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RPG Superstar 2013 Marathon Voter, 2015 Dedicated Voter. 522 posts (527 including aliases). 3 reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 1 alias.


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thejeff wrote:
I don't have a problem with the Forgotten Realms [...]

For me it is about too much of a good thing. I like the FR, even love them. Lots of good memories having adventures there. Nowadays we mostly travel between planes, so the FR just pops up now and then and that is perfect.

Golarion is interesting because it is one world with many settings on it. Numeria isn't Cheliax which isn't Osirion...

The FR could have some of that potential (Chult isn't Thay which isn't Cormyr...), but now everything is set on the Sword Coast. The only AP that I would buy from WotC would be if it was set in Selune's Tears on the Roc of Bral*. Never gonna happen, sadly.

Since Perkins said he was writting storylines for the next seven years, we might in for a lot of Sword Coast for a long time.

*Everything is getting Realmified. Rise of Tiamat was a DragonLance adventure. Elemental Evil was a Greyhawk adventure. Rage of Drizzt sounds and looks like Planescape. So Bral would be set in the Realms. Not that would mind since I palced it there in the first place and it needs an update. I bet the next AP is undead themed and Vecna is the summoned baddy at the end.


The glassdoor comments, positie or negative, have similar critics: doesn't understand tech, bad marketing and risk adverse. All stuff the community has been aware of for a while.


What I'm afraid of with a D&D cartoon is that we get a group of adventurers composed of a halfing rogue, a dwarf fighter, a elf wizard and a human cleric, running around without much a script.

What I'm sure of, is that if they are making a cartoon, it will be set in the Forgotten Realms. It is their default setting for quite sometime according to Nathan Stewart.


Aeshuura wrote:
Also, the creator of Adventure Time was brought in to help create the story.

Green Ronin made this adventure. The guy from Adventure Time is working on another project that is still secret. Probably a D&D cartoon since, you know, the guy works on cartoons.


Art doesn't mean good fluff. Playability is something else.

Of course, you do not need to use an AP. You just need to buy it for it to be a success.


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Marc Radle wrote:


Pretty much this exactly.

Heck, it's pretty common for Paizo employees and Wizards employees to hang out socially and even game together regularly. In fact, there are games made up of Paizo employees, Wizards employees, and/or folks from other big 3PP companies. The fact is, many of these people are friends that just happen to work for competing companies.

So, what you are telling us, is that designers at WotC got some Paizo designers and stole all their trade secrets!

Thanks, Drizzt!*

*:
A variation of "thanks, Obama". Cause Drizzt ruins everything when you read comments about Rage of Drizzt. Um. Demons.


Rage of Meh.


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Drejk wrote:
Application instead of proper pdf/e-reader file to read? Meh. What the hell is with that obsession with turning to apps for things to read instead of just reading them? Not everyone want to crap his computer with tons of unwanted programs.

Data mining. With apps they can't get a lot of personal info on users and do market research.


Steve Geddes wrote:
Thanks for posting it. Fingers crossed he is doing some D&D stuff - ive always liked his game design comments.

He has defined his role. HE seems to indicate that he will make sure third parties who produce licensed products have their story/lore/fluff right.


And I also think he got a new job in Indiana. To face new challenges.

He has a goodbye thread on these boards somewhere.


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Apparently he said so on his facebook page. And someone from ENworld saw it.

I wonder if he is one of those freelancers they hire to write APs or if they gave him a job there. Not even sure he works on D&D.

He would bring Paizo's knowhow about APs, that is for sure.


Steve Geddes wrote:


Given the "principal publisher" is adopting such a glacial release schedule, 5E has the potential to really bolster a quality 3PP's bottom line, I think.

Unless some OGL is released by WotC, 3PP will hesitate to make material. A C&D letter is not something anyone wants.

I wonder how harder it is to make compatible material without the an OGL?


Adjule wrote:
So the title of this thread is rather misleading.

Sorry about that, there was some confusion as to what FG offered.


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Some clarification, this ain't e-tools like DDI (e.g. character builder). This is a Virutal Table Top.


License e-products from Fantasy Ground. Folks at WotC haven't made an official announcement yet.

Not sure what is in them, but they aren't cheap. Right now, Paizo PDFs look far more attractive. Cheaper, and if you buy the book on their store, you get the PDF for free. You do not need to pay the same amount for the books.


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Dale McCoy Jr wrote:
Especially considering that Sasquatch Games had not produced a single RPG book before the PotA was announced (and long since turned into Wizards).

