Lucy Fury wrote:
Bloody succubi. Bloody fallen angels...
Note from Ask A Succubus Provisionally TM
Ultimate Magic, page 135 wrote:
...Control: A control spell puts an opponent under your control, turning him into an ally or at least keeping him from being an active enemy for a while. This is the best kind of attack spell because not only does it negate an opponent (the same effect as a kill or incapacitate spell), but it also creates a new ally that the caster can turn against his other opponents. Many of the more powerful enchantment spells are control spells, though their drawback is that they tend to be all-or-nothing (if the creature saves, it's completely unaffected by the spell). Examples of control spells are charm monster, charm person, confusion, dominate monster, and dominate person...
And confusion right from level one, sweet Torag, is something worth spending the focus on holding, and trying again if it fails.
my guess is Bill Slavicsek. Who better after being booted from WoTC?
<grumbles>I have just had to squash a Lucy Fury post. But basically, Wes already said some way up thread that this is not the case.
Actually, no, it was on a now locked thread in the Edition Wars section of the board: *link*
Ask A Succubus Provisonally TM wrote:
Harrumph. Like using 'fire' on a succubus is going to have any effect. Okay, people, clear the thread. Leave the nice normal folk to get on with their speculation about Clark's forthcoming products. Don't invite me to go postal with writs, or it'll get highly lawful.(edited, tidied up, for true dwarf workmanship)
<general shuffling of diverse aliases (that had been queuing up to post) out of thread in various states of disgruntlement and/or relief>
I apologise for the brief threadjack on behalf of dwarvenkind, but these succubi, you know... the fact that they want you to keep an eye on them's so distracting, and sometimes one or two slip away to make mischief, and they bring a friend or two with them.
[humour] So, since satisfaction can be quantified as being much more valuable than mere cash, and since the Demon Queen of Victuals, Lady Lilith, can be regarded as a major publisher (I think you'll find it's a both brave and foolish poster who disagrees with me on that point, to say nothing of the likely much reduced posting lifespan remaining to them before properly licensed cookie-munching bounty hunters catch up with them) anyone who has been previously published in Wayfinder by the aforementioned Demon Queen of Victuals and been satisfied with the result is automatically illegible for entry to your contest... [/humour]
Thanking the judges? Well of course they should be thanked. Just so long as they direct the court proceedings to get the verdicts I want. And if they don't then well, they're letting a dangerous criminal out into the community, or locking an innocent man or woman up in the dzar'klun mi-woldrustgar but they should be thanked, anyway because that is the respectful thing to do. But they go on the 'tangerine' list for winter festival gifts, instead of the 'coal' list. Just a subtle hint. Harrumph.
Kor - Orc Scrollkeeper wrote:
Sir:If you had read the thread, you would have noticed that Mr. Tarvoke had posted lower down on Page 1 that he is going to try discussing this with the player in question.
Ghyl Tarvoke wrote:
You are making an open doors check on an already open door.<Wanders off grumbling about the impatience of orcs these days charging in regardless after only a quick glance at a situation.>
Reins of Power, pony. Reins. Like what someone riding a horse (or pony) uses to control their mount*, not 'reigns', which at best as a noun is used to describe periods of rule by various monarchs/despots.I refer you to the Wizards of the Coast website, which makes quite clear the acceptable common usage: *link*
Meanwhile, elsewhere beneath the mountains, the trial of Lynora-Jill is proceeding at an orderly rate.