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Messages - Razor 007

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I guess I have given in to the dark side now.

Buwhahaha!!!!!

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Quote from: Aglondir;1056913
Futanka!

Ditto.

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Pen and Paper Roleplaying Games (RPGs) Discussion / One roll combat
« on: September 19, 2018, 02:00:51 PM »
One roll combat is an interesting concept, but it goes beyond the level of simplification I'm looking for in an RPG.

I do want some simplification though.  I think the spread of Armor Class and To Hit numbers found in some d20 systems / editions is ridiculous.  Armor Classes from say 7 to 46, and every number in between?  That's a crazy level of detail, right there.  I'm rolling with:

10 Somewhat Challenging
12 Challenging
14 Difficult
16 Very Difficult
18 Crazy Difficult

And I allow / use very Small Modifiers to Attack Rolls, when applicable.

I also use "Roll At Or Under" Ability Checks and Saving Throws.  It makes those 6 Ability Scores really matter. ;)

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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / Better save copies of your 'problematic' music
« on: September 19, 2018, 01:44:02 PM »
Quote from: Alathon;1056700
Men such as Ray Bradbury, George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, and Kurt Vonnegut do seem to have predicted a lot of what is now coming to pass.   Harrison Bergeron was written in 1961, two years before Betty Friedan's Feminine Mystique was published, yet described in cutting satirical form the anti-meritocratic direction feminism has taken over a span of decades.  Screens with cameras and microphones in every house, historical revisionism, rampant hedonism coupled with consumerism, penalizing the most able.. it's all happened.  I suppose the prediction of such outcomes was possible because they were the logical conclusions of the Marxist and egalitarian ideas that were advanced during their time.


1984 was true Prophecy at work.  It is scary just how accurate 1984 was.  You'd think George Orwell had stepped into a time machine, and travelled to the present day.

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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / RPG.net showing its true colors
« on: September 19, 2018, 12:48:26 PM »
Quote from: KingCheops;1056869
We were actually wondering on one of these, numerous, anti-TBP threads:  how long did it take them to figure out it was "FU Tanka"?


Haha!!!  I see I have been outed!!!

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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / RPG.net showing its true colors
« on: September 19, 2018, 04:54:13 AM »
My signature phrase, which you can see below; got me a Permanent Ban from RPG.net

No bull....  My notification told me explicitly that it was because of that signature.  I can Never return.

What a big ol' bunch of powder puffs they are.

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Cool.  I just ordered a hardcover of Lion & Dragon.  Looking forward to it.

Medieval is up my alley!!!

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Just ordered a hardcover copy of Lion & Dragon, for the record....

Medieval is up my alley!!!

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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / What type of coffee does the RPGPundit drinks?
« on: September 19, 2018, 04:02:45 AM »
I am a fan of the French Press.  But then again, I drink too much coffee every day to use it very often.  I make a pot at home, drink all of it, and then still buy more!!!

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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / RPG.net showing its true colors
« on: September 19, 2018, 03:50:17 AM »
Quote from: waltshumate;1048347
Do any of these fuckers post any where they do not have mod powers?


Yes, I'm also curious myself.

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Quote from: Razor 007;1056774
I started thinking about this, and I really want to say Dragons; once the PCs have made it to Level 5 or above.  However, at lower levels, Dragons can be overkill.  A pack of Wolves can be a Big deal at lower levels; as well as anything that can Fly.

And freaking Owlbears!!!  Some of the early classic monsters are timeless.

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Quote from: Spinachcat;1056789
Welcome!

But remember that your favorite game sucks, unless it's also my favorite game, and in that case, you're playing it wrong.

Hey, you'd better take that back....  Everyone knows that MY favorite game is the only one worth playing; and even then, only if you are using MY special house rules!!!

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I started thinking about this, and I really want to say Dragons; once the PCs have made it to Level 5 or above.  However, at lower levels, Dragons can be overkill.  A pack of Wolves can be a Big deal at lower levels; as well as anything that can Fly.

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Quote from: Warboss Squee;1056771
Welcome to Adult Swim.

Haha!!!  I love the RPGPundit videos on YouTube!!!  I have been stealth watching for a while now.

I'm officially coming out as a Straight White Male who actually likes the historical tropes of D&D, etc.  I like multiple Editions too!!!  Bring on the Drow!!!  Hey, it's just a game folks...

Thanks for the welcome!!!

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I need an RPG forum hangout that doesn't expect me to praise the SJW crowd, and walk on eggshells in every post I make.  I promise I don't bite......I just like to ask questions and talk about D&D style RPGs.

Edit:
Just ordered a hardcover copy of Lion & Dragon, for the record.

Medieval is up my alley!!!

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