Except for Primeval Thule?

I wonder what is that Ultimate Scheme. Looks sci-fi.


Did it disappear? I can't see it.


Jason Nelson wrote:
What about incantations really excites your imagination? What makes them seem like something to make mythic?

Incantations are exciting because even non-magic users can perform them. Perform is the key word. You do not say "I cast fireball". You need to act them out a bit. They are roleplayed magic. They help weave the story.

Mythic incantations are the magical feats we read about. Magic from mythology and literature performed my non-magicians. Orpheus' requiem for his dead love, it moved the gods so much they let him get her back. If you pore your soul in to a painting of yourself, will it age instead of you, like it did for Dorian Grey*? Sheherazade enthralled the king with her stories and managed to stay alive, were her performence an incantation?

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Also, what would you consider an "artifact spell"?

Spells so ancient and powerful that you need to travel to a legedary location to learn them and use them once. They are eldritch secrets mad man search to curse an entire city with a plague. What vampires want to lock the moon in front of the sun to create a perpetual eclipse. What druids seek to turning a forest into an army of wooden soldiers so it can defend itself.

*Ok, not exactly how it goes, but you know, freedom of creativity or bust!


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Mythic Incantations.

Artifact Spells.


Yup. And since D&D doesn't release PDFs for its current edition, Paizo will also dominate the digital market.

But I'm pretty sure D&D will dominate the boardgame market based on RPGS!


dariusu wrote:
goldomark wrote:
dariusu wrote:
It has been out 6 years and is the number one Pathfinder book. That is one of my points. The Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook is in the top 5 on Paizo's own website. It is quite often near the top on Paizo's own site.

Yup, that is because core books are what sells the most. To be expected since it is the first thing (and only one) you need to play.

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I don't know what the sales on Amazon is vs the sales on Paizo's own site. Anyone have that info?

Nope.

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Do you think it is a lot more than a site like Amazon?

Yes. I mentioned the advantages of using the Paizo store. I forgot to mention the cheaper PDFs they sell. As you pointed out, some of PF's books rank higher than the core book on the Paizo store's top 10 seller list. We can infer that more are sold from the Paizo store than amazon (where they never go above the corebook).

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PDFs are not quite necessary when you have an online DB of all the rules anyway.

We do not get fluff and art from the free online database. PDFs have a higher value. Besides, by your logic we do not need to buy any books either, since everything is free on the net (d20PFSRD).

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I personally

Personal anecdotes are not interesting data points. Sorry.

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My point is that 5th edition sales will settle at some level and that level might still be more than Pathfinder.

Maybe. Maybe not.

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Most of the sales seem to come from core books.
Strange business move, no?

I originally kind of responded to your post about the drop in 5th edition Player's Handbooks sales and how it is not surprising, "For March, the projected sales of the PHB are 216 books!". I think your exclamation mark is used to show the sadness of how low it is going to go. You used data from novelrank.

Take any book of a similar rank. It has a similar drop in sales for March. Here is the psychiatric manual that was in a similar position as the PHB when it came out...

My guess about the drop in sales in February and March is the post holiday period. People are paying their credit cards. The release of the core books in autumn was to boost sells with the holidays coming. It will be interesting to see if they go up later on.

As for the paizo store, my point is that the pathfinder books would have a higher ranking on amazon if the paizo store didn't exist since it divides online sales. Higher than D&D? No way to know. As I said, amazon numbers can only be used to estimate D&D sales.


dariusu wrote:
It has been out 6 years and is the number one Pathfinder book. That is one of my points. The Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook is in the top 5 on Paizo's own website. It is quite often near the top on Paizo's own site.

Yup, that is because core books are what sells the most. To be expected since it is the first thing (and only one) you need to play.

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I don't know what the sales on Amazon is vs the sales on Paizo's own site. Anyone have that info?

Nope.

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Do you think it is a lot more than a site like Amazon?

Yes. I mentioned the advantages of using the Paizo store. I forgot to mention the cheaper PDFs they sell. As you pointed out, some of PF's books rank higher than the core book on the Paizo store's top 10 seller list. We can infer that more are sold from the Paizo store than amazon (where they never go above the corebook).

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PDFs are not quite necessary when you have an online DB of all the rules anyway.

We do not get fluff and art from the free online database. PDFs have a higher value. Besides, by your logic we do not need to buy any books either, since everything is free on the net (d20PFSRD).

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I personally

Personal anecdotes are not interesting data points. Sorry.

