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    Yesterday, 10:01 AM
    Fine trying to do 3 things at once. Yeah that post was horrible.
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    Yesterday, 09:58 AM
    Its hard, D&D kinda has the same problem as you have certain expectations. I'll use Star Wars as an example as I know the franchise a lot better than say Star Trek. I' deeper into DS9 now than what I watched back in the day but still don't know enough on Trek overall. With any show I need to like the characters. or hate them if they are a villain. The franchise needs to pay attention to...
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    Yesterday, 09:38 AM
    Smeg head. Are Americans that familiar with Red Dwarf? British Sci fi is so good on a budget big enough to buy a cheeseburger. Special effects budget of Humans is enough to buy two shades of contact lenses so they are splashing out.
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    Yesterday, 09:31 AM
    It's because people get emotionally invested in something and franchises have a certain feel. I like D&D and Star Wars. TFA and Rebels feel like Star Wars TLJ didn't. One edition of D&D didn't do it for me. I'm not a massive Trekkie but enjoyed the older movies, early DS9 and some of TOS. DS9 for example it's different than TOS and TNG but is still feels like Trek. STD big problem is...
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    Yesterday, 09:21 AM
    We watch it on Netflix. We're already paying for Netflix and ran out of other sci fi shows to watch and to binge watch. Also started watching DS9. STD looks amazing but the lighting is dark so it kind of sets the tone of the show. Not a Trekkie just treating it like a sci fi show. Seen worse seen a lot better. It has some problems a big one being the characters, none of them are overly...
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    Yesterday, 08:01 AM
    Ah you using the errated version or RAW? Blade Cascade was one of the broken powers they discovered several days before 4E was released.
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    Tuesday, 19th March, 2019, 06:28 AM
    Basically you would need to invent a better computer. Sometimes in Star Wars it's faster to jump to multiple systems than fly direct. It might be quicker to fly from Tatooine to Alderaan to Coruscant than Tatooine to Coruscant. Some sort of bio computer that can sense hyperspace routes might be an option. May or may not be force sensitive. Experimental of course.
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    Tuesday, 19th March, 2019, 04:21 AM
    Old Post not much of anything is going on ATM.
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    Tuesday, 19th March, 2019, 12:24 AM
    In game rules you can put one of them on for no loss in performance.
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    Sunday, 17th March, 2019, 11:48 AM
    Isn't that only when you want to change the shields facing? My players chose shields as well. They had normal TIEs and I think SR 15 shields were 2k credits. TIE might survive an X wing shot. TIE advanced wore a critical hit from a proton torpedo RIP. NPC death by X Wing.
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    Sunday, 17th March, 2019, 09:27 AM
    So you are in an Imperial squadron. You start out in TIEs and if you survive you might get a TIE interceptor and progress into a Advanced X1 then TIE Oppressor. You can modify your TIE. Do you pick shields or a torpedo or concussion missile launcer. Assume it's a TIE Interceptor. It's for the SWSE RPG but can be applied to D6.
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    Sunday, 17th March, 2019, 06:10 AM
    Decent episode, was interested in Ariam sigh.
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    Friday, 15th March, 2019, 08:38 PM
    Had that discussion around episode 2 or 3. My wife is "Life is to short for below average TV". We are watching DS9 and yeah characters you care about helps.
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    Friday, 15th March, 2019, 11:47 AM
    In some ways they are really advanced- very fast FTL for example along with FTL travel. In other ways their tech is stagnant, a lightsaber or blaster isn't drastically different from a 1000 years ago. You can uusally find some examples of anything in their somewhere but it is often limited to a single series, is lost tech or built by some mysterious race so its not galactic standard so to...
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    Friday, 15th March, 2019, 11:43 AM
    Heh I have heard about the Dominion War, and things like the start of Voyager but don't know the details. Really enjoyed House of Quark for whatever reason.
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    Friday, 15th March, 2019, 02:47 AM
    Means I have looked it over. Generally DMGuild or 3pp. Usually I provide that sort of stuff anyway or a player might ask for something interesting or concept. I can do a melee fire cleric for example. Copy and paste off a forum probably not.
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    Friday, 15th March, 2019, 12:39 AM
    Not at all interested.
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    Thursday, 14th March, 2019, 08:22 AM
    I like B/X, 2E and 5E although mixing 1E and 2E might be the way to go.
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    Thursday, 14th March, 2019, 06:56 AM
    Start of season 3, Odo found the other shapeshifter. Shows picking up IMHO.
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 07:17 PM
    It might now or at least extinction level event. A star destroyer ship at hyperspace speed might be able to do it. Wouldn't work in old Star Wars might now idk. Since you can now use it as a weapon and hyperspace into gravity Wells.
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 10:05 AM
    No it wouldn't work but Hans stunt in TFA at Starkiller base would not work in the old EU. New one who knows. Generally you can't hyperspace in gravity wells. Hypothetically maybe if you switch off all the safe guards on the hyper drive system but then you are begging to smack into a planet. If you stuttered inside the planet for whatever reason the pressure and heat would collapse the...
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 05:24 AM
    Basically agree with they could but why bother?
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 02:01 AM
    Awww it hurts. Good at recognising faces usually takes a while for names to sink in. Probably using the phone doesn't help.
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 12:32 AM
    Sounds about right. I don't usually pay attention to the days shows land.
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 12:28 AM
    Binge watched 6 episodes of DS9 Sunday. Just finished season 2 cliffhanger and have gone further than when I watched in the 90s.
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    Wednesday, 13th March, 2019, 12:26 AM
    The actor is very good. He was in Hell on Wheels which is worth a watch along with Colm Meaney from DS9. Think new one is tonight or tomorrow on Netflix here.
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    Tuesday, 12th March, 2019, 06:56 AM
    From memory it's kinda meh. Final tier may be in the next day or two then I'll look at SCAG and Xanathars.
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    Tuesday, 12th March, 2019, 02:11 AM
    Party Composition
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    Tuesday, 12th March, 2019, 02:10 AM
    Multiclass There are several reasons to multiclass IMHO. The most likely ones are. 1. Power. This one is self explanatory. You want a more powerful PC. 2. Concept. You might have a concept that is not served well by the existing classes. The arcane gish for example is not that good in PHB RAW for a variety of reasons while some sort of skirmisher/scout might be better off as a...
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    Tuesday, 12th March, 2019, 02:10 AM
    This is a spin off of this thread http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?657738-The-New-Tiers-Ranked&p=7575100#post7575100 It was mentioned about multiclassing and where I have also mentioned party composition. My criteria are roughly the same but instead of rating the tiers in terms of how good the builds (they are all good) I will instead cover when they are good as some are late...
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    Tuesday, 12th March, 2019, 02:04 AM
