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Thursday, 11th April, 2019

  • 12:28 PM - MarkB quoted Arnwolf666 in post It's Not A Cartoon, But What Is It?
    Maybe it's a D&D themed fairground ride. Iíd like to see a world where Tiamat, venger, and Lolth are physically present. How about a world where the Dungeon Master is physically present? :)

Tuesday, 9th April, 2019

  • 12:13 AM - Whizbang Dustyboots quoted Arnwolf666 in post It's Not A Cartoon, But What Is It?
    But the concept of playing people from the real earth I donít like. But thatís just me. Given how popular of a trope it is, it's really weird that it's never been fully supported in D&D, though. (For one thing, in 2E and later, non-weapon profiencies/skills would have to be addressed, since very few of us could make our way in a fantasy setting right out of the gate, while it's possible that we would have useful knowledge in that setting, in the vein of A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court.)

Tuesday, 26th February, 2019


Thursday, 7th February, 2019

  • 08:30 PM - TwoSix quoted Arnwolf666 in post 90% of D&D Games Stop By Level 10; Wizards More Popular At Higher Levels
    This is my problem with the game. I donít even want to play under 10th level anymore. I want to play the levels 10-20. I just want to puke at playing another character that isnít at least 5th or 6th. And the wizard doesnít even come in to his own until around 10th level for my taste. Disclaimer: there is absolutely nothing wrong with people that like the first 10 levels. I am only expressing my own aesthetical tastes towards playing. If anything, we really should see more play at Tier 3 and 4, not less. 5e isn't really much more complex in the teen levels, and the numbers don't grow out of control. A 5e game at level 15 isn't really much different than a 3e game at level 8 or 9.
  • 06:43 PM - Sacrosanct quoted Arnwolf666 in post 90% of D&D Games Stop By Level 10; Wizards More Popular At Higher Levels
    This is my problem with the game. I donít even want to play under 10th level anymore. I want to play the levels 10-20. I just want to puke at playing another character that isnít at least 5th or 6th. And the wizard doesnít even come in to his own until around 10th level for my taste. Disclaimer: there is absolutely nothing wrong with people that like the first 10 levels. I am only expressing my own aesthetical tastes towards playing. Absolutely. Just like there's nothing wrong with people who like to start at higher levels ;) I've often mentioned in conversations around people who demand higher level support that the reality is that the business model doesn't really support that any more than an homage or a nod. That doesn't mean I don't have sympathy for folks like yourself, who prefer a certain range and don't see much official support for it. Thank goodness for DMs Guild. I know it's not what you want, but at least it's something to help.

Saturday, 5th January, 2019

  • 04:17 AM - gyor quoted Arnwolf666 in post Spring's D&D Release Will Be Ship-Themed
    This is what interested me. I donít care what setting or culture. I just want something besides medieval Europe. Stone Age, Bronze Age, Persian, Mesopotamia, India, Southeast Asia, urban arcana, old West, Victorian, anything but medieval Europe. There is a third party setting called Hellenika that is coming that would likely fill much of those needs. The Hellenized world included areas in Europe, Africa, and Asia, it's was one of the most philophical and spiritual eras of history, the exchange of ideas and resources between so many cultures, the art, and so on is made it one of the most important eras in human history and inspired others, it was fresh exposure to knowledge from the Hellenistic era that had been lost to Western Europe that inspired the Renaissance. It really doesn't get the respect it deserves.

Friday, 4th January, 2019

  • 09:40 PM - Bitbrain quoted Arnwolf666 in post Spring's D&D Release Will Be Ship-Themed
    This is what interested me. I donít care what setting or culture. I just want something besides medieval Europe . . . India, Southeast Asia. ^You're looking for Yoon-Suin: the Purple Land, at least for these two.
  • 09:37 PM - Smolders quoted Arnwolf666 in post YEY!
    Hope the trend continues I agree, I have been a TTRPG-er since the early 80's (BLUSH*) and I dont recall TTRPG ever being so popular as it is now! Some of this I think is from the genisis of the WWW, but also the demise of the stereo type that TTRPG players are mum and dad basement dwelling nerds has alot to do with it as well. Celebrity players I thin is also a contributor as well.

Wednesday, 2nd January, 2019

  • 04:36 PM - Henry quoted Arnwolf666 in post Mearls on RPG Art
    I respect artists. And only in the last 5 years have I been going back and learning who the great D&d artists are. But it is sad to me that art is even a relevant factor in the success of an rpg. But it is a reality a publisher must deal with. I would much rather a game be judged by itís written content and my mind left to create the pictures. But I realize I am an oddity on that. I even rarely listen to music for that matter. And people seem obsessed with music these days. It's axiomatic in everything we do, however. A good picture is worth a proverbial thousand words, as good art can evoke several paragraphs worth of "imagine a world where..." text. One look at something like https://paizo.com/image/content/LegacyOfFire/PZO9019-GnollAmbush.jpg for the Legacy of Fire AP tells me that you're going to be fighting gnolls in an Arabian desert-type setting, definitely involving exploring old ruins, but it also evokes feelings of isolation, of struggling not just against foes but the elements thems...

Wednesday, 12th December, 2018

  • 05:39 AM - ModernApathy quoted Arnwolf666 in post Review Dragon Heist, Mad Mage, and Ravnica!
    i want new settings. but ravnica just held little interest for me. if i want to play a vampire i want to play a classic undead vampire. what ravnica calls a vampire just does not work for me. I get that the whole city/planet concept is a bit 'all or nothing', and not for everybody. But I was wondering what do vampires have to do with the Ravnica setting? Was there a UA about playable Vampires? I only ask because they aren't playable races in the book. Mostly they're only really mentioned as members of the Orzhov Syndicate which was a real tipping point for me, where I went from being mildly interested in what I was reading to being in love with it. The idea of bankers so greedy they've become undead ghosts and vampires in order to hang onto their wealth beyond the grave was one of the coolest ideas I've heard in years. Pretty much every guild I read gave me multiple ideas for characters I'd love to play. I guess what I'm getting at is that I was someone that used to refer to Magic:...

Tuesday, 11th December, 2018

  • 09:43 PM - Dausuul quoted Arnwolf666 in post The final word on DPR, feats and class balance
    wow. must have been late night dream surfing. no idea i necroíd a thread this old sorry. Don't feel bad, there's another thread on the front page right now that was just necroed from 2014. But you get extra points for necroing a thread that was titled "The final word." :)

Saturday, 17th November, 2018

  • 08:18 AM - Dannyalcatraz quoted Arnwolf666 in post Big Changes At White Wolf Following Controversy
    what did i do. i attacked no one foe their race, gender, nationality, ethnic group, sexual orientation. i even support gay marriage. my group was slandered by calling us fascists which we are not. Remember how I said ďdonít post in this thread againĒ? And reacquaint yourself with the rules of use, here? I even provided a link. But you: 1) posted in the thread again 2) challenged moderation in thread. BOTH no-noís. Plus, your profile says youíve been here since 2004, so you should really know better. Therefore, the slack I was going to cut you before I noticed that fact will not be given. Have a week off.
  • 05:47 AM - Dannyalcatraz quoted Arnwolf666 in post Big Changes At White Wolf Following Controversy
    liberals can redefine words all they want. just like they did in the oxford dictionary a few years ago. And youíre done here. Do not post in this thread again. This forum prohibits anti-inclusive language and most political and religious discussions- youíve crossed both lines. You might do well to re-examine the rules of using this site: http://www.enworld.org/forum/misc.php?do=showrules
  • 03:23 AM - Jester David quoted Arnwolf666 in post Big Changes At White Wolf Following Controversy
    Are you anti-alt-right? and why are you grouping us with fascists and racists. we are the most freedom and liberty group out there that doesnít want controlled by big government and big business. i think it would be nice if people were not made to feel unwelcome playing a game because of what political party we support. we are not rioting and vandalizing and threatening people like antifa. The Southern Poverty Law Center disagrees: https://www.splcenter.org/fighting-hate/extremist-files/ideology/alt-right If that doesn't define you... you really might want to find another label apart from "alt-right".
  • 02:33 AM - Cergorach quoted Arnwolf666 in post Big Changes At White Wolf Following Controversy
    Are you anti-alt-right? and why are you grouping us with fascists and racists. Because this is the definition of alt-right we know: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alt-right Now, I don't know you, so don't take this personally. But that definition get's you tossed right in there with the fascists and the racists... But maybe let's not try to deteriorate this into a political discussion...

Tuesday, 6th November, 2018

  • 05:55 AM - Mike Myler quoted Arnwolf666 in post Mythological Figures: Talos (5E)
    While I see that making Talos immune to sneak attack is thematic, I think its too "unfun" for a monster. I would recommend changing the wording so that sneak attack damage applies fully and buffing up Talos' HP to compensate. Its better to give the rogue a moment in the sun rather than just telling them to sit out a fight. BBEGs being immune to sneak attack reminds me too much of the catastrophic end to the Age of Worms adventure path way back in 3.5. The party rogue just walked away and didn't take part because it was one big monster immune to sneak attack (the only way high level rogues have of doing useful amounts of damage). DS I can see how that'd be a problem! A few things: 1) This is hardly a BBEG (CR 4 feels a bit flat for that) 2) Rogues can still sneak attack him they are just at a huge penalty to do so 3) I don't think Talos here is going up against any high-level rogues but that's why they got Use Magic Device in previous editions and the Thief archetype gets it as wel...

Wednesday, 20th September, 2017

  • 10:03 AM - Ath-kethin quoted Arnwolf666 in post I solved making 5E challenging
    Well there are DMs who aren't good at doing that. How can they learn to do it well? Practice Exactly. You get better at doing things by doing them. Would you like a handbook for it? Read. Fiction, nonfiction, whatever. The more you expose yourself to putting words together, the better you get at putting plots and ideas and characters together. It can be intimidating. But many people with virtually no social skills or oratory ability have been doing it effectively for over there decades now. There's no reason you can't do it too.

Sunday, 30th July, 2017

  • 08:43 AM - neogod22 quoted Arnwolf666 in post Who else uses silver as the currency denominator rather than gold?
    snowflake :-) All currencies used to be like that ;-)Just because it's complicated, doesn't make it a good system, and just because it was used historically, doesn't mean it should be used in a game that they tried to keep the rules simple. A lot of these ppl can't even add their damage right, and at least half were complaining it was too complicated to multiply by 10 to change gold into silver. They definitely won't use your system. Sent from my VS995 using Tapatalk

Saturday, 29th July, 2017

  • 07:14 PM - neogod22 quoted Arnwolf666 in post Who else uses silver as the currency denominator rather than gold?
    I use 1 sovereign= 20 shillings 1 crown = 5 shillings 1 florin = 2 shillings 1 shilling = 12 pence 1 half penny = 2 farthings 4 farthings = a penny where 1 sovereign = 1 ounce of gold and 1 shilling = 1 ounce of silver and 1 penny = 1 ounce of copper Hope that helps.No, that's super confusing. Lol Sent from my VS995 using Tapatalk

Thursday, 6th July, 2017

  • 08:30 AM - Azzy quoted Arnwolf666 in post Mearls on other settings
    Diehard Mystara before they ruined Alphatia. Agreed. Also hated renaming Specularum as Mirros. I dunno. Specularum always sounded too much like speculum, and I could never taker it seriously.


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