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Cayden Cailean

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Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 24,660 posts (32,113 including aliases). 10 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 12 Pathfinder Society characters. 35 aliases.


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Andoran ****

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This was a pretty fun scenario despite munchkined power creep characters dominating the encounters. The first fight is very much a 'oh crap' moment, but also one of the rare times that my rogue's Wall Climber talent comes in handy. :)

Andoran

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Auxmaulous wrote:
When do you start to hold people accountable?

Once you have determined the fault lies with them? That sounds like a good time.

Shadow Lodge

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scrmwrtr42 wrote:
I'm not familiar with YellowDingo...

That much was obvious by the fact that you think he needs defending.


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Scavion wrote:
TOZ wrote:
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What can a Wizard do that a Sorcerer can't?
Who the f!@* cares?
I love you and your posts. Even the ones that make fun of me.

I try to be an equal opportunity gadfly.

Shadow Lodge

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What can a Wizard do that a Sorcerer can't?

Who the f$+$ cares?

Andoran

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DrDeth wrote:
But that ignoring the images thing is a very useful benefit.

But that's not what he said, was it?

Andoran

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Balgin wrote:
It's also great for thinning out mirror images.

This keeps coming up like a whack-a-mole. Mirror images require you to roll an attack roll to have any effect on them. Magic Missile does not have an attack roll and ignores the images.

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HE LIVES!

Andoran

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Sissyl wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
You're raving again Sissyl. It isn't helping you convince anyone.
And neither is your comment.

I'm just reading the thread. I thought I might warn you how you're coming off.

Andoran

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Yay, got my PDF!

Boo, have to go to class!

Andoran

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You're raving again Sissyl. It isn't helping you convince anyone.

Andoran

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thaX wrote:
I would have the wizard prepare spells, but cast any prepared spell as a "known" spell like the current Sorcerer, keeping the spells per day to how many slots he has prepared. (including bonus slots from INT and and feated addition slots gained)

Is there a place left for the Sorcerer in this game, now that you have given the Wizard the one unique power the Sorcerer had over him?

Andoran

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RainyDayNinja wrote:
"Listen, I watched four episodes of 'Lassie' before I figured out why the little hairy kid never spoke. I mean, he rolled over, sure, he did that fine, but I don't think he deserved a series for that."

"We'll always have Paris."

"Paris? PARIS? BYE, BYE."

Andoran

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Useless? No.

Situational? Yes.

Andoran

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Nathanael Love wrote:
Assuming you have an Obamacare option that gives you the exact wealth by level you are supposed to have each time you gain a level?

What?

Seriously, what?

Andoran

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Dislike of prepared casting has nothing to do with logic Cyrad. It's emotional, and you can't reason with emotions.

That being said, it's perfectly fine to not like it. Tastes and preferences don't need reasons.

Andoran

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Edit: Well, that certainly says all that needs to be said now.

Andoran

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TheSideKick wrote:
Taenia wrote:
So the Druid 20 waits til you use your scroll and earthglides away and comes back the next day?
so you admit you lost the combat because you got scared and earth glided away?

You didn't defeat him, you're missing gold, and now you have no scroll. You call this a win?

Andoran

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TheSideKick wrote:
this is an assumed conflict with both parties aware of the combat.

Then we have differing standards of comparison. We believe you should compare characters "in production", which means not skewing them towards the challenge but rather 'as they would be played'. You seem to have a different idea.

Andoran

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TheSideKick wrote:
i dont see why this is a negative...

Like I said, nothing I say will enlighten you.

Andoran

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If you don't see the difference, nothing I say will enlighten you.

Andoran ****

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Avatar-1 wrote:
Surely the reporting system could easily restrict credit if you've played it within the year.

The reporting system isn't the valid record. The chronicle is, which is awarded long before the reporting system could even warn the GM of the invalid playthrough.

Andoran

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Lincoln Hills wrote:
You're a geologist, Kirth? Do you share my inability to look at a dormant volcano without wincing? Because - seriously - one course in vulcanology and I can't stop hearing a... ticking...

