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Not new, but you all know I am terrible at following simple instructions.

I have been gaming for 20+ years. I started with D&D Basic (red box, male fighter and female wizard fighting a red dragon on cover).

Right after Star Wars came out, I tried to turn D&D into a Sci Fi game (Jedi are nothing more than Clerics, right?). I guess I was looking for a universal system before there even was one.

I then found James Bond which worked for nearly everything except Supers. Being the tinker I am, I started house ruling it into submission for Supers. Then I jumped to DC Heroes.

From there, I landed on G.U.R.P.S. and I finally had a truly universal system. I spent a large portion of my gaming time with G.U.R.P.S. before being pulled away by Hero. As it stands, I still consider myself mostly a Hero player but there are a lot of games out there I want to try, especially indie titles.

I consider myself a Narativist. One of the biggest appeals of role playing to me was that there did not have to be a winner or looser. Role playing is interactive story telling where everyone gets to add their piece to the collective for something that is partly yours, partly your friends and better than the some of its parts.

For those of you too new to cringe at the mere sight of my larged-mawed avatar, I am a jokester and rarely take things seriously. I am also often overly sarcastic and have an exceptional ability to rub people the wrong way (second only to the master, himself, Sebastian). In person, I am much better behaved.

Welcome noobs, shout outs to grognards and the finger for SB.

Oh, and one more thing, hop on down to the Off-Topic Discussion section found at the bottom and vote for an OTD president. The only way to make your voice heard is to vote. Vote early. Vote often. Wear orange.


CourtFool wrote:
The only way to make your voice heard is to vote. Vote early. Vote often. Wear orange.

Yes. Orange is one of the preferred colours in our little "group".


Elder Elemental Eye wrote:
Yes. Orange is one of the preferred colours in our little "group".

Not very good at the charismatic cult founder thing are you? Family. You want to make it sound warm and inviting. Group is too impersonal.


Pathfinder Adventure, Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber
CourtFool wrote:
I am a jokester and rarely take things seriously. I am also often overly sarcastic and have an exceptional ability to rub people the wrong way ...

Forgot to mention a "poodlecudler" ;P


CourtFool wrote:
Elder Elemental Eye wrote:
Yes. Orange is one of the preferred colours in our little "group".
Not very good at the charismatic cult founder thing are you? Family. You want to make it sound warm and inviting. Group is too impersonal.

What does it matter, anyway? They're all getting fed to Zuggytmoy.


Elder Elemental Eye wrote:
What does it matter, anyway? They're all getting fed to Zuggytmoy.

Don’t tell them that! Bah! I can’t work with you people!


CourtFool wrote:
Elder Elemental Eye wrote:
What does it matter, anyway? They're all getting fed to Zuggytmoy.
Don’t tell them that! Bah! I can’t work with you people!

It's fine, it's just a double-fake anyway. We actually feed them to Lolth...or do we?


Yay, new peoples! Have some cookies!

*lays out a spread of cookies for the newcomers*


Lilith wrote:

Yay, new peoples! Have some cookies!

*lays out a spread of cookies for the newcomers*

*jumps in and grabs as much cookies as he can like candies from a piñata and jumps out as fast as he appeared*


*Sneaksy Dragon peers at the delicious cookies from behind his stone wall*

must...have...delicious cookies, but if i go out into the open I lose my cover...I must be patient and maybe the cookies come to ME!


SneaksyDragon wrote:
must...have...delicious cookies, but if i go out into the open I lose my cover...I must be patient and maybe the cookies come to ME!

*the frog shares some cookies to the sneaky dragon as he passes by while fleeing the scene*


*Sneaksy Dragon hops with delight, but then realizes that he is not hopsy Dragons and once again slinks low behind his wall. the slightest noise of crunching and happiness carries...*


The Red Death wrote:

I just don't see the problem with Charisma. It already is a compound attribute, like all the others. It represents a vast number of things, and not necessarily beauty.

I agree. I remember the first time I saw Medusa in the 3rd edition Monster Manual with high charisma, it caught me off guard. When I stopped to think about it, I came to the conclusion which I think The Red Death has just put into words for me.


I was replying to a post in the Design forum about ability scores and races, and somehow it ended up here.

