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*Gets dressed* Here's a new product idea, just for Freehold. McRib flavored Pizza Rolls. How's that?


Freehold DM wrote:
ill send some your way along with that mermaid rail thing.
Freehold DM wrote:
ill send some your way along with that mermaid tail thing.

Hah! I have it! Proof! I caught you in editing act!


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John Napier 698 wrote:
*Gets dressed* Here's a new product idea, just for Freehold. McRib flavored Pizza Rolls. How's that?

YUM!


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Tacticslion wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
ill send some your way along with that mermaid rail thing.
Freehold DM wrote:
ill send some your way along with that mermaid tail thing.
Hah! I have it! Proof! I caught you in editing act!

A "mermaid rail" sounds like a weapon we need for our ship in the Skull & Shackles campaign!

(And FWIW, GothBard dropped fleet combat entirely and we're just going through the post-fleet-battle onboard melees and it's going quite well. Yet another AP where dropping the new rule system vastly improves it...)


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Ship combat works better if you use hexes.

And star ships.


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Haha! We made it up to 32 degrees!

Take that winter!!


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And just 2.5-3 hours south of you...we've hit 44 degrees. Heat wave.


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Tacticslion wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
*Gets dressed* Here's a new product idea, just for Freehold. McRib flavored Pizza Rolls. How's that?
YUM!

Some shredded Rib meat, a little bit of Onion, Some Barbecue sauce as a binding agent, and wrapped in a Pizza roll-like pastry. Oven toasted to cook. Microwavable.


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Kjeldorn wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Nobody moving to Sweden?

We've actually discussed it. It's very high on our list of countries to which to emigrate (along with Norway). But NobodysWife's aversion to cold and my near-incapability of learning new languages kind of precludes it. And my in-laws are all still under an hour from us, and would be distraught at a trans-continental move...

*Crys*

No one ever wants to move to Denmark!!!

*Sobs*

I'm going to Copenhagen in December, for a work trip. There's an arsenal I want to visit while I'm there, which nobody else will want to go to, and I might like to go to the Carlsberg brewery as well, even though I don't like regular Carlsberg (apparently they did make stout but have stopped doing so, the reprobates).

Failing that, I'll stand on the docks, gaze at the Little Mermaid in rapturous adoration, then fall in the sea.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Nobody moving to Sweden?

We've actually discussed it. It's very high on our list of countries to which to emigrate (along with Norway). But NobodysWife's aversion to cold and my near-incapability of learning new languages kind of precludes it. And my in-laws are all still under an hour from us, and would be distraught at a trans-continental move...

*Crys*

No one ever wants to move to Denmark!!!

*Sobs*

But... isn't Denmark just that unincorporated part of Europe that speaks everyone else's language fluently and makes Legos?!

(Sorry! In truth, Denmark was actually super-awesome, but that was a joke I'd heard several times when passing through. Hey, how's the Danish language (Dansk, I think?) doing? I'd heard it was in danger of going extinct? Is it on the rebound?)

Huh...

That's news to me. Well, I mean that its not really growing either. We are small population, small country, not a particular powerful economic power and its a annoyingly difficult language (even for native speakers!), which severely limits the general usefulness of the language.
That said, I don't see it dying on us yet. Its simply too important for the cultural and national self-understanding, as with so many others nations, who's modern identity was build on the back of European continental nationalism in the 19th century.


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Ah, is there anything quite so pleasant as working your butt off for the first 3 days of the week so that you're all wrapped up by 2:00 pm on the Thursday before a 3-day weekend?

It's even warm enough that I have the whole house open, so a nice breeze is blowing through. (Somewhere in the 60's).

Life is good.


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In other NobodysHome news, people are really baffled by the way I work with electronics. I work for a global megacorporation and NobodysWife is a game designer in San Francisco, so we're finally making a dual salary and can actually replace things as they break.

Yet a few months ago Impus Minor found a huge (27") monitor by the side of the road. We took it inside, tested it, and I put it in storage. Last night, Impus Major was working on an English report and really needed two monitors, so I dug it out, found some cables and adapters, and hooked it up for him. Of course, the calico knocked it off the desk, but:
(a) We didn't care, since it had been free
(b) Miraculously, it didn't break.

So now Impus Major has dual monitors. And I'll freely admit, I have a nice sturdy dual monitor stand that Global Megacorporation purchased for me, so I ordered a second one from Amazon for him. So technically his second monitor cost us $70.

