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Introduce Yourself / Hi guys
« Last post by Samg97 on Yesterday at 03:59:31 AM »
Hi guys! My name is Samuele and i'm from Italy
Currently playing pathfinder with a zen archer and i'm having a blast!
Min/Max 3.x / Re: Positive Energy Level Breakthrough
« Last post by nijineko on October 02, 2023, 10:36:04 PM »
For anyone reading this thread, PlzBreakMyCampaign saw my questions, and responded to them over on the Minmaxforum's Discord server. (Fortuosity was in my favor as I had actually linked my question in the Discord #Charop channel. )

Thank you, PlzBreakMyCampaign!
Homebrew and House Rules (D&D) / Re: [3.5] [Item] Belt of Recovery (P.E.A.C.H.)
« Last post by bhu on October 02, 2023, 08:57:55 PM »
The math works out to the cost being higher, but I often ignore that, and compare what the item can do to existing items of a comparable price.  I find the prices for stuff to be all over the place.  Doing so, the price of the lesser belt doesn't seem out of line, I'll have to think about the other two.
Jester's Realm / Re: New Campaign Thread: Chickens on Cocaine
« Last post by bhu on October 02, 2023, 08:37:08 PM »
"Well...okay I guess.  I may have to come back though."

You aren't sure how a giant spider the size of an elephant skips away, but he manages.

The Elves: "Fuuuuuuck..."
September 1776 / Re: Chapter 2: Haxan
« Last post by bhu on October 02, 2023, 08:35:15 PM »
roll burn damage
D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder / Re: [3.PF] Favorite non-core spells in thematics?
« Last post by Power on October 01, 2023, 11:30:06 AM »
The real power of Walk The Plank is just trying to drag unsuited enemies into an aquatic battle, especially since it has a much wider AoE. That's still not too impressive for a 5th level spell though, but you can also one-shot fire elementals with it, so there's that. The only problem there is that reflex is the fire elemental's strong save, so you may need another way to push it in.

Greater Shadow Transmutation probably wins a prize for looking much more useful than it actually is, essentially being Greater Polymorph with a 2 level tax (9th level spell now, huzzah) and a whole slew of disadvantages.
Legends of the Heroes / Re: Army of PCs Against the Giants
« Last post by perovskite on October 01, 2023, 01:28:53 AM »
Sephira and Co, Day 193

The campaign will focus more or less exclusively on Sephira for a while, so that we can catch her up to what's happening in Geoff....and because there's a specific event that doesn't occur until she gets back, which was also a driver for putting all the other groups on pause or writing then out entirely.

Episode XXVII- Ghost Snakes

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Legends of the Heroes / Re: Mind Games
« Last post by phaedrusxy on September 30, 2023, 07:42:44 PM »


Going to re...visit this game... The kids wanted to go back to it. I had some ideas I wanted to throw down here.

1) I'm going to have the entire thing about freeing Tiamat be a "ruse" by the Cult of the Eye/Rierdrans to start a war between the 5 kingdoms, and bankrupt Aundair in the process. This will lead House Kundarak to seize the crown's assets to pay their debts, effectively marking the first takeover of a kingdom by a House (they will not depose the Queen, but instead send a "Trustee" to "manage" the assets of the kingdom, basically directing all taxes from the farms and vineyards of Aundair directly to Kundarak to pay off the debts, and selling off some of their other capital assets). The other kingdoms will no doubt balk at this. This will of course lead to the war switching from Kingdom vs Kingdom to Kingdoms vs Houses... with Droam allied with the Rierdrans behind it all. (It's not that the Red Hand wasn't actually working toward freeing Tiamat, nor that she was actually helping them... but they were ultimately deceived by the Quori/Inspired). The houses will not win this war via force, but via economics (i.e. embargoes, cut off communications and transportation, etc).

2) During this all, the Rierdrans have been setting up "dream houses" where people can participate in shared lucid dreams (think Opium houses of the 17th century). The popularity of these soared as the gloom and poverty of the war drove the civilian populace to desperation. The devices used in these houses will of course secretly let the Rierdrans eventually take over the minds of those using them. Eventually this will lead to those high in power being taken over (or assassinated and replaced). They will use this to have a kingdom or two back the Houses (and hence their "side").

3) Their plan is to eventually have the populace turn against the idea of feudalism, and instead turn to the Houses for Leadership (which they will secretly manipulate and/or outright control). Eventually, once the power of the kingdoms are destroyed, the armies of Rierdra will come in and take over officially weakened Khorvaire. Their puppets (those controlled via the Dream devices) will proclaim the Reirdrans offer the opportunity for a true and lasting harmony, something that will no doubt appeal to many who have lived through the 100 years war and the brief "peace" that followed it.

4) Another key part of the Inspired's goals is to use the tools and assets uncovered during the Red Hand campaign to bring Dal Quor closer to Eberron again. They will use the tools and locations taken over by the Red Hand in their efforts to breach the planar prison of Tiamat to instead bring the two planes closer again, so they can once again bodily invade Eberron.
D&D 3.5 and Pathfinder / Re: [3.PF] Favorite non-core spells in thematics?
« Last post by ketaro on September 30, 2023, 06:47:31 PM »
Instant Diversion from Races of Dragon is a pretty cool 1st level Swift Action spell. Its like a 1 round mirror image that just scatters in every direction. Its a fun mental image.

Jester's Realm / Re: New Campaign Thread: Chickens on Cocaine
« Last post by RobbyPants on September 30, 2023, 09:08:49 AM »
"Fair enough...

They have to talk to their boss, Todd. Either way, you scared them out of this area for now."
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