As long as I'm here, I'll introduce myself. I've played D&D since 1st edition. I lived near Lake Geneva, WI, the center of the D&D world, but my parents never let me attend a single GenCon. I led a D&D club in high school, and I subscribed to Dragon during the early years of both 1st and 3rd edition. I found out about Pathfinder RPG from this helpful customer review of Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide, 4th Edition, at Amazon. I'm excited about the idea of community design, and I'm looking forward to seeing where the Pathfinder RPG is going. It looks like there's a lot of good discussion.


Hello everybody,

I have been reading the forum since a year or so, and have been posting for a month or so. I was struck by the friendly atmosphere on this forum, so I finally decided to post.

I have been reading Dungeon magazine since issue 5 or so and been a DM since 1987.


Welcome Luna! we may be a bit of a bickering family at points, but their still is plenty o love ^^


I had just signed up today already gave my 2 cents to several threads though.

I've been playing DnD 3 for a while now. And since some time been following the Order of the Stick on Giantitp. Yesterday I found a post on the gitp boards theorizing wether the OotS will be updated to the pathfinder rules set, now that DnD4 is out.
A conveniently placed link to paizo in that very post led me to download the beta corebook and have a good look at it, to see how this theory could come up.

And well looking at it i decided that it is pretty much the best version of DnD rules ive seen so far, especially the class fixes had a very strong feeling of "new and shiny" to it. Like when you play a game on your computer for ages but it keeps going slow because your computer doesnt live up to the system requirements and then you update your hardware and suddenly the game runs smoothly at highest sound and graphics settings...

...yeah... ...anyone who knows that, might understand the kind of feeling I got from that book.
Also the fact that a whole lot of the book illustrations are done by Wayne Reynolds effectively kept my eyes fixed on it. Wayne Reynolds is one of my all time favorite fantasy artists!

So yeah, I came, I saw, I loved it. Or in other words: I came for general information on what kind of rules Pathfinder uses, but I'm staying for the awesome update it poses for DnD 3.


A fellow teacher told me that I should go to Paizo's RPG Superstar contest to read some great writing and to vote. I did and started browzing through the other threads. Now I'm hooked!


veector wrote:

If there's anybody else out there who is relatively new to the Pathfinder boards, feel free to introduce yourself.

It's also helpful to provide some context for the NE 17th Lvl Director of Marketing Joshua Frost if you let Paizo know how you found out about Pathfinder and why you're interested.

I've been here since the Alpha 3 release.

I happened upon Pathfinder RPG by random search turning up a Steve Jackson forum thread where Pathfinder was mentioned. Since I care more about the Open Gaming movement than I care about D&D specifically, I decided that this Linux-like thing called Pathfinder was for me. I've since started running the Runelords AP for my group, and I'm now completely hooked.

I'm a student at the Rochester Institute of Tech. Double-majored in IT (Game Design and Development) and Cognitive-Behavioral Psychology. None of that means anything, it just sounds impressive.


Lilith wrote:

Yay, new peoples! Have some cookies!

*lays out a spread of cookies for the newcomers*

Free cookies? Sounds good to me. :)


hello all. please forgive my typing. my keyboard is dying - no shift available, so no caps available. i have been playing dnd for about 28 years, not an a poster, but a reader. i would like to know how i could submit a variant ranger for jason to consider for final publication. it is very close to the existing pathfinder ranger.


NaeAnath’Mai wrote:
hello all. please forgive my typing. my keyboard is dying - no shift available, so no caps available. i have been playing dnd for about 28 years, not an a poster, but a reader. i would like to know how i could submit a variant ranger for jason to consider for final publication. it is very close to the existing pathfinder ranger.

Make a thread called "Ranger Variant." Then pray.


toyrobots wrote:
NaeAnath’Mai wrote:
hello all. please forgive my typing. my keyboard is dying - no shift available, so no caps available. i have been playing dnd for about 28 years, not an a poster, but a reader. i would like to know how i could submit a variant ranger for jason to consider for final publication. it is very close to the existing pathfinder ranger.
Make a thread called "Ranger Variant." Then pray.

And maybe even put in that "new rules" subheading, but it's probably not necessary- Mr. Wertz could always move it to the right place at his leisure. ;)


Hi,I´m Redwolf, nice to meet you.

i am Dm and Player from D&d and now i read the Pathfinder RPG.

I don´t write very messajes in the boards why i´m spanish and don´t have very practice with the english ^^, but a have a any ideas refent a Casting spell what in the 3.5 system i don´t like and i love expose whit the others to think (this if possible if i found the corresponding Board xD)

Paizo Employee CEO

Thanks to everyone for posting in this thread! First off, welcome to paizo.com! It is hugely valuable to me to find out how everyone found out about Paizo, what made you come to the website, and what is making you stay. In this day and age, there really isn't any organized way to advertise our products and website, so word of mouth is about the only real way. Reading all these posts really gives me a great idea about where people are hearing about our company and what we are doing!

