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I chop off IHIYC's heels and toes to see if his feet go into a glass slipper. Of course, the wounds keep bleeding due to a combination of super glue, leakage holes and heparin.


Veganism comes with certain nutritional problems that I have found most vegans are actually not clear on. Primarily, vitamin A and B12 are things that become problems. Now, this still takes a while, and ironically, most vegans quit veganism before ending up with deficiencies. So. It obviously is not a practical problem of note... but I don't understand how someone can go vegan without understanding the nitty gritty details.


I hand IHIYC his dirty laundry, the one in the closet which nobody has dared go close to in the years he has been hiding in it. To do this safely requires a hazmat suit, of course.

A while later, it's quite a show to see IHIYC getting... Eaten, probably... By a posse of knickers, socks and a pair of vaguely shirt-looking objects.


*presses the glowing blue button on Krevon's forehead*

*takes cover as the shaped charge makes Krevon's head asplode*

*giggles*


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Precisely.

Spoilers:
It is arbitrary. The clues given are screwed up. Most of the stuff is of the amazingly creative No save variety. A lot of it is stupid, such as the sex change and opposite alignment curse. There are three creatures in the entire sorry mess, all at severely different power levels. The entire dungeon is PASTEL, for the love of interior decoration. There are few opportunities for players to use their characters' abilities. The final combat against the demilich is similarly stupid (the thief's only option to do damage is to sling gemstones, which do damage in relation to their value, really Gary? Really?). It feels like a jumble of completely disconnected rooms, which is further reinforced by the fact that big A himself can realistically be taken out efficiently by using a trapped gemstone found two rooms earlier (which thankfully lets the PCs skip the combat with him). I played through it with some friends some time ago, and they looked pretty stunned at it. But its worst crime is that it keeps spawning homage adventures WHERE YOU USUALLY HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE ORIGINAL STINKING PILE OF CRAP AGAIN!!!

There. You can excommunicate me now.


Uses Dictum followed by repeated Order's Wrath on Nurn.


Another vote for where the demiplane spell was originally cast. It is and will remain the place with the closest ties to the demiplane.


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Seconded Mud Sorcerer's Tomb, the Sinister Spire.

I really can't agree with Tomb of Horrors, though. It is rather incomprehensible why people think it is such a great adventure.


Bards aren't weapons. However, monks, barbarians, and for some reason commoners, are.


Catches Scavion by net, then sticks him in a catapult basket along with lots of bozak draconians, and aaaaaaaaaaWAY he goes.

*sticks fingers in ears for the landing*

*giggles*


She reminds me of a quote... "All hail great warlord George W Bush! May he kill every man, woman and child in the Middle East!"


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All in all, it seems the most dangerous phrase from a GM is "are you sure you want to do that?"


Let's see what this scroll does? Summon paladin horde? How interesting. Welcome, boys and girls! Yes, he's your target.

*points at the Fiend Fantastic*

*takes out a bag of popcorn and a pair of binoculars to get a better picture*


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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:

"Groetus hangs in the form of a bloated moon above Pharasma's Boneyard in the Outer Sphere, silently watching. Only the other gods know whether the moon itself is the god, or merely his dwelling place, and they have proven reluctant to discuss the matter. Adventurous folk who have braved the surface of this place are either never heard from again, or are discovered soon after as the newest of the god's insane faithful.[3] It is unknown what role Groetus will play in the End Times."

Hypothesis: Groetus = Second Coming of Aroden.

We got death star

We got death star
We got death star
We got death star


I would go with Lovecraft for this. See, a mere planet is like a grain of sand to some of the forces out there in the darkness. They just aren't very interested in it. So, what the villain does is attract their attention, something that can only be done by fulfilling certain prophecies yadda yadda. If done, the world will be tossed into an entirely different cosmos, surrounded only by void unlit by stars. Bonus points if the heroes get to visit that future somehow to see the few survivors huddling together in the dungeons, safe from the horrors of the surface...


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But remember, atheist scum are the dangerous people. They have no morality, you see.


Honestly, and I apologize in advance if this is not politically correct, isn't the reason there doesn't seem to be a solution to the problem that it is a situation only made possible by large amounts of foreign capital? We like to think in terms of solution by returning to some sort of natural state, but without massive power and money used to prop that situation up, it would never have happened. At its heart is an even more vicious conflict than Ireland (which was certainly nothing to sneeze at, with millions dead and centuries behind it), also made different because the brits were one part of the conflict.

I wish it could be as tsuruki says, but that style of all-out warfare would likely escalate into nuclear war today. And, of course, the cultural war has been going on even longer than the nordic conflicts have, so don't hold your breath, I guess.


Jurassic bard gets shot from about a mile away from a custom-improved elephant rifle. Now... What to do with a dozen tons of fresh meat?

... Barbecue anyone?


