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74287519 No.74287519 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

>GM doing quick 1 on 1 with each player before the party meets
>Wizard works at a cafe flavoring drinks with magic and putting on a fancy show but not too fancy because we got other customers to serve
>GM says "today's the day you quit"
>player tells his boss he quits
>boss pleads and offers a 5sp/day pay rise if he works just 1 more year
>GM says he'll give the player 50 extra starting gold if he accepts
>player accepts
>what's the age on your character sheet?
>23
>it's 24 now
>5 minute introductory roleplay turns into half hour of arguing and bargaining with the GM

What's the stupidest/most pointless thing you've had people argue about for a game?

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>> No.74308903
Quoted By: >>74310016

>>74308680
The other anon got it. The full example is there's a wooden fort and instead of going in and trying to engage the boss, they toss their alchemist fire at the walls, hoping to burn them out. DM doesn't like this and instead say, "Oh it doesn't work because the wood is too wet" without giving any indication beforehand the wood was wet.

It's cheating on the part of the DM and it's the classic example of railroading because the DM is making up bullshit on the spot to force the players in a certain direction. Generally speaking, I only consider "railroading" bad if the DM cheats to take away options from players. If the players aren't engaging your plot hooks and you keep bringing that up, it's fine because it's part of the social contract of the game-- dm spends a lot of time preparing a dungeon so the players should oblige him by taking the plot hook for the dungeon. Players who don't do this and do stupid shit like wandering off in the forest in no particular direction are just trying to cause trouble and will get kicked from my table.

>> No.74309668

>>74293218
you mean the pic or the greentext?

>> No.74309753
Quoted By: >>74310016

>>74305804
Bringing your shield between you and the source of the explosion would be a Dexterity save, based on the fact that the shield master feat adds your shield bonus to your Dex saves and offers similar ways to reduce damage for Dex saves.

>> No.74310016
Quoted By: >>74310048

>>74309753
>>74308903
>>74308680
>>74307194
>>74300266
To everyone arguing, would you still be arguing if the enemy was a rogue and the wizard caught him in an enclosed spot with a bead of force?

Would you argue if the GM says "ok the enemy alchemist whips out alchemist's fire........ But it's raining, so fails to ignite"?

>> No.74310048

>>74310016
It's the Wizard's fault if he decides to use a Dex-save spell against a Rogue. And yeah, given that Alchemist's fire is usually treated more like napalm I would question how rain would stop it. It's not even like a molotov cocktail where he needs to light it first, it just explodes on contact with air.



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74287496 No.74287496 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74309482

Paizo Games General /pgg/

>>>IF YOU ARE ASKING A QUESTION, PLEASE SPECIFY WHICH GAME YOU'RE PLAYING<<<

Traveler's Tales edition.

/pfg/ (pathfinder 1e) link repository: https://pastebin.com/9EZKYnyZ
/p2g/ (pathfinder 2e) link repository: https://pastebin.com/MVpPxXk4
/sfg/ (starfinder) link repository: https://pastebin.com/04FCNAbp
/3eg/ (D&D 3.X) link repository: https://pastebin.com/fu496zmv

Previous Thread: >>74230186

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>> No.74309474
Quoted By: >>74309524

So I'm using Pathbuilder 2e for some stuff, and the one thing I'm confused about is it has prof bonuses to unarmored being +10 ac. Bringing a level 8 oracle's unarmored AC to 23, with dex and I'm assuming it's taking into account small size. That seems a little high to me.
What am I missing or just not understanding?

>> No.74309482

>>74287496
Could I use the possess object spell to possess armor or a cage that I am inside as a kind of pseudo iron man suit?

>> No.74309524
Quoted By: >>74309593

>>74309474
Everyone has training in unarmored equal to any other armor training provided by your class. So +10 is normal for a lv8 character. There is no AC bonus for small size. Unless you're under the affect of some spell.

>> No.74309593

>>74309524
Totally forgot about the AC per level part of the calculation. Was just flipping through the big rule book and realized I derped on that.
Odd one of the auto fill sheets adds one when you select small size, but I couldn't find it mentioned anywhere, so I was confused about that as well, but I can adjust 1 up or down easily, it's just the larger numbers I was worrying about.
Thanks a bunch.

>> No.74309969

Gish wise, how does Kinetic Knight fare against like Magus and/or Bloodrager?



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74287362 No.74287362 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74292075

A new foe comes rolling into play, a pair of circular mechanism that roll over the battlefield then unfurl into tripedal intelligent war machines with two arms each ending in two plasma based weapons and an energy shield able to take considerable abuse.

