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...But I don't have a cohort.

If anything, I'm my wife's cohort!

IRL I have always wanted to make a summoner with animal ally, leadership, and eldrich heritage arcane to wander around with a whole posse of my own, apparently because I want to punish GMs.


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You can't take leadership in my campaigns, I figured if you were in Wrath you'd totally go with mega damage output.

Also Redbeard the Scruffy is clearly a dwarven name, or is that kind of racist. :-)


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I'd forgotten the halfling bard bit, I can change it, I make Halfling Bards in my sleep (probably).


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It does sound Dwarven.

My beard isn't that rugged. It's scruffy. (Intentional. I always clipper it short because I hate the way it looks when it gets long.)


Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

...But I don't have a cohort.

If anything, I'm my wife's cohort!

IRL I have always wanted to make a summoner with animal ally, leadership, and eldrich heritage arcane to wander around with a whole posse of my own, apparently because I want to punish GMs.

Exciting, I know! Drafty, but, you know, FAWTL, and all...


Hey, "Clipper" Yesterday, war'd th' comment go?!


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D'oh! It would appear I deleted it, it's entirely too easy on my phone (all I gotta do is accidentally press back button a couple times) Tiny T-Rex needs help getting the milk out of the fridge so he can spill it (accidentally, of course).


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Redbeard the Scruffy, revised, 20 point buy

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Redbeard
Male halfling bard (daredevil) 1 (Pathfinder RPG Ultimate Combat 32)
NG Small humanoid (halfling)
Init +3; Senses Perception +2
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Defense
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AC 16, touch 14, flat-footed 13 (+2 armor, +3 Dex, +1 size)
hp 10 (1d8+2)
Fort +2, Ref +6, Will +3; +1 vs. mind-affecting or fear, +1 vs. mind-affecting or fear, +1 vs. mind-affecting or fear, +1 vs. mind-affecting or fear, +0 vs. mind-affecting or fear, +2 vs. fear
Defensive Abilities hard to kill
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Offense
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Speed 20 ft.
Melee rapier +4 (1d4+1/18-20) or
scorpion whip +4 (1d3+1)
Ranged shortbow +4 (1d4/×3)
Special Attacks bardic performance 7 rounds/day (countersong, derring-do, distraction, fascinate [DC 13]), mythic power (5/day, surge +1d6)
Bard (Daredevil) Spells Known (CL 1st; concentration +4)
1st (2/day)—grease, hideous laughter (DC 14)
0 (at will)—detect magic, haunted fey aspect[UC], prestidigitation, read magic
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Statistics
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Str 12, Dex 16, Con 13, Int 12, Wis 10, Cha 16
Base Atk +0; CMB +0; CMD 13
Feats Weapon Finesse
Skills Acrobatics +10 (+6 to jump), Bluff +8, Climb +4, Escape Artist +4, Knowledge (local) +5, Perception +2, Perform (oratory) +7, Sleight of Hand +7, Stealth +11, Use Magic Device +7; Racial Modifiers +2 Acrobatics, +2 Climb, +2 Perception
Languages Common, Gnome, Halfling
SQ manifestation points, ability scores
Other Gear leather armor, rapier, scorpion whip[UC], shortbow with 20 arrows, backpack, bedroll, belt pouch, flint and steel, hemp rope (50 ft.), ink, inkpen, journal[UE], mess kit[UE], mirror, pot, soap, torch (10), trail rations (5), waterskin, 48 gp
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Special Abilities
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Bardic Performance (standard action, 7 rounds/day) Your performances can create magical effects.
Fearless +2 racial bonus on all saving throws against fear. This bonus stacks with the bonus granted by halfling luck.
Hard to Kill (Ex) Automatically stabilize when dying, and only die at neg Con x 2.
Manifestation Points, Ability Scores ([none], 13/psychic duel) Every combatant begins a psychic duel with a pool of MP equal to the combatant’s HD + the average of her Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma scores. As a free action, a combatant can draw from this pool to generate MP. A combatant who draws any numb
Surge (1d6) (Su) Use 1 power to increase any d20 roll by the listed amount.


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Oh, weird, even though i hadn't actually given you a mythic path or tiers yet, but because i gave you the option to be mythic, it included the surges and such in the stat block, i'll have to look into whether i can add mythic later or something like that.


