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Sunday, 6th January, 2019

  • 05:20 PM - SkidAce mentioned Gradine in post Missing Community Supporter and Silver Subscriber under name.
    I looked closer at my display name etc today and noticed that it does not list me as a silver subscriber nor a community supporter. I would have assumed it was part of the flux of display changes that have occurred, but then I noticed other people (such as Gradine) still have their info listed. Its understood on my part that the badges are bugged, so no worries there. From what I understand, my name font is supposed to be silver also...:D

Thursday, 1st November, 2018

  • 10:43 PM - MortalPlague mentioned Gradine in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    Thanks very much! I'm thrilled that Carriage Court won through. In the last few years, the competition has become harder. The word count on the first round makes it a true test. Increasing the elements through the rounds has made a challenging task that much more difficult. Competing in the past has made me a stronger writer, and a stronger DM. It's made me question things in a more critical light, to ask why a certain element needs to be this thing and not this other thing. And I can see, by the caliber of entries put forth by my competition, that I'm not the only one who's become better through past competition. Iron DM is always a test, and I'm pleased to have risen to the occasion this year. I feel like these adventures are some of my best work. Gradine, Writ In Blood was an evocative, fascinating adventure. The whole theme throughout was delightfully dark, with a full-fledged haunted realm for the PCs to explore. When I first read it, I wasn't sure which way the judges would go; I think yours is much stronger than mine in a few specific areas, including on some of the elements. I think the judgements, even though they all fell my way, were close in each case. I look forward to squaring off against you next year. Iron Sky, Deuce Traveler, Rune, thank you all for the tremendous amount of work you've put in judging these entries. I have never been a judge for this competition; I find the very idea of it daunting and intriguing in equal measure. I don't envy you some of the choices you had to make, there were truly some fantastic entries in this competition. But I'll thank all of you for the hard work and dedication to make this happen. I won't talk any more about my process. I think I've prattled on enough in the last few ...
  • 05:53 PM - Rune mentioned Gradine in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    Gradine and MortalPlague, a formatting error cut out a substantial part of the ending of my judgement (beginning at the first message tag). That has now been rectified.
  • 05:50 PM - Rune mentioned Gradine in post Judgement for the 2018 IRON DM Championship Match: Gradine vs. MortalPlague
    At last, the finale. Gradine’s “Ravenloft: Writ in Blood” vs. MortalPlague’s “The Culling of Carriage Court.” Both are rich and creepy. Both also are laden with backstory. “Blood” is a bit more so than “Court,” though – to the point that, at times, it reads more like a short story than an adventure scenario for a roleplaying game. This is unfortunate, because the setting that the entry provides is very interesting. But so much happens before the PCs arrive, it seems like there isn’t that much left for them to do. Now, there actually is a lot left for them to do, but it seems like it’s less than what’s going on in the backstory. I can’t help but think that there has to be a more efficient way to get that information across. Enough of that, though. Let’s look at what the adventures do offer. Adventures in Meat Pies, Volume 1 “Court” gives us a presumptive hook that is at best unsatisfying and at worst inadequate. It’s got good flavor (so to speak), but it feels blunt and leading. Worse, it requires...

Wednesday, 31st October, 2018

  • 06:57 PM - MortalPlague mentioned Gradine in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    Congratulations, @MortalPlague! Your adventure was, as always, excellent. I'll get you next time! @Gradine, thank you. It's always a pleasure to compete with you. I'm sure this won't be the last, and I look forward to it. As always, the finish of this competition leaves me chomping at the bit to get involved again. I also have a couple of friends who might like to jump in for next round, and I've promised to furnish them with the link to the contest. I don't believe either of them are current ENWorld members, but that's a deficiency easily fixed. Iron DM is not an easy thing to win consistently. I've competed five years in this competition. I've won twice, but I've been knocked out in the first round three times. It's really a feast or famine thing for me. On the topic of the ingredients, these were certainly a challenge to work with. I started by examining the Pie Wagon. It had to be important that the thing was mobile, and it had to be a food that couldn't be anything but pie. What's significant about pie? You fill it with something. And what's more sinister, more October a...

