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7,755 posts. Alias of TriOmegaZero.


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bugleyman wrote:
First....wow, I can't believe this thread is still going.

No kidding!

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There really IS a spell for everything.

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I don't understand. Could you clarify?

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Melkiador wrote:
War is almost never considered evil in fantasy.

Then that's a problem. "War is organized murder. And nothing more."

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Wrath wrote:
TOZ wrote:
This is the most asinine twisting of rules to accomplish a goal I have ever seen.
Is this more asinine than the huge number of other "omg I found another broken combo, Paizo you fools" rules manipulations out there?

Yes.

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This is the most asinine twisting of rules to accomplish a goal I have ever seen.

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I feel like this thread is a digital version of that note passed in class with yes and no check blocks.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Captain Yesterday is my real name :-)

First or last?

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Todd Morgan wrote:

Painlord wants a post out of me:

As one of four HQ Leads this year, I wouldn't say I have impossible standards. BUT you've all sorely disappointed me and I hate you all. Good day!

Is this what you wanted, Painlord?

I hope Mrs. TOZ meets your high standards on the HQ table. :)

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Maneuvermoose wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
I'd almost like to go back to 3.5, as that was a system I knew, and it certainly wouldn't be changing unless I deemed it necessary.
Yessssss. Come back to ussssss!

And THEN I would patch in all the PF rules that I thought worked better, constructing a Frankenstienian monstrosity of core and house rules! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Also consider talking to them. Solves, like, 80% of problems on this subforum (the other 20% are caused by TOZ. No exceptions).

And you can't solve me so easily.

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Yeah, but you're hardly a normal case RD.

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Were you guys griping about errata in there? You oughta be ashamed.

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Not the most impressive feat of necromancy we've seen, but quite despicable anyway.

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It stands for TriOmegaZero.

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blackbloodtroll wrote:

Are we looking to go against directly stated intent, with the false flag of good will, and do exactly what the Devs asked not be done, whilst also claiming to be doing their work?

Is that the goal here?

Some posters just want to watch the forum burn.

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I'll have what he's having.

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Rysky wrote:
Though yes, can we be a little bit more civil please in our disagreements?

I'm trying, I promise.

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magnuskn wrote:
forger03 wrote:
Divine Protetion was a decidedly fun and enjoyable power feat that worked great according to all those I know. Now it's... a feat I don't think anyone I know would ever bother taking. Including myself.

Hahahaha. Hah. No.

Worst designed feat ever. The people who were responsible for the original release should have worn hubcaps of shame until they fixed this. The fix may be a bit overzealous, but this feat should never have been published in the first place.

Hahahahahano. At least it actually DID something.

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Weird, I see it happen all the time.

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Julie Iaccarino wrote:
I ate too many tacos.

I don't understand.

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Cort is my hero.

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DM_Blake wrote:
Is Paizo sending a clear message that they're in such a hurry to rush a new book to market and make the quick buck that playtesting and rule balance is now pushed off to post-release, or ignored all together?

Tell me what you think the answer is when Occult Adventures is out for perusal.

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Assume until further clarification that Slashing Grace can be used with all light weapons.

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claudekennilol wrote:
Good thing my magus has fencing grace instead and that'll never be errata'd since it's in a Player Companion.

We could start up a FAQ about it...

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Man, so this is what it's like when Blizzard releases a WoW patch.

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Wait, there's a second printing of the ACG?

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Gorbacz wrote:
I've always syspected you of being a closet magical tea party cops and robbers gygaxianist. ;)

That's some hovercraft full of eels level of word salad.

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Larkspire wrote:
knowing the rules is crucial...

Meh. I don't find that to be so.

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HWalsh wrote:
TOZ wrote:
HWalsh wrote:

I find the argument of:

"The problem is the game. If it doesn't work the way I run it, because I have a style that I like, then the game is broken."

To be very... Illogical.

Then why do you posit that the game is not broken based on your own style of running it?
Because the way I run it creates scenarios that mimic the way adventures are presented in the source material.

It's not broken because you can fix it then?

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HWalsh wrote:

I find the argument of:

"The problem is the game. If it doesn't work the way I run it, because I have a style that I like, then the game is broken."

To be very... Illogical.

Then why do you posit that the game is not broken based on your own style of running it?

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This will only end in tears.

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Respect. Do we have any!?

I know I don't.

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Dare we dream it?

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That's not my name...

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Yes, I will put on clothes in the morning. For tonight, NAKIE!

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There are creatures in the world that even giants fear.

We call them PCs.

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But is it that difficult to type it all out? :P

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pauljathome wrote:
Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Gamerskum wrote:
So when do we stop roleplaying in order to get the mission done?
When an alternate interpretation of your character leads to better table harmony than another.
Within reason.

I'm sorry but I see no need to add this qualifier as there are NO situations when being without reason is the right answer.

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Jessex wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Jessex wrote:
And how precisely will you ever stop being a jerk if there are no consequences for being such an enormous jerk to the people you game with?
Who here has advocated for there to be no consequences?
You and everyone on your side of this debate.

You assume far too much.

MY consequences come outside the game, between the PLAYERS who have the problem.

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Jessex wrote:
And how precisely will you ever stop being a jerk if there are no consequences for being such an enormous jerk to the people you game with?

Who here has advocated for there to be no consequences?

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thejeff wrote:
Without that, do you still think it's PvP?

Sure, if I have to justify why I didn't charge the player for a raise dead.

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Seran Blackros wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Seran Blackros wrote:
I am fairly certain that is not legal in PFS

Only if the death was caused by legal circumstances. I consider the inquisitor's actions PVP and thus illegal.

Naturally, you are welcome to rule differently at your table.

I will. I am just curious, how do you define PvP?

S.

Much like pornography, when I see it.

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Seran Blackros wrote:
I am fairly certain that is not legal in PFS

Only if the death was caused by legal circumstances. I consider the inquisitor's actions PVP and thus illegal.

Naturally, you are welcome to rule differently at your table.

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Akari Sayuri "Tiger Lily" wrote:
Rocks fall, everyone dies? :)

Eh, in the OP's example, I would probably tell the necromancers player that his character was raised at no cost.

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Jessex wrote:
I did. How does never work for you?

At your table? Perfectly.

At mine? Not so much.

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Jessex wrote:
At what point do you get to stop forcing other people to do stuff so your piece of paper can still get used?

You have a brain. Use it to figure each situation out.

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Socalwarhammer wrote:
I disagreed- sometimes s%$@ happens and its only a game. What do you all think?

The inquisitor not healing the necromancer is basically coming to another persons house to play cards, and during the game breaks his chair over the table. Then he leaves.

In PFS, your fellow player doesn't get to just roll a new character. The GM doesn't get to build the necromancer back up from the setback of a raise dead. Intentionally letting your party member die is forcing them to expend resources or removing their character from play.

It's only a game. Don't break other people's toys.

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All of them.

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Krensky wrote:
North Star isn't fantasy...

WTF difference does that make? Is he not an anime fighter that people can take for reference in their games?

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