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RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32, 2010 Top 8. Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 2013 Star Voter. Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 13,959 posts (14,031 including aliases). 14 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 16 Pathfinder Society characters. 3 aliases.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Loved transformers prime. Loved arcee, the approach to violence and death, and the kids grew on me over time.

They grew on me too, though I was glad for a kidless conclusion movie.

Of course I loved Arcee, I'm biased though, her voice actress is a) hot and b) a local girl.

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One other thing I forgot about running this...

I have an 'Appalachian twang' that normally lays dormant, but I brought it out in force for this. Every NPC they met looked them up and down, and said, 'y'aren't from 'round here, are ya?"

So much that the party started saying "No, we're not from around here." before I could say it.

If you really play them up as nice but strange backwoods folk, it works best.

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Best line of Detect Evil...

"I detect evil on the mayor!"

"He radiates evil."

"Really?"

"He's a poltician."

"Oh yeah, right."

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Farrindor wrote:
The Paracountess as the Guardian of Warehouse 13... fear that.

So.. Paracelsus as caretaker. Got it.

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Jiggy wrote:
Matthew Morris wrote:

I pronounce it like Johnathan does in "The Mummy"...

Ay-men-OH-fiss

I was about to chime in with the Mummy reference, as that's how I pronounce it too.

However, what you wrote isn't how I remember them pronouncing it in that movie. I thought they pronounced it "ah-MEN-o-fis"...?

An excuse to watch the Mummy and drool over Patricia Vasquez and Rachel Weiz again? How can I resist?

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Chris Mortika wrote:

Matt,

Badoon?

Alien race that conquered Earth in the original Guardians of the Galaxy comic. I think they showed up in a recent Captain Marvel book. Just figured I'd toss them out there. :-)

Maybe we'll see a badoon platoon on the moon.

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It seems to me they've set up the second season for themes of identity.

*Colson's dealing with the influence of the drug/Supreme intelligence

*Fitz recovering from brain damage. How much of him is still him if he's normal intelligence?

*Skye dealing with her inhuman/kree/badoon heritage?

*Hopefully Ward trying to find who Ward is without a "Garret and" in front of his name.

Heck, depending on Fitz's state, there are some potential parallels between him and Ward if they've both lost key parts of themselves.

Edit: and Fury confirming that T.A.H.I.T.I. did save an Avenger was a moment of heartwarming by itself.

Edit 2: what if the doodle is a circuit diagram for a certain maleveloent A.I.?

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Not sure who is reskinning though. There's nothing saying that you lose your powers for leaving the big R, anymore than a member of the lion blade prestige class loses those powers when they get caught in <redacted>.

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We've not had an issue as far as I can tell. Then again we seem to be able to be mature enough to not boot people who haven't played from a table. :-)

I do know replay w/o credit works when you want to be "along for the ride" for classics.

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Gods, I wish Ksenia could learn Russian :-) (in part because I use bastardized Russian for her hexes.)

Though now I have the concept of playing a Jadwiga who is honestly nice and sincere, just to annoy his family. Huh... A use for an Andoran background.

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Another "play play play!" scenario is when you expect 10 people, but only end up with seven (it happens) and each GM played the other scenario.

Why can't GM #2 be 'the 6th man'? I mean we're 'punishing' him for other people cancelling.

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Mikaze wrote:


While it doesn't present a deity exactly, the Iridian Fold explored in the current web fiction "Boar and Rabbit" might be of interest as well.

Have you read The Redemption Engine?

Spoiler:
I was pleasantly surprised to find the two members of the Iridian Fold had a belief that women couldn't have that close of a bond. It made them more real to me, that their belief had a very visible flaw. Then again I like a Saranrae persecuting Taldor and a slightly misogynistic Erastil too as it makes things more "real" to me.

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Thurston Hillman wrote:
Matthew Morris wrote:
Sad to see nothing for the falcata duelests of Taldor. Oh they got a magic falcata that is questionable due to inner sea gods.
Curious as to how the Purging Falcata is questionable due to ISG. Should just be a falcata that is particularly good at 'putting the pointy end' in religious folks.
ISC wrote:
First constructed for use during Taldor’s great purge of the Sarenite Cult of the Dawnflower, this +2 falcataAPG is inscribed with various religious slurs. While purging falcatas are typically attuned against followers of the Dawnflower, variants of this blade have been keyed to all variety of deities.
ISG wrote:

The church is strongest in Absalom, Katapesh, Osirion, Qadira, Taldor, and Thuvia, in which great gold-adorned open-air temples rise tall and white into the skies, though the church’s emphasis on kindness, healing, joy, and redemption makes it popular across the continents, and

shrines to the Dawnf lower dot countrysides in most nations.