My laser printer is another joyful story. I think it's 12 or more years old (I see reviews of that model going back to 2005, but I think I got it back in my contracting days in 2003). The paper feeder no longer works and Hi couldn't fix it, so for the last year or so I've been lovingly hand-feeding single sheets into it. The print drum's gotten corrupt in some way so about 1/4 of the pages come out with massive black areas. The power switch doesn't work; you have to turn it on and off again for a good 5 minutes before it'll finally start up.

But I love the old warhorse, and hate thinking about getting rid of it. Unfortunately, I really kind of *have* to, since it's the printer I use for all my game prep, so I ordered a brand new multi-function printer with almost the exact same form factor so I can put it in the same place.

But all in all, cars and electronics last 15-20 years at my house, as opposed to the 3-5 years in more "typical" households. Yet people always give me their 3-5-year-old stuff, figuring it's better than what I've got. And I keep my old junk and pass on the newer stuff.

I'm old and crotchety, and comfy in my midden.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Nobody moving to Sweden?

We've actually discussed it. It's very high on our list of countries to which to emigrate (along with Norway). But NobodysWife's aversion to cold and my near-incapability of learning new languages kind of precludes it. And my in-laws are all still under an hour from us, and would be distraught at a trans-continental move...

*Crys*

No one ever wants to move to Denmark!!!

*Sobs*

I'm going to Copenhagen in December, for a work trip. There's an arsenal I want to visit while I'm there, which nobody else will want to go to, and I might like to go to the Carlsberg brewery as well, even though I don't like regular Carlsberg (apparently they did make stout but have stopped doing so, the reprobates).

Failing that, I'll stand on the docks, gaze at the Little Mermaid in rapturous adoration, then fall in the sea.

Huh...

Again that's news to me, but if it's true, it's an outrage!
I mean the Carl's stout wasn't the best, but it was perfectly good beer!
I know you can still get the porter some places, its an imperial stout on a slightly low-ish 8.2%, but its serviceable.

If porters you thing, I would recommend the "Limfjords Porter" from Thisted bryghus. Again a bit on the light side with its 7.9%, but its full of a heavy roasted liquorice flavour. It should also be fairly easy to get your hands on...
Although nothing is certain, when you sent foot on the devil isle (yes that's what we Jutes call Zeeland - the devil isle - and No, we are not bitter about being ruled through the centuries from there, Nope not a bit).


Kjeldorn wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Sissyl wrote:
Nobody moving to Sweden?

We've actually discussed it. It's very high on our list of countries to which to emigrate (along with Norway). But NobodysWife's aversion to cold and my near-incapability of learning new languages kind of precludes it. And my in-laws are all still under an hour from us, and would be distraught at a trans-continental move...

*Crys*

No one ever wants to move to Denmark!!!

*Sobs*

But... isn't Denmark just that unincorporated part of Europe that speaks everyone else's language fluently and makes Legos?!

(Sorry! In truth, Denmark was actually super-awesome, but that was a joke I'd heard several times when passing through. Hey, how's the Danish language (Dansk, I think?) doing? I'd heard it was in danger of going extinct? Is it on the rebound?)

Huh...

That's news to me. Well, I mean that its not really growing either. We are small population, small country, not a particular powerful economic power and its a annoyingly difficult language (even for native speakers!), which severely limits the general usefulness of the language.
That said, I don't see it dying on us yet. Its simply too important for the cultural and national self-understanding, as with so many others nations, who's modern identity was build on the back of European continental nationalism in the 19th century.

Well, my news was from back in the 90s, so it's been quite a while. At the time, I'd heard they were offering free scholarships for majors in Dansk to make it more relevant (since so much of the populous was learning other languages, many were abandoning Dansk - and I have to say, I've never heard anyone speak so many languages so flawlessly with so little accent as in Copenhagen in... Burger King. And literally everywhere else in Denmark; it was super-impressive).

But I'm glad it's got a solid following. :)


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John Napier 698 wrote:
*Gets dressed* Here's a new product idea, just for Freehold. McRib flavored Pizza Rolls. How's that?

pizzas not the only thing that needs to be rolled up...


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NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, is there anything quite so pleasant as working your butt off for the first 3 days of the week so that you're all wrapped up by 2:00 pm on the Thursday before a 3-day weekend?