So, once again, welcome! I hope you hang out, become part of our community, and enjoy this great journey we are all on together!

-Lisa


Lisa Stevens wrote:

Thanks to everyone for posting in this thread! First off, welcome to paizo.com! It is hugely valuable to me to find out how everyone found out about Paizo, what made you come to the website, and what is making you stay. In this day and age, there really isn't any organized way to advertise our products and website, so word of mouth is about the only real way. Reading all these posts really gives me a great idea about where people are hearing about our company and what we are doing!

So, once again, welcome! I hope you hang out, become part of our community, and enjoy this great journey we are all on together!

-Lisa

Thanks Lisa.

I've been around for a while now and have posted a number of times.

I'm currently running a couple of free adverts in a local freebie mag [friday-Ad] for role-player's in the computer sections [figured that would be the best place to find Geeks like me!]. I've had quite a few responces [not all succuessful] and have directed everyone I speak to over to Paizo.com telling them about the wonderful things happening here.

As a side note, it was great to meet the guys behind Paizo at UK GenCon, thanks for coming and keep up the great work!

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Commissioner for Death Rays wrote:

Welcome, new folks. In addition to cookies we like to get a group photo when new people join. So, why don't you all stand over on that big "X" over there? Huddle together and look at the red light over there.

No it does not look like any camera you have seen before. It is a special camera for taking pictures of screen personalities. Just eat your cookies and stand on the "X".

This will only take a second...

Why do I suspect this is the same red-light camera that Agent K and Agent J use in MIB? If I stand on the "X," am I going to have to rewrite my entire character history?

As to the OP, I'm new. In fact, this is my very first post! I found out about Pathfinder through the GM of one of my groups. It sounds like an interesting way to revitalize 3.5, even as 4E is rearing its ugly head everywhere else! I'll register a character one of these days.


Hi everyone! First post, figured this was a good way to start.

Over the weekend I went to the bookstore with the express intent of picking up a few paperbacks to take with me on my trip to Virginia next week. As always I stopped by the RPG books to take a look and spotted the Pathfinder Chronicles. Now, I was familiar with the Pathfinder adventures, and I'm no stranger to Paizo's website, but this I had not heard of. I picked it up, thumbed through it, and bought it rather than paperbacks. I've always been a campaign setting collector (its a bad habit) and Pathfinder was so gorgeous I couldn't live without it. After reading some of it, I'm completely enthralled by it. It's a wonderful setting and I couldn't be happier with my purchase. In fact, I want everything Paizo makes now! As always when I buy something so impulsively, I came home later and did some research. It was then I stumbled across and downloaded the RPG Beta Rules and found out about all this work Paizo is doing. Something I want to get in on, but not sure if I'll have the time or willing players, since they're wanting me to run another Star Wars campaign.

Now for some things about me. I've been playing table-top rpgs since AD&D 2nd Edition and I've expanded my knowledge of the genre greatly over the years. I've played the d6 system, 3rd Ed, 3.5, d20 Modern, Savage Worlds, and recently completed a Star Wars Saga Edition campaign. That's the ones I've played, not the myriad other ones I've researched. I'm always the GM never the PC, but that's not been so bad as playing RPGs gives me an awesome creative writing outlet. I like to write a lot, but don't get to share it with many other people (its so hard to get published :) ) so running a game really gives me that rush of a writer sharing his work with people who really enjoy it. Anyway, I bought, suspiciously, the 4th Ed D&D books when they came out, and was pretty much disgusted and ashamed of my decision. I want my money back, WotC. Seriously. While, honestly, I never really held a ton of love for 3.5, 4th is just...really wrong somehow. I've always thought 3.5 could use tweaking a myriad of different areas. Primarily in the enormous amount of work of NPC generation and sometimes painfully slow combat. Star Wars Saga Edition addressed some of these concerns, and my layers seem to liek it better than 3.5. We've had great times with the both. Pathfinder is incredibly appealing because I have a lot of 3.5 books, way more than I should have, and at least they would not be totally wasted. For ideas, though, they are gold mines.

