We all failed on a sense motive check on an illusion pretending to be Pharasma. The illusion orded us to leave our weapons behind and continue into the next room as penance for my earlier misdeed.
The other room we walked into was the lair of NBBEGBBBE, who was hanging from the roof.
The GM was expecting a TPK until the ninja placed a feather token [Tree] directly beneath it.
The GM quickly consulted the rule book, made up a reflex save DC (which it then failed), and ruled that the foe was impaled.
Impending TPK to one hit win in a single round.
It's complicated.The Doctor is a title he gives himself, and it's a title War Doctor relinquished after destroying Galifrey.
But someone outside the Doctor's life wouldn't make the distinction and upon seeing 13 individuals, would mistake Capaldi as the 13th Doctor
I have. At first level and 7th.
Shooting into melee is a pain at level 1 as a non human has to wait till 3rd level for precise shot.
Level 7 gave me more archery feats so I sat in the back corner dealing death.
Both encounters in that game I had an opportunity to observe out enemies before combat (1st as a captive and 2nd with gloves of reconnaissance) so I didn't waste any actions picking FT
Why would you keep your scrolls and jam in the same place?
Your scrolls go in ine pocket of the HH while your jam goes into the scroll case on your belt so it's always in reach while your making breakfast
They're not saying you are. They're saying ninja = rogue for the purpose of multiclassing.
Seriously mate. I've read some of your posts before. You're smarter than this
I've not yet had the chanc to read the entire thread, but has anyone suggested the possibility of having the slayer qualify for sneak attack in some fashion against their favored enemy without flanking or stealth? Maybe the quarry would be sneak attackable at 17th level or something?
The advanced slayers talent 'hunter's suprise' grants this once per day
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
What if we all pitched in and bought the rogue a puppy?
The slayer can take a combat feat already as a talent, but she can only do that once.Adding ranger's combat style as a talent tree would extend this (in a limited fasion)
I built a level 7 slayer for a game tonight with finesse slayer. When I realised that my dex was only one point higher I looked to swap it with something else I realised there was nothing else on the list I wanted
Last night I played a Level 1 Elven Slayer with a 15 point buy.
We completed a 6 room dungeon in the city's sewers facing ratfolk, dire rats, and ratfolk zombies.
I liked the favoures target ability.
The hit to the action economy didn't bother me too much as I simply switched to range. With anything that required melee I just waited till the second round to activate it.
Next week I'll take the slayer to lvl 7 and try out the more advanced abilities
Welcome to being a mature western society!
We have arguably been a mature western western society for years without lowering ourselves to this level.
The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Seriously. He hasn't passed a single international address without offending another country
They got an extension beyond the initial 13 episodes.Is that what you're thinking of?
What would your characters do?
Would they want vengeance?
Would they ever trust him again?
Th PC and GM mau have a plan for the character involved, and it's best to sit down and discuss OOC where to go from here.
But except for exceptional circumstances, I wouldn't expect to be adventuring with the traitor in the future.
At the end of the article for those who don't want to follow the link
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Doug's Workshop wrote:
Your response to their argument is to parody an extreme version of them.
That is not intelligent discussion. That is a farce.
There are benefits to society if you put effort into helping the less fortunate.
My partner is finished her qualifications for teaching this year.
Only now, 5 months later, after regular visits to a specialist (who charges $250 a consultation), countless blood tests to moniter her condition, 3 different forms of medication and a seperate specialist when her white blood cells approached zero, is she fit to start work.
Thankfully we live in Australia, where Medicare covered most of that.
Some out there suggestions
Bind an army of Madrid and get them to spam 'create water' when needed.
Give each augment each rural firstation with a squad of Ducks, and an Elephant for every 6 stations.
Develop a treatment for Asbestosis, and then build houses out of that.
Build all new homes in fire prone areas undergeound.
Start recruiting water benders from the south pole
Line the perimeter or each town with wind turbines. These can generate electricity for the locals during non bush fire periods and, during and emergency, be switched into reverse to blow out the fire birthday style.
I'm well away from the Springwood fire, but tonight I'm backing up the rest of our photos onto a harddrive and leaving it in my desk at home.
While thats copying over I'll pack a suitcase with the physical photo albums and a few things that can't be replaced, spare clothes and a few essentials.
If the worst happens in the next few months I want to be ready to leave in minutes.
I went climbing on wednesday for only the second time this year.
My arms are fine, but I'm still feeling it in my stomach from trying to climb the inverted ladder.
My return to fitness routine is pretty small scale.
There is supposed to be a program for back burning, where on cool days the fire brigade will start a fire to burn of 'fuel' (mainly leaf litter and dry twigs that accumulate on the ground)
But this doesnt always happen and we get out of control fires.
Another thing out Australian Flora.
Justin Rocket wrote:
Wait, im confused. Wasn't the shutdown caused by the Houses refusal 3 weeks ago to approve funding of the Government?