    Added new tier and updated my OP going more in depth in my reasoning into rating the other pillars and put a bit more effort into talking up the out of combat options for the classes level 11-16. The next tier up won't really see a drastic change in ranking (1 or 2 maybe) so I'll rate the capstone abilities. Further plans are to add in the non PHB archetypes, and expand the 1st 2 tiers....
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 11:30 PM
    Sorta remembered his last name. As I said terrible.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 08:40 AM
    Never read LOTR tried a few times just couldn't get into it. My Orcs are just Orcs. I rarely use real life cultures in my games. If I do I usually base them on an organization. Elves might be imperialist based on the East India Company. A country might be based on the Teutonic Knights. Most players won't recognise the tie in or I steal from obscure sources.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 07:41 AM
    I'm crap with names in general though. I struggle with doctor whatshisname in DS9.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 04:52 AM
    The idiots trying to tank it may have gave it more publicity lol. That old saying "there's no such thing as bad publicity".
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 04:39 AM
    IDK I'm not a comic books guy, only own a few Star Wars ones. I said season one wasn't very good, season 2 is better. BTW Expanse is coming back.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 04:17 AM
    Never claimed it was gonna be canceled.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 03:45 AM
    It's more interesting to complain online:). Mostly happy with 5E or whatever doesn't leave much room for discussion. Also context of the thread title. Season 1 fair enough season 2 is improving. I may also be a cynical pessimistic reactionary:).
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 03:37 AM
    True but a lot of Trekkies don't like it. We used to watch Gotham but wife pulled the plug on it season 3 or 4. I understand it got better with Dominic portraying the Joker. We liked his character in Shameless.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 03:26 AM
    Might blow up in their faces though. I'm not a Trekkie but even I know it's more towards the episodic thing. Different is good of course but not so radically different the fans turn on it.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 03:21 AM
    It's just a thing. Star Wars doesn't really have nano tech and the old Legebds had damn near everything including zombies.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 03:19 AM
    I can go either way but make it good. If you're running a serial there are better ones than STD in the Sci fi genre. The Expanse comes to mind. Episodic seems to be a Trek thing though and thing like Babylon5 also did it better in terms of serial. And STD is apparently really expensive as in Game of Thrones expensive. The thread title is dated its at least getting better.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 03:02 AM
    I think the Borg are the Trek cyborgs. They don't seem big on half machine/organic normally. Could be wrong my knowledge of Trek is limited but you don't see Alot of things other Sci fi has.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 02:55 AM
    Can't find the picture now. Just thought she was an interest g looking character and wanted to know more. It's the main thing I don't like about Discovery two seasons in and very little character development and only a few of the crew seem to matter. It's quite noticible with DS9 which has a Quark episode a Dax episode etc.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 02:31 AM
    Just asking I didn't know but there was a similar looking character on one of the movies posters or shots iirc. Not really a trekkie last watched it in the 90s currently watching DS9.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 02:22 AM
    I haven't seen the new movies. Didn't make that connection with her eyes the other night.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 01:55 AM
    It's just basically space broadcasts at ftl.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 01:51 AM
    The blue and grey skinned lady is she a robot, cyborg or some Alien species I'm not familiar with.
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    Monday, 11th March, 2019, 01:27 AM
    Idk what the solution is. Obviously some audience scores are being bombed but critic scores are also out of whack. See the Orville for example. You still need a compelling story with a compelling lead or ensemble if you want a legit high score instead of critics softballing things. Obviously for a popcorn flick the expectations can be a bit different. Generally I find a female lead is...
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    Sunday, 10th March, 2019, 08:19 AM
    Star Wars Saga Edition with some 5E parts hacked in. Experiment atm. The PCs are Imperial TIE fighter pilots.
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    Sunday, 10th March, 2019, 07:08 AM
    Can't edit the above is my dollar amount.
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    Sunday, 10th March, 2019, 07:07 AM
    11 354 883
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    Sunday, 10th March, 2019, 06:49 AM
    It's one of the better episodes. Watching DS9, and are at the point its all new to me. STD is more about Burnham, DS9 is more ensemble. Not a trekkie but DS9 seems to have better characters, STD the villains and dark characters seem more interesting. STD is getting better but I wouldn't call it great maybe not even good. And then there's The Orville.
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    Sunday, 10th March, 2019, 06:32 AM
    Im mostly winging it off the top of my head and tweaking talents on the fly. I don't think Jedi skill monkey is a problem more the bonuses yoy can pile onto skill checks in SWSW. Generally my rules are. 5E proficiency numbers. Skill checks lowered by 5. Size penalties on ships piloting rolls reduced.
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    Sunday, 10th March, 2019, 06:17 AM
    I use 5E numbers. Skill focus is basically the Rogues expertise ability. In my game skill training and focus is +4 at level 1. If a Jedi wants to dump a heap of talents into using the force checks to be a skill monkey let them.
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    Sunday, 10th March, 2019, 02:09 AM
    I'm playing a houserules version of SWSE. Dumped BAB, plugged in 5E numbers lowered DCs, and reduced the size penalty on star fighters. Buffing most of the talents as well. Im keeping as much as I can, most of the +1 stuff like feats and talents are being buffed to +2. Mostly it's just for less work.
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    Saturday, 9th March, 2019, 07:47 AM
    Cleric spamming guidance is better at everything lol. It's why I put Rogues tier 3. They're decent at everything excel at nothing. They might peak level 3 relative to everything else. Earlier tempest cleric discussion they are a bit more MAD while light and nature can focus on wisdom. Rolled stats can negate that though so the tiers are a bit situational as good dice roll, specific campaign,...
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    Saturday, 9th March, 2019, 07:07 AM
    It's not that much of a bonus martial two handed weapons come to mind. It's also inferior to Monks and a nature cleric using pole arm master and staff plus Shillagh.
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    Saturday, 9th March, 2019, 06:55 AM
    Watched it last year along with Babylon5. Typing this watching DS9. 90s were golden age for Sci fi Stargate SG1 as well.
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    Saturday, 9th March, 2019, 06:44 AM
    It's not to different to my 6ish encounters I put in the OP. Tiers wouldn't change to much light and tempest might swap places warlocks still decent with 1 short rest, a lot of classes have nova abilities.
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    Saturday, 9th March, 2019, 06:39 AM
    I excluded multclass builds. I do mention it in passing on some classes.
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    Saturday, 9th March, 2019, 05:55 AM
    Reason I put the light cleric higher is radiant dawn is in addition to spells and a massive AoE. Tempest cleric can nova sure but is still gonna run out of spells fast.
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    Saturday, 9th March, 2019, 02:00 AM
