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Co-Founder @ Goblinsama S.r.l.s.

93.3333 degrees that's why they call me Mr. Celsius

Just like "I was just following orders" was not an excuse, "My religion claims I had to do it" is neither. If you behave as an offensive bigot, you are an offensive bigot. Petty excuses will not be tolerated. Ramen.


Jul
10
comment Could you use a 4th Edition character in a 5th Edition adventure, just for level 1?
No offence intended, but they are so profoundly different I can't imagine how you thought it could be made to work. You can as well insert a Shadowrun character…
Jul
8
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
8
comment Creating a city made of illusion that won't be quickly figured out
But the OP specified there would be people and stuff in that city, if this spell doesn't create them, it's not an answer.
Jul
8
comment Creating a city made of illusion that won't be quickly figured out
Well you can taste food, or you can taste people
Jul
8
comment How can I avoid players spending too much time planning?
Those discussions are often very fun, and the core of the ROLEplay. They might be bad for your group, in case, as you describe, only a couple of players interact, but in general they are often a very good thing.
Jul
8
answered How to deal with time sensitive decisions?
Jul
1
accepted Earth height-maps, with adjustable sea/fog level
Jul
1
comment Searching for fantasy campaign setting with settlements of light and dark separated by permanent clouds
@SevenSidedDie so, after all, it was yours (with a different nick) the linked blog, or you two came up independently with basically the same idea?
Jul
1
comment Coming up with building layouts on the fly
This reminds me of WoW's all-alike dungeons… sure, there it was a problem because you actually saw them, here if you change some details (like removing a single room here and there) they'll likely never notice.
Jun
29
comment My novice players slaughtered some NPCs out of hand. Do I write this off as a learning mistake or show them the consequences of actions?
-1 for suggesting the retcon: it's so bad, even if you explicitly said you're not a fan, it still makes the whole answer bad, IMAO. Sorry.
Jun
25
comment Are there definitive types of Craft (XYZ)?
+1 but I disagree with point #5: it's a terrible idea. Much better to have bonuses if you have related abilities. No time to explain more in details, sorry.
Jun
22
comment What is available to mitigate the damage of physical blows?
@HeyICanChan lol that's so cool I might even allow that (with consequences).
Jun
22
comment What is available to mitigate the damage of physical blows?
+1 because it's a nice combo, but frankly, ok, you have -30 hp and the spells expire in 3 rounds… what now?
Jun
21
revised How do I deal with aggressive/disrespectful criticism?
clarified according to a comment by the OP
Jun
21
comment How to assign exp for indirect kills
Good answer (+1), but I prefer @Miniman's since he correctly also points out a likely mistake by the GM.
Jun
21
suggested approved edit on How do I deal with aggressive/disrespectful criticism?
Jun
20
comment Can summon spells be used to summon the same specific creatures repeatedly?
Is the summoned creature actually removed from its plane? I'm kind-of remembering reading somewhere that you were basically summoning a simulacrum of that creature, not the actual creature itself.
Jun
18
comment 20 Stats at level 1 too powerful?
Well, having 20 stats, when most of the people have 6, would be odd to say the least!
Jun
18
comment What is a fair trade for a Paladin's mount in exchange for alternate abilities, feats, and skills, in dungeons and dragons 3.5?
Charging Smite seems really weak (how many times do you actually have a chance to charge?), but the others look cool.
Jun
18
comment My PCs have a plan that will get them all killed; how and why should I save them?
-1 A lot of boring stories start out like this. It's, like, one of the most used clichés, especially in RPGs. Additionally, this doesn't take into account the "accessibility problem", as pointed out in other answers, and that would be the key. Sorry.