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Ouachitonian wrote:
I didn't notice any racial restrictions. Are there any?

It was an oversight: Core and Featured races only.

Ouachitonian wrote:
Also, I think I missed starting gold. Standard WBL?

Yes. It's 6,000gp at fourth level.


Gay Male Inhuman

Theran is a person. He can get...enlarged.

Round 1

The crusaders put their shoulders to the battering ram and slammed it into the Gray Garrison's doors again. They held for only a few strikes before flying open to reveal a squad of still-assembling demons. They were hunched, asymmetrical creatures with many deformities and mottled, green and violent skin. Their elongated skulls housed eyes red with hate. They held polearms bearing crescent-shaped pincers closed about a sharp spike and something like an oversize, three-bladed dart.

They all hurl their darts from the ends of oversize slings, three striking Theran.

Rules Stuff:

Inits!
Galin: 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (18) + 5 = 23
Steave: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (14) + 2 = 16
Theran: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (2) + 0 = 2
Yridhrennor: 1d20 + 11 ⇒ (17) + 11 = 28 always acts in surprise
Total 69, average 17.25

Bad guys: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (17) + 2 = 19 they win, damn them

That's six foes. Since Theran is the big guy, they all throw their tri-blades at him. His AC is 15 flat, +2 from Y's prot evil, -1 for being so ...large.

Tri-blade1: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (11) + 7 = 18 hit
Damage: 2d4 + 2 ⇒ (1, 1) + 2 = 4
Tri-blade2: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (15) + 7 = 22 hit
Damage: 2d4 + 2 ⇒ (1, 2) + 2 = 5
Tri-blade3: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (4) + 7 = 11
Damage: 2d4 + 2 ⇒ (3, 3) + 2 = 8
Tri-blade4: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (4) + 7 = 11
Damage: 2d4 + 2 ⇒ (3, 4) + 2 = 9
Tri-blade5: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (16) + 7 = 23 hit
Damage: 2d4 + 2 ⇒ (3, 4) + 2 = 9
Tri-blade6: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (6) + 7 = 13
Damage: 2d4 + 2 ⇒ (4, 4) + 2 = 10 18 damage total

And the party's up. Go nuts.


Gay Male Inhuman
Tallen "mittens" short horn wrote:
if he can't it's 12 to hit and 5 damage

Mariel is right. No smite yet. But quite soon you'll have it. :)


Gay Male Inhuman
Mariel Uth Kaldar wrote:
For some reason I am not able to access the map, I see my name and a box but that is about it. No big mean dragon.

:(

Is the rest of it just a big black box, or can you see Mariel's token and other PCs?


Nikolaus de'Shade wrote:
Would you have sneak attack from the different classes stack? I.e. Rogue/Slayer at lvl 4 would have 2d6 from rogue and 1d6 from Slayer or would it just be 'take the highest amount'?

Since it's the same ability, take the highest of the two.


Nikolaus de'Shade wrote:

Would a Heretic of Achalkek be permitted? LE but believes that the Red Mantis Assassin's have got the wrong idea, that they use Achalkek for their own benefits rather than listening to the god.

The eventual aim would be to emulate Achalkek - be an assassin of Gods (or at least demon lords) himself! :D

Build would be:
Mindblade Kensai->Evangelist//? -> Red Mantis Assassin///Trickster

For LE, the same concerns expressed here would apply. That could get in the way of the assassin.

Separately, do you mean mindblade or kensai as a base class? I only see those from Paizo as magus archetypes. Likewise evangelist is a PrC. What would your PC's starting gestalt be?


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GM Grog wrote:

Posting my bio and crunch soon,

DM I am planning Paladin/Oracle into Hellknight Signifier/Hellknight Commander, is there any problem with this plan?

The Touched by Divinity, as per what you have already said, I am a follower of the Godclaw, but I think his personal deity is going to be Abadar, however his Oracluar abilities can come from the Pantheon correct, as he doesn't actaully have to have a God to grant the powers according to the books and fluff. Can I Insert fluff that it comes from all of the gods in the Godclaw Pantheon?

So long as you can swing the prerequisites, the PrC lineup looks fine.

The oracle sourcing works for me. Oracles were designed in part to fill that flavor space.


bigrig107 wrote:

Decided to go Ranger/Cleric, as that fits the idea I want.

What's the most prevalent terrain in the Worldwound, for purposes of favored terrain?
I don't want to make a useless choice with favored terrain. Favored enemy will be obvious (chaotic outsiders), but terrain's a bit harder.

