

To each their own.


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Or without appropriate terms you're left with "normal" and "not-normal" which isn't ideal to say the least.


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She was born female, despite her biological body.


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I got into a pretty candid discussion with Crystal and Lissa in the LGBT thread. I asked a bunch of what I learned were un-cool and insensitive questions, but they were extremely patient and answered them.
It was incredibly educational and I'd encourage anyone who's uncomfortable asking questions here to give that thread a look-see.


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There also used to be a similar show on Fox where a crew of misfits/criminals ended up being real damn heroes.

I forget the gorram name...


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...!


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It was funny without losing it's seriousness.
It covered almost the entire range of emotions without going overboard.
The first sad moment is only like 2 minutes into the movie, with the first laugh not too far behind that one.

The soundtrack itself is a character of a sort in the movie, and the timing of when and which song is used was brilliant.

The dialogue wasn't weak or used as a filler between action scenes, which is a major problem in a lot of superhero movies.

It was a glorious motion picture.


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Maybe she likes her body the way it is, and no body else needs to worry about it?


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thejeff wrote:

Or else what? John Kerry will do some diplomacy?

When will that start to happen anywhere?


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Male Drow (noble) 14 Ranger

People can have good reasons for being crazy, but they are still crazy ;)


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Didn't matter one iota.

Most people, including my parents (devout Christians, all), saw how ridiculous it was, so it didn't matter.


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Head butting for justice!!


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Story wise I could see a cold war that would arise between magic users and psionicists...


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You'd have to invent magic spells that specificly effect some psionic powers, and vice versa.
Over time, these would occurr, I would think.


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It's not necessary.
I think it's just there to make the DM's job easier.
If it's not there, magic users can not counter psionics, can not identify psionics in use (unless they have the non-class skill to do so), and can not nullify psionics (no dispel, no anti-magic area). Also, the same is true of psionicists vs magic/spells.
I can see many story reasons to not have the transparency.

I've played in games before where psionicists were rare, but they most often became anti-mages, and policed errant magic users. We did not use transparency. It worked well, I thought, but then again I played the psionicist :)


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Riddick?

Improvise item fighter, that kills with coffe cups, sardine can keys, etc.


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Generaly, if I read through a class' mechanics and don't think of an idea I'd enjoy playing, I pass on it.


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Paizo folks go without saying...past and present.


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...and Gorbacz...

Maybe it'd be quicker to make a list of folks that don't rock...but, positive! Never mind :)


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EvilLincoln, fo sho!


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Cheapy, BBT, Ashiel, Ciretose, Tels, Orthos, Amberzombie...and almost everyone in the Avalon game.
You guys all rock.


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Dear God 0.0

People should be required to listen to Word Crimes...

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