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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The waiting game
    I'm playing with the idea of instead of picking a city in the real world, to make my own ( a bit in the likes of superhero settings) that would provide all the options in the core books. So far i'm going for a mix of Toronto, Montreal and Los Angeles. I'm thinking of calling it the city of Pantheon, Canada. But honestly it is little more than the spark of an idea so far.
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  • Thank you, that is exactly what i was looking for



    I consider this one of the great constant of the universe....
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  • Maitrecorbo
    started a topic Need help designing an encounter

    Need help designing an encounter

    I am having a bit of trouble with the mechanical side of desiging encounters.

    The game is set in venice in 1208, they are tasked by their patron to go acquire a manuscript from a merchant. The merchant is supposed to supply the patron with interesting relic (ideally occult) and loot from the sack of constantinople in 1204. As a highlight the character also have to acquire a manuscript that supposedly contains a ritual that stopped the plague of justinien.
    The thing is the merchant was just eliminated by a hunter organisation in the city (the White masks) and were told that an...
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    Last edited by Maitrecorbo; 01-18-2018, 04:20 PM.

  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to Five Pounds Of Meat
    I vote for B
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    I like the racial abilities but i think that stats increase are not necessary as racial components. Predisposition for certain classes should only be cultural. Besides adventurer generally don't conform to common society in some ways so it wouldnt be strange for an adventurer being a class that is rare within a race.

    I've been thinking yesterday that the stat increase should be in the class instead (with the secondary stat increase in the subclass maybe).
    But yeah i'd like to make a dwarven wizard (transmutation school and guild artisan background, which i think is still very...
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    Fascinating. I thought the GithX races were more related to psionic stuff (like they were illithid slaves i think?).
    I remember them from when 4e introduced psionic stuff and they didnt leave much of an impression. They were a bit too ... sci fi i guess for what i generally associate with DnD (didnt help that i didnt like the psionic stuff)....
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    So from the way you use it can i infer that 'gish' means something related to a magic knight or magic melee class?
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    Ugh, i've spent about 30 min searching for the spirit familiar. I am such an idiot.

    I think reskinning any of those and making the familiar a lawful good celestial for creature type would be the best idea.

    As for the races... I'm thinking Dragonborn for Bladelock or ... i don't know half-elf for Chainlock. I've already played a tiefling and my current character is a halfling so for the charisma bonus those are my choices. (i'll go look in volo's guide and SCAG for what other races give a charisma bonus)

    Not sure what i would take for background....
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    A polearm pact of blade warlock could be interesting. I think i'd go with either that or pact of chain.
    What do you think would make an interesting familiar for a warlock with a celestial patron? I mean the imp looks really good, but i'm not sure it fits well with a celestial patron. Xanathar's guide should've added a lawful good familiar example i think.
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    I am currently playing tomb of annihilation with my friends. My character is a halfling wild magic sorcerer called Twitch Nervously. Thing is i've already had a character die (at lvl 1 no less sigh) and i'd like to be prepared and have another character as backup in case the 'unthinkable' happens (again).

    So far, i've been interested in trying the warlock class (it would be my first warlock). I was looking at the Cthulhu patron but the Xanathar's Guide Celestial patron has caught my eyes. I am sort of thinking a (nondisruptive) lawful Evil that is forced to do good things because...
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The Shadowrun Thread
    Thx, i'll give it a read....
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The Shadowrun Thread
    Hope i'm not interrupting the conversation but i was wondering if anyone had any experience with the anarchy book.
    I've runned 2 games of shadowrun so far (and played none so far) and me and my players had a bit of a problem with the extend of the rules in the game. (it didnt help that as a 'newb' i allowed both times a player to play technomancer and it was a mess each time).
    The anarchy rulebook is stated as being lighter on the crunch side of things and i wanted to know how it holds up in actual play.
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to Six Pups-A-Changing
    I vote for B
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to Seven War-Song Howlings
    I vote for A
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to Eight Pure A-Weeping
    I vote for A
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  • Very interesting read. I've not read everything yet (christmas vacation are anything but vacations sigh) but i am enjoying what i read so far.
    Also, i think it should be noted that i had a very negative first impression of Beast (tho i wasnt aware of the kickstarter or the polemic raised on the internet when i first read it) and this is really turning me around.
    I think i might add a Beast npc in the requiem game i am running.
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to How to explain?
    Moana has a traveller-like calling.
    How the movie shows her longing and desire to explore and sail in the seas, is (i feel) very indicative with how callings are (roleplay wise).

    Hope that helps....
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    Uh, i'll have to go reread the halfling. It is possible that the new halfling appearance (giant head, mini feet) made a bad enough impression that it colored negatively everything i read afterwards....
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  • Maitrecorbo
    replied to The D&D thread
    Same problem with the halfling. I feel they make so much effort into them NOT being hobbits that they end up being everything and nothing....
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  • Not sure if this is part of the "filler" portion of the book. But my favortie part is the random tables "trail of life" part. How was your childhood, major events, why you ended up with a class, etc, etc. I plan on using it for the next character i roll.

    I also like the extra class subtypes of course. I am glad to see i'm not the only one not liking the hexblade tho. I really want to roll a pact of blade warlock and i dont want to use the hexblade as a patron.
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