Urgotha having a child that was stolen from here was also discussed in Ashes at Dawn, I believe. Somewhere in Carrion Crown. I hadn't put all these puzzle pieces together, however!
also in Rule of Fear or one of the carrion crown entries, it mentionsBastardhall being surrounded by a ring of holy might and I think it was in "Dungeons of Golarion" it mentions there being secrets there that angels would kill to protect.
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
Thanks Sean. I knew if I didn't get it quite right, someone would post a direct quote.
Evil Lincoln wrote:
Thanks EL. I rarely search for something specific. I usually only just skim the most recent posts list on the right and look at those. It's good to know that those other posts aren't as rare as I thought.
James Jacobs wrote:
Nice :) at the posters before James, I wasn't waiting to hear only from him. I only just got back from a Skulls and Shackles game. Thanks for the answers!
Quick question... Are there as many threads about how to create more flavor fun as there are threads about how to fix the system to make it numerically more fun? I can't find that many and wonder if this part of the game is as interesting to other posters as it is to me.
I may just be getting wistful but those threads seemed to be more common here before PFRG came out. Since Paizo didn't have its own ruleset, the site was a lot more campaign ideas/questions, stories and questions about the magazines (Dragon and Dungeon).
Thanks for the replies lady and gentlemen, especially during the holiday. Like I said, I meant to pledge last week but working in Accounting, end of month can get a bit busy. As for the swag, I meant to donate in the $150 range or a little more but didn't get to it. Either way, it's great to see how successful the kickstarter was for RA. I still have hardcopies of the first book for 3rd edition as well as copies of a few other necromancer adventures. Too many players think that having a pc survive until campaign end is a granted and I'm glad that necromancer and now FFG are dedicated to the challenge of 1st and 2nd edition :)
Now I'm thinking I should go with my other choice and stay at the Redmond Inn down the road and just walk the mile to and from the con. Cheaper room rates, free parking and wireless internet, and all my my vacation money still accessible for use with a little extra added on.
I'd suggest double checking the Redmond Inn concerning their incidentals policy. I think a lot of this comes up from the increased use in debit cards instead of just credit cards.
That stuff always made me mad, I worked front desk before I was in accounting. They should put a note on reservation in the computer, as well as any logbook they keep at the desk. If they have a manager on duty log it should go there too. Wow, I actually just finished reading the guest's posting. If it's all true, that hotel messed up majorly several times. The fact the police officer called down to the desk and then less than an hour later the desk called the cops again is horrible.
This is standard for the hotels I've worked at. It's usually a fixed amount per day, ie $35 per day at my property. Prepaid cards can act a bit odd on the card company side since we authorize one amount but then final settle for a lower amount.
I dunno...mayyyyyyyybe give him a chance, help him out, teach him how to play the game well in a really rewarding way, and help to create the next generation of good RPG gamers?
Definitely that, but the op said he's not very mature. I didn't say use the wand immediately :) Although I will say the most fun I had in a while was when a bunch of 20 somethings had a 12 yr old new roleplayer join our group.
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Matthew Morris wrote:
Matthew Morris wrote:
I might be late on this, but he adlibbed it him saying it when he noticed how 'blah' everyone was. As for the survivor's count, the first several episodes of season one didn't have it on the opening credits. they started doing it when they started having the minimontage from each episode at the start.
Actually he's parodying the "Pathfinder covers w/o sexy art" thread., and how some people in America have an issue with sexual images or topics but not violence.
Now if he talked about Dungeons Iconic Paladin getting chewed up, that would be valid.
Adam Daigle wrote:
That 2009 photo of Lilz, Lisa, and myself is one of my favorite GenCon photos! Good year and good times!
I was wondering who that was on the right. I can't believe it's already been 4 years since Pathfinder launched! When I snagged my Kharzoug cover copy of PF#1 Lisa was working the register. I got to chat with James Jacobs for a few minutes at the front of the booth and a few minutes after meeting Lilith, she and I took on the dungeon of old Cosmo's avatars(Swords of Sin dungeon delve) that Chris Self ran us throught (I think). I played it twice and F. Wesley was running it the other time. Good times :)
Dark Sasha wrote:
Fyi I questioned the apparent double billing the first time I ordered something from Frog God. It wasn't a double bill, just a double reciept. Sounds like this might be the same thing here.
Yeah after checking the 3 emails I received about the purchase I figured that could be it and I'd wait and see if a 2nd charge popped up. Glad I decided to check this thread this morning. I thought I'd deleted that post once I decided to wait and see.
Greg A. Vaughan wrote:
Having gone through the proofs, I can tell you that the book was 794 pages before Clark added the legal appendix, has over 750 monster in it, 7 appendices of templates, new planes, new feats, new poison types,...
Nice, now I'm trying to remember how thick Ptolus is. Not sure which room my copy is in atm :(
James Jacobs wrote:
For a version of dwarves I actually quite like, check out how Bioware handles them in Dragon Age—those dwarves are excessively crude and foul mouthed and have a really backstabby kind of personality. Almost like gentler, hairier drow.
There's a dwarf in Dragonage II that I didn't even know was a dwarf till I started playing the game and saw him next to other characters.
Why not just set the Epic level stuff on another continent, like say Casmaron around the Pit of Gormuz? If the epic stuff is so busy fighting each other they would have very little effect on the rest of the world.What would stop a level 47 Wizard from waking up one day, teleporting over Avistan and taking it over within 6 hours?
The field around the Inner Sea continents that prohibit the physical entry of such powerful Beings,usually with explosive results? Ask Aroden about it...
btw that's just off the top of my head :P
A Man In Black wrote:
What AMiB said or even a trait, maybe a social or Faith one.
Adraxis, I'm definitely interested. email me at gcvargo at yahoo dotcom.
edit: I missed a letter in the email first time.