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    Tuesday, 19th June, 2018, 03:58 PM
    I was think more along the the lines of Talisid and his Companions, and entities of similar stature
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    Tuesday, 19th June, 2018, 02:00 AM
    I wasn't suggesting there is no difference in ranks among gods. I just don't think they refer to themselves as "greater gods" They just are, it doesn't need to be said. Just like in 3e, I don't think a god would say I am divine rank 11. They just are and it is understood by all gods. Not in my game. I've never liked the concept of overgods and AO in particular.
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    Tuesday, 19th June, 2018, 01:56 AM
    That is correct, but the Pol setting was not so construed. In addition, the ECG doesn't make any distinction between gods, greater gods, and exarchs. And of course dark sun has its own thing too. I think the important thing here is that it is fluid. There is not one official way to describe deities. Just like 4e, I think 5e has the default approach (DMG, MM, MToF), but then there is the...
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    Tuesday, 19th June, 2018, 01:40 AM
    I agree, in those terms "intermediate" god is a bit clunky. However, I think the categories lesser, intermediate, greater are of mortal creation / use and gods do not see themselves that way. A god would never declare itself a greater god, it just refers to itself as a god. I just like having something between greater and lesser. Just to big of a jump for me.
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    Tuesday, 19th June, 2018, 01:34 AM
    The 1e Deities and Demigods listed: demigods, lesser gods, & greater gods. It also had some powerful monsters that were god-like (could kill gods), but were not actually gods.
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 09:36 PM
    I perfectly understand the "official" 5e stance, I just don't agree with it. Adding intermediate gods is one of the few ways I deviate from 1e and accept the 2e (?) / 3e approach to deities. Of course, intermediate could exist, as you note below. These are fluid things, that can change on a designers whim. I was unclear and being a bit cheeky (thus the winking smiley face). I understand...
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 09:07 PM
    Not quite, there are two types of gods described in the WotC DMG. That doesn't mean there are only 2 types of gods ;)
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 07:56 PM
    In 5e, titans go up to at least CR 30, so they can revival lesser gods (tiamat) in power at least. So I think it is safe to say they are among the strongest.
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 07:54 PM
    I was listing how I view them, not how WotC views them. To be honest I am only passingly interested in the "official" description. I make note of it, ascertain if it is useful to me or not and move on. I was listing what works for me. Different settings have different status. She is still a god in the 4e PoL setting. Just like some have pointed out that Asmo is still a god in FR. ...
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 06:13 PM
    I don't like that idea at all. I prefer to have related groups (like archfey, archfiends, primordials, etc.) that share some characteristics, but could have a broad range of power. Now I am also adding epic ranks that are another layer on top of that (a way to measure power between different groups), and perhaps closer to what you are talking about. So what I have is something like: ...
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 06:05 PM
    I think Quasi deities should be a thing apart. These are all things that have god like power, but are not gods. So you would have 1) Gods: demigod - lesser god - intermediate god - greater god; with a clear rank going from weakest to strongest 2) Quasi-deities: vestiges, titans, archfiends, archmentals, primordials, arcjhfey, etc.; with no clear rank between the categories
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 03:24 PM
    He can be whatever you want. I was just asking for interpretation on the specific 5e text. IF someone started with 5e and this is all they had, this is what Asmo would be to them. I will need to look through MToF to see if it provided any update to his nature.
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 01:54 PM
    4e, and to some extent 5e, have different game philosphies. The stat block in 4e was not intended to represent everything a god (or monster for that matter) could do. Just what what they thought would be useful in combat. In 4e gods have the powers and abilities the DM wants them to have, they are not restricted by a stat block. That is the approach I take for 5e too. Personally, I love a...
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 01:45 PM
    He is an archdevil in 5e lore. He has power equivalent to a lesser god in 5e lore, but he is not a god. EDIT: In the MM is is a little ambiguous, but I read as not a god, but worshiped as one? What do you think:
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    Monday, 18th June, 2018, 01:39 PM
    Not in my game ;) Devils and Demons aren't trying to become gods in my game. They have power equivalent to gods, so what is the point. Asmodeus has the power of an intermediate god (I still use 3 tiers of godhood) in my game and so does Demogorgon. But Demogorgon is slightly more powerful than Asmodeus, just like 1e. I do like some historical context :) Personally, I pretty much ignore...
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    Friday, 15th June, 2018, 11:27 PM
    Demogorgon wins because i, the DM, say so ;) However, by the 5e stat block demogorgon is very underpowered. They had a chance to correct this in MToF, but they went the otherway for some reason. Personally, I default to the 1e statblock when I rank relative power of fiends and then go from their. So we have: Demogorgon - Asmodeus - Orucs (a rather distant 3rd)
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    Thursday, 14th June, 2018, 05:47 PM
    Hit Points
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    Thursday, 14th June, 2018, 01:36 PM
    Yes, but just not more dice.
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    Thursday, 14th June, 2018, 02:17 AM
    I like them a lot - good work. It is creative to make dragon's tougher without resorting to more HP, more damage, and more magic. Of course, I still like my dragons with more HP and more damage ;)
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    Saturday, 9th June, 2018, 04:33 PM
    I am pretty sure that only applies to the BM builds in the spreadsheet.
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    Friday, 8th June, 2018, 01:59 PM
    I would love to get a colossal (or larger) Tiamat. The official ones are way to small. I ended up buying a custom "5-headed dragon" that I am in the very slow process of modifying to look more like the official Tiamat. This one is over 18" tall, so the size feels about right.
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    Thursday, 7th June, 2018, 06:26 PM
    I haven't seen this posted yet, so I thought I would. Issue 21 of Dragon+ w/ a Waterdeep: Dragon Heist preview is up: http://www.dragonmag.com/5.0/#!/article/116511/103638140?loadFresh=true&title=20_01_Issue%2020%20Cover Includes: Waterdeep: Dragon Heist Preview Interviews: Stream of Many Eyes D&D Classic: Welcome to Waterdeep by Ed Greenwood Paint by Numbers: Troll on the Loose...
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    Thursday, 7th June, 2018, 03:34 PM