Beware, for few beings are a match for Droidekas!

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>> No.74292053
Quoted By: >>74292127

>takes like 10 seconds to completely unfurl and activate shields

You’d think dudes with super speed and super reflexes could easily chop them up in that frame of time

>> No.74292075
Quoted By: >>74292324

>>74287362
WATCH THOSE WRIST ROCKETs

>> No.74292127

>>74292053
They do frequently in Battlefront, in both patrician and zoomer battlefront you can kill retard rolly lads by just shooting them while they unfurl for 5 years.
Once they get deployed with shield up you should hope you have cover nearby though, otherwise enjoy your death unless they're braindead retarded.

Their most effective use is rolling to a flank at high speed and fucking up a group of people before packing up and moving somewhere else to do it again.

>> No.74292324

>>74292075
God that game had some beautiful quotes.
>It's Darth Maul!
>What's he gonna do, bleed over us?!

>> No.74292341

>>74291753
Don't have one. Just assume it's another droideka doing the talking.



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74287132 No.74287132 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74288156 >>74288276

How do ya nerds feel about dice pool games with custom dice?

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>> No.74288156

>>74287132
I've never liked dice pool systems
I also don't like systems with custom dice
Adding the 2 together is my own personal hell

>> No.74288173
Quoted By: >>74288217 >>74290260

>>74287466
L5R is really great. I honestly really like its dice system.

>> No.74288217

>>74288173
Pls explain. How does it work and why do you like it?

>> No.74288276

>>74287132

Custom dice can be cool, as long as the game does something interesting with them instead of just wanting to be different. Being different is usually a horrible mistake, both in games and in life.

>> No.74290260

>>74287466
>>74287912
>>74288173

What I like about the Genesys/L5R system(s) is that the dice track results that are orthogonal to success and failure in the strict sense. Like, you can get extra opportunities or problems or whatever. I'm thinking about trying a Numenera-inspired campaign in Genesys and using those kinds of results to play into the effects of PCs using ancient technologies.



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74286642 No.74286642 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

Healthy bodies, healthy minds Edition

>Previous Thread
>>74283376

>Starter Sets, Painting Sets & Others:
https://www.warhammer-community.com/2020/08/08/pre-orders-starter-sets-paint-sets-and-more/

>Avenging Son; Interview with Gay Haley:
https://www.warhammer-community.com/2020/08/07/avenging-son-an-interview-with-guy-haley/

>WarhammerTV Tip of the Day:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ozqPRK5e9M
>Point Changes in 9th:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1IRnHYqQfUNymy6be2vn9iZAczaR8HTblA-Id1qEBnlU/htmlview?usp=sharing&pru=AAABc22LNus*bm4GsvX7Axbt3S5x2d49zQ#

>Downloads; Rules Errata and FAQs:
https://www.warhammer-community.com/downloads/
https://www.warhammer-community.com/faqs

>3rd Party Pastebin:
https://pastebin.com/XHFCunAZ

>Book Megas:
https://mega.nz/folder/sY1hAI6A#Y0nNcKr501uELSSGHTKxYQ
https://mega.nz/#!QqBkWByb!Uc39uN2J3CxsqaXf2mACDY2Y197BtFVCqvuKeOXm0o

>Thread Question
How do you balance hobby time with keeping fit?

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>> No.74290266
Quoted By: >>74290504

>>74290078
necrons are a good pick. right now they are painfully cheap. their half of the indomitus box goes for 75-100 on ebay all day long. This is probably some of the best value that 40k has ever had.

So your units all have datacards, this specifies what each unit comes with and then there is a section titled "wargear options" which specifies what other options they can have instead and how many options can be included in a squad. sometimes these other options have a points costs attached. If the units datacard doesnt list an item then that unit can't use the item. Example: Intercessors can't use melta guns.

kitbashes and conversions are common though as long as the intention of what the conversion is supposed to be is clear and your models size is about the same as what it's supposed to be counting as. Nobody would give your friend any shit for using, say, building a primaris sergeant with an old dark angels power sword instead of the dark angels primaris power sword. But people will probably not be cool with him trying to convert a dreadnought to count as an imperial knight, since the knight is about 3x as big.

"Counts as" is pretty common too outside of competitive play. Sometimes you want to try out different builds without buying,building and painting them. it's totally okay to ask your opponent before the game if your bolt rifles could count as auto bolt rifles instead or something similar. Just as long as you both can remember which is which. Most tournaments play WYSIWYG however, meaning that if a model is supposed to have something on it's datacard, then it's model needs to physically represent having that thing. If that model dies in battle and is removed, then that unit no longer has that thing. example: if your friend removes the model with a grenade launcher
when he's assigning damage, then that unit can no longer use the grenade launcher.

