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Freehold DM wrote:
so he's okay as a pedophile? I'll take mass murderer over that any time.
I'd argue The Mad Hatter 'worked' in the Secret Six mini-series was a) Part of the draw of the book was the horribly broken members of the Six were contrasted with even worse people and b) Tetch was recruited because of Dr. Psycho, who was worse than all of them.
I don't know if it ruined him 'forever' or not.
Marik Whiterose wrote:
Were I Grant Gustin, I'd be really worried about the show come 2017...
I expected Harry to say "I'm so sorry" when talking about fixed points.
And as to the contradictrion... I understand it from Flashpoint. It is in their past, therefore it's a fixed point in their timeline. If Barry saved his mom, it mucks with everything. That's why we have a Barry stopping 'our' Barry from saving her.
Good morning all.
I'm working on variant Shabti rules, as I find the race neat and want to contribute something. For people who don't have Pyramid of the Sky Pharaoh (End of the Mummy's Mask AP) They are native outsiders with the racial abilities of all knowledge skills are class skills (2 RP) and suggestion once a day as an SLA. My variants are going to be changing those two things. (No plans to do the 'dial an ability combo ala tieflings/aasimars)
The Race builder rules for magical racial traits says "Choose a 2nd-level or lower spell that does not attack a creature or deal damage." ignoring for the moment that suggestion is only a second level spell for bards (it costs 3 rp for Shabti), and ignoring that it, like many of the published plaentouched SLAs do either attack a creature or deal damage, is heroism too good for a 1/day SLA?
Aside, the variants I'm looking at also include one that does prayer one that does arcane sight and a final one that does nondetection.
Mr. Microscope wrote:
I love the little fairy women idea with a nice diplomacy mod, though it doesn't appear to speak common...?
Azata have truespeech. Basically an always on Tongues. My witch has one with a tiny bow, a tiny heavy pick, and wands.
@ElterAgo. If you're playing an Int based caster, having Diplomacy/Bluff/Sense Motive on your Int boosting item is an option (again, my witch does this)
Dorothy Lindman wrote:
I had a 10 YO at my table. "This is Zarta's bedroom. It is full of things we won't talk about. And a bed."
Freehold DM wrote:
Last I saw of him, Hannibal was telling Blade he was in a coma. Annoyed me, I liked the character
Having played a winter witch in PFS and currently playing a snowcaster half elf/jadwiga with the intent of playing every scenario in Irrisen/other northern lands here are my two c-bills.
Why is there a winter witch/Jadwiga in book 1?:
Could be a number of reasons.
Outranged PC: "Do you know what the name Jeggare means?"
Ksenia: "Is it Chelaxian for 'peasant?'"
if anyone wants, I can post my thoughts on book 2 and beyond.
General Spoon wrote:
Mr. Marcone would like to talk to you...
Or this quote:
Also, to add to the general confusion to why British actors get more roles in US productions: because almost all of them are classical trained actors, that spend as much time on stage in great ensemble productions with high class stage directors as they do on their TV/film work. that brings a completely different quality to the usual 'I played Peter Pan in high school once and then decided to sleep with Bryan Singer to become a movie star' mindset up and coming American actors very often bring to the table
Tangelntal, but Liz Sladden's biography offers some interesting insights into the acting world that was vs what it is now. My favorite anecdote is her going to a convention in California and the event organizers thinking she came to do an audition with Morris agency (no relation). Nope, just wanted to do the convention and see the states.
Article on CBR Seems to indicate that a) Strange has his own powers and b) the eye may be the time stone.
“In this film, the Eye is a very important relic that can be quite dangerous if used in the wrong hands, because it has the ability to do any number of things, the most dangerous of which is, it can sort of manipulate probabilities," said Feige. "Which is also another way of saying, ‘screw around with time’ -- which is part of our story.”
I now picture any talking familiar saying "Pairing complete. Familiar one connected. Now downloading..."
Huh, I always thought it was a magical beast.
This leads to another issue... lighting. At 2nd level we know the master isn't casting darkvision on his pet, and it is still a bird. At 2nd level, the intel it can provide at range (assuming it can see) is going to be limited to empathic link.
"?My thrush sends us a sense of great fear. No, wait curiosity now, and greed.... Crap, there's something shiny down that hall, isn't there?"
I don't think transformative helps, unless you're talking about him buying a +1 adamantine transformative X to change its shape to get around piercing/slashing/bludgeoning rules.
As to the bladed belt, dotting for interest for PFS, since my Calistran bard* has been looking at one for her scorpion whip.
glammered armor bladed belt and looking unarmed and innocent for any situation :-) Well maybe not innocent, this is Mayim...
Aside from the scouting bird bit, don't forget area effect spells for the familiar or if it is in the radius of a swarm, etc.
Not as important at low levels, but very important at high. I've almost lost my seeker's familiar twice from AOE. Fortunately being a celestial and a good reflex save forgives a number of sins. :-)
Oh and if the encounter with the familar goes like this you're doing it wrong.
Funny, but wrong.
Well in defense of the threadomancer, at least she didn't make a new thread.
*ahem* I don't mind the 'faction' spoilers anyway When I prep a scenario I often go, "Now who should I apply this to?" Actually it's a nice perk for me, because I can play a scenario freely, knowing I can GM it on a 'correct' character and gain any boons later.
And thumbs up on the faction cards. While the sczar[/s] er, [i]Exchange has been woefully underused in the year of the serpent, all the cards have offered RP opportunities.
Going to have to give this a look over for my new PFS character (Varasian psychic investigator). I'd already fluffed telekinetic projectile and unseen servant as him 'channelling' a dead family member, and it also 'explains' using inspiration.
Your 11/28/2015 post works perfectly for me, and allows for me to fluff in the Prince of Wolves novel boon, without having to try for a 'bad Ustalavan accent.' (Already use 'Bad Russian Accent' for my Irrisen base bard). I'm sure this is going to get the old brain box flowing.
Bit of snippage.
I think one thing the Clone Wars did well was that Whineykin and Tarkin knew each other, respected each other and appreciated the others methods. I'd assume Vader carried that friendship(?) forward into ANH, and if anyone knew Vader = Whineykin it likely would be Tarkin who figured it out.
(aside, Clone wars does give us the headache of a non-whiney but still issue laden Anniken, then his personality seems to degrade in RotS as a result. *sigh*)