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  • Nyrufa
    started a topic Can't Edit Posts!

    Can't Edit Posts!

    I recently tried to create a new topic in Changeling: the Dreaming, and accidentally made some mistakes. When I tried to go back and correct them through editing, I noticed that my edits weren't taking effect. As in, they weren't showing up in the original post after I finished them. When I go back and click Edit again, I see the edited posts, but when I get out of edit mode, it goes back to the original screw up....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to Hilarious Live Play
    Forgot to post the video, and for some reason, my edits aren't showing up on my previous post.

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  • Nyrufa
    started a topic Hilarious Live Play

    Hilarious Live Play

    Okay, so since this is Part 2/2 of Chapter 2, I'll give a quick recap of the story up to this point.

    Basically, one of the Sidhe is trying to establish good relations with the Werewolves through an arranged marriage, but some pissed off Tzimisce is abducting Changelings from the Freehold and imprisoning them in cold iron boxes for research. She's also got a demon working for her, somehow.


    Anyways, one of the players is an Unseelie Pooka who wanted to create a simple water sword and present it to the Seelie Troll player as a gift so he could defend the freehold...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to 101 DnD Character Ideas
    Old man from the future? Maybe he gives the quest to his younger self!

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    17) The Skinless Hand, a death cult primarily meant to serve as an antagonist group for heroic adventurers (or maybe employers for the not so heroic). Most of its higher ranking members are necromancers, or some other practitioner of the dark arts who's ultimate goal is to obtain immortality. Its hierarchy in order from lowest to highest is as follows: Muscle, Tendon, Bone, Hand. But these are not merely gruesome titles meant to signify position among the cult, each rank holds a significant...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    I was confused, because from the way you worded it the first time, it sounded like your character doesn't have an alignment until after you get into the game and start playing with them. Which lead me to question what the character was like prior to when the story takes place. I know your character can change alignment over the course of the story, and I'm not saying they shouldn't be able to. I'm saying having a previously established alignment is an indicator of how your character feels at the start of the campaign, vs how they might change later on.





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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Well that sounds like you're building your character's alignment over the course of the story. In which case, what were their guiding principles during the however many years they were alive before the story takes place? You need some kind of idea of what your character strives to uphold, or else you end up with a blank slate who's just plopped into the setting with no rhyme or reason. At that point, your character might as well be taking part in a power fantasy, and those are only fun when you're in a bad mood and need to vent your frustration on imaginary victims.


    Remember...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Exactly. I'm not saying a character is forced to behave in accordance with their alignment every time (otherwise, how could they fall / grow?). But the alignment system provides a glimpse into the character's psychology and how they would normally behave in accordance with the situation.





    You get people like me who when they were first introduced to the game had no idea what the difference between a Demon and a Devil was, or why they felt the need to kill each other on sight. They're both fiends, they're both evil, they both come from the lower planes......
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Actually, I'm kind of confused now, too. Because the Lawful Good character refuses to uphold unjust laws.


    Paladin: I fundamentally disagree with this law, I'm going to oppose it!

    Me: But... it's the law?

    Paladin: it is an unjust law that does not belong in our society!

    Me: So, you choose to act in accordance with your moral compass, rather than acquiesce to the rules of society?

    Paladin: That is correct, sir!

    Me: ... ... How are you not classified as neutral / chaotic?

    Paladin: I stand in support...
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  • Sidhe Lord with a vertical third eye that, when fully opened, takes up 20% of their forehead's surface. The tear duct is located directly above the bridge of their nose.


    Sluagh Knight who has no eye sockets and instead navigates their surroundings through heightened senses of sound, smell, taste and touch.


    Redcap Knight with an unhinging jaw, opening their mouth to disgusting proportions as they prepare to take a bite out of something.


    Pooka Squire who has a blow hole on the back of their neck. They claim it saves them the trouble of...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Aww, well thanks for answering my question, then....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    Yeah, I tried that and one of the first results was D&D Beyond, where they listed Bugbears, Yuan-ti Purebloods, Orcs, Tritons, Arakocra, Firbolgs, Goblins, Hobgoblins, Goliaths, Kenku, Genasi, Aasimar, Tabaxi, Lizardfolk, Kobold and Tortles as officially playable races....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The D&D thread
    By the way, I'm curious about something regarding 5th edition. I've been wanting to get into the game, but the nearest book store that carries anything is like 15 miles from my location.

    What are the playable races in the core handbook? As in, I don't have to pick up expanded material books such as monster manuals, or volo's guide or stuff like that?

    I assume the obvious ones like Human, Elf, Dwarf, Halfling, Half Orc, Half Elf... But what about Yuanti's and stuff?
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    Fair enough. I didn't notice when we started to pull a 180 on the tolerance policy though, so I'll admit I was wrong and we can move on from there....
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    I wasn't acting surprised, I genuinely thought this issue was finally making some steps towards progress. Not too long ago, they finally started to allow gays to serve as clergymen. Whatever happened to that?...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    Oh yeah, it was real easy for me growing up with autism and being put on medication from as early as fucking pre-school, all the way up to mid highschool. It's cool, not like my brain suffered life long consequences as a result of spending my entire formative years on drugs (sarcasm). I also have tourettes, which means I'm terrified of being out in public for long periods of time, because I might have an episode and say or do shit that is not socially acceptable. Being called "retard" throughout my life (including by my own mother), getting kicked in the balls by a bunch of ass holes...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    That really sucks. I was under the impression we were starting to get over this crap. ...
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  • A Sidhe Lord with six additional eyes that form a 5 pointed star around the forehead. All six eyes seem to act independently of one another, even blinking out of sequence.


    A Knocker Squire with an oversize cranium that pulses with bulging veins. When asked about it, they smirk and claim that their head is 'bursting with new ideas.'


    A Boggan Squire with a third hand where their right foot should be. They claim to be able to carry out three tasks at the same time while standing on one leg.


    A Troll Knight who violently refuses to go outside...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    I too was raised in a religious family, so I know how that kind of upbringing can leave people close minded. I literally thought that "gay" meant "evil" all the way up until Highschool because I had those kinds of 'mentors' who would use words without ever explaining what they meant. Even if I asked them repeatedly... All I knew was that if somebody was 'gay' that I should stay as far away from them as humanly possible. Because my four year old brain jumped to the conclusion that they would try to eat me if I was ever left alone with them...


    But once I actually...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    Did those families happen to be deeply religious?...
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  • Nyrufa
    replied to The LGBT Thread II
    There's not many societal factors that oppress the LGBT community, either. It's 2018, and in case nobody has looked outside lately, we aren't exactly burning gay people at the stake anymore. If somebody assaults you because of your orientation, find an authority figure and report them for hate crimes. Also, people have been coming out as LGBT all over social media for the last several years now. Seriously, the LGBT community just exploded a while back and has been steadily spreading.


    Being gay or trans is not a big deal anymore. Sure, it may be a surprise when you initially...
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    Last edited by Nyrufa; 02-15-2018, 08:16 PM.

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