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Piper thinks and writes: "Any romantic advice? I'm on a team of six and one of them is a female elven ninja. She's my girlfriend. I mean, surely you must have been several relationships with your teammates. Like Seelah. Or Kyra. Or maybe Merisiel."

He then adds: "My team has been hired to eliminate a nearby goblin tribe. Any advice there?"

He gains a confused look and writes: "Snow leopard? What snow leopard?"


For the girlfriend, I'd say you should be careful where you put your hands - with niñas you never know where she's keeping those little poison darts they're all carrying around.

For the goblins... start off with some fireworks - they'll be so busy oohing and aahing they'll miss you coming.

And the snow leopard who keeps confusing me for a mouse, of course.


In combat do you improvise or is it a standard set? Do you ever jam around the significant combat events?
Have your companions ever made requests for performances?


I guess you could say I have a number of trusted old tunes I improvise the order of.

And Seelah likes a good Iomedaean marching tune if we're fighting evil things from another reality.


Ever tried to cause a bit of soundtrack dissonance? Like doing a very jaunty and light-hearted tone when facing down some seriously evil guy like Karzoug?


ShadowFighter88 wrote:
Ever tried to cause a bit of soundtrack dissonance? Like doing a very jaunty and light-hearted tone when facing down some seriously evil guy like Karzoug?

Not really. I figure that in those kind of situations it's good to go for something tried and tested.


So did you know Balthazar's back story before we did and if so how has this affected your interactions with him?


Do adventurers ever go on holiday (and get downtime, you know nothing happens)?

Radiant Oath

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

Did you have a Merry Crystalhue?


Someone cast reduce person on you and it works, what do you do?


The NPC wrote:
So did you know Balthazar's back story before we did and if so how has this affected your interactions with him?

We haven't had that much time together yet - he's a bit shy, and I'm not entirely sure he appreciates my sense of humour.


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strayshift wrote:
Do adventurers ever go on holiday (and get downtime, you know nothing happens)?

We try - but adventure has a tendency to find us wherever we go. Like that time me and Valeros went to a horserace and ended up taking on the local thieves' guild who were trying to make the rider of the horse we'd bet on not finish the race.


Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Did you have a Merry Crystalhue?

YES! :D


C. Nutcase wrote:

Someone cast reduce person on you and it works, what do you do?

Set up shop as Golarion's smallest rat-catcher. I've got just the right flute for it.

Grand Lodge

Lem is short for...


I'm quite tall for a halfling, actually.

Grand Lodge

So many puns on my question, sorry about that, but was kind of intentional :) Gnomes tend to have big names and a short nickname, but halflings simply have small names, i take.


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It depends a bit on where we live - in Cheliax a lot of us are born as slaves and have to put up with whatever the person owning us can be bothered to remember.

I'm sure there's an Ustalavic halfling called Somethinglong von Somethingevenlonger out there.


Lem the Halfling wrote:
C. Nutcase wrote:

Someone cast reduce person on you and it works, what do you do?

Set up shop as Golarion's smallest rat-catcher. I've got just the right flute for it.

I thought number 1 would be wishing a certain Snow Leopard isn't around...


How do you think I'd get rid of the mice?


Lem.

Favourite Iconics to have with you in a Party?

Also, if you were to retire from running around and getting stabbed/shot/blown up/fireball'd tomorrow, what would you do for a living?


HalfOrc with a Hat of Disguise wrote:

Lem.

Favourite Iconics to have with you in a Party?

Depends on the situation.

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Also, if you were to retire from running around and getting stabbed/shot/blown up/fireball'd tomorrow, what would you do for a living?

I'd be a professional at smuggling run-away slaves out of Cheliax.


What do you do on the odd occasion life is a little dull?
Or if life is never dull...
How do you unwind?


strayshift wrote:
What do you do on the odd occasion life is a little dull?

Plan a prank or practice my flute.

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Or if life is never dull...

Dull can be fine from time to time. Especially when you've spent a month dodging shadow creatures and hellknights.

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How do you unwind?

I pull pranks and play music. And sometimes I check what Mordimer Jones, action badger, is up to.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder PF Special Edition, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Lem the Halfling wrote:
strayshift wrote:
What do you do on the odd occasion life is a little dull?

