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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. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 14,190 posts (14,267 including aliases). 13 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 21 Pathfinder Society characters. 3 aliases.


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Playing a PFS scenario where we encounter followers of Zoh Kuthon. GM asks what we say.

Me: "Hi we're with the Safe Sane and Consensual Society of Absalom. We're here to monitor safe word usage."

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So the inner sadist in me wants to mention what came in the mail today...

Reading the AP in the shipment now.

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A bit late to this party I know, but I'm going to dissent and say I'd like Zarina to stay dead.

In reading the end of the book I was caught up in the imagry, while at the same time reading 'game mechanics' into it. Zarina's fight was awesome, as was her sacrifice.

It's hard to describe, but somehow her survival would seem to... lessen it for me.

Now I'd love to see her in prequels, but I'm in the 'she's dead, Jim.' camp.

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Deadkitten wrote:

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It makes me sad that this spell is not on the Bloodrager spell list.

Or the bard list. Arcane Duelists and the like would love this.

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Not sure how I feel about machine gun turrets on the Batmobile. Sure the Tumbler had weapons, but... it just rubs me wrong.

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Eagerly awaits the update to additional resources. Heroes off the wild gave me some excellent ideas.

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From my experience with my winter witch, Venture Captain Ksenia, I'll warn you you'll face two big weaknesses at low levels.

Constructs and undead (and swarms, but they're a pain to everyone)

your only real area effect spells are flurry of snowballs (level 2) and mind affecting things like euphoric cloud. In addition most of your damaging spells are cold based, and a lot of your effects, including a good chunk of hexes, are mind affecting. You lose burning hands, for example. If you have the strength/gold, tote around alchemist's fire. First spell I took at 5th level was lightning bolt and it was blessed. UMD can be good, I recommend Darchive for faction just for that. ;-)

13th level was awesome for Ksenia though. Witch 5/Winter Witch 8 meant that cold was getting through anything and with the numbing chill hex, dex damage was good.

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Two from my personal history.

Dancing lights, followed by a good bluff roll. Created a glowing ball over each of the thug's heads, "Drop your weapons, or I let the flames explode and consume you all."

Message on a certain famous skull carrying goblin, to play the ghost of her brother. "Ekkie... Ekkie.... trust the longshanks... help them..."
If she'd put the thing down for a moment, I'd have cast prestidigitation on it to levitate it and make the eyes glow.

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Aberzombie wrote:

I enjoyed last night's episode...

** spoiler omitted **

That would make <redacted> like Gear from Static Shock, and the memories kind of mesh with his nu52 power and being put on the JLA to counter Barry.

Aside, I wonder if tech has advanced to allow a live action Static Shock to be viable. (Loved that cartoon)

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I'd gladly play or allow a battle sorcerer.

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Haladir wrote:
48. Open the Bestiary to the doppelganger page, and set it where the players can see it. Send one player an otherwise innocuous note.

48a. Have the note read. You are not a doppelganger.

48b give everyone a note saying that.

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Iammars wrote:
Baku Shadescar wrote:
Dhjika wrote:
Ascalaphus wrote:
The thing I like about the haramaki is that it can be enchanted...
I have seen someone with a Haramaki +1, Light Fortification

My Witch wears a set of +1 Spell Storing Silken Ceremonial Robes, which pairs great with all the nasty debuffs that Witches have.

"Oh, you want to attack ME? Here. Have a curse!"

My favorite trick with spell storing haramaki/silken ceremonial armor is to throw a vampiric touch in. Damage for hitting you and you gain temps for the damage to be taken from.

Like I said upthread, bestow curse is my go to for choice. sure vampiric touch will hurt, and bestow curse is an all or nothing, but 50% chance to take no action in a turn is a godsend for being grappled. Every round you've a flat 50% chance to get out of the grapple for free, since it's a standard to maintain a grapple. :-)

Between that and being able to hex while grappled...

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Plus... Not everyone who has something to hide is a spy.

Think about the following scenarios:

Guy getting past guard
Busy social event
Interrogation

All three could trigger hunches without being a spy
Man is trying to get past the guard for a romantic tryst.
Woman at the social event unexpectedly sees a rival, or an ex.
Man bein interrogated doesn't have anything to do with the crime, but does have something non related to hide.

