Marc Radle wrote:
You could google it and find out in seconds too!
The only Thing that bothered me in the final fight was Vilgefortz duel with the Nilfgaard guy. So, you have mages here eliminating whole Regiments by squinting hard, and they sent the guy as an assassin whose trick is - replacable swords?
I was hoping to see a gish in action, but yeah pretty underwhelming. Especially, since he made a thousand comments about his military experience that only he had.
Exactly, its a double threat. Do folks really think dragonlance or forgettable realms will make a difference? Good movie? You mean like the Hasbro offerings G.I. Joe and Battleship?
I mean, no one would mistake me for being clever, after all, people are stupid.
Everytime my brother goes to the cabin, he wrecks something. One trip he left the coffee maker on and it melted to the cabinets. Another he left the windows opened and it stormed for a week wrecking a sofa. He is quite adept at wrecking motors on both our pontoon lift and the water well. Probably stuff ive forgotten too.
My DM is of a particularly homicidal bent when it comes to making encounters, an APL+2 (read: Severe in the PT bestiary encounter design section) nearly TPK-ed the party at level 2 (3 amped up zombies and a ghast), so I'd say that if you're not careful when making a homebrew encounter, it's VERY lethal. a single APL+3 monster all alone will EVISCERATE a party if they're not mix-maxing tactics and kiting like an MMO dungeon raid
Doesn't the +1/lvl and <10> mechanics pretty much make APL+3 encounters sure fire suicide for PCs?
Asmodeus' Advocate wrote:
Honestly, what annoys me worse even then climate change deniers (they, at least, have the excuse of being deliberately and maliciously misinformed) are people who acknowledge climate change, know that millions at the least will die, and then do nothing to prepare themselves and their family. I know people who are “worried” about climate change, and yet own multiple computers, multiple cars, don’t own the needlessly extravagant houses they live in, and have nothing squirreled away for rainy days to come.
I had a mimic disguise itself as a hammock once. The elf sorcerer would slash apart any hammock he came across in the campaign :)
Thomas Seitz wrote:
The avengers are convoluted enough. I dont want another one dimensional genocidal maniac villain with a glowing mcguffin because they had to make the movie 190min long so that 13 main characters could also have space for 37 cameo characters.
Thomas Seitz wrote:
This is how I'd possibly do it in the MCU (since you know Fox clearly can't do it.) Reed Richards and the rest of the FF are given their powers, but in doing so alerts the wider cosmos to the fact there's new powers rising on Earth. So in an effort to shut that down, some one (coughKreecough) manage to finagle Galactus to show up and try to eat Earth. UNLIKE the deus ex Machina of the Ultimate Nullifer, the X-men also show up to help the Richards crew deal with this...and that's where the shuttle comes in along with Sha'ir who are there because they think there's something wrong with their magic crystal. That then translates to Jean having power to send Galactus away (not like in your face but kind of like a boost of psychic power); Then comes D'ken and the rest with the Imperial Guard who end up fighting some of the Avengers too. Then with the request, Carol/Captain Marvel joins the X-men to find a way to diffuse a possible galactic war; only to have Jean totally lose it and end up eating a sun... and then Dark Phoenix her way the rest of the third movie.
This is exactly what I was talking about. Do not want.