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Tuesday, 5th June, 2018

  • 07:06 PM - lightblade quoted PezlerPolychromatic in post Here's The Pathfinder 2nd Edition Skill List!
    What slightly confuses me is that being trained in Medicine allows you to Treat Disease, but the skill feat Legendary Medic allows you to remove it. Are they the same? Or is it that Treat Disease lets you alleviate the symptoms temporarily without getting rid of it permanently? I suspect Treat Disease is the equivalent of providing long-term care: if you do it for the better part of a day (or more), you give those under your care a bonus to their daily saving throw versus the disease. Legendary Medic is more comparable to the Remove Disease spell, or perhaps getting a Paladin to Lay on Hands with the right Mercy.

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Thursday, 24th September, 2015

  • 02:58 PM - Wepwawet quoted PezlerPolychromatic in post Would You Get A D&D Tattoo?
    Correct me if I'm wrong, but is that really a tattoo. The ink looks like it's on top of the skin instead of underneath it, and there's a line of red on the side of his arm, like a paper with the logo was put on his arm and then spray painted. Again, I could be wrong, perhaps it's just the angle that makes it look that way. As the tattoo is being done the tattooer has to wipe off the excess paint constantly to see what still needs to be painted. The smudge is probably from that.

Thursday, 27th August, 2015

  • 02:55 PM - Greg V quoted PezlerPolychromatic in post Frog God Games Offers Goodwill Compensation For Centre Stage Miniatures' Failed Kickstarters
    From what I had read, CSM attempted to blackmail FGG by telling them that they'd drag their name through the mud if they didn't refund the licensing fee. The fact that FGG didn't back down and held their head above it all shows that they're truly a professional company. Taking care of the backers like this definitely earns my respect. Hi PezlerPolychromatic, I really appreciate your kind words and support. They mean a lot to us at Frog God Games. However, I don't want this thread to incite further animosity between the parties involved. And while what you have described is a possible interpretation of events, it is not one that we are choosing to adopt. We believe the offer that was made by the other party was in good faith, and while it was certainly a potential economic gain for that party we do not begrudge that as an honest endeavor. I think at the time we were a bit gun shy because of all the fallout that was going on and were afraid that it might have been something like you describe, though I think time has shown that it was ultimately not the case. Anyway, we don't want to create any sort of bad blood with the other party. We just wanted to set the record straight on the other thread where this whole thing came up again and was reporting some unintentional misinformation. Which is also a very big reason for my post here, because...

Saturday, 7th February, 2015

  • 06:40 PM - lyle.spade quoted PezlerPolychromatic in post Is this the world's best D&D gaming room?
    It has everything but a bathroom. Good point. However, would this bathroom be decorative or fantasy-realistic? I could see it being one of two types: decorative squishy vinyl toilet seat with a dragon on the cover and the seat itself decorated with the runes from the One Ring; a gilded mirror; towels with ampersand monograms...stuff like that. Or, it could be a stone-walled room with a hole in the ground, looking down over an open sewer pipe. Everyone's got their own standard for verisimilitude.

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