Snow! We have about 3 inches so far with an all-day fall forecast. Maybe 8". Maybe 12". Who knows? Wheeeeeeeeeeeee! I'm tempted to go roll in the drifts with our snow-loving boy dog.
Thanks Freehold! You may have missed Texas, but those of us in snow-loving Colorado thank you. You should move out here. I see snow on the mountaintops most days, and you can drive up to the top of Mt. Evans anytime in the summer for your dose of really cold weather.
Come... join us...
Charisma would add to Leandro's smite damage, lay on hands, saving throws, bonus spells, spell DC, and skills. Yeah, the headband would be pretty nice for the paladin if it's not better used elsewhere.
Leandro's been using the silver longsword, which has come in very handy. He doesn't need the MW one here, or anything else beyond the headband.
I'm sorry for favoriting this post, but I laugh every time I scroll past it. I'm laughing with you, though. Really. We've all been there.
I put the loot and its gp value into the beginning of Leandro's profile under a "Pending Loot Division" spoiler, so we won't lose track of it.
Getting ready to cook up the pies! We'll stick with pumpkin and apple today. I'm also making the sweet potatoes and some stuffing (traditional, in case the experimental chestnut dressing doesn't work out), then we're off to a friend's house for the rest of the meal. OM NOM....
It's not unusual for books to pile up in an author's keeping until s/he finds a publisher. I think Jim Butcher had 3 Dresden Files books done before he managed to get one published, so the next two came out very quickly. Now we have to wait. :(
I have a friend who writes erotica and will defend to the death the combination of love and sex as the major motivating force in life, making erotica a perfectly legitimate form of fiction. I can't entirely disagree, but I don't always want the details, moi.
I think if our PCs had heard of a group that deposed Pilts and created a cure for the illness, they would likely seek them out. Seventh level characters shouldn't be timid and the group seems to have its heart in the right place. Even Blackjack is aiding them! Nicola would worry about what happens with the power vacuum in Pilts' absence, as well as getting the cure and spreading it.
I think Nicola would advocate finding the group and meeting them, even out of the blue (go, Team Chaos!).
Your thoughts, DSX?
Amby, Lynora.... yeah, I was thinking that meself. Love the pbp tab setup.
The events of 50 years ago today are the first memory I can attach a date to. As my parents sat on the couch with their arms around one another, weeping, watching the news, the world opened up.
Things on TV were real.
There were many, many cities like Chicago, filled with all sorts of people - real people - a lot of whom didn't even speak our language.
Some of those people, even though we didn't know them, have a real affect on us.
The world was a much bigger place than I ever expected, and it was a terrible, terrible one.
My character is a Cayden worshiper, which is why they had to leave Cheliax. The old one was Desna, but she's not illegal in Cheliax... I think.
If she were stuck on the island, she'd be doing her best to keep people alive through Bloodveil. IIRC, restoration helped. If there are wealthy folks on the island, they might have been willing to pay for restorations to stay alive and have a chance to fight it off. She might very well contact people who made a cure to see if she can help make or distribute it.
I typically go human and CRB classes. L6, correct? Any two traits? There doesn't seem to be much point in getting one of the campaign traits to hook in to the start when you're well past that point.
Hi! I can certainly build a cleric (or another class if you need one) and am a daily poster. We played through the end of book 2 at the table, but I haven't gone beyond that. Here's my campaign page if you want to see other characters and posts.
Let me know if you'll have me or if you want to see a character.
Mahorf: Check out the Khu, in its malign ghost form. Perhaps that's what happens when a person is deprived of a piece of their being: they become a hungry ghost type of creature, always seeking that lost part and tearing it from others if necessary.
If you can, go out after it snows and when traffic is light, find a mostly open parking lot (with no cement space markers), and spend a few minutes in practice accelerating, braking, and turning in the snow. Try to get to the point you slide so you can learn to control it at low speeds.
I've driven in snow all my life, but I'll still do this with a new car, new tires, etc, to get a feel for how the vehicle handles and how far I can push it. I didn't do that with one vehicle and ended up spinning off the road into a ditch. It's worth the time.