Previous: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive/44588581/ Char sheets: Layla http://pastebin.com/AZhZH83v Maria http://pastebin.com/Pz8RjLpu Eli http://pastebin.com/MTKD1usQ Marla http://pastebin.com/xxAh2vEH
Another cold winter day, the sky is grey and I am quite bored. I mean I really shouldn't be, since Maria has been really treating this past week, but I'm just simply bored, as much as love and adore her, I really don't like being cooped up in one place for so long. Maybe I can take her out somewhere for the day and have some fun? then... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
And yet he’s here. He’s the only target for your curiosity. You frown and brush your hair out of your face. “Hey, so. Was Corithis ever married to anybody?” you ask him. “You know, like my dad? Or maybe anyone else?”
He seems to pick up where you’re coming from, and shakes his head. “The Imperiate was never publicly married,” says Orias. “I’ve heard tell she chose a new consort to toy with every century or so.”
That’s...... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Harvey gives you an expressionless look. “Uh huh.”
You give him a hard slap on the back. “You got real gumption, kid. I like it,” you say.
Harvey lets out a small groan of discomfort from the chummy strength of your back-slap.
You turn your attention back to Orias, who is examining the weapons in a new light. “So what’s my 100% brand Zhermaec assault rifle thing do though?” you ask, gesturing at it with a claw. “What do you think it does again?”
“I can’t say,” he says, stooping in toward the gun in question, where it lies on the table. He points at the script etched into the wood and metal of the weapon. “This though. I’ve only seen writing like this once before. This is shadow tongue – walker writing.”
Harvey is particularly interested in this fact. “It’s Verwelkan writing?”
Orias affirms this with a silent glance.
Your brother picks up the gun. “I call dibs on testing this one,” he says, shouldering the rifle and checking the sights. He reaches over for the scope, still in its paper wrapping, to attach it to the weapon.
“Hold off there Rambo,” you say, reaching across the table and picking up the plain steel spear in the back. You show it off to Orias. “Did you check out this spear of destiny? Always takes me like ten minutes to find it.”
Orias inspects the length of the spear before accepting it from your hands. He turns away in a swift movement, spinning the weapon about and executing a series of short but potent thrusts forward. He tosses it in the air to test its weight, and snatches it back out of the air with ease. “It’s not a spear,” he says, gripping it tightly to test its rigidity. “It’s an Izhowak spine.” A lemony excitement sneaking out from under his purposeful reservation.
“Cool,” you say.
“They’re Verwelkian creatures,” he explains, sounding more lively than he did just a minute ago. “They roam along the borders of the abyssal plains, where there’s light enough still to see by. It’s been over two centuries since a hunter pursued an Izhowak and survived to best it.”
>I just now realized you’re a huge nerd. >Is this thing typical of Izhowak spines then? Cause it’s kind of big. >Okay, you sold me. Enough talk, let’s get shooting and sparring or whatever. >How much do you think this would go for on ebay? >You'd totally go for hunting an Izhowak, wouldn't you. >What's so special about Izhowaks that badass demon hunters can't kill them? >Other (?)
So you have these Blood Raven guys who attacked the Imperial Guard on two separate occasions and also fought the Sisters of Battle. Never for a particularly great reason. Additionally, they hoard valuable artifacts which plainly belong to other chapters, are able to provide no account of their heritage, and a ton of them, including their Chapter Master, fell to Chaos. Why hasn't the Inquisition wiped them out yet?
>>44990405 >What's your favorite color deck to play with? White/(anything). I just really love using Pacifism on all of my friend's big creatures since none of them have a lot of cards to destroy enchantments. >How long have you been playing MTG? About three months? I'm fairly new to the hobby. >If you play with friends how "optimized" are your decks? Not really optimized at all. I just pick out... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Any game ambience with complex and realistic social sciences themes? Even if it's fantasy or sci-fi, i'm talking about realism in social structures, with history, sociology, anthropology influence.
For example Glorantha it's a fantasy world, but it's clearly set in the bronze age, with tons of civilizations and cultures, lots of religions and diversity. Not like the Warcraft world which is more centered in characters, civilizations are anachronic and they don't care too much about culture.
Another example: Eclipse Phase, an sci-fi game... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>44990325 Well the focus for them goes into making them FUN TO PLAY, so mechanical focus is a must in most cases, and only after can they expand into other regions you know? Before anything else, a game must be fun.
While still in orbit over Naboo, you and your crew awaited the arrival of Jennis D’Leer, scavver and merchant. You hadn’t made a commitment to search any of the potential locations of the Katana Fleet: Alpheridies, Tython, or the far edge of the galaxy. And for good reason, because although the trails in the nav logs end in those three spots, it doesn’t mean that the Katana Fleet will be at either location.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Regardless, they were shadowy enough to escape mention in almost every official documentation of Imperial activities. Even illegal documents, even Rebel Alliance propaganda fails to understand what Inquisitors are exactly.
