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You trolled for me. How could you forget?

{twirls 'stache}

Andoran

Time flies fast when

whoa

due dates

Andoran

Necro is an anagram of Recon.


I'm sorry to have to pull this card, but, you want anagrams?

Andoran

Those aren't anagrams! They're them those solipsism things.

Spoonerisms.

Nope.


Somebody say something funny!


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Something funny.


Some random tidbits on my campaign setting not substantial enough to warrant a new thread:

I've decided to go with one magic system, not three. In effect, psionics are a subset of arcane magic, sharing the same source but slightly different implimentation, while divine magic doesn't exist, as the deities don't really do that kind of thing.

The necessary ajustments are to ban the Cleric, Druid, Paladin, and Oracle. The Inquisitor, meanwhile, is an alternate form of Magus. Rangers are unchanged asde from not being classified as divine, and remain able to use spells, though I do plan to explain that, in world, there are more Rangers with the Skirmisher archetype than without. Many of those divine spells that do not have direct reliance on divine intervention are being distributed among the remaining spellcasting classes. This includes healing. Yes, this does mean a Wizard or Sorcerer can learn to heal.

To prevent Wizards from becoming too powerful as a result to this increase in available spells, limits on how many spells a Wizard has in her spell book and where those spells will come from shall be enforced.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

Curious why did you decide to ban divine magic?

Andoran

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Because this is the Red Thread.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

As opposed to the green or yellow one? or blue perhaps I like the color blue.


Gruumash . wrote:
Curious why did you decide to ban divine magic?

It's because the direction I want to go in with deities does not fit with a pantheon of deities offering people magical power. What exists in the way of deities is far too mysterious and poorly understood. The basic situation is a lot like the real world. Many of us think there is something out there. Some believe they know what it is, others do not. Still others believe there is nothing. None of these people is demonstratably right or wrong. This direction does not fit well with the existance of divine-granted power.


Filibustering sucks!

[Pats Mama Kelsey's back supportively]

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

Fair enough. Why did you kick out druids then? They get their power not from gods but from the nature and earth itself. Was that also because you felt you wanted to keep it mysterious?


Druids got kicked for reasons unrelated to divine magic. I use a firearm heavy modified Pathfinder, and they are too melee focused. That said, while the class does not exist, Druids do exist as an organization with a large amount of power. They just take levels in Wizard (which has a homebrew nature archetype that mixes Druid spells with arcade power), Sorcerer (which has a homebrew animal bloodline available), Witch, Ranger, or, on occasion, Magus or Inquisitor. The class may not be around do to it's melee focus, but the character archetype and Druidic organizations do exist.


I use Inquisitors ase something of a non-religion alternative to the Paladin type character that can be of any alignment. Essentially, they are people who use a mixture of weapons and magic to further what they judge to be the cause of right and judge those they dislike. They are an alternate class of the Magus in my world, meaning that all Inquisitors are considered to be Magi.

Andoran

Druids aren't really that melee-centred? They can choose not to have animal companions, and they can wildshape into creatures that don't rely on melee abilities.

Then again, in a world with bulletproof vests and such, they won't fit in too well.

Man do I love druids.


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Because this is the Red Thread.

No Gods, No Masters!


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Man do I love druids.

Hippie.


Down with Hippies


I like hippies.


You would

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

Man that Humperdink does not like you Doodlebug.

Andoran

You okay, DA?


I'm fine, thank you. How are you?


Actually, I'm still sad.


Oh, and that Humperdink fellow isn't even a real Anklebiter.

Andoran

We should petition Gary to find out what happened to Leafar. I hope he didn't get banned.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Kelsey have you read anything on the Dark Sun campaign setting?


I believe he disappeared for something like 3/4ths of a year the last time people yelled at him. :(


Gark the Goblin wrote:

Druids aren't really that melee-centred? They can choose not to have animal companions, and they can wildshape into creatures that don't rely on melee abilities.

Then again, in a world with bulletproof vests and such, they won't fit in too well.

