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Oh, well in that case it doesn't count. I hereby declare your subjective experience to be objectively invalid. This is apparently a power that I possess.
Wait, he was talking about roleplay? I was just skimming it and thought he was just talking about mechanics. I guess you don't consider redeeming the big fiend that's been using the party to beat a bigger fiend and helping a former slave get over her PTSD don't count as interesting to old folks.
But did you do it while wearing a horned helmet at the table?
Nope. Deliberately instigating a war among peaceful nations is still evil. The problem isn't peasants slipping on soap during wartime or whatever. That's actually kind of a non-sequitur. The problem is all the other people who are being deliberately killed to death with weapons by opposing armies because this band of mercenaries weren't satisfied being hired as bodyguards, or traveling to regions where a war was already underway, or just traveling to Hell to fight in the Blood War.
Nope, gotta turn two ally nations against each other! And doing so is probably going to involve a whole bunch of evil acts anyway, since allied countries don't tend to break alliances without reason.
1.) Finally, the hold music is off. Hello? Is this the utility company? I want to complain!
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1.) Huh. How about that.
What kind of Vigilante? It's a very versatile class, after all.
clff rice wrote:
Catfolk Psychic would be the answer for me.
Scratch that (ha!), fleshwarped Catfolk Psychic. We gotta throw that genetic engineering in there somewhere!
Next up... Cu Chulainn from Irish Mythology.
That would certainly be amusing as long as I can use it, since certain classes that can get familiars might not have a caster level and therefor would not qualify for it.
If the Pact Wizard loses all of its bonus feats, then I don't think it will stack with Exploiter, since both archetypes modify wizard bonus feats.
Of course, the people who usually espoused the Dulce et Decorum Est viewpoint were those who didn't actually have to do any fighting. And it wasn't a universally-accepted viewpoint either.
General Sherman said "War is Hell" decades before WWI.
Sounds like they're role playing low charisma just fine to me. :P
They could indeed select an inquisition if they wanted to, though as has been said, no domain spells makes it usually a worse option that domains.
Wade Erban wrote:
Starting a war for s**ts and giggles is a pretty evil act, imo. Especially if none of the countries involved actually had any good reasons to war with each other in the first place.
That, of course, would leave you dead. You're not a fantasy hero in this situation. You can't bend steel with your bare hands. And of course, even if you were, bringing the train to a sudden stop would likely result in a lot of harm to the people inside of the train as they're thrown violently forward from the momentum.
You're right that there are usually more than two choices in most situations. But sometimes, all of the choices are bad.
In at least one version the train scenario that I've heard, the person has their foot stuck on the tracks. They know the train is coming. They can hear you (well, they probably can't since oncoming trains can be pretty loud). They just can't do anything about it. Also, the engineer in the train does see the stuck person. They have thrown the brakes. The train is traveling so fast that it will not stop in time before it hits the person stuck on the tracks. It does take a train moving at full speed some time and distance to slow down, after all.
You're on a bridge overlooking this scene. Everyone involved is doing their best to avert this disaster, but it's going to happen in a matter of seconds. You can choose what will happen, since the lever to divert the train into certain doom is right next to you.
What do you do?
jeremiah dodson 812 wrote:
Goblins have a 30 ft. move speed.
It's that caveat that's the sticking point for me. I find most often that people who believe they are, for lack of a better term, correct are the people most likely to have weird views on what good and evil are.
The sticking point for me is when people are so sure that their moral compass is accurate that they never think to question it.