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224 posts. Alias of SecSeibzehn.


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Male Human Oracle 2

I'm here again too! I finally found the online campaigns tab and noticed a lot of posts here, of all places... Glad everyone is still around. I think we might have liked this game :P


Male Human Oracle 2

I'm with everyone else on this boat-- send me a PM when it's time and I'll find my way back.

Thanks for GMing the game for us this long. It's been fun!


Male Human Oracle 2

No spells, no special abilities, no way no how. I've got an attack at -3 for 1d8 or +1 for 1d6 all day though, so you know, watch out for my mighty attacks. I could probably also menace something with ghost sound. Totally spent.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter tried to discern the properties of the magic wand in Rose's hand, curious himself. He called up one of the few cantrips he'd managed to master during his time at the Quatrefax Archives and set to work.

Spellcraft - 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (7) + 6 = 13

He took a moment as everyone looked around the room and then boldly announced: "S-so, I know it sounds a bit... well, actually, it sounds completely normal considering Lem was just possessed so um I think I just saw Mrs. Hawkran in a spectral vision and she pointed out the door and said something about there being "three left" pretty weird right? I mean for a second I was in the room with her, and then, back here, so it was kind of jarring, but, I figured you guys would like to know."

He laughed nervously, once, to the silence of the room.

He added "She was one of the voices in my head," which was probably the worst thing to say. Walter backtracked: "No, I mean, she was a voice that was... she was talking to me I think," he clarified with an embarrassed wave of his hands. "In my head. Which isn't much different than... the other... voices."

Walter looked defeated.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter breathed a sigh of relief and sat down, his back to the door frame. "I'm glad you're okay," he said, and then glanced at the group and said, "I'm glad we're all okay."

He tried to gesture to the door in the other room, but found Rajuna already trying to kick it in. The point was moot. Maybe he heard the same voice. Walter sat, fingers numb from cold, trying to catch his breath.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter saw the haunt siphon glow green and then almost celebrated if not for the fact that Lem was still limp on the floor somewhere.

Walter hurried towards him. He wasn't sure if he could help any more, and so he just stood there, wide-eyed and listening.


Male Human Oracle 2

With that, Walter has gone from supernatural oracle of haunted fire murder to commoner with mental problems. Completely spent.

It's better to burn out than fade away!


Male Human Oracle 2

Wish it worked that way in regards to holding the charge, but it's how things go. At 5th I'll just have a flaming sword permanently, but until then I've got to live with it.

If I can reach Rajuna from right in front of him and through the bars, then it's happening!

Walter quickly moved to the bars, his hand igniting again as he pawed through it, trying to harm the dangerous spirit. He had to save Raj. Walter wasn't sure what that meant. He just felt it. He could feel it just like he could feel that the last reserves of his fire had been spent. His chest heaved, hot breath scorching his frozen throat. He felt like he'd been burnt down to just the embers. Walter wondered if he was going to survive this. He couldn't imagine running away.

Full round charge and attack with touch of flame - 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (20) + 3 = 23
I don't think I can confirm, but if I do - 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (17) + 3 = 20
Damage... 1d6 ⇒ 6
... and if I crit: +1d6 ⇒ 1


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter turned, and a spiral of flame jetted forth out of the space above his palm. It swerved angrily through the air, like an uncoiling spring. "Did I get it?" he called back.

So, Walter'll attack that square-- getting 5 to hit-- and dealing 3 damage, if it hits, as indicated.


Male Human Oracle 2
Quote:
It'll take me some time to pinpoint their sources, but the 'cold spot' can be affected by both positive energy and fire! A heated metal object could seal away the cold!

Fortitude - 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (16) + 1 = 17

Walter quickly stood up, his hands open at either of his sides. He looked to Theron for guidance. The voices were dim, silent under the pounding of his heart in his ears. "Th-Theron, best guess!" he called out, his hand beginning to shimmer with a mirage-like heat haze.

Readying an action to use touch of flame when Theron points out where his 'best guess' is.
To hit - 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (4) + 1 = 5
Damage - 1d6 ⇒ 3

Status:


HP: 4 / 13
AC: 16 T: 14 FF: 14
CMD: 13 FF: 11
Fort: +1 , Reflex: +2 , Will: +4
Effects: 1 strength damage


Male Human Oracle 2

Fortitude - 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (6) + 1 = 7

Walter felt his hands begin to shake. It wasn't fear-- it was just a heightened sense of things. He wheeled around, looking for the source of the voice. For the first time in a while, Walter knelt to pray.

Lem, you're getting guidance. God speed on those saves, sir.

