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DM Beckett wrote:
No matter how probable/improbable, difficult, realistic, etc. . . it could be, there isn't an option to pick "Door C" (or D, E, F,. . .) that allowed.
Welcome to PFS, where the reporting conditions are made up and player choice doesn't matter!
Let me know if your opinion changes after the arc is complete.
And I can see your game now.
"I run up and kill the wizard."
"Okay, he's dead. You've saved the princess and the country. Please describe your victory parade."
As you can see, you can do anything if you are just narrating your actions.
And then the warlord runs out of money to counter magic, and the problems are back again.
Darigaaz the Igniter wrote:
Unholy hell, but that does kind of blow my antipaladin lich masquerading as a death knight out of the water...
Edit: I meant what I wrote about running as written but as you read and run these older scenarios, it becomes obvious that the editor back then wasn't really very good. Then it becomes judgment call territory. Undead opponents utilizing morale bonuses is a classic example.
We're also in need of a new example, as that has been patched.
Monster Codex wrote:
Undead Barbarian An undead creature with the ability to enter a rage gains the morale bonuses from rage despite being immune to morale effects. The bonus to Constitution from the rage applies to an undead creature's Charisma instead.
But, this person is asking when they can shut the door on people in general.
Actually, this person is asking about a person in specific.
Just coming out and looking for reasons/excuses to veto the player I find wrong.
Wanting to know if you can veto a player when you already HAVE a reason to do so is perfectly fine.
You terminate players for having too much information about the game?
Grey Lensman wrote:
I thought Hellsing was just because you couldn't have baby-eating Nazi vampires on television, you had to put it direct to disc.
Point being, if the 'preparation is pre-casting' logic held true, then a Wizard should be able to do that with expended spell slots, or cast an unprepared spell even without open slots, provided that they have the time for a ritual.
And if I eat all the cake, I should just be able to bake another one. It's not like I need ingredients or anything.
Glord Funkelhand wrote:
Stupid questions: Is there a Way to store my Marcos permanently?
If you mean in such a way that you can drop them into any game, you'll need to add them to a character sheet and have access to the character vault. Then you can export the character sheet with the macros wherever you like.
I personally love it when the party ends a combat quickly. It means I can go back to talking in silly voices at them.
Note: Just because combat starts does not mean I actually stop talking in silly voices. I just tend to have fewer silly voices for the mooks.
And here we have a perfect example of conflicting statements that do not logically follow. Notice how in the first premise the poster establishes that the rules have been set, only to immediately claim that the rules have no longer been set in the second premise. From there, a faulty conclusion is drawn. A textbook example of what not to do.