"Hey look, here's a sword specifically designed to attack one of our biggest faiths!"

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I suppose a rondelero duelist archetype for the swashbuckler is too much to ask for?

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First steps Pt 1 last night, the party is investigating.

The gnome (Lini) decides to interrogate... one of the cats.

So I'm scrambling to put everything in the cat's PoV. So they learn that yes, she treats the cats well, of course she treats them better than the small humans. They're cats after all, they're more important than the small humans. Then...

"Is there anything I can get for you?"
"Yes, fish."

Cue the gnome running off *in the middle of the scenario* to buy fish for the cats.

Bonus that she didn't think to feed her animal companion any of the fish.

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It is one of the paradoxes I've always liked in the concept of Marvel America, how one balances the potential of super powered chaos with personal freedoms.

The resentment/mistrust for (most!) powered people makes sense. I explained it to a friend who was a DeVry graduate and DC fan thus.

"You've spent what, 4 years in college getting your degree? How many late nights working? How much student loan debt? How long have you put off your family for this? And now you're competing in a field against people who are just as motivated as you.

"Now you're in an interview against Doug Ramsey. He's younger than you, hasn't had all the schooling, but luck in the genetic lottery means he's *at least* as good as you at computers, if not better. Plus, they can pay him less because he doesn't have all that college debt to deal with."

"That's a passive mutation. Now imagine a world where there are active mutations. People get scammed all the time. Add in telepathic nudges. Did your wife really just have a fling, or did she encounter someone with mind control. School shootings? Imagine if someone like Havok or Black Cannary went postal? What is a cop going to do, really, if Spiderman says frak it, and robs a bank? Marvel normals may love their Avengers, but it doesn't stop them from fearing them."

In the movie verse, think of the respect and fear Natasha has for Bruce. She may admire Bruce Banner, but she's rightfully terrified of the Hulk. To me that's what Civil War should have been about, and it also sums up Steve's fears of what SHIELD was doing. Don't forget, Nick was all for Insight, until he became suspicious of what it could do.

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"Saranrae's burning bush!" Double entendre for the win.

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Cthulhudrew wrote:
Spiral_Ninja wrote:
Hama wrote:
Matthew Morris wrote:
Did anyone else appreciate the irony of the 'barbershop chair elevator'?
Captain? Please explain.

The Man From UNCLE.

Or the Girl.

Or both.

While those series may have inspired it, the barbershop HQ of SHIELD is an actual thing from the comic books.

That's what I was thinking of. (It shows up in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes too.)

I was kind of amused that Hydra had, in addition to stealing all of their stuff, stolen the barbershop enterance too.

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Winfred wrote:


No FAQ is required means anyone with a bit of common sense is smart enough to figure it out. In my experience most any GM could answer this without ever visiting the forums. The trouble with answering every convoluted argument they see is that it encourages the sort of people who do that silliness and discourage common sense. It would leave them with less time to work when they could have just left it to the GM.

So you're calling everyone who ever worked on 3.X, where the same language existed prior to the ARG clarifying it, people without common sense? Wow. Stay classy there Winny.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
I've met Matt, whatever chesting is it would be prodigious. :)

And OUTRAGEOUS .

(Sorry, been watching Batman, the Brave and the Bold on Netflix)

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I need to find them.

I have a bright yellow set of dice with white numbering. "I do not like the dice of shame."

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Seth Gipson wrote:
Doug Miles wrote:
Player 4: "Does anyone have a Bestiary? I don't know what the stats are for eagles."

GM: If you dont have the stats for it, then you didnt summon it. What do you have the stats for?

IMO

This.

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Swallowed it?

Did he want it back?

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Akin to the druid And tricks bit.

"It is written in Thassonian. Anyone speak it?"

"Um, what languages do I speak?"

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Jiggy, Nosig,

It is conflicting styles, but how do you both feel about a GM who wants *something* to go on? Even if it is something as simple as "I want to compliment him on his hat and ask for the map."

