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AM HELLKNIGHT wrote:

First, Merisiel, I am duty-bound to convey a message: "your services to Imperial Cheliax are appreciated, and in gratitude please accept this chest of coins and our warmest wishes." Hrmph. I imagine it has something to do with that expedition. The one with the snakes they're writing those ten-copper novels about.

In light of your meritorious service and the implied request that I not attempt to bring you to justice, are there any accomplices or rivals upon whom you would wish retribution? Do you recall their names and places of residence?

Well... there's that undead ghost guy who keeps haunting these forums... can't remember his name off the top of my head though...


Gern Blacktusk wrote:
What is the deal with that Gnome in the big hat and his rooster-snake-ferret pet?

He's just looking for attention. Don't acknowledge the chicklizatrice and he'll eventually go away.

The Exchange

Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
Merisiel, how come you're the only one who talks to us? I mean, don't get me wrong, you're great - it's just your friends are great too and I'd like to ask them things. Any chance you could prod some of them toward making some appearances and answering some questions?
Probably because they're all too clogged up on their self-importantce. Fame's gone to their heads. They're all just kids though, so you can pardon them that.

AHEM.

The Exchange

Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Midnight_Angel wrote:

Dear Meri-chan,

how could this (NSFW) happen... and how much did you enjoy it?

*quickly dons some stabbing-proof fortified armor*

Remember my comment earlier about elixirs of love? They're very versatile.

A-HEM!!!

That....that does not look like me at all! And I certainly don't have a...a....what IS that, a ring? Through my....oh, by the Light of the Dawn (facepalm).

Meri, I am going to have to ask that you keep these art commissions a bit more....private.


Kyra Sief al Kiraan wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Midnight_Angel wrote:

Dear Meri-chan,

how could this (NSFW) happen... and how much did you enjoy it?

*quickly dons some stabbing-proof fortified armor*

Remember my comment earlier about elixirs of love? They're very versatile.

A-HEM!!!

That....that does not look like me at all! And I certainly don't have a...a....what IS that, a ring? Through my....oh, by the Light of the Dawn (facepalm).

Meri, I am going to have to ask that you keep these art commissions a bit more....private.

If only there were a way you could change my mind and convince me to do just that! Oh wait... there is!

The Exchange

Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
If only there were a way you could change my mind and convince me to do just that! Oh wait... there is!

Pathfinder isn't THAT type of role-playing, Meri, and you know it!


Why am I suddenly scared of asking questions now that a fellow cleric is here?

Now I wish I had a more fitting avatar for this character. Thankfully I could write how she looks like in the profile.

Dark Archive

*hides at the sight of Kyra*


*Skips back in, sees new face posting*

So then, a question te th' exotic Kyra Sief al Kiraan, whut type o' game be it, then?

Share a drink?

*Offers dusk-skinned maiden of the desert a large cup*

(^_^)

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Merisiel,
What do you think of Dervish Dancing? Is it neat to watch? Would you ever consider it for yourself, to increase your stabbiness quotient?


Has Lini ever stopped you from eating some plant you should not because it was poisonous or a laxative or some similar reason?


Walter Orlin wrote:
Has Lini ever stopped you from eating some plant you should not because it was poisonous or a laxative or some similar reason?

Or failed to mention such side-effects until after you've already eaten it?


Have you ever taken a cure disease potion as a preventative? Did it work?


Jiggy wrote:

Merisiel,

What do you think of Dervish Dancing? Is it neat to watch? Would you ever consider it for yourself, to increase your stabbiness quotient?

My buddy from Kintargo, Shensen, knows all about the stuff. It's really cool, but it's more about slashing than it is stabbing. Still, it's pretty cool to watch.


Walter Orlin wrote:
Has Lini ever stopped you from eating some plant you should not because it was poisonous or a laxative or some similar reason?

No. Mostly because I'm not in the habit of eating random plants I see in the woods.


ANebulousMistress wrote:
Have you ever taken a cure disease potion as a preventative? Did it work?

I'm not sure what a "cure disease" potion is... but if it's the same as a "remove disease" potion, no. It doesn't work on diseases you don't have yet. That's what Billiver Billiven's Moste Efflugient Brain Tonic is for.


Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
ANebulousMistress wrote:
Have you ever taken a cure disease potion as a preventative? Did it work?
I'm not sure what a "cure disease" potion is... but if it's the same as a "remove disease" potion, no. It doesn't work on diseases you don't have yet. That's what Billiver Billiven's Moste Efflugient Brain Tonic is for.