The story is relatively soon to go into the Wounded Lands, where it remains through the end of the third book. In general, that looks to be mountains. The Abyss features heavily in books four and five. The big finale is back in the Wounded Lands.


Rednal wrote:
Can we pick from the Aasimar table of alternate abilities?

You can.


Olaf the Holy wrote:

"Abilities that bypass energy immunities and damage resistance will not do so, but will retain any other functions."

Is that just resistances, or also damage reduction? What about DR/Epic?

It includes DR. I constantly forget that it's called damage reduction, not resistance.


Ouachitonian wrote:
In either case, how strict are you about prestige classes and gestalt? I've never understood the default "only one side can take a prestige class" rule. I mean, if it were a class that pulled from both sides (a cleric/wizard going theurge, for example) I get it. But could my Paladin/Bloodrager go Holy Vindicator/Dragon Disciple(assuming draconic bloodline)? The class requirements really don't overlap at all except that each requires a certain BAB.

Feel free to ignore the only one PrC rule.


Camris wrote:
GM: Should we, as replacement characters also have one of the Scales of Terendelev? Or not?

Let's say not. There's only so many of 'em. You can have been in the square when the fireworks started if you like, though.


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bigrig107 wrote:
Would you allow the "Touched by Divinity" trait to function with the Order of the Godclaw (who does grant its own list of domains to clerics)?

To a point, yes. The trait assumes a singular deity, while the Godclaw is a mini-pantheon. For story purposes way down the road, it would work out better if there's a deity within the Godclaw who your PC felt especially connected to. The religious paraphernalia and so forth could still be Godclaw all the way.


Rednal wrote:
Ye gosh, three Champions? Definitely not doing martial. XD There will be plenty of HP damage as it is.

Steave could really go either way, but yeah the party isn't hurting for traditional melee sorts.


shogungari wrote:
Samnell wrote:
gyrfalcon wrote:
Do you know what mythic paths the current players plan to walk?

I haven't asked since the game started, so these are very much non-binding statements of intent, but here you go:

Galin: Champion, small chance for Marshal
Steave: Champion, Marshal, or Guardian
Theran: Champion
Yridhrennor: Archmage

.....if it helps my chances I was going to go Trickster. :V

I kid. Quick question, though- do I get a favored class bonus from two separate classes as a gestalt or is it still just one class (unless half elf)?

Just the one....you cheeky trickster. :)


Gay Male Inhuman

It's Philippians by way of Huma, isn't it?

Kissyfur AC: 27, T9, F27; SR 18

Round 1

Mariel rushed forward and the Innfellows came in her wake. Goldmoon permitted Jakun to precede her, but refused to stay below. Even Sunstar came up.

"You've all come. How civil," Onyx said, darting in front of Thistletorp. In an instant, the dragon's eyes were inches from his own. "Sneaky little kender thief!" Her nostrils flared and she drew her head back, inhaling deeply and then spewing a torrent of vitriol that left Mariel gravely wounded and Goldmoon very near death. The blue crystal staff shone in the plainswoman's hands.

Rules Stuff:

MarielBluff: 1d20 + 4 + 4 ⇒ (6) + 4 + 4 = 14
KissyfurSenseBS: 1d20 + 23 ⇒ (19) + 23 = 42
KissyfurPerc: 1d20 + 23 - 4 ⇒ (12) + 23 - 4 = 31

Circumstance modifier on that bluff because it's exactly the kind of boldly foolhardy thing that Onyx would expect of a goodly type. The same on the Perc is from the din of everyone rushing forward. If Mariel had made the bluff, I'd have given Thistle a few more points.

Aaaaaaand that's going to be a fight. :)

Inits!
Caitlyn: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (9) + 2 = 11
Jakun: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (12) + 4 = 16
Mariel: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (3) + 0 = 3
Mittens: 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (16) + 1 = 17
Thistletorp: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (14) + 7 = 21 never flat-footed
Total 68, average 13.6.

Kissyfur: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (20) + 4 = 24 oh dear

She breathes on Mariel and Goldmoon, DC 23
Mariel: 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (20) + 1 = 21
Goldmoon: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (2) + 3 = 5
Damage: 12d4 ⇒ (2, 2, 2, 2, 2, 4, 3, 1, 3, 3, 2, 2) = 28

And the party's up.


gyrfalcon wrote:
Do you know what mythic paths the current players plan to walk?