    From your response I don't think we are talking about the same things. I think our definitions of "broken abilities" may be different. What is your point, but I am not sure what your trying to illustrate with your example. So what are you calling broken abilities? From my perspective there is no such thing as a broken ability on the monster / NPC side, if the result falls within the CR...
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    Wednesday, 6th June, 2018, 10:53 PM
    I god or avatar can be an unwinnable and not have broken abilities. Just because you give it stats doesn't mean it has to be beatable by PCs. I can only assume your are talking conceptually here, because this avatar is not an unwinnable fight. I haven't personally checked the math or balance, but I don't see anything on quick glance with this avatar that is broken or unwinnable. In fact, I am...
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    Wednesday, 6th June, 2018, 01:23 PM
    They did. Both gods and primordials got stats in 4e.
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    Wednesday, 6th June, 2018, 01:14 PM
    I will check it out! Yep, I got a little burned out myself and I am taking the summer off before I revise all of them (and add some) for the 2nd drafts. I look forward to what you come up with. Good to know :) Yes, my 2nd drafts will pull back into BA more closely. I found a method to make gods more powerful without just giving them higher numbers and thus destroying BA. That...
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    Tuesday, 5th June, 2018, 09:07 PM
    As always, thank you. Also, a couple of thoughts: I was surprised you didn't go with Bard at all. From what you wrote about her it seems performance was a big part of her charm. And I assumed Bard (perhaps all Bard) before I read the stat block. It also seems Cha might have been her max. stat.
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    Monday, 4th June, 2018, 12:31 PM
    I don't know that D&D needs such a supplement, but it seems like a good idea. I would break it down by setting: Part 1 - A Multiverse of Players Chapter 1 Greyhawk: players options Chapter 2 Eberon: players options Chapter 3 Darksun: players options Chapter 4 Planescape: players options etc. Part 2 - A Multiverse of Worlds
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    Sunday, 3rd June, 2018, 09:18 PM
    So many people miss that point.
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    Sunday, 3rd June, 2018, 09:15 PM
    Corellon has always been trans so I kinda assumed all elves had this trait somewhat. From 1e Deities and Demigods:
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    Sunday, 3rd June, 2018, 06:45 PM
    Yes, I plan to stat Alastor and the dark eight at some point. In 5e, if you max the HP it changes the CR. Along with the unique weapons, and other tidbits, I think a unique statblock is warranted. You seem very interested in the devils, would like to help contribute to this project? Either by making some stat blocks or updating (no copying) some lore? I want to eventually add lore to all...
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    Sunday, 3rd June, 2018, 05:58 PM
    I pretty much always go back to 1e, since that is the edition I grew up with. I didn't play 2e or 3e, jumped back in with 4e and continued with 5e. I tried to make these epic monsters have something from all editions, but I definitely prioritize 1e. I don't have #75 or 76, but I do have issue 400 which reprinted those articles (with the 1e stat blocks) by Ed. So I think I am covered, but I...
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    Sunday, 3rd June, 2018, 03:31 PM
    I would think his hellfire is Charisma based. I agree about Asmodeus, I will have to get that added in the next updated.
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    Sunday, 3rd June, 2018, 12:49 PM
    As it is written the answer would be no. However, these are first drafts and to streamline the process I made a decision to not worry about bonus damage to spells. In the 2nd drafts I will take this into account and I would definitely add charisma modifier to Mephisto's cold damage for innately cast spells, not sure about his spell slots. I would probably say yes for Asmo's innately cast...
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    Saturday, 2nd June, 2018, 04:22 PM
    WotC product page says 1-5: http://dnd.wizards.com/products/tabletop-games/rpg-products/dragonheist
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    Saturday, 2nd June, 2018, 03:08 PM
    If I understand correctly the adventure for levels 1-5 and it is 256 pages. They also mentioned new urban environment rules. It seems to me this is as much, if not more, and urban adventure book with a starter adventure thrown in than a proper adventure path. Now that may not be your thing, but it seem to be to a potentially really useful supplement. I know I struggle to handle urabn...
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    Saturday, 2nd June, 2018, 02:58 PM
    Thank you for another great entry!
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    Saturday, 2nd June, 2018, 01:50 AM
    It it your bedtime?
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    Friday, 1st June, 2018, 06:51 PM
    dave2008 replied to Feat Points
    Good point - I've got to stop derailing threads!
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    Friday, 1st June, 2018, 12:45 PM
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    I have yet to have any player use math to make a character choice. Of course I have only had 14 players in 30+ years of playing :)
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    Thursday, 31st May, 2018, 11:32 AM
    OK, I am break this down a little It doesn't matter if you think they were weak or not, they had stats for gods, including greater gods. The heads of pantheons had 400 hp (2x as much as demogorgon) and a host of class levels and other abilites. Heck, Thor's hammmer did 100 damage on a hit (+ strength bonus). This is incorrect (for 5e). Lesser gods can specifically be stated in 5e...
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    Thursday, 31st May, 2018, 01:53 AM
    I don't agree with this. I firmly believe a god can have stats and be an unwinnable fight for mortals. It is kind of a foundation of D&D actually. 1e had stats for Gods, 3e had stats for gods, 4e had stats for gods, and 5e has stats for gods. 1e, 3e, & 4e (debatable) had stats for greater gods, but apparently that will not be a thing in 5e.
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    Thursday, 31st May, 2018, 01:47 AM
    Very cool, and thank you for sharing. If your interested I have some first drafts of epic monsters, including gods, over at my 5e Epic Monster Updates thread. There are over 150 epic level monsters. Those first drafts are not RAW, but RAW adjacent ;) I was trying to compensate for some of the flaws I believe are inherent with high level monsters. Ultimately I don't think it was completely...
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    Thursday, 31st May, 2018, 01:42 AM
    I have Bane, Tiamat, and Maglubiyet over at my 5e Epic Monster Updates thread, so I would prefer he/she take a stab at some of the others. :)
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    Wednesday, 30th May, 2018, 12:08 AM
    Personally I love it. If anything it is going to fast for me! With the current pace it gives me time and room to tinker with a whole host of ideas without much worry it will be sidelined by "official" content. And my players are still on their first 5e characters (and we switched when 5e came out), so I can't imaging getting through all the material that is already available. So I guess, I...
