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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Me too. It can't be any worse than playing nursemaid to a kid who was under psychiatric watch for threatening to shoot his school up. Since they broke the story I can say that's how I spent last weekend. Talk about high alert ...
Glad they stopped him before he could carry out his plan.
The Minis Maniac wrote:
Hmmm......... so need a bit of advice. The situation is the PCs are in a city that has just been besieged and is currently basically destroyed, and full of demons and baddies and we just had PC death. I am going to encounter the new PC in the road just finishing a fight. ( the next encounter is slightly tough and the PCs are battered). Is it fair to have the new PC roll a % dice to see what health they are at as they have been in the fight for the city?
I'd recommend using a range of, say, 30-80 (since the assumption is that the new PC has taken some damage, but you don't want the PC to be at death's door). Then you can roll a 10d6 and add it to 20 (or 1d6, multiplied by 10, and added to 20).
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I imagine the experience you've had running games makes you pretty good at stats and rules. Plus, actually doing it makes you better at doing it.
Or so I've heard. :)
I'll post over there again. This week got away from me. :S
GM Treppa wrote:
You can never have too many rogue-types. :)
I'll finish up my character tonight/tomorrow and have it ready for review.
Maybe you can talk Forest Guardian into letting you gift the duplicate prize to someone else. :)
Rusted Iron Games wrote:
Thank you, everyone, for participating! I had a lot of fun with this giveaway, and I hope you did too. I sent off PM's to those who didn't receive any prizes, so I can give you a small consolation prize (I truly wish I could give PDFs to everyone who joined in).
Thanks to terraleon, Isuru, and Ambrosia Slaad, who swooped in to offer prizes. It warmed my badger heart to get some help with this, and I very much appreciate the generosity on display.
Thanks also to all the third-party publishers who dove in with prize support of their own: Flaming Crab, Legendary Games, Forest Guardian, Purple Duck Games, Rusted Iron Games, Rogue Genius Games, and Pyromaniac Press! I hope you all check out their offerings.
If you did receive a prize, please consider leaving a review for the PDF you received. Reviews help third-party publishers immensely.
Thanks again! I'm looking forward to doing this again next year.