As a GM, my personal preference is a cinamatic style of play with descriptions, but don't want to discomfort anyone (well not overly).

Part of being a good GM is adapting, not only to annoyances like in this thread, but to players comfort levels.

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s_gmusic wrote:
Don Walker wrote:

Player1: <constantly rolling dice> <stops>

GM: OK Player1 your turn.
Player1: I hit for XX damage. <begins to start rolling dice again>

I do the constant die rolling thing both as a player and GM. As a player, it's a "let's kill all the low rolls so when I need to really do something, it'll be high" superstition. As a GM, it feeds the paranoia well, especially in Wrath of the Righteous.

Another GM paranoid trick but requires a screen.

Want to make players paranoid? Grab a bunch of dice but make the damage dice special (like all of your red d6 but you grab a fist full of dice.) Roll all the dice for a horrendous noise, then lament your bad dice luck and announce the damage. Your players will simultaneously panic at the racket and breathe a sign of relief at your luck.

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nosig wrote:
redward wrote:
The Morphling wrote:
Another thing that bugs me is when a player looks at the GM and says "Give me a Will save."

This used to bother me, but then I realized that it's the exact same thing I would say to a player as a GM. So it could easily be considered learned behavior. I'll usually respond by saying something like "what am I saving against? I need to know in case it's immune."

I've been on the recieveing end of this from a judge too - his "Make a Will save" is sometimes replied to with "make an SR check", or I might start listing the bonuses I get... is it a fear effect, demon caster, sleep effect, illusion, pain effect, shadow magic, sonic, language dependant, ...

As a GM, I'm known for asking for saves for no reason (except paranoia)

Spoiler:

Saturday, playing on trap fears.

"Ok I'll open the door."
"Make a reflex save."
"Is it poison? Magic? Mind Affecting."
"Mind Affecting."
"Ok, so I get a plus 1. Wait, a reflex save that's mind affecting?"
"Yup."
"Ok, 21, does that make it?"
"Yes."
"So what happened?"
"Nothing."
"huh?"
"Well when the GM is stoking paranoia, it's always mind affecting."

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Fate's favoured if you can.

Jingasa of The Fortunate Soldier. Gives a +1 luck bonus to AC and negates a crit for 5k GP. With fate's favoured, it makes it a +2 luck bonus. Jingasas are in style this year for the stylish archeologist.

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By "the disappearance of one of the Society’s most valuable tools" do they mean Drendle Drang?

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Rynjin wrote:
That'd be cool. Wonder if they're actually going to get Tara Strong to play her (again). She actually kinda looks the part IRL, which is unusual for a voice actress.

While she's too old for Harley, I'd love it if we see a picture of Harley's parents and it's Paul Dini and Arlene Sorkin. :-)

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blackbloodtroll wrote:
Squid incident?

Spoiler:
In an older scenario, the party encounters a ghost ship. The fighter/shadowdancer hadn't invested in a magic weapon yet, since it was a party of four, he left the ghosts to the Kyra, sorcerer and wizard and jumped into the water to go down to the wreck.

His stealth was high enough that he snuck past <redacted> and skipped to the final encounter.

A giant squid, with 30' reach. Against a fighter 6, shadowdancer 1. You can guess what happened.

I almost got a TPK. The ghosts killed Kyra, and the two casters went down. If they'd done one less point of damage for the final round, the squid would have killed them all.

This has been known locally as the 'Squidcident'.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Hama wrote:

This didn't come as a fluke. Like OMG HE NO LIEK FIREFLIEZ ME HATEZ.

It's just that I've found that people who don't like Firefly and I generally have very, very little in common. And friendships very rarely form out of it.

I mean I dated and was engaged to a girl who hated Firefly vehemently for 6 years. And everything Whendon. We broke it off, but not because of a TV show.

my days of not taking whedon fans seriously are coming to a middle.

I see what you did there.

*hands Freehold Avengers DVDs*

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I've my service dog (Rocky, the professional grief Chihuahua) and one of my strays has Bones, her Service shee- er poodle.

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Bill Dunn wrote:
Dazylar wrote:


Who knew a Marvel blockbuster would enlighten me to American military history? I like that...
Some of those Marvel guys are pretty literate.

Living in rural SE Ohio, my first exposure to The Bard, to the Spartans, and who knows what else, came from X-men.

Kind of like how I discovered Coolridge and Tennyson from Iron Maiden.