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    Tuesday, 29th May, 2018, 10:25 PM
    However, if you want to achieve certain behaviours in the party, it is important that the players know the rest rules you are using so that they can make decisions based on the consequences they will be expecting. Thats why I want to have some clear rules to my own party at least. If they know they will hardly recover anything while travelling through the wilderness, a single random encounter...
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    Tuesday, 29th May, 2018, 10:16 PM
    I like your proposal to have some randomness attached to the Wary and Interrupted Rest. I was initially thinking to have it as a percentage of the whole, but some randomness would make sense considering that you might have had a bad or good sleep in these dangerous environments. /Myrhdraak
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    Tuesday, 29th May, 2018, 12:10 PM
    We haven't had an balance problems in our group with multiclassing. But my group doesn't really optimize or power game so that may be a factor.
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    Monday, 28th May, 2018, 08:33 PM
    I just finished the official 1st version of my Dungeon Master Tools for PC. www.monsterworkbench.com I would love any feedback/comments. It is 100% free so enjoy! PS. Read the installation file if you have issues installing.
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    Monday, 28th May, 2018, 11:59 AM
    You may find that multiclassing becomes more prevalent, but their shouldn't be any balance issues.
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    Monday, 28th May, 2018, 04:21 AM
    Though I agree with your general point, in JP the implication is that they did indeed change sex like some amphibians and fish can / do.
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    Sunday, 27th May, 2018, 04:01 PM
    Thank you for the link! Unfortunately, it was, for me, a bit of disappointing read. They basically read like demons to me (or how I treat demons). Maybe if a review their PF stat blocks it will clue me in more to their differences. Maybe 4e had it right and we should just combine demons and daemons in more than just pronunciation. .
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    Sunday, 27th May, 2018, 03:55 PM
    But that particular discussion was all about pathfinder daemons, that is why a pointed it out. So you are saying that in mid discussion you switched from discussing pathfinder daemons to D&D yugoloths? I see now that you did indeed use the term yugoloth when responding to the daemon discussion. I just thought you mixed the names, but you mixed the response. That makes sense - it happens. :)
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    Sunday, 27th May, 2018, 01:47 PM
    But you said this: "They want to destroy the universe and then ultimately themselves when there is nothing left." in post #55. So which is it? Get rich or destroy everything or get rich to destroy?
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    Sunday, 27th May, 2018, 01:28 PM
    When building my own adventures I see the flexibility of being able to break up the adventuring day into 3 or up to 9 encounters with my 4.5 Edition changes. However, one thing that I still feel is quite inflexible is the definition of the Extended Rest. I think it would provide a lot more control to the DM and adventure designer if you had more rest options, or "levels" of rest to play with. ...
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    Saturday, 26th May, 2018, 09:15 PM
    I think perhaps you misunderstood me (or I wasn't clear), I was arguing against it being medieval or Catholic. Regarding the grid, I don't know if devils and demons (what we were discussing) were separated simply to fill the grid or not, but that was not what we were discussing.
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    Saturday, 26th May, 2018, 07:06 PM
    I had a similar impression, that was why I mentioned literary tradition.
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    Saturday, 26th May, 2018, 02:30 PM
    Did it, I'm not so sure. Is that idea really even Christian. I am not a biblical scholar, but the Christian Hell doesn't seem to be particularly ordered. That concept has been layered on by literary tradition. Now, if your saying D&D is part of that literary tradition - I get it. But I don't think it is a simple cause and effect.
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    Saturday, 26th May, 2018, 02:23 PM
    Thank you for the clarification. I didn't buy that one back in the day - the name threw me off and I thought it was for a different game! I do remember looking through my friends copy, but that is not the same. Of course I have it now, I just didn't realize it was published before the MM2.
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    Saturday, 26th May, 2018, 12:35 PM
    That is not D&D lore at all really. In D&D devils collect souls to increase their power mostly I believe
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    Saturday, 26th May, 2018, 12:32 PM
    FYI, Daemons are in the 1e MM2 not the Fiend Folio.
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    Saturday, 26th May, 2018, 04:51 AM
    I fail to see what is so "awesome" about this lore, but to each his/her own I guess. Personally, I prefer the 1e MM entries that only give you the slightest morsels of lore, leaving the rest to your imagination.
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    Friday, 25th May, 2018, 09:17 PM
    Maybe they do, but just haven't gotten to it yet. Personally I love contradicting lore, so I hope they use bits of all editions.
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    Friday, 25th May, 2018, 09:14 PM
    Stop your 2e and GoG propganda! There is: "...but a single daemon master and lord of the Middle Planes. Known by the title of oinodaemon, he is a unique individual of great power. The present oinodaemon is Anthraxus the Decayed, and it is to him that all daemons (in theory) pay homage." ;)
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    Friday, 25th May, 2018, 09:02 PM
    I would be careful assuming that bit about Asmo and the Hags is canon. I don't recall how it was written in 5e, but 4e was pretty good about saying something to the effect of: "this is one version of the story." By doing so they left themselves some wiggle room.
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    Wednesday, 23rd May, 2018, 04:16 PM
    My take on the problem is the inflexibility of the long rest definition. I think it would be better if the resource recovery was tied to how "restful" the long rest Maybe full recovery only can be gained at a safe tavern in town. Being on the road, having guards in place will reduce recovery. Having the rest interrupted by battle means no or only a small recovery. This way even a few encounters...
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    Wednesday, 23rd May, 2018, 02:45 AM
    Welcome! You have come to the right place. What type of advice are you looking for?
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  • 12:10 AM - SkidAce mentioned dave2008 in post Deity Ranks: Quasideities, Lesser Deities, Greater Deities
    I mostly agree with dave2008 on things like this, however I abhor the word "intermediate god". "I am a greater god fools!" certainly rolls off the tongue well enough. And even "Sadly, it is beyond my power as I am but a lessor god." can be made to work. But "We intermediate gods are not allowed to manifest on the prime" sound like blech. :D

