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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...
Male Drow (noble) 14 Ranger
Kryzbyn is the name of my Drizzt clone that I played in 2nd Ed DnD.
David Weber's HH books are great reads for space naval tactics.
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?
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.
I guess it's just easy to remember that human beings are built in two parts: soul and shell.
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.
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 funny without losing it's seriousness.
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.
It's not necessary.
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 :)