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Mar
11
comment Betrayed by my GM; how can I respond?
Unbelievable good answer! I just want to add is that some DMs (or game group) who find funny to kill the character of a player, take the habit of repeating the joke again and again, looking for "creative" and "funny" deaths to the characters of that same player. Sadly, I have seen it frequently enough to consider it a pattern, and would be another great reason not to play with Bob as a DM. Well, at this point Bob should have moved out, anyway, but I think this answer is a good source for anyone with similar problems.
Mar
10
comment How do I end a game without causing problems between friendships?
"The barbarian grabbed a pork slider and smashed it into the cleric's head". You mean in game? Or were actually the players who were doing a food fight out of game? Oo
Mar
6
accepted Explosive and Incendiary ammunition on vampires
Mar
3
comment Explosive and Incendiary ammunition on vampires
Hi, great answer. How big would be the fire of an incendiary bullet? Because my research so far is that the fire is meant just to ignite fuel on vehicles, for which you wouldn't need much fire. Do you think it's sensible to apply some lethal (or bashing to vampires) damage first due to impact, and then some aggravated due to the fire (and depending on the size of the fire)?
Mar
3
comment Explosive and Incendiary ammunition on vampires
Hi, Robin, thanks for your answer. I'm not the player, I'm the GM. The player has asked his sire about it, and I want an informed opinion to give him the answer. I need to know how practical would be the idea, how suitable is to get such ammunition, and the effect on persons and vampires.
Mar
3
revised Explosive and Incendiary ammunition on vampires
edited title
Mar
3
comment How Do I Assassinate a Vampire or Garou?
If the Garou reverts to his natural form, the silver damage should stop (and regeneration too).
Mar
3
asked Explosive and Incendiary ammunition on vampires
Mar
2
comment What to do with a player who undermines the DM?
Not 100% sure it's a duplicate of that question. In the title it seems it, but the problems are different. In that question, the problem was that the player knew every stat of every monster and used it to metagame. Here, are the constant interruptions. The accepted answer is the generic (and logical) "talk to him", which in this case has already been tried (and failed).
Feb
28
revised Is a Servo Skull still “alive”?
removed the cannon to avoid unnecesary casualties.
Feb
13
revised Can you use a power lower than your number of dots?
expanded
Feb
13
comment Can you use a power lower than your number of dots?
About the second part or the answer, newly borns starting without any dot in disciplines, I must say it's the more logical, consistent, and immersive option. It is how I do it. But in some books it is assumed that you get three dots in disciplines in the instant moment you rise as a vampire. I have read such kind of things in crossover rules, and in Dust to Dust, for example. Anyway, I recommend everyone to slowly increase the disciplines as Jessa suggested.
Feb
13
revised Can you use a power lower than your number of dots?
expeanded
Feb
13
comment Can you use a power lower than your number of dots?
@KrisWojcik I don't think that's true. D 2 is an upgrade of D 1, but the rest of the power (erase or modify memories, conditioning, possession) are different powers. For instance, if you want someone to do something and forget about it, you must use two separate powers: D2 AND D3.
Feb
13
answered Can you use a power lower than your number of dots?
Jan
29
answered How to manage play in a zombie RPG pre outbreak
Jan
27
comment Is it legal to get species stats from Edge of The Empire if you only have Age of Rebellion?
I'm not really sure for that rule of thumb. You know, no matter how little you get from a book, you always can avoid paying for it.
Jan
21
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Jan
15
comment Favored Enemy vs unidentified target
+1 specially for the second part. If they get a bonus against a specific type of enemy is because they know them so well. So, they should be able to identify them on the spot.
Jan
6
awarded  Notable Question