Sunday, 13th May, 2018

  • 01:35 AM - SkidAce mentioned dave2008 in post 5e Immortal Rules
    Glad you found it dave2008, the ideas, concepts and flavor definitely separates mortals from gods. Make sure to read the intro story about Set, as an example of the difference. The "excel" calculations of power levels? Yeah, maybe not.....but it was how we did things back in the day...

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  • 08:15 PM - robus mentioned dave2008 in post Disintegrate vs Forcecage
    Why does Yeenoghu need to blast his way out. Can't he just teleport out. It will require a Cha save, but Yeenoghu has a really high one. While Yeenoghu has access to the actual teleport spell. I gave all Demon Lords access to a short range teleport as an action to prevent tactics like this. (Though only Graz'zt can use it as a legendary action.) Even if you don't give Yeenoghu this he still has a 1/day teleport he can use to escape and if by chance he does fail the save he has legendary resistance. I should have specified that I'm using dave2008's beefed 5e monsters. His version of Yeenoghu has Disintegrate instead of Teleport. But you're right that some limited teleport would be a good addition for Demon Lords.

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Tuesday, 27th February, 2018

  • 09:01 PM - Quickleaf mentioned dave2008 in post Tomb of Annihilation - Moral Question
    ...neral consumption because I've seen lots of DMs who get hung up on 'staying true' to fluff in some way. I just want to reiterate that you don't need to. When you sit behind the DM screen it becomes your story, and for many that's the appeal of DMing in the first place. I think I've found something that will work for me... The atropal is Kyuss, The Worm That Walks, who is supposed to herald destruction of the world by undead. While reading some of the Adventurer's League material for ToA, I stumbled on DDAL07-06 Fester and Burn where spawns of Kyuss appear without any explanation. That seemed weird, so I checked Kyuss' wiki entry (linked above) and found non-canonical information placing him in Chult – this was from Paizo's Age of Worms adventure path apparently – where he's described as a fallen prophet of Mezro. Having never used Kyuss, I read more, learning that he sought godhood but his ritual was stopped...which seems to match the conception of an atropal you gave dave2008. Non-Canonical Background According to legend Kyuss was an extremely powerful tabaxi (AD&D Chultan tribe, not cat-people, yeah it's confusing) and a charismatic prophet in Mezro who led his cult out of that city in -653 DR after persecution from the mainstream followers of Ubtao. He wanted to become an obscure deity of the Chultan Peninsula. Kyuss and his followers founded the religious city of Kuluth-Mar in the Chultengar. His cultists discovered ancient metal plates that foretold the future and confirmed every prophecy that Kyuss had ever made. Kyuss was personally visited by his god, Jergal, who gave him a gift of a single green worm and tutored the man in the ways of necromancy[6] He began experimenting on the undead, creating such horrors as the Kyuss worm, the spawn of Kyuss and the avolakia. At this time, he gained the services of the red dragon, Dragotha, who he transformed into a dracolich to serve as his general of his undead host. He created a cult around the dogma...

