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2012-11-20 11:57:06 PM

shortymac: zarberg: My main Pathfinder character is a cleric of Calistria, so I'm getting a kick out of this thread.

Lol, I'm a cleric of Sarenrae in the FARK pathfinder game.

I must the FARK pathfinder game is going pretty awesome, having a lot of fun. Even though my character has had her Father die, corpse rotting trying to find a crone, got his guts spilled all over her when we tried to evacuate the gases, and then came back from the dead as an undead Zombie bent on killing the party and destroyed a village after other party members stole stuff from the crone while I was talking to my dead Dad.

Fun!


You forgot to mention the sociopath Half-orc sorcerer is trying to hook up with you as well. While simultaneously getting another party member addicted to drugs and causing said Crone to obliterate the town for a shiatty potion of youthful looks.
 
2012-11-21 12:54:01 AM
I used to play, back when I was 24 Earth years old.

Link
 
2012-11-21 01:15:33 AM

RookStar: I laughed. A lot of their humor is hit and miss but my fav is still the college football bit.


I want to use the name "D'Squarius" in a concept rap album about geometry, math theory and numerology.

/name will be: HoRatio Pi D'Squarius
//get Del on this project, I bet he would love it.
 
2012-11-21 02:40:10 AM
D&D's got street cred, yo. Vin Diesel loves that shiat.
 
2012-11-21 02:46:14 AM

albatros183: I attack the darkness!!!

/Oblig


"Uh, Hello."
 
2012-11-21 06:01:43 AM

zarberg: My main Pathfinder character is a cleric of Calistria, so I'm getting a kick out of this thread.


I'm convinced that someone involved in the production of the video played an LG table with
Django Stonereaver.
 
2012-11-21 06:02:20 AM

RookStar: I laughed. A lot of their humor is hit and miss but my fav is still the college football bit.


Ok, I laugh at lots of things. I believe I even laughed at Dane Cook once- when he told a joke, now, it's just in general.

Sorry, the D&D one is mildly amusing, and somebody must have played enough to know what was going on.
I don't even care that their humor can be broken down to white people go like this, and black people go like this.
Unless you can prove any Mencina-like bs is going on, I'll give them props for trying.

The college football bit is awesome.
Period.

/also, mick-ity mick-ity mix and match muthafrkkas
 
2012-11-21 07:01:16 AM

legion_of_doo: Some D&D people go apeshiat over John Wick's "anti-D&D" game, but there's more than that as well.


I'm working on a Pathfinder adventure with John Wick...there's also a Savage Worlds version, but I'm not as involved on that side of things.
 
2012-11-21 09:56:48 AM

DjangoStonereaver: zarberg: My main Pathfinder character is a cleric of Calistria, so I'm getting a kick out of this thread.

I'm convinced that someone involved in the production of the video played an LG table with
Django Stonereaver.


I still say that table of "Breaking Point" we were at is the best single adventure I've played ever, from the baleful polymorph in the first fight to you using your horn of fog.
 
2012-11-21 10:03:52 AM

zarberg: DjangoStonereaver: zarberg: My main Pathfinder character is a cleric of Calistria, so I'm getting a kick out of this thread.

I'm convinced that someone involved in the production of the video played an LG table with
Django Stonereaver.

I still say that table of "Breaking Point" we were at is the best single adventure I've played ever, from the baleful polymorph in the first fight to you using your horn of fog.


Aw g'wan....

I'll wait. ;-)
 
2012-11-21 11:56:56 AM

DjangoStonereaver: zarberg: DjangoStonereaver: zarberg: My main Pathfinder character is a cleric of Calistria, so I'm getting a kick out of this thread.

I'm convinced that someone involved in the production of the video played an LG table with
Django Stonereaver.

I still say that table of "Breaking Point" we were at is the best single adventure I've played ever, from the baleful polymorph in the first fight to you using your horn of fog.

Aw g'wan....

I'll wait. ;-)


Well, from what I remember, that adventure started out with the GM telling us to go ahead and cross off one in four spells/spell slots as if we already used them. Very first combat our rogue/fighter/wizard got baleful polymorphed and failed both saves, so he spent the rest of the adventure as an owl because "break enchantment" was one of the spells I crossed off my list. We got out of that fight and ended up hitting a group of Duergar, which was where you used the horn of fog. At some point I remember all of us sneaking up outside an encampment of giants, launching a bunch of fire arrows and a fireball at full range (800+ feet) and then dim-dooring away because we needed to make them think they were under an attack.