I know I've talked a lot, and thanks for listening (reading, whatever, heh). I'm sure this will be a great forum to lurk around, as that's what I tend to do unless I have something I really need to say. Though, I do hope to get in some on the RPG Beta Rules discussion.

Krakatoa!

Sovereign Court

I have been lurking around these boards for a while, but I did not feel the urge to make my presence known until now.

I usually hang out on RPGnet and the WoTC forums, which is how I found out about Pathfinder. As a player I have been gaming on and off for 8 years now across severaly different systems (D20, palladium (blech), GURPS, Unisystem, and a homebrew hybrid of palladium/GURPS). After playing in the 4.0 game day, I realized that the new system was no longer designed to satisfy my needs. I then decided to find out more about the game people had been affectionately calling DnD 3.75 and I haven't looked back since.

By reading the Pathfinder PhB and seeing the changes put in place, I can almost get a feel for what races/classes were played by the early testers, and which were not. I hope that by contributing here I can help to make the game better and possibly elevate the small races beyond a position at the back of the party that must run to keep up in battle (I have been trying for years to play a gnome paladin that doesn't just fall on his face).


So far, I'm nearing 200 posts with my DM_Iziak Alias included, but I just signed up about two weeks ago.

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redwolf field wrote:

Hi, I´m Redwolf; nice to meet you.

I am DM and Player from D&D and now I read the Pathfinder RPG.

I don´t write very many messages in the boards because I´m Spanish and don´t have very much practice with the English language, but I have some ideas about Casting spells in the 3.5 system, which I don´t like, and I love to expose myself to what others think. (Ihis would be possible if I found the corresponding board.xD)

Welcome, Redwolf, and well-met.

I'm curious about D&D in other countries. Does your group play D&D in English, or in Spanish? Are there any attempts --in published works-- to include more story elements (such as places, magic items, local histories, and so on) from a Spanish cultural background?


I am still pretty new, so I will post here. I started playing in 1983 with the red basic box, moved on the same year to AD&D (my group met weekly to play at church). I stopped playing in high school, but found a great DM in college (who was inspired by the Dray Prescott books to create his own, low magic world). I never got that into 2nd edition (beyond the improved artwork), but I came back on strong with 3rd edition. Now my daughter and nephew play, which still amazes me.

I learned about Paizo from Wizards, back during the publishing of the magazines, so I occasionally dropped in for free stuff and to learn a thing or two. When the magazines were canceled, I got a little more curious, since it indicated that something was up. The announcement of Pathfinder RPG firmly pulled me into Paizo's orbit, and I look forward to finishing my dissertation so that I can buy more goodies. Nowadays I have a lot more opinions than I have time, so occasionally you will see the tip of the iceberg on the message boards.

And I must add, I continue to be impressed with the generosity of Paizoans on the boards.
Play on!


Lisa Stevens wrote:

Thanks to everyone for posting in this thread! First off, welcome to paizo.com! It is hugely valuable to me to find out how everyone found out about Paizo, what made you come to the website, and what is making you stay. In this day and age, there really isn't any organized way to advertise our products and website, so word of mouth is about the only real way. Reading all these posts really gives me a great idea about where people are hearing about our company and what we are doing!

So, once again, welcome! I hope you hang out, become part of our community, and enjoy this great journey we are all on together!

-Lisa

No prob at all. As for answering your question-

Short Answer: It's pretty easy; all that free swag, heh. ;P

Long Answer: Found about Paizo through (of all things) the 2007? results of the Enies Awards (the one with the Savage Tide players guide), whilst persuing for free pnp rpg swag.

Had been collecting the Dragon and Dungeon mags through the local Barnes and Noble (on and off), but never really got it into my skull that Paizo warn't WOTC until finding about that players guide.

Have been here since thru the big breakup and intro to Golarion- on, off, and then some. Probably will stay til whenever.


redwolf field wrote:

Hi,I´m Redwolf, nice to meet you.

i am Dm and Player from D&d and now i read the Pathfinder RPG.

I don´t write very messajes in the boards why i´m spanish and don´t have very practice with the english ^^, but a have a any ideas refent a Casting spell what in the 3.5 system i don´t like and i love expose whit the others to think (this if possible if i found the corresponding Board xD)

Welcome, there's a bunch of us English-as-second-language people here so you are not the only one (and more you post, more you practice your English).

