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Off Topic Fun / Re: Anime & Manga 5: HISSATSU OUGI!
« on: July 09, 2018, 03:21:53 AM »
My suggestion is too watch the first 15 episodes and treat the rest as fan fiction

Off Topic Fun / Re: Anime & Manga 5: HISSATSU OUGI!
« on: July 07, 2018, 10:47:27 PM »
With the Spring anime season coming to a close, I am wondering if anyone else has seen the travesty called Darling in the Franxx?

Off Topic Fun / Re: Audiobooks not available in US
« on: July 03, 2018, 03:49:50 PM »
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Off Topic Fun / Re: Anime & Manga 5: HISSATSU OUGI!
« on: June 03, 2018, 08:28:31 PM »
Ah that is that manga with the centaurs that used to basically be nazis right?

Ooooh Bleach wasn't that bad.

It wasn't any better than DragonBall, either... other than the fact that it actually, you know, ended.


Bleach still has stuff happening thru Light Novels last I checked =P

Character death simply marks the start of the next part of the campaign arc in my groups. not quite Yu Yu Hakusho, but more of a death is just the beginning flavor.
Instead of Yu Yu Hakusho they could die and become swordporn ghost ninja mages like Bleach. :)

A fate worse than death

General D&D Discussion / Re: Pathfinder 2nd Ed Announced
« on: March 18, 2018, 09:25:33 PM »
But then how will your eager apprentice mages use their new booster pack of spells!? :o

General D&D Discussion / Re: Pathfinder 2nd Ed Announced
« on: March 09, 2018, 12:51:06 PM »
I do have to call out the clear money grab, though.  Selling hardcover and paperback books that are ADVERTISED to be incomplete?  You can't possibly "complete" them later!

Will they come in booster packs?

Heh now I have the image of a Wizard selling copies of his spells as booster pack cards. Is there any way to prevent people from copying spells they come across?

Eh I might be done with the work I have been doing at the end of the month.

I do want to get back into brewing some monster classes though, we will see.

General D&D Discussion / Pathfinder 2nd Ed Announced
« on: March 06, 2018, 11:06:36 PM »

From the looks of it, it is going to be a major departure from the 3.x ruleset that Pathfinder has been using. The few details they have given seem interesting, but given the rule changes, it won't be of much value for my group that usually plays 3.P Hybrid games.

I did want to do one since I did the Vivacious Creature, but I have not had much free time for vanity projects for the past year =P

Handbook Discussion / Re: X Stat to Y Bonus Discussion Thread
« on: March 04, 2018, 10:04:40 PM »
Both appear to be in Ultimate Wilderness.

D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder / Re: "Feats are nice but should not be necessary."
« on: February 24, 2018, 02:52:54 AM »
Probably a Spell Component Pouch.

Off Topic Fun / Re: Anime & Manga 5: HISSATSU OUGI!
« on: February 16, 2018, 11:28:33 PM »
Well, it doesn't appear like it is straying too far away from the source material which is nice, but live action adaptions are not anything I would be interested in. The way Alphonse looks really irks me though.

I say we are thinking too small.
Who else can we get our souls promised to?

D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder / Re: Party Needs Help
« on: January 24, 2018, 05:00:08 PM »
You also have 2 martial adepts already, so you could suggest a Crusader if she wants to keep on healing in some capacity. It doesnt offer much in utility though, and with the rest of the comp it doesnt look like anybody else can either.

I would also 2nd the Factotum, they can work in any group, though the healing is not amazing (Sacred Healing feat can cover some OoC Healing if character has decent Cha)

Min/Max 3.x / Re: Fun Pathfinds
« on: January 23, 2018, 08:01:53 PM »
While creatures are not objects so this is definitely not RAW, you might be able to argue with your DM to pull up a corpse of a mount or slave.

Dead creatures count as broken right  :P

Gaming Advice / Re: The Tao of D&D: A Pox Upon Thee
« on: January 13, 2018, 02:27:14 PM »
The effort of creating a new character in 3e and newer might be an issue for players loathing to have their character die, especially at higher levels. One thing we did to mitigate this issue is to have players build replacement characters beforehand, so that the workload can be put before the session and so that they can be popped in on short notice as soon as it would make sense within the fiction.

That isnt uncommon (though not mandatory) in my group as well. Even if a character sheet isnt in the waiting, many of us will have character concepts and builds ready for deployment.
3e does take effort to get a character into play at higher levels even with that though. One of the reasons I have taken a liking to 5e is it is much quicker to get into.

Gaming Advice / Re: The Tao of D&D: A Pox Upon Thee
« on: January 12, 2018, 10:57:20 PM »
Getting handed a background like that really irks me. I can understand a DM barring some concepts to fit into the world and to work with the player on suggestions or requirement so the character, but to take it out of the players hands like that really bothers me.

Of course, having a character die can suck, especially in the scenario described and if you did invest into the character. The reaction described seems quite immature to me though. If you are going to play these games where death is a possibility, you should be well aware that your character is not immortal and made need to be replaced if killed. I can also understand as a DM that plotting around a particular character and then having that character die can cause issues, but as with the above you should already be aware that characters can die, so you should either be having those plots on the side or not be writing your plot in that fashion. If you must have the plot, you can always fudge rolls to keep stuff like crits one shotting characters (within reason of course), I suspect most DMs already fudge things when needed already. These are not problems with the game, but with players.

The article seems to imply that having an attachment to a character is a bad thing, but I disagree. Investment into a character at least for myself motivates me to roleplay my character and do something with them. If I had a character background just handed off to me and my character is otherwise just a pile of stats I rolled and class I chose, I can't imagine myself getting terribly invested into the game.
Now I can understand wanting to have a lighthearted game where you just want to kill some monsters, solve some puzzles, etc, without worrying about some grand background and goal for the characters involved, but it is not an issue otherwise as long as the people playing are mature enough for it (which isnt a tall order).

Touhou Battle Grimoire / Re: Races
« on: January 10, 2018, 07:00:06 AM »
Size refers to Lunarians.

Should they have the Shapechanger subtype?

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