Yes they do tie together. I had the limited props yes but I decided to make it work for me. Another tie in is "The keeper's Words." The fellow from instinct with the long hair is the central focus in that one.
You pretty much got Love's Sword.
I'm not leaving tends to get an emotional response. Always be careful when showing your videos to groups of elder women.
Also, I posted the first Errata and FAQ video. There should be a link in the Gamer Talk section.
I am now reminded of R. Dorothy Wainwright from The Big O.
It was a 99 ways to tell a story project. We were given a set of lines and a few props and we had to include the props and only use those lines. The idea was she was hungry and he was taunting her by driving by all those restaurants. After the credits he went and ate but did get her anything. An amusing thing. After I turned it in my friend who played the smug guy was at work at a grocery store and this girl goes through his line and while doing this she takes out her sunglasses and asks him if she looks good in those shades. It turns out my professor used my video as an example for his highschool class.
As for the Adventure's over. I liked that one. I eventually wrote a script where the story progresses after that the world changes. I hope to make it in the some time in the not to distant future. I even have most of the original actors interested.
Mr. James Jacobs,
How do Aboleths reproduce? Also, how does that process vary to produce veiled masters?
I have this character who uses arcane magic (He's a warlock) and he has a strong aberrant bloodline (at this point he has 5 aberrant feats from Lords of Madness). The idea is that his magic acts as a catalyst for his aberrant blood (His lineage coming from the aboleths and veiled masters) causing it to manifest so dramatically and then later should he die a violent death his blood causes him to not die but painfully transmute into an aboleth or some variant.
Then the idea occurred to me "What if that is the way veiled masters are produced?"
Work in my old job did interfere and another part was my innate procrastination which I have been working to overcome with some success. If I could do this as my paying job I think I would like that but for now its a hobby. I enjoy entertaining people.
Technology has a weird relationship with me, the one thing that seems to work consistently is video editing software.
I did not notice that on the time markers. Weird thing that.
I just wish I still had the wet bar to have that being a recurring skit. The drink was grenadine, limeade, and either ginger ale or ice tea I can't remember. Is that the divine rank system from Deities and Demigods? Good to see i'm having a positive impact.
It was the BESM review.
I hope you enjoy the hobbit and and Dragon Age RPG.
Thank you and you as well :)
To Viscount K: Glad I could help. :) Also, I think the Lady behind piratesdarkwater.net mentioned a petition to get it finished.
To Tacticslion: Thank you. I'm glad its good and that I have improved... and that you like my sense of humor.
Yeah Ask Omenseer was an early attempt at something but I kind of lost traction on it. It was the first of the silly entertainment stuff that I did.
Yeah, I don't curse in real life and I thought I could turn that into something amusing for my videos. I just don't have that level of vitriol common to many reviewers and at first that made me a bit insecure because its the internet and hatred is the most common denominator. But yeah a review you can show to your kinds *Thumbs up*
I figured the D&D movie needed a gamer's look at it. Wait, Spoony did a review of it? I thought only NC and that other guy who's TGWTG name escapes me, but he goes by the amazing atheist, did a go over of the movie. I'm saving D&D: Curse of the Dragon God for a special occasion.
The Cortex review was my first RPG review. It suffered from two things. First, we went off a bullet point list rather than a more written out script (Yeah never doing that again). Secendly I hadn't really hammered out my own format yet. I was cribbing notes from someone else while trying to not look like I was cribbing notes.
Although if you're going through all of my archives you'll come across my community college video production videos. Those i'll be masochistically curious to get feedback on.
Anywho, i'm glad you like them and I hope you keep watching. My next video will be a new segment called Errata and FAQ. It's going to be a Q&A/story telling kind of thing. Less scripted but hopefully enjoyable and interesting. My next review is going to be a board game that i'm sure James Jacobs loves.
Man that was longer than I thought it was going to be.
