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The systems I play are mainly:

  • DND 3.5E - Mainly a DM, but occasional player.
  • Vampire - Mainly a player, but occasional GM.
  • Werewolf and Hunter - Occasional player.
  • Kult - Occasional GM.

I've been...

1992-1995:  Seeker
1995-2000:  Explorer
2000-2002:  Occasional player
2002-today: Frequent player and GM

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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
23
comment List of all core Bard spells in an excel format
@Aaron I too would like to know what columns you need. My page can already list by class, but I don't know if it's useful to you.
Mar
21
revised How to tackle heavy sphere redundancy?
Added blockquotes where the OP was being quoted.
Mar
21
suggested approved edit on How to tackle heavy sphere redundancy?
Mar
6
accepted How would a ranger know he's being followed?
Feb
28
comment How would a ranger know he's being followed?
@HeyICanChan good to know. Thanks!
Feb
28
comment How would a ranger know he's being followed?
@Miniman The way I understand it is that the shadower would travel parallel to the party. Of course, now that you ask, I'm not really sure.
Feb
28
asked How would a ranger know he's being followed?
Dec
4
comment What's a good random dungeon generator for D&D 3.5?
@LucasFamelli, For the record: I recently added rudimentary monster encounters.
Nov
26
comment Can an undead cleric resurrect himself?
@Ben-Jamin, I just meant to point out that even if he could resurrect himself we have no guarantee that he's willing to do so. Granted, it's more of a role-play issue than mechanics-wise. Anyway, your answer is still very good as it stands.
Nov
15
answered Is there software for generating encounters for D&D 3.5e?
Nov
4
comment Can a druid using wild shape and Natural Spell be counterspelled?
@IssamTP Yup, it's a houserule. I personally rule that using still spell, silent spell, natural spell, or other similar feats increase the spellcraft DC. Then again, we don't stick too closely to RAW. Your DM might rule it differently.
Oct
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
22
accepted Did Kelemvor lose the death domain to Myrkul?
Oct
22
accepted Modifying spell components to add flavor
Oct
21
revised Did Kelemvor lose the death domain to Myrkul?
Remove the canon bit; as per 7SD's suggestion.
Oct
21
comment Did Kelemvor lose the death domain to Myrkul?
@BraddSzonye Yes, this answer is well-written. The problem is that it doesn't answer the original question. The question is not how Kelemvor succeded Myrkul, but how Myrkul came back after that and got the "death" domain back.
Oct
21
comment Did Kelemvor lose the death domain to Myrkul?
Hi Boramere Wrath. Welcome to RPG.SE! New users are often confused on the nature of this site (mostly the strong focus on Q&A, and the difference with forums). I'd recommend that you read the Tour page to get you started.
Oct
15
comment Modifying spell components to add flavor
Thanks! Sounds promising, I'll look into it.
Oct
15
comment Modifying spell components to add flavor
I felt I should answer your opening question... I'm somewhat sure. Here's the thing: 1) I already waive most components (except the expensive ones) so we often forget that they even have a pouch. 2) My players already scavenge for odd stuff (and yes, they already write it down and keep track of it); but more importantly: 3) At least one player in interested in experimenting with those components, tweaking spells, and stuff.