Also majority of people on the board are Americans whose command of Queen's English is notoriously shaky :P


toyrobots wrote:
NaeAnath’Mai wrote:
hello all. please forgive my typing. my keyboard is dying - no shift available, so no caps available. i have been playing dnd for about 28 years, not an a poster, but a reader. i would like to know how i could submit a variant ranger for jason to consider for final publication. it is very close to the existing pathfinder ranger.
Make a thread called "Ranger Variant." Then pray.

Thanks for the input. I seem to be having trouble creating a thread. Must be my age... I suppose I should do proper introductions: I began playing BEFORE the red basic box, at least the one most people remember, it didn't even have the Keep on the Borderlands adventure with it - it had the women sorcerer and the warrior with the winged helm in that Iconic bad 70's art. I can't say we really knew what we were doing, but we were 8 yrs old and teaching ourselves. We had recently seen the Hobbit cartoon on TV (at the time, pretty cool to an 8yr old), and were sold on the idea of going on an adventure. We turned 10 and the Lord of the Rings cartoon came out. Between that and Star Wars (yes I saw both in the theaters), I was hooked on Fantasy forever. I managed to digest Tolkiens LOTR by the time I was twelve, and once again by the time I turned 14, all the while playing DnD. I read Tolkien again at 16 and 18, while also getting in a lot of Michael Moorecock and other Fantasy mainstays - and a myriad of other literature as well. DnD took a haitus in my twenties as beer, heavy metal, and girls took over. But eventually one turns 28 and comes home. And DnD was waiting patiently. I was blessed to run into a very large gaming community in my area and some of those that I met then are still my good friends today, of whom I still play this most beloved game with.

Needless to say we are all rules tinkerers with many homebrew rules and campaign worlds. I discovered Paizo through Dungeon and Dragon Magazine, subscribing to their weekly email for their tremendous support of RPG's in general. I must say this, Paizo and "3.75" are saviours of DnD, to say the least. I breifly had a foray into 4 edition, and I must say, it is not DnD, at least not like I grew up playing.
I am disturbed by reading in other news and threads that "the d20 liscence is running out soon..." and I am not sure that I understand what is going on. Will Paizo continue to publish 3.5 material forever? That is my hope.
Well, I have rambled on quite a bit. To all at Paizo and those posting, thank you for your politeness, this is a great message board, and I enjoy reading here.
And if Jason reads this (or anyone at Paizo) I really do have a Ranger that you must read...
Thanks everybody. Talk to you soon.

Liberty's Edge

Hello all,

Thought I would introduce myself since I've been a lurker for about a month or so. Seems like a good community, improved vastly by the cookies but even without them it would be yummy around these parts.

I've been playing D&D for a number of years now since that first campaign a friend threw together. AD&D was so fresh and enjoyable, I still kind of long for the days of THAC0.

Back on track though, I recently tried 4e and it just didn't suit me. An online review made mention to Pathfinder so here I am. The alpha got me curious and the beta has provided good reads lately. Unfortunately my current campaign isn't Pathfinder but methinks future ones will be.

That's all for now, mind if I partake of the cookie goodness?


new to posting, lurker for while.
played DND 2nd edition for a long time. DM mostly pen and paper games.
have played twilight 2000, Gurps, also.
I enjoy cookies!! thank you lilith!


Not really new, although I rarely post hereabouts. I've met a few of you in the chatroom (which I've lamentably not visited in a while).

I was a big fan of Dragon since #189 (just a couple of months after getting into gaming), and Dungeon since just after 3e debuted. I hopped on the Pathfinder train immediately, and have no intention of getting off anytime soon. :)

I'm also one of the weirdos who's running 3.5 (Eberron), Pathfinder AND 4e games, and loving all three of them.

Anyway, it's nice to be back after far too long away.


I wanna be new again and smurflike too


I am new to posting(this is my first) but I have been lurking on the boards since the Alpha. I found out about Pathfinder randomly on the internet,, cant remember where.
I have been playing 3rd edition for a few years, and really like the changes in Pathfinder. I really like the idea of an open playtest and the chance to share ideas. I have unfortunately been unable to actually playtest, since my group is now spread out because of college, but will hopefully be able to in the future.

Skeral

Edit: Thanks for the cookies!

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Michael, Ronald, Pete, Skeral,

Welcome. It's great to have you.

for those of you who are currently DMing games, what kinds of campaigns are you running?

Do any of you have any questions about how the message boards / blog / etc. work?


