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, a superhero with power of


Azothath wrote:
Dark Die High wrote:
The alignment system is one of those weird legacy issues. It's a hold over from earlier editions that is included in newer editions, not because it adds to the game, but simply because it's always been there....

that opinion is clearly incorrect.

Alignment is integral to the game as a descriptive element, as a natural cause for drama (it's EVIL! Kill IT!), as a tool for spell effects, and as a handle to keep divine characters in their role.
There are Good/Neutral/Evil/Chaotic/Neutrality/Lawful spells, domains, planes, even books & supplements devoted to the topic. Where would the infernal planes, demons, and devils be without Evil! What would Good characters have to fight?...
Alignment ties in the concepts of GNE/CNL to characters, monsters, and character design. It's really up to the GM how they implement and use it.

If you leave the tool in the toolbox it doesn't get much use.

I'd have Outsiders be representations of platonic ideals, personally.

Devils would be representative of Tyranny, Daemons of Nihilism, Demons of Destruction, Angels of Benevolence, etc.

Now, while mortals might think that Tyranny and Destruction are evil, the universe itself doesn't really care one way or the other.


What are your thoughts on the Insinuator archetype for the Antipaladin, Bodhizen? It's probably one of my favorite archetypes for the sheer flavor, but I'm not sure if losing access to Antipaladin spells is worth what it gives in return.


Orthodox Azathothian, which meant that he would


The human meat was from caged humans instead of free-range humans. How inhumane!

The Paladin decided to wear a chain shirt instead of full plate.


which will be called "Giblet World." He


continuing efforts to make the world's strangest


, and one ticked-off beetle.


mixed with essence


. The greatest reward was given to the


how much money they had (which was


I like the Arcanist better.

Yeah, getting spells 1 level later sucks, but its casting system feels a lot more intuitive in my opinion.


in the secret


Texans. The hostages were rescued when the


was not enough for 5F,


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Mudfoot wrote:

(stands up)

I'm Nyarlathotep!

I'm Spartacus!

I mean Nyarlathotep!


After being eaten and spit back out again, KenderKin can now only say the word "swallowed."


chaos into society. 5F wanted


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I'd say that you should start out by looking at the Slayer class from the Advanced Class Guide. It's got stealthiness, sneak attacks, and since it can get access to Ranger Combat Styles, it does the dual-wield thing fairly well.


(aka 5F), an organization that


stayed home. The


I did," Yoda


Fun Fact: The Cavern Sniper Fighter archetype gets around this particular limitation (at least for the Drow Darkness Spell-Like Ability).

So that's one nice thing a martial gets, I guess.


at the hands of Count von Count.


1.) Sally does what now?
2.) Now should I get rid of this forest?
3.) What was that? Who caused those ripples?

ASK OR BE DESTROYED!!!

1.) Well... I guess...
2.) 52. 53 on a good day.
3.) Well, first you need to apply glue to the afflicted area.


Then I am allowed to post eight words.


with Wreckomancy (magick most vile).


stopped being a


Rex's Weevil Council was sent


Sir Francis Urquhart broke his paladin vows pretty quickly.

The Paladin saved his money for retirement.


, who was trying


of peanuts, walnuts,


Rex the Bark Lord, doggie


I didn't even know we had a well.


, a museum dedicated


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Rysky wrote:
Ventnor wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
A magic armor that lets you roll into a ball and move on the ground and even the walls and ceilings like Metroid would be awesome.
How's that horror-themed?
In the Metroid Prime games, you come across several enemy logs and journals that indicate they think of Samus as some kind of slasher villain.
Those were my favourite part of the game. That and the logs on experimental testing of morphball technology :3

I'm sure the space pirates come up with some kind of spine-repairing machine someday.


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Gorbacz wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
A magic armor that lets you roll into a ball and move on the ground and even the walls and ceilings like Metroid would be awesome.
How's that horror-themed?

In the Metroid Prime games, you come across several enemy logs and journals that indicate they think of Samus as some kind of slasher villain.


of bubbly boozehounds.


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The Paladin fell because he was gyrating his hips a little too much for his deity's comfort.

The Paladin gave a person who was being annoying to him the stink-eye.


316a.) They must also have won the Noble Physics Prize.

317.) Smalll mediums are not allowed to commit crimes.


In addition to failing to do that, The Paladin also failed in his mission to get the United States to remain in the EU.

The Paladin and The Bloodrager had a friendly spar to help each other improve.


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Well, something friendly that couldn't hurt anyone, of course. How about the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man? No way that could go wrong!

The next poster wants to change the subject.


West Jestershire (a community known


Something something the Medieval period is eternal


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However, the Paladin fell for paying the stable boy with Monopoly money.

The Paladin raised a thread from the dead.


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Ross Byers wrote:
It's also possible that MitD isn't so much deliberately trying to derail Team Evil so much as he's stupid, childish, and impulsive. He could have just decided that painting 'X's on doors was fun, so he did it a couple more times when Xykon et al were not looking.

I don't think so. This feels like a progression of the character development that started when O-Chul Mr. Stiffly urged Monster-san to think for himself.


Fannoodle: A gnomeish euphemism for casual hookups.

Magnarmig


Really, all classes should be generic with specialization coming from Class Talents and/or Archetypes.


Captain Spalding wrote:

Shouldn't that be ankles?

It's amazing how they can stand on eachother's shoulders like that.


What about a Divine Class that worships a nature deity, like Erastil or Gozreh?

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