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Saturday, 9th April, 2016

  • 03:09 PM - Maxperson mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Geniuses with 5 Int
    ...ic RP game, the following characters all have a high Durability score: Captain American, Invisible Woman and The Thing. For Cap it is his shield; for Sue Storm her forcefield; for Ben Grimm his skin. That means that these Durability scores can be circumvented in different ways: for instance, if The Thing is unconscious he is still durable, whereas that is not so for Captain America or Invisible Woman - in mechanical terms, if one of these characters is unconscious than his/her player can't declare an action that draws upon the Durability stat. The game is not broken because it uses the same stat to represent much the same outcome (in typical circumstances these characters can't easily be hurt) although, in the fiction, the reason for being hard to hurt is quite different. It demands paying attention to the fiction, especially as we move towards edge cases, but that's a virtue in a RPG (isn't it?). It's broken because D&D doesn't model things like that. 5e isn't Marvel and as Dannyalcatraz has said repeatedly, other games will model what is being tried far better than D&D. You have to house rule mechanics in D&D to cludge together that sort of story ability. Elfcrusher is presenting INT, and ZoT, in much the same way. And it has much the same consequences - some more marginal or atypical cases require closer attention to the fiction in order to establish a clear narration. None of us here have a 5 int. We understand what he is trying to do. The issue is that he doesn't want to admit that it's a house rule and he thinks 5e RAW allows what he is saying.
  • 06:43 AM - BoldItalic mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Geniuses with 5 Int
    ... You're describing latter-day America and saying he doesn't live there. That's okay. Threbes isn't in America. Threbes is in a completely different world where the social mores are utterly different. They are whatever I choose to make up. So far, you know that it's a world where a retired adventurer who has survived to reach 18th level despite having an Int of 5 has accumulated sufficient money and contacts to set up a university and make his own rules. Rules like, all ideas and discoveries made by students and staff are the property of the university and claiming personal credit for them is fraud. Rules like, secretaries don't answer the door. That's the receptionists' job. And so on. You see, I can just go on making stuff up about this gnome guy and the more you tell me I'm not allowed to make it up my way because the world I'm making up is not the same as the world you live in, the more interesting and amusing it becomes. Acknowledgements "We would like to thank Dannyalcatraz for his stimulating and thought-provoking contribution to the development of this fiction."

Wednesday, 6th April, 2016

  • 08:40 PM - Elfcrusher mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Geniuses with 5 Int
    And losing the tiger is easy to fix. Maybe you still see a spirit tiger. Or maybe you're distraught and unable to think clearly. I mean, part of the fun of play is framing these connections between your character concept and the current scenario! Yup. I'm happy to keep playing the "ok, so then what happens if..." game, because it's turtles all the way down. I might not be coming up with the *best* ideas here (nor were my initial 4 character sketches particularly well thought out), so maybe the answers are odd-ball, but it's meant to illustrate a point about how ability scores can be used. I'll admit I'm puzzled why Dannyalcatraz and others are so adamantly opposed to any of this. "I would be annoyed playing with any of those 4 characters" I would totally understand. But that's very different from "it just won't work" or "it's against the rules". And, yes, it could be challenging in some circumstances to maintain the persona. But for crying out loud isn't challenge what we want? It's what I want.
  • 07:45 PM - Elfcrusher mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Geniuses with 5 Int
    ...f the character. Exactly. That's the simple answer to all of Danny's objections. His concerns about what might happen are only a problem if the player suddenly abandons the roleplaying premise. And even then it's only a problem in that his character concept becomes paradoxical. Example: Jezebel: "Sorry, I don't know the answer to the riddle." Friends: "But...but...but..." (eaten by Sphinx) Jezebel: "Ok, now that I'm the last one alive I'm going to actually give the Sphinx the right answer." DM: "Um...ok...what is it?" Jezebel: "You tell me, I'm a genius." DM: "Nope. You failed the roll. This is your character, you describe it." Jezebel: "But I'm a genius!" DM: "You failed the roll. How you narrate the reasons for that failure is up to you." Jezebel: "Ah, got it. Well, having my Patron devour my soul for a millennium is worse than being eaten by a Sphinx, so I'll keep the secret intact all the way to my grave." DM: "Nice. Take Inspiration for that." Jezebel: "..." etc. @Dannyalcatraz: do you see how your concern is unjustified? It's the player's responsibility to sustain their RP concept; they don't get to modify the mechanics of the game to suit their story. They still have to abide by the mechanics.