I haven't asked since the game started, so these are very much non-binding statements of intent, but here you go:

Galin: Champion, small chance for Marshal
Steave: Champion, Marshal, or Guardian
Theran: Champion
Yridhrennor: Archmage


Gay Male Inhuman
Thistletorp Babblebrook wrote:
Thistletorp doesn't even wait for her to finish, or.. well.. start talking. He easily scurries up through the grate and into the dragon's den.

Thistle burst into motion as soon as the first syllable passed Mariel's lips, but as quickly as he reacted the Dragon swung her head around, fixing eyes on the grate.

"I hear you in there," the dragon said in a calm voice. "You want my treasure? A trade, then. I will take from you what is mine, the staff, and give you these disks. There is no need to sneak. We can treat as civilized beings."

Goldmoon stared daggers in the dragon's direction, abruptly unwrapping the staff and casting its azure glow over the tunnel.

"I know what I must do," she said to the Innfellows, resolute.

"Wisdom itself. I know you don't crave my company. Come forward and we will make the exchange."

Through it all, the dragon took no notice of Thistletorp, who had already stolen through.

Rules Stuff:

I'm not sure there is a good skill to measure how quietly one whispers. Stealth is probably the least counterintuitive.

MarielWhisper: 1d20 + 0 ⇒ (9) + 0 = 9
KissyfurPerc: 1d20 + 25 ⇒ (2) + 25 = 27 she heard that...but did not see Thistle.


Rictus Greybone wrote:
Still working on mine at the moment to submit to you. Going with a Ratfolk Sniper/Bolt Ace. Gonna go Lawful Neutral with him and try my best to provide cover fire for the group. Eventually gonna take it up a notch and does some twitch level of stuff, though I assume most demons will be immune to poison, I'll still use a few different tricks.

Demons are immune to poison, yeah.

Rictus Greybone wrote:

Got the crunch down, gonna work up the backstory next

Do you accept drawbacks for 1 additional trait? If not its cool, only curious cause thats the last part of my crunch.

I allow a drawback in exchange for a trait, but only one such trade off.


shogungari wrote:
Well that doesn't inspire a vote of confidence. >.<; Either way, I'll keep updating my character sheet so please consider it. It should have a link to my chosen picture at the bottom too when I find one that works.

Sorry, I wasn't as clear as I ought to have been. I meant only to help Almagafor narrow down his ideas. It wasn't a final (or even preliminary) judgement on who will join the game. That decision doesn't get made until the end of the submission period, a week hence. Your PC is still in the running, same as everyone else's.

It wouldn't be at all fair to tell people they had a week and then pick early.


Almagafor wrote:

Ok, for your consideration:

1. Tiefling Paladin/Sorcerer, lawful good (naturally). I ran a tiefling pally sometime ago and loved it, I've always wanted to revisit the character or someone like him. I've shopped this idea around a little bit but I think Wrath would be a great AP for him. He's an all loving kind of hero, believes that all are worthy of redemption (aside from undead and demons), and is the first into the fire and the last out. Sarenrae seems the most likely deity.

2. Slayer/Inquisitor, race undecided, lawful neutral. Fills out the skill monkey slot pretty nicely and I've been wanting to run a slayer for a while now. Thinking a kind of divine warrior/detective, road worn but still trying to do the right thing.

These two seem like they'd be the best fits of the six.


shogungari wrote:
Samnell wrote:

General note here, since it developed after the writing of the chargen and I forgot earlier: This game uses Roll20 for battle maps. It's just way easier for me to manage things that way. If your PC is accepted, I'll grab your profile pic to use as a token and grant you control over movement and such. I'm pretty sure it works on every desktop platform, but know there is no mobile version and that might be a deal-breaker for some.

Probably not a big deal, but if it is for someone then best get it out there before anyone puts too much effort into making up a character.

Oh....I mean, normally I'd prefer roll20, but is this still pbp? I might not be able to do the time due to work and other games....

It is still PBP. Roll20 is strictly to have a battle map people can refer to and move their own tokens around on. I've been at the table all of twice when a player was also there. We're all very asynchronous. :)


Gay Male Inhuman

You know what? I forgot how numbers work. Or I transposed the Perc and Stealth. So let's fix that.

Thistletorp stuck his head up into a vast chamber, a hundred feet wide with a broken, translucent dome above. Xak Tsaroth's ever-present mists shone with dim light. The same dragon that Thistletorp had seen twice previously stood amid a pile of jewels, steel weapons, and other decidedly fascinating treasures...including a sheaf of what had to be hundreds of platinum disks, each barely thicker than a fingernail, held together by a single rod.

