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Simon Legrande wrote:
The party wizard summoned a celestial snake to explore ahead of us. The rest of the party felt sorry for that poor snake being yoinked away from Mt Celestia into a stinking sewer and chastised the wizard for it. We never forgot that poor snake, and we're pretty sure the snake never forgot being summoned into a sewer.
As he slithered ahead, he must have been thinking "Why have you forsnaken me?"
Seconded. I stop reading when it starts out with that.
Advanced Race Guide:
Your eyes develop keener sight in dim light and darkness.
Prerequisites: Darkvision 60 ft., tiefling.
Benefit: You gain low-light vision and your darkvision improves to 120 ft.
Special: You can take this feat twice. When you take it a second time, you gain the see in darkness universal monster ability."
Or"Guys, do we want a personw ith us who can't communicate in battle or stressful situations unless we all stop what we're doing and watch him wave his hands around at us?"
Wizard: *Bluff check: raises hand (to draw Group's attention) and nods in response to question, giving Group "for shizzle" facial expression*
...and depending on wizard's Bluff roll vs. any applicable SM checks...
Majority of Group: "Yeah, I guess we do want that."
But then what are you doing for verbal component spells?
Eschew IncantationsYou have no need to speak to cast spells.
Prerequisite: Silent Spell
Benefit: You do not need to fulfill the
verbal components of spells in order to cast
them. You effectively treat all the spells
you cast as if they had been cast using the
Silent Spell metamagic feat, but the spell’s
level does not change, and no extra time is
required to cast it.
What do you think?
I like it.
Do you think this is a good way to set an example of what to do/what not to do?
I don't expect my players to do anything, so I don't set examples on how to play.
I would laugh when all the children died. I'd take the opportunity to describe some of their deaths in detail. Maybe one would be hanging on a ledge screaming "Help!...Why won't you help?" before he loses his grip and shouts F bombs at the party while falling to his death.
NPC Dave wrote:
McQueary though, if he tried that, he may have been ignored by the media.
Hmm, risk being turned down by the media or risk children being ass-raped indefinitely?
I do think it's easy to stand on moral high ground and point a finger and that it's not always easy to do the right thing. We're human and make mistakes. I probably would have done no better if I was in McQueary's shoes back then. If I was in his shoes today, I would hope I'd have the integrity to resign.
"I hear there's a rumor that there will be a more shocking development from the Second Mile Foundation -- and hold on to your stomachs, boys, this is gross, I will use the only language I can -- that Jerry Sandusky and Second Mile were pimping out young boys to rich donors. That was being investigated by two prominent columnists even as I speak."
Agree McQueary needs to go immediately.
I would allow him to sing this to the companion to get it back.
When you're weary
I'm on your side
When you're down and out
I'll take your part
Sail on Silver Girl,
See how they shine
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