Wednesday, 24th January, 2018

  • 05:53 PM - DM Dave1 mentioned dave2008 in post Survivor D&D Villains- IGGWILV WINS!
    Acererak 20 Asmodeus 20 Bargle 16 Demogorgon 20 Graz'zt 21 Iggwilv 20 Iuz 22 King Snurre 20 Lolth 20 Lord Soth 22 Orcus 18 Rary 12 Szass Tam 20 Strahd von Zarovich 17 Tharizdun 22 Tiamat 20*+1 = 21 - fond memories from the D&D cartoon of my youth - which I have no interest in revisiting as an adult to possibly ruin those fond memories. Vecna 17 - 2 = 15 - who leaves their eye and hand laying around for just about anyone to trip over? Sloppy. Venger 20 Vlaakith 20 Warduke 12 Xanathar 20 Zargon 19 *corrected from +2 given by @dave2008

Tuesday, 23rd January, 2018


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Wednesday, 3rd January, 2018

  • 06:13 PM - SkidAce mentioned dave2008 in post 5e EPIC MONSTER UPDATES
    dave2008 , So I was considering kaiju.... The first one the players met was a colossal ankylosaur , and I had it indifferent to any attacks or spells. More of a set piece with discover-able weaknesses etc. Your colossal constructs have interesting traits, any thoughts on "set piece" gigantic monsters versus "hard to defeat" ? Looking for ideas before we recreate the rest of the kaiju for that area of the world.

Monday, 6th November, 2017

  • 09:05 PM - Eric V mentioned dave2008 in post Is 5e Basically Becoming Pathfinder 2e?
    Remember the old Skills and Powers books? I see that as being more along dave2008 's idea of min/maxing: You could take all sorts of disadvantages to earn more points to increase HD, Thac0, etc. Using the best weapon, prioritizing a certain stat (like Dex!), choosing fireball...this is more about efficiency over flavour (though they don't necessarily lack flavour, they are the more obvious choices).

Monday, 11th September, 2017

  • 08:17 PM - hawkeyefan mentioned dave2008 in post Stuff to make high level games more viable?
    I was involved in the original thread that led to this one. I think that perhaps some "paragon" versions of some of the higher CR monsters from the Monster Manual would be in order. Some of the upper echelon of demons and devils and the like. dave2008 has done some great work in http://www.enworld.org/forum/showthread.php?468639-5e-EPIC-MONSTER-UPDATES but as the title suggests these are incredibly high level monsters along the lines of deities and elder beings and the like. I believe that there are a few "slightly beefed up" versions of things like the Pit Fiend and Balor, but the majority of creatures in the entry have CRs that are off the charts. I think something like this but not quite as deadly would be possible. A middle ground of sorts. Take the base creature, let's say a Pit Fiend for example, and then maybe create a few varieties of the creature to try and increase the challenge, or to give the DM some options to choose from. Something like a "Pit Fiend Hellslinger" or a "Pit Fiend Hellcaster". Shift the creature's focus a bit, or tweak their abilities slightly, in order to increase their efficacy and utility. But as I mentioned in the other thread, it may prove tough to gain interest in something like this, since ...

Tuesday, 22nd August, 2017

  • 11:10 PM - Lanefan mentioned dave2008 in post Spell -> Counterspell -> Counterspell (from same character that casts 1st spell) - possible?
    If you don't like it, don't play that way. "The rules do not describe it or forbid it" <> "It's explicitly legal and you must allow it."Oh absolutely; but I still shake my head and sigh... :) And, yeah, Sage Advice lists this exact question in the Sage Advice Compendium (p12, top of second column). dave2008 this is where it comes from, trumping the PH as far as I know. Remember, however, Sage Advice only cares about what the rules literally say. Even though they claim to answer based on designer intent, there's no way that this and many other questions they choose to answer were design intent of that specific rules interaction. The number of times they've contradicted themselves is more than enough evidence for that.Yeah, nothing new there. I seem to recall Sage Advice sometimes causing more headaches than it solved when it was printed in Dragon in the '80s... :) I don't buy the "D&D Adventurers League exists and I might have to play that way!" argument anymore, either.I have nothing to do with AL so I get to happily avoid all that. :) I just prefer it when the 'official' game rules have some consistent internal logic behind them...which they mostly do (and mostly have done through the editions - even though the particular logic may have changed from edition to edition it's usual...
  • 01:27 PM - akr71 mentioned dave2008 in post Lost Tales of Myth Drannor: DDAL's "Secret" D&D Book For Gen Con 50
    Hey, wow! An internet forum discussion where folks with differing opinions are being respectful and civil toward each other! Kudos to Mirtek & dave2008 - while I'm firmly in Dave's 'canon doesn't matter' camp, it is enlightening to here why it is important to some. I play in the Realms, but have never read a FR novel, so the 'canon' thing has always been a mystery to me.

Thursday, 6th July, 2017

  • 05:03 PM - Oofta mentioned dave2008 in post hand use rules of D&D: object interaction, spellcasting focus and components
    Okay, Oofta, just a heads up: any further replies from you in the same vein and I will treat you as a troll and a thread derailer. If you want me to respond and not ignore you, you now know need what to focus on. If you don't want to, feel free to leave the thread. LOL. You don't own the thread. I responded to dave2008 ... sorry that bothers you. I disagree with your approach. I, and several others, attempted to give you feedback, explaining other approaches. I never said the current rules are "fine". I said "here's how I deal with it". IMHO you need to either do away with the current requirement for a completely free hand for somatic components or change the rule to add exceptions as I did. We disagree. I think your "clarification" is worse than the current rules and more confusing. It happens. What did you expect? That you could throw out an idea, get only feedback that praises you and showers you with XP? It's not how it works. Throw out an idea and you need to justify what you said, maybe change your thought process a little bit. Listen to feedback and respond instead of shaking your metaphorical fist at the world complaining about how you are the only one who owns the issue. Good luck and have fun!