It is an assist, not spy-be-gone.

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I always assumed that about the silken ceremonial armor, just wasn't sure since it's described as consisting "of several layers of cloth and an outer layer of silk intricately woven with gold brocade designs and covered with metal studs."

Basically it costs 10 times as much to not look like a WWE wrestler. ;-)

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KingmanHighborn wrote:
Perfectly legal, though Silken Ceremonial Armor LOOKS more arcane casty armor.

I always picture the haramaki as looking like a WWE title belt. My witch has silken ceremonial storing armor with bestow curse in it. Nothing ruins a 'grapple the caster moment' than a 50% chance to take no action.

Aside I know the haramaki can be made of adamantine, can the silken armor?

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A lot of Lissala reminds me of Wee Jas, who was my favourite Greyhawk deity.

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I'm waiting for someone to list the differences between the Indiana RFRA and the Federal versions or the 19 other state laws that have people's knickers twisted.

Since the end of the world didn't happen 20 years ago, when those evil homophobic Democrats passed and signed it, I doubt it will happen in Indiana now.

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I'm just amazed in the number of non-US citizens posting here. I mean the law compliments a 20+ year old federal law, so to be consistent, I'd guess all the people who oppose the law can't be in the US, right?

Grand Lodge ****

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BartonOliver wrote:
I actually liked Torch, sure he jerked you around, but in my mind no more than Valsin sends you in unprepared, or Dreng wakes you in the middle of the night.

Or abandoned by Osprey in a huge fight...

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Alceste008 wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
I would love it if instead of killing Ahsoka, Vader freezes her in carbonite so she could be alive and maybe in a live action movie.

Dear Disney,

Please ask Ashley Eckstein if she would be willing to don the makeup and lekku, and do the 3-4 months of preparatory Jedi swordtraining, to appear in Star Wars VIII or IX.

Thank you,
Ambrosia Planeswalker

Lol, this comment made my day. This would be a great way to introduce the younger audience to the Star Wars movies.

Plus she'd look good in the costume. ;-)

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Myrddin111 wrote:


So, honestly, I'd love to see a list of those scenarios that are considered "the most dangerous".

Many thanks in advance....

In general...

Anything written by Kyle Baird

Waking Rune when run by a GM with lots of source material for spell emulation.

Palid Plague can be dangers, and Among the Living/Among the Dead can be very swingy.

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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:

I wholeheartedly agree about my showing of prejudice. Yes, a fighter should be "dumb" compared against "genius" level teammates such as Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic and Beast.

The strength of Summers is not in the lab reprogramming sentinels, but more in line with an insane aiming capacity (imagine all the ranged feats imaginable, he has them, plus perhaps Leadership, Run, Athletic, Endurance, Improved Unarmed Strike, etc. etc. etc.) He's probably Olympic level athlete in many discipline, I'll give him that, although he might be losing some of this with age and trade that off with Wisdom and better Leadership. I'll give him a trick or two with tech, but please, where's Beast, Forge and a host of other nerds when you need them, WHEN YOU HAVE LEADERSHIP??

No, this version of Scott Summers, in the last year or so, I reject. And wholeheartedly ignore with my dollars.

This is the logical progression of a man who left his wife and child to chase his 'true love'. Scott's been an ass since then.

As to 'reprogramming sentinels for dummies' remember, the Avengers books are a bit ahead of the X-books, due to a time skip. It looks like Scott has a mutant homeland/reservation so reprogramming sentinels is easy as cake for Forge, Cypher (even before the silly 'talk to anything' power), Warlock, Danger, maybe Madison Jefferies, Hijack, Kitty for that matter... and that's not counting any MacGuffin mutants that came along in the interim.

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Freehold DM wrote:
WEDGE ANTILLES FOR LIFE! LONG LIVE ROGUE SQUADRON!

One of my favorite EU "Wedge is awesome" moments is when Coran is dogfighting him and using the Force to try to evade him.

