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33 posts. Alias of David Schwartz (Contributor).


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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
What would be a good substitute for turkeys on Golarion if I want my PC to say to someone "you look like a turkey" but there aren't turkeys on Golarion for that frame of reference to work?

Try guineafowl, the pre-Columbian turkey.


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Chris Lambertz wrote:
Gary british potato enthusiast specializing in unarmed potato attacks: chip monk

On the continent, it's called a French Friar.


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Let's ask the man himself.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Hope she doesn't sweat too much while adventuring! She'd lose her stuff! :(

Elves don't sweat, they glow!

Spoiler:
But let me tell you, after a long day's adventuring, she's glowing like a pig.


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Who needs some piddly old one in your ocean when you've got the freakin' god of destroying everything in your planetary core?


EldonG wrote:
(roleplaying Cthulhu's Jewish mother...)

"His brother's a doctor."


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You are number 6.


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zylphryx wrote:

A better question is who is spending $495 on a report on The 2009-2014 Outlook for Wood Toilet Seats in Greater China PDF?????

The Birch John Society.


ulgulanoth wrote:
while I won't argue that that is the case, I will argue that people with boobs tend to be female and thus tend not to be called Jason...

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000492/


Justin Franklin wrote:
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Alzrius wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
As long as the book has artifacts that serve good, chaos, and law and not just evil I will be happy.
Yes, but what sort of artifact could drive a man to be...neutral?
Not sure, but it is probably Swiss. ;)
Hey there is nothing wrong with the Swiss, they make awesome cheese, knives, and watches.
So the artifact is either cheese, a knife, a watch, or chocolate.

Spoiler:
"Like the fella says, in Italy for 30 years under the Borgias they had warfare, terror, murder, and bloodshed, but they produced Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, and the Renaissance. In Switzerland they had brotherly love - they had 500 years of democracy and peace, and what did that produce? The cuckoo clock."

motteditor wrote:
Simple question: What's the adjectival form of Alkenstar, as in an Alkenstar weapon? Alken, Alkenstarri, Alkenstar?

Alkenstellar?


Ryan. Costello wrote:
If you look at WizKids' Squirrel Girl Heroclix her "familiar" Monkey Joe can share her base and be moved independently. Of course he's running around with a tree trunk where ever he goes, but it is an example of how familiars can be done.

Cool, now I know where to look if I need a wolf-in-sheep's-clothing mini.


James Jacobs wrote:
A feat that, for example, grants you +1d6 sneak attack damage, would I hope be something we never publish.

Precise Strike?


Your answer is here.


That certainly gives new meaning to the phrase "malignant tumor".


Drakli wrote:
Out of curiosity, is there any kind of a story behind why he's called Third? Is he Allig the Third, or is Third his family name, or some kind of title or moniker?

Maybe he's related to Ingrid?


Jeremy Mcgillan wrote:
Where is Arodens grave?

Grant's Tomb.


Cliff Claven wrote:
Due to the shape of the North American elk's esophagus, even if it could speak, it could not pronounce the word 'lasagna'.


Mmm, beer.


Mmm...gelt


Urizen wrote:
No harm, no fowl. :P

You got something against feathers?


Wolf Munroe wrote:
Daffy Duck is a drow?

You're despicable.


Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
Drow? Pshah! No such thing.

That's just an elf you've painted black. You could have at least done something creative like sew a duckbill on it.


Molech wrote:
If we're just open to throwing out ideas (I like formians, btw), why do the LN paragons have to be mechanical-like, automaton-like C3POs?!

Seoni is LN; why can't the paragons of Law look more like her? ;-)


Daigle wrote:
I appreciate the travel information, but as the Red Raven, do you think it is safe divulging your location to would-be bounty hunters and adventurers?

Never fear, the Red Raven is a master of disguise! He could be the garrulous spice merchant, or the veiled dancer, or the dirty and downtrodden porter. He's probably not that mamluk who looks like a giant ant, though.


Whenever I'm in Katapesh, I stay at The Sand Dragon Inn! Overlooking the Golden Oasis; Short walk to the Grand Coliseum; Convient on-site camel parking!


Cpt_kirstov wrote:
what would a gremlin songs be? Anyone?

Gremlin Song


When I retire from adventuring, I plan to use my accumulated wealth to build an elaborate mausoleum filled with death traps and wandering monsters in which my corpse will be sealed along with the remainder of my wealth (after paying the contractors). Pay it forward, adventurers.


Alan Smithee


I want a shoehorn, the kind with teeth.


Charles Evans 25 wrote:
Did James Jacobs really describe world building as a 'fanatically organic' process or is this a Typo/spellchecker error?

Good catch. It should read, "fanatically orgasmic".


I assumed you saw it reprinted in Alpha 3. :-)


In case your curious, that picture is from W3: Flight of the Red Raven and represents one way the first encounter might go.


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