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8,592 posts. Alias of TriOmegaZero.


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lol

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Run away, and never come back.

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Added another C/MD thread to the sea of similar ones on the forum. Why?

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Evasion is like "Will Disbelieves" for area damage.

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Finlanderboy wrote:
That brings the exception of murdering Hitler, is that evil?

I am not rehashing tired alignment arguments with you.

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Murder feels neutral to you?

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Ragoz wrote:
I believe being in line with the stated objective of the society and producing a reward is enough reason to not punish the players for their choice.

I don't see what this has to do with PCs performing evil acts and having their alignment reflect that.

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Run away, and never look back.

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It can, and may. It all depends on your actions achieving it.

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Ragoz wrote:
The action doesn't say it influences your alignment so it isn't like other boon etc which do.

The action/boon does not need to say it influences your alignment for the GM to rule that it does.

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Canadians clubbing Skeld wrote:

*whack*

"Sorry!"
*whack*
"Really sorry!"
*whack*

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I get mine before Skeld, but that's through shenanigans.

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Oh my.

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*hides in his cave away from the daystar* It burns us!

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*facepalm*

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No, Sissyl means the game.

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At least it didn't crash onto something ELSE.

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Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:
I find this a really interesting phenomena. In my mind, they're very separate. Still, I'll bow to your greater experience here, TOZ, since I never participated in any other organized campaigns.

I wouldn't say it's much greater. I'm just opinionated. :)

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Kind of tempted to try a paladin/ninja in full plate now.

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Well, we do have that argument about punishment vs abuse.

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Time to bring this out again.

Law and Chaos: Your Rules or Mine? wrote:

Let's get this out in the open: Law and Chaos do not have any meaning under the standard D&D rules.

We are aware that especially if you've been playing this game for a long time, you personally probably have an understanding of what you think Law and Chaos are supposed to mean. You possibly even believe that the rest of your group thinks that Law and Chaos mean the same thing you do. But you're probably wrong. The nature of Law and Chaos is the source of more arguments among D&D players (veteran and novice alike) than any other facet of the game. More than attacks of opportunities, more than weapon sizing, more even than spell effect inheritance. And the reason is because the "definition" of Law and Chaos in the Player's Handbook is written so confusingly that the terms are not even mutually exclusive. Look it up, this is a written document, so it's perfectly acceptable for you to stop reading at this time, flip open the Player's Handbook, and start reading the alignment descriptions. The Tome of Fiends will still be here when you get back. … There you go! Now that we're all on the same page (page XX), the reason why you've gotten into so many arguments with people as to whether their character was Lawful or Chaotic is because absolutely every action that any character ever takes could logically be argued to be both. A character who is honorable, adaptable, trustworthy, flexible, reliable, and loves freedom is a basically stand-up fellow, and meets the check marks for being "ultimate Law" and "ultimate Chaos". There aren't any contradictory adjectives there. While Law and Chaos are supposed to be opposed forces, there's nothing antithetical about the descriptions in the book.

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It didn't.

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rknop wrote:
Emerald Spire 1 is a little more insidious because it only takes as along as a scenario to play or run, but you get 3xp out of it.

Ya don't say...when we running that?

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Just be sure to put it back when you're done with it!

*winces and goes to put his clothes back the way they were* Little tight there.

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Or that those who cannot guess their partners intentions blow everything up.

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Bodily harm, certainly. Death is rather excessive. The GMs perception of the characters actions makes a large difference here.

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Come to GenCon! I promise not to kill your characters. (Mostly because I'm a big softie.)

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Drejk wrote:
Sharoth real?

Can confirm, truth is stranger than fiction.

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Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:
Ninja'd by TOZ.

Wopah! *ninja flipout*

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Paizo rarely gives without taking away.

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I'm just saying that a scenario a night is impressive but not required.

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Swiftbrook wrote:
The community has been asking for years for more time.

It's our own storied tradition!

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Nefreet wrote:
This time it wasn't me!!

I'm still going to blame you. It's not your fault, but I'm still gonna.

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MadScientistWorking wrote:
No she gives you the boat in that scenario too.

I think we're talking about two different timings then.

Spoiler:
I feel that giving them the boat to use on the mission is suitably different from giving it to them as a reward at the end of the scenario. She can't very well give it to them at the start when the last team to use it hasn't returned with it. The boon allows you to buy it, not borrow it.

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MadScientistWorking wrote:
Nope your description is vague enough to be two scenarios apparently.

It really isn't.

Spoiler:
In one she lends you it, in the other she lent it to the people you're going to find.

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Wot?

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godsDMit wrote:
Osprey is fine except for that one scenario where he sends you on the mission to find the macguffin, then shows up at the end, takes it from you, and flies off in bird form, leaving you a LONG way from home. -_-

It builds character.

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The Doomkitten wrote:
Talking about TOZ.

A dangerous thing!

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?

I'm going to a party.

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Note: I did manage to totally murder the party barbarian in part 3 thanks to his low AC. :)

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hey aeglos

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The common wisdom around the barracks was "Don't vote, you'll get a boot in the ass either way. What size it is doesn't matter."

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Mulgar wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

That kind of already happened...

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rknop wrote:
...doesn't that mean that right now, you are as drunk as you've ever been?

Good heavens, NO. My first drinking experience had me sitting by the toilet laughing at nothing.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Wow, even I don't go that far...
..when sober

I'm always sober.

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Weables wrote:
No, There's no RAW telling you how to roll dice.

That's not what he's asking. His question pertains to grid distances and direction. Stop being an ass.

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Wow, even I don't go that far...

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Chris Mortika wrote:
But then, they get the reputations they earn.

Not necessarily. Osprey was bad-mouthed up and down to me, and I bought into it until my characters actually encountered him. Public opinion is not always based in fact.

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Oh, you know. The usual.

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You think Satan isn't a lesser evil?

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Terek wrote:
The acting Venture Captain over the area I am in has announced that Eyes of the Ten is probably going to be retired soon.

Based on what?

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