Status:

HP: 6 / 13
AC: 16 T: 14 FF: 14
CMD: 13 FF: 11
Fort: +1 , Reflex: +2 , Will: +4
Effects: 1 strength damage

I realized that I made a dumb error-- I had already used my last spell but forgot to mark it down. I'm going to retroactively reduce my hp by one and mark off my potion. Or I can do that for Lem, or just remove protection from evil entirely and replace it with guidance.-- it's up to you, Cyn.


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Walter charged across the room, sliding on his knees and overbalancing-- he let the sword slide to the wayside as he came to rest beside Lem. He took stock of the situation-- ghostly chains, a lifeless Lem, a horrible chill. He let his thinking brain do the work for a moment, seeing if there was anything he could recall, but when his mind came back blank he knew what to do. Walter rose his hands up, making the sign of Desna before bringing them down onto Lem's back. He drew the spiral of Pharasma with one hand, keeping the other firmly pressed into the halfling's body. It was difficult with Dragomir shaking him, so he did his best to shoulder over, trying to gain space in a panicked quickness.

"Whatever darkness takes this man, release him! Whatever dark hounds bite at his feet, heel! Into the light, I command you!" he said, letting a voice in his head guide his prayer-- it came out in strongly accented Varisian as a result. "Not now-- not this year, not yet," he whispered, in Taldane now, to himself as he made the gesture again. He repeated the spiral, putting his will into it.

A voice left. Walter could hear it make the transition. Lem likely had just gained a little stranger in the head-- and it would probably talk to him.

Lem's under the effects of my last spell-- protection from evil.


Male Human Oracle 2

Thanks for dragging me out of the fire!

Walter, wrapped up in his conundrum, looks expertly surprised.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter shuddered. He picked up the mandible of one of the shattered skulls by his fingertips and inspected it for a moment before casting it away. Abominations.

He dutifully lined up behind the others, clutching his quarterstaff, ready to... do something, hopefully.

Everybody loves the Ice Titan method. Also, that plan of action sounds great Raj.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter drew his staff as he moved up to the creature, attempting to crush it with the leather-wrapped end of it.

Move to AJ25 while drawing quarterstaff-- attack.
Attack - 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (15) + 1 = 16
Damage - 1d6 ⇒ 3


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter took Lem's lead and drew the mighty magic stone. He hefted it in his hand for a second before wheeling back and pitching it at the skull he decided was the most ugly.

Move to AH22, drawing magic stone along the way; Attacking #6 since it's not in melee.
Attack - 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (11) + 3 = 14
Damage - 2d6 + 2 ⇒ (1, 1) + 2 = 4

The stone bounced off the creature's forehead. Walter frowned.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter follows along quietly, a look of malaise on his face and a hand across his forehead.


Male Human Oracle 2

I agree with the doors west of the infirmary. I'm going to drop my last spell on Lem and then that's all for me, folks.

"Here-- that looks like it hurts. One second," Walter said, reached out, and passed Lem's wound on to one of the voices in his head.

Cure Light Wounds": 1d8 + 2 ⇒ (2) + 2 = 4

I have one potion left that I want to keep for stabilization below 0 if I need to triage. Really don't want to use it.


Male Human Oracle 2

Actually can't keep moving after delivering that touch, but I will still draw and stop behind Rajuna. Came up in our home game and I was proved wrong!


Male Human Oracle 2

Times spent wishing I had fire resistance: +1 :P

Knowledge (religion) #1 -1d20 + 7 ⇒ (8) + 7 = 15
Knowledge (religion) #2 -1d20 + 7 ⇒ (14) + 7 = 21

The spirits in his head grew quiet.

"Rajuna!" Walter called out and quickly ran to him. The spirits took it back-- as much as they could-- on the way. He slipped in the mud after he channeled the voices, slid and turned to the monsters. There was very little he could do. He fished for his staff and drew it with a pathetic swing, thinking of what he could do to help.

Standard: Cast cure light wounds.
Move: Move to Rajuna and then back behind Rose, delivering CLW on the way and drawing his quarterstaff.
Cure Light Wounds 1d8 + 2 ⇒ (5) + 2 = 7


Male Human Oracle 2

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I find it very useful for Paizo stuff, since the server hates us.


Male Human Oracle 2
Theron Adrezi wrote:
Yea, I hate stat checks too, but I haven't come up with a good thing to replace them with in my games either :(

In my home game, we up the DC by 10 and then roll our stat.

So the DC 12 wisdom check wouldn't be d20+1 for Walter, but DC 22 with d20+12. Have to roll 1 less, but it becomes noticeable at higher stat levels.