Essentially he sees arrows showing every possible route he can take and not get killed, and the arrows get smaller... and smaller...

And he's like "And he's doing this on pure skill, no Force sensitivity at all."

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well it's no longer canon, but Sintas Vel was a carbonite ornament for 40 years...

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Michael Brock wrote:


So are you suggesting we don't give 5 star Gms something exclusive for all of their hard work? Don't five star GMs also deserve something special? If that is not your suggestion, then what do you propose we do for 5 star GMs?

Oh no, not at all.

You asked Fomsie why he was sad. I was telling you why I was. And it's "Darn, one less special I can throw into the mix" not, "Those dang 5 stars get something I don't."

Please don't assume the worst possible interpretation of what is written in a reply.

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Oh this will be fun.

We Be Kobolds!

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Ross Byers wrote:
Set wrote:
I think they also showed up in the Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes cartoon, which was pretty quick turn-around for something that was added to Marvel canon so recently.
They did. The twist on A:EMH was their space station was Kang's abandoned space ship, if I recall correctly.

Not 'abandoned' so much as conquored. (plus, a sword shaped ship named Damocles, that's too good to pass up. I wonder if Agent Brand is in the shared zone?

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I'm glad to read Snipps is back (gave up TV for lent)

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Charon's Little Helper wrote:
Edymnion wrote:


They lower their guard, get the prisoner we want prepped, open the door, "Hi." *BLAM!* Surprise round ensues, guards go down real fast, prisoner rescued.
Yeah - I don't think that should have flown. You may not have been 'lying' per se, but you were definitely deceiving. Besides - why didn't the guards there attack you as soon as they spotted you?

"A Lie?"

"An... error."

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Me: From a Marvel Superheroes campaign.

Spoiler:

Bad guy is ranting about the disaster that ruined his life and cursed him with his powers.

"So you didn't intend to be the irradiated skeleton guy?"

"NO"

"Ok, tell you what, I'll fix it."

At this point the GM and bad guy go 'what?'

"I've the gateway power. I can go back in time, and warn you not to turn on the machine. Write me out a co-ownership of your tech business, I'll leave my secretary here, and go fix it."

"Um..."

"Look, you don't want to be a bad guy, I don't want you to irradiate the city, I live here. Win Win."

Thus was the Dr. Doom wannabe turned into an ally.

To Me:
Party has to fight a dragon to get through a portal. He can't leave the demi-plane alive.

So they fight and kill him, bring his body through the portal and raise him gaining a powerful ally. *sigh*

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Likewise, I pledged for Emerald Spire and all the tabletop goodies.

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thejeff wrote:


Has that ever been done before? A headline hero where even the readers don't know the secret identity 5 books in?

Not sure about 5 books in. Thunderbolts made it through their first issue w/o the reveal, 2nd if you count their hulk appearance (and that he slipped up and called Meteorite Moonstone.)

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Freehold DM wrote:
Damon Griffin wrote:
Kalshane wrote:
I was referring to this look. Which seems to be part of what the movie look is based on.

I had not seen that one, but then I pretty much ignored DC after the lead-up to 52 (not the New52 Universe, but "52" the weekly comic series.)

And God, do I hate that harpoon hand he got back in...Atlantis Chronicles? Time & Tide?

I f%@%ing loved the harpoon hand. Dcau made it even better.

First Justice League episode I saw was the part 2 of the Aquaman story. When he goes "I believe this is mine," and walks away leaving Ocean Master to die, I went "Superfriends, we are not."

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After the apparent furor over the Scarlett Johansen casting for Ghost in the shell, I'm waiting for the inevitable petition to have Aquaman recast.

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Optimus Prime.

Oh wait, wrong thread.

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*shrug* I've no PCs impacted by the ruling, but it makes sense.

As to the Tiefling/Aasimar thing...

Spoiler:
The furor over the grandfathering window always amused me. I've two of each in limbo, plus my three active planetouched (assimar archeologist, tiefling archeologist and tiefling inquisitor). The four 'spares' are sitting there, not for power, but for when I've an idea for another character that being planetouched fits. So far, nothing has 'sang to me' that it needs a planetouched background. Closest I've had is a slayer or inquisitor grimspawn of Pharasma who also has the soul eating trait from the DArchive.