I can't remember who the 6th at that table was, but I'm not about to list actual names here on Fark ...
 
2012-11-21 12:08:03 PM

zarberg: DjangoStonereaver: zarberg: DjangoStonereaver: zarberg: My main Pathfinder character is a cleric of Calistria, so I'm getting a kick out of this thread.

I'm convinced that someone involved in the production of the video played an LG table with
Django Stonereaver.

I still say that table of "Breaking Point" we were at is the best single adventure I've played ever, from the baleful polymorph in the first fight to you using your horn of fog.

Aw g'wan....

I'll wait. ;-)

Well, from what I remember, that adventure started out with the GM telling us to go ahead and cross off one in four spells/spell slots as if we already used them. Very first combat our rogue/fighter/wizard got baleful polymorphed and failed both saves, so he spent the rest of the adventure as an owl because "break enchantment" was one of the spells I crossed off my list. We got out of that fight and ended up hitting a group of Duergar, which was where you used the horn of fog. At some point I remember all of us sneaking up outside an encampment of giants, launching a bunch of fire arrows and a fireball at full range (800+ feet) and then dim-dooring away because we needed to make them think they were under an attack.

I can't remember who the 6th at that table was, but I'm not about to list actual names here on Fark ...


The "Horn of Fog" trick served me well many a time back in the days of LG.

And as I recall, one the Duergar's cleric was female, and since I was playing an oversexed dwarf
(think Pepe Lepeu with rogue and sorcerer levels), I kept talking about how she was very exotic and
beautiful, like a 4 foot tall Angelina Jolie.
 
2012-11-21 05:05:43 PM

zarberg: Well, from what I remember, that adventure started out with the GM telling us to go ahead and cross off one in four spells/spell slots as if we already used them.


Sounds like the DM the last time I played with people in person. I think he was a sadist. He told me to roll up a rogue because we'd need one, so I made the ultimate utility rogue with all the bells and whistles to take on any problem he sent to us. Disguise, Forgery, Gather Information, Disable Device, Sense Motive, Sleight of Hand... got a whole setup of the necessary tools of the job for all the skullduggery we'd ever need.

Then the campaign started and we didn't do anything but fight bug creatures for the entire duration. Bug creatures that could not be snuck by or caught flat-footed. It was just farking awful.
 
2012-11-21 05:48:43 PM

Treygreen13: zarberg: Well, from what I remember, that adventure started out with the GM telling us to go ahead and cross off one in four spells/spell slots as if we already used them.

Sounds like the DM the last time I played with people in person. I think he was a sadist. He told me to roll up a rogue because we'd need one, so I made the ultimate utility rogue with all the bells and whistles to take on any problem he sent to us. Disguise, Forgery, Gather Information, Disable Device, Sense Motive, Sleight of Hand... got a whole setup of the necessary tools of the job for all the skullduggery we'd ever need.

Then the campaign started and we didn't do anything but fight bug creatures for the entire duration. Bug creatures that could not be snuck by or caught flat-footed. It was just farking awful.


I have a farker for a DM, and he's actually pretty great. He's pacing the combat well and not making it all about combat. There have even been situations where diplomacy was actually able to get us around combat(that would have probably killed us).

I'm even more excited that my low-level caster has been able to contribute to the party. Every other time I've rolled a squishy I've ended up squished in the first game.
 
2012-11-22 11:16:15 AM

Girion47: shortymac: zarberg: My main Pathfinder character is a cleric of Calistria, so I'm getting a kick out of this thread.

Lol, I'm a cleric of Sarenrae in the FARK pathfinder game.

I must the FARK pathfinder game is going pretty awesome, having a lot of fun. Even though my character has had her Father die, corpse rotting trying to find a crone, got his guts spilled all over her when we tried to evacuate the gases, and then came back from the dead as an undead Zombie bent on killing the party and destroyed a village after other party members stole stuff from the crone while I was talking to my dead Dad.

Fun!

You forgot to mention the sociopath Half-orc sorcerer is trying to hook up with you as well. While simultaneously getting another party member addicted to drugs and causing said Crone to obliterate the town for a shiatty potion of youthful looks.


Don't worry I haven't forgotten him. :) It's why I sleep with my scimitar and prepare "scimitar to the balls if someone farks with me" every night. I can also cast "Iron Chasity" spell if I have to.

I will convert the rest of the party to the path of righteous and light!
 
2012-11-23 09:45:01 AM

DUMB...I needed to listen to this after watching that

Lupe Fiasco - biatch Bad from Gil Green on Vimeo.

 
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