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6,881 posts. Alias of TriOmegaZero.


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N N 959 wrote:
This is a game, it's not some sacred religion

You'd like to think that, wouldn't you?

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Kthulhu wrote:
I'm even more amused by how many times he's stated "I'm done with this" or some variation, only to make another post within 30 minutes.

You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.

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I now want my Invulnerable Rager to rock a necklace of strangulation.

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Majuba wrote:
Why would you want to hold this up?!?

I bought a house first.

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NobodysHome wrote:
Is that what they call whiskey and porno mags these days?

Did they ever NOT call them that?

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Evil is just so tempting...

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Rushley son of Halum wrote:
The Fun Sponge wrote:
Galnörag wrote:
GM Lamplighter wrote:
Scenarios like 6-01/02/03 reward characters who are well-rounded. If all you can do is one thing really well, you are hooped when that one thing doesn't work.
I vehemently disagree, these scenario's punish well rounded players, the technologist feat is a specialization, and without it, all the other well rounded skills become useless.
I'm going to take a wild guess that either you haven't played 6-03 or didn't really play 6-03.
Can you blame him?

Yes.

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C. Nutcase wrote:
TOZ wrote:

Well, this looks shiny.

OH WAIT THAT'S BLOOD.

And it's fresh.

YEAH I KNOW. THAT'S WHY IT'S SHINY.

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Undone wrote:

In 6-02 there is an encounter with an average damage output in the 100 range with specific written tactics that they gang up on 1 target. At low tier the encounter is only in the 40-50 range, because that's a consolation.

The encounters are numerically high using monsters which should by all rights be CR 5 or 6

Could you explain the math behind that? Preferably in a different thread, since this isn't the discussion thread for that scenario.

You know what, never mind. I just got a look at the scenario in question, and the only way you get that damage is consciously choosing to as a GM.

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Blackfoot wrote:
Cupid had good maneuverability.

Citation needed.

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Mythic Evil Lincoln wrote:
Lemmy wrote:
Reading Mark's mention of the Occult Adventures made me realize I'm not even excited about the playtest... sigh... :/
I've been completely disinterested in the last three playtests -- but it wasn't Paizo's doing. It was the participants.

There were playtests?

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deusvult wrote:
I agree, but a total ban on adding anything statwise is what's RAW. Windows have stats

They DO?! o.O

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Simon Legrande wrote:
Keen? No. I think they're crazy. But I believe that you're not free unless you're free to be wrong.

Are they free to starve their children?

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I already answered your OP. Now I'm responding to your later posts.

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the secret fire wrote:
You are apparently looking for reasons to argue with me. This is quite an impressive red herring you've caught considering that no one in the history of gaming other than perhaps mental patients has ever used point buy and then assigned the stats randomly.

But that is what would solve your problem. Randomizing which stat goes where. Not choosing rolling over point buy.

If you can still choose which scores go where, it doesn't matter if you rolled them or picked them out yourself. The cookie-cutter effect still happens, because the player puts them in the class-determined optimal order.

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Jiggy wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
What's a statblock? ;)
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Well, this looks shiny.

OH WAIT THAT'S BLOOD.

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While I have your attention, I just wanted to say good morning, and hope you are doing well.

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Odraude wrote:
I think if we got some kind of word or apology on their own about the ACG, I'd feel a lot better.

I honestly don't find an apology meaningful. I get that other people do, but it just doesn't have any effect on me.

Just like subscribers get the first, needs-errata copy of every book, the ACG errors just are. Apologizing doesn't change reality. At least not for me.

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Simon Legrande wrote:
Kullen wrote:
Kydeem de'Morcaine wrote:
Going to the opposite silly extreme does not invalidate someone's preference of something somewhere in the middle.
"Squatting in between those on the side of reason and evidence and those worshipping superstition and myth is not a better place. It just means you’re halfway to crazy town." --P.Z. Myers
A quote that applies nicely to religion and really not much else.

It's simply a specific application of the Golden Mean fallacy.

Everything in moderation, including moderation.

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According to the rules?

I haven't a f#&+ing clue.

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Lemmy wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
To wield a weapon, you must attack with it.
That... Makes no sense.

Welcome to the d20 system.

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Should DM's enforce the Child Characters ruleset?

Absolutely, if that is what they prefer for their campaign.

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Infinite.

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Erosthenes wrote:
I think it is awesome that the CEO takes her time-on a Saturday (When she should be gaming instead of working LOL ;) ) to respond to posts on the message board!

When the worker finds the task to be his entertainment, then all is leisure.

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Huzzah!

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...I kinda want to write an adventure for it.

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Mark said everything I was going to say.

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TL....we need to hang out....

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Nathanael Love wrote:

When you go to the supermarket to purchase groceries do you look through the entire store before putting a single item into your cart?

Or when purchasing a new DVD or book, do you look through every single movie or book available on Amazon before choosing?

Do you also refuse to date anyone until you have met every human on the planet?

Follow the same logic with your friends? You can't choose to have someone be your friend until you've seen every possible choice of a friend there is?

Absolutely. It's not like there are categories that I can break my purchases down into to narrow the selection field. And after all, I can only choose one item each time I go shopping. And we all know you can only be allowed so many friends according to FBL.

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Well, that certainly is a thing.

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Simon Legrande wrote:
Is it really necessary to jump in and tell someone you'll never meet that they're doing it wrong if they never asked for input?

Nope. But you can't stop me.

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Oh gods what

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Greylurker wrote:
just because you can make it easy to find doesn't mean it has to be easy to buy

Can I pay for it in HP damage?

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Sometimes I think they only read mine when they are moderating them.

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Kyle Baird wrote:
Sounds like all of you need to write more reviews.

Stars aren't everything.

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Pendagast wrote:
How do you take a d12 and a d8 and "hybrid" into a ….d8?

By having a 3/4 BAB.

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And every book release. Announcement. Off-hand comment.

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Jiggy wrote:
What if encounters in rectangular buildings used grids while encounters in other settings used hexes?

MIND = BLOWN

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*ninja flipout*

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I really want to get access to this scenario already so I can reference how it is supposed to run...

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BigDTBone wrote:
Ooh ooh! Do they wave their private parts at his Aunties?

Worse. Shows them their nephews porn collection.

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chaoseffect wrote:
I'm going to roleplay my level 1 character as someone who thinks he is level 20/used to be level 20 before becoming an out of shape drunk in need of a montage, and there is nothing you can do to stop me!

Good, your 20th level nemesis shows up and burns everything you ever loved to the ground.

And then says mean things about you.

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Erik Keith wrote:
It's been an ongoing process Gorbacz! I think the next step is Psychopass to further earn their trust, maybe Puella Magi Madoka as a buffer, and then ultimately Higurashi.

Usoda!

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Cary's Anok wrote:
That guy who responded just said 'we will ask you to leave'. Very poorly put, when my post said nothing about willfullness. Yes, semantics sometimes ARE important.

I should point out to you, that I am that guy.

Alias-switching is kind of a running gag with me.

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Hey, some people banned it before it was ever printed...

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Cary's Anok wrote:

"kick. kick. " ow! "kick".

(When i get the money, I'll buy shoes, first).

I don't think you understand the metaphor.

If it doesn't apply to you, then I'm not talking about you.

Edit: Finlanderboy is correct.

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"Now we have a choice here: we either sit and wait, or we take these flare guns and do something really stupid. "

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Even I don't hate you.

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Sadurian wrote:
Mushashi wasn't exploiting a broken rule

How can you be sure?

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