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Hey... computer! How do you recognize a commie?


Apple juice.


You got it off!!! Thank you. :)

*drinks some wine and enjoys herself before it most likely comes back to her somehow*


We must all be ready to fight, to the point of violence and beyond, those who do not stick to moderation in all things.


*pulls the plug*

The next poster's mind is... bloooown.


*points at a mimic impersonating a chest*

"Look, Tasha, I wonder what's in that chest?"


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Another easy fix: Play as a commoner. Every single piece of magic is going to have to go to the commoner to make him able to contribute...


*sets fire to the room Pulg is in. A lever sprays a thick fog of bromated flame retardants when pulled*


Let us see. A wizard 20 trying to cast something at a balor. First, overcome SR of 31 using 1d20+lvl, +4 with spell penetration feats. Adds up to 70% chance of success. If that succeeds, you will have to beat its saves: +29 fort, +17 ref, +25 will. Considering that your max int mod is 7 at 25, That means that your save DC with a lvl 9 spell is 10+7+9=26. The balor autosaves fort and will, and has a 60% chance to save vs reflex. With greater spell focus, the saves are auto, 50% and 90%.

Doesn't seem the wizard can actually "hit those save DCs".

Now give the wizard a +6 int item and a +5 inherent bonus. The save DC is 10+13+9+2=34. The balor saves at 80%, 20% and 60%.

This situation is not entirely realistic. Usually the PC will be lower level than the monster. Note, though: Even harshly specialized, using a lvl 9 ref save spell in the focus school, the same level wizard has only a 56% probability of getting to affect the balor with a spell and getting a failed save. Your model gets you 35%. Yeah. You would notice that.


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Ah yes. Casters are cancer. Such a lovely way to put it.

Also, Kirth, you must have a very accomodating GM. One who never puts in threats that are not easily dealt with using the caster's current spell selection. One who just lets the clerics and druids hang back and cast spells. But it is rather harsh of your GM to demand that clerics and druids focus on summoning. And as for pennies on the dollar... you know all those spells you say the casters have to switch between? Well, it adds up to four spells per spell level, a few more at lvl 1. Do check the cost for buying more, which you are definitely going to need if you intend to "switch your entire spell selection the next day".

Do yourself a favour, play a wizard or two, hmmm?


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Casters do need items too. Funny, huh? See, while wizards can usually ignore weapons and armor, they still need stat boosters, ioun stones, various wondrous items etc. Clerics do the same thing only need armor too. Druids needs Wild armors etc. Not to mention wizards need spells in their spellbook, which costs.

There is much anti-caster propaganda out there. Don't listen.


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*backstabs Kileanna with a ballista*


What does a petri dish taste like? Is it best enjoyed fried, grilled, boiled or sauteed? With wine, beer, or ketchup?


*ties a tiny cardboard sigh around Game Hamster's neck*

*writes "squirrels are bad nuts" on the sign*

*dumps him from her golf car in the middle of the local park*


And like all princes, he is also a furry, tusked, 600 lbs animal.

The curse changed him.


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It works well with rice dishes.


A) Belle is the real bookworm in the story. If either of them explains Shakespeare, it's her.

B) The beast is bestial, reduced from what he had been. The central idea is that he grows from his growing love for Belle. Isn't there a scene in the animated movie where she teaches him how to read again?


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Sri racha is questionable. The much better offering is Hoi sin sauce.


Obviously, kings are only kings for life. They would all do well to remember that.

Moral standard: Authority doesn't carry its sword in vain.


VIC-20. It rocked.


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It is not the nutty, sweet candy, but the skill of the one who wields it.


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Pffff. Men.

Moral standard: Do unto others before they do unto you.


...Monty?

Oh. Sorry, mistook you for someone else.


A living grimoire can use his book as DF. An Exalted (prestige class in ISG) get a divine brand that works too.


Actually, you should look up Commandaria st John...


*dias*


Yeah. Sometimes you should... like... go LEFT!

Moral standard: Mind... blown!!!


And some others.


Part drei


Arid pert


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"FIRE!!!"

*chops off the rope of the catapult with her axe, sending the trussed-up net of enthusiastic screaming goblins and the heap of chemical barrels into the air*

*watches the contents of the net detonate in a riot of colours to cover the sky*

"Happy birthday, Dalindra."

The next poster was hit by one of the goblin-shaped objects.


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Nudity is not just the law, it's a good idea?


Yeah, and the one who dies with the most stuff wins!

Moral standard: The one who dies with the most stuff wins.


Not madman... more like jester. IIRMF.


Yes, since the lip-launcher started to be used.

Moral standard: You are what you eat.


I have been crunching the numbers on this for ages now. It... just doesn't add up. You get the book, which, as a light weapon, doesn't synchronize with much of anything. You will end up as a front liner due to the book, but you have d8 hp and medium armors and no other defensive abilities. There is nothing in the books that help light maces more than any other weapon. You can't really multiclass, because you lose out on the book advancement. And so on.

All in all, about the only thing you are good at is intimidate.

I am afraid my verdict will have to be nope.


Yes. But the Add new thread/post/reply links were still there.


You really shouldn't do that to a female pig.

Moral standard: We are all fellow passengers on spaceship Earth.


BeefSupreme wrote:

Orgazmo

Bad: Stupidest movie ever!!!

Good: Stupidest movie ever!!!

My gaming group & I always quote lines from that movie.

And who the f$!$ are you?


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A congestion of oozes.


Urotsukidoji is a film that did something absolutely incredible: It did full on hentai for a full movie DESPITE JAPANESE CENSORSHIP! It is really quite amazing when you think about it. It is a very iconoclastic movie, and will do bad things to your head if you take it seriously... but I have no idea how anyone would manage that.


He's getting to the meat of it now.


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Hello!


But you really need to work on your ranged attack bonus.

Moral standard: It takes two to tango.


Wonderful, thank you! That is very helpful.


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Burn someone else's bridges. Duh.

Moral standard: All that is required for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.


I am. After keeping my brother for six years, he wants to get out of the cell.

Moral standard: You snooze, you lose.


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Oooookay, Joey just failed his Reflex save and fell into the horrible-looking pit. Let's get going everyone.

Moral standard: You're not you when you're hungry.


...ummm slayer arrows?

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