It's even warm enough that I have the whole house open, so a nice breeze is blowing through. (Somewhere in the 60's).

Life is good.

you had me until that 60 degree part. Ugh. Uncomfortably warm.


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Damn it, they have too many people working tonight.

They're doing all my busy work. >:-(


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I remember sixty degrees.

Barely.


The heck is this?!

It's like all the lights decided to try crawling into my brain through my eyes.

The headache isn't all that bad but the glare is unbearably obnoxious from just... lights, all of a sudden. Normal lights.

What.


Sunglasses help.

At night.

When it's dark.

What is this?


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My archaic inventory device thingy won't crash as long as I don't move it suddenly or pick it up.

I can work with that.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Sunglasses help.

At night.

When it's dark.

What is this?

It sounds like your pupils are dilated. Get to a clinic.


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O_O

Just... for no reason, out of nowhere? That's not normal, man.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Sunglasses help.

At night.

When it's dark.

What is this?

It sounds like your pupils are dilated. Get to a clinic.

Thanks. After an hour, it's mostly better, now, and they don't look dilated, at least at present. It was an awful lot like that, though. Hm. Weird.


Looking it up, apparently the Internet thinks I did illegal drugs.

Hah!

I didn't even take legal drugs!

(Though I'm about to take Tylenol.)

EDIT: also, to be clear, my eyes don't look dilated at all - and they didn't look dilated earlier, either, from what I could tell. Just weird sensitivity. I checked dilation just because it was suggested.


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After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.

Anyway!

This has been your "weird TMI medical moments with TL" :D


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You want contact lenses?

Mail me check tomorrow and I'll send you new eyeballs next week!


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Entirely too many people are doing layaways today.

I guess that explains the extra muscle working tonight.


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Tacticslion wrote:
After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.

Adding that to the long list of reasons I have to stick with glasses....


Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.
Adding that to the long list of reasons I have to stick with glasses....

Well, this is the first time that I am certain such a thing has happened, in, like, twenty years of wearing them, so...

(Holy cow, has it really been twenty years?! No: it's been twenty-one. O.O)


Hey, FaWtL: anyone know of a peychopomp who's fire-themed? Or earth-themed?
(Or lava-themed...)


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Break time!!


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Speaking of unworkable AP subsystems, it turns out that Jade Regent's whole "teamwork" thing is mathematically impossible.

I know it's a common cry, but doesn't someone playtest/double-check these things before publication? "Oh, here's a table with point totals. Let's count up the points and make sure they make sense."

Took me 15 minutes to learn that the system just won't work.


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Tacticslion wrote:

Hey, FaWtL: anyone know of a peychopomp who's fire-themed? Or earth-themed?

(Or lava-themed...)

The yamaraj is a big ol' dragon thing, you could make an excuse for it being associated with either of those.

Alternatively, the one that looks like a skeleton in Dia De Los Muertos garb (can't remember the name right now) might work, as you could tie bones and burial to an earth theme.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.
Adding that to the long list of reasons I have to stick with glasses....

Well, this is the first time that I am certain such a thing has happened, in, like, twenty years of wearing them, so...

(Holy cow, has it really been twenty years?! No: it's been twenty-one. O.O)

I just really don't like the idea of contacts. Not comfortable with having things close to my eyes.


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Tacticslion wrote:

After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.

Anyway!

This has been your "weird TMI medical moments with TL" :D

Or migraine aura. That's often how migraine hits me. Sometimes you can even get the aura without getting the nausea inducing headache to go along with it.


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Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.
Adding that to the long list of reasons I have to stick with glasses....

Well, this is the first time that I am certain such a thing has happened, in, like, twenty years of wearing them, so...

(Holy cow, has it really been twenty years?! No: it's been twenty-one. O.O)

I just really don't like the idea of contacts. Not comfortable with having things close to my eyes.

I had contacts, but I had to stop wearing them. Turns out I don't produce enough tears. I don't have any irritation from it normally when I'm wearing glasses. But putting something right on my eyeball turned out to be a huge problem and I got really tired of having to put eyedrops in my eyes every twenty minutes. Glasses are only frustrating when I'm trying to swim. The rest of the time it's not even a big deal. So I can totally understand not wanting to mess with the whole putting something in your eyes every day.


