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Jul
12
comment How could I procure an Illithid mask?
Awesome! Thanks a bunch. I suspect I'll end up using foam noodles anyway simple for durablitiy, but that'S a really good anyway, and I might use it for a later scenario.
Jul
12
comment How could I procure an Illithid mask?
While a straight-up High Octane Nightmare Fuel kind of thing with horrifying attention to detail would be awesome, it would probably be too expensive and long to get. For the moment, I just need something that clearly says «Look! I'm a Mind Flayer! Nom nom nom!» without further ado, but I need this on friday evening (tomorrow). ATM I'm considering taking foam swimming noodles, cutting them into tentacles, gluing/tapping them togeather and applying spray paint until oblivion. Like I said, I probably won't be wearing it a lot (for now).
Oct
22
comment Adaptable first-level premade Pathfinder campaigns?
@mxyzplk: better? (sorry, I was away for a while)
Oct
19
comment Adaptable first-level premade Pathfinder campaigns?
And, as I pointed out in the clarification, initial anarchy doesn't really work.
Oct
19
comment Adaptable first-level premade Pathfinder campaigns?
Uh, that's kind of the point. I'm leaving my exact details vague so that I can go with what seems the 'best' instead of what fits my tight plot.
Oct
16
comment What drives the plot for antiheroes?
A good part of the question is, "how to get them engaged in the plot?". Oh, and if someone tried to motivate me by boredom in game, I'd just stop playing.
Oct
16
comment What drives the plot for antiheroes?
Yes, exactly. Oh, and there's no actual police as such.
Oct
16
comment What drives the plot for antiheroes?
Oh, and their's always the inevitable question - why am I getting this loot? When the answer is "to get more loot!", things can't really turn out well.
Oct
16
comment What drives the plot for antiheroes?
Your campaign sounds awesome, but it sounds like a) your characters define themselves as people who go out and figure out how to get more loot, and b) you motivate them, in some part, by boredom, which sounds like a not-very-good idea. However, the idea of freedom-restriction is an excellent one!
Oct
16
comment What drives the plot for antiheroes?
I didn't exactly ask why they steal, but why they'd start stealing, and doing other more interesting things, on a grander scale, since they lack loyalty, etc.