But, you did find out why exactly Alpheridies isn’t the best place to go for Misri, and a little something else about Admiral Daas Reike.
The door into your quarters opens up to reveal Misri. She smiles happily, leaning on the door. “Guess who just scored her first... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
“I’d totally be interested!” You drop a huge holobook in her lap, and she flinches at the weight and scale of it. “… the hell is this?”
“A Complete History of Coruscant by Jeen Kee-Gan. It’s 2,000 pages. Don’t worry, there are footnotes in the margins,” you explain.
She sighs, opening it up and looking at it. “… I just realized, I’m not much of a reader.” You take it from her again. “Hehe…” She twiddles her fingers, smiling at you. “Anyway, I- uh… I... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Is anyone interested into creating an innawoods.net based rp game? I'm newer to /tg/ but I enjoy hosting games like DnD. The roleplay would probably use dice rolling and I can create a list of events that happen on each roll. It can be multiplayer and turn based where you can travel around the country.
Your name is Thomas Cairn, and you were finally starting to get your life figured out. That is, until you managed to blow it all up. You're dad left you a legacy as the Red Rider, and you carry it as the Red Knight, a hero for a modern age. You had your own company, a suit of power armor, an AI assistant, even a girlfriend. You had a great life. Then an unlucky invention put an end to that. It was just supposed to even out some pressure systems; you didn't know it would end up blowing up like Independence Day.
In a flash of blue light, your life was stripped... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The Supe Kitchen was going splendidly when you checked it out, you even got to mingle with a few up-and-comers. Most thought you were a shape-shifter, but you didn't feel the urge to correct them. Grandpa would be proud, the majority of the costumes there were either skintight or stylized with bright colors. RON updated you on the current situation with Supers, apparently another blast like yours hit worldwide. Super-anythings are commonplace now, and the PC term is AltHuman. Most AltHumans simply get a job that utilizes their skill, but a good portion are still heroes... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen of /tg/! I'm back for another edition of Ask A Judge. I'm home for a lazy Sunday afternoon, and there's little I'd like to do more than discuss Magic/rules/Judge stuff with you guys while I watch funny movies.
So, if you have any rules questions, policy questions, Judge questions, anything like that- let me know! I'd be happy to help out.
>>44988920 I sure hope you didn't, for the following reasons:
1) USC doesn't carry a Game Loss anymore. USC Minor is a Warning, USC Major is a Match Loss, and the other USCs are a Disqualification.
2) Riffle shuffling your opponent's deck wouldn't be any kind of USC. I could see an argument for USC Aggressive Behavior, or MAYBE USC Major if you were intentionally trying to damage the cards, but that's highly unlikely.
3) USC is a penalty in the IPG- the Infraction Procedure Guide.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>Trying to intro demons into the campaign >Run quick little encounter of a child occupied by a low level demon, to set the horror and tone >They to negotiate with demon, but demon ain't bailing, playing it terrified of being murderfucked in the Abyss (D&D 5e) >Wizard takes the case, does wizard things >Shenanigans happen, wizard gets inside the circle and forces out the demon >See chance for lulz, demon goes to possess Charisma 7 Wizard >Devotion paladin shoves wizard out of the circle just before demon gets new ride >Demon goes for 19 CHA Devotion paladin >Player "I let the demon in" >wut
Apparently, the player knows a bit about the Abyss and feels sorry for the demon, and want to redeem what is canonically a intelligence formed from scraps of nega evil.
Now, in the past I've given the okay to fail saves based on choice or willpower, so I can't say no sell on that. According to the Booklet of Infinite Horrors I'm using the paly gets three chances to evict the demon (which she could easily do).
Paladins get their powers through their faith, will or oath in 5e, so no demon getting holy smites with out the paly giving the okay first, same for other powers and spells.
While the demon controls the body completely, I figure she CAN talk in the mind, as it were, to start her redemption project.
The problems then, are:
>Should I even have this demon be redeemable?
>How the hell to I portray redemption in a demon, and how do I show it to the players?
And most importantly
>How the HELL do I maintain player agency while they are riding backseat in their own character?!
On one hand, the RP side of things could be amazing, but I don't want to sacrifice mechanical player agency and just have the player sitting at the table doing nothing the whole session. What Do /tg/?
>>Previous threads can be found at: http://suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com/archive.html?tags=Azure+quest >>Some basic information can be found here: http://pastebin.com/RyaBXTnW >>You are AZURE, a machine with a mind, and you were about to ask your friend, Kate, about the location of her biomedical Old Power laboratory. However, when you got there, you got there to chaos. The rebel cell, FREE, has been destroyed by the Arcturus Security Force.
Outside the room, you... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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