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  • 06:27 PM - Farrem mentioned kenmarable in post Brazilian D&D Translators Fall Out Over Translation Rights
    @kenmarable, you got the general idea. @Morrus it's not a cancelation at will, in brazilian law you can cancel a contrat if one of the parts is misrepresenting themselves (an that is the case, all the plans and all the documents that Fire on Board presented to get the contract included assets from all the other companies). Seriously look at the medium article: More damning yet is an English-language document in which the four FMR members make a joint presentation of their credentials for the licence. “We present to Hasbro–Wizards of the Coast the Companies that will be involved in the licensing partnership,” it reads." (https://medium.com/@t.mcgrenery/why-brazilians-are-boycotting-dungeons-dragons-3fa37ce4d8a3#.6wi85o6fb) And right after this they just tell that the other companies withdrawn? The problem if WotC or GF9 do not intervene is that this is going to court, the judge will stop any publishing until the judgement (and that alone may take years, maybe 2 to 5 years). Not only this, ...

Thursday, 11th September, 2014

  • 11:24 PM - Quickleaf mentioned kenmarable in post Planescape: Fantasy Taken to the Edge (5e conversion)
    jabelincoln kenmarable I agree that the following rules should just be ignored outright: Priest spell level loss by how far they are from their deity's home plane. Weapon enchantment loss by how far from plane of construction. Also I would keep the unique effects of each plane as described in the original Planescape books. Very little tweaking is needed to make these work in 5e.  That leaves the more complex question of spells which required planar pathways in 2e. Traditionally, the Inner Planes are cut off from the Astral Plane (and thus the Outer Planes) while the Outer Planes are cut off from the Ethereal (and thus the Inner Planes). These spells generally came in four types: Spells requiring access to the Astral. Spells requiring access to the Ethereal. "Dual" Spells potentially requiring access to either/or the Astral and Ethereal. Spells creating extradimensional spaces (which don't work on the Astral). Here's a list of those spells. Spells with 5e versions/equivalents are in ...

Wednesday, 30th July, 2014

  • 02:36 PM - Quickleaf mentioned kenmarable in post Planescape: Fantasy Taken to the Edge (5e conversion)
    kenmarable Cool to hear from you! I remember when you used to manage Planewalker. Definitely check out Kamikaze Midget 's excellent faction conversion just down the house rules page, there's a link to his site. Really solid conversion of the spirit of each faction as backgrounds. My model was to have a group of faction backgrounds and a group of non-faction plant backgrounds (e.g. Chant-Broker, Blood War Mercenary, etc) for those players who just aren't joiners or don't grok the factions. And then each faction has one feat clustering abilities from Factols Manifesto & 3e for those who want greate attention on their faction beliefs / powers. The premise is that since belief is the main theme of Planescspe then factions should be woven into the heart of the game because they represent what character's believe. I agree that belief needs to be woven into the fabric of the rules for a Planescape game, and factions need to have some presence, but I'm not sure you need factions as background......

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Tuesday, 19th February, 2019

  • 11:48 PM - MechaTarrasque quoted kenmarable in post Who's Multiclassing With Who? More D&D Beyond Stats!
    If I understand that chart right, that's out of all multiclass characters. So the fact that there are FAR more fighters and rogues than warlocks and bards overall, would cause those to rise up quite a bit. Also, honestly, I really like bards and a I really like warlocks, but thematically, that's a combo that has never occurred to me. Mechanically, it makes sense, and I'm sure there are plenty of interesting concepts. But even as someone who plays those two classes, it wouldn't occur to me to combine them conceptually at all. I was actually surprised that it was that high! :) But it just goes to show that the game is rich enough for people to have very different experiences of them. I think of the bard/warlock as the D&D version of "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" (Johnny does get the golden fiddle at the end) or the many stories of a blues musician who sold his soul to the devil at a crossroads to become the best blues musician (going to Hell after you die seems like good inspiration to ha...
  • 07:13 PM - Nutation quoted kenmarable in post Who's Multiclassing With Who? More D&D Beyond Stats!
    But it just goes to show that the game is rich enough for people to have very different experiences of them. Yup. There's apparently more than one bard/druid out there, a combination that would never occur to me.
  • 06:53 AM - doctorbadwolf quoted kenmarable in post Who's Multiclassing With Who? More D&D Beyond Stats!
    I'm looking forward to it! It especially fits his background as an Uthgardt tribe Member who left his tribe and became a scout for a mercenary company. Nice! I have a BM ranger from a 4e game that I thought about giving 3 levels of totem barbarian to represent his mystical bond with his wolf, and the primal spirits’ blessings on them, but ended up keeping it simple by staying single classed. If I understand that chart right, that's out of all multiclass characters. So the fact that there are FAR more fighters and rogues than warlocks and bards overall, would cause those to rise up quite a bit. Also, honestly, I really like bards and a I really like warlocks, but thematically, that's a combo that has never occurred to me. Mechanically, it makes sense, and I'm sure there are plenty of interesting concepts. But even as someone who plays those two classes, it wouldn't occur to me to combine them conceptually at all. I was actually surprised that it was that high! :) But it just goes to show th...

