>>45070010 >You can only play one of your commander decks for the rest of your days. Who do you play, and why is it your favorite? One commander or one deck? If commander, Cromat, since he's a solid creature and the deck could be anything. Currently I'm playing him as voltron. If deck, Memnarch. Artifacts and theft are fun, what more can I say?
>If the "banned as general" list came back, who would you throw in there? Derevi.
I've come here before to do research, and I thought I'd drop by for more personal reactions.
I am doing a thesis for Evolutionary Studies on where RPGs came from and why people play them. So if anyone could answer some questions so I could get some anecdotes for my paper, I'd appreciate it. Plus we can see what kind of people come here.
I always enjoyed sci-fi and fantasy when I was younger. I accidentally bought a Warcraft DnD supplement thinking it was a novel, and got introduced into the hobby through that. Some friends found the DnD starter kit I had in my closet a few years later and we all tried it out and had fun.
>>45069759 >>Age 21 human years >>Gender Dragon kin >>Ethnicity Frost dragon, (showing white human) >>Why do you play RPGs? I think they really help me get in touch with my inner side and explore the life I should be having.
>In this quest you will play as the son of a Namekian who fled Planet Namek during the great catastrophe that nearly destroyed their race. You're young, and very inexperienced but there's no telling what you'll accomplish.
>At the end of each update, there will be options to vote on. The voting period will last ten minutes or until one option has at least five votes, whichever happens to come first
>Writeins are allowed, but if I suspect samefagging or shitposting... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You've been on this ship for as long as you remember.
You were born on it, and for months had only your father to keep you company. That's a small comfort you no longer enjoy. He was quite old when you were born, and passed away before long. Since then, you've been all alone.
Waking from another night of slumber, you sit up in your room, looking around and finding everything exactly how it's been for the past year.
You honestly aren't sure why you get out of bed these days. The daily routine never changes. You get up, you check... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Wild Talents I've been playing a Wild Talents game for about two years that's finally nearing its endgame. It's the first game I've GM'd regularly and know inside and out, and in my opinion it's the best superhero roleplaying game out there. Not perfect, but definitely the most fun to play.
With WT winding down I'm working on a REIGN game set in a sci-fi setting, and to that end I'm making some original Martial Paths that I'd love some feedback on. It's a high adventure,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>45068640 I was thinking of doing some kind of Wild Talents campaign at some point. I don't have any real world/plot concepts yet, but the ORE looks interesting, and I've wanted to run a superhero game for a while now. Do you have any advice?
>>45052862 Why do people keep posting this goddamn Mattel toy like I'm supposed to be jealous of its quality and drop AoS to run to my nearest weeb outlet mall ninja shop and bring it home to put on my mantle with my Naruto headband and pocky stick collection
Your waifu is shit, anon, and I don't want to see her anymore
You are Sascha, formerly of the Goathorn Tribe, and now a slave of the mighty Stonetusks. You are honored to be able to make your own meagre contributions towards the glory of your new masters. The Chieftain himself has entrusted you with the responsibility of spying upon the arrogant dragon Slaagyr, who has led many in the Howling Mountains to the deluded belief that they can stand against the rise of the Stonetusks.
Making contact with Cragfolk under the dominion of the dragon, you found them to be a sickly and feeble people, bled dry of their warriors so that the cowardly dragon can make futile efforts to prepare himself for the inevitable battle to come. They are also, you suspect, not too happy with their lot, the dragon's vague promises of future prosperity doing little to dull the pangs of hunger and fear of predation by the mountains' many beasts and monsters.
You have joined up with one of Slaagyr's lieutenants, a renowned young tribal leader known as The Snowfox, posing as a group of tribeless wanderers looking for purpose. While The Snowfox herself seems unhappy in her role as Slaagyr's underling, and with the factional conflict which runs rampant through his followers, you have as yet bided your time on making too obvious a play to turn her against the dragon. The last thing you want is to disappoint your masters by foolish action, after all. If you fail here, no-one will be coming to help you.
The long march back to Slaagyr's lands takes you deeper into the Howling Mountains than you ranged even at your most curious, the lands becoming more jagged and bleak, what sparse plant life there was becoming all the more gnarled and skeletal, grey clouds weaving between the towering shadows of the mountain peaks. The Snowfox remains an optimistic and conversational presence, though has limited herself to idle talk of old battles and hunting which have no bearing on her current role in Slaagyr's forces, nothing you can use to your advantage anyway.
>>45067949 “Up there, on the left,” she tuts, her brow knotting into a look of annoyance you haven't seen often from here these past few days, in spite of her occasional bout of complaining.
You follow her nod to a craggy outcropping some distance away, spotting a hunched figure, its oily, mottled skin of grey and black well hidden in the shadows of the mountain. It's about the size of a man, and while it's hard to make out any finer details from that distance, the creature's bulbous, pitch-black... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>45067965 Links: >Character Bios: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1R9snecj2CMMLcA_gFlvUnqPKKrFJDhMUGmWYcCc0qjk/edit?usp=sharing >Character Sheets: https://docs.google.com/document/d/16HQFIGCToR2Vv5N2jg_Za9oWs1OMByzQ5ReJSiZFdME/edit?pli=1 >Setting Info: http://pastebin.com/aRt0MR72 >Twitter: https://twitter.com/BrightTegu >Ask: http://ask.fm/BrightTegu Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I play a lot of LotW, it's my favourite RPG system so far due to its really interesting mechanics and awesome combat system. I'm in a few different games of it, as well as running some, in a variety of styles and settings, and it works great. There are a few mechanical niggles that could do with tweaking, but on the whole it works great. If you're looking for more content for the game, look up the Wulin Legends wiki.
However, there is a major downside to LotW. If you're presenting it to your group, be prepared to have to explain it without much help... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> Official HH 7th Edition Errata (Updated January 2016): http://www.forgeworld.co.uk/resources/fw_site/fw_pdfs/Horus_Heresy/Horus_Heresy_7th_Edition.pdf > Other official downloads: http://www.forgeworld.co.uk/Downloads#horusheresy
>HH Rules: > Crusade Army List: http://www.mediafire.com/download/1lprm5vd99yafa3/ > Isstvan Campaign Legions: http://www.mediafire.com/download/deadtdf0y47k59k/ Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>45066475 Because the marines in 30k are far less indoctrinated than their 40k counterparts and have a much broader set of values. Not all of them value Imperium, Primarch, Legion, in that order. Some may value the lives of their squad mates or the marines under their command over any of that, some may feel their primarchs are taking their legion in the wrong direction. Then there are plenty of other values to consider. Are their relations with Mechanicum or rogue Trader forces that could sway them? Do they value their personal... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
For all your questions on Dark Heresy (1st and 2nd Editions), Rogue Trader, Deathwatch, Black Crusade, and Only War.
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Depends on the other 2 artifacts, what they do when they go to the bin and board. and is it worth doing that? Its also a sorcery so thats going to be another thing. You really need a worthwhile effect.
Why the FUCK do people get doodles on the cards they buy? do some mtg players actually enjoy throwing away all their money? I mean, I only waste my money because I want to play, but I always protect my investment.
The most expensive card I even had anything drawn on is a pack rat. I traded my pack rat to a guy at the show who is pretty cool and told him he HAD to sign it. I have done this with a zendikar forest, a boomarang, rugged highlands, and a ravens crime.
So I can understand having signatures or art on your cards, but not anything that is valuable, and if its art and not a signature it better be good and not something awful like that.
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