"I'm just the guy who arranges the meeting between the Lady and the pentient." *casts deathknell on the guy he just dropped*

"What the hell was that for?"

"Service charge."

Though the idea of a pit spawn bard, who takes spell focus enchantment and specializes in those kind of spells, is funny. "I can't help it I'm good at making friends and seducing people... succubus blood."

Edit: I am sad that it closes the rogue/arcane strike trick. (minor magic/major magic, not racial SLAs) since they could use the damage bump and a pure rogue has little use for swift actions.

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John John wrote:
Ashiel wrote:
Aelryinth wrote:
The rules actually use a ring of invisibility in the example which is both a specific item that does not rely on item chart abilities, nor does it use a standard pricing formula.
Is it? Items like celestial armor belong to a "specific items" list. I don't see ring of invisibility in such a list.

Yeah, if only there was a book that listed "specific items" and called out how they follow the normal upgrade rules...

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Aelryinth wrote:

You're interpreting the rules backwards.

The rules specifically allow you to modify items if the cost of them is clearly delineated.

They do not allow you to modify the item if there is any obfuscation over how the pricing works.

The simple fact that we are disagreeing on how to price a sun sword and celestial mail, and that there is no iron-clad method for pricing them, stands on its own face.

Modifying such IS a house rule, however much you may think otherwise. If you could go to every other GM's table and they agree with you, I'll relent. But as I'm a GM, and I don't agree with you, and more then a few others don't as well (including PFS), I'll leave it at that.

==Aelryinth

Funny, the people who agree with him include the Paizo staff.

Inner Sea Gods wrote:
For higher level characters, remember that these armors can be upgraded like any other magic item by adding “plus equivalent” or “gp value” abilities, then paying the difference between the original item’s price and the price of the item when upgraded with the additional special abilities. Likewise, variants of these armors may exist using different types of armor, such as Deadeye leather, which is made from leather armor instead of studded leather. The full rules for customizing magic armor and shields can be found in Chapter 15 of the Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook.

Emphasis mine.

And believe me, I wish such upgrading was possible in PFS. I've a GM credit baby with a Sidhidron Medalion that I'd love to upgrade.

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Aranna wrote:


Maybe that's why I am failing here. I don't know most of these heroes outside of TV or movies. It just seemed like common sense.

Common sense, isn't. :-)

You do get me wondering about the MCU though. Rumors point to Steve dying in Civil War, and Bucky/Winter Soldier picking up the shield.

Don Cheadle is 50 himself, RDjr is 50 this year. Sebastian Stan is 32, Anthony Mackie is 34. So Rhodey = Taking up the armor runs into the same aging concerns as Tony, short of recasting.

So, how will the movies affect the comics if we get 6 movies of Bucky (or Sam) as Cap?* Could the MCU do what the comics have never been able to do for long, put someone else in the title and make it stick? If we don't get Rhodey taking up the Iron Man-tle, do we get a new character in the movieverse? And does he jump to the comics like Phil Colson did?

*

Spoiler:
Unless we see the Mind Gem used to bring 'Bucky Back' like the cosmic cube did in the comics, I'd like to see 'Captain America 4' be Sam and Natasha saving Bucky and bringing him back. Essentially it would be the reverse of the comic timeline, with Sam being Falcap, and then honoring Steve's request and bringing Bucky to be Cap.

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thejeff wrote:

They might come into their own, but I'd rather they did it as Dick did - in their own right, rather than in someone else's costume. I'd rather see Nightwing than Dickbats, other than in fairly short runs to show how he handles it and contrast with Bruce.

Oh I firmly agree. Dick was successful as Nightwing, and he could be Batman, but he was successful as Nightwing. I want Sam-as-Falcon to be as successful, Rhodey-as-War Machine, John-as-Steel etc. Sam-as-Cap may be successful, but it feels like he's still in Steve's shadow.

