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    Monday, 18th February, 2019, 08:28 PM
    EN5ider is getting positively barbaric with today's article--Intriguing Organizations: Tribe of Nar'Adsch! These barbarians are the descendants of a once great kingdom shattered by the doings of a warlock and they have sworn themselves against all things infernal, completely obsessed with destroying devils and demons wherever they might be found. But that's not all this week! We've got over...
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    Monday, 18th February, 2019, 08:06 PM
    EN5ider is getting positively barbaric with today's article--Intriguing Organizations: Tribe of Nar'Adsch! These barbarians are the descendants of a once great kingdom shattered by the doings of a warlock and they have sworn themselves against all things infernal, completely obsessed with destroying devils and demons wherever they might be found. But that's not all this week! We've got over...
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    Monday, 18th February, 2019, 11:49 AM
    Today on Epic Monsters we visit the underworld which means of course crossing paths with Hades’ guard dog: Cerberus! This three-headed (possibly as many as 100 heads depending on where you look) canine keeps the dead from escaping the afterlife—really though Cerberus’ claim to fame is his capture by Heracles/Hercules as one of the twelve labors, a story celebrated again and again...
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    Monday, 11th February, 2019, 11:17 PM
    This week on EN5ider we take a look at how to manage PC interactions with organizations in a campaign setting when a faction isn't central to the story. When the rogue has curried favor with the thieves' guild or the paladin declared them heretics use Organization Dice to rapidly figure out consequences! Recently on EN5ider: #256. Reputation Rules: Organization Dice. Whether orders...
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    Monday, 11th February, 2019, 10:06 PM
    This week on EN5ider we take a look at how to manage PC interactions with organizations in a campaign setting when a faction isn't central to the story. When the rogue has curried favor with the thieves' guild or the paladin declared them heretics use Organization Dice to rapidly figure out consequences! Recently on EN5ider: #256. Reputation Rules: Organization Dice. Whether orders...
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    Monday, 11th February, 2019, 10:42 AM
    Are you ready for some pulp? Because today on Mythological Figures we’re getting literary and going into the jungle with Tarzan! Unlike most of the characters in this series Tarzan is a character from relatively recent fiction authored by Edgar Rice Burroughs. In his infancy John Clayton and his noble parents were stranded on the African coast. They died to the wilderness and he...
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    Tuesday, 5th February, 2019, 08:33 PM
    Today on Epic Monsters we visit the underworld which means of course crossing paths with Hades’ guard dog: Cerberus! This three-headed (possibly as many as 100 heads depending on where you look) canine keeps the dead from escaping the afterlife—really though Cerberus’ claim to fame is his capture by Heracles/Hercules as one of the twelve labors, a story celebrated again and again...
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    Tuesday, 5th February, 2019, 08:15 PM
    Are you ready for some pulp? Because today on Mythological Figures we’re getting literary and going into the jungle with Tarzan! Unlike most of the characters in this series Tarzan is a character from relatively recent fiction authored by Edgar Rice Burroughs. In his infancy John Clayton and his noble parents were stranded on the African coast. They died to the wilderness and he...
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    Tuesday, 5th February, 2019, 11:24 AM
    EN5ider's latest article is for a devious villain easily included in your campaign: the seemingly sweet and kind Granny Buccus. Everyone in the town of Cridhe Briste holds a spot in their heart for Granny Buccus—and until her lies are revealed they'll die for her too! Recently on EN5ider: #255. Villain Spotlight: Granny Buccus. Sweet, maternal, a dab hand in the kitchen, Granny...
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    Monday, 4th February, 2019, 10:56 PM
    EN5ider's latest article is for a devious villain easily included in your campaign: the seemingly sweet and kind Granny Buccus. Everyone in the town of Cridhe Briste holds a spot in their heart for Granny Buccus—and until her lies are revealed they'll die for her too! Recently on EN5ider: #255. Villain Spotlight: Granny Buccus. Sweet, maternal, a dab hand in the kitchen, Granny...
