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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Oh, right... different origin stories. ...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Hey, one was made from stone, the other was made from gems. Surprised the idea hasn't been presented already!...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Anybody else think a Half Gnome / Half Dwarf would have the most ridiculous looking beard in fictional history?
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to 101 DnD Character Ideas
    Speaking of monsters being legitimately recognized as people, now. I just remembered this story about a little Minotaur Cleric that grew up in a setting where monster races are ruthlessly oppressed by a xenophobic, human empire.

    Never Lose Heart, Fair Cow Maiden
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to 101 DnD Character Ideas
    I for one, am waiting to hear about the Dhampir heritage. If for no other reason than I like the idea of a half vampire Kobold walking around.

    ALSO, I couldn't help but notice that the Giant Instinct Barbarian has a line that says "if you are Large" which gives me hope that Paizo will finally break from this ridiculous tradition of not allowing players to be Large characters!
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Good news, DM's, there are two new subclasses in the UA.

    Wild Soul = Barbarians who unleash Wild Surge every time they rage!

    Way of the Astral Self = Stand User Monks!
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  • Another option is to combine Vicissitude with Celerity to give yourself Werewolf levels of regeneration. Fully developed limbs and organs growing back in a matter of seconds, instead of over the course of several nights. Thus keeping in the theme of some Vicissitude users being practically indestructible! ...
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  • I like to imagine that combining Vicissitude with any of the three basic disciplines of Potence, Fortitude and Celerity allows them to enhance the bodily functions without having to incorporate additional materials to do so. You can make bones denser, muscles stronger, that kind of thing; and you do it using the base materials you have to work with, instead of grafting some new parts into the design.

    Such combo disciplines would allow the user to bring out the subject's best physical qualities, without having to implement radical changes to their design.
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to 101 DnD Character Ideas
    119) Kuinn Kralmro (Half Elf, Monk): All throughout his youth, Kuinn's father instilled in him the philosophy that the mark of a civilized man is being able to win a fight without the use of a weapon. It was supposed to instill him with an appreciation for diplomacy and politics, but Kuinn took the idea in a somewhat different approach. Using his family's wealthy connections, he contracted the services of the nearest monestary of Irori to begin training him in the ways of martial arts, so that in the event that he had to engage in combat, he would be able to defend himself without relying on a...
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  • Well said, and I believe that was the point I was ultimately trying to get to. Just didn't know how to accurately word it, unfortunately....
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  • 1 - Ah, well yes, that would pose a problem. At least when it comes to Mythos, it's not directly associated with the other pantheons' histories. To the best of my knowledge.

    2 - I understand what you're trying to say on this point, but then I think about how the game is trying to update these polytheistic religions to be more appropriate to modern times, and I just think that completely ruins the idea of being respectful to them. The game isn't trying to accurately portray what these polytheistic cultures believed in, and is instead just cherry picking the parts they find enjoyable,...
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  • Why? People have been conducting personal attacks for hundreds of thousands of years. It's only in recent decades that we started becoming more conscious of other people's feelings.

    Honestly, I think people getting in an uproar about the works of Lovecraft and ancient Dragon empires being added to the game is both hilarious, and infuriating. Seriously, I don't know whether to laugh or cry...

    Main argument against it seems to be that people don't like it, because it's not a "real" religion, or that it mocks the other pantheons presented in the book. To which...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Probably not. But remember that I knew next to nothing about Pathfinder until very recently, when I started playing Kingmaker. My knowledge of the setting is nowhere near as in depth as my knowledge of D&D.

    On another note, if somebody doesn't make a Goblin Mutagenist based on The Brain, I will be very disappointed with the nerd community....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Interpantheon politics
    And in other news, the Gods have seen an explosive rise in the amount of sorcerers popping up within disgruntled teens of today. Further investigation has discovered that said teens are members of the Gothic sub-culture, who are believed to be placing curses on those who have wronged them in the past.


    Myth Hunter societies like Finding Bigfoot and Ghost Facers are now fully recognized investigative organizations, with both funding and training provided by the government.
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Science vs. the World
    Aren't there hundreds of mythological creatures who exist for exactly that reason? To scare children into behaving properly, or else they'll come and take them away?

    Hah, just as I was writing that second sentence, I thought of Social Services hiring monsters into their agency! ...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Science vs. the World
    Knowing mythology, that bunker is probably made out of some kind of mythological crafting materials that don't exist in our world. Like unicorn horns, or crystalized moon beams, or something crazy like that. I mean, take a look at what Fenrir's chains were forged out of!

    Then we have to wonder how their presence would affect the medical industry. When you've got literal miracle workers going around curing terminal illnesses with a simple touch on the forehead. Or traveling sorcerers who make a living selling magic cure all elixers....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    I was watching a video talking about the Champion class, and they pointed out a very specific phrase written in the book.

    "Champions who follow the Tenets of Good" - Which would seem to indicate that there will eventually be a Tenets of Evil, or Tenets of Neutrality coming in the future....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Inspirational Images For Beast


    For some reason, this reminds me of The Grinch!



    Slightly NSFW - Partial Nudity




    "Pfft, hah hah! Okay, try it!"

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  • Nyrufa
    replied to What are you listening to right now?
    Blackmore's Night on loop!







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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Idea for a buddy cop campaign: Two Sorcerers, one from the Demonic bloodline and one from the Angelic bloodline. Both assigned as partners in some kind of magical law enforcement agency.
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