>> No.74290414

Is the books mega missing the horus heresy base rulebook, or am I just fucking retarded and not seeing it.

>> No.74290488

>>74288739
American hands placed these tanks

>> No.74290504

>>74290266
That clears up some stuff and goes what I've been hoping. Good to know he can have some customization options since I think one of the main reason he wanted to try Warhammer was for some customization in the mini building and painting. We saw a starting out video where the narrator talked about wanting to give his Marine more movement and kit bashed it to give it a motorcycle. That I think sold us on the idea of being able to play without fearing the cost would severely limit us to very basic plays styles and units both on his Spacemarine side and my Necron side.

Also good to know Necrons aren't too expensive either since they were the first army I tired years ago when another friend lent me a small squad to try out the game. I really like their aesthetic and was hoping they wouldn't bankrupt me. I'll keep it in mind to make sure my and his units are obviously what they should and avoid as much confusion as possible. Thanks for all the info anon.

>>74290089
Magnets are a good idea I didn't consider. I'll definitely look into those.

>>74290104
Yeah, that's been the vibe I've been feeling but I just wanted to get the general opinion from people who play the game anyway just in case. Also probably won't be too big an issue when we start out since we'll practice the game first before we try at a game store and I doubt most games stores are open for competitive or friendly play anyway.

>> No.74290596

>>74289404
>Winning by making your enemy uncomfortable
I take your entire stock GW.



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74286222 No.74286222 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74300970 >>74302622

Okay so me and the rest of the party are in a desert themed campaign where the nobility are all hedonistic and excessive and all that shit. Fine, right? Well, there are two things that rich people value above all else: largeness and wetness. Food and water is a luxury, so being fat as fuck and covered in water is seen as ultimate decadence. Okay so fat rich people, also fair enough.

But then we enter a sultan's castle and the royal family is described as being completely nude, shapeless masses of large, moist and slick as they wallow in the bowl-shaped depression that constitutes their throne room, like a collection of exceptionally obese walruses that slosh and writhe together, filling the bowl with their gelatinous flesh.

Is he just trying to make us uncomfortable or is this like a fetish thing?

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>> No.74300785
Quoted By: >>74300996

>>74300395
It’s literally a panel with half of a generic anime girl’s face and one line of vague dialogue. Why would you want the source?

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74300970

>>74286222
Honestly not that bad. It makes me think of how indescribably gross the Dune novels make Vladimir Harkonnen seem. This seems about on point for a post FTL or CTL society that has no limits, and therefore must find newer and more outrageous outlets for their decadence.

>> No.74300996

>>74300785
To be fair, it is nice art. I know the feel.
>>74300395
Don't know, but it looks like the art from that artist that did that comic where the book worm girl becomes a bimbo and I think dies at the end or something.

>> No.74302622

>>74286222
Blackmail your DM to include your own fetishes in the game as well.

>> No.74302718

>>74289682
>>74291450

>Dune

Yea, that was my thought, not fetish just space-opera-tier opulence.



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74286199 No.74286199 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

The Boys Edition

>UA: Subclasses, Part 4
https://media.wizards.com/2020/dnd/downloads/UA2020_Subclasses04.pdf

>5e Trove
https://thetrove.net/Books/Dungeons%20&%20Dragons/5th%20Edition%20(5e)/

>5etools
https://5e.tools/

>Stable releases
https://get.5e.tools/

>Resources:
http://pastebin.com/X1TFNxck

>Previous thread: >>74277949

How tight are you with the other characters in your group, /5eg/? How tight are you with the players?

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>> No.74292833

>>74292551
what the fuck is sab?

>> No.74293088

>>74292247
The barbarian tried to make a decision for the group by force, the cleric used the most painless way to correct him without any fear of death, without any lasting damage, and without making him lose a single hit point.
The one at fault is the fighter that went full retard and attacked right after the barbarian. If he didn't do that the cleric could finish interrogating the NPC and the barbarian could kill him at his leisure.

>> No.74294164

>>74290756
You could have something like dragons blood be used as a power-increaser later in more powerful crafts, but it needs to be preserved until then.

>> No.74294256

>>74290763
Someone with fire resist that doesn't use fire spells.

>> No.74294361

>>74291036
Scatter, force cage.

Force cage especially.



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74286019 No.74286019 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74292618

Has anyone ever gotten a mini from hero forge? What is the quality like? would you get another?

