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One thing to realize stylistically in Nine Princes in Amber is that Corwin is effectively immortal, barring violent death. So he's doing things that he's done time and time before through the centuries. They're routine, in a way. If you wrote about your life, you might describe the first trip to the grocery store in detail, but not all of them after that. I think some of the brevity effectively underscores the difference between how he sees events and how we would. It also gives us a taste of the ennui of immortality.
Freehold DM wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I have no idea what this sentence means. Are you sober yet?
Also, GameMastery Guide, Ultimate Magic, and Ultimate Equipment are not allowed sources, correct?
Well, I don't have these in HeroLab, since what I bought was about my limit (or a bit beyond). You can add items/spells in manually if you like. I just couldn't drop any more on this game, sorry.
Yeah, I got sick of getting beaten on by hail and tornadoes in the Midwest. They're talking about a record number of tornadoes in Colorado this year. Maybe 20! Hahahahaha! In St. Louis, we called that a bad day.
And hail... I don't think folks who haven't seen it realize how awful it is. I ran outside in a moderate hailstorm to grab my poor cat, and that stuff hurts!
Welcome to the discussion thread for the Hell's Rebels Campaign. Please look at the Campaign Info tab for background information and rules about character creation.
To begin character creation, click on "My Account" in the top line menu of the Paizo Forums. You will be prompted for a signin even if you are already signed in (to verify that you are you before account changes are allowed).
The third box in the left column is for Messageboard Aliases. To start a new character, click the "Create New Alias" switch at the bottom of the Messageboard Aliases box. All you need to create the alias is a character name. You can select a picture later, and you can change the name until you have made 10 posts under that name. You do not need a faction.
Once you have created the alias, it will be displayed on your alias tab, visible when you click on your name on the top menu (Hello, Name). When you click it from the alias list, you will be on the information panel for that alias. You can edit the alias with the button on the upper right and store all sorts of information there, from stats to gear to spellbooks - whatever you like. By convention, we put our stats first. Here is a good, brief example of a formatted stat block. Formatting features like italics and [/b]bold[/b] are described at the bottom of each text entry box, under "How to format your text." Click the Show button to display the list of tags allowed in the posting.
Right now, I am preparing the campaign and recruiting a few mentors for those who have not played Pathfinder before (or who have not played much). You can discuss questions/concerns here, or you can PM your mentor for specific advice/information.
Welcome! Feel free to talk about character creation outside this forum, on Vent or other personal chats. A lot of the base classes and races should look familiar to you, though their roles may differ from what you expect based on how the character is tailored. A fighter can be a tank, but so can a cleric, who also heals, etc. We'll stick with core classes and races to make it simple.
1. Download and read the Hell's Rebels Player's Guide. The link is under Player Resources on the Campaign Info tab.
2. Think of a name and create an alias with that name.
3. Post here and introduce yourself!
Don't worry too much about a lot of the stuff in the Campaign Info tab. We'll take time to get the characters built and the party equipped, and we'll go slow enough that you'll get the hang of things.
I used to sleep under my desk on a fairly regular basis when I was living to work. Fool.
I've fallen asleep in the computer room, sitting with my feet in a hole on the raised floor and leaning against the humming drives. Very cozy.
Rumble strips saved my life several times before I got CPAP. I fell asleep all the time then - sitting at the table eating, sitting at the keyboard, watching TV, reading, driving, working, on the exam table at the doctor's office, in the dentist's chair while he was drilling my teeth. The only place I didn't sleep was in bed at night.
I used to run a table for friends, including my roommate. We've all moved to different places now, and she misses playing a real RPG. She has resorted to playing WoW.
She polled her WoW buddies and has about a half-dozen people interested in playing a Hell's Rebels game together. I can probably run it pretty easily, considering this group will be way ahead, but it might be a little tough with 6 noobs. They have varying degrees of experience with tabletop gaming but little to none with Pathfinder.
I was wondering if any of you would be interested in mentoring one new person through the first book of Hell's Rebels - helping with character creation, teaching them the ins and outs of playing their class, helping them level up from 1 to, say, 3? I thought if they could each have a mentor who would help them via PM, we'd keep the discussion thread relatively clean and they wouldn't be so afraid to ask what they might consider stupid questions. It's especially useful if you speak WoW, but not necessary.
I am going to make it core-only to keep the amount of material available to a minimum, so we won't get half-dragon summoners or anything.
If this is something you'd be able and willing to do, PM me please. And if you don't feel like it, don't worry! My roomie speaks both Pathfinder and Wow and can translate for me.
8-14 inches of snow expected here on the mile-high lowlands, woo!
For some reason, I'm dying for eggs today. Avoiding them is generally no problem, but I'd love nothing more than a plate of fried eggs with buttered toast this morning. OM NOM NOM. Maybe I'm not really allergic.
My brain is trying to kill me.
I'm one with the cosmos, man.