Erm... out of curiosity - how much did this "Brain Tonic" cost you? And were Kyra, Lem or anyone else trying to warn you away from buying it?


ShadowFighter88 wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
ANebulousMistress wrote:
Have you ever taken a cure disease potion as a preventative? Did it work?
I'm not sure what a "cure disease" potion is... but if it's the same as a "remove disease" potion, no. It doesn't work on diseases you don't have yet. That's what Billiver Billiven's Moste Efflugient Brain Tonic is for.
Erm... out of curiosity - how much did this "Brain Tonic" cost you? And were Kyra, Lem or anyone else trying to warn you away from buying it?

50 gold. Same as antitoxin, basically, but it does for disease what antitoxin does for poison. Also, it comes in original and watermellon flavor!

Scarab Sages

You should ask the vendor about his special almond scent bat repellant shampoo.


Howdy Merisiel! A few questions for you on this last Toilday of Neth:

1) Having never met an Ekujae or any wild elf, what skin color(s) are they? Copper? Mahogany? Chocolate? Dark brown like plain coffee? Coffee with a good chug of creme in it? All of the above? Some of the above?

b) Do elves ever get freckles or lentigos or skin tags?

Thanks!


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Howdy Merisiel! A few questions for you on this last Toilday of Neth:

1) Having never met an Ekujae or any wild elf, what skin color(s) are they? Copper? Mahogany? Chocolate? Dark brown like plain coffee? Coffee with a good chug of creme in it? All of the above? Some of the above?

b) Do elves ever get freckles or lentigos or skin tags?

Thanks!

1) Tan.

b) Not on purpose as far as I know.


What's Imrijka like? What's Feiya like?


Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
What's Imrijka like? What's Feiya like?

Imrijka is kind of scary and gruff. Feiya is fun though. She's kinda mysterious too, but in an intriguing way.


Sunset wrote:
*Offers dusk-skinned maiden of the desert a large cup*(^_^)

*Continues to try and temp maiden fair in the sharing of a drink.* (^_^)


Which is the one item that you always seem to need but never have?


What would you get the most use out of? A spool of endless Silk Rope or a Cloak of the Owl (As Cloak of the Bat)


John Kretzer wrote:
Which is the one item that you always seem to need but never have?

Anti-bat comb. Or maybe a brush.


HalfOrcHeavyMetal wrote:
What would you get the most use out of? A spool of endless Silk Rope or a Cloak of the Owl (As Cloak of the Bat)

OOOH! Owl Cloak!!!


What do you find to be the greatest misconception gnomes have about elves?


Do you regret? Or rather are you capable of such a feeling and if so what are somethings or actions you taken that you regret?

Dark Archive

Merisiel have you ever encountered an Azatza? if so what happened?


Would you wear invisible armor or would it be too hard to find in the morning?


Finnwappet Luggnagg wrote:
What do you find to be the greatest misconception gnomes have about elves?

That we're from the first world too. That place is freaky. No thanks.


The NPC wrote:
Do you regret? Or rather are you capable of such a feeling and if so what are somethings or actions you taken that you regret?

Regret? Nah. No time for regret. Not that I've ever done anything I regret. Never. Nope. Never ever.


ulgulanoth wrote:
Merisiel have you ever encountered an Azatza? if so what happened?

I've met Azatas, but never an Azatza. What does the extra "z" add to them? Azatas are fun, in any case.


Walter Orlin wrote:
Would you wear invisible armor or would it be too hard to find in the morning?

Depends on how much it pinched and chafed. But it sounds kinda sexy. But then also it makes it harder to hide in the dark if you're all pasty and pink like I am...

Dark Archive

Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
ulgulanoth wrote:
Merisiel have you ever encountered an Azatza? if so what happened?
I've met Azatas, but never an Azatza. What does the extra "z" add to them? Azatas are fun, in any case.

I believe the extra "z" shows their rebelious side to not even conform to the proper spelling of their name

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Merisiel,
A certain Tyrannosaurus has recently referred to you as "a giant talking toe which speaks in riddles". How do you feel about this? Will stabbing commence?


Jiggy wrote:

Merisiel,

A certain Tyrannosaurus has recently referred to you as "a giant talking toe which speaks in riddles". How do you feel about this? Will stabbing commence?

