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Saw this and agree!

Me in the AM.

Brain: Oh Fucccc! I am late.

Body: Don't get up!

Liver: Seconded!

Dick: This. IS. SPARTAAAAAAA!


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Sounds about right.


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captain yesterday wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

It seems the antipaladin idea is not going over well with at least half of the other players. I don't want to spoil things, so I'll put that idea on the shelf.

Oh well. Brainstorming again...

I'm sorry, I meant to get back to this last night and forgot.

Did you ever figure out an alternative. :-)

I've figured out way too many alternatives. That's my issue - I come up with so many ideas it's hard to settle.

Once I start playing a character I actually get into it, but during theorycrafting, I just crank out so many I get indecisive.

The party has:

A human dex-based swashbuckler with fencing grace and a rapier
A human dex-based warpriest with a whip and slashing grace focused on tripping.
A half-elf archery-based slayer
A tiefling bomb-focused alchemist with healing bombs and infusions to help the warpriest on healing
Probably an admixture evoker wizard (new player)
Probably a bard or skald (new player)

So then, there's me, putting something in, 'cause my last character (a strength-based half-elf hexcrafter magus) died, and it's pretty obvious they're short on the "strength" side of things.

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Aegis


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Some sort of desert barbarian maybe, or Bear Shaman Druid.

Personally, I've always wanted to build a Dwarven Dorn-Derger fighter.


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I was recommended by another player the desert druid, which is kind of...a mix of your two suggestions.

It seems the desert druid is uniquely suited to Mummy's Mask. Mechanically it's best feature is vermin shape. I'm not too familiar with the various vermin forms, though...

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What DEX 18 looks like.


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Well, you got your giant scorpions, all sorts of spiders, and some flying wasps and s!!~. :-)


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That's true. Scorpions have gotta be badass. I mean, two claws, a stinger, probably improved grab somewhere in there...

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What $46 Million net worth looks like.


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Scorpions almost killed me when I was five.


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I need to listen to the song Seven Years Old, apparently. Putting it here to remember it later.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Aegis

cooooool thanks man


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Mister flaky has already flaked. :-/

I bet if I check his Twitter feed later he's at a bar. :-)

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Freehold DM wrote:
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Aegis
cooooool thanks man

I was thinking of you when I posted that.

I always think of you.

Drop the towel.

Slowly.


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Another movie to glean inspiration for Hell's Vengeance.

The Addams Family.


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baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
Aegis
cooooool thanks man

I was thinking of you when I posted that.

I always think of you.

Drop the towel.

Slowly.

drops towel quickly


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I'll look into tweaking the ability scores, maybe go with more strength. I'm not getting Unchained, not even as a PDF, and on sale for a dollar. :-)
You and Freehold, man... you've got some strange hateraid drinks! ;)

I don't know what you're talking about.

pours haterade over reclining form flashdance style


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captain yesterday wrote:
Honestly, with all the threads I've seen, I think Unchained breaks more then it fixes. :-)

Actually, unchained rogue is pretty rock solid and the badly needed upgrade the Pathfinder rogue has needed. It can actually hold its own with the melee-ers, assuming you don't try to tank alone. I wish there'd been a Str-focused unchained rogue, and I think the skill unlocks are underpowered for the ranks you have to sink into them, but otherwise, it's good to go. Probably the best part of the book (IMO).


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I just didn't think it was needed.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Another movie to glean inspiration for Hell's Vengeance.

The Addams Family.

Tammy based on Wednesday Addams' personality?


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That, and the General's Ghoran Witch reminds me of Morticia Addams. :-)


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Dishes,
They vex me so.
Dishes,
How they grow.
Dishes,
Oh, they'll break when you throw.


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Oh good, just what i needed, Mom issues. >:-(


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I just didn't think it was needed.

I'm with you, I didn't even think that PF was needed. ;)

(Feel free to not favorite this one, TL, if you feel torn about it. :) )


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I definitely thought Pathfinder was needed.

But we've never run into the whole "My rogue can't do what your characters does" situation i see crop up.

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:

I definitely thought Pathfinder was needed.

But we've never run into the whole "My rogue can't do what your characters does" situation i see crop up.

Wait...Are you saying that forum problems are not prevalent in every game. That's crazy talk


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Intriguingly, I have - it's just rarely been a major issue.

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Tacticslion wrote:
Intriguingly, I have - it's just rarely been a major issue.

