Had a situation come up at a table I was playing at that I wouldn't allow and that clearly the GM wasn't comfortable with but we didn't have clear rules on it. We had a paladin at the table using a weapon cord to hang on to her wooden tower shield. When needed she would release the shield and free that hand. Twice she was called on to use her bow....With a 40 pound wooden tower shield hanging from one hand.
Hi Fromper! I THINK i was your GM for Gencon. I debated on the harrow deck, but I found it super helpful when running the Harrowing module (Which I LOVED) and I am now considering making a harrower.
Bradley McTeer wrote:
They are real loosy goosey with the replay rules at that store. I try to remind them when I stop by, but hasn't stuck.
Brad - I can honestly say I am not loosey goosey with the replay rules. If you have played it and I don't NEED you at my table to fire I will ask you to leave. This particular situation had a GM star thrown in and a player who is not allowed to GM anymore which is why I couldn't split the tables.
Lau Bannenberg wrote:
No, I schedule a month at a time. When I open the session it already has a scenario picked for it. I try to alternate between older and newer scenarios. He signed on knowing he had played it and thought to ask before showing up since I had 2 people waitlisted for the game.
This particular player is unable to make it to other game locations so he will sign up for everything at this one site. Oftentimes he won't remember that he's played a scenario until during or after the first combat.
Rigby Bendele wrote:
Rigby - are you there this year??? That's exciting!!
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Good morning, I have a PC who wants to build a wayang wild child brawler/cavalier/hunter who would take the monstrous mount feat. He would then acquire a wrog mount. I don't see any problems with it since he is a small PC and the wrog is a medium creature AND he has both the cavalier/hunter classes. This is my first GM call regarding a character build and I wanted to make sure I was reading the rules right. Thanks a bunch!