lordargent: I think 'lab grown supernova' would sound better.// backyard supernova// southbound supernova// assclown supernova
scottydoesntknow: Yea, but it's no Champagne Supernova
neversubmit: Great now make a rocket engine from it.
scottydoesntknow: Yea, but it's no Champagne Supernoveeeerrr
MindStalker: You know, I was never worried about the LHC creating blackholes or anything because I understand that miniature blackholes will quickly evaporate.Miniature supernovas on the other hand??? Yeah, the would evaporate as well once the pressure is removed. But the certainly could destroy a large section of the earth when they explode.
rjakobi: Big deal. I had two tabletop supernovas in one session of my homebrew Necromunda war game when Princess Unikitty tore apart two Necron Monoliths.
WelldeadLink: In before fusing iron./Fusing Iron, the heavy metal band.
Jim_Callahan: So what you're saying is that everyone in 5 AU takes (106)d6 fire damage?
lordargent: Jim_Callahan: So what you're saying is that everyone in 5 AU takes (106)d6 fire damage?I always wondered ... just how far immunity to fire damage goes. How hot does a fire have to be before it's not considered 'fire' damage anymore? Is there a cutoff point where 'fire' damage becomes plasma damage or some such.I mean, imagine this scenario.The entire planet burns to a crisp due to a massive coronal flare (or a meteor strike, or some other such epic 'fire' event that causes massive area damage).And all that's left is people/creatures with immunity to fire.http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/glossary&term=Glossary_dnd_ fi reimmunity&alpha="A creature with fire immunity, such as a fire giant, never takes fire damage. It has vulnerability to cold, which means it takes half again as much (+50%) damage as normal from cold, regardless of whether a saving throw is allowed, or if the save is a success or failure."
Fano: If they are capable of living on the elemental plane of fire, i think they'll be fine
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