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Rysky wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Do you have a favourite type of tree?
Yes...Redwoods
Nice! What about birbs?

Shrikes and Hawks

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What unusual cargo does the crew Serenity deliver to Badger's customers on the border planet Jiangyin?

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In the episode "Shindig, which gentleman accompanies Inara to the ball?

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Not a question, but check this out.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
What unusual cargo does the crew Serenity deliver to Badger's customers on the border planet Jiangyin?

Cows...which might not be that unusual...


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Lord Fyre wrote:
In the episode "Shindig, which gentleman accompanies Inara to the ball?

Atherton Wing


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Not a question, but check this out.

That is cool...

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In Star Wars, what is important about the planet Kamino?

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In the 'Verse, what is important about the planet Ezra?


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Lord Fyre wrote:
In Star Wars, what is important about the planet Kamino?

That is where the clones came from...


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Lord Fyre wrote:
In the 'Verse, what is important about the planet Ezra?

It is the planet that Niska's space station orbits


Can you suggest a better name (preferably one word) for a new investigator archetype than "clockwork savant"?


Dr. Ms. Frankenslaad wrote:
Can you suggest a better name (preferably one word) for a new investigator archetype than "clockwork savant"?

What does it do?

Silver Crusade

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Favourite type of lycanthrope?


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Rysky wrote:
Favourite type of lycanthrope?

Toss up between werewolves and the old D&D werefoxes

Silver Crusade

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Nice. What do you think of Kistune?


Rysky wrote:
Nice. What do you think of Kistune?

I like them...I dont like their hybrid form in Pathfinder that much...I would prefer them to be more human in appearence...

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Selene Spires wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Nice. What do you think of Kistune?
I like them...I dont like their hybrid form in Pathfinder that much...I would prefer them to be more human in appearence...

*nods*

Have you seen the Wilding feat chain? :3


What types of creatures would you have inhabit an ancient city buried in 100 million year-old rock strata?


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Rysky wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Nice. What do you think of Kistune?
I like them...I dont like their hybrid form in Pathfinder that much...I would prefer them to be more human in appearence...

*nods*

Have you seen the Wilding feat chain? :3

I like them...spawned a couple of character concepts...probably combined with Shifter...think8ng about a woman raised by wolves...


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John Napier 698 wrote:
What types of creatures would you have inhabit an ancient city buried in 100 million year-old rock strata?

I would make evolved dinosaur people...or troglodytes


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Selene Spires wrote:
Dr. Ms. Frankenslaad wrote:
Can you suggest a better name (preferably one word) for a new investigator archetype than "clockwork savant"?
What does it do?

This. It's rebuilt version of the tinkerer alchemist but for investigators. Stuff in red still needs reworking/rewording.

I'm not 100% set on the new names ("daedalos" was "clockwork savant", "agalma" was "bonded clockwork", "ballistoli" was "boltthrower") or the power-level of the archetype (may be a bit high, but investigators are often somewhat underpowered especially at lower levels).

The Google DOC is set for comments/questions/suggestions/nitpicks if you have any. (Anyone else here can comment too, if they'd like.)


Dr. Ms. Frankenslaad wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Dr. Ms. Frankenslaad wrote:
Can you suggest a better name (preferably one word) for a new investigator archetype than "clockwork savant"?
What does it do?

This. It's rebuilt version of the tinkerer alchemist but for investigators. Stuff in red still needs reworking/rewording.

I'm not 100% set on the new names ("daedalos" was "clockwork savant", "agalma" was "bonded clockwork", "ballistoli" was "boltthrower") or the power-level of the archetype (may be a bit high, but investigators are often somewhat underpowered especially at lower levels).

The Google DOC is set for comments/questions/suggestions/nitpicks if you have any. (Anyone else here can comment too, if they'd like.)

Mmmm....Inquisitive Tinker... maybe

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With only 14 days until PF1 officially ends, what are your current feelings on Table Top RPG gaming?


Lord Fyre wrote:
With only 14 days until PF1 officially ends, what are your current feelings on Table Top RPG gaming?

Right now due to all of those podcasts of D&D games the games are appealing to the causal gamer...so games right now are very simple and conservative.

But these things tend to be cyclical in nature as people jump to the new trendy thing...the more dedicated players will want games with more depth.


So anymore questions for me?

After tomorrow I am back on vacation

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Have you been reading any of the 2e web fiction?


Rysky wrote:
Have you been reading any of the 2e web fiction?

I have not

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Rysky wrote:
Have you been reading any of the 2e web fiction?

What Web Fiction?