Saturday, 26th March, 2016


Wednesday, 10th February, 2016

  • 08:33 PM - OB1 mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post I TPL'd (Total Party Lycanthroped) my players and they don't know yet! Best time to reveal and fun alternate rules sought.
    That's a good point Dannyalcatraz Perhaps if I go with option 2 I should make it that the crew abandoned ship in the middle of the night (and the rowboats are missing) as they were scared off by the transformation. That or the players were put on a rowboat out to drift and wake up with no knowledge of how or why (the crew through them out after they changed and went on a rampage, nearly killing the crew). Both of these keep it out of the moral issue of them actually killing the crew and instead increase the mystery of what is going on. I could still have the one scared cabin boy who was left behind on the abandoned ship who perhaps is so traumatized he doesn't tell the PCs at first what happened, giving them some time to figure it out on their own.

Tuesday, 2nd February, 2016


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Friday, 6th November, 2015

  • 03:48 AM - Cor Azer mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Christian Persecution vs Persecuted Christians
    ...m out. It just seems odd to even consider a person's name at all. If there are problems with a resume, that's enough justification right there. If there aren't problems, how does a name cause a problem? Her evidence would be very weak. She has no way to know if I had much stronger resumes the first time around, but not the second time around. She has no way to know if I had fewer positions available than qualified resumes. There are more reasons than just name for what she experienced to be true. I would submit that she would have enough evidence for a prima facie case, which would mean it'd be enough to go to trial, at which point, it'd be on you to prove you had stronger resumes before, or fewer positions, or what have you. Note, I am not a lawyer. I haven't even stayed in a Holiday Inn Express. This is, in fact, the first time I've ever typed 'prima facie', and I'm quite certain I'm making some gross misconceptions about the American legal system. But I like reading Dannyalcatraz's posts about law ;)

Saturday, 24th October, 2015


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Sunday, 11th October, 2015

  • 05:44 PM - Sadras mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Christian Persecution vs Persecuted Christians
    ...being general? Or about their effect on same sex marriage or abortions - was it all Christians that were against it or just some? And what was wrong with my comment regarding the topic of apostacy in Islam - all I said was that the other religions don't quite have the same view. How is that generalising? In the new testament there is something 'similar' - not in terms of violence or punishment being called for, but in terms of damnation and an act being unforgivable - when one blasphemes against the Holy Spirit. Islamophobes exagerate the actual political and mediatic power Muslims have in Western countries in general*. They perceive Muslims as far more influencial than they are. They managed to build an MUSLIM centre near ground zero. That reflects two things to me - America is not as Christian influenced as you like to paint, and Muslims have far more influence that you give them credit for. EDIT: Changed the word ISLAMIST to MUSLIM. Didn't know there was a difference until Dannyalcatraz's post. For lumping radical Muslims with non radical ones. How am I lumping them together, when they (the Muslim World) is not acknowledging their atrocities? Why are you defending their inaction? Are you so hell bent against Christianity that you would like to see its followers persecuted all over the world? What? What was the last Christian movie made? How much was its gross earnings? For a Christian country I suppose it made a lot of money with all those bad Christian Republicans who went to see it? Not going to argue against the myth that Christianity is under assault, it would be obviously pointless here, but I'll do say that there is a difference between pushing up and pushing down when critiquing groups. In federations like the US or Canada, Christians are the majority. Critiquing them is pushing up. Up because they are on top of the social order. Critiquing them often means critiquing their power and/or abuse of power. Pushing down, means pushing on minoritie...

Friday, 2nd October, 2015

  • 02:56 AM - Umbran mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Christian Persecution vs Persecuted Christians
    ...er budget issues this week that "force" them to close the offices that offer IDs.... predominantly in black communities. Two thirds of the historically black counties in the state will lack an office that issues driver's license, but only one third of other counties will lack them. No Alabama counties in which more than 75 percent of registered voters are nonwhite will have offices that will issue the IDs! http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2015/10/01/alabama_closes_dmvs_in_majority_of_black_belt_counties_passed_voter_id_law.html You want to keep claiming it is just some isolated individuals, not institutional. The "individuals" are interestingly isolated, all together, in a group of 99, that just happen to be in the government. Care to explain that? Admittedly, not *all* 99 of them need to be racists, but it would seem they hold the majority to have this happen. Or maybe you'd like to try your hand and explaining how what's going on is not a racist policy? Hey, Dannyalcatraz, I think you might want to hear this one. It should be good.

