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Goblinworks Executive Founder. RPG Superstar 2013 Dedicated Voter, 2014 Star Voter. Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStar Venture-Lieutenant, North Carolina—Asheville. 4,623 posts (5,038 including aliases). 1 review. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 24 Pathfinder Society characters. 53 aliases.


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Dieben wrote:

I went into Canada a few months back and visited a beach while camping. I collected some beach stones like I do every year and at the end of my trip, chucked them on the passenger floor of my car. I later arrived at customs and was asked if I had brought anything back with me. I had the lack of foresight to respond, "Just some rocks."

2 hours later and I still couldn't sit comfortably when I was finally on the road again.

Wonder if you had said stones instead of rocks if it would have had a different result.

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So you are wanting to print on your own 3D printer then?

Your best bet may be to just dig into searching the web. This may be a good starting point. It may at least get you closer to what you are looking for.

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Sitting at the bar at 9 Mile, a Jamacian restaurant in Asheville, listening to reggae and waiting on my order of jerked Mahi over rice.

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Ah ha! It took some digging, but I found the thread!

<must get folks to post more here to keep the thread up top ;) >

A-hem ...

HEAR YE, HEAR YE!

The APL's Anniversary game is almost upon us and we have about 20 seats we can fill!

Are you tired of holiday shopping?

Fed up with setting up decorations?

Becoming more Scroogity every day?

Well, we have what you need!!!

That clatter you hear on the roof isn't reindeer, it's Pathfinder Agents.

That sound you thought was bells? Nope, it's the clashing of swords.

Carols? Nuh-uh, it's the cries of those who fall and the cheers of the victors.

Making merry and wassailing? Well, merriment during the game, sure ... and probably beer (for those of drinking age) at the APB afterwards (assuming they are open) ... not sure abut wassail though ...

You know you want to take part in the festivities and the Race for the Runecarved Key!

Sign up at Warhorn!!!

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Drejk wrote:
Timitius wrote:
People do have lives, after all. ;-)
They do?!

Oh Drjek, don't you start talking like my boss! ;)

Yes, yes we do ... though they may be more full of work than we would like sometimes ... of course Wayfinder is not work, but an escape from work. I think we should have everything good to go before the end of the year.

Still not giving spoilers ... though I gotta give a big "Thank You" to Alex "CanadaGuy" Moore ... you know what I'm talking about. ;)

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D'oh! I forgot to update the card on the account to the new card my bank sent after the Home Depot debacle ... Will get that corrected shortly. Thanks Sara.

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Just curious. I will be gifting scenarios to some new PFS Gms in our local lodge and want to be sure of the cost per scenario gifted.

Sovereign Court *** Venture-Lieutenant, North Carolina—Asheville , Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014 aka zylphryx

Good news indeed. Looking forward to the changes.

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STR:13
INT:17
WIS:13
DEX:13
CON:9
CHR:13

Wizard ... suboptimized Magus ... with a runny nose.

I'm definitely putting my 2 point human ability adjustment into CON ...

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Sweet! Glad you are having a great time in Egypt and looking forward to the photos. :)

Sovereign Court *** Venture-Lieutenant, North Carolina—Asheville , Dedicated Voter 2013, Star Voter 2014 aka zylphryx

well, here's the rub. We still have a few open seats and we are three days out from playing. The tables we lost were not overly full and I believe those who were signed up have found seats at other tables.

Since we are not seeing any waitlisting with the sign ups, this looks like it will be a light APL weekend, which is fine. If we have folks walk in, we will seat who we can and if we have more players than spaces available at the FPS tables, we do have a PF Card Game table open for each slot, both of which have open seats. Might I suggest folks give the card game a try?

It honestly is not fair to a GM, nor to the players, to minimize prep time for a scenario due to lack of early sign up. Sign ups are how we gauge the interest / commitment level for a weekend and if folks don't sign up, we will give those who normally GM a chance to play.

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Congrats Gorbacz!

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you can post the url

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any chance of having that ship before next month? It was part of this month's subscription order after all.

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Hi Folks,

I just got order #3320020 today. It did contain the Monster Codex but did not contain AP#87: The Choking Tower.

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Oh sure, post up some random stuff to boost that post count. ;)

On a game related note, if you have not yet tried to the card game out, give it a shot. It is definitely a different experience, but with the iconics we have all grown to love ... or hate ... depends on your point of view on iconics I guess. ;)

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Fack or eff-y-que ... I'm FAQ-flexible ;)

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At this point it looks like nothing. Been dealing with city government permits for the last hour ...

