1,925 reputation
622
bio website redvan.wikidot.com
location Vancouver, Canada
age
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
seen Jul 24 at 23:43

Jan
15
answered Can a vehicle make a reflex save to avoid damage from Autofire?
Jan
15
comment Can a vehicle make a reflex save to avoid damage from Autofire?
Follow up question: if the driver makes his Drive check and the vehicle saves vs Autofire, would the occupants also be exempt from the effects of Autofire? Tricky, ain't it?
Jan
15
comment Can a vehicle make a reflex save to avoid damage from Autofire?
I like your Drive check idea, however I'm not sure I agree with you that a vehicle fits the definition of an attended object. Mainly because a vehicle provides cover for the occupants. Thus it's got less in common with an item, and more in common with a piece of scenery. On the other hand: Tower Shield! I'm undecided...
Jan
15
asked Can a vehicle make a reflex save to avoid damage from Autofire?
Nov
25
answered What's the cheapest, good way for someone to try getting into painting miniatures?
Nov
22
answered Beyond hit points: injury in D&D
Nov
4
awarded  Scholar
Nov
4
accepted What is the DC for Crafting an arrow?
Oct
30
comment What is the DC for Crafting an arrow?
The more I read and think about this, the "arrows shouldn't be tougher than bows to make" rationale works just fine for me.
Oct
30
comment Advice on setting up a campaign for a new GM?
Okay, that is a fine plot. But it's hard to GM plots. What if they find out the stuff is illegal and don't land where they're supposed to land? What if they don't want to bust the conspiracy, but want to be part of it, or worse--don't care if they work for evil doers? Then they won't be fired. And then they're not stuck at the spaceport! You'll be better off starting with "they've been tricked into transporting some illegal stuff", prepping some NPCs who have a stake in the stuff (either want to stop them, want to make sure they deliver, or want to steal it), and going from there.
Oct
29
awarded  Editor
Oct
29
revised Advice on setting up a campaign for a new GM?
added 1202 characters in body; added 71 characters in body; deleted 3 characters in body
Oct
29
answered Advice on setting up a campaign for a new GM?
Oct
29
comment What is the DC for Crafting an arrow?
@SevenSidedDie Thanks!
Oct
29
comment What is the DC for Crafting an arrow?
@SevenSidedDie I use chrome, so that's probably it.
Oct
29
comment NPC Guildmaster to oppose a high-level thief
Great edit on the title. Perfectly clear now.
Oct
29
awarded  Commentator
Oct
29
comment How can I do signature items?
To clarify, you're asking for ideas on how to represent the item improving in the fiction of the game? Or are you asking for ideas on how to reveal to the player, in game, that the item he just found is a signature item?
Oct
29
comment NPC Guildmaster to oppose a high-level thief
I don't think the title of this question matches what you're really looking for, or else you need to rephrase the last line. Do you need a stronghold, some NPCs or both?
Oct
29
comment What is the DC for Crafting an arrow?
Great thread, thanks. I'm confused about one thing though: I can see that the consensus from that thread is DC 12. However, it doesn't follow that the reason the consensus is DC 12 is because an arrow is a "complex" item. Complex items are DC 20 by the book/SRD. That's what caught my attention in the first place, in the spell description for Minor Creation. Is an arrow really as complex an item as a lock (the example given in the rules)? Meanwhile, this is still a good answer--I'm comfortable with DC 12 reached by group "feel".