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Shadowborn wrote:
Splinter, also white. Unless, of course, Danny Woodburn can do a mean Japanese accent...well, and he's a rat, so I suppose he'll be brown...unless he's an albino rat, in which case, yes, white.

Yes, because you can't have the voice actor not match the ink suit..

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Dazylar wrote:
Matthew Morris wrote:

Even for those of us who know the winter soldier is <redacted> from the comics, or suspect that Robert Redford is playing Dell Rusk (That's not a spoiler is it?) part of the fun of seeing the movie is (for me) seeing how the actors carry the part. I didn't need to be surprised how Johnny Blaze was the Ghost Rider, for example, I wanted to see Nick Cage chew the scenery in the only Ghost Rider movie (there was only one). If it turns out that <redacted> is an LMD, I want to be surprised, because it wasn't in the comics, for example.

I want to see how Chris Evans portrays the man out of time, for example.

Ha, Dell Rusk is not a spoiler, unless people google for it, and even then they're likely just to get confused.

Captain America is very well-written in terms of his history. There are lines of dialogue and expressions which evoke his WW2 origins. There are further conversations where he is coming to terms with this new age. Notable is the list of things he has written down to remind him to look up later. This changes from country to country and for the UK has some UK-centric items which are a bit... odd. Likely that the USA list is still funny, but not quite as incongruous as the UK list.

More details here - I wouldn't count it a spoiler. Some odd stuff for both lists I think

Chris Evans plays him straight, but without falling into the 'uninformed dullard' mode of a man out of time. I really like him, he is believable, and not just someone pretending to not know how things are these days. He also shows that his old sensibilities are still relevant here, and there is one scene which would be a spoiler if I described it which really brings his man out of time aspect to the fore. Very emotional, in a sad way.

Good. It is one of the aspects of 'freshly thawed Cap' I enjoy being done well. I need to find Bageley's "Man out of Time" in a collected format. It's basically written as Steve waking up in 2010.

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Confirmation Story.
Ok, things went well to start, hyper Halfling, not needing the Underdark map (because I misplaced mine), teaching the newish player why you don’t wander off alone at first level. We had two paladins in the party. Janira asks the first, “So do you have the stick up your aft yet? He says “Yes.” Perfectly deadpan. So she asks the other paladin. “No.” First paladin says, “Don’t worry, I’ve got a spare.”
“I’ll scout ahead story” (Here there be spoilers)

Spoiler:
Half orc scouts into the room, rolls a one for his perception (giving him a 6) I describe the room, and the body on the floor, tell him he might see the glint of coins below the body. He walks in to stab the body, I ask for the d6 roll…

Three zombies he fails to notice get a surprise round! One hits, dropping him to 2 HP. Initiative is rolled, he withdraws as far as he can, past the rest of the party.

Me: The rest of you hear the sound of what seems to be a little girl crying in panic, then see your half orc friend go running past you, clutching his side in pain.

They dispatch the zombies and are disappointed to see the body was hiding shiny rocks.

After dispatching the oozes (almost resulting in dissolved paladin) and healing, they go fight the minotaur. It drops Janira, and is getting ready to Coup de grace her. (note, I missed he has Javalins to throw, this comes up later) Our paladins, and archeologist go running into combat. Minotaur drops paladin 1 to negatives, but he has die hard. Other paladin goes charging in, and draws the AoO. Now she’s at negatives (and doesn’t have die hard). Archeologist, being the only one in melee, tries to trip the minotaur, misses, and down he goes.

Half orc ranger is standing 70’ away, pinging with his crossbow ineffectually. Die Hard paladin swings, GM forgets he’s already at negs, minotaur returns the favour and now he’s permadead. After the archeologist goes down, it is pointed out to the ranger, “Well at least you no longer have the ‘in melee’ and cover penalties…”

Minotaur comes towards him. He gets off two more shots and retreats into the caves. Minotaur is still coming, but is squeezing now. Half orc is trying to draw him in (fortunately I had all the caverns maptiles, so making a tunnel was easy). Minotaur moves, half orc is going: Shoot, move. Move, reload. Shoot, move.

GM suddenly remembers (as the Minotaur moves into a 10 X 10 section) he has a javelin! Minotaur drills ranger for 8 points, he’s down to 2 HP (new player, 10 con) He retreats into a narrow cavern where he’s squeezing. Minotaur spends some time to get to him, then turns to go back and finish off the rest of the party.

