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Ravingdork wrote:

Low tier computers are too low value, and high tier computers are usually too large and virtually unhackable.

....

But the middle tier computers are just right.


MR. FISHY!!!

So glad to have caught a glimpse. I'm a big fan.

~eyes left. eyes right. Swims for the edge of the fishbowl. ~


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Even without Eagleton, McGovern would have been smashed. My master would have seen to that.


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TriOmegaZero wrote:

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I also find it mind-boggling that an entire order of good-aligned people could not determine someone was unfit for the order without magic. We kind of already do that in the real world.

No. You only think you do.

;-0


It's butter.

And there was no corruption mild or otherwise when my master ruled the nation.


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Mark Hoover wrote:
... Start annoying your GM by using Appraise on everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. ....

SMART!

kestral287 wrote:


I'd be careful with this one. One Appraise check too many and the GM tells you that you found some solid jade sex toys scaled for giants.

... Yes this happened.

Were .... were they, ya know, animated ?


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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Scythia wrote:
This news is especially surprising given the numbers of Jedi revealed by the census to be living in the United States.

They are both few in number and know that using their tricks on the weak of will for political purposes will lead you to the darkside. Look what was left of poor bush after years of darth cheneys mind tricks.

Find me a vice president!

*I should be your vice president*

"you should be my vice president!"

"Blaspheme! You blaspheme against the master!"


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chaoseffect wrote:

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Steve Geddes wrote:
When I end up with a sub-par character, it's a similar thing - I enjoy trying to get them to survive within the constraints of the bad luck I've been given.

I can see how trying to survive with severe limitations could be amusing, but I see that as most likely a short term pleasure that I have to be in the mood for. Sometimes I would rather just get rid of the joke/challenge character that I shouldn't bother getting attached to because of his 5 constitution and get on to a character I can actually have some emotional commitment to.

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I can assume then that you're not a Cubs fan.


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You can create NPCs with whatever stats you like while the players must roll 3d6 in order, BECAUSE YOU'RE THE GM!


Eltacolibre wrote:

One character, nobody wants to play multiple characters...its frankly not fun at all. Plus playing one character gives them the feeling that they are doing something heroic or close to it.

You might consider using hero points as it would give them some special stuffs for doing cool stuffs or achievements for the battles.

I do. I want to play multiple characters. It can be lots of fun.

But if your players are of Eltacolibre's mind, then having a common pool of backup NPCs that can be taken over is a possibility. Each day the current PC could hear news about other heroes around the castle. Cool things those NPCs did. Then they could choose which NPC to take over if their own PC dies.


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There's nothing funny about America.

..... Or the Republican Party.

................. Or my former glorious leader.

Nothing.


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~shuffles in, skims over list, shuffles out contemplating giving up DMing forever~


I like skill points, but CRobledo has a point. The hit point will contribute more directly to your survivability. 8 skill points per level is pretty darn good.

See what it can buy you.

What skills are you interested in?


So what about your favored class bonus -- do you want 1 hit point, or 1 skill point?

What are your other scores?

Jonathan has posted a good example of calculating an individual skill score. Follow his example with the skills you want.


What's your rogue's intelligence score? (Actually post all your scores.)

What about race?

And favored class ( I presume it's rogue) -- do you want the hit point or the skill point?

Example: Elf rogue, 12 Intelligence, favored class bonus goes to skill point.

You get

8 skill points for being a rogue
1 skill point for intelligence
1 skill point for favored class
-------
10 skill points total.

You can spend no more than 1 skill point per level to any one skill. So you can buy 10 skills.


Oh, the horror. The horror.


Women weaken legs!


From the recruitment thread

DM Wellard wrote:
Fealar , Paizo Fan and Scooter have not replied to this thread despite being given almost a week to do so...

Wow! Didn't think I had a chance. I thought I'd get a proper British telling off for trying to horn into your PbP novice game.

I mostly wanted to say, HI! and wish you all luck. Wellard is a great guy and a better DM! I've enjoyed playing with him for many moons now.


Can I play too?


Joe Biden wrote:
I had a fever once!!!

My hands felt just like two balloons.


No, sir. I'll remember you for getting my jail time reduced. Thank you.


Dick Cheney wrote:
Sarah Palin wrote:
I AM....... outta here.
I recommend settling down in a nice bunker in the Appalachians.