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>> No.74290715
Quoted By: >>74291018

>>74289973
rofl they >>74290067 >>74290249 fuckin torched your ass you big dumb dumb

>> No.74291018
Quoted By: >>74291572

>>74290715
You need to be 18 to post here.

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74291098

>>74288141
>darkoath chieftain
The original is this.

>> No.74291572

>>74291018
I mean, He's not wrong

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74292618

>>74286019
my gf got me one and it's held up pretty well



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74285690 No.74285690 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74287667

One of the weird details for 3.5 that interested me was resurrection can work long after a person died, up to 10 years per caster level. It doesn't work if you die of old age though.

The one thing this seems to imply is historians resurrecting dead historic figures to question them. Except those figures probably died of old age, or were otherwise unable to be raised. Do like the idea of historians raising low-mid status people from the past to get a better broad base of evidence for their theories. Also that these people will now be very confused by the modern world.

This seems to imply something like cryogenic storage for somebody wishing to see the future. A BBEG might have some ritual that requires a specific solar alignment, so commits suicide in a resurrection trap set to go off a while before the alignment. Less nefarious, it might just be a hedonistic futurist bored with their time. Maybe the person is cursed horribly, and commits suicide with a deal to raise them when a cure is found.

Maybe in !Atlantis, some of the people were in a time set resurrection trap, wishing to see the future. The city was largely destroyed, but their tomb was heavily shielded. Now they are alive, a bit confused, but also angry everyone is trying to steal their shit.

Anyone else have some ideas?

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>> No.74287654

>>74285911
>big breasted elf girls are cringe
Gee anon are you gay by any chance

>> No.74287667

>>74285690
I like the idea of resurrecting some soldiers from a battle to learn more about it. Like the wizard doesn't give a fuck you're missing half your torso.

>> No.74287741

>>74286104
Everything about Endor suggests that actually working was an anomaly.

>> No.74288195

>>74285865

Lichdom and Vampirism both fucking suck. You become a soulless undead, with all of the drawbacks and weaknesses of being a walking corpse. The former requires you to be the smartest guy on the planet just to even try to pull it off, and even then 9 times out of 10 the brilliant genius fucks it up and annihilates their soul trying to make their phylactery. The latter turns your into a murderous beast that is, oh yeah, completely enslaved to the vampire that created you and they can mind control you at will.

These are both tremendously shitty options that probably end with damning yourself to hell even if they work. Because all because you CAN live forever doesn't mean you WILL live forever: every vampire gets dusted by something eventually.

>> No.74288622

>>74287633
Depends on what your mental condition is while petrified. Of you are just asleep/hibernating, this is a solid option for a couple problems. If you are still awake and just kinda... Stuck, that would suck. Guess the danger of the statue breaking is up there with the resurrection system failing. Could have both set up, in case the statue breaks.

Actual campaign idea: At the end of a campaign, for the party gets petrified by something after they stopped whatever. Next arc is them getting unfrozen a couple hundred years later. Some new problem has come up, and a safe sought out the lost heroes. When they finish that problem, the sage hosts a feast in their honour... At the end of which he re-petrifies them to await the next calamity that needs their might. Really relies on the PCs to start getting jaded and cynical about the whole situation by the 3rd or 4th time jump.



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74285642 No.74285642 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74308666 >>74308908

What's your favorite RPG setting and why?

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>> No.74308223

>>74293122
its crazy how well Stargate faired against all the other shitty sci-fi shows. Yes I’m including Star Trek. Nothing in Star Trek is as good as Stargate. I mean, look at Carter’s character. She is one of the VERY few actualize female characters in TV. Also the characters resisted becoming flanderized for ten seasons (while still leaving room for in-jokes like Daniel dying all the time & “Indeed”)

A pro-military gung-ho show that gave a shit about nerds & hard science, with a team of three white people & a black dude would never be made today.

>> No.74308666

>>74285642
My own, because I made it. I wonder why very few DMs actually enjoy worldbuilding, you'd think it would be more common in a hobby where creativity is everything.

>> No.74308908
Quoted By: >>74309461

>>74285642
I suppose it would be Eclipse Phase, with the caveat that it's the unbiased version everyone sane uses and not the anarchist wanking RAW version.

>> No.74309461

>>74308908
I see your EP and raise you the libertarian version: Transhuman Space

>> No.74309881

>>74307212
Probably means the Thri-Kreen's gythka weapon.