(I've said in the past that Steel should be DC's Iron Man, successful businessman and power armor user. Superman can be his inspiration, like how people are inspired irl by the comics as kids, or many scientists cite Star Trek as what 'got them into' science. But a John Henry enterprises that builds robotics and light exoskeletions to help people, and he builds the Steel armor to be a hero would rock.)

Of course, with Secret Wars, we might have a universe where Tony, Thor, and Steve are out of the picture, and a new Iron Man, Thora, and Falcap are the 'default'.

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thejeff wrote:

I could be wrong, but I really don't think that's the direction Marvel's going. I think they're planning to merge all the universes, not keep publishing titles in multiple different ones.

It doesn't look like your plan would need a reboot at all or any real in universe justification other than some shuffling of team members and which titles get published.

I doubt they'd go that way either, and it would need some rebooting.

(getting off topic, so I'll spoiler it)

Spoiler:
My Avengers, for example, would need Tony and Thor out of the way, and would keep Steve old doing the Bruce Wayne to Sam's Terry McGuenniss (I've seen some people call the current book "Capman Beyond.") It also would have a rebooted Hank and Janet, since current Janet is way different than her EMH counterpart. Earth's Mightiest Heroes Hank also is different, since he's more of a 'treat and cure the bad guy' character than current Hank. I'd actually kill/remove Tony for at least 5 years, so Rhodey could really be his own Iron Man/War Machine.

I'd also remove/merge 616 Hank and Jan, and then destory/seal off the EMH universe, so EMH Hank and Jan aren't always trying to 'get home' and 'settle in.' In fact, it could be a story point if EMH Hank and Jan are from 20-30 years ago, they could take the 'man out of time' aspect that Cap always had for storytelling aspects.

Rhodey (and his own book) would be an interesting challenge. I mean he should be able to do basic repairs of his armor, but he's no Tony Stark. He'd have a supporting cast in his own book, I'd not want Tony to be his armorer, rather have a mechanic, and distance himself from Stark Industries (being run by Pepper, who would be a recurring character) for liability reasons. Maybe Parker Industries could tie in? One reason I like Rhodey is that he can't just 'invent a gadget to save the day' He uses his skills as a soldier and a professional and his armor when written correctly.

Hmm, another team book just came to mind.

The Professionals. Pepper Potts, Jen Walters, Dwayne Tayor (Bring him back from the dead) a rebooted Warren Worthington and Peter Parker in a book of corporate espionage and challenges. Essentially rotate through the roster and tell stories of business in the super hero world.

In fact, I'd love to see a 'Spider-men' book, with Married Peter Parker and Parker Industries. Have Peter taking Miles Morales under his wing. It would have the dual hooks of Peter mentoring someone with different powers than himself, and trying to balance his 'great power' as Spider-man, as well as the 'great responsibility' of what Parker Industries can do (and being a family man).

Hmm, if you use the terregen bomb from the current storyline, and have Parker industries make it worse somehow, it means that Hank and Peter can be trying to make a 'cure' for Terragenesis, which would put them in direct conflict with Medusa and Blackbolt.

Medusa: "They're inhumans, it's who they are!"
Hank and Peter: "They didn't ask for these changes, and rather than you lock up the ones that are evil, we just depower them and they can go back to their lives."

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Hmm lots of comments

My two c-bills.

Depends on how it merges. Spiderverse is interesting to me, since it appears they really went all out on all the Spider man realities, from the newspaper comic, to the 60's cartoon, to the current cartoon (and then the cartoon was supposed to have an episode tying in, but I dropped cable, so I don't know.)

What I'd like to see spin out of itr.
a 'core universe' series of books.

An Avengers (With She-Thor, Falcap and Rhodey as the 'big three' Avengers EMH Wasp and Hank)
An X-men
A Spiderman book
A FF book
Wolverines (I like the idea of inverted Sabertooth and Laura getting time in the spotlight)
some solo books. Maybe 10-20 titles over all.

Then a number of alternate books.
Spider Girl (May trying to take care of Benji, age all the classic characters aged up, some of the current 'young crop' of heroes as adults. X-men led by Armor or Ruby Summers, Avengers with Thunderstrike, Silverclaw, Wiccan and Speed, etc.)

Spiderman and wife.