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    Monday, 4th February, 2019, 12:07 PM
    Today in Epic Monsters we’re visiting upon the epic of Beowulf for a giant like no other: Grendel! At first glance I sort of wrote Grendel off as your average ogre or giant but he’s definitely something more. In the story he has tremendously powerful hearing and later on--a good while after he’s already dead--his blood proves corrosive enough to ruin a (maybe magical) sword. He’s...
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    Monday, 28th January, 2019, 07:18 PM
    It's the end of the month which means EN5ider has two new articles! This time we've got all the prestige classes ranging from the simple assortment of 9 unique roles in ZEITGEIST to the Paradigm for adventurers destined to become iconic legends among their peoples. Recently on EN5ider: #254. Paradigm Prestige Class. What makes a dwarven legend heroically dwarven? What about elven...
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    Monday, 28th January, 2019, 06:51 PM
    It's the end of the month which means EN5ider has two new articles! This time we've got all the prestige classes ranging from the simple assortment of 9 unique roles in ZEITGEIST to the Paradigm for adventurers destined to become iconic legends among their peoples. Recently on EN5ider: #254. Paradigm Prestige Class. What makes a dwarven legend heroically dwarven? What about elven...
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    Monday, 28th January, 2019, 10:47 AM
    Today’s post in Mythological Figures focuses on another truly badass woman warrior from the east, this time in Japan with the feared samurai Tomoe Gozen! To be blunt, Tomoe was a badass lady samurai and pivotal to the history of Japan, playing a role in the Genpei War and the creation of the first major shogunate spanning across all of the country (particularly noted for her exploits in...
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    Monday, 21st January, 2019, 09:44 PM
    Today's entry on EN5ider addresses an oft-overlooked aspect of the typical campaign: how an adventuring group's reputation can have a nuanced impact on them and the world at large. The Marks of Renown optional rules introduce several different kinds of marks—Evil, Honor, Ingenuity, Magic, Nature, Power, Righteousness, and Skullduggery—that every member of the party can use, each with their own...
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    Monday, 21st January, 2019, 07:48 PM
    Today's entry on EN5ider addresses an oft-overlooked aspect of the typical campaign: how an adventuring group's reputation can have a nuanced impact on them and the world at large. The Marks of Renown optional rules introduce several different kinds of marks—Evil, Honor, Ingenuity, Magic, Nature, Power, Righteousness, and Skullduggery—that every member of the party can use, each with their own...
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    Monday, 21st January, 2019, 11:58 AM
    Another modern tale from the British Isles is today’s entry in Epic Monsters as we head to Scotland for one of the only myths that gives it all away with the creature’s name: Nessie the Loch Ness Monster! First reported (along with who knows how many other fictitious aquatic beasts) at the start of the middle ages, modern civilization only started to take an interest in Nessie here with...
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  • 07:28 AM - dave2008 mentioned Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Odysseus/Ulysses (5E)
    ... NPC and then discuss why and what we would do differently within the concept of the series (NPC made with PC rules using point-buy / standard array). This was pretty thoroughly reviewed with Conan I believe. EDIT: Mike usually jumps in and explains his choice and then we can discuss some more if you so desire. I think one thing he should address is why Str is so low. Also, the OP does say So the build is intended to be a NPC, not a PC, and there is no requirement in the 5e rules that a "real person" NPC follow PC build rules - eg NPCs have proficiency bonuses that follow their CR, not their PC level (insofar as that might be inferred by, say, spells useable). There's also a bigger question, also relating to your idea of "real person" - it's at least open to argument that if the ruleset can't model a hero like Odysseus then there is a weakness in the ruleset. Yes it is an NPC. But you can build an NPC with PC rules and I believe that it the concept of this series. Hopefully @Mike Myler will jump on here soon and clarify this one more time!

