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Halflight Path | Year/Shadow Lodge


Started playing & DMing D&D in 1979 at the age of 10. Joined PFS in 2010.




4 Star Venture Agent - Denver, CO

About GM Roll4initiative

DH's Guide to PbP Gaming.

d100 & d% Rolls: I don't call high or low when rolling d100. If it's a 20% miss chance, then a roll of 1 to 20 on d100 misses.
50%? A roll of 1 to 50 misses.

Useful Sites

Line Break Removal Tool
You can remove line breaks from blocks of text but preserve paragraph breaks with this tool.
If you've ever received text that was formatted in a skinny column with broken line breaks at the end of each line, like text from an email or copy and pasted text from a PDF column with spacing, word wrap, or line break problems then this tool is pretty darn handy.

Reverse & Mirror Text Generator
This reverse text generator will take a word like "reverse" for example and change the letter order so that it now reads "esrever".
There is also a mirror mode option where the letters are mirror backwards versions of themselves but can also be put in reverse order. So for example, the word "MIRROR", would now look like "MIЯЯOЯ" when the mirror text option is chosen. It's like you're writing backward.


Golarion Language Stand-ins:

Aboleth = R'Lyehian
Abyssal = Urdu
Aklo = Telugu
Ancient Osiriani = Lao
Aquan = Tamil
Auran = Armenian
Azlanti = Greek
Catfolk = Basque
Celestial = Arabic
Draconic = Bengali
Drow = Tamil
Druidic = Irish
Dwarven = Hebrew
Elven = Welsh
Erutaki = Finnish
Giant = Latvian
Gnoll = Indonesian
Gnome = Hungarian
Goblin = Maltese
Halfling = Estonian
Hallit = Russian
Hongali = Albanian
Ignan = Georgian
Infernal = Persian
Kelish = Catalan
Lizardfolk = Maori
Minkaian = Japanese
Necril = Khmer
Orc = Czech
Osiriani = Gujarati
Polyglot = Swahili
Senzar = Macedonian
Shae = Belarusian
Shoanti = Croatian
Skald = Icelandic
Sylvan = Korean
Tengu = Filipino
Terran = Yiddish
Thassilonian = Kannada
Tien = Chinese (Traditional)
Undercommon = Thai
Varisian = Lithuanian
Varki = Malay
Vegepygmy = Zulu
Vudrani = Hindi