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Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
The Long Way Around

For Whom the Bell Tolls

Not dead yet! Just lacking in time for posting up long screenshot-laden posts like this. Now that January overtime is over, should see more activity from here.


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I stand in the yard confusion and a smile on my face. I can smell spring in the air. I can see green leaves on the bushes and green grass instead of snow under my feet ...
Normally this is the worst month of winter. God bless the El Nino winter.


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Praise be to El Nino Winter!


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It was 63 and windy when I got up this morning... at 5:15 am.

So last week it was in the low 40's at night, this week it's in the low 60's. Next week... who knows?

I love living in the Bay Area. We don't have seasons. We have nonsense.


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glares at the bay area

26 is our high today, after that, it starts to get cold, with no end in sight.

That f#@+ing Groundhog had better be right, I used to live on a farm, I'm not afraid of getting my hands bloody dirty.

I would never actually harm a groundhog, Caddyshack is one of my favorite movies.


Caddyshack?


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ARE YOU SERIOUS?!

YOU CANNOT NOT KNOW THAT MOVIE!

Get behind me, Troll, I will not succumb to your temptation!


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Wednesday our high will be 10 degrees, however we're also expecting it to be slightly windy (15-20 mph winds) so that 10 degrees, as you can see, is grossly exaggerated.


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May the Ghost of Rodney Dangerfield haunt your dreams, and the spirits of Bill Murray and to a much lesser extent, Chevy Chase, scream at your ignorance!


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I think they'd rather just stop over and watch the movie with her then go thru all that, these are comedians after all.


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Well, Rodney and Bill, yeah, they're easy going, but Chevy is arrogant and hasn't had a career beyond cameos in Hot Tub Time Machine movies for decades. He would.


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Touche.

He was on Community for awhile.


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I must point out, you forgot Harold Ramis, he directed Caddyshack, although he would just want to show her his collection of ghostly spores.


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So it's one of those ancient classics? Is it any good? I had to search a while to find Breakfast Club but it was kind of nice. I wouldn't go through that much hassle to see old bad movies...


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It's very good, you'll love Billy Murray and the Groundhog.

I feel old now. :-D

Edit: And while viewing our relics of olde, watch Ghostbusters, one of the best movies ever made. :-)


But not part 2.


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Ghostbusters 2 is good, not as good as the first, but not bad.


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Cracks me up that every Kineticist discussion inevitably ends in a contest on who knows The Last Airbender/Legend of Korra best.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Ghostbusters 2 is good, not as good as the first, but not bad.

I think I feel the opposite way, myself. But to each their own. :D


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Indeed, I love hearing different opinions on movies and such. :-)


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So tonight's going to be an interesting game at the kids' table.

Once again, they listened as Mr. Sterotype came up with a terrible, terrible plan ("Let's set off an airburst fireball to attract every creature within 1000 feet and then I'll just fireball everything that comes!"). And to make it more challenging, they decided not waste any buffs by doing anything to, you know, prepare for the onslaught...

So they attracted a demon that's well above their pay grade, and it's about to use a Blasphemy on them that should take at least half the party out of the fight for good.

My *hope* is that the paladin will use her Paladin's Sacrifice on one of the inevitable coup de graces the demon will be performing, allowing me to have Iomedae step in on her behalf. (How much does Mass Heal cure when cast by a goddess?)

My *expectation* is that I'm going to kill half the party and I'll have to give the demon golden cufflinks worth the necessary amount to raise all the dead from the carnage.

Ah, well! Should be an exciting game one way or the other!


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And for the record:

  • Caddyshack: A great, great comedy, with many memorable moments. Some painfully juvenile moments, but many more hilarious ones.
  • Ghostbusters: Harold Ramis at his best.
  • Ghostbusters 2: Utterly forgettable.


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    Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:
    Well, Rodney and Bill, yeah, they're easy going, but Chevy is arrogant and hasn't had a career beyond cameos in Hot Tub Time Machine movies for decades. He would.

    bill, easygoing? You gotta be kidding me. He's easygoing only if you massage his ego or other bodyparts. The man is a pompous ass. Chevy is a legit weirdo who is difficult to work with.


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    Every movie from That time period had painful juvenile moments, it's how you know what era it's from.

    That, and the hair.


