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RPG Superstar 2013 Dedicated Voter, 2014 Dedicated Voter. Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 3,103 posts (3,986 including aliases). 16 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 19 aliases.


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Scarab Sages

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Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
feytharn wrote:
Baked Camembert, coleslaw and spicy skewered pieces of fillet.
Ooh, I like the sound of that.

It is commendable ;-)

Today it is a hotpot from asparagus (green and white), potatoes, carrots and minced beef.

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Baked Camembert, coleslaw and spicy skewered pieces of fillet.

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You could possibly use the entire Darkmoon Vale arc (including the Last Baron adventures) with a bit of work. Take a look at the miserable conditions in the vale and have the PCs be Cheliaxian spies send to undermine the consortiums and Andorans hold on that area, helping people and guide them slowly toward the defection from Andoran and back into Cheliax 'loving' care.

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Wee need a little plaster...soon...I think there are far too many angles in this tower!

Scarab Sages

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Thank you very much. Downloading now, preparing to run it next week for fun and a review.

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These changes seem incredibly deserved! Congrats to both of you!

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Lord Snow wrote:

Trailer!

No Lizardmen really sucks, and I admit I am mildly shocked the dwarves got the nod over elves for the core game (I like it, it's just unexpected).

I'm debating if I should play orcs or necromancers for my first playthrough. Annoyingly, I might just have a very long while to decide.

Don't worry, I am sure they won't take long to add stuff - considering Attila has already 3 Culture Packs out...

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Mine contains oly one card (Mass Battles / Weapons and Ability Focuses), so I guess this is the only one. Someone on the Green Ronin Boards could clear this up better, I suppose.

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zylphryx wrote:
Pineapples are more insidious than you think. Most living things, you lop the top off, throw it aside, and that is that. Pineapples, you lop the top off, throw if aside, and IT GROWS INTO AN NEW PINEAPPLE PLANT ready to expand its nefarious, sweet, chock-full-of-pineapplely-goodness reach!

Wow...I really want to play a pineapple based disease in Plague.inc now...

Scarab Sages

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Pasta with a mushroom based cream sauce.

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I would love a copy and I will play and review it within a fortnight.

Scarab Sages

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Bouncing ;-)

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Freehold DM wrote:

I love pineapple.

Please send any pineapple you do not want to me.

See, the Drow want to build an army of pineapples to conquer the surface world!

Scarab Sages

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Hasbro D&D Immortals worth looking into for those who don't own these (mostly) gems, yet.

Scarab Sages

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If the new character obviously takes the place of the old character, he might develope a murderous obsession (especially if the obsession for the first character was along the love / soulmate / idol line) for the new character just for being where [character n#1] should be.

Scarab Sages

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Welcome and best of luck with the Paizo gremlins!

Scarab Sages

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Welcome and good luck with your new job!

Scarab Sages

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Beef Roulade with potatoes and kohlrabi, all homemade (and best of all, enough leftovers for a second meal down the week)

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I just started playing (yay Steam release!), so I probably won't encounter the draught for a while (and I hope future updates will bring a little more variance in missions - stubborn single-player here - and Thargoids, I am not sure what will happen with mining - if it stays in the Elite/Frontier tradition, it will stay terrible...) and it is fun, challenging but fun. Dogfights can be pretty intense, much more so than in any of the X-Games.

Fans of Space-Sims should check this one out!

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Congrats! Happy to see you back.

Scarab Sages

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Its that Collectors book. It is quite good, I think between that book, the Almanac and the Guidebook, you could run more than one campaign in the PoE world, but I understand that $70 is a bit hard to chew...

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It's out now :-)

Scarab Sages

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I still fondly remember his presence on this board...My condolences to his friends and family.

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Yuugasa wrote:
feytharn wrote:
Somebody called the evil clowns?
I hate you=)

:-(

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Somebody called the evil clowns?

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Thank you once again for the fun world and great adventures produced under your creative custody that we get to play in!

