I actually tried that and it says that they will include it in a subscription, and do not give me an actual price for the shipping. But I'm guessing at 6$ the expansion pack for shipping, the box will be at least 30-40$ in shipping.
Vic Wertz wrote:
The subscription listing is currently incorrect. The Base Set is indeed part of the subscription, as is the Character Add-On Deck; both ship in August.
So what is the cost for shipping for the base set for Canada? I really dont want to pay 30$ in shipping for a 60$ game. I could grab it at a store instead.
Is there any cards that use Gender as a bonus or malus? Like "Add +2 to the combat check if the Character is Male" type of thing? Like against Unicorns or Nymphs or the other way around?
Can we have a confirmation that this will be part of the subscription? Because the Subscription listing says
Armor might be seen as more useful if you ever get enemies who say "If the damage dealt empty your hand, discard the remaining damage from your deck/blessing deck."
Stuff like that could be nice.
Yeah, it's weird but I kinda feel like I'm missing pieces of the game without the promos. What I think I will do is use some basic card back and print a cut out in high quality color of the promo I'm missing and use it with a sleeve. Wont be as nice, but it's the cheapest way to do things I think. Because 40$ for a Fire Sneeze? Man.
Yes, but who said life was good? Zombies and undead are not alive, yes. But you know who is alive? Demon Lords, Fallen Angels, Murderers, Psychopaths.If a Necromancer in a town where the religion do not see bringing dead corpse as a sacrilege but as a honor,(as they can serve the town even after death) would that be evil?
Zombies building towns, defending them from animals and other dangers.
You could have White Necromancers allowing people to get in peace with the death by bringing back ghosts.
I am not sure how you can be Chaotic and live by a code, unless I guess your code is something like "I must always bring chaos to everyone" in which case you aren't good.
Chaotic Good people are people like Indiana Jones or Spiderman. They still live by a Code, but they dont have to follow the law. A Chaotic Good Paladin would be a guy that promote thinking by yourself, instead of people thinking for you.Individuality instead of Unity.
I also found this which is a custom Chaotic Good Paladin.
Where a Lawful Good Paladin would say "This prisoner was found stealing bread, he will be put to trial and jail", the Chaotic Good Paladin would free the guy without killing the guards and give him some bread.
"Ghorus Seed (6 RP): As a full-round action, a ghoran can expel its ghorus seed from an orifice in its abdomen. If planted in fertile ground and left undisturbed for 2d6 days, the seed grows into a healthy duplicate of the original ghoran, save that the duplicate may reallocate all of its skill ranks upon sprouting. Once a ghoran expels its seed, it gains 1 negative level, and it dies as soon as its duplicate sprouts. This duplicate replaces the previous ghoran character. "
I, myself, do love to play characters with flaws. Where most of my friends wanted to play "perfect" characters, I always liked to play weak or flawed characters. A character with low Charisma should not be able to give orders to his comrades like a 18 charisma. He should not look healthy if he have a Con of 6.
"If you stat it, they will kill it"
I think that a kind of good safe guard against teleport is that since its not "accurate" you can teleport them below ground "near" the target but still in a dungeon. And then they have to go through the dungeon to reach the place they wanted to go.