Silver Crusade

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They've been doing fiction for the blogs leading up to 2e showing off the new areas. We've had the writers from the Tales line doing them, they're really good :3


Yeah I liked the one for Cheliax region.

Also question: Do you ever feel pressured to do something you don't want to do but have to because you're a paladin and thus can't just say no?

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You find yourself trapped in the Star Trek (TOS) Universe!

What do you do?


Thomas Seitz wrote:

Yeah I liked the one for Cheliax region.

Also question: Do you ever feel pressured to do something you don't want to do but have to because you're a paladin and thus can't just say no?

Um...not really when I play a paladin following the code is just who the character is.


Lord Fyre wrote:

You find yourself trapped in the Star Trek (TOS) Universe!

What do you do?

Adapt and fit in...


So anymore questions for me? :(

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

You find yourself trapped in the Star Trek (TOS) Universe!

What do you do?

Adapt and fit in...

I figured that the first thing you would do would be to take advantage of their peerless medical technology for your reassignment procedure. :)


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

You find yourself trapped in the Star Trek (TOS) Universe!

What do you do?

Adapt and fit in...
I figured that the first thing you would do would be to take advantage of their peerless medical technology for your reassignment procedure. :)

Why...yes.

Silver Crusade

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I’m starting to get back into reading, and picked out the Tales Geara of Faith to read. Have you read it?


Rysky wrote:
I’m starting to get back into reading, and picked out the Tales Geara of Faith to read. Have you read it?

It is in my pile of to be read books...so not yet. Let me know what you think about it...

Silver Crusade

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I will!

Inheritance (the web fiction prequel) was really good :3


Selene,

That was more of a 'real life thing" because I got kind of pressured into going on a date...that I hoped wasn't a date...and would have been a bad date IF I had tried to do it that way...

But that's just me.

So my question for you is: Who is better at being Fred Rogers than Fred Rogers?


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Rysky wrote:

I will!

Inheritance (the web fiction prequel) was really good :3

Yes it is good...


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Thomas Seitz wrote:

Selene,

That was more of a 'real life thing" because I got kind of pressured into going on a date...that I hoped wasn't a date...and would have been a bad date IF I had tried to do it that way...

But that's just me.

So my question for you is: Who is better at being Fred Rogers than Fred Rogers?

Well...no one...but the closest would be Tom Hanks

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Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
The Millennium Falcon or the USS Enterprise?

Millennium Falcon...it is more like a home...smaller crew...etc.

Though my heart belongs on Serenity...,

As it should!

There was a good reason that I didn't include that option (namely that it would always win).

Do you have either the Serenity RPG or the Firefly RPG?


Lord Fyre wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
The Millennium Falcon or the USS Enterprise?

Millennium Falcon...it is more like a home...smaller crew...etc.

Though my heart belongs on Serenity...,

As it should!

There was a good reason that I didn't include that option (namely that it would always win).

Do you have either the Serenity RPG or the Firefly RPG?

I have Serenity...which was disappointing:(

Though I have heard Firefly is much better....I have not picked it up yet.

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
The Millennium Falcon or the USS Enterprise?

Millennium Falcon...it is more like a home...smaller crew...etc.

Though my heart belongs on Serenity...,

As it should!

There was a good reason that I didn't include that option (namely that it would always win).

Do you have either the Serenity RPG or the Firefly RPG?
I have Serenity...which was disappointing:(

Why was it disappointing?


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It left out things like upgrading your ship...and the starship build rules made no sense if you tried to build the sample ships they had...

Things like that was thru out the book...


Selene Spires wrote:
Well...no one...but the closest would be Tom Hanks

Well this poses a real conundrum... is any other living actor capable of embodying the goofy wholesome totality of Tom Hanks-ness in the inevitable future filmed biography of actual Tom Hanks?

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Selene Spires wrote:

It left out things like upgrading your ship...and the starship build rules made no sense if you tried to build the sample ships they had...

Things like that was thru out the book...

I think they presumed that - like the heroes of the series - the PCs would be perpetually poor, so upgrading wasn't going to be likely. Not that Starfinder's Starship rules make more sense.

Interestingly, the Firefly RPG abstracts the ship so it functions (rules wise) like a colossal character - but with specialized traits/skills. Likewise, in the Firefly RPG money itself is abstracted, which can create its own issues.

Why yes, I have both games.

My wife and I disagree about which version is better. :)


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Well...no one...but the closest would be Tom Hanks
Well this poses a real conundrum... is any other living actor capable of embodying the goofy wholesome totality of Tom Hanks-ness in the inevitable future filmed biography of actual Tom Hanks?

I am figuring we will have to clone him when that happens...

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