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6,914 posts. Alias of TriOmegaZero.


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XP is for chumps.

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Congrats Kevin! I still remember our table of Way of the Kirin fondly, especially the bafflement at my dwarf leaping out the window. ;)

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SOON.

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Dragnmoon wrote:

Thanks TOZ for ruining it for everyone else!!!!! ;)

Edit: And for stealing my name!!!

Yoink! Mwahahahahaha! *runs off into the night*

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*eyetwitch*

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Hmm wrote:
What a chaotic item! I love it. But how do you have any tactical control over the battlefield if you are continurally spewing unpredictable effects? Wouldn't this mess up your party as much as the enemy?

The eidolon is so potent it doesn't care what the rod of wonder does.

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I want that at my table.

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A few.

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Kadasbrass Loreweaver wrote:
My players are afraid of Auntie Baldwin and anyone that I use her face for now!

I had players trying to cast disrupt undead on her to see if it worked.

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I think some people have theirs surgically removed. :(

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I'll say. I didn't even rate a passing mention.

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Emmanuel Nouvellon-Pugh wrote:
I need RAW not RAI.

There is no RAW. Even the alignment description only says that evil implies killing.

Only the GM can define evil and irredeemable acts in his campaign.

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Scavion wrote:
There's lots of posters who do that frustratingly enough.

Guilty as charged! :D

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Drejk wrote:
Bad TOZ! Bad!

I get that a lot.

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Ashiel wrote:
But I'm kind of failing to see how ****, ____, ////, or some other "fill in the blanks on your own" is something that would be an issue. It's less explicit than what the Paizo's own filter does. It's not dodging the filter. It's never needing the filter to begin with. o____o

I don't think you're supposed to parse those two phrases separately.

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Meanwhile the rest of the forums are like "WTF mate? :)"

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DANG I'M HUGE

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Well, this escalated quickly.

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See, I knew I shouldn't have bought a house. Should have saved my money for this.

A pity I already have the non-color New Paths Compendium.

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I better get my clockwork prosthetic checked then.

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I'm agreeing with Sean? How...strange.

VM mercenario wrote:
You can use command words to turn brilliant energy (or any other weapon ability) on and off. So your hands work normally when you want but when combat begins you can say "This hand of mine glows with an awesome power! Its burning grip tells me to defeat you! SHINING FINGER!"

Okay, this made me laugh. :)

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Slave Spits of Absalom?

I don't think there are cannibal ogres allowed in the city.

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Never said it wasn't. ;)

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Backwards compatibility.

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Because d10 is reserved to Full BAB classes.

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*slow clap*

kinevon wrote:
Second, dying was a way to, with overcap, increase your character's Wealth by Level, independent of crafting.

Completely Off-Topic:
Did anyone ever try to abuse the multiclass rules to get 100% XP penalties and play their character forever, amassing all the wealth? Or did the campaign have something to prevent that? It was an amusing thought I had once.
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Everyone has an agenda. You'd have to be completely goal-agnostic to not.

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Both of these scenarios are relevant to my interests.

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I just walked into a room of PFS and asked 'Hey, do you need another GM?'

I don't recommend doing that at a PaizoCon special however.

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Become the greatest merchant ever born.

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thejeff wrote:
And physically mature, without mental maturity seems even weirder in many ways. Are they sexually mature? But too scatterbrained to responsibly raise kids?

Well, they do tend towards Chaos...

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Well, this will only end in tears.

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Malachi Silverclaw wrote:
In neither case does the preferences of a single individual case prove or disprove anything

You know, I don't think I ever said it did.

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I played a VoP monk from 15th to 26th.

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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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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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