It's the sno-cone wish machine isn't it.


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High dexterity, with little to no armor, that's how we roll. :-)


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I definitely thought Pathfinder was needed.

But we've never run into the whole "My rogue can't do what your characters does" situation i see crop up.

Wait...Are you saying that forum problems are not prevalent in every game. That's crazy talk

I should make a Paladin for Hell's Vengeance, then get mad when he falls.


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I was rather disappointed that my "determined to be a good paladin but unclear on the concept" 15-year-old player finally realized that he'd promised to release a Chaotic Evil demon-worshipping cleric as soon as he was done exploring the parts of the city she once ruled. (I was going to write "exploring her conquered regions", but on FaWtL that's just asking for trouble.)

The expressions on his face as he worked it all out were priceless. "If I let her go, then I've unleashed a demon-worshipping cleric on the world, and Iomedae will hate me, and I'll fall. If I don't release her, then Iomedae, as a goddess of honor, will hate me, and I'll fall..."

He finally came up with the idea of releasing her, then killing her. Considering the corner he's painted himself into, it's really not a bad solution, as long as he warns her, gives her time to prep, and then tracks her down and kills her. "I promised I'd let you go, and I will be true to that promise. But in our time together I have learned that you are a vile vermin who needs to be exterminated. So once you have been free for 24 hours, I will stop at nothing to track you down and destroy you."

I actually kind of like it.


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Damn it, now i need to find that movie... the one where Ice-T is a homeless guy hunted by some douche bag, the alien guy from Cocoon.

It's based on an earlier movie.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Oh good, just what i needed, Mom issues. >:-(

It would seem i (thankfully) spoke too soon.

Reason, it seems, will prevail. :-)

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NobodysHome wrote:

I was rather disappointed that my "determined to be a good paladin but unclear on the concept" 15-year-old player finally realized that he'd promised to release a Chaotic Evil demon-worshipping cleric as soon as he was done exploring the parts of the city she once ruled. (I was going to write "exploring her conquered regions", but on FaWtL that's just asking for trouble.)

The expressions on his face as he worked it all out were priceless. "If I let her go, then I've unleashed a demon-worshipping cleric on the world, and Iomedae will hate me, and I'll fall. If I don't release her, then Iomedae, as a goddess of honor, will hate me, and I'll fall..."

He finally came up with the idea of releasing her, then killing her. Considering the corner he's painted himself into, it's really not a bad solution, as long as he warns her, gives her time to prep, and then tracks her down and kills her. "I promised I'd let you go, and I will be true to that promise. But in our time together I have learned that you are a vile vermin who needs to be exterminated. So once you have been free for 24 hours, I will stop at nothing to track you down and destroy you."

I actually kind of like it.

TFY's rule #131

Before you do something REALLY stupid, make sure you know the DM’s policy on Atonement.


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Captain Yesterday's rule #2

Never play a Paladin, I will do something stupid.


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Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Intriguingly, I have - it's just rarely been a major issue.
It's the sno-cone wish machine isn't it.

Heh. I have a game with that. That isn't the game that makes the fighter feel irrelevant.

It's the game with the hard that makes the rogue feel irrelevant.

:)


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Oh, yes, Mr. Police Officer. Please do roll up to two people in a heated public argument you were summoned to defuse and lose control of your temper immediately. That's a brilliant idea that's not at all going to get everybody else boiling over in response and necessitate the handcuffs coming out.


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NobodysHome wrote:

He finally came up with the idea of releasing her, then killing her. Considering the corner he's painted himself into, it's really not a bad solution, as long as he warns her, gives her time to prep, and then tracks her down and kills her. "I promised I'd let you go, and I will be true to that promise. But in our time together I have learned that you are a vile vermin who needs to be exterminated. So once you have been free for 24 hours, I will stop at nothing to track you down and destroy you."

I actually kind of like it.

I like it too. It's great drama, and also a great demonstration of why NG is the goodest good. A NG hero doesn't have to compromise the protection of innocents with honor.

"I promised I'd let you go, but that was before I knew you were a scum-of-the-earth villain. So that's why I killed you immediately and without hesitation, before setting you loose on who-knows-how-many innocents." Much less dramatic than your player's solution, but also much Gooder. ;)

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What's this? A reasonable paladin discussion? On MY forum?


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Cap'n Yesterday, Evil Overlord wrote:
Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

I definitely thought Pathfinder was needed.