Man do I love druids.

I've always thought of wildshape as their primary combat tool, however. They do fit in (the technology level is a mix of 1880s, my own ideas, and magic), but I use other classes to make them.


JMD031 wrote:
Kelsey have you read anything on the Dark Sun campaign setting?

Not very much, no.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
JMD031 wrote:
Kelsey have you read anything on the Dark Sun campaign setting?
Not very much, no.

It might be of some assistance in your campaign. In the Dark Sun campaign the Gods are dead. Clerics exist, but can still cast spells due a connection to the world. Also, if your world has religious ideas like the modern world then it would make sense to have clerics who don't cast spells. Or whatever.


JMD031 wrote:
Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
JMD031 wrote:
Kelsey have you read anything on the Dark Sun campaign setting?
Not very much, no.
It might be of some assistance in your campaign. In the Dark Sun campaign the Gods are dead. Clerics exist, but can still cast spells due a connection to the world. Also, if your world has religious ideas like the modern world then it would make sense to have clerics who don't cast spells. Or whatever.

In my world it was never really sure they existed. That said, there are plenty of clerics who don't cast spells. You can make a cleric with any class, as being a cleric is basically fluff.


How bards are done.

B@~%!+#$, women can't be good soldiers.


Julie d'Aubigny was badass!


Acolyte of Leafar the Loved wrote:
Oh, and that Humperdink fellow isn't even a real Anklebiter.

I most certainly am an Anklebiter. I just follow a different drum than the other Anklebiters I am a free thinker.

Andoran

I'm a free drinker.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I like to drink for free.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules Subscriber

What is your preference for drinks?

Andoran

Free ones?


Hello, Gark, Gruumash., JMDwhatever, Mama Kelsey and all my other FAWTL Refugee thread friends!


Howdy there. How is my favorite goblin.


I am well.

My car is finally fixed. Well, not really, but it's inspected. And although I think it's still a deathtrap, at least it's legal.

It's spring. My compound-mate's dogs are growing fast. Our party cleric has moved out and so far survived his experiments in Buddhist homelessness. There are gardens both at the compound and at my parents' house. My mother has a new kitten. You know, all that good ol' nature shiznit with some Eastern religion thrown in for good measure.

Actually, speaking of religion, there's a book sale at the Methodist church tomorrow. There's some Methodists out there who read some good books, lemme tell you.

What's down in Orcland?


The wife and I are going to take in the Avengers film this evening then head to the Brimfield Fair on the morrow. Then celebrate Mother's Day might stop in to see my Mother as well as get my wife something more than likely at the Fair tomorrow.

What do you grow in your compounds gardens? Do you live close to your parents? Do you have alot of house mates? Glad to hear the car is back in business. It is funny I read kitten as kitchen I guess I have cooking on the brain.


Nice try, Dorkmash. Details about the Free NH compound are top secret!!

What's the Brimfield Fair?


Oh look, another day spent trolling on Paizo. How fulfilling!

Good night you kings of New England, you princes of Maine!


ha ha I did not know you were a gardener type.

The Brimfield Fair is the world's largest outdoor Antique Fair. It's huge will all sorts of stuff there. Carolyn and I like the antique stuff.

What kind of dogs do you have? I thought goblins hated dogs?

So going to check out the Methodist book sale huh. I may pick up some nice hard cover books tomorrow if the price is right.


Hey how come your not posting in our game by the way? I wanted to see your other 5 NPCs enemies.

Andoran

The Crimson Masque wrote:
Our party cleric has moved out and so far survived his experiments in Buddhist homelessness.

I have been intrigued by this idea for a while. Well not the religion bit, but I might head into the wilderness once school is out.

I really want to see The Avengers because it was made by The Whedon. I might ride into town this weekend?
S!+~ I should've gone to the theater today.

This is a game my friend is playing.

V for Vendetta is pretty great, even if it doesn't hold up too well to successive viewings. I appreciated the 1984 references.

e: well guten nacht I suppose

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