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John Kretzer wrote:
Yep. Love both of them.
How about a famous one,
Is it Return of the Living Dead?
Heathers."I don't have time to bleed."
"Do you have time to duck?"
Really old gamer wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
But can she use it with armor spikes?
Sorry, I don't get why this is a big issue. There are hundreds of choices already available. It is just a picture. I would think that it would be more important to have Paizo employees focussing on making more of the products we love then to spend more resources to make sure everyone gets to have their "special snowflake" avatar. Paizo doesn't make its money off its forums anyway, so why would they do it?
Actually it is two complete sentences and one fragment jammed between1. The rogue works as is. (badly constructed but viable.
2. It's awesome.
Fragment: many different options.
Plenty of verbs here... Just no punctuation. ;)
I would love to see how specific cities/sites in Golorian are mirrored/twisted/refracted in the plane of Shadow. I can see a very dark, Bizzarro/Lovecraftish feel coming out of this. I also see the Kytons, with their propensity to warp flesh actively warping reality to cause these changes... Maybe there are "thin" spots where the Plane of Shadow comes through.
I had a DM who ruled that if a monster critted, something horrible would happen. If we critted, it was 2xdamage. A cleric I was playing got shot by an arrow. Natural 20. He got hit in the head, for 16 points of damage (5th level, so nowhere near killing him), however the arrow caused a traumatic brain injury, dropping his intelligence to 5 (from 14). No save, no cure as it was 2nd edition and restoration was way out of our league. Spent 6 months real game time before we got to a city big enough to find someone to cure me. Admittedly, after I got over being ticked, I had fun roleplaying the character.
Maybe it is just the old gamer in me, but as a GM I will often have the players roll a d20 when there is nothing going on, just to keep them on their toes. I don't call it initiative, but I don't think that the GM did anything wrong if he was consistent in when he called for initiative.
A question in the same vein, if you are two weapon fighting, can you use quick draw to get an off hand attack or does TWF only apply to melee weapons? I am building a fighter who specializes in throwing axes. I know it is not an optimal build but it should still be useful if he can throw two axes and then QuickDraw two more to either throw the next round or melee.
Thanks. This is just what I was looking for.