Monday, 24th August, 2015

  • 08:41 AM - Sadras mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Christian Persecution vs Persecuted Christians
    ...at good stuff. True, however it is not like there are no educated black people in South Africa, that is a big misconception to make. The three presidents before him (including the interim/acting president) were all educated. My contention being that he (the current president) was one of the least qualified, if not the least - out of the respective candidates. Yup, given that national level politicians tend to be in their late 40s or early 50s, at the youngest, they almost certainly would have been done with any schooling by the time that Apartheid ended. It'll likely be another 10 years, at best, before well educated Black South African politicians rise to the fore. 10 years is optimistic even if the current system is top notch. There are all kinds of societal/internalized attitudes to be overcome. In the USA, we're 40 years out from our major societal civil rights reforms, and there is still a negative association in our community about education & "acting/talking white". @Dannyalcatraz is most likely right on this - however we have had some amazing young black politicians enter the fore already. Unfortunately their voices are drowned out by the opposition and by keeping the masses 'dumb-down' which is an age old tactic to ensure votes do not go their way. 20-30 years could work if there was no political corruption, essentially the ideal we all (perhaps naively) hope for.

Monday, 10th August, 2015

  • 10:27 PM - steeldragons mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post What would a good D&D movie be like?
    Oh, that reminds me of a #10 for my list. Good call Dannyalcatraz re: Magic. Yes, don't explain. Show and do. As for the showing, I would not mind a limit to the big flashy magical effects...and it might not be possible because D&D does do/have "flashy" magic as a matter of course...Little tricks, illusions, minor "Cantrip" style magic and magic items are fine and good. But the "throwing lightning bolts and fireballs around" or "stopping a balor's sword with shimmering silver forcefield/dome/globe" [just as an example] should be only a FEW distinct and high powered/climactic (or desperate?) moments. Effects should be slight "glows" or "shimmers/ripples" in the air...SUBTLE! That's the word I'm looking for. SUBTLE Magic effects...except for those few big plot moments (almost certainly combats) of "flashy" spell use.
  • 10:52 AM - dracomilan mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post What would a good D&D movie be like?
    You use familiar names to establish a franchise. Why would you avoid them hoping the franchise would grow strong without them? Names, yes. Of places, items, people. Characters, nope. I would never make a movie about famous NPC X, but about Adventurers band Y (they can be you and your friends). See also Dannyalcatraz answer.

Wednesday, 29th July, 2015

  • 05:39 PM - innerdude mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Which gaming system has the best mechanics and why?
    For me personally, I know that any game that I would consider the "best" RPG out there would use a bell-curve distribution for dice rolling. Simply put, the natural world we inhabit operates on a bell-curve distribution. If you want to have any real attempt at modeling "real world" action resolution, your system has to use a bell curve. The problem I've found is that the most popular bell-curve systems--GURPS, HERO--are "roll under." Put bluntly, I dislike roll-under systems, and I hate with a flaming, furious passion GURPS' version of it. I hate the nebulousness of degree of success, I hate the idea that as a player you NEVER have any real idea of what the "target" level of success is. Is a "standard" success good enough? Do I need to roll 4 under the the obstacle? 5 under? For that reason alone I've pretty much discounted ever playing HERO as well (sorry Dannyalcatraz). I just can't stand the basic 3d6-roll under resolution.

Friday, 17th July, 2015

  • 08:43 PM - innerdude mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post What makes us care about combat balance in D&D?
    ... them and rigged the challenges. Finally it doesn't really work at all with narrativism because "Story Now" doesn't mean "The GM writes the story and we play through it" which is essentially what the GM specifically spotlighting characters in scene framing does. It means "We all contribute to the story." Which is of course one of the many weaknesses of GNS. All three creative agendas it identifies are against the forced scene framing, and people are still fine with it. Don't want to derail the thread from its original point, but I do have to take a minute and respectfully disagree slightly about narrativist play here. I don't think a player with a narrativist agenda would care if a scene gets framed whole cloth simply to play out a non-combat "spotlight." To me, those were always the best parts of the game! And to that point, I'd most likely be the person in our group who would NEED to have a scene framed for me. I was always playing the combat sub-optimal character in 3.x (I think Dannyalcatraz and I are kindred spirits in this regard; given the choice, 7 times out of 10 I'll play a half-elf rogue). My whole life I've always been far more interested in engaging with the exploration and roleplaying pillars, with combat taking a distant back seat. But I played D&D, because that's what my friends would play, and I wanted to play with them, and I didn't know any better.