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My point is that 5th edition sales will settle at some level and that level might still be more than Pathfinder.

Maybe. Maybe not.

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Most of the sales seem to come from core books.

Strange business move, no?


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Scott Betts wrote:
goldomark wrote:
For March, the projected sales of the PHB are 216 books!
Correct me if I'm wrong, but the March (current month) sales figures appear to be estimated sales to date, not projected sales for the entire month. In the last three hours, the March sales figure for the PHB has gone from 216 to 230. Either they are very rapidly revising their projections based on increased sales, or these are just to-date estimates (that they acknowledge are low-balled).

Maybe, maybe not.

The February projection was 1,430 on the 10th of February. They ended up to be 1,448.


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dariusu wrote:

According to Amazon, the Pathfinder Core Rulebook is the best selling Pathfinder book. It almost always is except for a short period when some new Pathfinder books come out. The Pathfinder Core Rulebook is currently #3863 in books and the 5e Player's Handbook is currently #103.

Almost all of the 5th edition books are higher than almost all of the Pathfinder books most of the time. The highest charting Pathfinder books look to be some of the older books in general also.

According to that website the Player's Handbook has hovered around #100 in rank all last month. It is still about that. Those sales estimates might be low by that website's own admission.

Compare that sites estimates of the Pathfinder Core Rulebook. It sold 127 on Amazon.com last month according to them and will sell 26 this month. It is the best selling Pathfinder book.

PF's core book is not fresh off the prints like D&D's. It is 6 years old. It should be lower. What really muddles the water is that Paizo has it's own online store. There is an added bonus to buying on the Paizo store, you get the PDF for free and immediately. Something amazon can't offer. Also, if you subscribe to a line of products on the Paizo store, you get a 30% discount on the books. It is obvious why the core book is so low on amazon's charts.

Using amazon to track D&D sells is useful to track D&D sells and trends, not compare it with Paizo's products. ICv2 is useful to compare sells of the two brands... in brick and mortar stores.

What was really surprising with PF becoming the number one seller in ICv2 was that in spite of all the advantages that come with buying from the Paizo store, PF still managed to become number one in brick and mortar stores.


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Sales on amazon are already declining for the PHB according to this sales traker.

Aug: 5,402
Sep: 5,105
Oct: 4,986
Nov: 3,066
Dec: 3,502
Jan: 4,784
Feb: 1,448

For March, the projected sales of the PHB are 216 books! The projections for February were right on target.

Not surprising. After the initial boom of new core books released before Christmas, sales are bound to go down.

I'm not sure why they think a minimal release schedule is good for their bottomline.


Congratulation!

So, what does a developer do anyway?


No big surprised. Those ranks come froma time the PHB was #1 on Amazon. Now the PBH is around #120, the MM #350 and the DMG #470. The descent with only continue. PoA will mostly be a blimp on the radar of the next 6 months.


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To answer the thread's title, I say at least one quarter could be dominated by D&D; the last quarter of 2014. All three core books almost came out in that quarter, plus it was close to Christmas. $$$

After that, I see D&D going down. From december 9th to april 7th, there are no D&D books coming out. How can you appear on a chart about sells when there are no new books to sell?

Sure, the PHB can be bought many times by the same gaming group, but not the other core books. Adventures are less popular, so sales can only go down.

Oh well, at least we'll all be able to buy D&D t-shirts and comics.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

I really like the door theme. I do not think it is silly the way you've done it here. It opens up a lot of possibilities for powers. Very nice.

What is the item similar to mine that was in RPGSS?

I do speak French. I'm from Montréal, Québec.

Thanks for the edit. It is inspiring.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Raynulf wrote:

Motherly Love

Aura moderate conjuration; CL 8th
Slot none; Price 25,025 gp; Weight 2 lbs.
Description
This +2 shortbow (+2 Str bonus) has the hair of a dead woman braided into the string. Against any creature that wounds the wielder, the bow counts as having the bane special ability, which lasts for one hour. Additionally, while the wielder sleeps, the bow sings a quiet and soothing song, aiding their rest and recovery as if using the Heal skill to provide long-term care. The power of the bow comes with a catch, however, as it functions only so long as the wielder refers to it, and only it, as their mother. Failure to do so, or using such terms with regard to another, will cause the bow to lose its magical properties for 24 hours.
Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, speak with dead, summon monster I, hair from a deceased female humanoid that has had children; Cost 12,775 gp

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TL;DR Summary: The goal was to produce a strongly themed weapon that possesses useful abilities at a price, and remained a prominent accessory to the character wielding it, without overshadowing them.