If anyone gets a stabbing it's the troublemaker who drove that poor Tyrannosaurus to such an extreme. (sharpens knives, goes hunting hounds of Tindalos)


Su Grah Dun, Krii Lun Aus or Fus Ro Dah?


I would really love tips on playing a rouge well ninja but anyway so far I got dropped three times in the first session and am looking for much needed tips. So far I found I should feint ready actions and flank so could you please give me much needed tips if you like rouges so much. Also a list of ideas that seemed good at the time but were not so good. Thank you so very much.
-Run, Just Run
P.S. this is my first rouge type we'll seconed but I don't count the sniper I used once.


HalfOrcHeavyMetal wrote:
Su Grah Dun, Krii Lun Aus or Fus Ro Dah?

It's an ORC! GET HIM, GUYS!


Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
HalfOrcHeavyMetal wrote:
Su Grah Dun, Krii Lun Aus or Fus Ro Dah?
It's an ORC! GET HIM, GUYS!

Why you so racist against orcs?


Run, Just Run wrote:

I would really love tips on playing a rouge well ninja but anyway so far I got dropped three times in the first session and am looking for much needed tips. So far I found I should feint ready actions and flank so could you please give me much needed tips if you like rouges so much. Also a list of ideas that seemed good at the time but were not so good. Thank you so very much.

-Run, Just Run
P.S. this is my first rouge type we'll seconed but I don't count the sniper I used once.

The trick to remember when you're playing a rogue is that you do best when you sneak attack. Don't get distracted or confused by how the big fighter types fight. You don't WANT to stand in one spot. Run in, flank, stab, then get out. Spring Attack is a GREAT feat for this tactic. Having skill in Acrobatics is also really helpful, since you can use Acrobatics to dodge attacks of opportunity. Feinting works... but it's harder to pull off than flanking, usually.

Snipers are fun too but they're even harder, since you have to use precious moments in combat to move and re-hide.

Getting access to things like invisibility really help. Dust of disappearance is expensive, but works great to protect you.

And in the end, don't try to match the fighter or barbarian in tactics and damage. That's not your job. Your job is to sneak in, get a strong sneak attack hit at the start perhaps, and then skitter around the fight providing support and periodic sneak attacks. Let the fighters take the hits once things go crazy. And remember you're also in the group to help with traps, locks, delicate social situations, exploration, and the like.

Oh.. poison! That stuff works great too!


Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Oh.. poison! That stuff works great too!

Does this mean you're coming over to the dark side, the side of the assassin? You should, we have cookies...though I wouldn't eat them unless you've baked them yourself and know whats in them.

As you mentioned it is the job of the Rogue to deal with delicate social situations. Have you ever had to get any of your party members out of trouble because they did something stupid/illegal before?

I find barbarians are very very good at doing this and it usually falls on us Rogues to help fix they're messes. Does Amiri get into situations you have to diplomatically explain away alot?


Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
It's an ORC! GET HIM, GUYS!

But why? *runs away to the Benny Hill theme-song*


Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
Why you so racist against orcs?

They make dwarves seem downright handsome and nice-smelling.

Dark Archive

what smells worse, orcs or troglodytes?


Lem the Halfling wrote:
Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
Why you so racist against orcs?
They make dwarves seem downright handsome and nice-smelling.

*begins to cry*


Damar wrote:
Merisiel Sillvari wrote:
Oh.. poison! That stuff works great too!

Does this mean you're coming over to the dark side, the side of the assassin? You should, we have cookies...though I wouldn't eat them unless you've baked them yourself and know whats in them.

As you mentioned it is the job of the Rogue to deal with delicate social situations. Have you ever had to get any of your party members out of trouble because they did something stupid/illegal before?

I find barbarians are very very good at doing this and it usually falls on us Rogues to help fix they're messes. Does Amiri get into situations you have to diplomatically explain away alot?

Not at all. Using poison is not evil. It certainly makes some evil deeds EASIER... but there's plenty of examples of good guys (guardian nagas, couatls) using poison. Just as you can do evil with a knife or a pillow or a spell. Doesn't mean pillows are evil.

I have indeed had to get fellow party members out of trouble after they do stupid things or say things they shouldn't. Amiri is actually pretty good about NOT doing that kind of thing. Ezren, Harsk, Valeros? Not so much.

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