I took your comment as saying there are good options for item storage/retrieval other than a handy haversack, in terms of action economy
if that is what you mean then I would like to hear them as I frequently play casters with tons of scrolls/wands/rods/potions/etc.
Spring loaded wrist sheaths?
Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
what the-oh sure make fun of my illiteracy
all this thread has taught me is that Patrick Rothfuss is even more awesome than I previously thought and that AD does not understand cause and effect
Doug OBrien wrote:
well mainly it is teaching me who I do not want to talk to when I really just want to talk about pathfinder and occasionally say something that is for luls
but other than that yes it is becoming a pretty good list of thread people
I would shake my head at my own hypocrisy if I was not already at peace with being a thread person, essentially the whole nietzsche-monster-fighting thing and all that about the abyss gazing back into you and such
i think what scares me a little about the concept of certain players being perceived as 'dead weight' is that this notion may very well be exacerbated by the concept of 'elite scenarios' like Bone Keep
you want to bring your 'A-Team' to such an event and this may result in players from your gaming circle feeling excluded or that they are not good enough
this is something that has been on my mind ever since I played Bone Keep at my last Con
i don't want all the great folks at my PFS location to begin to feel segregated by their status as players in terms of accomplishments, player skill and/or experience
nevertheless, I am worried this might happen
I think that for me, it depends on how many levels it takes for my build to begin to resemble my intended concept.
I generally have a solid thematic idea, though not necessarily a set-in-stone roleplaying direction, when I begin to play a character.
While I have a blast in implementing and/or refining my chosen roleplaying concept right from the get-go, I find that at times I am chomping at the bit when I feel like it will jusssst take another level or two to get my build concept firing on all cylinders.
It is at those times, when I just don't quite have the feats to turn my barbarian into the feral archer concept I had built up in Herolab, or my Tetori Monk just doesn't yet have enough grappley stuff to get fully grappley, that I begin to want to level rather than just play my character.
oh okay probably why I missed it since I tend to avoid GW stuff
not because I do not like it but mostly because I would be too tempted to buy it all and wind up living in a cardboard box
but yeah that was the first thing I thought is that these would be a great Imperial Guard army
My wife also has her eye on a couple Raging Heroes releases for her upcoming PF gunslinger
the second one will end on a complete cliffhangerthe third one will just be absolutely terrible
then years later I will come out of retirement to make a fourth which will destroy any remaining sense of nostalgia you had for the first one
after that I will basically just fly around in my diamond-encrusted golden time machine that runs on burning one-hundred dollar bills and the tears of those I have utterly disappointed
is there like a filter you can apply to a thread where you can not see jaded advice or terrible ideas that will make the players virulently hate their gm or vice-versa
i hope it is in the queue before the sarcasm filter and the filter that edits out all the posts where I express fear that Ross Byers and Chris Lambertz are going to see me at a convention and punch me right in my face at the exact same time