Tuesday, 30th October, 2018

  • 03:06 AM - Iron Sky mentioned Gradine in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    Gradine and MortalPlague, my judgment is up.
  • 03:03 AM - Iron Sky mentioned Gradine in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    ... of which is pretty rad. One question that gets added though; if the Empire found Shugo such a useful tool for killing fey, why would they put his control unit right next to their abandoned prison? Like parking an Apache next to a maximum security prison. Also, that the fey want to be entertained above all else seems a bit odd. Most things in prison seek freedom above all else. Maybe that lack of seemingly-obvious prioritization is why they lost the war. Literary Pass, Comparison: I think MortalPlague's writing was more active and compelling, yet Carriage also raised far more questions. Writ in Blood's setting was evocative while Carriage's was fairly generic. That said, I had to read up on Ravenloft and reread Writ in Blood to get sufficient context to not find it bewildering. I'm tilting slightly in favor of Carriage here. GM Pass, Writ in Blood: There's no clear hook to bring the PCs onboard here. I know it says "intrepid investigators" will jump into solving the crime, but Gradine must have a much more selfless and self-motivated group of players than most of the ones I've played with. It seems like as a GM my primary way of hooking the PCs is by ensuring that nothing else interesting is happening to be sure the PCs care about a missing persons case after they've just suffered a planar abduction. Breaking it into scenes: Hook(players hopefully decide to investigate) → Investigation (PCs tracking the pie wagon) → Confrontation (Pan-ya confesses) → Taneka's reveal (PCs exposited and asked to determine what the Beast is) → Meet Qi'lin → Resolution (Let Qi'lin do his thing OR tell Ooma to move on) A few problems here, the first being with the hook that I mentioned previously. Second, I'm not sure how to get players to the pie wagon without seemingly leading them by the nose to it. Sure it is strange that none of the 150 missing people came from Atakakune, but I'm not sure how I, as GM, would help the find the wagon, then convince the...

Sunday, 28th October, 2018

  • 04:35 PM - MortalPlague mentioned Gradine in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    Well... that was a wild one. Gradine, your adventure is excellent. I really like your take on the Iron Law. I think we both made good use of that element, but in entirely different ways. Your Deadly Ink is fascinating; to use the corruption of Ravenloft to change a recipe is inspired, sir. Speaking of the recipe... I suppose I shouldn't be surprised that we both took the cannibal route with the Pie Wagon. :p Your unicorn's fur turning red with blood is an excellent Ravenloft touch. On the topic of my own adventure, I had an early draft set in a forest. The Swan stood at a crossroads with an obelisk marking an ancient necromancer's tomb nobody knew about. The tomb had an ancient guardian; Shugo. And the pie wagon was driven by a halfling who was a necromancer who required Elsie's strength to break into the tomb. I feel like shifting the setting to a town and adding the fey element tied things together nicely. One of my big challenges writing this was to organize the information. At times, I had a se...

Saturday, 27th October, 2018


Friday, 26th October, 2018

  • 12:00 AM - Rune mentioned Gradine in post 2018 Championship Match: Gradine vs. MortalPlague
    Gradine and MortalPlague, you have 48 hours to post your entries to this thread. Please limit your entry to a title, a list of the ingredients used and 2000 additional words. The judges will be using WordCounter.net to check your entry’s count. Please include your list of ingredients at the beginning of the entry and please do not edit your post once it is submitted. Please refrain from reading your opponent's entry until after you have posted your own. You are on your honor to do so. Entries that are between 1 and 59 minutes late will have their word-limits reduced to 1800. Later entries that are at less than 1 day late will have their word-limits reduced to 1400. Entries that are at least 1 day late will have their word-limits reduced to 1000. In addition, entries that are at least 2 days late may be disqualified at the discretion of the judge with consent from the match's opposing competitor. Entries that exceed their word-limits will be considered to end once they reach that limit;...