Monday, 8th May, 2017

  • 01:42 PM - akr71 mentioned dave2008 in post 5e Hardcore: Monster Manual
    dave2008 Do you have any plans to make hardcore/legendary versions of some typically smaller and/or non-evil creatures? I'm thinking like pixies and sprites - a legendary pixie queen would be fun. A pixie or sprite swarm similar to the imp swarm would by entertaining too.

Saturday, 22nd April, 2017

  • 05:03 PM - jayoungr mentioned dave2008 in post Red Hand of Doom + Rise of Tiamat + Scales of War
    Thanks, @dave2008 and @jimmythecomic! I've ordered the relevant issues of Dungeon and am downloading them as we speak. (According to DrivethruRPG, the title of the last adventure in Dungeon #175 is "The Last Breath of Tiamat," by the way.) I also found this blog, which may be of use, although they're only at the paragon tier so far. It has some useful thoughts on converting skill challenges and the like. https://5escalesofwar.wordpress.com/

Sunday, 26th March, 2017

  • 01:14 PM - Quickleaf mentioned dave2008 in post 5e Hardcore: Monster Manual
    dave2008 Wow, the spell weaver! What a blast from the past. So, in regards to class templates – I don't do anything so formal, instead using feel – but I do have some notes on making a "Barbarian" monster that might help... ------ This collects my system for creating NPC stats using the guidelines in the DMG, as well as a system for determining CR (Challenge Rating) of the NPCs you create using PHB guidelines. Through my own experimenting, I found the following rule-of-thumb to be sometimes roughly true: Challenge Rating for non-caster NPCs ~ level * 0.33 or level * 0.5 Challenge Rating for caster NPCs ~ level * 0.5 or level * 0.75 You’ll want to run the numbers, because it’s possible to build an optimized 13th level berserker, for example, with a CR 8, while it’s also possible to build a 13th level diviner who is only CR 4. Spell selection and other specifics of creating the NPC can break this rule-of-thumb. Still, it’s useful to have a rough rule-of-thumb so you can quickly ey...


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Tuesday, 19th June, 2018

  • 08:16 PM - Mike Myler quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Baba Yaga (5E)
    If your talking about Long-Lived that trait specifically says ability check. A saving throw is not a check. So this trait would not apply to saving throws. Regardless, if it applied to saving throws as well, I still think she should be proficient in some. It just makes sense for someone of her stature, IMO. I was referring to her attributes (the lowest of which is +3--nothing under that) and Magic Resistance. That said if you want to give her some saving throw proficiencies at the table, please do!
  • 07:10 PM - Mike Myler quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Baba Yaga (5E)
    Nice work once again. My only comment at the moment is: shouldn't she be proficient in some saving throws? The lowest she's sporting is a +3 and if it's magical she has advantage (basically a +5 or +6 bonus depending on who you ask) and I figured that covered the gamut pretty well.
  • 06:50 PM - neogod22 quoted dave2008 in post Orcus vs. Demogorgon
    He is an archdevil in 5e lore. He has power equivalent to a lesser god in 5e lore, but he is not a god. EDIT: In the MM is is a little ambiguous, but I read as not a god, but worshiped as one? What do you think: 98586What lore are you talking about? He is listed as a Greater God since 3e. If you consider, he is the only God to rule an entire plane of existence, he would be the 2nd most powerful God in D&D of the 1st is AO.
  • 01:46 PM - Yaarel quoted dave2008 in post Deity Ranks: Quasideities, Lesser Deities, Greater Deities
    Gods: epic ranks 1-4; demigods (1), lesser gods (2), intermediate gods (3), greater gods (4) Archfiends: epic ranks 1-3 Archfey: epic ranks 1-3 Primordials: epic ranks 3-6 Archmentals: epic ranks 1-2 Celestials (archcelestials?): epic ranks 0-3 Dragons: epic ranks 0-2 (with tiamat and bahamut being rank 3 or 4) Titans: epic ranks 1-3 etc. ‘gods’ → archcelestials
  • 01:52 AM - gyor quoted dave2008 in post Deity Ranks: Quasideities, Lesser Deities, Greater Deities
    I agree, in those terms "intermediate" god is a bit clunky. However, I think the categories lesser, intermediate, greater are of mortal creation / use and gods do not see themselves that way. A god would never declare itself a greater god, it just refers to itself as a god. I just like having something between greater and lesser. Just to big of a jump for me. Actually in FR they do refet to themselves this way or akin to that because only the Greater Gods get to join the ruling circle of the Faerun Pantheon. One rank that is still a thing, but not mentioned in the DMG is Overgod like AO.