    THat will blow it out to around 10 tiers lol. I have done the next tier up and specified in some cases that some archetypes are a bit better than the others in the same tier but the difference is either marginal or personal preference.
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 07:13 AM
    Faerie Fire is a bit more reliable than whispers. Chuck it on a group and odds are something flunks a save. It's also easier to guess low Dex than low wisdom.
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 06:15 AM
    My ps4 got the glitch where it doesn't recognise the controllers which basically wrecks it. 360 got red ring. Sega Genesis 25 years old still going fine. Go figure.
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 06:12 AM
    I thought it was rushed. 6 was the best out of season 5,6 and 7. Looking forward to it but the trailer is nothing special IMHO relative to the others.
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 06:02 AM
    Monks, Paladins, Hunter Rangers, Warlocks look a lot better. Apart from that the rankings don't change much except fighters are a bit worse.
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 05:50 AM
    EK lacks the spells and may not be able to cast them RAW. Casting shield for example 2 or 3 times a day is not that great compared with the champions always on ability. Fighters a bit front loaded at low levels champions swapping places next tier up. BM is punching alot harder in the combat pillar than everything else and is so front loaded level 1 to 3. I made an exception to my guidelines...
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 03:39 AM
    Its mostly a gut thing, the more things you are good at and the more resources you have the higher you will get. Exceptions would be if some things are just so good at something they might go up a tier. Generally I rated them as follows. Mostly its how good anything is in a real game and not a white room scenario. 40% combat 30% social (charisma+ class abilities) 30% exploration (dex...
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 03:20 AM
    Because I vauled the combat tier higher (40% vs 30% for the others) and the BM is very out of whack in it relative to the other warriors. The other thing is its versatility, doesn't matter if you are building an archer, sword and board, strength or dex based. You can build a BM fighter that is OK in the other pillars, dex based archer and still have a decent tertiary charisma score for...
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 03:09 AM
    Forums ate the Barbarian I missed the Rogue. Updated.
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 01:29 AM
    Well this discussion spun off one of my threads. Ranked the classes level 1-4. http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?657738-The-New-Tiers-Ranked&p=7575098#post7575098
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    Friday, 8th March, 2019, 01:28 AM
    Started ranking them. http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?657738-The-New-Tiers-Ranked&p=7575098#post7575098
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    Thursday, 7th March, 2019, 11:35 PM
    Levels 17-20 Masters of the World
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    Thursday, 7th March, 2019, 11:34 PM
    Levels 11-16 Masters of the Realm All of the classes basically come online around this tier and in general it is fairly balanced as all of them are kind of over powered in various ways. Fighters may be a one trick pony with damage but they're really good at it. YOu start getting less new spell slots and no new freebie spells via Domains or land choices etc but from level 11+ or so you can...
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    Thursday, 7th March, 2019, 11:33 PM
    Levels 5-10 Heroes of the Realm Level 5 is a big power up to the game. Cantrips scale in damage, martial types double their attacks, and level 3 spells arrive such as fireball, hypnotic pattern, and spiritual guardians. This is also mostly the sweet spot of 5E (say around level 4-8 or so). Additionally most relevant class features come online and several combos+ maximised ability scores can...
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    Thursday, 7th March, 2019, 11:32 PM
    Level 1-4 Local Heroes Tier 1 Cleric: Light. Most spellcasters lack resources at low levels. The light cleric does not. Its flare ability is comparable to shield but you can use it at least 3 time/long rest. Its key ability hoever is radiance of the Dawn which is in effect a level 2 spell. It has a massive AoE for low levels (compare with sleep, burning hands), deals radiant damage and...
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    Thursday, 7th March, 2019, 11:31 PM
    Zardnaar started a thread The New Tiers Ranked
    This is it, my thread I have been pondering on for a long time now. Back in the 3.5 days there was a tier system that rated the classes on thier power/versatility etc. Generally CoDzilla and Wizards were at the top, while martial classes were near the bottom. Overall it was a decent list but I htink it assumed mostly high level play and a bit of theory crafting. For example Druids were fairly...
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    Thursday, 7th March, 2019, 02:25 AM
    Thinks like Knights high AC low Dex saves and advantage granting for the - 5/+10 feats. It's not better than bless but if you lack access to bless its very good. Also useful at higher levels.
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    Thursday, 7th March, 2019, 12:30 AM
    At higher levels. Theirs 3 tier 1 subclasses for wizards IMHO.
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    Wednesday, 6th March, 2019, 07:47 AM
    Divination dice can whiff (you want to roll high or low) and you get very few of them. Once bard dive refresh on short rests and scale up to d8s they are almost as good as shield but you can do other stuff. Also the diviner is only a single wizard subclass and it's probably the most powerful one. The most powerful wizard vs any old bard:). The Divineer is tier 1 IMHO starting at the next...
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    Wednesday, 6th March, 2019, 07:25 AM
    Wizards not gonna know that many rituals at low levels. I regard bard dice roughly on par with 1st level spells. As in a single bard dice. For example using bard dice to buff AC or impose a penalty its similar to shield but you can do other stuff with them. You're also assuming a wizard has 10 minutes to cast a ritual. The low level rituals while useful are that great in the grand...
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    Wednesday, 6th March, 2019, 07:03 AM
    It has more resources than wizards and its charisma based that whole social pillar thing. A low level wizard doesn't have many spells, anemic cantrip damage and not a lot else outside spells. The low level bard offers more IMHO, a wizard isn't tier 1 at low level, I don't think I would even put them in tier 2.
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    Wednesday, 6th March, 2019, 04:56 AM
    Healer feat is one of the best in the game. Its more impactful for a low level wizard than any other feat they can take.
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    Wednesday, 6th March, 2019, 02:44 AM
    Tier 1 is level 1 to 5. Heroic tier.
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    Wednesday, 6th March, 2019, 12:31 AM
    I love detailed descriptions of towns and cities,( and small regions too). Do you guys know of good ones in DMsGuild?
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    Tuesday, 5th March, 2019, 02:35 PM
    And 1E didn't have that many hardcovers either. I think i lack the legends and lore and DLA hardcovers for 1E.
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    Tuesday, 5th March, 2019, 02:32 PM
    low level wizards run out of resources fast, other classes that cast spells have things like bard dice and channel divinity so I don't think wizards are tier 1 low levels.
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    Tuesday, 5th March, 2019, 09:08 AM
    Another quality EA product. Fallout 4 froze today on my Xbox One to be fair. Yay for buggy crap.
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    Tuesday, 5th March, 2019, 07:11 AM
    Yeah they do great stuff. Just checked credits in the Tome of Beasts, Midgard Heroes Handbook, and Midgard World book. Basicly some of the best 5E material.
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Sunday, 10th March, 2019