It's loosely based on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monk's_spade



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74285297 No.74285297 [Reply] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74285619 >>74285659

>>>GUIDELINES<<<

>Everybody:
Don't critique others' requests. If you don't like it, don't draw it.
• Bait posts don't deserve (You)'s for they are low quality trash.
• Stay on topic
Have fun!

>Requesting:
• Provide good, detailed references (pictures are better than verbal descriptions), so the drawfags know what you're looking for.
• Do not reply to other deliveries with a request that the artist fill your request next, this is called 'piggybacking'.
• Do not make more than three requests in a thread, and please wait a couple of threads before requesting the same character.
• If you're unsatisfied with your completed request, please wait at least one week before you re-request. If someone follows this rule, don't waste posts by complaining.

>Drawfags and Drawfags-to-be:
• Feel free to drop your blog/websites/commission/etc information, but if you're dropping your commission info, please consider filling a request beforehand instead of just advertising.
• Ignore the drama and draw what you want, it's nobody's place to tell you what you can or can't deliver.
• Some helpful materials from /ic/: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uwaXKU7ev6Tw_or__o8ARpUb6r2rCZYJGqwSFV9AD98/
>Bumping
Bumping your request doesn't make an artist want to draw it more. It makes you look like even more of a desperate beggar than you already are. If the artist likes it, they'll draw it, if they don't, they won't. Don't rely on this placebo.
>Anchoring:
• Drawfags or Requesters should anchor unfinished WIPs across threads to give the other party an established thread from which to follow the request.
• DO NOT anchor requests, only WIPs.

Drawfags open for commissions:
>https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16o7wGFpqs1EyQnxc1GZFOjywuXzspchXOJpCJXFMRO4/

Previous thread: >>74250191

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>> No.74285619

>>74285297
Delete this, already another thread retard

>> No.74285628
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74285628

Requesting my "Viking" shaman character.
He's a young-looking guy with a shaved head and a beard ( a younger version of the ref pic)
He has a yellow gemstone on the left eyesocket
He carries a big Seax knife always stored in a scabbard on his hip ( Scabbard is pretty important)

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74285659

>>74285297
Requesting a taller, lanky Imp (think approaching Gnome length but remaining thin) with kind of messy black hair and sparks of electricity coming from its tail.

>> No.74285703

The other thread's slightly older, we can come back to this one if it's still around after the other one dies.

>>74285291
>>74285291
>>74285291

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74285756

>>74285305
wip



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74285291 No.74285291 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74285703

>>>GUIDELINES<<<

>Everybody:
Don't critique others' requests. If you don't like it, don't draw it.
• Bait posts don't deserve (You)'s
• Stay on topic
Have fun!

>Requesting:
• Provide good, detailed references (pictures are better than verbal descriptions), so the drawfags know what you're looking for.
• Do not reply to other deliveries with a request that the artist fill your request next, this is called 'piggybacking'.
• Do not make multiple requests in the same thread and do not request multiple characters after a delivery. Suggesting several concepts for artists to choose from counts as making multiple requests.
• If you're unsatisfied with your completed request, please wait at least one week before you re-request. If someone follows this rule, don't waste posts by complaining.

>Drawfags and Drawfags-to-be:
• Drop your blog/websites/commission/etc information, but if you're dropping your commission info, please consider filling a request beforehand instead of just advertising.
• Ignore the drama and draw what you want, it's nobody's place to tell you what you can or can't deliver.
• Helpful materials from /ic/: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uwaXKU7ev6Tw_or__o8ARpUb6r2rCZYJGqwSFV9AD98/

>Bumping:
• Request bumps are optional, but should only be done 24 hours after the request was posted or your last bump.
• You do not need to wait for this limit to expire from one thread to another. Post your request in the new thread rather than bumping cross-thread.

>Anchoring:
• Drawfags or Requesters should anchor unfinished WIPs across threads to give the other party an established thread from which to follow the request.
• DO NOT anchor requests, only WIPs.

Drawfags open for commissions:
>https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/16o7wGFpqs1EyQnxc1GZFOjywuXzspchXOJpCJXFMRO4/
Old school rpg art resources:
>https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oClT2xfnbNdGAORpwAqoAkaio3gTfBJCFVqshq_mGFI/edit?usp=sharing

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>> No.74308657

>>74288603
bump x1

>> No.74309739

Bumpan

>> No.74309777
Quoted By: >>74309989

Attention all drawfags:
Please share your deviant arts and tumblrs!
I really like what you do and have no requests, it'd just be cool to see what you do.

>> No.74309989

>>74309777
*more of what you do

>> No.74310112

>>74305797
Not OR but excellent.