Friday, 2nd November, 2018

  • 11:39 PM - dave2008 mentioned Mike Myler in post Curse of Strahd Redux - High Level SPOILERS - I guess
    I have not, but your going to need a tougher Strahd! I made a CR 17 version to you could use, but I think you might want to look @Mike Myler 's Dracula posted a few days ago. http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?654469-Epic-Monsters-Dracula-(5E)

Monday, 20th August, 2018

  • 09:51 AM - Coroc mentioned Mike Myler in post Epic Monsters: Dagon (5E)
    Mike Myler Nethack YASD message Elric-T died on dungeon level 36 - dissolved by a puddle of dagon. Ok, that one is total insider and very much oldschool, it refers to Nethack, a derivate of the Unix Rogue computer game back from the 80s with a player exploring a dungeon and everything displayed was done with ASCCII symbols. When your character died game was over, using save files - other than for a break in the game - was considered cheating. It did remember when your character died, and there were awesome stupid causes of death in that game, and sometimes it would even create a ghost level with the remains of a past PC to encounter with your next one. YASD = Yet Another Stupid Death players would post these on a forum back then.

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Tuesday, 27th March, 2018

  • 01:09 PM - Morrus mentioned Mike Myler in post Starting Adventures
    Good catch - the submissions page has been updated with the new editor, Mike Myler. I'll page him for you, and he should be able to answer your questions! Mike Myler

Tuesday, 12th September, 2017

  • 07:41 PM - pming mentioned Mike Myler in post Frank Mentzer Reveals More About World of Empyrea
    Hiya! Mike Myler Sounds pretty sweet! :) I remember this "new guy" (Frank) got to write a new version of D&D. I was even a grognard then, with only about 3 or 4 years under my belt at the time (hey, at least I'm consistent :) ). When I saw the new Red Box D&D set, with the dragon, mound of treasure, and fighter? ...pure excitement! Upon reading the little "blurb" on the back ("As you whirl around, your sword ready, the huge red fire-breathing dragon swoops TOWARD you with a ROAR!"), I was hooked on this new version. :) Anyway, having just got the World of Greyhawk folio a year (?) before, I wanted more! I'm SUPER excited about this new campaign setting. :D Really looking forward to reading it and DM'ing in it. I'm on that Kickstarter like dust on a dwarf (or grime on a gnome, or twigs on an elf, or offal on an orc, ...you get the picture).

Thursday, 29th September, 2016

  • 01:06 PM - Wicht mentioned Mike Myler in post IRON DM 2016! (Sign-up and Scheduling)
    A morning bump and some shout outs.... Last year's competitors that we haven't heard from: LucasC, Wik, MortalPlague, Nifft (who has been a judge) Some other former contestants we haven't heard from: Waylander the Slayer, Radiating Gnome (who has also been a judge), phoamslinger (who has also, also been a judge), UselessTriviaMan, EP, Mike Myler, Dragonwriter, Loonook, steeldragons, Lwaxy, Shoe, howandwhy99, ender_wiggin, FickleGM Again, with a plug, if you haven't done this before, we greatly encourage you to give it a go and throw your hat in the ring. You might be our 2016 Iron DM champion. But you won't know until you try.

Wednesday, 30th March, 2016

  • 06:24 PM - Jediking mentioned Mike Myler in post 5e Race: Slugmen
    I think they seem pretty balanced. The only ability that really sticks out is Magical Harmony. It may be a bit of a dead ability early and a bit powerful after getting items, but as it's your race and your game I doubt it'd be an issue. Mike Myler has a good idea with the scent-based (maybe taste as it fits with the Poison resistance fluff?) Perception/Survival, especially as it works with the +1 Wisdom bump.

Thursday, 16th October, 2014

  • 02:46 PM - Morrus mentioned Mike Myler in post Wanna N.O.W. Preview?
    This is a quick look at the initial draft of the first (intro) chapter of the N.O.W. playtest document. N.O.W. is being written by Mike Myler. 64606

Sunday, 14th July, 2013

  • 02:59 AM - Dragonwriter mentioned Mike Myler in post IRON DM 2013--Entries, Judgements, Commentary, & Trash-Talk
    ...ooking back, I can see how I could have done more with the Point of Origin, like at least making the dungeon created in the same place as the bad guy’s Point of Origin or something useful to manipulate there in the Showdown. I think the biggest thing preying on my mind was the time limit. I knew I wouldn’t have a lot of time in the evening to devote and absolutely none the next morning, so I was really focused on just trying to finish up what was effectively a (maybe) second draft. This also played a large part in me keeping the scope of my scenario much smaller, as I didn’t feel I could comfortably tackle a larger adventure and make it of competitive quality with the time constraints. All that said, I’m glad you enjoyed the style. It was fun to write. :) It might be something I come back and expand upon at some point in the future for one of my games. I will do my best to put your advice to use in my next round. And I’ll make it bigger (the 48 hours will help). :D ……… Mike Myler When I saw how much you got done in those few hours, I was really worried. Your evocative style, clever Asmov Golem rebuilding, and strong mechanical explanations were really well-done, IMO. It was great competing against you, and I hope to see you in the tournament again. :D
  • 02:09 AM - Rune mentioned Mike Myler in post Scheduling for IRON DM 2013!
    Mike Myler and Dragonwriter, judgement for your match has been posted.

