Raise your hands and spread your fingers. The one hand where thumb and index finger form capital letter "L" is the left one.
Crimson Jester wrote:
Taking into account that about 1/3rd or 1/4th of my posts is in English anyway...
A dwarf artificer becomes infected with virulent high-functionality zombie plague after eating infected meat from a deer he accidentally run over while testing one of his creation, a golem walker... Only a careful investigation discovers that the flesh-eating deer was sent by a mad blight druid wanting to take revenge on the dwarf for unknown crimes.
Sounds like a plot for an adventure. Or a short story.
EDIT: Ninja'ed by a badger...
Sara Marie wrote:
That confidence of a successful slave driver...
A few first notes: in Pathfinder HD and BAB are generally linked to each other - 1/2 BAB to d6, 3/4 BAB to d8 and full BAB to d10. Is there any particular reason why Manadancer uses d6 instead of d8 and Manablade d8 instead of d10?
Laptop back in action. After an argument on phone with my father ("you don't want to do it because you don't want to speak with me on Skype" *sigh*) I jury-rigged temporary solution by cutting the power cord from this laptop's broken charger and using it to connect working charger from old broken laptop.
Freehold DM wrote:
Michał Borsuk [mihaw borsook]
EDIT: It's a perfectly valid name in Polish, Google gave 129,000 hits for it in fact.
Little Skylark wrote:
Actually wraiths have standard Intelligence score of 14. Higher than average fighter, barbarian or ranger. Also, flanking is a basic combat technique that is successfully used by pack creatures with intelligence score of 1-2. Ask them, how they went to mistakenly believe that undeads are unintelligent - ask them to point you undeads in bestiary that are unintelligent beyond skeleton and zombies...
The other example, a human enemy walked 40 foot. He was a monk, but they didn't know. They said i did it wrong and recounted the squares for me, afther they counted I just said "yes" and went on to attack them. That player didn't want to take the damage and explained again. In the end I angrily told them to take the damage and move on. They all presumed that I didn't want to admit my "mistake". But I didn't want to tell me it was a monk they were fighting.
Show them the rulebook. Show them the multiple possibilities for an opponent to have higher than standard speed: barbarian class, monk class, cleric Travel domain, Fleet feat, various magic items, creature with speed higher than 30 feet using disguise self to look like human.
I dislike that they question me, I hardly ever make mistakes and know the rules better than any of them. I'm not sure if I want to confront them directly because the tend to take it very personaly. Should I confront them anyway or should I just put up with they're questions?
As was already suggested, speak with them - but don't make it a confrontation between you and them, however, just explain to them that they are making baseless assumptions about their enemies they known nothing about.
Back from session. No one died and shadows had much less impact than I hoped. On the plus side one of the PCs destroyed bag of holding with the loot and bad guys (half umbral dragon fetchling sorcerer and his umbral dragon brother) fell into the depths of the edge of shadow plane and managed to stabilize. So the party see them somewhere in the future eager for revenge. Oh, and the rest of loot beyond the bag were rings worn by the shadowy siblings... So they only gained loot from earlier chest. Muhahahaha.
Gary Teter wrote:
Sooo, when Paizo is going to use that method when designing mega-dungeon?
Isn't thinking that elves should be bisexual wrong? I mean why?
Why would it be wrong? They are different species, with different biological, psychological and cultural traits. They don't have to conform to proportions of sexual orientation characteristic to human species.