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Well, Pathfinder sold itself on being pretty backwards compatible with 3.5, why wouldn't any theoretical 2.0 do the same? Instead of wholesale being a new game I think it's more likely to be a continuation of what they've already been doing with their newer books in terms of updating and revising options.
Lot of folks want to see what Paizo can do unchained. Also, a new system might allow them to get out from under the OGL. Not saying, just sayin.
Ithsay the Unseen wrote:
Heh. My current group all use laptops, except for me; I've kept to pencil and paper, because a folder with several sheets of paper (character sheet+scratch paper) is SO much easier to haul around and set up, imo.
I go P&P when im playing. I however must have a laptop/tablet when I am the GM. Its just too useful a tool not to have for a game master.
Dire Elf wrote:
Id prefer to stick to PF way of things and leaving limb/eye/etc severing to special instances that require saves.
I think we are seeing more of that equality is oppression mindset at work here.
Back when I worked in the stores I was on overnight stocking team. Each morning when the store opened the hot wheels guys would go running for the endcap. I would hear a cry out "Nooooo!!1!!!one!!1!1!"
I'd look over at Rob a guy I worked with and say, "you did it again didn't you?" He would find the Hot wheels Treasure hunts in the cases and then crease ever so slightly the corner and then stock it. lol
If I were a role play character....
I'd be a bard who always sings this song to anyone who will listen:
Come sit, and listen awhile
One evening as the moons came up and the temple fire was burning
In the Big Rock Candy Mountains there's a land that's fair and bright
In the Big Rock Candy Mountains all the guards have wooden legs
In the Big Rock Candy Mountains you never worry about locks
In the Big Rock Candy Mountains, dungeons are made of tin
I'll see you all this Monty Haul in the Big Rock Candy Mountains
Wei Ji the Learner wrote:
Could you unpack this for me? Are you saying taking up space on a table is violently aggressive, and on a similar level as actually attacking someone physically?
Make it two million lols for Halle Berry....
and a couple for not understanding what racism means.
I am really surprised myself. My company told the distributer that the demand was there and the supply was "stupid low". They sold out instantly and I expect the exact same in a few weeks which will be your last shot before x-mas. In fact, Target's ad ran Sunday 11/13 and had the Nintendo Classic in the ad even though supplies had been depleted immediately on Friday 11/11....
I think because the game was so difficult to decipher was one of the reason I loved it. 7th saga was like this too.
Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
You also don't have to buy your PF books over and over again hoping to collect all the random rules not guaranteed in the first purchase.
A friend of mine, who happens to be gay and partnered with a Latino man of Mexican heritage, had his father text him "rejoice the republic has reformed" on Wed 11/9. The father is in his sixties, white, middle classed, and retired. He loves his guns for hunting and target practice. He reloads his own bullets so its a complete hobby for him. Guns are pretty much the only thing this guy has to worry about. Therefore, he votes republican reliably every election because he's been sold on the idea that only republicans will support his right to firearms.
Am I the only one here whose childhood gaming memories were formed on an Atari ST? :D
Probably. We didn't get a family PC/computer until probably like '87-89. At which time I rocked all the Sierra adventure games....Space/kings/glory/police quests FTW!!!
IDK, I find I have a much better discussion here at Paizo than on FB about......anything. Clearly YMMV.
I think the key is for Hasbro to make a film that truly stands out from the rest. I imagine this is incredibly difficult to do with the fantasy genre based on my experience with it.
The Guardian Legend. I think I rented that game multiple times to finally manage to make my way through it. I think beating it was probably the most satisfaction I had in the NES era (though beating the original Castlevania was up there.)
Yeap, GL was a truly unique experience on NES. One thing I certainly do not miss, however, is writing down massive character passwords to continue my progress.
The Thing That Should Not Be wrote:
Obama and HRC's policies aside, Trump is a misogynist and racist. I believe they were afraid to voice their opinions because they knew they were indefensible. Most, I am willing to wager, voted despite Trump's worst policies and rhetoric because they wanted change and they were not going to get it from Clinton.
The American Republic may have started out with small and/or limited government in mind, but its become ever increasingly bigger. I believe that is quite problematic with a two party system. I don't feel like I have had fair representation from either D or R most of my life. /shrug
Well if I get a tip on shipments you can pass along that info to them :)
Nintendo made a stupidly low number of these things. My buyer tells me another round might be coming up in Dec., but it will also be stupidly low inventory so get ready to pounce if you want one. More to come.
My list of games: