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Sep
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answered How do I play a paladin without being a stick in the mud?
Sep
24
comment What is a good way to explain the difference between a Chaotic Neutral character, and a character who is just crazed?
The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few, or the one, vs the needs of the one outweighs the needs of the many ...
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awarded  Critic
Dec
19
revised How should a neutral character focused on balance be presented?
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Dec
18
comment World Development - A Fresh Start
A whole bunch of races all capable of interbreeding ... And the 'humans' of the setting are the interbred mongrels of the bunch that have been kicked outs the purebred areas and bred like rabbits, becoming the dominant group ...
Dec
15
answered How should a neutral character focused on balance be presented?
Dec
15
answered Using NWoD as general game system
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Dec
15
revised Are 3.5 Bards mechanically weak?
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Dec
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suggested suggested edit on Are 3.5 Bards mechanically weak?
Nov
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awarded  Editor
Nov
19
revised As a man, how can I roleplay a woman better?
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Nov
19
answered As a man, how can I roleplay a woman better?
Nov
19
answered How do I get my PCs to not be a bunch of murderous cretins?
Nov
19
awarded  Teacher
Nov
18
comment How to improve the Diplomacy skill mechanic in D&D 3.Xe and Pathfinder?
Well, I'll often use the opposing will save as a direct modifier in cases where you are trying to convince someone to do something against their interest. So, say someone has a will save of six it could increase the difficulty of the diplo check by 6. Or I've seen someone do it as an opposed roll involving the diplomacy check on one side and a modified will save in the other side(modified by all the standard things they modify diplomacy with)
Nov
18
answered How to improve the Diplomacy skill mechanic in D&D 3.Xe and Pathfinder?