Did you pledge or plan to purchase Pillars of Eternity? If so, are you looking forward to playing it and what do you hope to see in that game?

Scarab Sages

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Divinity: Original sin and Wasteland 2 will not run on an old netbook, though...

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Heh...every sequel he makes is another franchise that escapes his clutches for now!

Scarab Sages

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Knowing now that they are better for the enviroment, I will suffer the little annoyances they cause.

Scarab Sages

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The old white styrofoam peanuts weren't that bad (from a customers POV, I am not talking about their enviromental impact), but that gren stuff must come straight out of warehouse hell. It sticks to pretty much everything, especially it seems to like to stick to hair (hellooo green dressed kitty) and paper - little flakes of that stuff works its way into every book to remind you of the fun you had unpacking for months to come!

Seriously, I am pretty happy that everything (well everything that finds its way into the box ;-) ) gets to me undamaged, but, oh most awesome Customer Service, if there is an alternative to the shiny green styrofoam peanuts, I would be delighted if you took it.

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From my Steam and GOG lists (I left out the too well known games as you have probably played them)

  • Anachronox
  • Arx Fatalis
  • Avernum Saga
  • Geneforge Saga
  • Divinity
  • Beyond Divinity
  • Realms of Arkania 1-3 (original games)
  • Septerra Core
  • Summoner
  • Soulbringer
  • Sacred
  • Ys 1-2, Origins, Oath in Felghana
  • Avadon 1-2
  • Betrayal at Krondor, Betrayal at Antara, Return to Krondor
  • NOX
  • Silver
  • Worlds of Ultima: Savage Empire (free at GOG)
  • Worlds of Ultima: Martian Dreams (Free at GOG)
  • Lionheart
  • Vampire: Redemption

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The Raid 2 - seriously, I like the first movie, but it is surpassed by the second one.

Captain America - Winter Soldier

Considering Bond, From Russia with Love is, imo more enjoyable than Dr. No.

That is all I got for now (I am sure I forgot some).

I agree about Road Warrior and the D&D Movie.

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Congrats and best of luck!

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Thank you for your books, your wit, your anger and your creativity. May the destination of this journey be to your liking.

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Charles Scholz wrote:

Three quotes - same movie.

JD: You expect me to sit here in this lousy cell on that...
[notices the red paint drippings on the floor]
JD: What is that red stuff all over the floor there?
JM: Oh, uh...
[waves his boot over the paint]
JM: ...that's the poor fella that crossed the line earlier today.

PD: If that gun had gone off, it'd of blowed right up in my face.
JM: Now it wouldn't have done my finger a hell of a lot of good either, would it? What can I do for you, Mr. D?

PD: Now I'm gonna take a little trip tomorrow and I want you two to behave yourselves while I'm gone. I don't want nobody to make no martyr out of this here sheriff.
TD: What's a martyr?
PD: Oh, I'm sorry. They didn't use words like that in the third grade, did they?
TD: Well, how would I know? I didn't get that far.

Support your local Sheriff!

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Everything looks great. Thank you again, oh most awesome Customer Service!
P.S: Your nametag is no exaggeration :-)

Scarab Sages

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There should just be one, thank you for bringing this to my notice. Thank you for looking into this, oh most awesome Customer Service!

Scarab Sages

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Welcome and congratulations! I hope you will fit right in and provide us greedy gamers with lots of good stuff ;-)

Scarab Sages

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Oh most awesome Customer Service: I just picked up my latest package at German customs, alas it seems that Paizo placed their dens of unsavory entertainment too close to the harbor...aka instead of the still missing 'Red Lights District' map, I recieved a second copy of the 'Flooded Dungeon' map...

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Tacticslion wrote:
feytharn wrote:
Non-catholic Christian, I presume ;-)

Hah! Point noted!

It's probably worth noting that my wife is Catholic - though I am Baptist - and she loathes swear words of most kinds as well.