  • 08:49 AM - CleverNickName mentioned Zardnaar in post Critical Role Kickstarter Predition Game: Guess the Funding Outcome (GTFO)
    ... jgsugden: $14,520,000 OB1: $14,000,042 The Big BZ: $14,000,000 dregntael: $13,935,109 chrisrtld: $13,635,019 pogre: $13,500,000 Aebir-Toril: $13,224,376.89 Satyrn: $13,000,000 Yardiff: $12,456,145 ------------Highest-Funded Game Project on Kickstarter (Kingdom Death: Monster 1.5) $12,393,139-------- Radaceus: $12,345,678.91 FarBeyondC: $12,345,678.90 Morrus: $12,000,000 Mistwell: $11,800,000 Mort: $11,620,000 Zardnaar: 11,354,883 Sadras: $11,120,000 SkidAce: $11,000,000 Tazawa: $10,700,000 togashi_joe: $10,250,000 DM Dave1: $10,101,010 MichaelSomething: $10,000,000 Lazybones: $9,750,000 PabloM: $9,500,000 akr71: $9,250,000 rczarnec: $9,250,000 Azzy: $9,000,000 Henry: $8,900,000 mortwatcher: $8,666,000 Lidgar: $8,423,976.73 vincegetorix: $8,360,000 SmokeyCriminal: $8,008,135 AriochQ: $7,777,777 robus: $7,750,000 MarkB: $7,500,000 <--- Currently Winning! ...