Entirely unaware of Thistletorp, or anything else untoward in her domain, the dragon amused herself by arranging her treasures into piles and shapes on the floor.


General note here, since it developed after the writing of the chargen and I forgot earlier: This game uses Roll20 for battle maps. It's just way easier for me to manage things that way. If your PC is accepted, I'll grab your profile pic to use as a token and grant you control over movement and such. I'm pretty sure it works on every desktop platform, but know there is no mobile version and that might be a deal-breaker for some.

Probably not a big deal, but if it is for someone then best get it out there before anyone puts too much effort into making up a character.


shogungari wrote:
Hm....so, I'm probably jumping the gun a bit, but I can't help but notice permanent Reduce Person costs 2,500 GP....would it be alright coming in with that already applied? Since I can't get a mythic level until later I'll switch one level of rogue with Mouser swashbuckler so I can still flank and provide benefits to my allies.

I hadn't thought of that, but it seems reasonable.


shogungari wrote:
Here's my character sheet. I'll update it as the day goes on. Question about mythic stuff in the future, how godly will things get? I'm thinking of incorporating my character's actual race into her backstory. Basically, she was turned into a halfling and wants to find a way to change back. Would something like that be alright to have? And what is our starting funds?

Power-wise? I know I'll be doing some nerfing, but a certain degree of craziness is the main idea.

An involuntary shapechange in your backstory is completely fine. There would probably somewhere down the road where you'd have a chance to revert to norm, but it would be a while.

You have 6,000gp to spend on your gear and so forth.


GM Grog wrote:

Sure thing, Never gotten a chance to play in wrath of the Righteous,

Oracle/Paladin alright with you?

Sounds good.

GM Grog wrote:
What level do you need it created too, or is level 1 fine?

Level 4, 6,000gp.


Rednal wrote:
GMs often change things up anyway, so yeah. XD And what are your thoughts on third-party content, like Spheres of Power and the Mythic Mania trilogy?

I'm not familiar with Spheres of Power or Mythic Mania. My general position is no third party content, just to cut down on the number of things I've got to keep straight.

But I know mythic needs some houseruling and I've got one up already (reworking crits to avoid the multipliers on multipliers problem), albeit we've all forgotten about it pretty constantly to date. So I'd be open potentially to something on a case-by-case basis, but not so much entire systems. From my very brief look at the product page, it seems like that's going to rule out Spheres for sure.


bigrig107 wrote:

Very, very interested.

Are evil alignments still off the table?
I've always wanted to run a LE Hellknight through Wrath, and gestalt being added only makes me more interested.
I have quite a bit of experience running an Evil PC in non-evil campaigns, and wouldn't cause any big problems with the group, especially the paladin.

(He could definitely work as LN, but the big E really fits his ideas of the world and how he reacts.)

I appreciate the consideration, but with the game well underway and a social contract established I would want to have the players weigh in on having an Evil about. Let's try for a best-of-both-worlds solution: Work him up as LN and then if you get the spot we can talk about it as a group and see how everyone feels. Sound good?


Sabrina De'Foe wrote:


I wasn't worried about this being a PFS game, more along the lines that applying with a Paladin is not to my advantage as you already have one.

This particular alias just happens to be a PFS alias, but I have another one that isn't.

I get it now. :) I don't necessarily mind the overlap, particularly not in gestalt. The PC that just withdrew had paladin levels too. The most it would probably factor in to your disadvantage would be to decide between two otherwise dead even PCs. It might hurt more if you matched the gestalt full split of another PC (for the current roster, that would mean a brawler/paladin alongside a brawler/paladin) but it would depend on choices in archetypes and builds too.


Rednal wrote:
Does being a GM running it disqualify me? XD *Fair disclosure*

It's not a problem, so long as you're careful about separating your GM knowledge from things your PC acts on.


shogungari wrote:
Samnell wrote:
shogungari wrote:
Damn, i've been wanting a mythic gestalt for the longest time! I'm assuming no homebrew races though? I had a monk/rogue in mind- both unchained- but it's a custom race. Tiny-sized fey. I understand if you won't allow it though.
No homebrew races is indeed the case, but if you want to rework the guy as a halfling or some other standard race then that's cool.
Won't work as well if she isn't tiny. How many creatures will we face that are large size or larger? If plenty I'll submit her as a halfling. Maybe buy some reduce person potions too....

