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Friday, 23rd November, 2018


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Wednesday, 5th December, 2018

  • 10:05 PM - coldermoss quoted Mercador in post 3 New Official Starfinder Classes Out For Playtesting
    So... Biohacker is the alchemist, Witchwarper is the bard and Vanguard is the Jedi. Am I correct? What I'm getting is that Witchwarpers are like Elizabeth from Bioshock Infinite and Vanguards are like psychic monks. Solarians are Jedi. I agree about the biohacker.

Wednesday, 21st November, 2018


Friday, 16th November, 2018

  • 03:19 AM - Abstruse quoted Mercador in post News Digest: T-Rex Running a D&D Game, Hasbro Entertainment Centers Announced, Essen Spiel Theft Updates, and more!
    I would love to buy myself a gift with the deluxe core set but damn, it's 200 canadian dollars, it's expensive for 3 core books, moreover that I got already one of them, plus I play Pathfinder, not 5E. Argh :'( There's plenty of changes to get discounts. Seasonal sales, membership discounts, and others. I don't want necessarily to point you to Amazon because local game stores also need the business, but it's usually much cheaper on there (last I checked, Amazon's price on the set was about US$105 while the retail price is $169.99). Or...well, it is a gift set. Make people aware you're interested and they may get it for you. Add it to your wishlist, you never know. Just remember, the mass market version is just the standard covers. The version in the picture I used is the deluxe edition available only in hobby stores. The listing on Amazon I linked to goes to a hobby game store who is selling it on Amazon, not from Amazon itself. (This is the same loophole that allowed Magic: The Gathering card...

Saturday, 10th November, 2018

  • 05:46 PM - Xaelvaen quoted Mercador in post Ravnica & Dungeon of the Mad Mage Are In Stores Today!
    On 5 stars? As for D&D Beyond's formatting, absolutely 5 stars. As for the contents of the book, that's a bit trickier. I only bought it for the setting flavor, so I completely glossed over the player options for the most part, and I'm far from finished reading everything about the setting. Absolutely a solid 4 stars from me thus far, however.

Thursday, 25th October, 2018


Sunday, 21st October, 2018

  • 12:48 AM - Kramodlog quoted Mercador in post Ravnica Table of Contents & More
    So if I was expecting a lore book, I'll be dissappointed? I'm not MtG connoisseur. Magic the Gathering lore? Yeah. You'll be disappointed. There is a rich history on Dominaria and many other planes that compose the MtG universe. There are many story arcs often linked to cards blocks. Just trying to explain how the Phyrixians tried to invade Dominaria and the aftermath would take days. From MtG's history you could make a dozen monster manuels. Saprolings, thrulls, slivers, ball lightning, Serra Angels, Sengir Vampires, stats for the three Eldrazi, stats for Yagmoth as a demi-god, stats for Nicol Bolas... Just those would be awesome. Planewalking explained, would be great. Every MtG players are supposed to be a planewalker and there are plenty of planewalkers who are important NPCs. Urza comes to mind. Then there are the magical items and artifacts. Dakkon's Black Blade, the Weatherlight, the Mirari, icy manipulators, sol rings, irory towers, Zuran orbs... There are special plac...

Friday, 31st August, 2018


Monday, 20th August, 2018

  • 01:44 PM - delericho quoted Mercador in post Acquiring books (but not reading them)?
    Does it ring a bell to some of you? Sort of. Since the dawn of 3e, I'm made the effort to at least read every RPG book I've purchased, no matter how tortuous the writing may be. However, the fraction of the material that has actually seen use is minuscule. And despite that, and despite having had a set of shelves literally collapse under the weight, I'm still having a hard time reconciling myself to getting rid of some of those books that have never (and will never) seen use. :)

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