Friday, 12th July, 2013

  • 05:34 PM - Rune mentioned Mike Myler in post Scheduling for IRON DM 2013!
    Mike Myler and Dragonwriter, your match has begun.
  • 05:33 PM - Rune mentioned Mike Myler in post IRON DM 2013--Entries, Judgements, Commentary, & Trash-Talk
    Mike Myler and Dragonwriter, you have 24 hours to post your entries to this thread. Please include a 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. Your ingredients are: Point of Origin Transcendence Aberration Death Spiral Sentient Prey Tasteless Joke
  • 05:16 PM - Rune mentioned Mike Myler in post Scheduling for IRON DM 2013!
    Mike Myler and Dragonwriter, if you are both good to go NOW, please confirm!
  • 04:45 PM - Rune mentioned Mike Myler in post Scheduling for IRON DM 2013!
    Dragonwriter and Mike Myler, it looks like we can pull this off! Dragonwriter says that late Monday is a possibility. Would that work for you?

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  • 10:31 PM - Rune mentioned Mike Myler in post Scheduling for IRON DM 2013!
    I'm calling for check-ins on these 24-hour matches because I want to make sure that the contestants see the ingredients (and have time to do something with them.) 'Cause 24 hours can be hard. In your case, we (all three of us) kept missing each other by hours--and I didn't want to take the chance. For the next two matches, though, I'll call for a range of availability and narrow it down with the check-ins. ...Speaking of which: EP Mike Myler Lwaxy would any two of you like to start a match sometime between Wednesday and Sunday? If so, please post your availability--including a range of time that you could begin in.

Saturday, 29th June, 2013

  • 11:03 PM - Rune mentioned Mike Myler in post Scheduling for IRON DM 2013!
    Deuce Traveler Wicht EP Mike Myler MortalPlague Imhotepthewise Lwaxy Keeping in mind that matches during the first round will have a 24 hour time-limit, would any two of you like to kick this off tonight?

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Tuesday, 19th February, 2019

  • 01:52 AM - Saelorn quoted Mike Myler in post Epic Monsters: Cerberus (5E)
    That's what multi-headed monsters get in 5E! Which myth are you thinking of for him being charmed? Orpheus and the flute? I think in that one he puts Cerberus to sleep (which can still happen here it's just hard--you'd have to be some kind of legendary musician to pull that off ;) )I was thinking of Harry Potter, where everyone in Gryffindor - dozens of teens and pre-teens - all managed to pull off the same trick. The Weasley Twins went through at least twice, and neither of them had any notable musical talent. Harry references Orpheus by name.
  • 12:19 AM - dave2008 quoted Mike Myler in post Epic Monsters: Cerberus (5E)
    Very cool! I've got it in my head that somewhere down the line there'll be a Heracles/Hercules build (which needs to be able to handily defeat Cerberus) but if there's GM in need of a sizable underworld guardian this will definitely fit the bill (and would be an *excellent* addition to The River Styx). ^_^ Yep, I thought that might be an issue. Though I don't know that Herakles needs to "handily" defeat Cerberus.

Tuesday, 12th February, 2019

  • 05:56 AM - MechaTarrasque quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tarzan (5E)
    My archetype builds here have been very hit-or-miss so I resisted the urge (although that's definitely ripe territory). The totem you are looking for is tucked away into the last two bullet points of his Rage feature. Not bad choices either! I'd probably go after fighter levels first but if you do give him some rogue pick out a different 3rd level totem (because Cunning Action would make the eagle totem feature redundant). I would probably go tiger.
  • 04:12 AM - Tonguez quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tarzan (5E)
    If you look there's always somebody wanting Thor to have a natural Strength of 27 or whatever. There's usually something useful mentioned though (Tarzan's dad's knife for example!) so I've resisted the urge to include a RAW disclaimer just yet. I went with neutral good because from what I could remember he's a super naturalist with a good-heart. Not necessarily rebellious or spontaneous really, just a "this is the way the world is naturally so that's how I live my life." There's definitely a good argument for chaotic but I didn't see it as a particularly strong one outside of "dislikes society" (hell I dislike society a lot but know that, unfortunately, I am lawful good). Beastmaster was considered aye. From what I could recall though he's usually like, "hey buddy animal, can you do this thing for me?" and the animal is like "yeah I'll do that" as opposed to a commanding thing (the latter being decidedly more beastmaster). Tarzan wasnt chaotic, he didnt fit with civilisation but he...
  • 02:02 AM - Ed Laprade quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tarzan (5E)
    If you look there's always somebody wanting Thor to have a natural Strength of 27 or whatever. There's usually something useful mentioned though (Tarzan's dad's knife for example!) so I've resisted the urge to include a RAW disclaimer just yet. A good point.