Good idea, sir. We could take her canoeing or hunting.


Dick Cheney wrote:


Hey there, cultist. Have you ever gone quail hunting?

"Please, sir, may I come too. I'll reload for you."

"Oh and our good friend, Rush, might like an outing ."

~Retires to quarters to sulk over Rush's recent attitude, sharpen knives, and hope for the day that The Cheney can reveal his full glory publicly and Limbaugh is no longer needed.


The Ghost of Teddy Roosevelt wrote:
If I were still around, I'd have you all brought to my private lodge in Cuba, then I'd practice "Talking softly but carrying a big stick". Only I won't be doing any talking.

Mr. President, if only you could see us now. You would sit up and take notice. Even now I hear your ringing cries of "Bully for you, boys! Bully for you!"


Dick Cheney wrote:


Dub'Ya wrote:
One time at the air national guard I shoved a mouse up my trunk.

LOL

Please, Mr. President. You're embarassing Lord Cheney.

He did that for eight years.

You're so right, sir. Your patience, forbearance, and tact during that period was a shining example to us all.


Eustace Q. Figg, Chairman WNC wrote:


Sir, I grovel for no man.

Both Lord Cheney and his Democratic replacement are two different paths to the same destination: America's bankrupcy. It matters not WHAT you spend our money on, the fact of the matter is that it was spent, and wastefully.

It is a shameful day when the freest and richest country in the world has become a massive debtor nation, mortgaging our future to avoid difficulties in the present. Look to California to see the future of our great land. Hard service cuts and rising taxes. All because people refuse to assume responsibility for their own lives.

Mr. Figg, by looking at the big picture you are missing the true enemy, the true cause of out nation's unfortunate decline, the DNC. This cabal of conspirators plots tirelessly to multiply the wasteful spending you so properly decry. The current administration and Congress are merely their frontmen in an evil design to bankrupt the state and trigger a financial and constitutional crisis so severe that all the lazy deadbeats, one could hardly call them citizens, who earn less than $200k a year, turn to their WitchQueen Hilary as their savior.

Contrast that with our modest and reasonable goals: to bring about social justice by eliminating all wasteful international and domestic social spending (except spending which benefits our valued right-thinking campaign contributors) , restoring America’s international prestige by always doing what we think right, convenient, or profitable without regard to the rights or opinions of other nations, and tax-cutting our way to a balanced budget!

LONG LIVE THE NEOCONS! LONG LIVE PATRON SAINT REAGAN! LONG LIVE HIS ONLY TRUE DISCIPLE, THE CHENEY!


Dick Cheney wrote:
Scooter Libby wrote:
Eustace Q. Figg, Chairman WNC wrote:
Turn away from the tired politics of the past and join our second American Revolution!
I take exception to that statement. Lord Cheney's politics are not tired, nor past. Spurn your revolution. Grovel apologetically. A man with your resume and gift for rheotoric could go far in our organization.
If you weren't slave labor, I would give you a raise.

Thank you, sir. I endeavor to give satisfaction.

Dub'Ya wrote:
One time at the air national guard I shoved a mouse up my trunk.

LOL

Please, Mr. President. You're embarassing Lord Cheney.


Eustace Q. Figg, Chairman WNC wrote:
Turn away from the tired politics of the past and join our second American Revolution!

I take exception to that statement. Lord Cheney's politics are not tired, nor past. Spurn your revolution. Grovel apologetically. A man with your resume and gift for rheotoric could go far in our organization.


Dick Cheney wrote:


Scooter Libby wrote:
If you'll permit me, sir. That wasn't much of a play room. We kept all the good stuff at the Shadow White House.
Shhhh! You weren't supposed to tell anyone. If you drop one more word about it, I'll make you stand trial to cover my butt again.

Sorry, sir, of course. May I suggest, sir, that should it become necessary that others stand trial with me. I think it would take more than one person to cover your butt properly.


Joe Biden wrote:
I just wanted to let you know I had to remodel the VP house. You didn't have a play room.
Dick Cheney wrote:
Sure I did. It was the one in the basement with the manacles, a rack, and a man-sized steel vise.

If you'll permit me, sir. That wasn't much of a play room. We kept all the good stuff at the Shadow White House.