guess i should be watching She-Ra...
It's a fun series and honestly Starfinder is a good fit for it. Strong mix of Magic and Sci-Fi, evil Galactic Overlord with an endless army, Magical Princesses, mysterious ancient civilization that wanted to harness magic for their own ends, etc...
Lots of great stuff to build a campaign around
It's an amazing mix of fun and nerve-wracking isn't it. It can be worse than a horror game sometimes.
The 2nd game is good too. It's a little more railroady, and giving the main character a voice and some people to interact with gives it a very different feel from the first game, but it also has a lot more building options
Night Below - Day 1
Pretty good night, felt great to get back into the swing of things. Only got to use half the cave I'd made though. Group made a ruckuss so the Boss came to them
Did our session Zero for the Night Below (I updated the old2E box set for Pathfinder), we start the actual campaign this friday.
Dwarf Paladin (Stonelord)
They seem like a pretty solid group and I'm looking forward to DMing the campaign.
After 2 years we are playing Face to face once more and I am looking forward to showing off all my 3d Printed terrain
So for a while now there has been this weird sort of "Ant-Man is super popular" thing going on in the background of a lot of the Phase 4 shows.
and now we learn about the Podcast
This is how Quantum Mania is going to start, With Scott coasting high on internet fame
Frankie Feldspar wrote:
One thing adding the giant monster dose is it distracts the Village giving you and excuse for why the entire horde doesn't come down on the Party's heads.
Plus it makes a great backdrop, PCs are fighting a group of Vegies but you get to throw in a description of the Rampaging T-rex in the background, tromping through a building.
It's more a narrative tool to help herd things around
When in doubt insert Chaos
For example an Explosion = Fire everywhere. Dangerous to both PCs and enemies Also can be used to create a "maze" that lets you control movement of both sides, letting you to break things up into small fights
Loud Noises could attract monsters in the area for example T-Rex. Fight is now a three way battle PCs vs. Vegis vs. T-Rex
and what if the Vegies have Prisoners.
Fire + T-rex + people in bamboo cages screaming in panic
That was a neat film and offering us some interesting possibilities for the future.
Comics or Movies Wanda just keeps getting put through the wringer
Ok so Young Avengers Role-call
probably can't count Billy and Tommy unless something weird happens,
and of course Kamala Khan incoming.
Well son of a.......
Couple of weird final twists there, not sure how I feel about the one. Just kind of a "What?...Him? Why?"
Figured out the Borg reveal in episode 9 but was not expecting the whole reason for her showing up and grabbing all the ships.
Going to guess that thing is part of season 3. Wondering if it connects to the first season
Item Mastery Feats can be pretty handy, though oddly a lot of them are tied to Fort Save. I'm Currently playing a Fighter who can use his weapon to cast Dimension Door. been remarkably helpful
Thomas Seitz wrote:
Dude!!! I wonder if that's an alternate Wanda fighting Captain Carter. (Also is it Hayley Atwell as Captain Carter or someone else?)
wish I knew, it's a blink and you miss it shot of someone with the British Shield, don't even see the face of the person using it, but it's got to be Carter right?
So current info is
Release: March 3rd 2023
An ex-Harper turned thief escapes from prison with his partner, a female barbarian, and reunites with a no-talent wizard and a druid new to their team in an effort to rob the cheating conman who stole all their loot from the heist that landed them behind bars, and used it to install himself as the Lord of Neverwinter. Only the traitor is allied with a powerful Red Wizard who has something far more sinister in store.
Staring: Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Hugh Grant, Regé-Jean Page.