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Monday, 20th May, 2019

  • 09:59 PM - CleverNickName mentioned FlyingChihuahua in post Long Rests in Dangerous Places -- What if NOPE?
    FlyingChihuahua, Immortal Sun, Yaarel: yes, I understand that these spells exist, and for good reason...but what if they didn't? Or what if it was like in Final Fantasy III and they only worked in very specific, predefined locations like at the intersection of arcane leylines, or within a circle of ancient stones? It's just a thought exercise about how important Long Rests are, really, to your group. Would it completely change the way your group plays the game, or would it just be a minor inconvenience? Or would anybody even notice?

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Thursday, 23rd May, 2019

  • 06:59 PM - Staffan quoted FlyingChihuahua in post The Final Announcement from The Descent Live Stream: Eberron Hardcover
    I feel like if they do Psionics (at that feels like a given at this point, but hey, WotC headquarters could explode before they get it out) they're gonna bundle Dark Sun with it, like they're doing with the Artificer and Eberron. Yeah, putting the psion in Dark Sun makes perfect sense. My "mind mage" sorcerer suggestion was meant more as a stopgap. You could make one or two decent psions that way, which might be enough for an Eberron campaign, but there's not enough depth there for a psi-heavy setting like Dark Sun.
  • 12:29 PM - Azzy quoted FlyingChihuahua in post The Final Announcement from The Descent Live Stream: Eberron Hardcover
    I feel like if they do Psionics (at that feels like a given at this point, but hey, WotC headquarters could explode before they get it out) they're gonna bundle Dark Sun with it, like they're doing with the Artificer and Eberron. Yeah, I see this as the most likely path they'll take.
  • 07:45 AM - ClaytonCross quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Are you satisfied enough with the Artificer to publish it?
    I mean, rests happen a helluva lot more than level ups, so I could still see it as useful. True, but my point is that its very niche and you are (read "I am") not likely to need it more than a few times campaign. So the level ups more then cover it. Unless its something I can do once a day as a bonus action, I am just going to build the best cantrip list I can have and stick with it. It is rare to never that you know you need one cantrip AND know with an hour of advanced down time to switch it out. Your far more likely to have a few cantrips that come up that you keep on your list.

Wednesday, 22nd May, 2019

  • 01:43 AM - ClaytonCross quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Are you satisfied enough with the Artificer to publish it?
    I mean, rests happen a helluva lot more than level ups, so I could still see it as useful. Usefulness is dependent on if you use it or not, am I wrong? The problem is "The Right Cantrip for the Job" doesn't switch as and bonus action so your likely only going to switch when you KNOW one cantrips is better than another for some things... but once you know that, your likely to keep that cantrip on your spell list never needing to swap it out again. Using an ability once per campaign for the cost of an ability I would actually use every session is a great lose. "Wand Prototype" adds a cantrip giving more choices but that means I need to switch them out even less. So while the SEEM to play off each other but actually it provides another option which means I fallout my 1-3 cantrip want list and have no need to change it out. I very rarely need more than a few cantrips. My point is in an entire campaign I might have thought, I wish I hand cantrip X instead of cantrip Y, 1 or 2 times and when I di...

Monday, 20th May, 2019

  • 09:51 PM - GlassJaw quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Long Rests in Dangerous Places -- What if NOPE?
    leomund's tiny hut, mordenkainen's private sanctum, etc Fine but still requires to spend resources to use those spells. I like the idea overall, and I don't think it has to be a massive undertaking. You could increase the chance of wandering monsters and the players would figure it out. Or make the environmental conditions so harsh that the players need to invest in significant gear to be able to long rest. Either way, I don't think it's a big deal to simply state: no long rest here.
  • 04:16 AM - Parmandur quoted FlyingChihuahua in post The Final Announcement from The Descent Live Stream: Eberron Hardcover
    Not what I wanted, but acceptable. Wonder if my old prediction is right, that they're mainly gonna do setting books when they can put a class into it (assuming The Artificer is in this book). They just have to release a Dark Sun book with the Psion and I will be right. Hopefully it will add some extra player stuff than just the Artificer and the races, like a few new subclasses or maybe some new fighting styles (long shot, but I can hope.). Hopefully they also have some more monsters, cause I wanna fight some Daeklyr. Ravnica didn't have a new Class, though I would expect a Psion in Dark Sun.
  • 12:35 AM - gyor quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Bet on Sunday’s ‘surprise’ D&D announcement
    I mean, it does kinda make sense putting them together. They're essentially both ways to get around the D&D universe. Combined they are the D&D metaverse.