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Tuesday, 23rd October, 2018

  • 10:59 PM - Rune mentioned Gradine in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    Gradine and MortalPlague, if you are both available for it, please confirm and we will post your ingredients at around 5:00 PM Eastern Thursday.
  • 06:30 PM - CleverNickName mentioned Gradine in post Survivor Monster Types- DRAGON WINS!
    Gradine: My head cannon says that dragons hoard treasure because they serve a draconic god of wealth, and that with enough treasure they can buy immortality. I wouldn't say that they are "played out," but more often than not I think they are played badly. And I think that the pallete swapping is a feature, not a bug...once I created a dragon that breathed swarms of beetles instead of fire. You're right about the informed consent, though. And they are even more racist than elves and more xenophobic than beholders. So they aren't perfect. But that makes them all the more fun to slay! :D

Saturday, 20th October, 2018

  • 05:47 AM - MortalPlague mentioned Gradine in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    So. Scheduling. I'm working straight through till Thursday. My best time to start would be around 5 or 6 pm on Thursday (October 25th) , taking me into my day off. How about you, @Gradine?
  • 01:21 AM - CleverNickName mentioned Gradine in post 2018 IRON DM Tournament
    Iron Sky, Deuce Traveler, and now Rune: Thank you for the feedback (and judgment) on my entry! I can't speak for all of the competitors, but feedback and commentary like this are why I compete in the Iron DM contest in the first place. Most of my work as a DM is done in a vacuum, with little encouragement or feedback. Except from my players, and they usually only give me feedback when they are mad at me. I guess that's helpful too. My response to Iron Sky's Judgment Thank you for the kind words! I'm an engineer, and--well, let's just say that we aren't known for our writing ability. I truly appreciate the encouragement and feedback. I am my own worst critic, though. After I posted my entry, I re-read it dozens of times and found all sorts of things that I should have changed to tighten the entry up. First, I would have made it clear that this adventure is intended to be played by children. The light-hearted tone and silly names hinted at it, but I probably c...
  • 12:53 AM - Rune mentioned Gradine in post Judgement for Round 2, Match 2: Gradine vs. CleverNickName
    The two adventures in this match are vastly different in tone, style, and presentation. One is tightly constructed, fairly polished, and slyly humorous. The other is...not. But it has other strengths: namely, an underlying complexity that results in a rich scenario and detailed NPCs with developed motivations. It also appears to have used more ingredients well-integrated, but a deeper analysis may yet reveal otherwise. We’ll get to that. Gradine’s “The Twisted Court” (“Twisted”) is dense. It is peppered with little errors that would likely have been removed with one more editing/proofreading pass. These are things like consistently using “excoriated” instead of “exiled” or “excommunicated,” (which would make more sense in context) or labeling something a hippogriff and then describing the features of a griffon (we will definitely get back to that one). These errors exasperate the lack of focus that is the risk inherent in using a sand-boxy presentation of NPCs, motivations, locations, and associated dangers instead of a more explicitly presented adventure. The adventure elements are present, but get buried among what is otherwise indistinguishable from background information. And the names! I know this is the setting (a setting I like, by the way), but there are an awful lot of D-names and apostrophes, which, given the previously mentioned issues, just make reading the piece harder. Incorporating some bullet-points ...

