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I love the fact that my son is the smartist kid in his class at day care


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I love having a scan with my wife and seeing my unborn babies heart beat for the first time
it take's my breath away everytime


Just about all the players i game with do not plan out there characters in any great detail at best we think a couple of levels ahead but its not set in stone
Example my fighter in carrion crown is a spear and shield user and has been since first level, however we picked up a potent bastard sword which i liked so next level i took the exotic weapon feat bastard sword .
She's still better with the spear in general combat but now has an extra option in combat


6 arms interesting you could go two one handed weapons two small shields and the other two can hold the cheese board


Just a quick question what do you think makes some one a power game
As opposed to an optimizer


Metagaming is when you use knowledge that your character has no way of knowing
Whether from system knowledge or just player experience .
Look up information about monsters or gear and the like to use at the table is just plain cheating , i ban all books from the table except core rules if someone wants to look up anything not in CRB then they ask in first what it is they are after then i let them use the book they require i never allow players to look at any of the monster manuals at the table


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I love when my eldest boy calls to his brother to come and play with him
I love when my boys climb in to bed with the wife and i in the mornings and give us both hugs


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I love sitting with my two boys reading them story's


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I love the two bottles of very fine Irish whiskey i got for Christmas
I love the fact that my wife and i are expecting another baby


I drink therefore i am


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I love my life because my son will randomly walk up to me and say
I love you daddy and give me a hug
Or when my younger son comes running to greet as i get home from work


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I love reading bedtime story's to my oldest boy and watching him fall asleep
I also love watching my 20 year old nephew playing with my two boys (who are both under three) on Christmas day with the gifts he had bought them


But what for you do about rolling monster hit points ?


The new star wars can never remember what its full name is
But still think traveller is better bet


My two coppers worth go shadowrun ( 3rd ed i played 4+5 ok but not a patch on 3) plus it sounds like you already have the rules and there loads of stuff online in pdf
Also traveller ( the mongoose version is good plus quite easy to get hold of) star wars is good but system a little odd but everyone knows the setting


Yes but to a party geared for combat, a greater challenge may be found in other ways
Im not say no combat but having characters have to think outside the box can provide some memorable games


Mr haunt makes a good point have a sit down with your friend and ask him his ideas for his character and what he wants to achieve ,then give some advice but leave all the choices up to him .
That way he gets the advantage of your game knowledge but the character concept is all his, and maybe a one on one mini adventure so he can better get to grips with the finer points of his fighter
And by the way beans on toast is not breakfast its just a snack now a full blown fry up that's breakfast eggs bacon sausage mushrooms black pudding beans fried slice and a mug of tea that's breakfast


A serious challenge doesn't always mean loads of combat a tricky puzzle that requires good team week can prove a real challenge and maybe one there not set up for and so even more difficult


And anyway there is only one way to play this game wrong and that's to not have fun if he's enjoying playing his fighter then that's fine not everyone wants or needs a super min/max character to have fun if


Let the guy play what he wants as long as he's having fun leave him be
Just because he's not playing a super character doesn't mean he can't be a useful party member


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The evil mage in "Your Highness"
"Magic M~+$%@ F#&&#+"


In my mind your running pathfinder if the core rule system is in the pathfinder main rules you just need to let players know in advance that you have some house rules restrictions etc


Laurefindel has hit the nail on the head there is plenty of magic in lord of the rings it's just much more subtle than the normal gamers version which is a fireball in the face


I quite enjoy low magic games as it often forces the players to be more creative in there game play.
As I've often found players become very dependant on there magic user having just the spell for this occasion , to often have i witnessed interesting and well thought out encounters bypassed or walked over because one of the casters in the group pulls out a wired spell which he's never cast before and probably will never cast again.
Im not say that magic should never be the answer to the problem just it shouldn't be the answer all the time.
And also if magic is a little more rare then it can keep some of its sense of mystery and not become just another thing that players do because they can


My god where did you dig this thread up from


What a truly sad thing to do
How about you sit the guy down and talk to him about his character . As a DM you are ment to remain neutral in ALL things game related not kill someone's character just because YOU didn't like


Thanks


Captains in the Royal Navy are still taught how to use a sextun (i know that's probably spelt wrong )
British nuclear submarines spend there entire 6 week patrol underwater submurgeing and surfacing with in there covered docks