Monday, 18th June, 2018

  • 10:14 PM - cbwjm quoted dave2008 in post Orcus vs. Demogorgon
    He is an archdevil in 5e lore. He has power equivalent to a lesser god in 5e lore, but he is not a god. EDIT: In the MM is is a little ambiguous, but I read as not a god, but worshiped as one? What do you think: 98586 That does make me think that he has power equivalent of a lesser god without actually being one. It didn't occur to me to read the MM for more information on him. I had previously been going off the 5e FR lore where he is still listed as a god. I got even more confused upon reading MtoF where he grants powers to cultists. It might be the whole thing where in the FR he is a god, in Greyhawk, etc, he is still "just" the pre-eminent archdevil.
  • 09:15 PM - MonsterEnvy quoted dave2008 in post Deity Ranks: Quasideities, Lesser Deities, Greater Deities
    Not quite, there are two types of gods described in the WotC DMG. That doesn't mean there are only 2 types of gods ;) There are Two types of gods. Intermediate can't exist under the current description. And back in 1e there were only the two types. Also you are doing it backwards. There are only two types of Gods according to the DMG, which means there are only two types of gods, unless another official supplement comes out that says something else. Until then there are two types of gods end of story for official d&d.
  • 08:26 PM - gyor quoted dave2008 in post Deity Ranks: Quasideities, Lesser Deities, Greater Deities
    In 5e, titans go up to at least CR 30, so they can revival lesser gods (tiamat) in power at least. So I think it is safe to say they are among the strongest. That is a good point, but we haven't seen Vestiages statted up yet, if they can even be statted up, they might be slumbering vortexes of supernatural power unembodied that can only function in certain circumstances. Still I think you are right that I was right to list Titans as the most powerful Quasigods.
  • 07:42 PM - gyor quoted dave2008 in post Deity Ranks: Quasideities, Lesser Deities, Greater Deities
    I think Quasi deities should be a thing apart. These are all things that have god like power, but are not gods. So you would have 1) Gods: demigod - lesser god - intermediate god - greater god; with a clear rank going from weakest to strongest 2) Quasi-deities: vestiges, titans, archfiends, archmentals, primordials, arcjhfey, etc.; with no clear rank between the categories According to the DMG what previous editions had called demigods, like Lurue, are now Lesser Gods, congrats on the Promotion, and what previous editions like 3e had called Quasigod (Half God and Half Mortal) are called Demigods, which are subset of 5e Quasigods. It actually says out right that Demigods are the weakest form of Quasigod, I assumed Titans were stronger then vestiages because vestiages aka forgotten gods are not as active, bit that was just a guess on.my part, although I suspect most vestiages are rare in Faerun after the Sundering, they maybe more common in other settings. Given the Raven Queens ...
  • 02:59 PM - UnknownDyson quoted dave2008 in post Orcus vs. Demogorgon
    He is an archdevil in 5e lore. He has power equivalent to a lesser god in 5e lore, but he is not a god. EDIT: In the MM is is a little ambiguous, but I read as not a god, but worshiped as one? What do you think: 98586 In Forgotten Realms he is a god though, he has been for some time.

Sunday, 17th June, 2018

  • 10:38 PM - gyor quoted dave2008 in post Orcus vs. Demogorgon
    Demogorgon wins because i, the DM, say so ;) However, by the 5e stat block demogorgon is very underpowered. They had a chance to correct this in MToF, but they went the otherway for some reason. Personally, I default to the 1e statblock when I rank relative power of fiends and then go from their. So we have: Demogorgon - Asmodeus - Orucs (a rather distant 3rd) 98483 98484 98485 Notice Orcus has 40% fewer HP and a 25% weaker AC and less magic resistance too. I've revised my 5e Demogorgon accordingly Since that edition Asmodeus has been promoted to Greater God, if Asmodeus comes directly for Demigorgon and Orcus together, they run the other way at this point. Luckily for them its not his style. As for Tiamat of course she wipes the floor with them too, she's a full god, even if her stats suggests she's a 2 dimesional monster instead of a God. For perpective Orcus isn't that much higher in CR then an Empyreans, what like only 3 CR higher? the most powerful none deity...

Thursday, 14th June, 2018

  • 03:07 AM - MechaPilot quoted dave2008 in post DRAGONS, An Alternate Take on a Classic Foe
    I like them a lot - good work. It is creative to make dragon's tougher without resorting to more HP, more damage, and more magic. Of course, I still like my dragons with more HP and more damage ;) Thank you. I'm glad you like them. However, I will say that some of it does come down to more damage. The critical strikes feature (especially coupled with rend armor) is all about improving damage output while keeping with the theme I was aiming for.