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74285255 No.74285255 [Reply] [Original]

Is there anything worse then a munchkin who has ADD that can't even remember the basic rules of the game that the DM sucks up to?

>> No.74285987
Quoted By: >>74286235

yeah, you

>> No.74286235

>>74285987
Thanks.



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74285030 No.74285030 [Reply] [Original]

ITT: make a character based on the song in the post above yours
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2aA6GEEABA



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74284894 No.74284894 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

What is Gloria-Etalia? It is a setting which sprung up into existence when OP gave /tg/ an Empty map and people doodled things onto it. The world of Gloria-Etalia is one in the phase of the post-post-apocalypse where remnants of the once great civilizations remain like wandering cities of mymics or missile silos considered to be pyramids, but most of the ancient technology has decayed beyond recognition and barbarians control the world. Still the world is far from a dead ruin.

How many moons and suns do we have? What star constellations? What is the lore of this small obscure City?
> 1d4chan Link
https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Gloria-Etalia#Races_of_the_World
> Thread 1:
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/73993406/
> Thread 2:
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/74079412/
> Thread 3:
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/74150461/
> Thread 4
http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/74211056/

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>> No.74309951
Quoted By: >>74310010

> The Keepers
The Keepers in spite of gaining sentience still follow the same goals they were programmed to follow:
1. Maintain the Park
2. Entertain the guests
3. Act as if it's all real.
On top of those directives new goals emerged. Combat Androids were created to keep the Fire elementals at bay. Mining outposts were created to provide materials to keep everything running. The Keepers themselves only ever leave the Scar to hunt down someone who stole something from the Park.

> Outside the Parks
The World Scar is a large place, mostly full of plains and rivers. Being on an old Supervolcano it is full of geysers and all the water is building and full of sulphur. The Parks are climatised, but the outside temperature is usually 40-60C. In the 6 months the Scar is closed it goes above 100C. And that is when the heftiest wars with the elementals happen.

The cliffside of the Scar is riddled with Moleman outposts and villages. They often stage raids to steal technology as sacrifices to the Effigy. Thus are hunted down. The only other sentient inhabitant of the Scar are Dwarves. They can simply handle the heat. Various minor Dwarven tribes live there. Some allied to the Parks, others isolationist, some work together with the Molemen and the last ones have signed a pact with the Fire Elementals and are openly hostile with a small nation of their own existing in the scar.

>> No.74309988
Quoted By: >>74310015

>>74309891
I wouldnt say all, because most likely until last few ages most of the world wouldnt know about it.
I must add i love idea of robot park rangers that still demand dolars from people to enter, but maybe it should tie somehow to it being also gateway to hell that was also mentioned in this thread

>> No.74310010

>>74309951
> Origin
The world Scar used to be a mix of no man's land (like Antarctica,) and national Park (Yellowstone).

4 companies once managed to obtain the right to build theme parks there. The 7 theme parks, were a fad which passed soon, but being located in no man's land the companies kept them arround to do illegal robotics research there.

After the collapse of civilisation only the automatons survived in the Scar. Running the empty parks untill magic returned to the world. The scar is the most magically active area of the world. Thus on one hand the Keepers gained sentience on the other the will of the ancient Supervolcano became manifest in fire elementals which wish to spread death and destruction.

When entrances to the scar were rediscovered it was by primitive people. Who saw everything they saw as holy and divine. And skills taught to kids by play, were actually very useful to those primitives. As such the scar became a place of worship and knowlage.

Someone please past it to 1d4chan as I can't now.

>> No.74310015
Quoted By: >>74310044

>>74309988
I tied it in with the fire elementals and the evil dwarf nation. You can expand on those if you want.

>> No.74310044

>>74310015
I wrote that before page refreshed and i saw rest of what you wrote. Now i know it all i feel like there is no need to add in that matter, elementals and the rest could easly be seen as creatures out of hellpits.
I'l copy your work to wiki in a moment, so don't worry about that



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74284852 No.74284852 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

>No one would have believed, in the last years of the nineteenth century, that human affairs were being watched from the timeless worlds of space. No one could have dreamed that we were being scrutinised as someone with a microscope studies creatures that swarm and multiply in a drop of water. Few men even considered the possibility of life on other planets. And yet, across the gulf of space, minds immeasurably superior to ours regarded this earth with envious eyes, and slowly, and surely, they drew their plans against us...

