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Wait I'm missing c/m Disparity discussion? Quick someone link me a thead I love those.
Lissa Guillet wrote:
The flags help, but they aren't the only tool we have. What I really needs is a way to get dripping remains of the spammers off. I don't think a normal bath will get out the stench of their splattered remains.
Prestidigitation apply liberally after every good round of squishing.
I'll just take an overall survivor of the spam wars tag for every account active during this time.
I know it would be a pain but could it be set up where the first few new threads by a new account have to be checked before they go live?
As a former Safety Manager at a rail switching site I can agree with the above. Human error will screw up a rail system more often than anything. After the cited incident our company had our heads of safety and site managers checking every standing piece of equipment for proper handbrake numbers constantly to verify we weren't having an issue with compliance on them.
Dorothy Lindman wrote:
Was dating a nice girl for about 3 months when she wanted me to meet her best friend so here we go off to meet her. We get to her friends house and I meet this nice sweet young lady. Well fast forward 9 months my girlfriend is now my ex(still on good terms just wasn't working) and I get a phone call that her friend has just been dumped and is depressed. So here I go being the nice guy and start trying to cheer her up. Next thing i know I have been talking to her for 6 hours straight and the sun is coming up.
Which was the point I was making. Not to mention if you want that style of guns then your gonna need to make said gun worth using. If you decide you want a lets say 3 rnd reload weapon, thats exotic, and cost 1000g, and only does up to a 1d12 on damage, while being the only weapon in the game with more than a miss on a natural 1. I doubt you will see a lot of use. Sure its touch AC but for no extra prof. and a lot less gold one can simple use a heavy crossbow for the same effect with only a single point of damage lost on average.
From the guy who wrote the feat.
Jason Nelson wrote:
My intention with tying it to the AoO mechanic was simply to make it an ability you could use more than once per round, rather than wanting to tie it specifically to all the implied mechanics of AoOs. I had thought about just making it an immediate action, but that limits it to once per round and takes your im/swift action. I figured that was an appropriate mechanic for In Harm's Way, but the defensive bonus of AA was modest enough that I thought it entirely fair to not limit it that way.
LazarX the answer to why it isn't done, in my opinion at least, is who would actually bother. A druid wouldn't he might upset the balance of nature and that's not good. Only a handful of clerics would have a deity who might even approve of such measures but doubtful as for even a small desert your having a huge number of clerics doing little else. Wizards doubtfully would find a reason. And if anyone actually did try those above mentioned druids would likely want a word with you.
Why do you have issues environmentally but not when it comes to combat? I pointed out several quick flaws in the system that I'm not sure were ever addressed past CdG and yes Headsmen didn't always get a kill on the first shot. And regardless that's the world your playing in a world where you can get your throat slit roll over and beat the guy senseless and then go back to bed.
Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Yep ask away its good roleplaying. But if the other guy doesn't agree then you have an impasse where someone has to give. Someone either doesn't get to play their character they way they envision, or someone doesn't play the character they brought, or worse case someone walks away and possibly no one gets to play.
Akari Sayuri "Tiger Lily" wrote:
Let me ask this question about both what I've quoted and what the OP in general. If a compromise can't be reached who should back down and swap characters?
We don't know that we have a second hand account that felt like that was what was being done.
Ask the Average person on the Street how likely it is that guy can get his throat slit and live without intervention, the vast majority will think it unlikely. Do we also now change the Coup de Grace rules?
Ask the average person on the street if they think trained archers miss 5% of their shots at a target 10ft away, most will think thats unlikely. So do we now change misses on a natural 1?
Ask the average person on the street if they think a man can be in an empty room with an explosion going off and suffer no damage to him or anything he wearing most will think it's unlikely. Do we rewrite evasion?
And if it goes to that point I'll stop. But if you ask why I'm doing it I'll point out its for the sake of the mission. I may have to pay for it down the line but I need your ass standing to wrap this up. No I wouldn't continue to force it but I'm damn well gonna try.
It seems to me the undead was raised because things went to pot and the party needed some replacement members.
Which is what I lean toward, especially since we lack specifics on anything else going on with it. We have a second hand feeling it was a dick move but nothing concrete. And its less of an issue to me that a deal was broken if it resulted from trying to finish the mission. If my party's paladin ask that Infernal healing not be used on him and I agree but come end of a battle he is down and that's the only chance of saving him , by Moradin I'm saving him.