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I'd like it.


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Scintillae wrote:
I'd like it.

I think you just broke Freehold's brain.


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I would be waiting for the other shoe to drop, as demons do not let go of their worshippers lightly.


Were I GMing, if such a thing as demonic reprisal would be in the cards, during the night I'd have a dream - y'know, Desna's whole... thing... that warned of the possibility of retaliation and maybe gave a vague interpretive hint as to what to expect.

Vague enough that it's not helpful to accurately predict when (because dream-logic), but crunchy enough that they have some idea that it's coming and maybe even can put the pieces together about what (or who) they face.

Also,

Freehold DM wrote:
as demons do not let go of their worshippers lightly.

... is very true, but they're also busy and chaotic - while certainly and entirely capable of long-term planning, "taking revenge 'cause a tribe of trogs" is rather easily lost in the face of things like, "prevent rival from axing me in the back" or "that battle that literally spans continents I was gonna do today."

As a result, I'd have a select, specific limit to how much any given demon is willing to "spend" on such a petty thing. Obviously the first wave would be the peons, the second would be slightly stronger, the third might get serious, and the fourth, if any, would be tough... but it would fit neatly into leveling up.

(As an aside, the PCs would also be killing more demons, which, you know, win/win.)

NH Only; or, I guess, fellow GMs:
As an aside, I do so love both the Faction system and the Mythic system. It juuuuuuuuuust so happens that this sort of thing neatly fits into both.

Now, this wouldn't count as a full on mythic rank accomplishment, and I know you like the hero point system better, but I could see this equate to a lesser mythic trial - maybe like a stepping stone on the way to "mythic" (whatever that means in your games).

As to the factions, the ever-vague religious faction is super useful for this sort of thing - it's important to remember, though, that it should be more of a rough guide, not-so-much "hard" rules - maybe something you even keep notes on in the background instead of them keeping track of their Prestige Awards (Total or Current).

But that's just me.


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So, I could make a lizardfolk Champion named Dragonbait.

Just saying.


Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan~!

Maoyu is over six years old, left off there, and hasn't seen a sequel?! What the WHAT.

Sigh.


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There has been a healthy amount of H, however.


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Orthos wrote:
I seem to be the only one here living in a place with reliable forecasting.

For me to know if this statement were true, I would have to actually check the weather beyond looking out my window.


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Gotta love my shopping list.

Tiny T-Rex wrote down: blue Doritos

The General wrote down: Jalapeno chips

Crookshanks wrote down: Run The Jewels CD.


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About to go home. Good night, everyone.


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Woran wrote:
Can I be a superhero too?

Hmm how about Magik? She Really enjoys food and frankly I could see you wielding a big sword and cutting some people.


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Woran wrote:
Can I be a superhero too?

It's 2020, you can be anything you want.

I hereby dub thee "Super Woran"! Your powers are whatever you would like them to be.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Woran wrote:
Can I be a superhero too?

It's 2020, you can be anything you want.

I hereby dub thee "Super Woran"! Your powers are whatever you would like them to be.

That is one heck of a deal. Can I also get my powers of choice?


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Woran wrote:
Can I be a superhero too?

It's 2020, you can be anything you want.

I hereby dub thee "Super Woran"! Your powers are whatever you would like them to be.

That is one heck of a deal. Can I also get my powers of choice?

No, sorry. That was a one time offer, and Woran got it. You get ...let me see what I have in back ... *rummage rummage* ... a broken toaster. Enjoy!


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Does "Broken Toaster" sound like a band from the '90s to anyone else? Like "Sunday at the Coliseum, Broken Toaster opens for Hoobastank!"


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You mean it's not?


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NobodysHome wrote:

Player Perspective Time

This is from Shattered Star and has somewhat significant spoilers in that it provides one solution to one part of Book 2, but it's not like it's not fairly obvious once you're there.

I'm just looking for player feedback: "That would make me feel really empowered and cool," vs., "The GM's a power-tripping jerk again. I wish he'd stop."

** spoiler omitted **...

Personally I think it's good.

I think it really helps reinforce your "all actions have consequences" world-building ethos.

Spoiler:
As for the NPC, it's right in line with the now high-level paladin of Sarenrae working in Underbridge (she came about from their earlier RotRL campaign). Adds NPCs to the world that the party has connections to, and that's always something that can come in handy even down the line.

