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Yes, and the response is also a quotation, from another comedy film, The Princess Bride and apropos, considering that the joke from the first one is adequately ironic, so they go well together.
Wells is a master manipulator, so it's hard not to feel sorry for anyone that falls under his influence. Whether he intended for anyone other than Barry to be affected remains to be seen, though Hartley wasn't so much affected as afflicted, since he was injured and had the implants to help.
I was impressed by how they managed to work in sexual tension between West and Hartley without any direct dialogue.
Found this article on io9 the other day: 10 rule for making better fantasy maps.
In the tradition of Castle Ravenloft, the fortress of Scarwall from the Curse of the Crimson Throne AP was a pretty impressive map.
Okay, I think I'm ready.
The arcanavore can also absorb energy from sundering magic items, which provide longer lasting bonuses. If it deals sufficient damage to an item to inflict the broken condition, it gains +1 enhancement bonus for every three Caster Levels of the item (or special abilities as above, minimum bonus of +1) that last 1 minute per caster level of the item. If a sunder attack destroys the item, then the duration is doubled.
The arcanavore only sheds light while using absorbed magic.
Male Human (Ulfen) Cleric 7
Hang on a tic...
Sorry to see you go, Patrik. Treshiell will be missed.
I'm okay now. Just needed to let off a little steam, let my Hitler out and have done with it. Given the overall quality of the Top 32, I'm not feeling totally crushed, but there's that tension that just needs to go before I'm ready to give congratulations.
The arcanavore was mine.
Wait? Exit poll? There was an exit poll? How did I miss this?
Nothing in the description of movement during a charge says it doesn't work with air walk.
Nothing in the description of air walk says you can't charge.
Conclusion: A creature under the effects of air walk can charge normally.
6a. "I don't detect any traps." (To the fighter) "Go ahead and open the door." *takes a step back*
Male Human (Ulfen) Cleric 7
"Sorry, Prazil, but whoever made that armor for the owlbear may have also had it attack us. And if it's this guy," he says, pointing at the corpse, "then I'd say his armor making days are over."
Agnar shakes his head, pondering the scene for a moment before heading towards the exit.
"I'm going to find a place to set up camp. The only person we've found that might know something about this owlbear is dead, but that's not going to give him an excuse to give us answers. We should spend the night here. In the morning I'll try a spell and see if I can't convince his departed spirit to speak to me."
If everyone's okay with it, we can rest here, get a point or two of ability damage taken care of, and I'll prep a speak with dead and see if we can unravel at least a little of this mystery.
Every time you use an apostrophe to pluralize a word, zombie Aroden strangles a kitten.
I'm a maverick and a rebel! I'll do what I want! Plus, I'm thinking D is interfering with my comprehension a bit. Kinda fuzzy. I've slept 14 hours out of the last 24. That might be contributing as well.
Sexism was rampant. Never mind that many of these women were doing jobs that men left behind when they went to war. They just got displaced when the men returned home to pick up where they left off.
I have to agree this was a much better start than Agents of SHIELD had. Right into the thick of things. Of course, we're dealing with a character we already know from the first Cap movie, and no need for team building and such.
So is it okay to email your item to a list of friends for critique as long as you dont post it on the forums?
Yes. Just be sure they understand the anonymity necessary for the contest. Wouldn't want someone to accidentally spill the beans here on the forum or elsewhere. As long as your item isn't publicly tied to you, you're fine. I get feedback on my creations all the time.
Not weird at all. Knowing you made an item that the community really liked is something to be proud of. I'm always pleased when people enjoy my work.
That said, I'm really hoping this will be the last year I can compete.
Male Human (Ulfen) Cleric 7
I am so glad I decided to prepare this spell...
Agnar strides forward to get a better look at the beast
"Erastil, free that humble servant from the clutches of his enemy," Agnar prays, before intoning another prayer, as a glowing bow appears in the air above the shambling mound, draws back, and fires an arrow of force.
10 foot move into the cave. Liberating command on Prazil, providing an Escape Artist check (with a +12 bonus) as an immediate action. Then he casts spiritual weapon. Attack: 1d20 + 8 ⇒ (17) + 8 = 25 Damage: 1d8 + 2 ⇒ (8) + 2 = 10
Finally, after many hundreds of votes, I saw an auto-kill item. So many others have griped about seeing it/them. Finally! Is there some RPG Superstar equivalent of the Snoopy Dance?
Yes, but you're not going to like it.
Another new item, and one that made me look up not one, but two new words. In this instance, I'm not sure they were necessary. Still an interesting item, but there's a limit to the word count. I'm not sure using obscure language when describing mechanics is a plus. Better to err on the side of clarity.
I won't rule any particular item type out. I wasn't crazy about most of the magical tech entries, but then I came across one that was really well done. Creative and well-written, with a solid them, and it's rules-savvy. I could not in good conscience vote another item over it just because "this is tech and the other one isn't." This is RPG Superstar. If a person takes a risk and pulls it off, that deserves some credit.
Whether or not an item is not my style or "too niche," isn't the point for me. The point is whether the designer showed me something cool. If the item is cool enough, then if they move on to the next round they can show me if they can continue to provide the coolness while moving into design areas that are perhaps more mainstream.
Wouldn't it be "those that voluntarily join in the dance gain the sanctuary effect, while those that do not dance cannot receive it?"
I'd just like to point out that "lots of aspergillums this year" isn't snark. It's a statement. There's no negative or positive in it anywhere. It's simply a statement of (perceived) fact.