1898: Martians invade Britain. Their armies of heat-ray wielding tripods are unstoppable, but the conquest is stopped in its tracks when the aliens succumb to terrestrial infections.
1908: The British Empire has grown mighty using Martian technology. In an attempt to quash unrest is before it spirals out of control, an invasion of Mars is launched.
1938: The War goes badly. Despite unleashing a doomsday device to scour Mars clean of life, the aliens manage to sabotage the British fleet and annihilate Southern England before they are finally repelled.
1968: A human-Martian hybrid deserts his former overlords, bringing with him dire news: the aliens intend to dismantle the planets of the solar system, beginning with Mercury, to build a hive sphere around the sun. Together with a Venusian pilot named Ahran, the deserter leads a desperate mission to the second planet to find allies…

Scarlet Traces is a 2000AD comic sequel to H.G. Wells’ War of the Worlds that continues the story well into a much-changed 20th Century. If you like alt-history, pop-culture Britishisms, heroism in the face of certain doom, and more heat rays than you can shake a tripod at you’ll probably like this! In the first thread >>74238104 you can read a straight adaptation of WotW and the first chapter of Scarlet Traces, while in the second >>74263837 you can find the first half of this story >>74279109.

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>> No.74303957
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74303957

>>74303796
Oh, I do enjoy it. I very much like consuming less than ideal things, because often there are some gems out there that has those few good things that you just end up liking and make the bad parts bearable. There's also some fun in picking them apart what went wrong and how I would improve them.

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74307171

>>74286530
>Mobile Infantry
I expect their names to shine!

>> No.74307798
Quoted By: >>74308233

>>74302597
>the first plans for it were made in 1994, and the first proper sequence came out in 2001.

Know of people who made way more comics over such period while also having full time job.

>That they're also doing it specifically for 2000AD and the weekly "you get six pages an episode, I want a thrill every time or else" grind

That sounds like awfully easy job. How do I sign up?

>> No.74308233

>>74307798
You've never been in an Outsider thread, have you.

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74308335

Got any more of that Dan Dare kicking around?



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74284796 No.74284796 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

How can one book be so based?

Also the Emperor is reveled to be

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>> No.74292060

>>74286026
>"I have an announcement most grave, of highest import", the Warmaster intoned with a wet leopard growl. "This news... is of dire implication. The God-Emperor of Mankind is a bitch ass motherfucker, who pissed upon the fucking Primarchs. That's right, he took his Imperial fucking brazen dick out and he pissed upon his fucking Astartes. And he said his dick was THIS BIG, and I said that was heresy. So I'm swearing an oath of moment via my Remembrancers - The Emperor has a small dick, the size of this bolt shell, nay, far smaller, and guess what, here is my august organ of might. That's right baby, all mace, no sword, no armour, and it resembles two vortex grenades and a power maul. The Emperor betrayed his sons so I'm gonna Exterminatus Terra, that is right, that is what you get, MY CYCLONIC TORPEDO PISS. Except I am not attacking Holy Terra, I am aiming higher, I shall piss upon LUNA. HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT GUILLIMAN, I PISSED ON THE MOON IDIOT. YOU HAVE 23 HOURS BEFORE THE PISS DROPLETS HIT THE IMPERIAL PALACE NOW GET OUTTA MY FUCKING SIGHT BEFORE I PISS ON YOU TOO

>> No.74292119

>>74292046
*Check you Exuberance theme starts playing*

>> No.74292132

>>74288299
basef

>> No.74292221
Quoted By: >>74292796

>>74286933
The thing most annoying about her is her utter and complete blindness to what she has done. She can't comprehend how the Primarchs don't know or care about her and would kill her out of hand, she's all about "the Emperor was wrong" when everything that is happening is because of her. And she seems unable to see why the Emperor didn't try to take revenge on her but let her go, which is even more confusing.

It's a level of blindness and deliberate ignorance, and complete lack of comprehension of even basic social understanding or fucking logic, that is absolutely staggering. I find it difficult to believe that anybody could be that monumentally stupid, and if anything it just solidifies how the Emperor was right all along. Similar to Avengers vs X-men in Marvel, when everything the writers did to make Cyclops the bad guy kept on backfiring.

>> No.74292796

>>74292221
>It's a level of blindness and deliberate ignorance, and complete lack of comprehension of even basic social understanding or fucking logic, that is absolutely staggering. I find it difficult to believe that anybody could be that monumentally stupid,

>She

really gets the noggin joggin



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74284729 No.74284729 [Reply] [Original]

I've been getting back into these, and it got me to thinking

Anyone know any other single player/solo/solitare games worth getting into?