Wednesday, 13th June, 2018

  • 07:54 AM - Yaarel quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Thor Odinson (5E)
    Interesting, i guess I was asking more about specific legends / myths. I am not overly interested in a scholarly / archaeological interpretation (we all to often mess that up), I was interested in various regional / cultural versions of the same or similar myths. Perhaps you hinted at that with "the aesir are moreorless equally powerful to humans" since this varies quite a bit from some of the myths I remember about Thor (though not all). But like I said, I am interested in specific differences. I am sure the Norse myths were as rich in their variety as the Greeks, maybe we just don't have as good a record of it? Is there a particular reason you left out the Vanir (other than Thor being Aesir). The Norse Eddas are the main texts that survive, compiled in 1200s. Personally, I am in the camp that views them as (reasonably) representative of diverse local beliefs during the Viking Era, 800-1100. Some of the earlier Sagas are useful for understanding what the Norse actually *did* with regard...
  • 07:33 AM - TheCosmicKid quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Thor Odinson (5E)
    Interesting, i guess I was asking more about specific legends / myths. I am not overly interested in a scholarly / archaeological interpretation (we all to often mess that up), I was interested in various regional / cultural versions of the same or similar myths. Perhaps you hinted at that with "the aesir are moreorless equally powerful to humans" since this varies quite a bit from some of the myths I remember about Thor (though not all). But like I said, I am interested in specific differences. I am sure the Norse myths were as rich in their variety as the Greeks, maybe we just don't have as good a record of it? You're right, sources of Norse mythology are scarce. Everything you've heard about Ragnarok, for instance, comes from one poem in the Poetic Edda, Vǫluspá, and from a section of the Prose Edda, Gylfaginning, which is largely just Snorri recapping Vǫluspá. And when I say "poem", I don't mean a ponderous book-length epic like Homer or Virgil or Milton fat with juicy detai...
  • 04:31 AM - Yaarel quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Thor Odinson (5E)
    What are those discussions or where can someone read about them. I believe I am personally more familiar with the "english speaker" version I got from my old books on mythology. i would be curious to hear other versions. That is what I love about myths, there is rarely one "correct" answer. People often miss that. I am familiar with several different versions of Greek & roman mythology, but I am not familiar with the different versions of Norse mythology. If you could point me in the right direction it would be appreciated. Conversely, I believe that is a failure in D&D lore in general. They have have not done enough to provide different stories of the same events. They treat it to much like history and not myth. That is another aspect of 4e that I liked, as it seemed to do a better job of present stories of gods like myths. Most of the discussions about Viking Era Norse beliefs are in Norwegian, in periodicals and books coming out of the University in Bergen and the University in Os...
  • 02:40 AM - Mike Myler quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Thor Odinson (5E)
    2) Do deities as warlock patrons. I had not issue with the Coyote article, but personally would have preferred it as its own series. I would *definitely* dig doing godly patrons as its own series. Probably needs a catchier title though.

Tuesday, 12th June, 2018

  • 09:05 PM - Mike Myler quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Thor Odinson (5E)
    Hmm... I think this is an odd entry. Previous entries were mythological or real heroes. Thor is a god. He was 2nd only to Odin and the feats he accomplished were well beyond a mortal. I don't think a PC write up is the correct method to represent him in 5e. IMO, he should at least be at the level of Tiamat - and probably stronger. So I disagree that this is a RAW Thor. As you cannot make A RAW Thor with PC rules, you need to use the monster rules. Always appreciate this series, but I completely disagree with the choice of a god as a PC. I *did* include a link to the more godly Marvel-ed Thor but I hear ya. You will be displeased with Sun Wukong too I think, but I'm trying to make these things that a GM can use reasonably easily and the response to Coyote as a warlock patron was not super great. Mythological Figures are definitely long in the tooth and wording, but it's all features people know already so still something that's functional, and I'm doing my level best to keep them within...

Thursday, 7th June, 2018

  • 04:09 AM - neogod22 quoted dave2008 in post Elminster's Guide to Deities and Avatars
    I god or avatar can be an unwinnable and not have broken abilities. Just because you give it stats doesn't mean it has to be beatable by PCs. I can only assume your are talking conceptually here, because this avatar is not an unwinnable fight. I haven't personally checked the math or balance, but I don't see anything on quick glance with this avatar that is broken or unwinnable. In fact, I am pretty sure a lvl 20 party would wipe him out pretty quickly.The funny thing is, you all keep missing the point and essentially repeating what I keep saying. So let me put this in a context that you can understand. Demonlords are very tough fights when ran right, but usually winnable. It can be an unwinnable situation if fought on their plane in their lair with their minions, but if summoned and having to fight alone, it should be pretty winnable. Archdevils if ran right are pretty unwinnable. Not because they have broken abilities, but because they have teleport and regeneration. This allo...

Wednesday, 6th June, 2018

  • 12:49 PM - Amiel quoted dave2008 in post Elminster's Guide to Deities and Avatars
    I have Bane, Tiamat, and Maglubiyet over at my 5e Epic Monster Updates thread, so I would prefer he/she take a stab at some of the others. :) Back in my 3.5e homebrewing days, I made some deities which can be found here http://www.giantitp.com/forums/showthread.php?111306-Of-Deities-and-Demigods And subsequently suffered burnout lol. I was thinking of leaving Tiamat and Maglubiyet for the time being and instead concentrate on designing some others. And I'm a dude. Very cool, and thank you for sharing. If your interested I have some first drafts of epic monsters, including gods, over at my 5e Epic Monster Updates thread. There are over 150 epic level monsters. Those first drafts are not RAW, but RAW adjacent ;) I was trying to compensate for some of the flaws I believe are inherent with high level monsters. Ultimately I don't think it was completely successful. I will be working on a revised approach in the 2nd drafts. I hope to role those out later in the summer or early fall...

Tuesday, 5th June, 2018

  • 09:18 PM - Mike Myler quoted dave2008 in post Mythological Figures: Julie d'Aubigny aka La Maupin (5E)
    As always, thank you. Also, a couple of thoughts: I was surprised you didn't go with Bard at all. From what you wrote about her it seems performance was a big part of her charm. And I assumed Bard (perhaps all Bard) before I read the stat block. It also seems Cha might have been her max. stat. I definitely looked at bard very hard but ultimately she felt more like a badass fighter and rogue-with-a-shtick. There might have been more beautiful or naturally talented singers on par with her, but they definitely wouldn't have as many levels as she's got. Moreover though bards mean spellwork and while I bet it could've worked with the right selection (no flashy magic), they're about inspiring others and as I read about La Maupin I'm pretty sure she did that with convincing words or by example--so more for the sword. Plus I like to surprise yinz sometimes ;)


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