Yes, well, the less said about our pursuit of that particular Absalom myth, the better. I still haven't washed the sewer slime out my my second best cape.
Anyway, not to belabour a point, but the villainous little chit of a girl - or woman - or crone... well whatever she was, this has her fingerprints all over it. It's the orbital Azlanti platform, you know, 'Griffon's Nest'. With its mind control crystal. She's obviously tracked that down and is causing mischief with it.
Inquisitors? Excellent. They appreciate that knowledge is power, and that Knowledge (The Planes) means you know exactly where to put a silver glaive to make an arch-fiend squirm.
Mental/emotional health warning:For every 'Hollywood dream' style story such as comrade Daigle has recounted here, there will be dozens of wannabe writers who have had their delusions of writing adequacy thoroughly crushed by the cruel and uncaring environment that is the Paizo Messageboards, governed by the iron-fisted supreme Witch-Hunter lords, Jacobs and Frost. As the supreme Witch-Hunter lord Frost has been quoted as having said, 'CRY HARDER'.
Hmmph. I can see the start of a response quoting The Witch Hunter General, when I moused over the OTD 'most recent post' but the thread seems to be suffering from a bout of invisible-postitis and I can't see it in the thread.
Perhaps I can gather clues elsewhere, the Witch Hunter General says. My thanks for your time, and answers, Great Erl.
The Witch Hunter General arrives at the Grove of Ancients. He glances around at the ancient trees, and addresses them and the grove in general.
The Witch Hunter General carefully watches Ashaundra's technique, using the greater reach of his bastard sword to good effect in the open terrain of the demon-lord's throne room. He only exerts himself if she tries to spread her wings to get airborne, occasionally dimension-dooring again, or at other times clicking his boots together for just long enough for a sudden burst of speed to nip around Ashaundra's flanks and slash at her wings.
Jack Hammer wrote:
All this is well and good, but it seems that CL has taken on the powers of a Lord of the Board. Are there limits to that?
Yes and no.There are limits. The legends speak of a creature of terrifying puissiance known as the PostMonster General, who has power over even lords of the boards.
But for practical purposes, with regard to your present situation, possibly there are no limits.
If Candle Lighter has stolen the powers of a lord of the boards, then it might do well to try to assist that lord in regaining his powers from Candle Lighter.
The Dalesman wrote:
According to what the books say, only ones cast in his presence. The books may be wrong, however, or he may have developed the ability above and beyond what is suspected.
But basically what all of this he waves an arm at the scrolls and books boils down to is that dragons are creatures of magic; undead ones even more so, and frankly trying to take most on with spells is a waste of time.
See Spell Stowaway epic feat from SRD... I'm just trying to think of some additional powers here which Candle Lighter might have.
The Witch Hunter General concludes his plate of sandwiches, and pushes several silver florins across the bar as payment.
The normal dracolich, the sages are all agreed, are immune to spells which change their shapes against their will, to the elemental power of electricity, and to the chill of supernatural cold. Depending upon the bravery and fortitude of the observer, most have a chance to paralyse you, should you happen to meet their gaze, or if they claw or bite you.
The man in the garb of a military officer returns, looking slightly guilty. He has various scrolls and books tucked under one arm.
My thanks. I shouldn't be at all surprised to find a button-nosed tortoise around, I tell you.You may have seen my assistant coming and going at times... a small green fellow currently on the look-out for Runelords. My apologies for any undue fuss which he has caused, or if he has gotten under foot on any occasion. I tell him to be careful, but I am not sure how much attention he pays at times.
A strange man wanders in, dressed in the apparel of a Molthuni man of military rank, looking somewhat puzzled.
Excuse me. I am looking for the untitled thread. A while ago I was at a barbecue, at Mammy's house, and I nodded off, only to find that whilst I was enjoying my nap, the house and barbecue had moved elsewhere, not unlike the Land of Green Ginger I suspect.
The Jade wrote:
Ah-ha. A snarky remark about the 4E 'Red Dragon interview' cartoon!
Mammy; my assistant would like me to offer you our special 'covey' discount on burning three witches and/or warlocks at the stake in one go, with regard to the accused Kobold Cleaver, Mrs. Lichman, and Sebastian's Mother. The sole legal requirement, given that one of them has been seen trying to hex another, is for you, as hostess, to agree that they are all guilty, and we can proceed to the burning stage. If as hostess you prefer to avoid such a fine spectacle as a multiple witch/warlock burning some of them shoot green sparks out of their ears as the flames take hold (or the screaming of terrifying imprecations such as 'may you be plagued with the latest Windows update'), we can either carry it out discreetly on another thread, or leave them be.
WHG's Flunkie wrote:
Hmm. I'm not sure that we should be judging Mrs. Lichman by appearances, but it depends if Mammy wants them all to go or not.
Mrs. Lichman wrote:
Perhaps so, madam, but this is the untitled thread, so I require a little more than 'he said, she said, I said, she was or is a witch'. Mammy keeps a fine supply of kindling suitable for burning witches or warlocks around the back of her house, in case she ever needs a 'spit roast', but before I start piling up the faaaggots (apologies for the drawl, but necessary for the messageboards) I need to see proof of dealings with the dark arts. An attempt to hex another member of the messageboard community, for example...<eyes Kobold Cleaver speculatively, as if sizing him up for a stake>
Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Hmmm. If I understand correctly, Kobold Cleaver, you seem to be trying to hex the mother of one of the most merciless and black-hearted lawyers on the Paizo Messageboards?