Monday, 11th February, 2019

  • 11:01 PM - BookBarbarian quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tarzan (5E)
    Beastmaster was considered aye. From what I could recall though he's usually like, "hey buddy animal, can you do this thing for me?" and the animal is like "yeah I'll do that" as opposed to a commanding thing (the latter being decidedly more beastmaster). He gets a Lion cub to raise later on in his adventures and that lion features in a few adventures, but Beastmaster wouldn't help you unless you're re-fluffing Panthers anyway .Also they function as independents rarely if at all using the coordinated teamwork I'd expect from a Beastmaster. Better to just say he has a lion friend Jad-bal-ja so here is a lion statblock.
  • 10:13 PM - Ed Laprade quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tarzan (5E)
    Unfortunately I don't have time to read the library of Tarzan adventures and it's been a long time since I've ingested any of them--I do have a minute I can spend adding in a dagger! We're up to 30 heresies right now so let me know when we're reaching critical levels. I haven't read them in decades myself, but when I did, it was often. Not saying you shouldn't do this, just that a warning that they aren't going to be the way fans of the characters remember them might be in order.
  • 09:52 PM - BookBarbarian quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Beowulf (5E)
    For rocking Grendel? Yes. I'm thinking Grendel's mother is more CR 16 though and not standard party fare. Oh yeah Grendel's mother was a Monster (pun intended).
  • 09:43 PM - BookBarbarian quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tarzan (5E)
    The totem you are looking for is tucked away into the last two bullet points of his Rage feature. Indeed it is!
  • 08:11 PM - jayoungr quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tarzan (5E)
    I’d love for him to do some more damage—unfortunately RAW the numbers just aren’t there for it unless you want to give him a greatsword (which improves things a bit to about CR 6) but that’s hardly cannon for Tarzan. I notice he's using a bow in one of those pictures. Could you do something with that?

Tuesday, 5th February, 2019

  • 10:59 PM - Aiden_Keller_ quoted Mike Myler in post Epic Monsters: Grendel (5E)
    These Epic Monsters posts are getting a lot of play in Ravenloft ^_^ I also added the Dr. Jekel and Mr. Hyde... Dr. Ulbrek Jekzinkle owns an apothecary shop in The Village of Barovia... He is seeking rare/new materials to use in order to try and cure himself and no longer turn into Mr. Harkus.
  • 10:55 PM - Aiden_Keller_ quoted Mike Myler in post En5ider #255 - Villain Spotlight: Granny Buccus
    There's multiple Madame Eva's it seems (one in World of Warcraft, one in Curse of Strahd) and I'm not familiar with either. I've poked the article's author though and she may have some light to shed on the inspiration for Granny Buccus! Cool...thanks...in a way though...Madame Eva is specific to Strahd...so this Granny Buccus could be used at any time....
  • 08:57 PM - Aiden_Keller_ quoted Mike Myler in post Epic Monsters: Grendel (5E)
    It was notoriously difficult to find a proper image of Grendel (that I can use here). That said--maybe Understandable....I think the bag is still hilarious and now I am considering adding him into my Strahd campaign as the cursed courier...
  • 12:40 AM - dave2008 quoted Mike Myler in post Epic Monsters: Grendel (5E)
    Woot woot! 1) I'm very confident Beowulf would crush Grendel here. Thank you for the link, and I agree - your Beowulf can take Grendel to the woodshed!

Monday, 28th January, 2019

  • 07:10 PM - dave2008 quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tomoe Gozen (5E)
    Quick note for anyone interested: I have a handy, neat, free thingy here with a shinobi background, ninja rogue archetype, and samurai paladin archetype. It was either those or more combat maneuvers and I figured the latter would be more interesting for GMs to use--and they are feats without any ABIs so easy to swap around. Either of those would make good sense for her though (Sharpshooter for sure). I assumed it was something like that - thank you for clarifying!
  • 02:44 PM - Azzy quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Tomoe Gozen (5E)
    Nice article. Armor Class 16 (breastplate) I'd probably go with scale armor, seeing how much of samurai armor of that time period (o-yoroi) was lamellar, but meh it's the same AC.

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Wednesday, 16th January, 2019

  • 11:26 PM - TheCosmicKid quoted Mike Myler in post Mythological Figures: Cleopatra (5E)
    Specifically regarding Cleopatra's skin coloration: whether or not she was white, black, or otherwise is a point of frequent debate among academics and otherwise. Not... really. It's a debate in the same manner that evolution vs. creationism and flat vs. round earth are.


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