Tuesday, 23rd April, 2019

  • 03:09 AM - Mistwell quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Do classes built for the 5E D&D *ENGINE* NEED sub-classes?
    the game is designed with subclasses in mind, so yes, 5e needs subclasses. It's entirely possible that people would start arguing about the poll itself than the reason for the polls existence. So? Right now the poll portion only has utility for ONE person, despite asking all posters to participate (apparently just for the benefit of that one person). That's rude.
  • 01:44 AM - TwoSix quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Arcana Domain
    I haven't played them yet, but I had an idea for an Arcana Cleric that I try to make as SAD as possible. Variant Human to grab Magic Initiate (Druid) to grab Shillelagh and a few other spells (I went with Thorn Whip and Faerie Fire personally, but as long as you grab Shillelagh, your good) use your free Wizard cantrips to grab Green-Flame Blade and Booming Blade and use a Quarterstaff for your melee weapon so you can use Shillelagh and make it a d8 and use your Wisdom for it's attack rolls and damage. Depending on if the DM signs off on it, you could have some fun with Potent Cantrip as well, but that's not really required to make the build go, it's just a good little bonus if your DM swings it. Like I said, haven't really played it, but it certainly sounds fun to me. Potent Cantrip should definitely work on BB/GFB for an Arcana Cleric unless the DM specifically bans it. Shillelagh/BB for a 20 Wis 8th level Arcana cleric should be doing 2d8+10, plus the 2d8 on enemy movement. That's almost ...

Monday, 1st April, 2019

  • 07:02 PM - MarkB quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Artificer UA has been released!
    I'm kinda sitting here wondering what other artisan's tools you could make subclasses out of, since it seems like the subclasses for the Artificers are based primarily on the tools you use (alchemist's supplies and herbalism kit for Alchemist, and Smith's and Woodcarvers tools for Artilierist) My Viking Alchemist with the Pirate background has tool proficiency with Vehicles (Water). I have been wondering whether that means he can cast spells using a longship.
  • 03:56 AM - R_Chance quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Artificer UA has been released!
    I'm kinda sitting here wondering what other artisan's tools you could make subclasses out of, since it seems like the subclasses for the Artificers are based primarily on the tools you use (alchemist's supplies and herbalism kit for Alchemist, and Smith's and Woodcarvers tools for Artilierist) Assuming there's no crossover of tools, you could make something with Jeweler's Kits and Mason's Tools and be a kind of elementalist (like real life Periodic Table elements, not The 4 Elements type thing). Part of your crafting specialty could be those spell gem things that were in OotA (basically spell scrolls, but you can't write them into your book) There's also Calligraphy Set and Artist's Supplies for the artsy types who paint pretty pictures of what they want to happen and it happens. They would probably focus on Spell Scrolls for crafting. Heck, if they don't care too much about different subclasses getting the same proficiency, they could use Herbalist's Kit and Woodcarver's Tools to make an Apo...

Sunday, 18th November, 2018

  • 01:46 PM - dave2008 quoted FlyingChihuahua in post 5e Hardcore: Monster Manual
    You realize you don't need a monster manual to do those things? And you didn't need to make your post, but you did anyway. We very often do things we want to do, not simply what we need to do.
  • 11:30 AM - Zardnaar quoted FlyingChihuahua in post The math of GWM/SS
    There has to be a reason why 5E is popular, and it's not because it's good, only [insert preferred edition/game here] is good. It must be because you can minmax and optimize in it. 5E is a good edition but I doubt its because of how good those 2 feats are. 5E has a few warts, I think the ease of running it is the biggest point in its favor. A lot of the warts also won't crop up in a lot of games as the casual players don't know and the hard core players don't always powergame. We used the -5/+10 feats a lot when 5E came out but the monsters are so weak its usually overkill and as long as you don't take the potato feats or potato combinations or deliberately undermine your character its all good. Not actually playing 5E atm but 90% of that is due to other stuff, the remaining 10% is maybe we over did it.
  • 09:57 AM - Matrix Sorcica quoted FlyingChihuahua in post 5e Hardcore: Monster Manual
    You realize you don't need a monster manual to do those things? How does this in any contribute anything to this thread other than crapping?

Saturday, 17th November, 2018

  • 07:51 PM - Satyrn quoted FlyingChihuahua in post What's the point of gold?
    . . . Bragging to dragons about your hoard being bigger . . . I'm Sold! That's totally gonna be my next rogue's goal.
  • 02:38 PM - 5ekyu quoted FlyingChihuahua in post What's the point of gold?
    Castles, Bribing Nobles, Getting with every whore in the city, Commissioning a giant statue of yourself, Bragging to dragons about your hoard being bigger, all kinds of good stuff, you just got to think. That much gold means - i get to be picky!

Tuesday, 5th June, 2018


Monday, 4th June, 2018

  • 10:45 AM - Shasarak quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Wow. Just began reading Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes -- WOTC is really putting out some awesome books.
    I guess I'm not as privileged as you are. Yeah, I know. It is a real first world problem when you have the "privilige" to not buy something that you are not interested in. o_O Tell me something, if the book didn't have those at all, would you still buy the book? If I would not buy it with it in then why would I buy it without it? Why dont they make the font smaller and fit even more content into the book instead of cutting chafe away.
  • 08:15 AM - MNblockhead quoted FlyingChihuahua in post Wow. Just began reading Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes -- WOTC is really putting out some awesome books.
    I guess I'm not as privileged as you are. Tell me something, if the book didn't have those at all, would you still buy the book? What? Look, I'm firmly in the fan-camp for XGTE, but how is it a statement made from privilege to say that it is not a selling point for them when a good chunk of a book is not of interest to them. I mean, I can understand if you are irked by differing opinions on something you like, especially if you feel they are uninformed or unfair. But I don't know where your comment on "privilege" is coming from? Has privileged just become the Internet's new generic pejorative?

Sunday, 3rd June, 2018



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