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1) so we found the eight bodies you stashed in your crawlspace, the six others buried in your rose garden, the two you somehow managed to stuff inside the doors of your Buick ... are there any that we missed?

2) If I were to buy a tuxedo, what color should it be?

3) Did you have a fun birthday?

Dear next poster, please accept these answers to your next three questions:

1. Orangutans are just soooo much cooler.

2. Why yes I did get a permit for that.

3. Hoping is a futile effort in this case.

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Soooo ...

Ustalavian? Ustalavic? Ustalavite? ;)

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1. So back in the 80's, what ever happened to Vanilla Ice?

2. Why is that xkcd put out a perfect comic today to give an answer to a thread that got closed yesterday?

3. Should I even ask why you are dressed that way or who the Keelhauled Lubbers are?

Dear next poster, the completely accurate and irrefutable answers to your next three questions are:

1. Yes ... well, no ... I guess it could be ... oh just forget it, it's probably not worth it in the long run.

2. If you really want to, then sure, but just remember there are probably unforeseen repercussions.

3. NO! FORTHELOVEOFALLTHATISHOLYANDGOOD NO! Unless it's Friday, in which case all bets are off.

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Arnwyn wrote:
zylphryx wrote:
Actually, by taking the stance of "if an author does not finish a series that she no longer wishes to work on, folks should no longer purchase her work", you are in essence forcing the author to continue a path she does not want to follow or lose her source of income. It is not holding a physical gun to the head, but it still is a means of force. So, explicitly no one has said anything about forcing an author to do any such thing, but implicitly, yes, yes it was said.

And this is a very good thing. Nobody is entitled to money from the consumer market if consumers don't want to give it to them. Nobody.

And no, there is no "force". The author chose his/her vocation, and chose the consumer market. They will meet market needs, if they want money. No "force"... they can decide. But they're not entitled to money, or do 'what they want' and expect money.

(I have to say... your statement above sounds suspiciously like: "Oh no! I'm somewhat beholden to the people who give me money!" Uh huh... You don't say?)

Quote:
Granted, people should vote with their wallets.

And there you go - you said it yourself. That's all that needs to be said.

Now, with all that said, I do think it is foolish for fans to 'demand' authors to finish what they started. It's closing the barn after the horses have fled. If authors not finishing stories becomes prevalent in the industry, fans should simply smarten up and quit purchasing series until they are complete... that'll smarten up the authors pretty fast once that happens even over a short term. Might properly shake up the industry a bit.

And the selective quotation award goes to ...

Seriously, nice picking and choosing there. ;)

Do you care to acknowledge this part of my quote?

zylphryx wrote:
EDIT: And to be clear, as I have stated from the beginning, I personally believe there is no obligation on either party's side. The author owes the fan nothing other than the actual books the fan purchased. The fan owes the author nothing beyond the book(s) they have already purchased.

Seems to basically state what you have stated with:

Arnwyn wrote:
Nobody is entitled to money from the consumer market if consumers don't want to give it to them. Nobody.

Yes, a selective quote ... of course I also included the full quote at the start. ;)

My point is the door swings both ways. There is no obligation beyond the transactions that have already occurred between both parties. Unless, of course, there is a written contract, in which case, yes, there is an obligation and one party will owe the other party something, depending on the phrasing of the contract.

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thejeff wrote:
zylphryx wrote:

Civilization is not based on creatives who produce works of entertainment being forced to continue to produce work they no longer wish to produce. Demanding they do so is analogous to the boss at a job you are wanting to leave claiming you owe the company since you did good work and forcing you to continue at a job at which you have no desire to continue.

In truth, he could beg you to stay and refuse to rehire you if you come back looking for work. You owe him nothing more than the labor you provided. When you leave, he owes you nothing further unless he feels the desires to give it. The same princie holds for authors and those who paid for the work the author produced.

Absolutely no one has said a damn thing about forcing authors to do any such thing.

Actually, by taking the stance of "if an author does not finish a series that she no longer wishes to work on, folks should no longer purchase her work", you are in essence forcing the author to continue a path she does not want to follow or lose her source of income. It is not holding a physical gun to the head, but it still is a means of force. So, explicitly no one has said anything about forcing an author to do any such thing, but implicitly, yes, yes it was said.