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I'm like the opposite of NH when it comes to electronics. We have a running joke that I have some kind of electronics killing aura because things just do not last long around me, and often stop working in weird ways. :P
So we have new stuff because old stuff breaks. At one point we had a friend of ours who works in IT come over and try to figure out some of the things that were malfunctioning, and the increasing frustration and bafflement as he realized that it should be working but still wasn't was very vindicating. Like, dude, I know, I already tried that! I don't know why it's all borked up!
So that's why we can't have nice things....


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Well, Tac, I'm glad you're feeling better. Still, I'd consult your PCP or your optometrist as soon as you can.


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Cross-posted from JJ's thread, 'cause it's a fun question!

Yeah, I do this.

It's fuuuuuuuuuuuuunnnnnnnnnnnnn.

So, every FaWtL, barring that this doesn't make any actual sense (we'll just use "hand-wavium" to make a square peg/round hole fit): if you, in real life, could have the nearest equivalent of 20 levels in a class, but had to have an archetype from a completely different class (again, ignoring specifics; presuppose you get the benefits and rrrroooouuuugggghhhhllllyyyyy equivalent losses) which class and which archetype (from what other class) would you choose?

Similarly, if you gained the equivalent of 20 levels, but ten had to be in a Prestige Class, which class and prestige class?

As a frame of reference, any d20 system more-or-less compatible with PF (including SF, though that brings a whole can of worms itself, the various 3.X, and anything else you think is relevant) is available.

Here is a list of those I'm talking to (as you've all posted over the last ten pages):

01) aatea
02) CH
03) Crookshanks
04) CY
05) doctor_wu
06) Drejk
07) Freehold
08) gran
09) Icy
10) J4rh43d
11) John (Napier)
12) Kjeldorn
13) Limey
14) lisamarlene
15) lynora
16) NH
17) Orthos
18) Scint
19) Sharoth
20) Sissyl
21) Syrus
22) Thomas Seitz (look, I know you've been hanging around, because you just favorited a post of mine I'm secretly psychic!)
23) TOZ
24) TS
25) Vanykrye
26) Vidmaster
27) Wei Ji

... and since I know for a fact that a certain Chinese kitty sometimes hangs out over hear (but rarely posts anything!! >:I): Mort. Just... Just a Mort.

If your name is not on the list, what can I say? You haven't posted in the last ten pages (or favorite'd anything from them that I've seen)!

... also: sorry!

(But please participate anyway!)

Is this a pointless random question? YES!

Am I excited to see what my friends reply with? YES!

Why? I'unno!

Me: Probably a psionic erudite (presupposing access to more than just "base" powers - psion (telepath) otherwise) with... hmm... maybe the distorter archetype from the cryptic, or the pacifism archetype of the vitalist, or from the tactician, the amplifier, battle medic, commander, metanexus, or unifier. The cerebremancer, erudite, metamind, metamorph, psychic fist, or (if all participants are functionally willing*) thrallherd.

So, making a hard decision, I'll go with psionic erudite with the unifier tactician archetype. And erudite with the cerebremancer prestige (probably wizard without needing a spellbook).

* I'm aware that it might seem to be an apparent contradiction, but there is the possibility that it's a willing decision made, not a forced state; I'm not interested in unwilling allies, but a coherent and strong allies.


lynora wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.
Adding that to the long list of reasons I have to stick with glasses....

Well, this is the first time that I am certain such a thing has happened, in, like, twenty years of wearing them, so...

(Holy cow, has it really been twenty years?! No: it's been twenty-one. O.O)

I just really don't like the idea of contacts. Not comfortable with having things close to my eyes.
I had contacts, but I had to stop wearing them. Turns out I don't produce enough tears. I don't have any irritation from it normally when I'm wearing glasses. But putting something right on my eyeball turned out to be a huge problem and I got really tired of having to put eyedrops in my eyes every twenty minutes. Glasses are only frustrating when I'm trying to swim. The rest of the time it's not even a big deal. So I can totally understand not wanting to mess with the whole putting something in your eyes every day.

Hm... that... sounds familiar, as well. Hm.


lynora wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
After a little more research, I suspect it's contact lens irritation. Light sensitivity can be brought about by that, and I am wearing contacts and my eyes are slightly dry/irritated, so that's a possible and reasonable thing.
Adding that to the long list of reasons I have to stick with glasses....

Well, this is the first time that I am certain such a thing has happened, in, like, twenty years of wearing them, so...

