739 reputation
213
bio website
location Arizona
age
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen yesterday

Jun
20
answered Classroom RPG for kids
Jun
19
comment How to legally trap a character under a rock, underwater
@EricB - Buried is...well, buried. As far as complications underwater, you can only hold your breath for so long, then you drown. Look up the rules on drowning.
Jun
19
revised How to legally trap a character under a rock, underwater
deleted 1 characters in body
Jun
19
answered How to legally trap a character under a rock, underwater
Jun
18
awarded  Talkative
Jun
18
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
17
comment What is a good way to handle a merchant / snake oil salesman PC?
To some extent, yes. If you have an overly generous treasure scale, then PC's end up with so much extra gold they can buy magical items that completely unbalance the game, such as level 5 characters with +5 Plate Mail of undead control, and you have to have massively overpowered encounters to compensate, etc etc.
Jun
12
comment How much of a large's creature's space must be above a pit before they fall?
Thanks for the explanation, I grok now.
Jun
12
comment How much of a large's creature's space must be above a pit before they fall?
Curious - Why is it "proper design" to not allow them to fall in any pits? I would think that would be a legitimate tactic in a fight, maneuvering enemies into natural formations to either trap/kill them.
Jun
8
answered How do I deal with a player who takes things personally?
Jun
6
revised What is Spell DC?
added 203 characters in body
Jun
6
answered What is Spell DC?
May
21
awarded  Nice Answer
May
21
awarded  Commentator
May
21
comment In D&D, A PC became king. How do I keep him in check?
One aside-I'd love to know how you got swindled out of a kingdom.
May
21
comment In D&D, A PC became king. How do I keep him in check?
Also, the Belgariad and Mallorean (David Eddings) both deal with a king that has to go off questing a couple of times, and see his thinly disguised ripoff of his own works, The Elenium and Tamuli series.
May
20
answered In D&D, A PC became king. How do I keep him in check?
Jul
24
revised Middle age transportation by river questions
added 565 characters in body
Jul
24
comment Middle age transportation by river questions
No, most of them all referenced sea travel. I couldn't find anything on river. I thought there might be some river travel reference in the Smith's journals (Such as landed here, took boats upriver to X), but I haven't had time to read them. The viking ship link did have some references to river travel (I think in the secondary link from it), but nothing specific IIRC.
Jul
24
answered Middle age transportation by river questions