Granted, people should vote with their wallets. It is an effective means to bring about change. But if an author states she has no passion for the series any longer, that she is no longer happy when working on it, should one still continue to demand the creator give up her happiness / enjoyment in the work she wants to do in order to satisfy the Fans desire for closure to a story arc?

EDIT: And to be clear, as I have stated from the beginning, I personally believe there is no obligation on either party's side. The author owes the fan nothing other than the actual books the fan purchased. The fan owes the author nothing beyond the book(s) they have already purchased.

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Civilization is not based on creatives who produce works of entertainment being forced to continue to produce work they no longer wish to produce. Demanding they do so is analogous to the boss at a job you are wanting to leave claiming you owe the company since you did good work and forcing you to continue at a job at which you have no desire to continue.

In truth, he could beg you to stay and refuse to rehire you if you come back looking for work. You owe him nothing more than the labor you provided. When you leave, he owes you nothing further unless he feels the desires to give it. The same princie holds for authors and those who paid for the work the author produced.

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Ditto. I know one of mine got in (and I am hoping the other got in as well).

Got contacted by the editor who had cleaned up my text a good bit by removing extraneous text, freeing up enough space for an additional entry ... Paris, I think you may like it. :)

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MMCJawa wrote:

why are we having discussion of buying a book in a ongoing series that just has "HAHAHA" written for 300 pages? That...would never happen, because editors and publishers are not idiots

You might as well lead with an example such "What if reading the first sentence summons a Balor that then eats all my family members in front of me".

It would be terrifying ... and probably grounds for suing the publishing company for not vetting the material for summoning magic. Definitely a case of Supernatural Criminal Negligence.

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Unreasonable demands like "how dare you have a life!!! Get back to writing my book b~%+$!"

And unfortunately you do see things along those lines pop up from a rabid fan base.

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Dave, Dan, Don, Dale, Dean, even Damien ... don't ask me how they got the last one from Dain.

And when folks spell my last name, they somehow forget the "i before e except after c" rule ... or just drop the i entirely.

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1. So what is that new counting convention used by ichthyologists?
2. Can you name a recently committed, worldwide, crime against humanity?
3. What the hell do you mean I was breaking the law when I was eating breakfast this morning???

Dear person who will be posting next in this thread, here are the answers to life's pestering questions ... pestering, like kids in the back seat during a two week family road trip ...

1. Fruits and vegetables being used as verbs
2. Because it's my favorite freakin' Cards Against Humanity card, that's why!
3. It's one of the risks of the job ... I just hope it grows back.

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On the one hand, yeah, I agree there is an expectation that you have bought into the story arc when you buy that first book in the series. However, that is not mutually exclusive with the concept that there is an overwhelming sense of entitlement from some fans of successful book series (and TV, RPG series, etc. as well).

People love what they love and will want more of it. However, if an author loses interest in the storyline, does the author still owe it to the fans to complete the story? I don't think so. If the author is under contract with a publisher to complete X number of installments of a series, that is one thing, and yes, the author could very well be forced to continue with a story arc or world of his creation that he would much rather just drop. But if there is no legal contract, the author should either wrap it all up in a final installment, which would most likely be unfulfilling to the readers as the author no longer has a passion for the material, or leave it unfinished. Ideally in the latter case, they would allow another author to take up the mantle, if there is another author wanting to do so, but I don't think an author, or any other creative individual for that matter, should be forced into a position of feeling guilt or receive any abuse because some vocal folks "WANT MOAR NOW!!1!!".

KestrelZ also raises a good point as far as the George R R Martin example. In some ways, by agreeing to have the books adapted for the small screen, he has put himself in the position where there could be pressure from an external force that is not from an overblown sense of entitlement, but rather from a business arrangement that he may not be able to deliver on, resulting in either a premature end to the HBO series or content being created from outside his intended story arc.

EDIT: All that said, if an author or other creative type decides to abandon a project that has a loyal following, they should not expect all future endeavors to have the same results. To do so would be a sense of entitlement from the creative's side ("They loved my other stuff, they should love this stuff too.").

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
I like bacon, but I think it's overrated here in the internet.

Sacrilege! It is impossible to overrate bacon. ;)

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Went camping this weekend with a bunch of friends. Sunday morning there was what seemed a never ending plate of bacon. Cooked in the out of doors on cast iron griddles. It was like bacon heaven.