Saturday, 9th March, 2019

  • 03:46 AM - FrogReaver mentioned Zardnaar in post The New Tiers Ranked
    Zardnaar I think you are placing some paper thing margins between tiers based on slight power differences in subclasses. What's the difference between a tier 2 divination wizard and any other tier 2 wizard? Basically 2 divination dice? Is that really all it takes to go from tier 2 to tier 1? Or consider a tempest cleric vs a light cleric. Is there really a tier worth of difference there? Also, it seems you are rating the combat pillar more like 50% and the other 2 pillars more like 25% each. That's my general impression anyways.

Friday, 22nd February, 2019

  • 02:30 PM - FrogReaver mentioned Zardnaar in post Tiers - The Other Kind of Tiers
    Zardnaar 3.5e tiers weren’t as much about raw power as versatility. As such, while I feel the battlemaster is stronger than the champion I fail to see a justification for assigning them different tiers. They solve the same kinds of problems. Battlemaster can solve slightly more in combat problems but it’s nit enough to justify a full tier bump IMO. If you were assigning tier by power instead of versatility then the tier list would be a lot different And much more subjective IMO.

Sunday, 17th February, 2019

  • 11:54 PM - Hussar mentioned Zardnaar in post Star Wars What I Would Have Done
    ...a Knight and a badass, then gets used like a chump in TLJ. Vader puts Fett over as a badass in ESB and he did alright in ESB overall. His death in Jedi was stupid, but the character was popular enough they gave him a backstory in the prequels. Ahh. I think I mentioned earlier that I have no interest in Game of Thrones. :D So, why aren't people pissed off that Daniel Craig only got one line? Insanely good actor completely wasted. Seems that if wasting talent was an issue, then that should be one too. Phasma is a bit character. Star Wars is full of bit characters. The problem is, over the years, people have built entire storylines out of these throw away characters and suddenly, the rest of us are supposed to care about the castles in the air that "fans" have created. Like I said earlier, I judge the movies on their own merits, not based on my expectations or based on what I think the movies "should have been". Pretty much every criteria you've talked about Zardnaar makes me shrug and I quite honestly don't care. Rey's a Mary Sue? In Star Wars? The hell you say. When a farm boy with zero training, gets, what, a month, two months of training and suddenly he can duel with someone who has been mastering sword fighting for decades. Yeah, that's totally believable. But, a character who has been fighting for survival her whole life, demonstrably with hand to hand weapons, barely survives a fight with a gravely wounded young swordsman and she's a Mary Sue. Uh huh. Yeah, I'm going to go back to enjoying the movies for what they are.

Thursday, 14th February, 2019

  • 12:23 PM - Hussar mentioned Zardnaar in post Generation Ships--- Can we build one now?
    Sorry, Zardnaar, but, morally wrong is just morally wrong. Full stop. It doesn't become morally right because we have to do it. It's just that that's the choice - abandon morals or not. Although, not to get too far into politics, but, it's extremely doubtful refugees are going to be much more of a problem in 50 years. At least, no more or less than they are now. It's just that the current population of most first world countries have forgotten that, not that long ago, about 10% of their populations were foreign born. Give or take. It's only in the post war era that we saw such a drop in immigration and mobility.
  • 04:13 AM - doctorbadwolf mentioned Zardnaar in post Star Wars What I Would Have Done
    I dunno. You’re the one who can’t seem to let it go. You’ve basically harped on it, what, 3-4 times this thread. Is this not a thread about new Star Wars? Specifically wherein the OP stated what they would have done differently? Why are you so interested in shushing someone whose opinion on that you disagree with? Btw, Zardnaar there is an obvious and extreme difference between employing assassins, and employing pre-pubescent children as assassins. It doesn’t doesn’t “inject a bit of grey” or whatever, it makes the Rebel Alliance vs the Empire a battle between evil and not quite as evil.

Monday, 11th February, 2019

  • 03:41 AM - FrogReaver mentioned Zardnaar in post The Pitfalls of D&D Beyond Data
    ...uests asking for player inactive characters tags and a statement on slides listing the day delimiter so as we read slides we have a beater representation of what the slide is depicting. That said, questioning the validity of one someone says based on how much they said instead of the content of their argument makes you look bad, instead of making them look unqualified. If your going to say the statement was in jest... their is no indication in the text of the post that implies that and the person your posting to does not know you well enough to infer that in plain text. Try to not use meta reasons to "win" an agreement through dismissing the debater instead of arguing the point of the debate, please. @Morrus is correct that it is gatekeeping, pointless, and unnecessary for you to be heard, since many of us actually came to your thread to see what you had to say. Morrus says that comment was out of line, so for Enworld purposes it is and I won't dispute that. However, since you and @Zardnaar and others may comment on it I do want to add some context to it that I feel is being overlooked. The intention of that comment was simply to convey the idea that in order to make a claim that something doesn't happen on this forum then you should to be very familiar with this forum. I think questioning someone's familiarity with this forum is a fair game if they start claiming something doesn't happen here. Ultimately though, the way I attempted to convey that idea was over the line. That said, the comment over the line was also not the only comment in that post. In context that post answered the poster with an example like he desired and explained why other examples wouldn't be provided. Only after that did I attempt to raise the question of the poster's familiarity with this forum (with an epic fail of a comment apparently...) Anyways, that's the full context. Hopefully I didn't cross another line by posting this. Oh and thanks for the honest evaluation of me! I appreciat...

Tuesday, 29th January, 2019

  • 05:12 PM - lowkey13 mentioned Zardnaar in post Yet another Ghostbusters movie
    ...t the song In the Summertime, by Mungo Jerry- did you realize that the chorus of the song is, quite literally, "Have a drink, have a drive"? Or how about, "If her daddy's rich take her out for a meal, If her daddy's poor just do what you feel"? Um .... 1970, everybody! Feel good song of the summer! ;) C. I think that what can rankle changes with time. I mean, Amos and Andy? Things from earlier parts of American history often contain weird bits about race. And we can acknowledge that. And opinions about domestic violence* and drunk driving, among other things, have changed. D. But the early 1980s, and the movies and television, often unintentionally, reflected something uncomfortable about gender dynamics at the time. I think that we are just now coming to terms with that. Because these movies were often written, directed, produced, and approved by men who were, themselves, products of that (and earlier) times. E. The reason that they are getting attention is because these ( h/t @Zardnaar ) are often the foundations to a lot of "nerd culture" and the people who grew up consuming it are now in charge of making and approving culture today, not to mention that a lot of people are discussing it, and some people feel protective about it. F. That protective issue is hard to grapple with. A lot of people feel personally invested in this, as if pointing out that there are ... well, issues with things in childhood somehow means that they, themselves, have the same issues. Which isn't the case! Eh, too much. I like that young Reitman. I hope he makes a good Ghostbusters. :) *How about the song, "He Hit Me (It Felt Like a Kiss)"? Phil Spector, of course.

