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Cayden Cailean

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Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Modules Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa. 29,335 posts (38,338 including aliases). 13 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 22 Pathfinder Society characters. 41 aliases.


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Grand Lodge

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Judging by the episode I have watched this past half hour, it's the adventures of a family suffering from mass lobotomies.

Grand Lodge

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The GM has the responsibility to know his players, know what they like in a game, and how far out of their comfort zone he can push them.

Grand Lodge

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I believe that is why the OP mentioned doing it as part of tying the character up.

Shadow Lodge

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Wizards!!!! wrote:
I was wondering what you guys think is the hardest monster/BBEG to defeat in pathfinder

The GM.

Grand Lodge

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I'm incredibly happy to have married someone who has been GMing longer than I have been playing.

Grand Lodge

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I'm reading this thread and seeing the Druid as the little boy being chased by his mother with a coat as she tells him he'll catch his death of cold.

Then I'm imagining an entire asylum of Druids in armored coats, screaming that their jackets suppress their magic powers.

Grand Lodge

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Confession: I have no idea what the stack is.

Grand Lodge

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Time for an emergency session!

Grand Lodge

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The Airbender movie was also a travesty.

Grand Lodge

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Kryzbyn wrote:
Is trigger warning harkening back to the day with the epilepsy warning on video games?

Or the movie rating system.

Shadow Lodge

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Lou Diamond wrote:

Now everyone can be happily married to a partner of their choosing.

Enjoy it and celebrate it with your friends and family.

I hope we can.

Grand Lodge

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Oh yeah, I totally ignore the PCs immunities.

It usually doesn't matter after the first attack is foiled, as my bad guys don't tend to last long enough for a second.

Grand Lodge

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Rynjin wrote:
I would say so, yes. A real psychological issue that can have detrimental effects on someone's life is much more important than someone's hurt feelings.

I would like to know how you separate real psychological issues from fake ones.

Grand Lodge

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I kind of understand trigger warnings, considering the reactions I and my fellow soldiers have to certain stimuli. Sometimes it hilarious when an entire company drops to the ground when the cannon announces the flag detail, sometimes it's really traumatizing to find yourself in your protective mask because someone honked their car horn outside.

Grand Lodge

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As I said on the book of faces, I look forward to where we are in five years. I feel we should see who was right at that point, and I know I have my own opinion on that answer.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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FLite wrote:

He is using Modules and APs, since those often take more than 4 hours, and since many venues only have time for 4 hours, not universally viable.

You're quite able to run an AP/module over multiple sessions at the game store.

Shadow Lodge *****

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Drogon wrote:
Must....resist...

Think about baseball.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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I track my scenarios here and have a hardcopy sheet I can use to travel with here.

FLite wrote:
You just can't play PFS every week for 3 years and not start to run out of scenarios.

Pirate Rob actually proved otherwise.

Grand Lodge

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I'm pretty sure that churches that do not want to officiate over such marriages will not be asked to. You don't ask a random stranger to marry you. My wife and I were married by one of the sergeants of my platoon.

Grand Lodge

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Yep, Plastic Memories stabbed me right in the feels.

Shadow Lodge

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All topics are now marriage equality topics!

Grand Lodge

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Giant in the Playground celebrates.

Shadow Lodge *****

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Agh, I waffle back and forth on that one. Sometimes it is nice to play with someone who can handle everything for you, sometimes it sucks the fun out of the table. Really, I think it is just the attitude of the player that makes or breaks it. When they are laughing with you, the table is fine. When they are laughing at you, it bites.

Shadow Lodge *****

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It occurs to me that the next time someone says I can't Take 10 on a check because the check is causing immediate danger, my answer will be "Okay. I wait a round. Am I still in danger? Then I guess it wasn't very immediate, was it?"

Grand Lodge

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Kthulhu wrote:
Kirth's houserules are slightly more than "a page".

If he thought Pathfinder was a solid set of rules, he wouldn't need more than a page.

Grand Lodge

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Seems to not have gotten pushed to the VLs again.

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The HELL does that have to do with monk game design?


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The sky is falling!

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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I always roll each individual initiative, especially when online on Roll20, as the tracker makes it much easier to do so. I don't really see this to be a problem, or rather not the root of the problem. The real problem is the conflict between the player and the GM.

Shadow Lodge

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What a dull conversation.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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Only if the special is a 4-star exclusive, like Serpent's Rise will be. Otherwise, you are free to run it whenever you can schedule it. (The most recent multi-table specials and things like Bonekeep are usually convention exclusive at first.) Volunteering at conventions is the easiest way to get those specials under your belt.

Grand Lodge

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Well, where else is he going to get the money from?

Shadow Lodge

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Anyways, in response to the OP: Yes. Is people could maybe yes be extinction go underway.

is it can be hugs tiem naow?

Grand Lodge

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CryntheCrow wrote:
Encumbrance: Is this really how it works?

Yes. System working as intended.

Grand Lodge

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This will get me shunned.

I don't like pork products.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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I don't see how you can say running a game with every option from Normal campaign is no more complex that running a game with just the Core Rulebook. But I have said my piece and you obviously aren't convinced by it.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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It's complex enough that I don't even question players when they bring new rules to the table. I just expect them to be right, and roll with it.

And when they DON'T know how the rules work, I have to examine and rule on them. That is far more complex than ruling on Core material that everyone has been playing with from the start. As opposed to figuring out how the Arcanist works at table.

Shadow Lodge

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Calex wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
I too find mayo pointless. It's like sandwich glue, and adds nothing else.
I really enjoy my sandwich glue!

You are a sad, strange little man, and you have my pity.

Grand Lodge

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I much prefer to GM rather than play. As I like to say, it is hard to go from Phenomenal Cosmic Power to itty bitty player space. Still, I absolutely understand the value of being on the other side of the screen to get alternate takes on GM styles and to remind myself what the players view is.

Shadow Lodge

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kinevon wrote:
What more do you need to know?

Round by round description.

Shadow Lodge *****

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When did performing a Coup de Grace become an "Evil Act" in PFS?

Never.

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What tier does Mythic go over the top?

1st.

Grand Lodge

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Those people are silly.

Shadow Lodge

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Jaelithe wrote:
TOZ wrote:
What you say has little to do with how people perceive your words.

That's once again been made abundantly clear.

You'd think I'd learn.

Apparently not.

Grand Lodge

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Sounds like a good way to waste time getting to the actual campaign.

I prefer to start at 2nd or 3rd level.

Grand Lodge

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AND with mustard.

Grand Lodge

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Ketchup on hot dogs isn't a thing? Guess I'm doing it wrong.

Shadow Lodge

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If you're taking these boards as a representative sample, you're doing it wrong.

Grand Lodge

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I like how people are arguing with 3 year old posts here. Seems pointless and amusing.

Shadow Lodge

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What you say has little to do with how people perceive your words.

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