It's hard to say without going through every encounter, honestly. On top of that, I tend to add and swap things around, as well as consolidating filler and background encounters in the interests of keeping the action going at the slower online pace. There's also a decent chance that I'd toss in some extra Larges specifically for a PC specialized in fighting them, though there would still be some limits when you're indoors and allowing for forgetfulness on my part. I can't promise Giantslayer level big guy hacking, of course.

As I read Titan's Bane, it wants two or more sizes bigger than you. For a halfling without special effort, that's Large and up. But a halfling with a reduce person gets to be Tiny and would work the magic on Mediums. Since you'd be taking rogue levels anyway, you could invest in Use Magic Device. The DC to fire a wand is only 20 and the cost of a reduce person wand is all of 750 gp, out of the 6,000 at your disposal.

Down the road, Reduce Person is also something you can apply Permanency to.


CaptainFord wrote:
Actually, I meant to ask. What are the rules for race? I checked through the original post and couldn't find anything. And I would presume Core and Featured are cool given there is already an aasimar, but I thought I would ask just to be sure.

I can't believe I never wrote any, but it seems so. Yes, let's stick to core and featured races.


Sabrina De'Foe wrote:

this looks cool but I only have a paladin created to use.

if you are interested its in the alias (non-gestalt)

This isn't a PFS game, if that's an issue. I've got no objection at all to your making a new character or remaking one you play elsewhere as gestalt. I don't even have to know. :)


shogungari wrote:
Damn, i've been wanting a mythic gestalt for the longest time! I'm assuming no homebrew races though? I had a monk/rogue in mind- both unchained- but it's a custom race. Tiny-sized fey. I understand if you won't allow it though.

No homebrew races is indeed the case, but if you want to rework the guy as a halfling or some other standard race then that's cool.


Almagafor wrote:

Sold!

Ok, question, can I submit more than one character concept?

You can if you like.


Hello! That stuff up in the thread title? That's the stuff. But you want more stuff. Who doesn't? So let me explain the Kansas-Nebraska Act and-

Right then, wrong stuff. You're probably reading this because you want to hear about a game with openings. I have two lovely openings in my gestalt, (soonish to be) mythic WotR game thanks to RL interference. The party are just starting their second foray into the Gray Garrison, so I rate them 75-80% done with the first book. All the chargen stuff from here still applies, unless I've forgotten something, save that you're making a fourth level gestalt PC now instead of a first level one.

The present party roster:
Galin (half-elf warpriest/fighter)
Steave (aasimar brawler/paladin)
Theran (human barbarian/oracle)
Yridhrennor (elf wizard/arcanist)

The players have expressed an interest in securing a sneaky type, so I will weigh that more heavily, but there are two spots open so if you're interested in the game but not the role there's definitely room for other concepts.

Should you want a sense for how the game operates or how awful a GM I am, to better minister to the needs of the Samnell-shaped voodoo dolls I'm sure everybody has several of, you can also check out the gameplay and discussion threads.

I'll take applications until midnight, EDT, July 7, a week from this posting and select the two that seem like they'll fit best with the group.

So that's the stuff. Be sure to ask if anything's unclear, confusing, or uncertain. I love to destroy questions with the power of answers.


Gay Male Inhuman

Thistletorp stuck his head up into a vast chamber, a hundred feet wide with a broken, translucent dome above. Xak Tsaroth's ever-present mists shone with dim light. The same dragon that Thistletorp had seen twice previously stood amid a pile of jewels, steel weapons, and other decidedly fascinating treasures...including a sheaf of what had to be hundreds of platinum disks, each barely thicker than a fingernail, held together by a single rod.

As the Kender peeked up through the grate, the dragon swung her head around and looked him directly in the eye. She spoke in slightly accented Abanasinian.

"Hello, Small One. I hear your heartbeat. Your friends' as well. Wherever did you find a second minotaur in Abanasinia? No matter; we need not resort to unpleasantness. Bring forward what is mine and I'll let you all go free."

She's quite audible down below too. Good pipes on them dragons.

Thistlestealth: 1d20 + 18 ⇒ (19) + 18 = 37
Kissyfur Perc: 1d20 + 25 ⇒ (4) + 25 = 29
Thistleperc: 1d20 + 10 ⇒ (12) + 10 = 22


Gay Male Inhuman

Ok. I'll get on a recruitment post.

With regard to Abelard's fate in-game, let's say that he received a divine vision or something that led him to make his apologies and embark upon a mission he had to pursue alone.


Gay Male Inhuman
Mariel Uth Kaldar wrote:
Does the Blue Crystal Staff of Mishakel glow?

It does in general, but Goldmoon keeps it wrapped up. It's not glowing any more now than usual.