As for the deific assistance...since it's divination spells it's guidance rather than direct intervention, and players can always screw up and ask the wrong question(s) or word them poorly. That's even before you get to the issues of interpretation of the answers.

Granted, I've read most of your campaign journals, and I know this group doesn't really *need* additional encouragement, but it's consistent with how you handled your Runelords campaign and it gives them another moment to remember.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
You mean it's not?

Maybe it is. Perhaps there is even a cover band called "Wonky Blender". Or "The Food Processor is on the Fritz."


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I like the German cover band fritzi'n fryer better.


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What about the group that countrified all of Broken Toaster's hits? You know, "Cattywampus Stand Mixer"?


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What was your favorite Broken Toaster song? Mine was the one about defrosting a freezer. I think it was called "Water Under the Fridge".


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Not as good as the french Techno band shattered sous vide.


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If we're talking French techno, then I think we shouldn't forget "Flambéd Juicer and the Raspberry Brûlée."


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How about their classic love song "I Loved her like sliced bread but then it got stale."


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

How about their classic love song "I Loved her like sliced bread but then it got stale."

Don't forget the followup track "And Then We Made Pain Perdu".


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That's French for "French Toast". Basically.


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How have we not yet mentioned the Canadian band "F*cked Up Wine Fridge" and their hit song "Beethoven's Fifth of Whiskey"?


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yeah I heard that band made a lot of dough but not much money. I think it was because of their crummy agent. He wasn't much of a bread winner for em.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
How have we not yet mentioned the Canadian band "F*cked Up Wine Fridge" and their hit song "Beethoven's Fifth of Whiskey"?

Oh yeah I liked their song "they see me rollin' they Hayden." didn't care as much for "Too hot to Handel".


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What about "I Want You Bach"?


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I think instead we will just rent this spot fur a elise.


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That depends, were you going for a "getting busy" joke or a "getting the *ahem*" joke? The first is fine, the latter might be crossing a line.


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Let's assume the first. That sounds like it's for the best.


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I can't remember who the band was that did the song about a girl who got off by dressing like an animal. I know it was called "Furry Lisa", but the band escapes me. Maybe Smoking Microwave?


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You sure it wasn't cracked crock pot?


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Perhaps it was Sundered Electric Whisk.


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Maybe Mashed mixing bowl.


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Tumbled Tupperware?
Badgered Soup Spoon?
Gnawed-Upon-by-a-3-Week-Old-Dachshund-Puppy Ladle?
Hot Shame and the Indoor Kites?

I may have borrowed that last one from Noel Fielding and Richard Ayoade.


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I thought it was a bit off.


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Are you referring to the Australian grudge-punk band "A Little Bit Off the Sides, but Leave it Long in the Front"?


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You sure that's not the bluegrass band "Formal in the front, party in the back"?


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captain yesterday wrote:

So, I could make a lizardfolk Champion named Dragonbait.

Just saying.

...And a halfling bard called Olive, but you couldn't go much further without the new 'Boudoir Armour of Golarian' supplement.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
What was your favorite Broken Toaster song? Mine was the one about defrosting a freezer. I think it was called "Water Under the Fridge".

I liked 'Smells Like Clean Ovens', personally.

'Laura and her Faulty Hand Blenders' were another good outfit. Acoustic-y female-led indie-folk, kind of similar to Joan Osbourne or Alanis Morissette, but with a country twist!


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Just beware of "Vince and His Handy-Dandy Pocket Slap Chop". His stuff was all derivative of "Stephanie's Back Splash Needs a Good Scrubbing".


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
You sure that's not the bluegrass band "Formal in the front, party in the back"?

Nah, it's the opposite. The band members all had stellum.

(That's 'mullets' backwards.)


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That would be a weird fashion trend. possibly very dangerous. you would be bumping into things all the time.


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Use product to keep it up out of your face, and you've got a "Flock of Seagulls" look. Don't, and you look emo.


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I'm imagining Legion (Marvel) now.


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Looks more like a Kid 'n Play to me. Unless I'm looking at the wrong thing.


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Hmm yeah I could see that too.
Maybe you were thinking more of a there's something about Mary.

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