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Mark Seifter wrote:
bugley, can you PM me the wondrous item names you saw, if you remember? (not the first pair from last year, the ones that were against a rod or such) I'm curious about something.
I don't recall, and haven't been writing down the names of the items as I go. One was arguably not truly a wondrous item (though it had craft wondrous item as a pre-req); the other was a straight wondrous item.
However, if I see another I will be sure to grab the details and PM them to you.
I'm also 42, playing since '83, and I couldn't agree more.
I used to believe more complexity meant a superior system.
I got better. ;-)
Congrats Aaron! I really enjoyed the last table you ran (Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment - I had the monk/sorcerer worshiper of Korada) , looking forward to this weekend.
That was a fun table...and especially well suited to your character. I enjoyed GMing it for you. See you Saturday!
Jacob Trier wrote:
That is a a darn fine product, sir. Well done.
Bill Tobin wrote:
I hiked the Grand Canyon in April and we were dying of heat and thirst at the bottom, yet there was snow on the rim on the way out. We have very fond memories of the state. However, we did not think about going in August. I take it things are a lot warmer around Phoenix?
What are your feelings on spontaneous combustion?
David Bowles wrote:
Maybe try referring to things that don't match you preferences using language other than "gutted" and "simplistic?" I dunno. :P
I do it chasing the tag, and because I'd really like to write a scenario for PFS. Don't get me wrong -- writing a module would be fantastic -- but game designer isn't a viable full-time career, at least for the time being. I've got five (okay, three) kids to feed!
I've said this before, but I think it bears repeating: I believe most police officers are good people doing a very tough job. It's just that, when an officer does take things too far, it's in everyone's best interest for that officer to be held accountable. Right now, there seems to be zero accountability...and that's a problem.
Durngrun Stonebreaker wrote:
Yeah! Or maybe the police officer's precognition allowed him to see that the woman was one day going to be "a felon," so busting her up was justified!
Charlie D. wrote:
Hmmm...you seem to be suggesting that police only ever interact with criminals. Someone should tell the courts.
Bah. SKR needs to watch some "one of these things are not like the other" videos from Sesame Street.
If he's still confused afterwards, then I hereby offer to allow him to throw a water balloon at me in exchange for him allowing me to throw a spear at him. ;-)
Generic Villain wrote:
If AI wants to end the human race, it's going to have some stiff competition. Environmental ruin, Spanish flu 2.0, nuclear war, Revelations, and Obama (or Hillary Clinton or maybe Elizabeth Warren in two years) are all - depending on who you ask - gunning for that honor.
Wow, really? I've heard Obama is out to destroy America, but not the entire human race. Though that does manage to up the level of political hyperbole, so that's noteworthy. :P
Superheroes (Champions) where little is outright banned. Fantasy hero though, you don't just randomly take any of the powers in the books.
Exactly. One of the first steps I would undertake in setting up a Fantasy Hero is designing the magic system.
This sort of thing is why I no longer run Fantasy Hero (though I have a soft spot for it). :P