Friday, 14th December, 2018

  • 09:50 PM - Lanefan mentioned Zardnaar in post On the Differences Between 1e and 2e (Not all AD&D Is the Same)
    Zardnaar - is that list of changes based on 2e at time of initial release or at some later point; and is it based on pre- or post-UA 1e?
  • 03:15 PM - lowkey13 mentioned Zardnaar in post On the Differences Between 1e and 2e (Not all AD&D Is the Same)
    Manbearcat Garthanos Zardnaar Lanefan Saelorn So I was trying to get at a slightly different point that had been bugging me for a while (much more subtle than the continued banes of my existence; e.g, Paladins, Gnomes, and Rapiers). We (and I include myself in this) often treat 1e and 2e interchangeably (I often use the 1e/2e descriptor). In many ways, that is fair- there is a great amount of overlap between them! Certainly more, IMO, than between any two other "numbered" editions. But here's the thing- while most of us normally easily differentiate between the other old compatible editions (OD&D, B/X, BECMI), we don't often think about or see the differences between 1e and 2e. And I think that's a topic worth thinking and talking about. 1e was around from 1977 (PHB) until 1989 (2e).* 2e was around from 1989 until 2000. I mean .... it's kind of insane when you think about it. And both editions had controversial publications that (arguably) created their own separate demi-mondes (1985, UA, leading the wa...

Monday, 10th December, 2018

  • 03:32 PM - lowkey13 mentioned Zardnaar in post Trying to make 5e more oldish and want some people's opinions
    ... but I run that a little differently) is that we started a game with base PHB rules, no feats, no multiclassing. We used our usual "house rules" (about races in the campaign, classes, no PvP, no evil characters, etc.). Then we just played! And started with Lost Mines of Phandelver- a grat introductory module. Over the course of playing for a while, we began to acclimate and learn those things we liked in play and those things that we began to discard (for example, we preferred to roleplay most things instead of skill them, and social skills were mainly used to resolve indeterminate RP). And then, after a while, and after conversations with my players, we started to modify the rules to suit our style of play. A lot of the things that you might be concerned about now may not matter as much once you understand how it all fits in. So, with all of that in mind- if you search on these board, you will find that a lot of posters have spent time customizing 5e. For example, I think that Zardnaar has posted some threads about race and class ideas to make the game more like 1e. So that's a good way to avoid re-inventing the wheel. You can also look in the DMG for 5e, which has a number of variant rules for making the game harder, or grittier, or more "old school" (such as variant, or more realistic, healing). Ask, and you shall receive! That said, my experience as to the greatest shocks and things I am still not perfectly happy with: 1. Social skills. We've table-altered it to more RP. 2. Everyone is a spellcaster. Really. And cantrips scale up (like weapons). Expect a LOT of magic flying around. 3. Healing. This you will probably change from the base rules. That said, I would really recommend playing the regular system for a while before changing around the fiddly bits, like weapon speed and critical hits and rules for wizards and spheres; try to enjoy the new before changing it to the familiar. :)

Friday, 7th December, 2018

  • 10:27 AM - pukunui mentioned Zardnaar in post Rate the Star Wars Movies
    ...version to be fairly palatable. I think you could argue that it's because ESB is so close to being perfect that even George Lucas couldn't ruin it! Prequel Trilogy In 1999, I was fresh out of high school and super-excited at the prospect of finally getting to see a brand new Star Wars film at the theater! Well ... let's just say, for only the second time in my life, I found myself wanting to walk out of the theater in disgust. (The first time had been the year before, when I went to see Van Damme's Knock Off. In hindsight, it would seem I was a bit of a masochist in my late teens.) I hated The Phantom Menace so much that I didn't bother to go see the next two prequels at the theater. In fact, I didn't watch either of them until years later. I agree that Attack of the Clones is hands down the worst of them all. The fundamental wrongness of Anakin and Padme's relationship aside, the movie is just one long snoozefest. Even the action sequences are boring. (Although, unlike Zardnaar, I enjoy Yoda’s Sonic the Hedgehog impressions!) Revenge of the Sith, on the other hand, is a noticeable improvement. Still not as good as any of the originals, but good enough that it’s the only one of the prequels I have on DVD. I like the novelization even better. It’s surprisingly well-written and does a much better job of making Anakin’s fall believable. PT Ranking: 1) Revenge of the Sith 2) The Phantom Menace 3) Attack of the Killer Tomatoes Clones Sequel Trilogy I like The Force Awakens. I don’t mind that it’s essentially a reboot of ANH. I don’t mind that Rey is a bit of a Mary Sue. I *do* mind JJ Abrams’ complete disregard for the vastness of space (something that irked me about his Star Trek reboot as well). I also find Disney/Lucasfilm’s unwillingness to answer most of the questions posed in TFA frustrating. I don’t mind that TLJ had very few answers in it (although I did at first) but they won’t even give us the answers by other means (eg. novels, visual ...

Wednesday, 29th August, 2018

  • 07:05 AM - Coroc mentioned Zardnaar in post Halfling Darksun (Athasian) Variant.
    Blue The "Lucky " trait of the standard Halfling allows to reroll each 1 of a d20 also the brave trait allows advantage vs. fear without limit. I do not think that Zardnaar 's ancient wisdom overcompensates the lack of these two traits, it does not look overpowered in any way to me as it is a limited resource. Given that in a DS campaign short rests might not be that frequent its recharge is depending on some outer condition that cannot be affected by the players.