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I sometimes recline, it really depends on the flight, whether I need to grab some sleep on the flight, who I am sitting next to, etc. I am 6'3" as well.

And I let the person behind me know that I will be reclining before I do so. Mainly due to almost having my laptop get crushed (the area between the tray table and the back of the seat decreases rather dramatically and the area where the tray table goes becomes a laptop screen trap) by someone who did not let me know they were going to recline before doing so, but also because it is the civil thing to do.

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Get rid of the mount at 7th level, get jaunt boots(allows you to move 15' as a 5' step 3 times a day ... perfect for stepping in from the back to "kill" that foe who "merely stumbled" when your ally attacked him), equip your bard and one other cohort with boots of the enduring march (1500gp a pop and will allow them to force march a bit easier for the extended retreats), have the bard sing your PCs "praises" and have the other clap together two coconut shells in rhythm with your PC's jouncing step.

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Game over, man! Game over!

<contemplates>

Game on, man! Game on!

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You don't like the pun thread I set up in your honor? Don't make be break out a punrant. ;)

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Eight versions, Jason, eight. We just did not need to use that final one. ;)

<goes off to tuck in the .indd file and wish it sweet dreams>

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What’s going on this weekend … I seem to get asked that a lot for some reason. Probably because I always answer the question. Well no more, I tell you! No more! I’m going to start just … oh who the hell am I kidding.

Here’s what’s going on this weekend.

Friday September 12

12:30pm-4:30pm

Assault on the Kingdom of the Impossible – This season 1 scenario is for tier 1-5. So an Aspis agent is jacking shipments of relics, artifacts, and what not on the island of Jalmeray. They even went so far as to kill a Venture Captain (but fear not, it was not Luth). Head out there and put a stop to his shenanigans. There is one open seat for this table currently.

Shadow’s Last Stand – Part II: Web of Corruption – This season 2 scenario is for tier 1-7. So back in the day, before the Shadow Lodge stopped being a faction and before it first became a faction, it was a splinter cell which caused all sorts of trouble. The leader was unknown … until this scenario. Yes, it is the appearance of The Spider (and no, we’re not talking Boris the Spider). Head to Almas and find The Spider’s whereabouts and true identity. There are 3 open seats for this table currently.

5:30pm-9:30pm

Mists of Mwangi – This season 0 scenario is for tier 1-5. Cursed monkey idols from the Mwangi Expanse beig shipped to the Blackros Museum. What could go wrong? After all, the Blackros Museum knows how to safely handle material lik… BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Yeah right! It’s the freaking Blackros Museum. This table is currently full.

The Quest for Perfection – Part III: Defenders of Nesting Swallow – This season 3 scenario is for tier 1-5. So I have said it before and I will say it again, the mini game in this scenario is pretty awesome. You also are in Tian Xia looking for some relic and fighting off tengu bandits, you know, as the RPG part of the scenario. ;) And this is the finale to the QfP trilogy; I strongly recommend playing through with the same PC. This table is currently full.

Saturday September 13

12:30pm-4:30pm

Fingerprints of the Fiend – This season 0 scenario is for tier 7-11. It’s a race against the Aspis Consortium to locate the fabled city of Rachikan. Of course, the person who was looking for it was the nephew of a retired pathfinder. and he went missing. So you get to go to Cheliax and find him … and hopefully the lost city. There are 2 open seats for this table currently.

The Tide of Twilight – This season 3 scenario is for tier 1-5. Every time I see this listed, I feel I must give warning. THIS IS A POTENTIALLY DEADLY SCENARIO! OK, that’s out of the way. Evil druids, people turning into beasts … you know, all the makings of a memorable adventure. Just play with caution. This table is currently full.

Port Godless - This season 5 scenario is for tier 5-9. Head to Rahadoum to find out what has happened to several Riftwardens who have recently disappeared there. If you succeed, the Society could have found additional allies for their endeavors in the Worldwound. There are 2 open seats for this table currently.

Trial by Machine­ – This season 6 scenario is for tier 1-5. So I have it on good authority that one should NOT play this with a brand new level 1 PC. Consider yourself warned. Absalom has had many failed invasions leaving behind countless siege towers. One of these, lead by the Numerian “machine mage” Karamoss 1000 years ago, is currently use by the Society as a training ground. Unfortunately, someone did not turn it off completely … This table is currently full.