Please stay away from the Paizo 4E forums at the moment. There has been a temporary outbreak of a highly toxic flamewar, and little blue smurf crews are working to contain the disaster until firefighters from Paizo can arrive to put out the blaze.
Several of the 4E threads are currently only moderately unstable, but if you venture into any of the others, there is a danger that somebody will take unspeakable liberties with your breakfast cereal, or that you will be hit by flaming dragon dung.
Normal 4E service will hopefully be resumed by the middle of the week. Or perhaps the week after. Or perhaps the week after that....


Hello Paizo community, I'm a long-time gamer who heard some good things about this Pathfinder thing, decided to check it out for myself. Don't really know what to say here but just thought I should check in.

The Exchange

This is my first month as a part of the Pathfinder community and my first post on the boards. My name is Tommy and I manage a comic book/gaming store in the Richmond VA area. For the past year and a half I have been working to build a D&D community and it has been slow going but rewarding work. WOTC helped quite a bit through it's Worldwide D&D Game Day and through that I met a DM who wanted to run an RPGA sponsored D&D group. That group meets once a month and starting this month, we're adding a second gaming group but this one is playing Pathfinder. It's very exciting as a gamer to find a new campaign setting that is this well planned that also listens to its readership. As a retailer it makes me happy to be able to stock another game that I can wholeheartedly attest to being excellent. I can't really afford the different subscription services but I am working to bring more Pathfinder books into my store. Keep up the good work!

As for my gaming experience, like many out there I started in high school with D&D. We played a hybrid of 1st and 2nd edition. I took a decade off from RPG gaming but now i'm back with a vengeance running D&D 4E and playing Pathfinder (and looking for a Shadowrun game as well).

Scarab Sages

Even more new faces!

Welcome, everybody. Be excellent to each-other!

This community is really capable of great things, and I hope every one of the new faces can contribute to something positive in their own way.

"When you're alone and life is making you lonely, You can always go - och, downtown!" Downtown of course refers to the Off-Topic Forums, the place where the community thrives!

Scarab Sages

I've been cruising and posting on the boards for about 2 months now but never introduced myself. I read on other treads that there were cookies here so I thought I'd stop by and grab a few and say hello to all.

I've lurked and posted a few times on the D&D and ENword sites but never felt included or welcome at those sites. Here at Pazio I feel that I can present any ideas or critiques I may have without being ridiculed, shunned or just plain ignored. Thanks everybody here for being so cool.


Ubermench wrote:

I've been cruising and posting on the boards for about 2 months now but never introduced myself. I read on other treads that there were cookies here so I thought I'd stop by and grab a few and say hello to all.

I've lurked and posted a few times on the D&D and ENword sites but never felt included or welcome at those sites. Here at Pazio I feel that I can present any ideas or critiques I may have without being ridiculed, shunned or just plain ignored. Thanks everybody here for being so cool.

Well thank you for appreciating our community here. :) We're quite glad to have you.


Hey, long time reader, first time poster

Well, I haven't actually read the boards all that much in actuality. I read a little, but mostly over my husband's shoulder. He's been on the boards for a while. This would be my second post, my first being a rather lengthy character history on Curse of the Crimson Throne.

I'm fairly new to gaming. I've only been playing for a few years, and about four games. Druids scare me. I have yet to get up the nerve to try to play one. I'm currently having fun trying my hand at playing a paladin, although playing a good character is a little tough. I've had the most fun playing neutral characters who have a little more freedom when it comes to good and evil.


Phouka wrote:

I'm fairly new to gaming. I've only been playing for a few years, and about four games. Druids scare me. I have yet to get up the nerve to try to play one. I'm currently having fun trying my hand at playing a paladin, although playing a good character is a little tough. I've had the most fun playing neutral characters who have a little more freedom when it comes to good and evil.

I believe druid's frighten you because they're always trying that pathetic 'mistletoe over your head' scheme to cop a cheap kiss. Don't fall for it. They smell like the monkey cage on a hot day.


The Jade wrote:
Phouka wrote:

I'm fairly new to gaming. I've only been playing for a few years, and about four games. Druids scare me. I have yet to get up the nerve to try to play one. I'm currently having fun trying my hand at playing a paladin, although playing a good character is a little tough. I've had the most fun playing neutral characters who have a little more freedom when it comes to good and evil.

I believe druid's frighten you because they're always trying that pathetic 'mistletoe over your head' scheme to cop a cheap kiss. Don't fall for it. They smell like the monkey cage on a hot day.

I was under the impression that some wolves.... oh, right, I see; you want all the druids to yourself. ;)

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