Tuesday, 31st July, 2018

  • 03:29 PM - Raunalyn mentioned Zardnaar in post Best D&D Novels- Of All TIme
    Yo, Zardnaar, I'ma let you finish, but Dragonlance Legends was one of the best D&D trilogies of all time! Of all time!!!
  • 02:52 PM - Coroc mentioned Zardnaar in post How To Faithfully Convert Campaign Settings.
    Zardnaar Kudos for notiung that the old stuff is often not known by younger generations of players. That's to my experience, gamers in my group are approx. 15 years younger than me so I can use my old 2e stuff and be sure they never heard about it in detail. 2e Ravenloft had some of the best adventures for RP orientated players Dragonlance has only one interesting area: the war of the lance. And 5e will not change that. So players best either play the heroes of the lance or play some other guys whith the heroes of the lance not existing. I still argue that gladiator should be the battlemaster and fighter the champion, since a gladiator is not a tank but rather a sophisticated fighter with many tricks and maneuvers . I still say that arcane magic out of defiler / preserver maybe warlock Templars would water down one of the core DS themes so no 5e bards and eldritch knights for me. General stuff On timelines: as with DL there are sweet spots in the timeline and more often tha...

Monday, 30th July, 2018

  • 08:14 AM - delericho mentioned Zardnaar in post Does anyone NOT expect the Artificer and Mystic to release with the final version of 'Wayfinder's Guide to Eberron'?
    I could be wronge but it seems to me that Warforged were constructed by Artificers, in older versions of D&D Warforged could only be healed by artificers, Kalashtar are the embodiment of the perfect Mystic class race setup, and someone told me they were released together in prior editions. I'm afraid not - psionics in 3e predates Eberron by several years. Indeed, psionics support was one of the first things they added to the game, releasing in March 2001. With that in mind, the they mentioned their is another Artificer revision is around and the Mystic might be turned into the Psion class or released alone side it... Like Zardnaar, I expect the Artificer to be in the final version of WGtE, but not psionics. Though not for the same reason - I suspect Psionics support will require considerably more material than they'll want to give away for 'free' to all the people who have bought this PDF (they'll want to keep it for a hardback release... which, yes, probably means Dark Sun).

Saturday, 16th June, 2018

  • 12:41 AM - MoonSong mentioned Zardnaar in post Z's Multi classing Thoughts
    Zardnaar -curious how I always think of you as Zardinaar- I like your thoughts on multiclassing. I just want to add, that Sorcerer/Lore Bard (likely Bard4/Sorcerer3+) is just plain good as a support/control caster, only Divine Soul comes close, but having less spells hurts it a little. Tons of spells known and tons of cantrips to play around. I prefer to start Sorcerer(for the CON proficiency), then switch to bard until bard 4, then switch back until you get metamagic. From 7th level onwards you have light armor, an extra skill, a diverse spell pool to choose from (and a bunch of spells known to choose with). You are not that good with bardic inspiration, but you pack quite the utility and have access to silence/subtle spell and Twin Spell shenanigans. Also the extra subclasses in Xanathar bridge the thematic gap between the cha casters. Celestial Patron Warlock is just begging to be mixed with Paladin and Divine Soul Sorcerer, and Shadow Sorcerer fits quite well with Fey and Fiend Patron ...

Thursday, 14th June, 2018

  • 02:26 PM - Coroc mentioned Zardnaar in post Darksun Version 4.0
    Zardnaar It requires more math at the table, and with ba -1 damage is negligable but -1 to hit is a tough Cookie. The way i would do it: eg. dagger (Bone Obsidian flint) 1d4 (Steel 1d6) Spear bone Stone etc 1d8 (steel 1d10) compare this one with quarterstaff 1d6 (my houserule) 1d8 RAW But your rule is either Spear inferior 1d6 compare with qarterstaff RAW 1d8 or Spear inferior 1d8-1 compare with quarterstaff RAW 1d8 See where the Problem is? "Oh a spear with a bone tip razorsharp, i better remove it so i got a quarterstaff for more damage and it will not break on a 1" With Magic weapons the next Problem: Magic Spear+1 Obsidian 1d8-1 +1 eventually only +0 to hit because inferior, it does as much as a metal spear with your rule. With my rule it would do 1d8+1 =2-9 but with +1 to hit ok the metal spear would do 1-10 but without +1 to hit that is far more balanced. Of course with Magic weapons breakage reule should not apply
  • 01:22 PM - Coroc mentioned Zardnaar in post Darksun Version 4.0
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Wednesday, 20th March, 2019