Friday, 19th October, 2018

  • 05:39 PM - lowkey13 mentioned Gradine in post Survivor Monster Types- DRAGON WINS!
    h/t @Gradine This thread is inspired by the prior threads on the iconic monsters, best cannon fodder, and so on. Most importantly, it was suggested in the past thread and it's fast to do (I HAVE A LIFE ... well, sometimes). That's right- we are going to find out what type of monster is the awesomest the old fashioned way- with a Survivor Thread! This is a list of monster types from 5e, culled from the sources as described below. IMPORTANT NOTE- DOWNVOTES ARE 2 IN THIS THREAD. REPEAT- DOWNVOTES ARE TWO IN THIS THREAD. Each type starts with 20 points and you vote for one type you like which gets 1 point and a type you dislike which loses 2 points. It is intentional that a negative vote is worth more than a positive vote- first, because we don't want to be here all year. Second, because. Upvotes are in green, downvotes are in in red (unless you are on your phone, and are unable to, in which case please indicate your votes some other way). Copy and paste the previous posters vote and change ...
  • 02:58 AM - Iron Sky mentioned Gradine in post The EN World IRON DM 2018 Tournament Scheduling Thread
    Gradine and CleverNickName, your judgment is up.
  • 02:55 AM - Iron Sky mentioned Gradine in post Round 2, Match 2
    ...hk, and has a whip tongue (which gives it a swallow attack to stand in for hungry). ♦ Burning Rain: I reread the whole thing to find this and I think it must by the volcanic eruption that would happen should the PCs trigger the explosion. I don't know if I'm just being dense or am stuck or what, but I'm still not sure how the PCs fit into all of this so don't even how to make a sentence involving them. Hopefully other judges won't have the same block I do and will get it. It really may be just some personal foible of mine that is making me not get it. Ingredients Pass, Comparison: While The Cake of Kings' ingredients aren't perfect, they all are all essential to the adventure: the PCs interact with, fight, or collect them – or all three! In The Twisted Court the ingredients seem looser and most are optional. Since I'm too dense too understand the key path to the adventure, I just can't tell what the essential parts are. This has got to be a frustrating judgment for you Gradine since I know you put a ton of work into it and I just can't seem to figure it out. Conclusion I won't belabor the point any further as it's pretty obvious where I fall here. Maybe I just developed a personal bias against The Twisted Court in those first paragraphs or maybe never having more than 45 minutes to scrape together at a time to work on it is just creating a block. The Cake of Kings is great; solid writing, clear tone, and some truly challenging and fun encounters. The final boss is a bit of a let down after the excellence before it and it seems a touch light on content, but all in all well done. Gradine, sorry; read fail. CleverNickName has my vote for finalist. Final Note: I had word counter still open and this judgment is a shade over 3000 words...


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Friday, 22nd February, 2019

  • 01:28 AM - Remathilis quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    Makes sense; the initials line up, and the tone of his feedback response on this item certainly tracks.Yeah, that's probably him. The good news is out of the 32 products on his page, none of them mildly interest me. (And after reading that response to the reviewer, I wouldn't buy from him even if he isn't DQ Design. Yikes.) Thank you both!

Thursday, 21st February, 2019

  • 09:21 AM - pemerton quoted Gradine in post What the heck is going on with the professional RPG industry in regards to Zak S?
    There’s a common refrain throughout this whole debacle about how the warning signs about Zak were always there, or how people have been calling him out on this crap for years. If that’s true, and I have no reason to believe it isn’t, why did it take until now for the gaming community as a whole to do something about it? What more could have been done? I’m not sure the answer is anything at this point, and I’m growing more and more confident that’s not the right question. Part of the reason these threads get bogged down in is constantly rehashing the past. So instead I wonder; where do we go from here? How do we do more than simply react to bad behavior, but instead actively prevent it? This is a community driven hobby; I refuse to believe that we lack any kind of social power. But how to harness it in a way that’s productive and constructive, rather than simply reactive and retributive (not that such actions are not also important and effective) is what I’ve been mulling over today. I ...
  • 08:31 AM - Celebrim quoted Gradine in post What the heck is going on with the professional RPG industry in regards to Zak S?
    Here’s where I’m at. There’s a common refrain throughout this whole debacle about how the warning signs about Zak were always there, or how people have been calling him out on this crap for years. If that’s true, and I have no reason to believe it isn’t, why did it take until now for the gaming community as a whole to do something about it? What more could have been done? Now that is a good set of questions. And I really wish that if we were going to have another one of these debacles that it would have started there. I don't know the answer, because I don't have an insiders perspective. I can imagine two possible theories, but I don't know which one is true. a) Umbran's missing stairs theory. This seems to apply to several much bigger industry figures than Zak as well, although Zak's behavior seems to have been notably worse and more abusive than anything I'd heard of so far (until this other scandal I just learned about broke, but I'm still researching that one). In that mode...

Wednesday, 20th February, 2019

  • 10:25 PM - Umbran quoted Gradine in post What the heck is going on with the professional RPG industry in regards to Zak S?
    Reported. Blocked. In the future, if you are going to use the ignore list, please don't announce it in public. It is there to help you enforce self-discipline in avoiding posters who rub you the wrong way, not for inclusion in public dramas.
  • 09:42 PM - Celebrim quoted Gradine in post What the heck is going on with the professional RPG industry in regards to Zak S?
    I really... really try not to block people, but sometimes people go so far beyond the pale to prove they're not worth the time of day. I think comparing women disclosing the years of abuse and suffering they've been put through to the :):):):)ing KKK certainly qualifies. Reported. Blocked. I've largely just let this thread run it's own course without comment, but since you're making a big show of how you are reporting and blocking people... I don't think that comparison was remotely fair. While his comparison may have been an exaggeration, it certainly wasn't comparing those two things you've claimed at all. He wasn't comparing the actions of women reporting accusations, but the actions of the mob responding to them and I think the justifications provided for calling upon mob action. I'm not a big fan of analogies, because I find that they obfuscate the truth rather than disclose it, but his point - however tastelessly made - is not one whose merit is automatically dismissible. ...
  • 08:09 AM - Sadras quoted Gradine in post What the heck is going on with the professional RPG industry in regards to Zak S?
    Sometimes, “Don’t feed the trolls” refers to whole threads. Especially when the thread is reigniting a discussion that was already shut down before. ...(snip)... I struggle to find a more reasonable reaction than suspicion to those who see all of this as a negative. Dialogue is good even if you disagree and no matter the topic of conversation - be it politics, religion or otherwise. People are becoming less tolerant of disagreement which, for me, is a bad thing.
  • 07:53 AM - billd91 quoted Gradine in post What the heck is going on with the professional RPG industry in regards to Zak S?
    I struggle to find a more reasonable reaction than suspicion to those who see all of this as a negative. All of it as a negative? Definitely not - addressing problems is positive. But I can't say I don't see some negative things going on and maybe there's a little too much absolutism. For example, I can understand the GaryCon boycott pressure over naming Bill Webb and Frank Mentzer guests of honor - and both have had the honorific rescinded. But I still don't get why Tim Kask is named in the boycott too.

Tuesday, 19th February, 2019

  • 10:58 PM - CleverNickName quoted Gradine in post Survivor Magic Swords- FROST BRAND CHILLS THE COMPETITION!
    Also worth mentioning that Star Wars is also basically fantasyThere are a lot of famous essays out there that connect the similarities between Lord of the Rings and Star Wars. "Luke/Frodo must take the Force/One Ring into the center of Mt Doom/the Death Star. Only then can he defeat the evil Saruman & Sauron/Vader & Palpatine. But the power of the Force/One Ring is very strong, and threatens to destroy Luke/Frodo at every turn. Only through the wisdom of Yoda/Gandalf--and the protection of the Rebels/Fellowship--will he have any hope of saving the galaxy/Middle Earth."

Thursday, 14th February, 2019

  • 11:21 AM - CapnZapp quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    Again, you can see that as either a feature or a bug; there are valid arguments for both, even if I don't necessarily agree personally with all of them. But these "the emperor has no clothes" allusions really need to stop. What really does need to stop is asking us all between only two choices: either fifty classes, one more ridiculously specific than the other. Or nothing at all.