Wednesday, 15th July, 2015

  • 02:30 AM - Olgar Shiverstone mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Military Retirees & Healthcare
    Sigh ... I was ignoring political threads but the title caught my eye and this hits too close to home not to comment. Dannyalcatraz has the right of it for the most part ... the sticking point being that the majority of military benefits are not expressly in the contract. Pull up a DD Form 4 and check the language -- the contract only states that benefits will be provided "according to law and regulation." Regulations are set by DoD and service and can be changed at whim, laws adjusted according to the desires of the legislature -- and none of those changes violate the contract, as there is no baseline condition in the contract to compare to. Our military and civilian leaders and legislators generally try to do the right thing and "grandfather" people in when policies change (the multiple retirement systems is a good example) but that doesn't always happen and hasn't in the case of military and retiree health care. Yeah, supposedly we were promised free health care -- point to where that promise was made? We can't, unfortunately. Personally I'd be a huge fan of having more explicit service contracts that spe...

Tuesday, 7th July, 2015

  • 05:34 PM - innerdude mentioned Dannyalcatraz in post Starting a new campaign
    I don't have experience with Hero, but by report is it heavy-handed on the crunch. Probably not appropriate. GURPS is a bit on the "gritty realism" side of mechanics for me to use it for action-adventure space opera (or comedy version thereof). I can think of sci-fi for which I'd use GURPS (Outland, perhaps) but not Galaxy Quest. SW might be good for such - I'd have to read it over. I might also consider using a hack of Ashen Stars (GUMSHOE-based), as I've personally experienced GUMSHOE doing pulp-action reasonably well. I've had relatively poor experiences with GURPS---admittedly due to poor GM-ing mostly, but the carryover has soured me on the system as a whole. And the fact that HERO is a roll-3d6-under-attribute like GURPS is enough to give me pause. I will say, the fact that Dannyalcatraz is a big HERO proponent is enough for me to at least consider it in the future. I've heard from several people who really "grok" HERO that if you can just get over the initial hurdles, it becomes a favorite system. I'm absolutely intrigued by GUMSHOE generally, and by Ashen Stars and Night's Black Agents particularly. Everything I've read about the systems make them seem like exactly the kind of thing I'd be into.


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Wednesday, 5th June, 2019

  • 06:14 PM - dragoner quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Brainstorming a PC, system agnostic-ish
    One of my favorite Kate Bush tunes! Now I'm thinking of Kate Bush as a superhero; if she is the child in the video, maybe with a sort of "Dark Angel" vibe. Utah Saints did a pretty good mix off of Cloud Busting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z7MC8Lw5e9Q Kate Bush's pics and videos are flush with good imagery, here she is as a fantasy hero: 106853 The Orgone armor could be like bio-field: 106855 Somehow mixed with Emma Goldman's "Mother Earth": https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/e/e9/Mother_Earth_1.jpg/220px-Mother_Earth_1.jpg
  • 12:47 PM - Aeson quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    https://media.tenor.com/images/816a407f7cb2c618a18bef873f3456a4/tenor.gif There was a black woman I used to run into all the time in Austin at one particular bar. We kept showing up at the same hard rock & metal shows as (usually) the only two blacks in the audience. We never met or spoke, but we always gave a friendly nod across the room when we spotted each other. You may be supporting my comment. ;) I found out last night she was been to DragonCon and cosplays. I could be falling in love.lol
  • 04:01 AM - Umbran quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Hidden