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It isn't complicated. "Elfondir was born 114 years ago. Then his parents put him in what is lovingly called the 'moron cocoon' so the absurdly retarded elfling doesn't get in the way before he starts being able to think at around 100 years of age. Fourteen years later, he is ready to adventure!"


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Rovey has always been strawberry shortcake.


...and you thought your kids had social problems in school, more like it.


Yuugasa wrote:

Hehheh, the above might sound like a negative interaction but it really wasn't. That was my family's version of a heartwarming tale of two relatives coming out to each other. I'm honestly not sure what to do next. It's awesome that my mom is Bi and that she is willing to show my wife some lee way in her 'dirty, sinful, life choices' (her actual words) but I'm not really sure if the same will apply to me.

I actually didn't really mean to come out. While I like men a lot having never been in a full relationship with one there are many questions about myself I myself have yet to fully answer. If we start having real open conversations I think my answers will be mostly "I'm not quite sure, let me think about that." which is fine, not very informative though.

Even if my family has a really bad reaction to it (which I'm hoping not, given their only awkward reaction to my wife) I guess it doesn't matter all that much seeing as they already have a pretty low opinion of me for being an atheist. (and all the lack of humanity and morals that entails to them.)

I honestly feel a little lost right now; Is this the beginning of something awesome or just a second checkmark against me on the 'you're an awful person' chart? or both?

Time will tell I guess but I'm definitely ending my day in a very different position than I began it.

Wow... Congrats, I think. It is fascinating that gayness should be a problem at all considering you really are an unrepentant atheist. I mean, people without God can't have any sort of morality, right? :-)


Amateurs. And morons. Seriously, there is a REASON nobody claims it. In all the world, it is THE most useless land available. It... Kind of goes without saying. Ah well, I guess I will have to add it to my list for the scheduled world conquest, but I will be taking it last.


Bwahahahahaaa!!! :-)


So, now CR500Cricket has both a fake one and a real win?

Man, C5C must really LIKE pain.

*pushes another detonator and blows up both the fake and the real win*

*giggles*


...I give up. Sorry.

The next poster will at leat try.


Crap, I can't remember the name. What I can say is that there was an ad about it in Dragon magazine back in the day. It MIGHT have been named after the character, Kai<something>. Also interested if you find something.


*is painted blue and wearing a red wig. The effect is... Questionable*

Bwahahahahaaaa. I am CR500Cricket!!! I am in this thread and you can't get rid of me.

Hahahahahahaha.

The next poster has discovered something about succubi that UDS might want to know.


Aaaaand push detonator to blow up C5C along with the win.

*sighs softly*


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Bob_Loblaw wrote:
This may not seem like a big deal to some but I went for a walk dressed up all by my lonesome. Sure it was 1 am but it was a mile walk along a road that was busier than I expected. There were no pedestrians but there were plenty of cars. One circled by twice. I got a little nervous but they never stopped. The point is that I did it without anyone there to support me in person. For me, that's a big deal.

You rock!


Mine. Mine. Mine. Mine. Mine.


Okay... Horns, fake t%**, twenty pounds of costume jewelry. No masterpiece, I admit, but meh. You do look like something vaguely femalish dressed as a succubus. We don't have all the budget in the world, ya know?

*picks up Ban hammer and starts stalking #44*

Next poster will interfere in a disastrous way for all involved.


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No, rating systems should be a service to the players, not a sledgehammer against the producers of games. As in, this game has a plot and gameplay that a three-year old can actually handle well. If the game also contains sex and violence, let that be a separate marking (yes/no).


On the subject of not killing. IIRC, the baskian ETA was remarkably skilled at launching operations without killing anyone. And good thing too. After decades of doing this, Baskia was given independence from Spain specifically because of this strategy. It could so easily either have become a bloodbath, or never resulted in anything.


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You can NEVER trust them. They are useless, dangerous and bring only problems. They demand that everyone should adapt to them, and ignore any sort of discourse and understanding. Only raw violence works. Complete excision. A final solution.

Appendixes. Simply can't trust them.


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There is no justification, Lord Snow. It is murder, and it is never okay. However, if you deny a whole population ways of living in peace and relative prosperity, armed resistance WILL happen. This kind of situation can only be resolved from the point of the stronger group - that is Israel, like it or not.


Granted! They instead start showing reruns.

I wish nobody was interested in seeing crappy TV or movies, without obviously destructive stuff like everyone dying.


Oh, my mistake. :)


Yeah, that's a good one... um, yeah.

The next poster really gets it.


Every so often, a country has to deal with complicated situations. And if they choose the wrong way to do it, it isn't always fixable afterward. Certain situations require generations of work to correct. Now, every country has been there, more or less. And some of these situations have already happened. Mistakes are not easily dealt with.

In the case of the Middle East, the West has had a monstrous policy. Again and again, countries on the verge of democracy and prosperity, countries that could have been valuable friends and allies given a little more time, have been thrown into wars and revolutions that ruined them. It was probably a result of the fear of prosperous oil-producing countries - but the price is one everyone is still paying. It's like the treatment of Germany after WWI. Not every mistake can be fixed.