Hi Mark sorry to hear your having a few problems with your game.
I remember you talking about it on another thread and i thought it sounded like a great idea
Most of the guys i game with are old friends , and we hang out when we can ( which isn't often any more due to work and kids ) but we meet up at birthday parties and the like plus a load of us are going away for a mini games convention which is always a blast.
If you ever want to bounce any ideas about the pm me i love to talk about gaming and ideas for games
Can't wait for my boys to be old enough to play


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Are you guys serious about being worried about there being legal problems because your refusing to let a guy play in your group !!!!!!
Sorry but coming from England that seems like one f#~+ed up legal system


I think piano should consider printing more one off adventures which are not part of any ap or area specific
As i like there ap's a lot but dont alwayswant to play or run 6 linked adventures


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Hi all ok firstly I've just scanned this thread quickly but to my way of thinking the game is not a competition between players there is no winning as an individual just as a group .
If the party defeats the bad guys , solves the mystery , saves the realm whatever then they win as a group.
sure mages are powerful in a battle but they need support from others to stay safe especially when there getting sack time.
And remember what ever tricks and tactics players can come up with so can the DM


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This really sucks a very funny a talented man prayers for his family


Tell them that your not pulling punches and they need to know there limits
And if that don't work kill them
In character of course


Treat him like any other character if he dies then he dies don't sweat it none


Man you hit the nail right on the head there my friend could not agree more with EVERYTHING you said


Pacing is always tricky it just takes experience but remember you don't have to finish an adventure each session let the players set the pace
Sometimes players will spend ages on something that you thought would only take 5 minutes just go with the flow


I got to meet Gary once at a gencon in Manchester in the UK by total chance he was staying in the same hotel as me
I can down one morning to see him sitting in the lobby drinking and reading a paper so i went over just to say thanks for all the fun times i had had playing D&D i didn't want to disturb him to much but he invited me to sit and we chatted for about 20 minutes or so tell his car arrived yo take him to the con it was a great experience from a true gentleman
I will always remember his last words as he got up "play the game how you want and have fun if it stops being fun then stop playing"
Well 34 years and counting and im still having fun
Here's to you Gary god bless you


You could allow him to drop points from other stats to raise his charisma
He's got the stats to do it but would say can't raise it above say 6 which is still pretty crap


A very cool thing to do well done all at paizo
Things like this show peoples true character (no pun intended )


Very cool always been a fan


There free to do what they please but I've put a plot hook in early on they get there as the unwelcome passenger on a ship which is carrying a powerful lich who is seeking certain powerful and ancient magic items
So the can try to get out or just stay and start fresh or try to foil the bad guy
I've also got some different types of magic items a common one will be spell tiles instead of scrolls or potions you have to break the tile to use them
So they can go off by accident or cam by used as traps .
I've also got lots of clues as to what's happened and where they are so should be good


Thank you only player in group who has played it before is my brother but that was about 20 years ago


Yep number ones on the money


No it has the same gods they are just inside the planet like a dyson sphere the curve of the planet is going upwards from the players point of view


That which does not kill me will wish it had by the time I'm finished with it .
We are the mosh we are here sniff that coke smoke that gear , We are the mosh we don't need luck we fight dirty them run like f$+@ .


I tell all my players at the start you can play what ever you like but remember its an adventurewho knows where you will end up don't complain when your wilderness expert ranger ends up in a dungeon or your urban spy master spends weeks treaking through a desert .
Be ready for anything


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All systems have this problem the more they release the more chance that people find fault with things i think the best way is if you don't like something don't use it all the rules are optional as long as every one playing knows what you are and are not using there should be no problems


Hi all i'm starting a new campaign and im going to throw a big curve ball at the party.
The games going to start normal enough but very quickly the party is going to end up in the oldhollow world setting from basic D&D (with a few changes) the idea behind it is the characters will be in a totally diffrent enviroment the whole world is filled with monsters and cultures from anichent history but twisted as it has evoled very differently from there world.
Things like it is always noon and the sun is red not real sunlight there are floating islands miles over there heads and the lands between citys is truly wild
Your thoughts please
Ps forgive the poor spelling but my smart phones is not being to smart


Come on guys would like a little feed back on my idea what are your thoughts

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