(Holy cow, has it really been twenty years?! No: it's been twenty-one. O.O)

I just really don't like the idea of contacts. Not comfortable with having things close to my eyes.
I had contacts, but I had to stop wearing them. Turns out I don't produce enough tears. I don't have any irritation from it normally when I'm wearing glasses. But putting something right on my eyeball turned out to be a huge problem and I got really tired of having to put eyedrops in my eyes every twenty minutes. Glasses are only frustrating when I'm trying to swim. The rest of the time it's not even a big deal. So I can totally understand not wanting to mess with the whole putting something in your eyes every day.

I have no problem with glasses in theory; in practice, no matter what pair, they've always gotten in the way when I try and do anything physical, I get dizzier/headaches more easily, and my nose breaks out all the time (from sweat). All that's super-fair, though!

EDIT: finished my sentence after an accidental submission


Psionics for the curious.

Pathfinder Psionics

3.5 psionics (still lacking the erudite)

NH: this discussion, in case you missed it or were having trouble finding it again (including various suggestions for ease of play/increase of foe durability)

Me: still nothing suspicious, also this is for me

EDIT: linkage!


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Tacticslion wrote:

So, every FaWtL, barring that this doesn't make any actual sense (we'll just use "hand-wavium" to make a square peg/round hole fit): if you, in real life, could have the nearest equivalent of 20 levels in a class, but had to have an archetype from a completely different class (again, ignoring specifics; presuppose you get the benefits and rrrroooouuuugggghhhhllllyyyyy equivalent losses) which class and which archetype (from what other class) would you choose?

Similarly, if you gained the equivalent of 20 levels, but ten had to be in a Prestige Class, which class and prestige class?

Off the top of my head, I'd say a Wilder (psionics) with an archetype that gives me the Dark Knowledge ability from the Archivist (3.5 Heroes of Horror) in exchange for something.

For a prestige class, I'd probably go with the one that lets you theurge between a psionic class and an invocation user, with Wilder/Dragonfire Adept as my base.

Also my race would be Maenad because having gemstudded skin and literal sonic-blast temper is cool.


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We've been invaded by teenagers.

Apparently, it's a big deal.

Fools, you get rid of teenagers by completely ignoring their b#@!+$@~ antics.


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HOLY COW STAR WARS CLONE WARS HOW DID YOU GO FROM "SAVE A STUPID HUTT BABY, WOW THIS IS BORING" TO ONE OF THE MOST COMPELLING CARTOON COURTROOM/CRIME DRAMAS I'VE EVER SEEN


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No spoilers! I just started watching that series. Yes I know it's old. I don't care.


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Hmm. This is a hard choice for me because anyone who knows me knows that I'm like kind of obsessed with psionics. It's my favorite classes in the game. But for me personally? I have to admit that witch is probably a better fit with my interests and personality.
And archetypes? Uh.....*quickly goes to look up some of those cause I honestly don't use them much*......Okay so I'm thinking the cleric's crashing wave archetype. Cause then I can basically be a water bender.....I may be a wee bit obsessed with A:tLA.


Orthos wrote:
No spoilers! I just started watching that series. Yes I know it's old. I don't care.

No spoilers. Just... wow.

The movie (akin to an extended episode 1) is boring.
Season 1 is okay. Two is decent.
Seasons 3-5 are incredible.

It accomplishes everything the sequels failed to do in terms of establishing compelling motivations, a believable set of motivations, and making taxation, trade agreements, politics, courtroom stuff, and tediously long battles both fascinating and compelling as well as making the vents in the films seem reasonable.

It's... powerful.

Just... be ready to have fanon and be mad.


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Tacticslion wrote:
So, every FaWtL, barring that this doesn't make any actual sense (we'll just use "hand-wavium" to make a square peg/round hole fit): if you, in real life, could have the nearest equivalent of 20 levels in a class, but had to have an archetype from a completely different class (again, ignoring specifics; presuppose you get the benefits and rrrroooouuuugggghhhhllllyyyyy equivalent losses) which class and which archetype (from what other class) would you choose?

Alchemist/Bard [Archivist]. Because who doesn't want to be a crazy know-it-all mad scientist?

Quote:
Similarly, if you gained the equivalent of 20 levels, but ten had to be in a Prestige Class, which class and prestige class?

Soracle theurge.

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