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Jeebus, where did you come from?


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*helicopters*


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We are many.


You've no idea, my friend!


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Tacticslion wrote:
GET HYYYYYYYYYYYPE~!

THE HYPE TRAIN HAS NO BRAKES!


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You never know what you're gonna get!

5/5

That's my secret, Captain. I'm never ready.


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Mechanics: 4
Lore: 3
Pathfinder experience: 5
3rd Party: 3
Adventure Paths: 3

Level: 18
Mythic Rank: 5

I'm still fairly versed in the rules, even if I can no longer quote them verbatim in all cases.
I'm not nearly strong enough in the lore to compete in the trivia contests, but I recognize many elements of the setting, especially related to Pathfinder Society.
I've been playing 3.5 since I started and never branched out. My first campaign was Shackled City and I play in three different APs at a time.
I'm fairly conversant with the big 3rd party publishers, but I don't get to use them as much as I might like thanks to most of my play being organized. Campaign Mode for our APs allows us the opportunity to branch out.
As mentioned before, three APs at a time. We just haven't gotten through enough of them considering the backlog and the pace of publishing.

Naturally, my forum presence and commitment to organized play has unlocked mythic powers, but I still have yet to approach the demigods that move among us.


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We got ice cream!


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Kryzbyn wrote:
But it is a perfectly good reason to hate Kender.

I DON'T NEED A REASON!


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I've never played Mass Effect. Maybe I pick up the 360 collection.


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Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Today wrote:
TriAlphaZero wrote:
Whelp, time to switch aliases for awhile.
That way they'll never suspect it's you ;-)

No, they'll just be less confused about who is speaking.


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Well, you've got me there.


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Just get to 23. Do it for me. Believe in the TOZ who believes in you.


The man behind the mask wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
And?
No

YES!


Razor Coast will do that to you.


Sometimes the answer is staring you in the face.


And how does that make you feel?

5/5

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I just write LG and then act however I was going to otherwise.


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bookrat wrote:
Stiff as a board?

Only for certain ladies.


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I'm light as a feather.


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Bob_Loblaw wrote:
You simply can't do it.

Doesn't stop people from claiming otherwise, and I say more power to them. Whatever makes them happy.

5/5

Wraithkin wrote:
The GM allowed some pretty cheesy stuff to undo the deaths.

It honestly sounds like the entire game was a cheese festival.


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Mythic Evil Lincoln wrote:
...capstone abilities would be a waste of ink. I've never seen one in play.

Me either. We should fix that someday.


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All of you, SHUT. UP.


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Mythic Evil Lincoln wrote:
It doesn't bother me too much, but I have seen people do this and then get fixated to the point where it is problematic.

Totally agree, but I would broaden it to say that everyone needs to be flexible about things, without losing all structure to what they are doing.


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Brother Fen wrote:
Feel free to run your own tables as you like.

Oh, I will brother. I will.


You speak bigotry and intolerance.


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Abundant welcome wallet destroying returning mithral shurikens.


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Mythic Rysky wrote:
Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Feros wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
It's wabbit season.
Duck season!
Rysky season!
Come at me bro!

My body is ready.


And here I thought we were going to be back-to-back badasses against impossible odds.


thejeff wrote:
My character can still watch the NPC die and meet him later.

I know, death is so permanent in Golarion, isn't it? :)


There is what the rules say, and then there is what we actually do at the table.

These do not always coincide.


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Didn't have enough the last time, eh Leafar?


Daaaaaaaaang.


BigNorseWolf wrote:
To be fair the NSA has lost track of some of them.

Tch. What the hell are we paying them for anyway?


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Logic never assuages the offended.


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Cylyria wrote:
Why do people make these threads?

People seek advice and validation. They want to know that what they are doing is the proper way to do things. So they seek the experience of people who have dealt with the same situations.


Wiggz is missing the point.


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All CoDzilla, ALL THE TIME.


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Davor wrote:
So why do you always QQ and roll your eyes whenever I want to take a break and play instead of DM?

Just who the hell do you think I am?


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The first rule of Tautology Club is the first rule of Tautology Club!


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Gnomezrule wrote:
Marcus Robert Hosler wrote:

*Checks for 5e SRD*

What new system?

This + infinity!!!

Here you are!


the secret fire wrote:
I have a general prejudice against the unarmed fighting trope, though, so that is part of it. I like a relatively gritty atmosphere and I don't find the idea of a person intentionally going into combat without a weapon or armor gritty, at all, but rather suicidal.

Whereas I find it fantastic. :)


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KenderKin wrote:
Want some popcorn?

Don't mind if I do NOM NOM NOM


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That doesn't stop some people. Why let it stop you?


When is it not?


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
TOZ, you need to share with Kirth that contingency/wish that notifies you when your name is mentioned.

He doesn't have the mojo to afford it.


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Simon Legrande wrote:
Yeah, I just sent a message to CS to lock it. The kids can have their playtime for a bit.

Flag it don't brag it.


the secret fire wrote:
Vis-á-vis the cookie-cutter part, point buy absolutely enables and encourages this sort of character design in a way that more random methods do not.

I think the 5E point-buy methodology would appeal to you.

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