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Tuesday, 16th April, 2019


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Friday, 14th September, 2018

  • 02:26 AM - Yaztromo quoted Emirikol Prime in post Choose Your Own D&D Adventure!
    Unfortunately they used the Endless Quest branding but didn't use the old Endless Quest system. It's really just a CYOA. The "old" Endless Quest gamebooks that I still have, use a CYOA syatem. What Endless Quest system are you referring to? Can you please clarify?

Tuesday, 4th September, 2018

  • 04:39 PM - Doctor Futurity quoted Emirikol Prime in post Choose Your Own D&D Adventure!
    Unfortunately they used the Endless Quest branding but didn't use the old Endless Quest system. It's really just a CYOA. That said I'll be picking them all up. The original Endless Quest books were also CYOA. The only books with a mechanical system were Fighting Fantasy, Sorcery!, Lone Wolf, etc....but Endless Quest was always just CYOA.
  • 03:41 PM - Sacrosanct quoted Emirikol Prime in post Choose Your Own D&D Adventure!
    Unfortunately they used the Endless Quest branding but didn't use the old Endless Quest system. It's really just a CYOA. That said I'll be picking them all up. How do you mean? I still have the old Endless Quest books. How is the system different from the CYOA system? I do recall back in the day there were a few D&D books that required you to flip a coin for things (Wizards, Warriors, and You had that a couple times too), but IIRC, Endless Quest were not those, but written in the typical CYOA style.

Thursday, 30th August, 2018


Saturday, 11th August, 2018


Friday, 10th August, 2018

  • 09:03 PM - Jer quoted Emirikol Prime in post News Digest: Starfinder Beginner's Box, The Late Show D&D Segment, Several Big "Miniatures" Announced, and more!
    Not really into Pathfinder as much as I used to be but as the Beginner Box was the best product in a decade I'll be picking up the Starfinder box as well. I recently acquired a copy of the Starfinder Core Rules, but there's no way I'll convince my gaming group to play it based on the core rules - it's just too much for a one-shot and honestly too much game for where they are right now as players (and we're in the middle of a campaign anyway). But if the Starfinder Beginner Box is as good at explaining the minimum you need to start playing for Starfinder as the original Pathfinder Box was for Pathfinder, I might be able to convince them to give it a go.

Friday, 4th May, 2018

  • 03:28 PM - kenmarable quoted Emirikol Prime in post "Immortal Fortress" - WotC Drops Clues About The Upcoming Storyline?
    This has BEEN solved. Morse Code at the bottom of the page reads: #NoStoneUnturned A direct Eye of the Beholder reference. It’s Undermountain. Definitely looks likely but that clue was more than just an Eye of the Beholder reference. It was also clue #1 that pointed to this Twitter account that has been leaving a trail of hints to hunt down more information across the internet. (For example, it looks like Volo has started a Yelp page.) So there's more info to find out there! :)

Friday, 6th April, 2018

  • 09:21 AM - Aldarc quoted Emirikol Prime in post Bulmahn on Pathfinder 2's Goblin Ancestry
    Seems like a giant betrayal of how they’ve been presented which is one of the iconic parts of PF. Someone on the Paizo forums had done research intended to rebuke the inclusion of goblins as a core ancestry in PF2. But according to them, they discovered in their research that the negative portrayal of goblins greatly softened over time, with some of the worst stuff being in the 3.5 publications that were subsequently deemed "non-canonical." I think that Paizo should include more than just Goblins as new core ancestry's. Goblins are a nice step, but they could add more. At least 3 or 4 more.I recall a few developers suggesting that they wanted to add more (e.g., tengu), but they decided against it for the sake of the total page count and focus. I personally would have loved if they added kobolds to the mix. That would have also thrown a nice bone to their fellows and supporters at Kobold Press.

Friday, 2nd February, 2018


Wednesday, 31st January, 2018

  • 07:52 AM - ad_hoc quoted Emirikol Prime in post A single +1 armor for a level 10 party
    He clearly said he thought it wasn't enough for him. So I said ignore it. Every table determines what is DnD for themselves. Sent from my iPhone using EN World mobile app You said that magic items are part of D&D. The implication of your comment is that playing without having tons of magic items isn't D&D. It is possible to think that magic items are part of D&D and not have a Christmas Tree of a PC. Here are the OP's questions: "Did I miss or miss-read something? Are you playing with those guidelines? " The OP is asking if this level of magic items checks out for 5e. The answer is that yes, it does (and for traditional D&D as well). The OP isn't asking for permission. No one is going to call the D&D cops on the OP if they want to add more items to their game.

