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If I ever did a fox related character
it would be the one from the redwall series, where he wears the skin of a wolf he 'killed'
that is how you play a fox, a vicious vermin who has the scream of a banshee
no threads about Pauper? I'm ashamed.
talk about the best budget format in the game
complain about mono blue fairies
post deck ideas
ToTT: What cards do you think need the boot?
Not really into pauper, but a friend of mine wanted to try out Pauper EDH.
What would be a strong Pauper general in your opinion? I was thinking of Wasp Lancer for U/B faries/rogues.
I'm probably correct to assume that blue is the strongest color in Pauper?
Dunno, maybe because of counters, but elves are bretty gud too.
Currently I am playing Mono U Delver and Reanimator.
Delver works great, it's a very solid deck with tons of responses.
Reanimator... it's shit. But when it works it obliterates everything
Did other nations in the fallout world have vaults aswell?
I am asking this becuase I want to run a fallout game that is not set in the US.
No one knows. They probably didn't have vault-tec ones with experiments and other hidden purposes but there is no reason for rest of the world to not have their own nuclear shelters. There is nothing in the fallout canon about rest of the world.
Vault tec was an American company and the fallout economy wasn't nearly as globalized being a hyper cold war, but you could simply come up with your own Vaulttec expy or government shelters. To say nothing of US imperialism into Canada, Japan, and China in the fallout universe
While there tends to be a sort of agreement on how elves and dwarfs should be (at least superficially), gnomes are one of those races that are depicted differently in practically every setting. The only real commonality is they're small, but even then their smallness ranges from "child sized" to "pinkie sized".
How does /tg/ like gnomes?
In my head there are gnomes, pic related, and "dnd gnomes" who are usually scrawny halflings.
Tinker gnomes like Warcraft just kind of don't come up when the word is mentioned
Why is modern 40k art so soulless?
It's done lazily with a veneer of sugar-coated colours. Such is the way of everything that cynically appeals 2dakidz.
It comes off even worse than the norm because of what it used to be.
Other one's almost at limit.
Taking requests in exchange for Fate of the Norns or any other cool indie system you've got!
Oh fuck, /tg/. I'm DM'ing tomorrow and I've spent all week ignoring my duties to play Fallout.
I need quests. Simple town quests to give to my PCs until they level up and take on their first dungeon. Gimme some ideas that don't completely suck.
I have to sleep for now but I'll read them all when I wake up.
Never fear, /tg/ is here, to fix all your GMing fuck-ups.
A rebellious child has wandered away from the village. The players must find the young vagabond and escort him back home. There's all sorts of variations you can tack onto that premise.
>Several guards tired of low wages and long hours have taken an entire tavern hostage.
>A tiefling orphan compulsively kills and tortures small animals, and needs either a good home or a stern talking to so they walk away from the path of evil.
>Otyugh in the sewers, players will have to position themselves carefully so that it doesn't get a chance to hit them.
>Several farmers in the fields...
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Planning to run a low-power epic 6 game.
What I wonder; anyone know of base classes that only have 5-10 levels so someone can at least get full progression in something? Doesn't matter the d20 version, they're easy to adapt.
You could always take an existing class and chop it down. Condense three levels in to one, so the fighter at 1 has everything from 1 to 3 on a normal level progression, level 2 had 4-6, etc.
It makes power scaling spiral out of control rather quickly, unless you put a serious slowdown but I think the only other thing that has less than 20 levels that isn't a prestige class is the classes from d20 Modern.
What system really captures the 'feel' of James Bond /tg/?
Alternatively we could just stat Jaws in our favourite systems?
Ninjas and Superspies does a good job of it, if you can deal with the Palladium system. Gageteer Agents are pretty much James Bond, and since the game is compatible with the rest of the Pal universe, you can fight space elves or giant robots or aliens or whatever, or just other spies.
Barring that, >>43635552 this.
Scenarios are altered slightly so that you won't be spoiled if you've seen the movie, and because of copyright they had to use "Skorpios" and "TAROT" instead of Blofeld and SPECTRE. But there is a serious emphasis on keeping the feel of the movies.
You remembered when things were simple. When a man could grab an ice cold beverage with a couple of gleaming coins. A time when a man could buy a house on a hill and proudly say, "This is mine." A time where people didn't really mind or care why you were passing through. A time where a man could make a choice and never second guess himself.Where variety was available but you never too overwhelmed by what was offered.
You sigh, and pack a couple more SPICK N SPAM cans into your pack and frown. You were hoping there would a bit more here. Maybe there was...
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Take a peek while bitching about how shit wasn't this tedious when you used to go grocery shopping. Also, you might not get a lot of reception tonight due to other quests running tonight.
My next campaign setting will be nothing but anime waifus appropriated and gender-swapped into men.
That is all.
Fuck that shit, run a Cromartie High campaign.
ITT we fix FATE to not be a retarded bribery system where you have to pay people with rerolls to roleplay
I mean, got any suggestions? It seems like rewarding immersive role play with in game rewards seems disjointed, like Whose Line is it Anyway but with RP. But it also encourages the behavior a lot of GMs want out of their game.
Japanese TRPG Thread
>Preparing for Shinobigami Edition
Last thread was pretty successful, so here we go again.
It's one of the Saikoro Fiction series, basically Yugioh the rpg, a moonrune-reading guy on Something Awful organized a group to play them on Roll20.
They played it just last month.
>You are the king.
>You discover that your daughter has completely taken control of your spy network and assassin order without you or your top advisers finding out for six years.
How do you react?
So, I have a faggot friend who is learning GURPS, and he's trying to defend it to me. I put a challenge to him, and he failed it, but said that you fuckers would know. Anyone feel like trying to prove GURPS a superior system? I want to play Palom and Porom. Not Palom, not Porom, Palon AND Porom. Is this possible in gurps, and how thoroughly gimped will they be by it? Also, I want dualcasting. That was a cool mechanic, and I bet I can do a lot more with it in an RPG.
Lean Duplication, Learn Magery, Learn appropriate spells.
Have one duplicate cast black magic, have the other cast white magic.
I don't even play GURPS and I found this in 5 minutes of googling and searching through the basic rules.
I'm not familiar with those characters, but dual casting can be accomplished with Compartmentalized Mind for extra mental actions. And you might need high magic skills to cast without physical action to make it work, as well, I can't quite recall.