Monday, 18th February, 2019

  • 05:35 PM - 5ekyu quoted kenmarable in post Who's Multiclassing With Who? More D&D Beyond Stats!
    If I understand that chart right, that's out of all multiclass characters. So the fact that there are FAR more fighters and rogues than warlocks and bards overall, would cause those to rise up quite a bit. Also, honestly, I really like bards and a I really like warlocks, but thematically, that's a combo that has never occurred to me. Mechanically, it makes sense, and I'm sure there are plenty of interesting concepts. But even as someone who plays those two classes, it wouldn't occur to me to combine them conceptually at all. I was actually surprised that it was that high! :) But it just goes to show that the game is rich enough for people to have very different experiences of them.Well maybe but we need to see the numbers of non-multi-class to be sure. I mean when they told use there were more fighters rogues and wizards I assume that included the multi-classes so maybe a good chunk of that extra was from them multi-classing so much. I think an interesting chart would be class popularity wei...
  • 06:48 AM - doctorbadwolf quoted kenmarable in post Who's Multiclassing With Who? More D&D Beyond Stats!
    As TwoSix pointed out, warlock/bard is least popular *of those shown*, which is the top 10. So it’s actually quite popular as you figured. Right, but tenth is still lower than I’d have expected. OTOH, is Warlock is high for Bards that multiclass, so at least that makes sense. I’d expect Bards to multiclass more, I guess.

Tuesday, 12th February, 2019

  • 02:24 AM - Steve Conan Trustrum quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Thanks. Definitely didn’t want to keep making it about me, but when they say something so easily proved false, it’s hard not to call them on it. But it also proves that I should spend more time with my Ignore List than trying to take these disingenuous arguments seriously.I need a t-shirt that says "I went to university for 4 years to get an English degree so I could point out to Internet trolls what an analogy is and all I got was this lousy t-shirt"
  • 02:24 AM - monsmord quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    But it also proves that I should spend more time with my Ignore List than trying to take these disingenuous arguments seriously. Absolutely. The only reason I even see most of that nonsense is through quotes by other folks. :) A few insipid trolls are getting well-fed tonight. Is there a way to redirect this thread into something more positive, whether supportive of the victims/claimants or on how we raise the bar in our industry?
  • 02:04 AM - Shasarak quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Then why were you asking for more that we should be aware of? Just imagine them if you want. And I'm wondering what the line is between accusing someone of harassing Zak for saying he should have his awards taken away, then taking issue with even hypothetical points they make, and (literally) showing sympathy for Zak. It's looking awfully blurry when someone works so hard to defend Zak's awards. Alright here we go. Youre welcome. Now it is time for you to quote me defending Zak S.
  • 01:56 AM - Aldarc quoted kenmarable in post Hidden
  • 01:52 AM - Shasarak quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    You said I was spreading it. Quote that. I’ll wait. So now you want to care about fake news?
  • 01:45 AM - Shasarak quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Speaking of “fake news”, quote where I spread these fake situations against Zak. This is you supporting fake news: Well, lets imagine that kenmarble was part of the KKK. How many people do you think he would have killed? Do you not see the problem with this?No, I don’t. Imagine whatever you want.
  • 01:17 AM - Shasarak quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    No, I don’t. Imagine whatever you want. If it’s obviously making a hypothetical point like you are, then I’m not worried. Are you worried about Zak’s reputation? I thought “literally no one” was showing sympathy for him? I am not worried about Zak S's reputation, I am worried about people who think that it is somehow ok to imagine fake situations and compare them to real life tragedies. It is just fake news and people like you are responsible for spreading it. Stop being part of the problem.
  • 12:08 AM - Otherworldly quoted kenmarable in post Hidden
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  • 12:00 AM - Shasarak quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Then why were you asking for more that we should be aware of? Just imagine them if you want. And I'm wondering what the line is between accusing someone of harassing Zak for saying he should have his awards taken away, then taking issue with even hypothetical points they make, and (literally) showing sympathy for Zak. It's looking awfully blurry when someone works so hard to defend Zak's awards. Well, lets imagine that kenmarble was part of the KKK. How many people do you think he would have killed? Do you not see the problem with this?

Monday, 11th February, 2019

  • 11:55 PM - Alexander Kalinowski quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    If you really do believe it is just between them and don't care... then why are you posting in this thread??? I never understood some people's need to take the time and effort to publicly proclaim that they don't care about something. It completely undermines the point they are claiming to make. That's a logical fallacy. I do not care about the actual subject because without verifiable evidence it's all rumor-mongering to me. I do care (at least enough to post here) about people not exhibiting the same attitude to the issue. I think it's called "empathy". There's nothing to be empathic about as I have no way of deciding if the testimony is truthful or a bunch of lies. Without that information who should I be empathic to - Zak Smith or his accusers? Who has been wronged here? I don't know, so I will abstain from taking sides. Do you know?
  • 11:44 PM - Shasarak quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Psst... those were hypothetical. Yes that is what I said, imaginary.
  • 10:20 PM - Yunru quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    The "trick to your statement..." Seriously?!! Is that some sort of "Ah ha! Gotcha!!"?? This isn't a hypothetical. This is discussing what should be done as a community concerning someone who harassed people out of the industry and has been accused of being a serial rapist. This isn't some fun little logic game. People's actual lives have been messed up because of him. How we respond could be a factor in preventing future situations like this.And? None of what I've argued affects how anyone treats him one iota. I'm not arguing against reprisals, I'm arguing against reprisals against the wrong thing (his works).
  • 05:41 PM - billd91 quoted kenmarable in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    Plus, since they already include errata in future printings of the PHB, maybe we should ask WotC to consider removing his name from the credits as well going forward. I'm not sure I agree with that without removing the things he had influence on. Credit where credit is due, regardless of the odiousness of the individual who came up with it, should be something we should hold all corporations to.

Saturday, 19th January, 2019



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