Intriguingly, some of the things I consider "not bad" are considered unfathomably rude by her family... and vice-verse (though she tends to be more strict than some of her elders in that regard). Some things we strictly agree on. Funny, that. :)

I didn't mean to imply that all catholics like to swear, but as far as my experience goes, most who dislike it don't do it for religious reasons ;-)

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Digitalelf wrote:
memorax wrote:
being bothered by the occasional swear word. Or even just "damn I almost I died". Is trying to hide behind fake innocence as far as I'm concerned.

Being bothered by profanity, is not necessarily trying to hide behind anything, let alone "innocence". The reasons for being bothered by it vary from individual to individual...

As for myself, since I am a Christian, I try not to be around it, as it is a habit from a time before I was a Christian that I sometimes struggle with; but I am not trying to claim innocence, I just don't like being around it. So yes, that does sometimes limit what I am or am not willing to do (like watch certain movies, listen to certain comedians, or being around certain people if they are absolutely unwilling to "watch their language" around me), but that's a conscious decision that I make, and I am perfectly willing to live with any consequences that may come from that decision (which isn't to say that I always like the potential consequences, it's just that I am willing to live and deal with any that may come up).

Non-catholic Christian, I presume ;-)

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Rynjin wrote:
Why shouldn't it? It's a storytelling trope, and most campaigns tell a story.

Yet, the story of the campyign isn't always written in stone, neither are all the elements. As a GM I often provide several npcs or plot points that might all have the same meaning for the campaign, but connect differently to the players.

Basic example: I want the players to connect to an npc in a town so they will be more involved if something happens that threatens the town. Rather than forcing some npc on them, I try to think of several that might 'click' with the players and their characters. I don't know for sure if they will befriend the no-nonsense blacksmith, the bakers young boy that tries to sell pastries on the street, the overworked maid at the tavern etc.

When they do connect strongly to one npc, the others will fade more or less into insignificance, to something that, according to Chekhov's gun shouldn't be in the story in the first place.

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It is worth it, but imho it isn't the best choice. Taking a look at the Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing or even better at Grim Dawn (still early access, updated frequently and already huge and stable) might be worth your time and money.

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I wouldn't use true deities at all - all of their feuds are far older then mankind and your players might question why they would now chose to bring their feud into open battle in this fashion. Arch Devils, empyrial lords, demon princes etc. would be my choice. The difference between their power and that of a god to the mere mortal is inconsequential. They are easier to compare in their power level and their means (in the game of immortal creatures) are more limited, which might explain their unorthodox method of doing battle by possessed mortals.

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The Minis Maniac wrote:
Today is one of those days that has really gotten me down. I just feel after fighting (again) with my mother over trivial crap that if I had a choice I wouldn't be the gay man I am. I am so sick of being yelled at by both my parents. I'm sick of the blind hatred of my step-father. I'm sick of all the hateful comments I see on any political news site I go to. Or even online movie reviews of all things. I'm sick of the awkwardness that inevitably happens when ever I meet someone new and they find out I'm gay. I'm sick of all the people who want denounce my marriage to my husband or think it's their business to comment on it. I just really tired of it all today. These days really suck.

*Hugs* I hope you will always find strength and happiness in abundance to fight off these days.

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Hotpot from potatoes, runner beans, sugar snaps,celery, onions, garlic, carrots and ground meat.

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Scythia wrote:
Rat Bastard DM wrote:
I have mixed feelings. On the one hand, players can't punch me over the internet. On the other, I can't nibble on the sheets of dead player characters.
If you enjoy nibbling on players' sheets, you might be playing a different kind of game. I hope they do laundry regularly.

How would they, if they are dead?

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I second Shadowrun (the sourcebooks from former editions are still quite useful with the current incarnation). I also think the current Star Wars games by FFG do very good job at showing diversity in gender and enticity in their illustrations.

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Indeed. I own all three boxed sets, and I am still very much looking forward to seeing all the rules compiled in a shiny hardcover.

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Thank you for looking into it and casting 'Calm worried subscriber' on me. Have a great day, Oh most awesome Customer Service!

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