X-men 92

Spider Gwen (would be interesting to see how you could go in a different direction)

2099

X-factor forever (Seriously, if you can find this mini-series, read it.)

etc. Self encapsulated books that could cross over.

But then again, the marvel comics I read are X-factor (sob) and Spiderman 2099.

(Aside, if PAD could handle it, I'd love to see an 'Avengers-Factor' Where he does for C-list Avengers what he's done for c-list mutants.)

Re: DC. Dick becoming Batman was well done, and it was one of the saddest bits of the reboot how they destroyed him. I liked the vibe towards the end that Damian was Dick's Robin, but Tim was Bruce's Robin.

And I loved Steph-Batgirl.

(Aside the second, I'd loved to have seen a book with Steph, Wendy, Rose and other 'children of villians' as an Outsiders kind of team. We could include Conner in that list as well)

I really was exposed to DC through the DCAU, so John is 'my' Green Lantern too. :-)

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Hmm

Season 0, Mists of Mwangi

Season 1, The Devil We Know series.

Season 2 Strangely enough, I've not played many of them. The Bloodcove disguise is one I did play, and enjoyed it.

Season 3 Quest for Perfection*

Season 4 Nightmarch, The Disappeared** Fortress of the Nail***

Season 5 The Stolen Heir (for making Andoran players squirm) The Confirmation (My Janeira has a Kathy Bates/Misery crush on Kreighton Shane), Library of the Lion.

Season 6 So far Valley of the Veiled FLame.

And now the footnotes.
*

Spoiler:
Pt 2 led to way to many innuendo jokes about the party's junk. I played the Magnificent Seven theme during the briefing for pt 3. (Then felt old that no one caught it.) And the A-Team theme during the 'defending the village' bit.

**

Spoiler:
I do modify the mission briefing a bit. "Good morning Pathfinders. This is Zarta Draleen, the Paracountess. The Cheliaxian embassy now denies she ever existed. Your mission, should you choose to accept it...

And end it with, "if discovered, the Ten will disavow all knowledge of your team." Complete with the music playing in the background.

I then cue up the plot when the party tackles the cypher. Just the first 50 or so seconds though.

***

Spoiler:
When I played it, I was playing my Tiefling inquisitor/Lawyer. So I got to present the evidence. We still believed that prestidigitation did the soft music bit from 3.5, so I walked to present the evidence to This. Again, a clear gap in age between who got it and who didn't.

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Checked really quick,

The Stark Expo mentioned in IM II is in 1974. Howard was killed in 1991.

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mempter wrote:
Matthew Morris wrote:
Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers...

THANK YOU!

I used to watch this show too, but for the life of me could not remember the name of it!

It's on Hulu+, I've been rewatching.

Nice to know I remembered correctly they flushed two redshirts out of the airlock in one episode.

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Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers
Gumi Bears
Wheeled Warriors
Robotech (loved Southern Cross)
Spiderman and his Amazing friends introduced me to Marvel

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From The Green Market

NPC guard "You can't bring that lion in here!"

Me: (playing my sczarni aasimar bard) "It needs to come in, it's her service lion, he comforts her when she has panic attacks." (Rolls 41 bluff)

Same scenario:

Me: "So they're extorting you for money? I know a few relatives in the family who I could likely get to protect you, for a lesser fee."

PC: "Did you just offer to have her pay your family protection rather than them?"

Me: "It's just business."

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Old one from part two of First Steps.

GM "You find the note hidden in the katana it says... Oh wait none of you speak Tien."

Me: "Stewardess, Stewardess! I speak Tien."

To be precise, half the table got it, half didn't. Stupid kids...

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From Glass River Rescue

Wizard player "I'm going to take the stable boy aside and talk to him."

Me: "Joey, have you ever been in the cockpit of an airplane?"

Another player: "Joey, have you ever seen a man naked?"

Me: "Joey, do you like gladiator movies?"

GM is just shaking his head.

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So I come home, download my PDF, and...

Oh whee.... another Dervish archtype. Would a Falcata and buckler Swashbuckler been too much to ask for? Why does Paizo hate Taldor so?

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