Plan a prank or practice my flute.

Quote:
Or if life is never dull...

Dull can be fine from time to time. Especially when you've spent a month dodging shadow creatures and hellknights.

Quote:
How do you unwind?
I pull pranks and play music. And sometimes I check what Mordimer Jones, action badger, is up to.

Is he the badger on the cover of Dragon 94?


You'd have to ask him. I'm a bit too young to remember that sort of thing.

Radiant Oath

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Is there a man on the Silver Mount? :P


I think Amiri's the person to ask about that.

Liberty's Edge

Lem, are you related to frodo baggins?? Loosely?? What happens if I borrow your flute and sell it?? Not that I would, curious


Have one of your pranks ever had catastrophic, life-changing consequences?


Lately, a certain River Giant has been swimming over to say hello whenever I'm washing my clothes or bathing (especially the latter, it seems). She's pretty cute, even with the whole "ten-feet-tall-and-green" thing, but I had an uncle who hooked up with a harpy some time ago and it didn't end well (for him anyway).

Should I go for it?

Dark Archive

Are you related to any hobbits on Arda?


1. Which do you prefer: Flutist or Flautist?

2. Have you ever been mistaken for a human child?


Captain Sakhbet "The Sandman" wrote:
Have one of your pranks ever had catastrophic, life-changing consequences?

One of them caused the ruin of a Westcrown slave trader and a boatload of slaves en route to Absalom to be freed, so... sort of, I guess.


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Doronius Urusti wrote:

Lately, a certain River Giant has been swimming over to say hello whenever I'm washing my clothes or bathing (especially the latter, it seems). She's pretty cute, even with the whole "ten-feet-tall-and-green" thing, but I had an uncle who hooked up with a harpy some time ago and it didn't end well (for him anyway).

Should I go for it?

Only you can know how your heart (or loins) feel about it, so answer yourself.


Cr500cricket wrote:
Are you related to any hobbits on Arda?

Not sute what either of those things are, so I'd say no.


Jason Brennan wrote:

1. Which do you prefer: Flutist or Flautist?

2. Have you ever been mistaken for a human child?

1) Virtuoso.

2) Only at a distance - few human children speaks in a baryton.

Radiant Oath

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

What is a baryton?


We spell it baritone.


Pathfinder Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Have you and Hakon had a Jam session yet? What happens when your Music Magic combines?

Shadow Lodge

what do you think of gnome bards who are followers of gods of magic and knowledge


zergtitan wrote:
Have you and Hakon had a Jam session yet? What happens when your Music Magic combines?

Ever listened to Comets on Fire?


equinoxmaster wrote:
what do you think of gnome bards who are followers of gods of magic and knowledge

Depends on what else I know about them. And which particular god of magic and knowledge. That Abraxas fellow isn't very nice, from what I gather.

Shadow Lodge

Lem the Halfling wrote:
equinoxmaster wrote:
what do you think of gnome bards who are followers of gods of magic and knowledge
Depends on what else I know about them. And which particular god of magic and knowledge. That Abraxas fellow isn't very nice, from what I gather.

The gnome bard is chaotic neutral but acts chaotic good and defeated a cult of shub-niggurath, he worships Boccob (a true neutral god of magic and knowledge who doesnt care what you do as long as it doesnt use magic for evil purposes or destroy libraries)

Shadow Lodge

equinoxmaster wrote:
Lem the Halfling wrote:
equinoxmaster wrote:
what do you think of gnome bards who are followers of gods of magic and knowledge
Depends on what else I know about them. And which particular god of magic and knowledge. That Abraxas fellow isn't very nice, from what I gather.
The gnome bard is chaotic neutral but acts chaotic good and defeated a cult of shub-niggurath, he worships Boccob (a true neutral god of magic and knowledge who doesnt care what you do as long as it doesnt use magic for evil purposes or destroy libraries)

he was personnaly chosen by boccob to defeat the cult

Shadow Lodge

Lem, you still there? Are you dead? Are you adventuring? LEMMMM WHERE ARE YOUUU!!!!!!???!!?!!!

Shadow Lodge

lem isnt here :{


Send some adventurers out to find him?

Shadow Lodge

how much GP do you have?

Shadow Lodge

turns out lem isn't dead, he is at another forum thing

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