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RPG Superstar 2014 Marathon Voter. FullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 4,147 posts (4,465 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 11 Pathfinder Society characters. 9 aliases.


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<3


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anytime I see this thread come back, then realize it is someone questioning why it is here rather than discussing the rules of succubus grappling


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Jiggy wrote:
Live Bait wrote:
knightnday wrote:
Because people love to throw around pejoratives against that which they don't like till they lose meaning -- see also minimaxing, power gamer, optimizer, munchkin and so on. Ask 10 gamers and you will likely get 12 definitions for any of them. Best advice is to take anything said after those terms with a grain of salt and a large dose of your own experience.
Not tequila and lime?
Depends: do tequila and lime constitute "your own experience"? ;)

instructions unclear


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I went back in time to not read that


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cheese people
that took this thread from being just pretty bad
to just basically being the worst example of thread people


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souls


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<3 this blog's title so much


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Scintillae wrote:
I should just mine forums for random sentences.

...

Lamontius wrote:
I tried to imagine that sound as erotic but I keep hearing macho man randy savage in my head instead


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flurry of dirty trick maneuvers


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guys everyone in this party seems to be having fun and doing pretty well
how can we fix this and keep it from happening in the future


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if your avatar was your sexytime wear

:O

:|

:)


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when in doubt
just keep using u's


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it is okay Orthos
it is not like they are scary and fast or anything

OH MY GOD THEY ARE SO SCARY AND FAST


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http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/combat.html#moving-through-a-square


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completely plausible


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Something something toughness something tribal scars

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next thing you know
rerolls will be for sale

wait


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but those things do not happen in my games
so is it okay if I pass

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still not going to use the poop shingle
because it still looks like a poop shingle


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the bushido mechanic explained in the Resolve class ability is pretty complicated no doubt

I mean

if it actually existed
then yeah, totally


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it is almost as if arbitrary titles given to collections of rules mechanics have no functional bearing on what you actually make

:O

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PFS is pretty rad
except when it is not


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Brother Fen wrote:
The Screen is the symbol of the GM's status. It says "I am running this world for you and my word is law." The onus is on the GM to be a fair GM. In my opinion, if you have to do everything in the open to keep your rolls "honest", you aren't a good GM.

disagree


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*requests a hi5 from his punching person*

sorry
I was too busy activating Combat Expertise with my brohort here


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THE ROC SAYS THAT NO MATTER HOW MANY IMITATORS COME ALONG
NO MATTER HOW MANY THINK THEY CAN BE A
JABRONI BEATING
PIE EATING
HIGHFLYING
ELECTRIFYING
FLYBY ATTACK DROPPING
SPINE POPPING
FEATHER RAISING
PEOPLE'S CHAMPION

THAT THERE WILL ONLY EVER BE ONE...

GREAT ONE


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would love to know whether or not these rules are going to be utilized for PFS


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an understanding of what my players want to bring to the table before it is brought to the table

that sounds like crazy talk


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Gorbacz wrote:

It's not like the sexuality of any other iconic was explicitly spelled out in Meet The Iconics.

Maybe except for Alain's thing for horses...

Pathfinder Wiki wrote:
Donahan represents everything Alain looks for in a partner: absolute loyalty, absolute trust—and absolute obedience.

:|

:(

D:


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I am trying to learn by reading everything posted in here but now I think I am going to stop


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look at me
look at me
I am the GM now


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Grease + Irresistible Dance: Electric Boogaloo


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itt I find out I am a standard man


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Diego Valdez wrote:
Readerbreeder wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:

Julie: I'm coming over to your department. Please stand by.

Diego: Please don’t hurt us
Katina: *hides*
This is under a flag of truce, I hope... Otherwise I fear it will not end well.
It wasn't... We're down a Katina =0(

maybe she is just really really good at hiding

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Excellent offering, looking forward to running it this weekend. I just suck at riddles.

I have an irrational hatred for most of the PFS scenarios that are riddle-centric and only ran this one due to some player requests

that being said, after running this I appreciate the way the riddle in this story is used to provide a framework for the story itself rather than just as a solution to gaining a prestige point

really enjoyed my experience, great whimsical scenario with a unique tone, and augmented by having had a great group at my table

two knocks, however:

that sub-basement map is a muddled mess of "can this square be occupied", "can I fit through here" and from me as the GM, "why is this so unnecessarily diagonal and complicated in shape"

my other knock is the write-up of the Dictionarium room, which has a tone taken that it is really bad if the PCs flood this room, yet doing so actually makes things much easier throughout the rest of the sub-basement (in addition to skipping this room potentially has the PCs miss out on gp and a couple of semi-useful items)

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one thing that has helped my wife and I lately is to pre-roll and write down the initiatives for the enemies the PCs encounter as well as have the PCs pre-roll a half-dozen or so Initiative scores and Perception checks at the very beginning of the game


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time to go look up non-binary


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WHY
WHO TOLD YOU THAT I COULD HELP YOU WITH THIS?!


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Cosmo wrote:

Sara Marie: You know what moms are great for?

Liz: Animal skulls.

but mommmmmm I don't have time to gather blood for the blood god and skulls for the skull throne right nowwwwww, jeeeezzzz, I'll do it later!


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As a GM I do what I think is best for the campaign, per group, to try to maximize the fun for everyone involved

Things that I might limit for one particular group of players, a certain AP, module or setting, might then be allowed under different circumstances

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lamontius why are you wearing a shirt that has a picture of a purple poop laying on a roof shingle on it

BECAUSE I LOVE THE DARK ARCHIVE

*sobs*


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uh obviously she was not there the last time MY mixtape dropped

Liberty's Edge

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OKAY FELLAS LET'S DO THIS


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the description of the reach weapon threatened squares in this guide does not seem to match the FAQ item on this same topic


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look up tucker's kobolds

Grand Lodge

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GRAPPLE, BECAUSE WHATCHU GONNA DO, BROTHER, WHEN BROTHER HOLGAN HOLYWOOD OF THE ORDER OF THE NEW WORLD GETS THE TWENTY-FOUR INCH PYTHONS ON YOUUUUUUUUUUU, BROTHER?!

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never say never

I want my players to have a good time and be successful

that being said, if the monster has nothing else better to do, can't reach another player, tactics infer that it would keep attacking, etc. then yeah, I will do it

I have never had to do it, however, though I have had it done to one of my PFS characters

no complaints on what the GM chose to do during that encounter, it made sense for that particular moment


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*no goblin babies were harmed, sold or covered in ketchup popsicles during the creation of my character


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I think there is some confusion in that my character
A. does not actually sell anything
2. does not actually produce or carry ketchup Popsicles
D. does not specifically interact with women wearing white gloves

but just to bake some noodles further
he IS a devoted shelynite


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lvl 11
Diplomacy + 17
Bluff + 16
Intimidate + 18
unbuffed

usually rolls with buffed skills in the low 20s

not main party face

but he has the mechanics to back up how I play him and what I say in-character, rather than having the titles given to collections of game mechanics defining the only way to play the game

my general response on a successful roll, when my CHA is brought up

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