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Wednesday, 10th October, 2018

  • 03:23 PM - Jester David mentioned Paragon Lost in post Kobold Press's Margreve Kickstarter
    Wow, ninjaed. Didn't see they added PDFs over the weekend. But did get the newsletter that mentioned PDFs being added. I'm backer 755 now, because I said I wasn't because they didn't have PDFs. CrimsonCarcharodon, 77IM, Slighted, Matthan, Azhmodai, Rl'Halsinor, Pravus, Dire Bare, Paragon Lost, Zaukrie, Ghost2020? Did you see? Have you got your pledge in yet?

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Monday, 18th March, 2019


Friday, 15th March, 2019

  • 06:14 AM - KentDT quoted Paragon Lost in post Bree-Land Region Guide: A Review
    Thanks for the information. :) I pre-ordered and just received the physical copy in Japan last week. I'd imagine that if you oder it direct from them, it's in stock now and can be sent right away. Their web-site tends to be a little out of date.

Thursday, 14th March, 2019

  • 09:42 PM - Enevhar Aldarion quoted Paragon Lost in post Bree-Land Region Guide: A Review
    Any one know of a release date? When I've checked on their website it's been rather vague and this article didn't mention one either. Physical is still in pre-order status, I think, but the PDF is available now if you pre-order the physical book.

Wednesday, 28th November, 2018

  • 06:28 PM - jmucchiello quoted Paragon Lost in post Ability Check Criticals
    Which is entirely your choice within the game that you run. Personally I enjoy critical hits and failures and that's how it's played at my place. No matter how many times you quote the rules. But do you allow Persuasion crits to turn an enemy into the party's best bud? If you enjoy that kind of thing, that's great for you. But I don't enjoy it. No persuasion roll is going to make the Ancient Red Dragon decide not to incinerate a band of thieves in their den. The dragon my toy with the thieves because of the roll. But unless they have something more to offer than an attempt at seduction, they are getting fried in the end. But there are tables were a single Persuasion crit turns that evil red dragon into the party's pet dragon. That's the badwrongfun I was referring to. And I don't mean it condescendingly. I mean such play unfun to ME and I would prefer not to play at that table.

Tuesday, 27th November, 2018

  • 05:09 AM - 5ekyu quoted Paragon Lost in post Ability Check Criticals
    It's because you posted more than once in the thread, pointing out not liking it and pointing out the RAW. It's the only reason I posted to you, you were coming off like one of those "If it's not by the rules as written sorts then it's wrong. Again, if you have problems with the PDF rules for that product not allowing auto-success and just limiting itself to "add-on" effects - you should take that to the author, not folks who mention it in discussions with others. No amount of attitude directed at me will change one pixel in that PDF (cuz its not mine) for you to make it any less offensive to your playstyle sensitivity meter. I do not see how my preferences would be a challenge to your playstyle either but hey... to each their own outrage.
  • 04:38 AM - 5ekyu quoted Paragon Lost in post Ability Check Criticals
    Which is entirely your choice within the game that you run. Personally I enjoy critical hits and failures and that's how it's played at my place. No matter how many times you quote the rules. Well, thanks for the snack of attitude there at the end. I was just pointing out to the poster who was commenting on how they did not go for the auto-success on 20 bit that it actually was not part of this particular product - the ENW PDF on ability crits. If somehow you took that as a challenge to your playstyle, I suggest you take it up with the author, not me.

Monday, 15th October, 2018

  • 02:11 AM - talien quoted Paragon Lost in post Paizo News Roundup: Heroes of Undarin, Pathfinder Society 2, Starfinder Alien Archive 2, Return of the Runelords
    "Letís start with what youíre probably most interested in, the latest updates for the Pathfinder Playtest. Part 5 of the Playtest update has been released, and with it the newest adventure test: The Heroes of Undarin! The adventure itself will see heroes exploring the Worldwound of Glorantha, something that requires very special instructions and even more special characters." I think you mean Golarion and not Glorantha, since you're talking about Pathfinder's world and not Runequest's world. :) My bad, I didn't catch this...fixed and thank you for pointing it out!

Sunday, 14th October, 2018

  • 04:28 AM - GreyLord quoted Paragon Lost in post Dragon Reflections #14 - Dungeons & Dragons Divided!
    Most of us went from DnD to Advanced DnD 1st Edition and didn't really give Basic DnD a glance back then honestly. That sounds about par for the course. I think the later comment about those who came in during the 80s also holds validity though. I've heard many comments from people about how they got their start with B/X or BECMI, or started with one of those Basic sets and applied the Basic rules to AD&D character classes and monsters as they played.
  • 02:13 AM - Polyhedral Columbia quoted Paragon Lost in post Others of us stuck with BECMI D&D
    Most of us went from DnD to Advanced DnD 1st Edition and didn't really give Basic DnD a glance back then honestly. "Most of us" refers to those of you who were of the generation who cut their teeth on OD&D and AD&D in the mid-to-late-seventies. The situation was different for those us from the next generation who began gaming around the time of the "golden year" of 1983. The release of the first three Mentzer boxed sets simultaneously in 1983 (Red Box Basic, Blue Box Expert, and Aqua Box Companion) birthed a fairly large segment of gamers which stayed with BECMI D&D all the way till the end of its run in the 1990s. I was one of those. Born in 1974, I was too young to have experienced the OD&D and the early AD&D era. I remember when I was a little kid, my two older cousins (who were girls!) once guided me through a Basic D&D adventure (in retrospect this was the Moldvay set), but I didn't understand it. Fast forward a few years...the Red Box was magic to me. I admired the Easley-cover AD&D hardbac...

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