That's so that a wizard with 8 str trying to break down a DC 15 door-- who has to roll 16 to break it-- doesn't roll a 16 after the fighter, who has 17 strength, fails on an 11. That's not heroic-- it's just shameful for the fighter. In the system I made up on the fly, the door would be DC 25 and the fighter rolls 1d20+17 and has to roll an 8. The wizard with 8 str trying to get through the same DC 25 door has to roll 17. That's a lot more balanced, in my mind, and only becomes better as you introduce more mechanics. Of course, DM fiat is needed at higher echelons of mechanics*, but still.

*raging barbarian using a hero point for +8 with a +6 all stats belt (strength score of 28) using strength surge to get level to check and ending up with 1d20+52, for instance... actual campaign example


Male Human Oracle 2

Wisdom Check! - 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (7) + 1 = 8

This is kind of why I hate stat checks-- it doesn't matter what my stat is, just what I roll. A strength 8 wizard can just as easily break down a door as a strength 18 fighter if he rolls high and the fighter rolls low.

Walter stares at the bones. "I think... there's a spirit inside. What should we do with it?"


Male Human Oracle 2

Will - 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (1) + 4 = 5

Walter hunkered into the corner, steadying his hand from shaking by gripping it by the wrist.


Male Human Oracle 2
Theron Adrezi wrote:

This entire encounter is going to be a laser light show between this thing shooting Scorching Rays at us and us firing back with Disrupt Undead rays.

We need Star Wars blaster firefight sound effects. ;)

If this was Star Wars, it would've missed me!

More seriously: Should I put Protection from Evil on someone (Rose or Theron, from a tactical standpoint, since they have spammable disrupt) to try to mitigate that it attacks touch, or should I keep my 2 spells for cures for people who get hit?


Male Human Oracle 2

If you had rolled average on that (3, 4, 3, 4) Walter would be eating dirt right now.

On the other hand, if we were level 3, I'd have molten skin and it would have like not been as dramatic to get hit for all of my hp.

Note: take Toughness.

I'm hiding. Call me when you need bless!


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter staggered backwards from the breath of fire-- No, no, a laser, he corrected himself mentally-- and then felt the blood run, itchy, across the numbness of his chest, felt it take a concave turn and knew that he was on the brink of death. It burned.

So he took it back.

Cure light wounds on himself - 1d8 + 2 ⇒ (5) + 2 = 7

Then, he did the only sensible thing in the face of-- the, uh, laser-- he ran.

Going straight to AB13 and cowering there. Don't worry! I'll run in to cure the next person who gets bombarded from orbit by this thing. Wow. Ouch.

Status:

HP: 2 + 7 (cure light wounds) = 9 / 13
AC: 16 T: 14 FF: 14
CMD: 13 FF: 11
Fort: +1 , Reflex: +2 , Will: +4

~


Male Human Oracle 2

Perception - 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (15) + 6 = 21

Initiative - 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (15) + 6 = 21

Knowledge (religion) - 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (20) + 7 = 27

Walter jumped out of his haze and practically out of his shoes. "Why is it alive?!" he wanted to shout, but instead just stammered "W-w-w-w-w-w-w--!!" before drawing up the voices and channeling the ceremony to burn this spirit's anchor.

Casting cure light wounds and five foot stepping away. Wish I could get behind the corner but I'll settle for farther away.


Male Human Oracle 2

Just noticed the message in my inbox, and I'm back! Sorry for the absentia. My RSS feed actually wasn't telling me there were new posts in the game proper.

Time to read up.


Male Human Oracle 2

Still around as well, just very busy.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter winced as well. Pure desecration. Blasphemy in a high regard. His keen intellect won over his faith, however, and he remained quietly watching.

Heal on the dark stain? Perhaps to know how this prisoner died - 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (16) + 1 = 17

Knowledge (religion) to identify holy symbols - 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (20) + 6 = 26

Walter noted the holy symbol of Norgorber and raised an eyebrow. "I wonder what the god of murderers, liars and thieves had against... well, um, a strong personification of his domain."


Male Human Oracle 2

I'd like the wand just to give me something to do in combat after bless right now. Because otherwise I just spam touch of flame until it's out... and it's really bad damage. I just wanted it to have a fire attack at 1 that wasn't 1/day. Later when Walter's weapons go flaming just because he's wielding them, that's okay, but right now... yeah, the wand will give me the option to go first and turn someone without a magic weapon into a reasonable participant in combat instead of a bench warmer.

Quote:
"I agree with Miss Rose. Dead or no - I'd rather be sure it stays dead after we pass it by."

Walter resisted the temptation of correcting Rajuna with Falkner's proof that undead were just malicious animated objects, and instead pocketed the wand of magic weapon-- a long, thin yew rod.