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>> No.74288120

>>74284729
If you're into gamebooks, try the Fabled Lands series. It pulls off the open world mechanics way better than I expected. You really want at least a couple of the books so you can wander from area to area though.

http://fabledlands.blogspot.com/p/fabled-lands-publishing.html

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74288216

>>74284729

Pic related
Barbarian Prince (free to download)
>>Star Smuggler (Fred to download)

>> No.74288559

>>74284729
Ironsworn is supposed to have a fairly robust single player mode

>> No.74289555

>>74285581
The most kino of kinos.

>> No.74289635

>>74284729

Blood sword is quite good.



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74284725 No.74284725 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

ITT: post your /tg/fu

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>> No.74304621

>>74300546
God I love it when she gets fucked by tentacles

>> No.74304855

>>74303580
My condolences /k/omrade. I'd visit occasionally, many years ago, and it always seemed like a good community.

>> No.74305251

>>74287815
>>74288256

we 2008 now

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74305334

In the future, even the terrorists will be Swedish blondes.

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74305735



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74284005 No.74284005 [Reply] [Original]

Cats, Rats, Birds and Lizards tend to get all the love when it comes to animal-based races in fantasy, but what about something that despite having fame in redwall, never really stuck or expanded beyond that?
What about the lowly badger as a fantasy race in MORE then a critter-centric setting? What can be done to present them as something fresh or interesting or are they doomed to be a furry dwarf reskin?

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>> No.74285136
Quoted By: >>74285171

Wind in the Willows bro

>> No.74285171
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74285171

>>74285136
Share your lore with a weary traveler?

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74285668

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74287941

>> No.74288528
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74288528

What about well-meaning mutants just trying to get by?



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74283980 No.74283980 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74309660

ITT we draw our guardsmen

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74308456
Quoted By: >>74308528

>>74285697

>> No.74308528
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74308528

>>74308456

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74308952

>> No.74309493

>>74293634
>>74305197
>I will now buy your game.png

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74309660

>>74283980



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74283838 No.74283838 [Reply] [Original]

https://basicfantasy.org/downloads/Basic-Fantasy-RPG-Rules-r107-bookmarked.pdf

So, Necros are considered evil(an affront to God) which is fine. Absorbing sinew and bone to heal yourself is a pretty horrific experience for the uninitiated. How does somoene reconcile that most things done will offend the PC Palidan and may cause him to lose his holy powers. Is there a way to play without being antitical to the partys goals.



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74283809 No.74283809 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]

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Previous Thread >>74261868

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>> No.74305558

>>74305412
They might be the old Tomahawk aerospace fighters, the clans were notoriously bad about their airpower sometimes and probably used some shitbox, ancient SLDF guff

>>74305456
I think Hondo is going to be fairly popular amongst some of my scumbag friends who play x-wing, the new CIS gunship they've got floating around is fucking hawt too

>> No.74305565

>>74289532
I agree, those people are so far into their own autistic way of rationalization. They praise the narrative dice system for giving them flexibility, but they preach RAW and crucify you if you dare deviate. Even when the devs or a freelancer shows up and tells them otherwise, or a fringe ruling that clearly goes beyond common sense, they quadruple down and start REEEEing at each other. For a system of cooperative non-binary choices and imagination, they have very little tolerance for it.

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74305585

>>74305517
Not sure, but Rodians certainly get some

>> No.74305673

>>74305412
Battletech. Look for either Technical Readout 3025 or 3055 or 3057 or perhaps 3067 in the OP folders and you will find what you seek

>> No.74306155

>>74306141

>>74306141

>>74306141

(You) didn't expect Special Forces



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74283767 No.74283767 [Reply] [Last 50] [Original]
Quoted By: >>74287271

You know that thing you do every day?
I did the same thing but imma girl. Thanks for the 20k upboats and the incoming corporate sponsorships! tee-hee!

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>> No.74287271
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74287271

>>74283767
>campain

>> No.74287288
Quoted By: >>74287391

>>74286140
Sounds based. What's their name?

>> No.74287391

>>74287288
@SolBrah

>> No.74287474
Quoted By: >>74288073

>>74284239
Based. I moved back to my hometown for work recently and got back in touch with my old community. Found a thriving club playing all sorts of interesting and niche games. One of my clubmates has a built a fairly successful youtube channel purely making stuff he's interested in and in a format he wants to watch, and has offered me all the support he can to start my own. I'm hoping that once I have enough stuff shot I'll be able to start uploading, become visible and then I'll be able to promote other people that I see doing good things.

>> No.74288073

>>74287474
Sounds good. Just make sure to never give any support to women, they don't deserve it.



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