Dude, an adventure with a dormant volcano that doesn't have a major eruption is a horrible waste of time.

Andoran ****

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Prethen wrote:
Why the artificial PFS limit?

Because you're not meant to relive the same stories over and over as a player. So they de-incentivize it by not allowing credit for multiple runs. You can still play it for fun, but you don't get any benefit from it.

Edit: If you need more arguments, read this post and this thread. Here as well.

Andoran

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"This weapon is enchanted to the First Tier of arcana. I myself have mastered the Third Tier."

Andoran

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There are no mechanics for picking noses or wiping asses.

Andoran

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kyrt-ryder wrote:
Technically wouldn't deflect arrows work against Manyshot, negating both arrows?

Yes.

Andoran ****

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Actually role-play the NPCs...

Andoran

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Clearly the PBers didn't earn their 18 by rolling and risking that 8.

Andoran

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No, they're really both s+&+.

Andoran

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master_marshmallow wrote:
It really doesn't set a level playing field at all.

Sure it does. At first.

Then they pick different classes and any sort of balance is thrown out the window.

Andoran

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For when it's time to go out like a boss.

Andoran

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DM Under The Bridge wrote:
If there isn't a challenge, what is the point?

To have fun.

Of course, not having a 20% chance of failure every battle does NOT mean there isn't a challenge, but nice try.

If you can't have fun without a 1 in 5 chance of failing, you should let your group know in case your playstyles don't match.


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DM Under The Bridge wrote:
You play how you want to play, but its just a character, why shouldn't the hero risk death

For what?

To clear a single dungeon room? No thanks, I choose life.

To save the kingdom from the lich's doomsday artifact? Hell yeah!

The reward should validate the risk accepted. To do otherwise is the height of foolishness.

"There is no cause to fly into a thunderstorm in peace time."

Andoran

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Who needs one? I'm not trying to convince you of anything.

Andoran

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Chromnos wrote:
Cha 12 +1, 1 rank, 3 class skill, 3 half elf skill focus, 1 curious trait, 2 feat = 11

Take Pragmatic Activator to use your Int mod instead and allow you to increase Int rather than boost Cha.

Shadow Lodge

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born_of_fire wrote:
So clarify your argument or go away already.

I wasn't making an argument, I was answering a question. And I'll go away when you stop replying.

Andoran

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I find a lot of sci-fi make the point about not using weapons that can breach the hull. Blasters are usually portrayed as not strong enough to blow holes in solid walls.

Andoran

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born_of_fire wrote:
Repeating your argument back to you is a straw man argument?

When you repeat the wrong argument, yes it is.

Andoran

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Which is not a majority of players to be honest.

Shadow Lodge ****

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Nefreet wrote:
Obviously we think differently, so what would you call that?

"You holding an erroneous opinion."

Andoran

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What hath science wrought!?

Andoran ****

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The ITS does not have to be signed by the GM.

Andoran

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I ran a module recently that had an NPC with Crane Wing. I was a little sad on seeing it, as I knew it wasn't going to be nearly as good as it could have been.

Andoran

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You know what, I spoke in haste. Consider my post retracted.

Andoran

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BigDTBone wrote:
While I agree in this case that haste is fine as published, this line of logic is dubious at best and in some cases a complete fallacy.

True, I suppose they could have missed it. Their blind spot towards spellcasters does seem rather large.

Andoran

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My Paladin doesn't care since he only attacks if there is no one else to do the job, and my Rogue already cries because he sucks and haste doesn't really help him do anything.

Shadow Lodge ****

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It is more paper, but not more work. If you want to call it paperwork, knock yourself out.

Andoran

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137ben wrote:
100k posts? Lame, the OOTS forum has (as of this writing) 758250 posts. OOTS is still more awesome.

You realize that FAWTL is on it's 6th thread, which is at 104,511 posts right now.

One-sixth of FAWTL is nearly one-seventh of their entire forum.

Shadow Lodge

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Seriously though, 20% chance of death and you don't want your hero to fight? 20% is not high.

Math is hard.

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