Thursday, 5th October, 2017

  • 12:59 PM - hejtmane quoted Emirikol Prime in post Mike Mearls "Invented The Baked Potato" in Xanathar's Guide With The Cleric Forge Domain
    Then they should have done the work. Let's not act like this is ditch digging. Far more should have been at launch especially considering their insane idea of content releases. Years later and we are finally getting some more. Sent from my iPhone using EN World mobile appWe could just back to the old days where we just had cleric fighter thief and wizard call it a day. Ha sub classes talk about luxury Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk

Tuesday, 3rd October, 2017

  • 02:32 PM - Ancalagon quoted Emirikol Prime in post Mike Mearls "Invented The Baked Potato" in Xanathar's Guide With The Cleric Forge Domain
    Honestly that we didn't have far far more domains in the PHB is mindboggling. I concur. When I first read the class I was confused as to why there were so few. Now in some cases one domain is a perfectly acceptable replacement for another. The light domain is *almost* the fire domain for example. But other *big* concepts like say chaos... nope. Sent from my SM-G930W8 using EN World mobile app
  • 02:55 AM - Panda-s1 quoted Emirikol Prime in post Mike Mearls "Invented The Baked Potato" in Xanathar's Guide With The Cleric Forge Domain
    Not in the PHB. In the core rulebook they had the domains and they had the cleric and druid, each of which received a specific subset of spheres. The complete priest handbook expanded this by including sample priesthoods. 7 domains in the PHB is still plenty of content for the cleric, it clearly doesn't cover everything but then no PHB was fully comprehensive. idk I kinda have to agree that domains felt a little lacking in 5e. Like it feels comprehensive, and hits all the major bases for pantheons, but things like elemental domains are missing. Hephaestus would be a good example, he's a shoe-in for the forge domain, and would probably have the fire domain, too, if that were a thing. But instead his suggested domain is... knowledge? I mean I guess knowing how to forge stuff is a kind of knowledge, but the abilities and spells given by the knowledge domain aren't really things I'd associate with the god of metalworking. I don't wonder anymore why customers get treated poorly. Sent from my iPhone ...
  • 02:44 AM - dave2008 quoted Emirikol Prime in post Mike Mearls "Invented The Baked Potato" in Xanathar's Guide With The Cleric Forge Domain
    I don't wonder anymore why customers get treated poorly. Sent from my iPhone using EN World mobile app A fail to see how your reply answered my question: "Why? What content would you remove to include more domains." Do you care to clarify?
  • 02:01 AM - Valetudo quoted Emirikol Prime in post Mike Mearls "Invented The Baked Potato" in Xanathar's Guide With The Cleric Forge Domain
    2nd edition domains had worship rites and clothing and weapons etc. Let us not make excuses for a lack of content. WotC aren't our friends. We are their customers. Sent from my iPhone using EN World mobile appspecialty priests are what your thinking of. Domains only affected spells you could cast. But its been years since i played 2nd so i could be misremembering.
  • 01:46 AM - dave2008 quoted Emirikol Prime in post Mike Mearls "Invented The Baked Potato" in Xanathar's Guide With The Cleric Forge Domain
    Then they should have done the work. Let's not act like this is ditch digging. Far more should have been at launch... Why? What content would you remove to include more domains. I could see a list of more domains, but fully fleshed-out domains like they are in 5e, I don't think so.
  • 01:25 AM - Henry quoted Emirikol Prime in post Mike Mearls "Invented The Baked Potato" in Xanathar's Guide With The Cleric Forge Domain
    Then they should have done the work. Let's not act like this is ditch digging. Far more should have been at launch especially considering their insane idea of content releases. Years later and we are finally getting some more. In my opinion that's being a bit harsh. First, it's not like it's been nothing since the game's release, there were domains released the following year with the Sword Coast guide, not to mention a bunch of Unearthed Arcana stuff for home table use. Secondly, the game is only three years old total, that's not that long actually, and it's only been the breakneck pace of stuff in 3.x and Pathfinder that gives people that expectation. Do I wish there had been more content officially released in the past couple of years? Absolutely! But i'm not about to grill 'em for it, as they've still put out a decently supported game for three years, and despite my dislike of a very slow release schedule, they must be doing something right, because it's more popular than ever.


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