Of course it does. It also makes it difficult to criticize the Palestinian "terrorist" organizations for targeting civilian targets. As much as accepting this leaves a dry taste in my mouth.


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Lord Snow wrote:
I was using the word "terrorist" to signify that Hamas are specifically and intentionally targeting their violence against civilians, and are ruthless when it comes to sacrificing their own civilians for the slightest of edges. The argument that they "don't have a choice" is both meaningless and condescending - there's always a choice, as the peaceful uplifting of South Africa rather recently proved. And not holding Palestinians responsible to their actions is not treating them as equal humans to Israelis. Every man or woman has to answer for their own actions, and Hamas has accumulated quite a bit of that.

What, you want them to assault army bases instead? Israel has what, the sixth largest military in the world? Face it, the only thing they can affect is civilian targets. Against military targets, they have nothing, no chance, no hope. And due to their lack of resources, their operations WILL cost them people. I find criticizing them on that basis a bit... odd. The alternative is to stop fighting back, which is as impossible to them as it is to the Israeli by now. And no, as was pointed out earlier, the change in South Africa was hardly a peaceful revolution. I maintain: The lives the could live, the change the majority of them would want, given that they are human beings, ARE out of their grasp, because of security measures put in place because "the Palestinians can't be trusted".

Finally: If every man and woman must answer for their own actions, why are the Israeli setting all Palestinians to answer for what the suicide bombers and rocket-flingers do?


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Terrorist is a boo word. Like freedom is a hooray word. The most basic part of understanding propaganda is that someone using either hooray words or boo words is selling something deeply simplified and generally useless. Nothing against you, Lord Snow, and you may even be right in that Hamas is worse, but using terrorist like that doesn't help your message.

The IRA lost the hearts and minds of the people of Northern Ireland when the economic situation improved. Big surprise. People have better things to do with their lives than killing people and making political statements - if given the option. Things like getting their kids to good schools, work to get food on the table, and perhaps a forty inch plasma TV. Making sure their parents are doing okay. Falling in love and keeping up with what Justin Bieber is doing. Improving on their cooking. Debating politics. Reading obscure fantasy novels. Wasting time on forums. Going to prison for driving too fast. You know, stuff. Life.

The problem is that it is seen as a security and military problem primarily. That has always been a good way to increase suppression and authoritarianism. If you have someone imprisoned for causing someone's death, you can ALWAYS say "he killed someone, so we can't let him out this year, he might do it again". But it is at its most basic level a failure. Not getting out, he grows angry and feels you are being unjust, and causes trouble. So, you send in some thugs with knuckledusters to teach him he shouldn't cause trouble. Now he realizes he has to fight for his life. His behaviour grows worse. Then you can CLEARLY not let him out, because he now hates your guts. Brilliant. There IS no solution that way. And perhaps worst of all, there are many in politics and the military, that stand to gain from that path.

Even if the Hamas are worse, they, like the IRA, are merely reflections of what they see as their enemies.


Find out through play and from what they put on their character sheets what they enjoy. If someone has put up various combat modifiers for different situations, they enjoy combat. With a big backstory, they want to roleplay. If they put together clues and such, they probably like mysteries. Once you know what brings their jollies, GIVE THEM THAT. If they turn uberpowerful, up the challenge level or end the campaign if you need to, in favour of a new one.

When making campaigns, start with the end and work backward from there.

Reward considerate behaviour like peace-brokering between other PCs. Gloss over bad stuff. If they start attacking NPCs, it is often best to just say "okay. You kill them." and continue doing so without a single check until they get the hint and stop. NPCs can be replaced. A PC that thrives on random murder needs to either change or be kicked out.


Granted! The world is now dead.

I wish for light.


I have played mythic for a while... 2 MR = 1 CR is b&$$%~!&. More like 1 to 1.


Granted! You are now the owner of a bar built entirely of chocolate. As the weather grown warmer, the bar melts into indescribable sludge, and eventually the top of the building built over the bar collapses, killing more than two hundred people and leaving you to pay billions in damages.

I wish all the succubi came to my party to brighten my day instead of hanging around with UDS.


Round one: Harry wins initiative. He uses turnupsidedownus maximus on Luke. Luke bonks his head but gets up.

Round two: Harry wins init again, and goes to town with throwrandomjunkus badlatinum. Luke gets pelted with various odd stuff. Luke decapitates Harry with his lightsaber.


Ooooooh personal lackey! Come, have cookies. While I appreciate service, it may be that Shepard needs help with those pesky reapers. And, you know, it would be... problematic... if the galaxy ended.

The next poster has a suggestion involving large numbers of elcor infantry.


No. No no no no no. Just... no. Don't even think about such things.

The next poster does, of course.

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