In hindsight, while I enjoy the concept of 'power at a price', and items with roleplay implications, I appreciate that many players will not, and were likely put off by the rather heavy handed downside.

** spoiler omitted **...

I sort of liked it and found that thematically ir worked, but it is creepy. Normand Bates would love it.

I could put it in my game for a short while in a Ravenloft sort of game, but it isn't superstar material. Sorry.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Andrew Black wrote:

Alright, let me have it.

Demonmaw Gnasher
Aura moderate transmutation; CL 9th
Slot none; Price 98,340 gp; Weight 14 lbs.

Description
The massive black iron head of this +2 ominous earth breaker is forged to appear as a vile hezrou demon with its jaws agape. Its shadowy trailing haze reeks of a foul brackish odor from the abyss. On a successful attack roll the hezrou mouth bites the target for 1d6 points of additional damage and the wielder can attempt to drag his opponent, with a +2 enhancement bonus on the combat maneuver check, as a free action. This drag attempt still provokes attacks of opportunity as normal.

On a confirmed critical hit, instead of the free drag attempt, the target is automatically lifted up and thrown over the wielder’s head to land prone in the square opposite its starting position. This maneuver does not provoke an attack of opportunity. This attempt fails if either the ending square or the 5 foot area above the wielder is occupied by a solid object or obstacle. The wielder can not throw a target into a space that is intrinsically dangerous. Creatures unable to be thrown remain in their square but are knocked prone. The wielder can only throw or knock prone an opponent who is no more than one size category larger than it.

Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, animate object, telekinesis and doom or scare; Cost 49,340 gp

Loved it! Up voted it everytime I saw it.

the only issue I had was how specific you got with the type of demon that was represented and how undemon-like the abilities were. I hope to see it in print somewhere.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Mark Seifter wrote:
goldomark wrote:

Found it!

Rerouting shield
Aura moderate conjuration; CL 10th
Slot Shield; Price 41,970 gp; Weight 15 lbs
Description
This polished +2 heavy steel shield is perfectly round and has golden runes engraved ont its rim. When the wearer of the shield is aware that he is the target of an attacl, the shield can become a one-way portal that redirects the attack to another target. Activating this ability is an immediate action that must be used before the attack role is made. The new target of the attack must e within 30 ft. of the wearer and in line of sight. The AC of the new target is used to see if the attack hits. This ability can be used three times per day.

Alternatively, once a day, the shield's wearer can make a bull rush manoeuvre against one creature to force it to enter a one-way portal. When this ability is used the wearer of the shield gets a +4 bonus to his CMB. If the manoeuvre is successful the creature reappears up to 30 ft. of its initial position in any direction that is within line of sight of the wearer. The creature cannot reappear in solid objects and if no free space is available the attempt automatically fails. When using this ability the wearer of the shield cannot move with his target. A creature can decide not to resist the bull rush.
Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, dimension door; Cost 21,070 gp

*Wording issues.

*Yet another shield that automatically redirects attacks. What kinds of attacks does this redirect? It seems ones that require attack rolls, but all such attacks?

*When the item says "alternatively," does it mean "additionally" or that you can trade the 3 uses of the redirection for 1 use of the super bull rush? Or does it trade 1 of the 3 uses (but only 1/day)?

*There's a lot of possibilities for how this works.

Many thanks for the feedback, Mark! It means a lot to us that you take your prescious time to give us some advice.

I do not want to nitpick, but I will, if a lot of items fit in the "yet another item that does X" category, it might mean that it fits some sort of fantasy trope and a lot of people would like something like that to appear in PF (made by a superstar, of course). Just my two coppers.

Thanks again, Mark.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Bravo cher compatriote!

I saw this items a lot and I think I always up voted it. Not perfect, but I really liked that it was made for one of the newer classes.

I hope you go far in the competition.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

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I liked that creepy Bates bow that you needed to call mother.

I liked that earth breaker that bite foes and let you move them like Bam-Bam.

I liked that joke item The Axe of the Metal Lord! It was better than a lot of serious items, if only because of formating.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

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The Big L wrote:

Shield of the Fallen

Aura Faint Necromancy; CL 5th
Slot Shield; Price 14,770 gp; Weight 20 lbs.
Description
This +1 heavy bronze shield has a flat face except for an embossed inverted V upon it. On command twice per day, the shield's wearer may use Deathwatch, as the spell except the area is a 10ft. radius emanation centred on the wearer which lasts 10 minutes. This effect ends if the shield is removed.