He turned the magic stone around in his hand. A nice stone. Um... very magic. He imagined throwing it at the next thing they met, and with his luck, figured that he'd probably get himself in the other eye.


Male Human Oracle 2
Rajuna Two-Fangs wrote:
Rajuna coughs up a lungful of dust and swipes his blade clean on the body of the first stirge. He starts to reload the knife. Thinking better of it, he tucks the weapon in his belt and clears the rock residue from his eyes. Missing the earlier action, he notes the beginning of a shiner around Walter's eye. "Oy, Walt. Did a stirge punch ya or somethin'?"

Walter placed his hand over his eye. Oddly enough, it looked completely natural-- hand on his face, a pose he found himself in often.

"I... made a mistake," he said, defeated. He held up his other hand, prepared to 'take back' wounds if anyone needed it.


Male Human Oracle 2
Theron Adrezi wrote:
Lol, someone in the hallway throw a rock at it and see if it dies!

There seemed to be some sort of mechanism, some sort of strange mental tick that made him completely disregard the weapon-- a longsword, forged for killing other creatures-- in his hand, and instead search for a sharp rock. Walter reached down, palmed a rock and hurled it as hard as he could at the hideous creature.

Move to pick up rock,
Rock attack!! - 1d20 - 4 + 2 - 4 ⇒ (3) - 4 + 2 - 4 = -3

He rebounded it off of his own weapon at near-point-blank range and hit himself in the eye.


Male Human Oracle 2
Rajuna Two-Fangs wrote:
I'm for hitting Harrowstone. I think we'll find more answers there short-term than we would trying to stalk the town and find out who has been bleeding rats to paint the statue.

Walter's +1!


Male Human Oracle 2

My own post reminded me that Vesmera and Walter were going to meet up. Harblgarbl I hate forgetting things. I may just write that out myself if you think that'd be good, or we can pretend "later" means "waaaay later" if you think that's better. :d


Male Human Oracle 2
Benjan Caeller wrote:
Do you think they might be being targeted?

Walter wondered when he would have to tell the group that he was told by a bird to protect Vesmera.

He decided... it was not right now.

He did Theron the courtesy of trying not to listen when his voice came low, and just wandered the perimeter. He wondered what it would take to help him get into the mental state of a deranged lunatic writing bloody letters on things. Where was this person getting the blood from?

The attic! It must be the attic!! a voice shouted.

Oh, be quiet, he murmured back-- maybe out loud, but no one seemed to notice.

Walter paced, hand to his head, being ultimately unhelpful.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter guiltily did not deign to mention that his dream was, for the most part, actually fairly pleasant.

He put his hand to his forehead and thought. The voices were silent, but the motion comforted him. He looked to Kendra-- she did not look well off. He considered placing a spell on her, but decided that was just probably not a good idea.

"If it's the prison, then it's, um... startling that it has a grasp on the concept of revenge. It could also mean a, um, number of... unfortunate things. Very unfortunate things," he muttered.


Male Human Oracle 2

Really cool posts.

The village of Walters-- what the hell went on in those dreams? lol


Male Human Oracle 2

Perception - 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (19) + 6 = 25

Walter sat up calmly from his bed. That was nice, he thought, and put on his greatcoat absent-mindedly. He noted, distracted, that Kendra was screaming. Oh.

Oh.

He was out of the bedroom and into the tumble of people shouting in a split second. It had stopped resembling a home and had started to become a marketplace, judging by the yelling, jostling and dim light. The moment was punctuated by Rajuna imbedding a dagger in the ceiling.

He stood at the rear, behind everyone,waiting to see what would happen.


Male Human Oracle 2

Assuming Walter can sell his leather armor to Jorfa, that gives me

66gp 66sp 6cp.

Dramatic music.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter nodded, appreciative for her help. "No, you're fine-- um--- Something light would be best-- the chain-link shirt. Um, may I ask how much it is?"

Once told the price, he paled a little. Drawing his gold pouch from his side, he weighed out a hundred gold pieces on the counter before thanking her sincerely and promising to return in the morning.

Woo-hoo! My AC is now not embarassing! Or... it will be. Soon.


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter quietly browsed the lighter armors while Rose spoke to Jorfa. He mainly perused ones that he thought were simple, or fit his frame, but occasionally he admired the bulkier, more knightly armors with interest in his eyes.

He'd wait to ask Rose what she thought would be best, but until then, he just waited.


Male Human Oracle 2

Sense Motive - 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (17) + 6 = 23

Walter nodded and passed the dog, giving it a quick scratch on the head before locking step with Rose again. He hadn't meant to, but something seemed to have put her off in the last few minutes, and he felt guilty.