But we've never run into the whole "My rogue can't do what your characters does" situation i see crop up.

Wait...Are you saying that forum problems are not prevalent in every game. That's crazy talk
I should make a Paladin for Hell's Vengeance, then get mad when he falls.

that sounds like an awesome character for the game.


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NobodysHome wrote:

I was rather disappointed that my "determined to be a good paladin but unclear on the concept" 15-year-old player finally realized that he'd promised to release a Chaotic Evil demon-worshipping cleric as soon as he was done exploring the parts of the city she once ruled. (I was going to write "exploring her conquered regions", but on FaWtL that's just asking for trouble.)

The expressions on his face as he worked it all out were priceless. "If I let her go, then I've unleashed a demon-worshipping cleric on the world, and Iomedae will hate me, and I'll fall. If I don't release her, then Iomedae, as a goddess of honor, will hate me, and I'll fall..."

He finally came up with the idea of releasing her, then killing her. Considering the corner he's painted himself into, it's really not a bad solution, as long as he warns her, gives her time to prep, and then tracks her down and kills her. "I promised I'd let you go, and I will be true to that promise. But in our time together I have learned that you are a vile vermin who needs to be exterminated. So once you have been free for 24 hours, I will stop at nothing to track you down and destroy you."

I actually kind of like it.

I REALLY like it.

Bonus points if they are something akin to friends.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

He finally came up with the idea of releasing her, then killing her. Considering the corner he's painted himself into, it's really not a bad solution, as long as he warns her, gives her time to prep, and then tracks her down and kills her. "I promised I'd let you go, and I will be true to that promise. But in our time together I have learned that you are a vile vermin who needs to be exterminated. So once you have been free for 24 hours, I will stop at nothing to track you down and destroy you."

I actually kind of like it.

I like it too. It's great drama, and also a great demonstration of why NG is the goodest good. A NG hero doesn't have to compromise the protection of innocents with honor.

"I promised I'd let you go, but that was before I knew you were a scum-of-the-earth villain. So that's why I killed you immediately and without hesitation, before setting you loose on who-knows-how-many innocents." Much less dramatic than your player's solution, but also much Gooder. ;)

that's...anti climactic.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I just didn't think it was needed.

me either. I am a fan of archetypes and alternate class abilities, not new classes and "repairs" to old ones. The latter reminds me too much of the cold war/MAD gaming days of times gone by. I have no desire to revisit them.


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Found Idlewild by Outkast at vinnies, it's super good!

Also M.O.M. - Music for Our Mother Ocean, which I'm super excited to find, it's been years!


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

He finally came up with the idea of releasing her, then killing her. Considering the corner he's painted himself into, it's really not a bad solution, as long as he warns her, gives her time to prep, and then tracks her down and kills her. "I promised I'd let you go, and I will be true to that promise. But in our time together I have learned that you are a vile vermin who needs to be exterminated. So once you have been free for 24 hours, I will stop at nothing to track you down and destroy you."

I actually kind of like it.

I like it too. It's great drama, and also a great demonstration of why NG is the goodest good. A NG hero doesn't have to compromise the protection of innocents with honor.

"I promised I'd let you go, but that was before I knew you were a scum-of-the-earth villain. So that's why I killed you immediately and without hesitation, before setting you loose on who-knows-how-many innocents." Much less dramatic than your player's solution, but also much Gooder. ;)

that's...anti climactic.

The best solutions usually are. :)


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I just didn't think it was needed.
me either. I am a fan of archetypes and alternate class abilities, not new classes and "repairs" to old ones. The latter reminds me too much of the cold war/MAD gaming days of times gone by. I have no desire to revisit them.

My unrogued chain says otherwise.


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Something tells me I shouldn't like Wynonna Earp. But I really do. The comedy aspects are my kind of humor.


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I will tell you this: the next time I play a halfling, I'm wearing f&*&ing shoes.

I don't care how tough the soles of your feet are, you look ridiculous, and it's disgusting and unhygienic.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:

I will tell you this: the next time I play a halfling, I'm wearing f!&~ing shoes.

I don't care how tough the soles of your feet are, you look ridiculous, and it's disgusting and unhygienic.

the halflings in my campaign setting wear shoes. They are famous for them actually.

Hobbit feet are for Tolkien. Leave them with Tolkien. No, your setting is not more old school because Tolkien. It's more Tolkien because you are going Tolkien.

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