Half Orc heroes up and comes out, shooting the minotaur. Minotaur throws Javelin, hitting.

One of the players points out, “Did you remember the squeezing penalties?” I hadn’t. Missed, by one. I describe it as “A javelin, as big as a spear, imbeds itself deep in the stone beside your head.” Half orc, stands his ground, reloads and shoots, knowing the minotaur can reach him with his axe.

Hit! 8 points! Dead minotaur! Much rejoicing at the table, even from the half orc player’s dad, (who played the dead paladin) Likely one of the more nail biting tables I’ve ran in a while.

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Marc Radle wrote:
Bjørn Røyrvik wrote:
But this thread is about the movie. Why are people upset that we are discussing the movie in a thread for discussing the movie?

It's one thing to discuss it in general terms ... It was really good, the writing was great, be sure to stick around for the credits, that sort of thing. It's another to say 'hey, how 'bout the big reveal that Bob the butler was the murder!"

Seriously, the difference is not that difficult to figure out. Good rule of thumb - if you're afraid something might be a spoiler, just put it in a spoiler tag to be safe.

Would you have gone to a Star Wars message board the day Empire first came out and post "Hey wow, everyone! Sure didn't see Vader being Luke's father huh? That sure was a big reveal - hope you all saw the movie before reading this, 'cause otherwise I just ruined it for you!"

Even for those of us who know the winter soldier is <redacted> from the comics, or suspect that Robert Redford is playing Dell Rusk (That's not a spoiler is it?) part of the fun of seeing the movie is (for me) seeing how the actors carry the part. I didn't need to be surprised how Johnny Blaze was the Ghost Rider, for example, I wanted to see Nick Cage chew the scenery in the only Ghost Rider movie (there was only one). If it turns out that <redacted> is an LMD, I want to be surprised, because it wasn't in the comics, for example.

I want to see how Chris Evans portrays the man out of time, for example.

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Well, it's possible to have a dragon as a future faction head, if I read <redacted> correctly.

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I thought the Winter Soldier name referenced This, actually.

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I personally like the half elf aging rate for plane touched. It makes the "not quite right" nature more subtle. If your starting human bard is 21 and your starting half-elf or planetouched is 24, then it just seems he is a slow learner. It is when your human is 50 and slowing down but your half elf is still in his prime that he feels an "outsider". Works for the planetouched too.

Just my two c-bills.

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Pathfinders! Transform and Roll out!

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Simple rule.

Would you want your characters killed automatically with no save by a BBEG doing this?

Would you complain about GM Fiat?

If you answered yes, then it shouldn't be done.

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When you sit down and are told "I wanted to make sure I got your table."

When you sit down and the GM is glad to see you're at his table.

When you're at a table with kids. (I love GMing for kids).

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Hope this isn't delayed, I'm expecting a full table this Saturday.

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Another amusing thought...

Ashoka as the last Jedi (ok not really, but close enough) and Ventris as the last Nightsister, working together to avoid the Jedi Hunters...

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I wil say, Season 6 makes Order 66 that much more terrifying.

Spoiler:
Rex, Cody, all the clones that worked with the Jedi, likely wouldn't want to kill them, they had no choice. Imagine how horrifying that would be.

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Gorbacz wrote:

Dear OP,

You walked into a forum populated by vocal minorities of all sorts and you started a thread which was pretty much the equivalent of asking if there's anybody in here that actually considers right to bear arms/homosexuality/religion/white people/Muslims/Nazis "normal".

Now I want to see a thread "Is Gorbacz normal?"

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Kajehase wrote:

Monthly art blog - yay!

And great pictures all four.

Very good depiction of Shelyn, and as for the picture in general I like the tug-o'-war for her glaive.

The Lamashtu one is like a modern-style Doré picture. Very nice. :D

I kind of picture Shelyn in the middle of a 'River Tam in Serinity' style move where she's stepping forward, about to deliver a kick to her brother's face, and complete the spin, pulling the glaive away.

I also like the Cayden one.

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Ok, my brain went there... The souls of the house of Thrune are forged (ala wraith) into a massive 'Game of Thrones' style throne, and any devil that sits in it gets huge bonuses to bluff, diplomacy, sense motive etc.

The Devils call it "The Throne of Thrune" and it is the throne the family was promised in their contracts. :-)

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