"Um, when we're there, can you help me find some... armor, or something, to protect myself with? Compared to everyone else's armor, I, um, don't think this coat is really any help," he said, picking at the coat and stretching it out. "That is, um, if you want to," he said, dismissing himself out of habit.

Heading to Jorfa's with Rose!


Male Human Oracle 2

Walter looked... utterly dumbstruck. He watched the redwing leave with a look of total incredulity on his face. That wasn't what he had been expecting. When did birds talk? Was he going even more crazy?

Vesmera talking to the dog startled him out of his blank-faced mouth-agape trance and he let out a nervous laugh. "Oh, um, no, I thought it was, uh, hurt or something and I just had to get closer, um, I thought I saw something but I didn't." He looked panicked for a split second before returning to a forced casualness. He wondered if Vesmera would be offended if he... he felt that he'd taken a wrong step somewhere along the line of reasoning he was following. Vesmera'd cried to him before about being treated weird and like a child, and if he did the same thing, maybe he was turning into a self-righteous adult too early. He gathered his thoughts and prepared to tell her, but Theron's voice surprised him a second time. In all of the confusion he'd forgotten that he was there.

Walter shrugged animatedly as Theron approached. "Oh, no, nothing's wrong! Um, everything's fine." He smiled with a plain look of concern in his eyes.

Bluff - 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (11) + 3 = 14

Karrik's sudden arrival is just what he needed. He glowered and drew Theron's attention, and Walter capitalized on the distraction by leaning closer to Vesmera and whispering "I'll tell you later if you want to meet me? At the bridge," he said, giving her a sincere look. He would tell the others if it became relevant-- it seemed like, of late, he was gathering a cache of relevant topics to reveal when the time came.

If either of these checks (sense motive DC 15, perception DC 15) make it past Theron then I am going to be amazed.


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Bird talks to Walter and all I can think of is his face roughly being like

ಠ_ಠ


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Vesmera Avanaki wrote:
Carrion Crown GM wrote:
There doesn't appear to be anything of interest on the posting pole itself--but when you move around the back of the posting pole, you spot the redwing sitting on top of the gazebo. It seems to be looking back and forth between you and Vesmera.
Vesmera watches Walter head over to the posting pole with a quizzical look on her face. Walter? she calls out to him across the square. What are you looking for?

It stared at him. He stared at it. A bit of self-consciousness overtook him and he refrained from calling out that the bird had been watching him, and was still watching him.

"I thought I saw, um, something weird-- um, one second," he called back before turning to the gazebo and beginning to approach carefully, trying not to spook the strange bird. Was it the same bird? He wasn't quite sure.


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Walter seemed to lose track of what he was doing completely, staring away from the group and over Vesmera's shoulder for several seconds before moving again. He glanced to Vesmera and let his voice trail out "One second..." before briskly walking away, his gaze locked forward. He passed by everything on the way like he was focused entirely on some unknown object until he reached the posting pole and began to search it over, ducking and leaning and pacing around it as if struck by some strange inspiration.

If there's anything on this posting pole, I am looking for it. If I need to make Perception, 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (10) + 6 = 16. This stupid bird has been mad dogging me all week and I hope it's trying to lead me somewhere that isn't a dungeon full of traps.


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Walter hadn't really realized that he'd missed Vesmera in the short time they'd been apart. He pondered on the short physical contact she'd initiated and the closeness she seemed comfortable with, overanalyzing every detail he could muster. He was glad that everyone seemed to get along, but just for a second, felt guilty that he'd put Rose on the spot with his impromptu introduction. Walter lost his train of thought.

Perception -1d20 + 11 ⇒ (20) + 11 = 31

Like a boss.


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Vesmera Avanaki wrote:


Vesmera turns around as she hears Walter's voice. Her hoop earrings glint in what little sunshine penetrates the cloud cover.

Walter! she says brightly, with a smile on her face, before she turns back to watch the children at play. 'Interesting' is one word for it. It's a little creepy if you ask me.

He smiles sheepishly and comments "I think I've been called that same kind of interesting," proud of himself that he was able to keep his stammer straight for one joke. "Is that... normal? It sounds like they've got it um, memorized fairly well," he asked.

Walter glanced back to his friends. His well-armed foreign friends. His well-armed foreign friends kept waiting. He wasn't sure if they wanted to be introduced or if they wanted to move on, and he jumped a bit at the feeling he was missing something. He held up a hand and gestured before saying "Um, this is Vesmera," hoping that his introduction would straddle the line between polite and the social norm of the peasantry.

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