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Friday, 21st September, 2018

  • 10:20 PM - LordEntrails quoted vpuigdoller in post …Wait till you see Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage (Spelljammer?)
    This makes it look like this is more of an adventure through Undermountain rather than a complete guidebook on it (which I didn't think could be done in a single book anyway). This makes me a bit less excited about it, honestly. Still excited, but less so. I guess I'll have to collate all the previous material myself to have a complete conversion of the entire Undermountain. Yes, DotMM won't be exhaustive. A single book can't detail it. It's in the neighborhood of 4000-6000 unique locations. Even at 4 rooms per page that's over 1000 pages. This looks very promising and I can't wait to read thru it. @machineelf Maybe they offer a map of the Undermountain level and a short adventure to run in it? Nope. They will offer partial maps of all 23 levels. According to comments on the SoME, they will be leaving much of each level unmapped. Well, Undermountain is 8 or 9 main levels, and multiple sub-levels. It's HUGE. I thought they had made the claim that this book would cover all of the levels. I to...
  • 03:59 PM - Reynard quoted vpuigdoller in post …Wait till you see Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage (Spelljammer?)
    Yah you are right I get what you mean. It seems at most it will be a quick gazeteer.Exhaustively detailing something like Undermountain is counter productive I think. Huge sprawling megadungeons are supposed to have room for whatever the DM decides to include.
  • 03:23 PM - machineelf quoted vpuigdoller in post …Wait till you see Waterdeep: Dungeon of the Mad Mage (Spelljammer?)
    This looks very promising and I can't wait to read thru it. @machineelf Maybe they offer a map of the Undermountain level and a short adventure to run in it? Well, Undermountain is 8 or 9 main levels, and multiple sub-levels. It's HUGE. I thought they had made the claim that this book would cover all of the levels. I took that to mean, it would cover them all exhaustively, which frankly would be impossible in a single book without cutting major corners. It looks like it's going to be more of an adventure that gives you a little glimpse of each level, but isn't going to be a sourcebook of the entire Undermountain. I still think the adventure should be fun (hopefully), but it isn't quite what I was hoping for. Ah well. https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/forgottenrealms/images/f/f6/Undermountain-Profile.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20100218032659

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Tuesday, 24th July, 2018

  • 03:21 PM - robus quoted vpuigdoller in post What do you want to see in Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica?
    The dndbeyond video says colors are abstractions related to alignment, the example they give is that if a guild is red white, they are very passionate but seek order. Also the guilds are going to be backgrounds that will grant you skills, contacts etc. In other words both color and guilds are going to be represented by a new set of backgrounds. I was glad to see that.
  • 02:48 PM - gyor quoted vpuigdoller in post What do you want to see in Guildmaster's Guide to Ravnica?
    The dndbeyond video says colors are abstractions related to alignment, the example they give is that if a guild is red white, they are very passionate but seek order. Also the guilds are going to be backgrounds that will grant you skills, contacts etc. In other words both color and guilds are going to be represented by a new set of backgrounds. But more expensive backgrounds, with more far reaching effects, that why I think they added in elements of AL factions to these backgrounds.

Monday, 23rd July, 2018


Sunday, 22nd July, 2018

  • 11:32 PM - neogod22 quoted vpuigdoller in post Ravnica: Is This The New D&D Setting? [UPDATED & CONFIRMED!]
    I think the mana colors are better ha dled either by backgrounds, factions or feats than actual magical mechanics.I feel like there should be something to the colors. If you're in a red/green guild, and you use red magic, you should maybe get some kind of bonus, like maybe +1 to your spell DC.

Friday, 20th July, 2018

  • 01:20 PM - James Gray1 quoted vpuigdoller in post The Witcher Cover, Art, Info & Q&A Announced!
    Looks interesting, how does this system works? The system is a modified form of the Fuzion system. You can find a basic version of those rules as a free download at the R. Talsorian website. While they have been heavily adapted for Witcher, the download will give you some idea of it.

Friday, 29th June, 2018


Monday, 28th May, 2018

  • 10:30 PM - Jay Verkuilen quoted vpuigdoller in post Flipping the Table: Did Removing Miniatures Save D&D?
    My friends and I play online using roll20 and we do use maps and tokens but we didnt before when we played in person. We tried it theater when we switched but was very confusing for majority of the group. I have heard from other groups that when they switched to online gaming they had to start using maps and tokens as well too idk. I agree. I never played with minis back in the old days. College apartments, not enough money, lack of artistic talent, etc., meant we had few. I did get a bunch of metal painted by a talented guy I knew who did it for a reasonable cost in the 3.5 days and still have some of those. Even so, minis were optional, though they definitely helped a lot. What we did start doing in the mid '90s a lot was the paper tactical map or battlemap done with markers and maybe a few tokens. A piece of paper, a pencil, and some quick sketches went a long way to establishing the nature of the situation and as time went on the call of "can I get a tactical?" became more common. What we...

Thursday, 3rd May, 2018

  • 07:01 PM - Staffan quoted vpuigdoller in post "Stream of Many Eyes" -- WotC To Announce New Storyline In June
    Replying to the person who said a wizard with reflavored spells is good enough as a psion, I agree. A reflavored sorcerer also does the job and a reflavored Eldricht Knight can also fill in For the Battle Mind. I am not in favor of the premise of psionics not been magic in worlds fuled by magic. A reskinned wizard or sorcerer with appropriate spell selection could make a reasonable psion for a one-shot or something, but they don't have the depth needed to be a proper class.

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Wednesday, 21st March, 2018

  • 01:06 PM - Ratskinner quoted vpuigdoller in post Is Spelljammer Coming To D&D 5E?
    I wasn't expecting Spelljammer at all. To be honest I expected Eberron or Greyhawk even Nentir Vale first. Well heck maybe we are getting all of them/I would have Planescape, if they wanted something in the multiversal realm. I would not have expected Greyhawk, Dragonlance, or Nentir Vale. We already have a "generic" prime setting. A splashy dip into an oldie needs to be different and avoid stepping on toes. Eberron, maybe Darksun might have also worked. IMO, etc etc.

Wednesday, 14th March, 2018

  • 03:14 AM - cbwjm quoted vpuigdoller in post Midgard 5e campaign setting
    My box haven't arrived yet. I haven't got the world book pdf either. Does any of you have recieved the world book pdf?I haven't received the notification for the world book pdf yet. I believe the last notification that came from them was that they sent out the heroes handbook pdf details to stress test their servers. We should be receiving it soon.

Thursday, 8th March, 2018

  • 12:25 AM - Charlaquin quoted vpuigdoller in post From 7 Action Types To Pathfinder 2's New 3 Action Economy
    In the glasscanon podcast i loved when the wizard casted. One action for each component. Verbal one action, somatic one action. The fact that there are spells with one component only (one action) allowed for two spells casted. Very dynamic I like it. Harder spells with verbal, somatic and material component will probably consume all three actions. And with those one-action spells, you can choose between casting two such spells and moving, or one of them, moving, and attacking something with a weapon, casting one such spell and a regular two-action spell... I am loving all the possible combinations!


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