Gay Male Inhuman

Noted.

The Innfellows began their long, cold walk through the secret tunnel. It runs arrow-straight, bar missing stones, for two hundred feet to the south, then turns for another three hundred and forty or so before the cold, wet adventurers find themselves at its end. A shaft rose up above, marked with abundant handholds. At the top, an iron grate let through a faint glow.

Rules Stuff:

Total distance through the tunnel is 540 feet. Going through the difficult terrain means a speed of 10, so 20 per round. That's not quite long enough for cold damage and fatigue. Congratulations! :)


Gay Male Inhuman
Jakun Stormhoof wrote:
Jakun enters the tunnel last turning to the gully dwarf, "Please wait here for our return".

The gully dwarf nodded eagerly.

If Thistle's really going to swim the distance, then you'll all be in that water for quite a while to keep in time with his swim speed. Being in it, you can tell that it's potentially dangerous to you to do so. Not instantly fatal, but also more than mere discomfort. Cool?


Gay Male Inhuman

So...here's the super-awkward post that can only ever come while it's a little awkward.

We're down two players, technically three. (One left after like two posts.) That makes the party:

Yridhrennor (wiz/arcanist)
Steave (brawler/paladin)
Theran (barbarian/oracle)
Galin (warpriest/fighter)

We could probably use some more warm bodies. If there's no strong objections, I'll see about getting a recruitment for a couple together in the next day or so. New people could be fellow survivors and such, so there's no story reason not to pop them right in.


Gay Male Inhuman
Abelard Lassmar wrote:

Theran's summary is as clear as any you'll find. The whole thing's a complete clusterf****.

Unfortunately, it's now obvious that normal service is not going to be resumed any time soon and that my workload is going to involve a lot more travel (among other things).

I'm going to have to withdraw from this game. I'm really sorry about this, but I just don't have time.

Samnell, thanks for running it; thanks to the rest of you for gaming with me; it's been a blast.

Best of luck to all of you.

Aw. We'll miss you. :(


Gay Male Inhuman
Mariel Uth Kaldar wrote:
Does the half elf see anything with her dark vision?

Just the tunnel. There's not a lot too see, except that it's quite long. It looks like they're in for a long, cold walk.


Gay Male Inhuman
Yridhrennor Arahaelon wrote:
Perhaps we can force oppen the door?

You have a battering ram for that if you want to put it to use.


Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
I'm looking for something new to read via audio books. I've got an audible subscription and credits to spend. Any suggestions on things I should look into? Thanks in advance.

I've used audible, mostly through sales, to "read" a little bit outside my field rather than really for fiction. So here goes:

I found Chernow's Alexander Hamilton really good, though it's a tad hagiographic even by my standards and I'm a Hamilton fan from before the musical. His Washington biography, read by the same guy, was just ok. I think a lot of that is down to Washington just having a pretty boring life, though. Yes he had a temper, but he so was the dude

Tim Wiener's Legacy of Ashes is great and horrifying, though a few times the reader chose to give historical figures accents that didn't really work. A Kissinger impression or a fake southern accent are just distracting. I've actually listened to it straight through twice in the past six months and bought the dead tree (used) because I wanted a reference copy.

Avoid John Ferling's Jefferson and Hamilton: The Rivalry That Forged a Nation. The content is fine, but the narration is remarkably bad. At points it sounds like they hired a guy who has limited English proficiency and were editing around his worse gaffes. Random emphasis, abrupt changes in tone, weird pauses. I really don't know what's going on there and am seriously considering returning it. But it's making me loathe Jefferson even more and that's always fun.


Gay Male Inhuman
Caitlyn Weissman wrote:

Before the others got too excited, Caitlyn held up a warning hand and told them, "Wait up. Let me check for tracks"

[Dice=Perception]1d20+9
[Dice=Survival]1d20+9

The dark, the water, and the general discomfort of the place made Caitlyn's investigation harder than usual, but in the end she found no worrisome tracks at the foot of the shaft.


Gay Male Inhuman
Dragonofashandflame wrote:

he's about that tall

He'd have to swim then. The water's at least up to his chest, probably deeper in spots.


Gay Male Inhuman
Thistletorp Babblebrook wrote:

Oooooo! Thistletorp grins and slowly wanders down the hall, darting to look at rocks and the water, and the sides of the cave... somehow, he doesn't make a sound and is easily missed as he moves.

[dice=STEALTH!]1d20+18

How tall is Thistletorp? The waters 2-3 feet deep.

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