5:30pm-9:30pm

The Citadel of Flame­ – This season 1 scenario is for tier 1-5. So a cult which preached self immolation as a means to achieve paradise was presumed to have been wiped out decades ago. Both the forces of Sarenrae and the cultists were engulfed by a massive sandstorm. Bet some of your PCs will wish it had remained buried … this one has some tough moments if you are unprepared. There are 3 open seats for this table currently.

The Quest for Perfection – Part III: Defenders of Nesting Swallow – This season 3 scenario is for tier 1-5 … ever get that feeling you have been somewhere, seen something, typed something before? Yeah, so look above in Friday … and the minigame is very cool. ;) There are 3 open seats for this table currently.

Glories of the Past – Part II: The Price of Friendship – This season 4 scenario is for tier 5-9. Welcome to Orc Town! Yep, head to the orc city of Urglin to find a guide to take you to the orc capital of Urgir in the Hold of Belkzen. Nothing like being surrounded by a bunch of orcs who would just as soon see you lying dead at their feet and not being able to swat at them with your murderhobo stick of sharp stabby stabbing. There are 2 open seats for this table currently.

The Hellknight’s Feast – This season 5 scenario is for tier 5-9. It’s a party! Break out your shindig gear for a formal banquet hosted by Michella and Damian Blakros and prepare to hob nob with the movers and shakers of Absalom. Oh yeah, you need to try to convice the movers and shakers to support the Society’s endeavors in the Worldwound. Which you would think they would be happy to do, but some folks just go “meh” when they are told about demons ravaging the countryside … This table is currently full.

First Steps – Part I: In Service to Lore – This intro scenario is for level 1 PCs only. You remember those good old days when you were just out of the academy and got sent on you first mission that did NOT involve a minotaur? Relive those times again! The ones without the minotaur, I mean … There are 2 open seats for this table currently.

There you go, now go sign up at Warhorn!!

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That's it, I'm quitting PathfBWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAA ... I just can't ... I can't say that with a straight face ...

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<murmur murmur rumor murmur>

<shuffles out of thread>

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Good luck in finding affordable physical copies. Used copies of #1 are currently listed starting at ~$95 on Amazon, ~$100 on Ebay; #2 is ~$64 on Amazon and not listed on Ebay; You can actually find #3 at about list price on Amazon and Ebay.

PDFs may be the way to go for #1 and 2.

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See, folks think that TOZ stands for TriOmegaZero, and that is what TOZ wants you to think as well.

It actually stands for Totally Omniscient Zealot.

Or maybe it's Zombie ...

could be Zucchini ...

possibly Zebra ...

only TOZ knows for sure.

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I'm just seeing $119 as the lowest rate. Where are you looking Majuba?

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The 8th Dwarf wrote:

The Cat Empire is an Australian ska and jazz band formed in 1999. Their sound is a fusion of jazz, ska, funk and rock with heavy Latin influences.

The Cat Empire - Days like these

They are one of my favourite bands and awesome live. It's summer music..bbq, beers on the patio or porch... Afternoons at the beach.

Yep that was the first thing I thought of with the thread title. Hello was the track that got me hooked several years ago. Wish they would make it to somewhere close to me, but the closest locations I have seen on the US tours are still about 500 miles away minimum.

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yeah, but I would classify the Wall of Fire as an effect, not an object. It cannot be grabbed or manipulated as iron, stone or ice can; it has no hardness, etc. As it is not an object, but rather an effect, it should be able to be created wherever.

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Wall of Fire, Wall of Force - yes, though they are immobile, so you would have these walls staying where they were created.

Wall of Ice - no, it is an anchored wall.

Wall of Stone - no, it must merge with an adjoining rock surface.

Wall of Iron - no, you can have it be a vertical wall either attached to or resting upon solid surface (though you can knock over the vertical wall) - EDIT: corrected conditions for the spell

Having it be a conjuration spell is not an issue, as it is Conjuration (creation), not Conjuration (summoning) ... you cannot summon creatures into areas win which they cannot survive (i.e. - you cannot summon a blue whale and a bowl of petunias so they would be in free fall 5 miles in the air above the ground). I do not believe there is a similar limitation on creation spells.

EDIT: Prismatic Wall - yes, though it is immobile and would remain where cast.

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Board game submitted.

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Congrats Thea!

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Congrats Mike!

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