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On the ridiculous side, I always wanted to run a Scion/Exalted game, where the players are gods (scion rules + exalted charms), some fudging would have to be done to make both systems truly compatible and dice buckets would be thrown around everywhere but it would silly fun.
On the completely different end of the spectrum would be to run a pathfinder game where everyone starts as a lv1 commoner child, ideally village that gets attacked and it goes all apocalyptic, and basically have the players survive, a horror game through and through
So back to questions about the Iconics art
1) Whats the story behind of Amiri's tusk things on her left gauntlet?
male wraith biomedical scientist lv5/ film director lv3
Bennevy's attack missed, but Tommid, Sid and Ian managed to get some good hits on the man, though he is still standing strong. He turns on Sid and attacks with his small sword
He also lunges a claw attack at Bennevy
Kirko your turn
It may just be me, but I don't believe there is ever a point when the police should use lethal force, if a situation gets violent they already have several means to disable a perpetrator with non-lethal. Now there may be an argument that if civilians can use guns why not the police, which my retort is; civilians shouldn't have guns. The gun laws are forcing an escalation of violence and I believe police have adapted to it by becoming less empathetic and more likely to deal with the matter violently as a result.
These riots are just going to be the start.
Crystal Frasier wrote:
Shardra's appearance and figure are 100% home-grown, with no magic required. Any more specific information about her body is reserved for her, Kolo, and whoever she may spend a night with. And Valeros. Because one way or another, Valeros knows what's going on in everyone's pants.
HA I can just picture Valeros taking out a little notepad to keep track of it all
root of -2
The NPC wrote:
Worse they are completely normal and boring, they don't even drink! :P
Well a side to bloat people tend to forget; sometimes the options for the builds one wants to make aren't there yet and need more options to be viable. I have a player who refused to play d&d and pathfinder until archetypes came around just because they disliked all the options available to them at the time
Options can bring players into the game too