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    captain yesterday wrote:

    Every movie from That time period had painful juvenile moments, it's how you know what era it's from.

    That, and the hair.

    And at least one full frontal nudity scene...


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    Storms, storms, storms.

    Then some more storms.

    For a change, a storm. Did you miss it? Don't worry! Another one will be along in a jiffy!

    Or perhaps it's just the same storm, rambling on and on with occasional minor variations, rather like Neil Young's live albums.


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    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    Every movie from That time period had painful juvenile moments, it's how you know what era it's from.

    That, and the hair.

    And at least one full frontal nudity scene...

    And the fact that most of the people involved in the movie were coked up to their eyeballs (at least anecdotally).


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    Rawr! wrote:
    NobodysHome wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:

    Every movie from That time period had painful juvenile moments, it's how you know what era it's from.

    That, and the hair.

    And at least one full frontal nudity scene...

    And the fact that most of the people involved in the movie were coked up to their eyeballs (at least anecdotally).

    It was a wonderful era.


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    You know all those movies and games showing the captain of a ship up in front of the wheel steering? That's usually wrong.

    First, a wheel needs to attach to a tiller, which typically means that it's to the rear of the ship and facing the wheel would have you looking back, not ahead. The wheel also has a box filled with gears attached, because that's the tiller. Seldom does one see this.

    Second, steering is not typically the job of the captain. They have other stuff to do.

    Third, the person steering cannot usually see where the ship is going. Too much of the ship in the way. They are given instructions from a navigator or lookout up near the front. If they fail to do their jobs, ships hit things.

    One did not typically stand in front of the wheel. One stood behind abd off to one side, next to the tiller. That way you could see people trying to get your attention if you failed to hear them.


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    I'm afraid of boats.

    Except canoes, I can canoe all damn summer, if need be.


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    What class would one make Ichabod Crane?


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    Rosita the Riveter wrote:

    You know all those movies and games showing the captain of a ship up in front of the wheel steering? That's usually wrong.

    First, a wheel needs to attach to a tiller, which typically means that it's to the rear of the ship and facing the wheel would have you looking back, not ahead. The wheel also has a box filled with gears attached, because that's the tiller. Seldom does one see this.

    Second, steering is not typically the job of the captain. They have other stuff to do.

    Third, the person steering cannot usually see where the ship is going. Too much of the ship in the way. They are given instructions from a navigator or lookout up near the front. If they fail to do their jobs, ships hit things.

    One did not typically stand in front of the wheel. One stood behind abd off to one side, next to the tiller. That way you could see people trying to get your attention if you failed to hear them.

    mobile suit gundam lied to me.


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    captain yesterday wrote:
    What class would one make Ichabod Crane?

    Low will-save, low-wisdom, no bravery... I'm thinking rogue. But only the really sucky archetypes.


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    Am I only one, that's seen different variations then the Disney cartoon.

    Isn't that ironic. :-D

    Shadow Lodge

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    I've only seen the Disney and Burton versions.


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    Tacticslion wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:
    What class would one make Ichabod Crane?
    Low will-save, low-wisdom, no bravery... I'm thinking rogue. But only the really sucky archetypes.

    Lol, I can't favorite it more then once, but this cracked me up, great stuff!


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    Anyone got the new Tomb Raider? It seems that there is no hype over it anywhere... I only learned that it is already out because I saw it in a shop... WTF?


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    Drejk wrote:
    Anyone got the new Tomb Raider? It seems that there is no hype over it anywhere... I only learned that it is already out because I saw it in a shop... WTF?

    Yes, been really enjoying it. Graphics and story are amazing, but the resource farming gets old at times. Overall a really good game though.


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    Forging a Bronze-Age Sword


    Tomb Raider won't be out for PS4 for some time, now.


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    Ugh. Everything went perfectly. *Almost* as-scripted.

    So there's the paladin with her shiny brand-new legendary sword, which she can only possibly lose if she ever falls...
    ...and then she turns around and pulls pretty much the most horrific fall-worthy act I've ever seen from a paladin in one of my games.

    I can't write it up yet, because I'm giving the player time to realize just what a colossal blunder he's made, but I'm 99% sure I'm going to end up falling the paladin in a few sessions.

    *SIGH*

    And no, you can't know what she did, because FaWtL is a paladin-discussion-free zone...

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