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I am an avid RP and tabletop gamer, currently designing a tabletop skirmish game of my own. It is a hobby of mine to sit down with a core book for a game and decipher its system.


Mar
3
comment Which class should my “fallen” paladin change to?
Doesn't the alignment restriction make this an issue though?
Mar
3
comment Which class should my “fallen” paladin change to?
-1 because he specifically said he will be True Neutral with no religion. Avenger is a CG class, comes from an unapproved source, and still requires faith (as an alternate Paladin build)
Mar
3
answered Which class should my “fallen” paladin change to?
Feb
28
answered How would a ranger know he's being followed?
Feb
26
revised Can a wizard who has been dead for 100 years be raised as a Lich?
added 172 characters in body
Feb
26
revised Can a wizard who has been dead for 100 years be raised as a Lich?
added 469 characters in body
Feb
26
answered Can a wizard who has been dead for 100 years be raised as a Lich?
Feb
25
awarded  Revival
Feb
25
revised Optimizing the single target blast
added 75 characters in body
Feb
24
answered Optimizing the single target blast
Feb
22
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
13
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
30
revised Is there a general rule for how Minor Clans train non-primary School samurai?
added 2974 characters in body
Jan
30
answered Is there a general rule for how Minor Clans train non-primary School samurai?
Jan
27
awarded  Enlightened
Jan
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
21
comment Do other vampires feel pleasure for being bitten (kissed)?
I believe if you're not a kindred, you need a Willpower 9+ to resist. The furballs just have a larger blood pool so something interceding has a greater chance to do something.
Jan
21
revised Do other vampires feel pleasure for being bitten (kissed)?
added 285 characters in body
Jan
20
answered Do other vampires feel pleasure for being bitten (kissed)?
Jan
20
comment Punishment for failing to impress the god of storytelling?
The only problem I can think of with speaking in puns/riddles/etc. is that the players themselves might forget or not be able to live up to the challenge although it might be a fun one in the right group.