You make a fair point about the Mana Wastes and the World Wound. Cimer... I Numeria is eh. Robert-E.-Howard-Land.
I realize his whole thing might come off poorly, but i'm just trying to find some bright spots.
This leads into my previous thought that maybe there is too much Cthulhu stuff running around.
I agree with your sentiments Mikaze. Finally someone who says it.
Although Desna is not a former Outer God/Great Old One.
May he have the spirit of the Centurion. That should he wait two thousand years each year shall be as dedicated and filled with love as the last.
Or something not Dr. Who ralated:
"And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love."
I wanted to post a Sailor Moon quote but I couldn't find one.
Let's see if I can recount this properly.
The party was sent through a portal that they couldn't go back through. The gate sent them to a small cavern where in lived a race that was a mixture of elf and goblin. Well the cavern was magically sealed so that no one could get out. This entrance to this cavern had been sealed long ago by elven magic and the souls of certain dead babies kept the seal going and it would only open when the ones who had caused their "pre birth" death were killed permanently.
The party arrives and end up getting on the leaders of this little community's bad side. They sneak around killing these goblin-elves as they have to. At one point they end up surprise fire bombing the heck out of the males in their chamber. Anyway they find out from the souls of the dead in the magical seal that the leaders were a bad sort who did some terrible things and were sealed in the cavern long ago with the idea that they would eventually die. However they enacted a ritual that would allow them to return by begetting themselves over and over again. Essentially if they died they would take over the body of any unborn child they had blood ties to and the closest one fathered was usually first.
So the party ended up killing the males. Luckily they managed to convince some of the leaders to die and let go, but the ring leader of this little cadre was elsewhere and wouldn't. They managed to find the ring leader and kill him the first time, that left the females and the babies. The females to defend their home and their children fell to the party's might. That left the babies. Eventually they were down to one baby which gave them an evil glare, so they took to the sealed exit and killed him there where they saw his soul get tortured and torn by the souls of all of their children they had killed through out the centuries.
After a couple rounds of "Dude!" from the players each of the party took time to pray and weep at a nearby shrine. Even the party wizard, cynical and dismissive of the gods on most days felt the need to go to the shrine and clean himself.
Just remember that Scottie wrote those manuals conservatively because he knew other engineers would push the limits.
Also, my take on neutral or good undead is that most undead are inherently evil, but extreme age can give them the time and weight of mind to break inherent tendencies and choose a different path... That or direct or indirect divine intervention.
Grand Magus wrote:
Because this is a hornets' nest that s/he seems to be poking and I want to know that i'm not going to get stung before I answer either way.
If I recall correctly you get notified when someone favorites something that you posted. So they end up knowing who favorited what.
The idea for a main bad guy who is a literal mother of monsters.
Either a witch or an Alchemist who a can breed monsters the "Normal" way but gets the best results and loyalties by dosing herself with with potions and mutagens and using herself as cauldron. She then uses the "children" to get what she wants.
Considering what's been going on in the internet of late. My question how likely is it someone or some of you would find the idea offensive?
I wasn't originally going to weigh in on this subject for a couple reasons:
-I'm just an NPC. I'm either back ground stock or quest giving so what do I know?
But this whole thread has made question the value and wisdom of having an Off Topic forum.
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I personally tend towards the idea that Erastil had a wife who died at some point in the past. Maybe by Rovagug?
While I would contest Calistria being worthy of worship (That's just me) destroying the memory would be short sighted. Memories of bad things and ill time should be remembered so those who come later will noy be unprepared when they raise they're head again.
A lot of angry or confused epic level people running about. Now without the fear of godly warfare to keep them from direct action.
Also, without the gods the natural and super natural order starts getting out of control. Starting small at first but getting continually larger and more dangerous.
Additionally, there would be a rash of assassinations as some folks think there gods aren't worthy anymore (Say Asmodeus).
Now that I think about it there would also be a mad rush to the star stone.