Wednesday, 13th February, 2019

  • 06:30 PM - quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    You do realize that that's not any better, right? nevertheless, you lied when you wrote that I accused someone being a 'corporate shill'. and I am not obliged to flatter anyone here.
  • 06:22 PM - quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    You do understand what "The Emperor's New Clothes" is about right? of course, about people who see the emperor dressed because they fear his unquestionable authority, not because they are paid from him.
  • 06:15 PM - chunkosauruswrex quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    I can see both the frustration with the dearth of crunch as well as the appreciation. It's not about "being okay" with WotC only releasing new races and class archetypes at this point, and no official new full class after years. It's in seeing that as a feature and not as a bug. As someone who introduced new players to 3.5 after the end of its run, I feel I can say with certainty that D&D does not need fifty classes, nor does it need dozens upon dozens (if not hundreds) of races, nor does it need hundreds upon hundreds (if not thousands) of feats or spells. That the closest thing WotC has to a true competitor (and I'd argue it was one in the lead up to 5e) has already sort of cornered the market on that style of game system, it actually makes a certain kind of sense to go in a different direction. I, for one, appreciate that the game is not considerably more complex now than it was five years ago. It's great not only for new players but especially for new DMs; I can imagine someone wanting ...
  • 06:11 PM - quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    None of this is the problem. The problem is accusing those who disagree with you of being clueless, passive corporate shills. That kind of is against the forum rules. quote my posts in which I did that, please.
  • 05:52 PM - quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    But these "the emperor has no clothes" allusions really need to stop. why, because you don't like my thoughts? I'm free to think, and above all, write here, anything I want within the forum rules. and I think wotc has no clear publishing strategy nor decent approach to release schedule. and that hiding that behind 'four years of playtesting are needed for a basic class' is ridiculous and disrespectful of customers' intelligence.
  • 05:49 PM - OB1 quoted Gradine in post Artificer UA to be released in February
    Again, you can see that as either a feature or a bug; there are valid arguments for both, even if I don't necessarily agree personally with all of them. But these "the emperor has no clothes" allusions really need to stop. And it can be both a feature for me and a bug for CapnZapp at the same time. There is no right or wrong about this, just a preference. Being called a corporate tool who can’t see through the lies and laziness of WoTC for expressing my preference is just lame.

Monday, 11th February, 2019

  • 11:31 PM - Shasarak quoted Gradine in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    I have zero respect for those that for some reason feel the need, in this moment, to express sympathy for the man. Literally no one has done that.
  • 11:07 PM - doctorbadwolf quoted Gradine in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    doesn't affect the merit of his work. Yes, it does. @Jester David please don't compare private crimes with Nazism. abusing multiple people is disgusting, no doubt about it. but here there are people whose relatives were in concentration camps, and private crimes are not even far comparable with Nazi approach to evilness. please use something else for examples. thanks. I just want to point out, because it is very important, that "neo-nazi" marches do not reference the German Nazis of the 20th century, except as they are the example after which neo-nazis model themselves. The reference was to marches full of neo-nazis, which are an actual current American issue. People literally tattooing swaztikas on themselves, and doing the nazi salute, and using lame numerical codes to reference Hitler, etc. It's a topical example, because neo-nazis are more in the news in the US than they've been in decades. I have zero respect for those that for some reason feel the need, in this moment, to express ...
  • 10:40 PM - Yunru quoted Gradine in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    I very much do not support politicians who behave in a manner that doesn't agree with my morals. Do you often find yourself donating to the campaigns of politicians whose values you disagree with and whose morals and ethics you find questionable/objectionable that you think that this is somehow a counter argument?I often find myself without a choice as they seem to be the ones in power. And no, it's not a counter-argument, it's an attempt to inject humour.
  • 10:37 PM - Yunru quoted Gradine in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    ...what?What? You just said that you can't separate a person from their works, and that we shouldn't support people if they behave in a manner that doesn't agree with our morals. Therefore we shouldn't pay politicians.
  • 10:33 PM - Yunru quoted Gradine in post RPG Writer Zak S Accused Of Abusive Behaviour
    You cannot separate the man's works from his person, especially because support for his work directly supports him personally. This includes: *Buying his work (money goes directly to Zak) *Promoting his work (convinces others to buy his work -> see above) *Reviewing his work (convinces others to buy his work -> see above) *Celebrating or awarding his work (you get the picture) Again, as much as you'd like to pretend that you can, you simply cannot separate the man from his works.I guess we shouldn't pay our politicians then.


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