Additionally, if the shield's wearer dies while holding the shield, their body will be held in a state of stasis, as the spell Gentle Repose. Unlike the spell, this effect only works if the person is wearing the shield at the time of the death, and will not work if placed on an already dead body. This effect lasts until the shield is removed from the body.

Originally created on a far flung world by a civilization of warriors known only as Spartans, older versions of this shield have been found with the phrase "Come back with your shield or on it" engraved on the inner side. These shields are now highly prized among warrior families as heirlooms, passed down to progressive generations from fallen parent to child.

Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, gentle repose, deathwatch; Cost 7,385 gp

I do not remember seeing it but I like the general idea. It lacks another thematic power to give it more punch. Seems over priced for what it does. Also, the last paragraph should go. That sort of flavor text doesn't help you with voters and judges.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Found it!

Rerouting shield

Spoiler:
Aura moderate conjuration; CL 10th
Slot Shield; Price41,970 gp; Weight 15 lbs
Description
This polished +2 heavy steel shield is perfectly round and has golden runes engraved ont its rim. When the wearer of the shield is aware that he is the target of an attacl, the shield can become a one-way portal that redirects the attack to another target. Activating this ability is an immediate action that must be used before the attack role is made. The new target of the attack must e within 30 ft. of the wearer and in line of sight. The AC of the new target is used to see if the attack hits. This ability can be used three times per day.

Alternatively, once a day, the shield's wearer can make a bull rush manoeuvre against one creature to force it to enter a one-way portal. When this ability is used the wearer of the shield gets a +4 bonus to his CMB. If the manoeuvre is successful the creature reappears up to 30 ft. of its initial position in any direction that is within line of sight of the wearer. The creature cannot reappear in solid objects and if no free space is available the attempt automatically fails. When using this ability the wearer of the shield cannot move with his target. A creature can decide not to resist the bull rush.
Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, dimension door; Cost 21,070 gp

I think the second ability should have been about teleporting a creatures who charge at the wearer. Also, the casting level is wrong, it shoudl be 7th for that price.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Found it!

Rerouting shield
Aura moderate conjuration; CL 10th
Slot Shield; Price 41,970 gp; Weight 15 lbs
Description
This polished +2 heavy steel shield is perfectly round and has golden runes engraved ont its rim. When the wearer of the shield is aware that he is the target of an attacl, the shield can become a one-way portal that redirects the attack to another target. Activating this ability is an immediate action that must be used before the attack role is made. The new target of the attack must e within 30 ft. of the wearer and in line of sight. The AC of the new target is used to see if the attack hits. This ability can be used three times per day.

Alternatively, once a day, the shield's wearer can make a bull rush manoeuvre against one creature to force it to enter a one-way portal. When this ability is used the wearer of the shield gets a +4 bonus to his CMB. If the manoeuvre is successful the creature reappears up to 30 ft. of its initial position in any direction that is within line of sight of the wearer. The creature cannot reappear in solid objects and if no free space is available the attempt automatically fails. When using this ability the wearer of the shield cannot move with his target. A creature can decide not to resist the bull rush.
Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, dimension door; Cost 21,070 gp

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Um. A gun made the cull. It got my vote too.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

My favorite ring is gone. It was a bit of a SIAC, but it opened up all sort of possibilities and didn't even have any numerical bonus to it. A rare thing these days.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

That cull was so needed. Thanks Paizo staff!

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

lair-master wrote:
How will we know a cull has taken place?

We will be told.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Earthbreaker of experts

Slice the air in front of you and a rift in space/time will open. An expert will come out of the dimensional rift and answer one question. This sword is +1 masterwork.

Cost: 200,001 gp

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Makes sense now.

Is it true that if you do not see an item a lot it means it gets more up votes?

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Yet we "give" other members a pair when we hit the "both items are bad/good" button?

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

I see there are 300k+ possible pairs. Are those pairs divided by all voters or each voter has a 300k+ pool of pairs?

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

This is Sparta!

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Lightsaber vs. 299 words. Lightsaber wins.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Woot! Saw my item. Now to see if it survives the culling.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Clay Clouser wrote:
King Tius wrote:
I am tired of asian-flavored items where I have to look up half the words so I know what they are. Makes phone voting a pain in the butt. Also, if I see another snake-themed item I may eat my own tail...
A snake eating its own tail would make a great ring!

Or a pun name for an item.

Marathon Voter 2013, Dedicated Voter 2015

Montréal, Québec here. :-P

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