Tuesday, 4th June, 2019


Monday, 3rd June, 2019

  • 08:53 PM - Umbran quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Players 'distressed' by gang-rape role-playing game
    This whole X-Card/M-Card Thing is new to me. For those who are not aware, the X-card concept is simple: You put an index card with a big "X" on it on the table. If what is going on in the game or the table is problematic for anyone, they reach out and tap that card. Or alternatively, each person has a card, and they hold it up for all to see when they want to invoke it. When the card is invoked, the group is supposed to back off from what they are doing - in context, it is often pretty obvious what raised the issue. If it isn't, there's an opportunity for the GM to take the player aside to clarify. In general, the person who invokes the X-card isn't supposed to have to justify or explain it to the group as a whole - if something is freaking them out, they should not have to spend the emotional cycles explain the details why to people they don't necessarily know or trust or want to give the details to.
  • 08:04 PM - Umbran quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Brainstorming a PC, system agnostic-ish
    And because it’s rooted in the pseudoscientific technology of orgone, said hero wouldn’t be as much reliance on typical super-armor features as the various energy blasters, bullets, rockets, jets and so forth. At least, not of a conventional type... For instance, if he has an “Orgonic” sword or darts, they probably wouldn’t be like a typical metal version, nor quite like a lightsaber. Instead, they might bypass armor and barriers without damaging them, but only affecting the living flesh of the target. To me, the concept of orgone does not invoke "armor". The character can wear armor, sure, but given that you are talking about it ignoring material barriers, it does not seem to me like the power source should be good at *producing* physical barriers. Orgone should be able to toughen the flesh to be resistance to damage (mirroring, for example, the damage resistance you see in the Hulk, or Thor), but not enhance a suit of unliving physical plates. Orgone may be able to produce force fie...
  • 07:58 PM - Ralif Redhammer quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Players 'distressed' by gang-rape role-playing game
    Honestly, I just heard of X-Cards about a week or two ago on the Behold Her podcast. But the idea is something I've been thinking about ever since. Hmmm... This whole X-Card/M-Card Thing is new to me.
  • 07:42 PM - mrm1138 quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Players 'distressed' by gang-rape role-playing game
    Hmmm... This whole X-Card/M-Card Thing is new to me. It's something I always wonder if I should include when I run con games. I always try not to include material that will make others feel uncomfortable or unsafe, but we can never know what will end up doing so. (For instance, I know someone who gets really freaked out about spiders—possibly to the point of it being a phobia—which tend to be a fairly common element in D&D-type games.) So far, I've only included an X-card once, but this incident reminds me that I should be more conscious of these issues.
  • 01:49 PM - jonesy quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    Now that I've thought about it, I don't think I even own a Finnish flag. For the most part, Europeans don’t display their flags unless there’s some really important event...like an international soccer match. ;) International sports in general, really. But even here in ice hockey country people do get excited by soccer. Edit: Thinking about this a little more, it's like, it's not that sports are super serious here (even though that's true sometimes), but rather the issue is that openly and boldly displaying your patriotism marks you as a right wing cuckoo. There's so much bad blood hidden under European history that people intentionally downplay the flag waving. Sporting events are the safe place for patriotism. They are the place where you get to spend all that built up nationalistic fervour, and then come back home, put the flags away, and continue your normal lives.

Sunday, 2nd June, 2019

  • 11:46 PM - Aeson quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    So you’re taking both, then? Very industrious. Just don’t get your deliveries mixed up. Gives new meaning to funny papers. Actually, it's delivering from a pharmacy to nursing homes at night. I think there may be cross over in time with the two jobs. I don't know if I can do both.
  • 07:25 PM - jonesy quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    The Ghost of Buster Douglas rises again! Buster is still alive, isn't he? Him and his ghost, now that's a double team. :D
  • 05:26 AM - Mad_Jack quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Happy Haggert Hurried Hungry Hitch Hiking Hired Henchmen Hivers.... apply within
    Be careful about that- I know some biiiiig beefy girls. And they wouldn’t take to kindly to being asked who did their surgery or got them their hormones. One is a good friend, just a couple years older than I am. She is currently a judge. ...but she used to be a patrol officer at a big state school- the kind of department where the campus cops are actually just another subdivision of the regular police force, with full powers & responsibilities. Even in fighting shape, she needed to special order her unis, belts, vests and so forth, because she was damn near 6’ tall and built like a linebacker. With boobs. My cousin Lisa is a big woman, but she's just drawn that way - she's six-feet-two without shoes on, redheaded and definitely woman-shaped. The word Amazon definitely applies to her - she could have easily cosplayed Red Sonja when she was in her twenties. Back before she got married and had kids, she used to wear long leather boots with heels and a black leather trenchcoat. (Cousin o...
  • 12:06 AM - ardoughter quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Players 'distressed' by gang-rape role-playing game
    Someone who probably needs to be watched very closely. Very likely this.

Saturday, 1st June, 2019

  • 09:43 PM - S'mon quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Start with Tragedy
    In Vecna Lives!, the players start the adventure either by playing the great mages of the setting or seeing what happened to them. One of the most reviled adventure openings in the history of D&D! :p
  • 12:06 AM - Ryujin quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Some Good Omens appear...
    Sorry, wasn’t clear: my folks have Prime. We use it all the time to buy stuff. But none of us has ever used it to watch anything. Log into Prime with a web browser. Click on the "My Prime" link and then select Video. Find what you want in the video list.

Friday, 31st May, 2019

  • 07:47 PM - Umbran quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Some Good Omens appear...
    I guess I need to figure out how to watch a show in Amazon Prime... Any friends who have Prime? Bring them some odd sandwiches in exchange for letting you watch?
  • 06:52 PM - Ryujin quoted Dannyalcatraz in post Some Good Omens appear...
    I guess I need to figure out how to watch a show in Amazon Prime... Sign up for Amazon Prime for one month. Watch "Good Omens." Buy product that you'd be buying anyway, to the point that you've saved more in shipping than the subscription cost. Cancel.


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