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I currently progressing towards a math degree while living in the North Bay. My first experience gaming was a game of AD&D in middle school. I'm currently in an Exalted game and likely to join a D&D 3.5 game. I've also played Star Wars d6, D&D 3.0, Star Wars Saga Edition, Classic Traveller, Mongoose Traveller, and numerous more minor d20 system games.


Nov
3
comment Cooperative character building?
Couldn't you just make them all at the same time while discussing options?
Oct
27
comment What is Exalted Paranoia Combat?
@Jadasc What's currently keeping me from accepting your answer is that you haven't unpacked it for people new to exalted; instead, people need to go to your links and read through them. If you could put the information in the answer itself and use the links merely as references, I'd go for this in a heartbeat.
Oct
26
awarded  Analytical
Oct
26
comment Alternate Locust Crusades
I think it should also be mentioned that many of the fans didn't have a particularly good view of the locust crusade as detailed in said book, so don't feel to obligated to uphold it's views on the matter.
Oct
26
comment What is Exalted Paranoia Combat?
@Cthos it's not so good against charms like 1 weapon two blows
Oct
26
comment What is Exalted Paranoia Combat?
Good start, but wouldn't the overdrive mechanic introduced in the Dawn Solution make that not that case? I read that it sometimes actually made it worse.
Oct
26
asked What is Exalted Paranoia Combat?
Oct
23
comment What are some dangerous non-fantasy creatures?
It seems like the obvious answer would be other travelers.
Oct
20
comment How many arrows an archer can carry/bring with him
@Matteo By high level items like bags of holding are likely to be easily available. Other options for carrying arrows are using followers, hirelings, payed commoners, or similar. Note also that I didn't say there weren't cases where tracking arrows was a good idea. Examples for when I'd consider it worthwhile would be anytime you are trying to make your players resource strapped to increase suspense, for instance by killing or removing the source of extra arrows.
Oct
19
revised How many arrows an archer can carry/bring with him
Gave a more definitive answer.
Oct
19
comment How many arrows an archer can carry/bring with him
In my experience most D&D characters look ridiculous already, so that shouldn't add that much. Also, by the time they are carrying that many, they are probably using something else, like bags of holding or a mount, to transport them all.
Oct
19
answered How many arrows an archer can carry/bring with him
Oct
15
answered What can I do to give the players the same feel their characters would have about wilderness travel?
Oct
13
comment How do I create a sense of mystery about magic?
How mysterious is mysterious? Do you want it mysterious for the players? The characters? The setting? Is it's mysteriousness a changeable trait? I think a lot of your work will be done once you define what mysterious, in this context, means for you.
Oct
10
answered How can a GM quickly create interesting, engaging NPCs?
Oct
10
answered Differences between Mentzer BECM D&D and Allston Rules Cyclopedia D&D
Oct
9
answered What powers do deities gain from believers?
Oct
8
awarded  Enlightened
Oct
8
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
7
awarded  Autobiographer