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I'm a ruleslawyer from 3.5 D&D, but I've since branched out into many other systems. I currently play Pathfinder for the most part.

I believe that the GM's first job should be to know the rules. Games are much more fun when rules are selectively ignored or fudged, but it's important to know the implications of rules changes before making them.


Mar
11
reviewed Close Using mechanics optimization to design a game at a desired power level
Mar
11
comment Damaging transmuted state
Your comments on Polymorph Any Object go against the spell's description. Two of the specific examples given for what can be polymorphed into what are "Pebble into Human" and "Sheep into Wool Coat". The duration is going to be very low if you turn a dragon into a chair (1 hour, apparently), but there's no good reason to prevent a player from using the spell that way.
Mar
9
awarded  Yearling
Mar
7
comment Are 3.5 homebrew races compatible with Pathfinder?
@KRyan: Fair enough. I added a note to that effect.
Mar
7
revised Are 3.5 homebrew races compatible with Pathfinder?
Added a note about ability scores.
Mar
7
comment Are 3.5 homebrew races compatible with Pathfinder?
@Scrollmaster Absolutely true. I personally don't like playing races with an LA of more than 1 or 2, and this should be way more than that.
Mar
7
reviewed Leave Closed What are the benefits of owning a physical book?
Mar
7
answered Are 3.5 homebrew races compatible with Pathfinder?
Mar
5
reviewed No Action Needed Edge mechanic of Numenera
Mar
3
comment Alternatives to death in a character and narrative-driven campaign?
My favorite option for deathless games is the option 3 listed here: Maybe you lose an arm, or you're hobbled or have some other lasting injury that's hard, but not impossible, to get around.
Mar
1
reviewed Close What are some examples of games that don't invent history or language?
Mar
1
reviewed Close Need some recommendations for monster manuals
Mar
1
revised Casting magic through innate attacks
Reformatted the innate attack to use standard GURPS styling and nomenclature.
Mar
1
reviewed No Action Needed Casting magic through innate attacks
Mar
1
answered Casting magic through innate attacks
Feb
28
comment How to craft a wondrous item for non caster
possible duplicate of How does the Master Craftsman feat work?
Feb
28
reviewed Leave Open Can I roll for a PC in secret?
Feb
27
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the order of gaining a level?
Feb
26
reviewed Leave Open How does a full attack for a Corpse Stirge work?
Feb
25
awarded  Nice Answer