  • 03:48 PM - Ryujin quoted Zardnaar in post The Orville Season Two - Thoughts?
    Smeg head. Are Americans that familiar with Red Dwarf? British Sci fi is so good on a budget big enough to buy a cheeseburger. Special effects budget of Humans is enough to buy two shades of contact lenses so they are splashing out. Some North Americans are familiar with Red Dwarf. A few of us were unfortunate enough to have seen the two separate attempts at Americanizing the series (one of which had Jane Leeves as Holly).
  • 10:40 AM - Dannyalcatraz quoted Zardnaar in post The Orville Season Two - Thoughts?
    Smeg head. Are Americans that familiar with Red Dwarf? British Sci fi is so good on a budget big enough to buy a cheeseburger. Special effects budget of Humans is enough to buy two shades of contact lenses so they are splashing out. I live in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Never watched Humans, but am quite familiar with a fair number of other UK genre fiction shows. Besides Doctor Who and Red Dwarf, local PBS, SyFy and other channels have aired Torchwood, Blake’s 7, Apparitions, Sea of Souls, Strange, Survivors, Demons, Life on Mars, Ashes to Ashes, The Fades , Primeval and goodness knows how many others.
  • 09:46 AM - cbwjm quoted Zardnaar in post The Orville Season Two - Thoughts?
    Smeg head. Are Americans that familiar with Red Dwarf? British Sci fi so good budget of a cheeseburger. Special Effect budget of Humans are two shaded of contact lenses.Are you okay? Are you having a stroke?
  • 09:39 AM - Hussar quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    It's because people get emotional ly invested in something and franchises have a certain feel. I like D&D and Star Wars. TFA and Rebels feel like Star Wars TLJ didn't. I'm not a massive Trekkie but enjoyed the older movies, early DS9 and some of TOS. DS9 for example it's different than TOS and TNG but is still feels like Trek. STD big problem is mostly the feel and the characters. Change is only bad if you lose the old fans and fail to get new ones. Juries still out on STD but 3 series of trek had 7 seasons each. The problem is, "that certain feel" is far more in the mind of the fan than in anything real in the show. You can point to all sorts of elements that aren't part of the "feel", but, apparently, we're not supposed to look at those things. We're only supposed to like the same things and we're all supposed to keep liking the same things so the franchise can keep pumping out the same thing over and over and over again so it doesn't lose the old "fans". Good grief. L...

Monday, 18th March, 2019

  • 10:38 PM - Deset Gled quoted Zardnaar in post So You Are in a TIE Fighter?
    So you are in an Imperial squadron. You start out in TIEs and if you survive you might get a TIE interceptor and progress into a Advanced X1 I can get promoted up from a TIE pilot to Darth Vader? Groovy. You can modify your TIE. Do you pick shields or a torpedo or concussion missile launcer. Assume it's a TIE Interceptor. In all seriousness, none of those. An Interceptor is designed for speed and maneuverability with a short range. Any mass added to it makes it worse at those jobs. If I want a torpedo to missile I want a TIE bomber, and if I want shields I want to be in a bigger ship.

Sunday, 17th March, 2019

  • 12:17 PM - S'mon quoted Zardnaar in post So You Are in a TIE Fighter?
    Isn't that only when you want to change the shields facing? The version of WEG d6 Star Wars I played/ran (1e) required it for any use.

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Tuesday, 12th March, 2019

  • 01:27 PM - Sadras quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    True but a lot of Trekkies don't like it. I find I'm also pretty critical of the show when taking each episode in isolation, but re-watching the episodes back-to-back, one tends to be a lot more forgiving, at least that is my experience. Interestingly enough I'm also rewatching DS9 and enjoying that too. EDIT: This thread title :lol:
  • 06:25 AM - R_Chance quoted Zardnaar in post Fallout Tabletop RPG Announced from Modiphius
    Fallout 4 on my Xbox crashes Alot. On survival mode it gets annoying. The most annoying thing about Fallout 4 for me is Preston Garvey :D
  • 03:19 AM - Autumn Bask quoted Zardnaar in post Multi classing and Party Composition Tiers.
    I will also suggest several party compositions mostly for levels 1-10. You can look at my other thread for how good the classes are generally and probably draw your own conclusions. This is a great idea, but it really deserves its own thread.

Monday, 11th March, 2019

  • 08:02 PM - Mallus quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    I'm crap with names in general though. I struggle with doctor whatshisname in DS9. The name's Bashir, Julian Bashir.
  • 06:40 AM - R_Chance quoted Zardnaar in post Fallout Tabletop RPG Announced from Modiphius
    To be an authentic experience will it crash every hour or two? Oddly enough I've never had that problem with 3, NV, or 4. I've only played a 12 or so hours of 76. Some issues with that related to server problems I think. I play PC though and that might make a difference. Some problems with Elder Scrolls games although nothing that would effect my enjoyment of them. Luck and high end gaming rigs ftw! :D
  • 05:00 AM - Jester David quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    The blue and grey skinned lady is she a robot, cyborg or some Alien species I'm not familiar with. We don’t know. They’ve given almost zero backstory to anyone. (Heck, the one alien we got backstory—Saru—has their nature retconned.) That fact you can’t even recall their name is kinda informative for how much attention thye’ve been given.
  • 04:21 AM - Hussar quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    Never claimed it was gonna be canceled. No, but, you are claiming that it isn't very good. If it wasn't very good and a lot of trekkies don't like it, then why is it getting renewed this early? Seems like a pretty big risk for something so expensive to produce if it's not doing very well, nobody is watching it and everyone is switching to the Orville or The (recently cancelled) Expanse. I'm leaning a lot harder on the idea that it's a bunch of butthurt comic book guy fans who have nothing to do than produce 49 minute Youtube videos of how much Disco sucks.
  • 04:10 AM - Hussar quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    True but a lot of Trekkies don't like it. We used to watch Gotham but wife pulled the plug on it season 3 or 4. I understand it got better with Dominic portraying the Joker. We liked his character in Shameless. Define "a lot". We're only halfway through the season and they've already greenlit season 3. Must be doing okay.
  • 03:41 AM - Morrus quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    True but a lot of Trekkies don't like it. And a lot do. But who cares? We can only talk for ourselves about what we enjoy, and I have to admit that I really struggle with your remorseless negativity. Can’t we just talk about the cool stuff we like, rather than constantly tearing stuff down? We’re 120 posts into the thread. We must be past the ”STD boo!” stage by now.
  • 03:32 AM - Morrus quoted Zardnaar in post Star Trek Discovery not getting any better I fear.
    If you're running a serial there are better ones than STD in the Sci fi genre. I think STD is excellent. It’s the only show other than Gotham that I get excited about each week right now, and probably will be until Game of Thrones returns. It’s important to understand your personal tastes are just that. They are not shared by everybody.


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