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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Okay, then. The current totals are: Beory 20 Boccob 25 Celestian 22 Heironeous 23 Kord 16 Incabulos 4 Obad-Hai 21 Olidammara 24 Pelor 21 St. Cuthbert 10 Trithereon 10 Ulaa 10
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Now, from the corrected totals, my vote: Beory 22 Boccob 24 +1 = 25 Celestian 22 Heironeous 23 Kord 16 Incabulos 4 Obad-Hai 21 Olidammara 24 Pelor 21 St. Cuthbert 11 -2 = 9 Trithereon 10 Ulaa 10
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Yeah, I can't tell how @The Glen was trying to vote since it's not clear what base he was working from. Using #369 as the base and applying the subsequent votes by everyone else (obviously The Glen can cast a new vote today to make up for the fact that it can't be told how he voted): Beory 22...
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Beory 24 Boccob 26 Celestian 24 Erythnul 7 Heironeous 22 Kord 19 Incabulos 14 Istus 9 Obad-Hai 21 Olidammara 23 Pelor 24 St. Cuthbert 15 Trithereon 11 Ulaa 14
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    He was watching and waiting. But now that he's been let out of the confines of this thread, he's now free to destroy everything. Remember slood? No, you don't, because the first thing Tharzidun did was destroy the very concept of slood, retroactively erasing it from the multiverse. We're now...
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    D&D 5E Will you buy the new Gift Set with Monsters of the Multiverse?

    Current vote is No/Separate, but the second part of that is not certain.
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    D&D 5E Psionics in a sci-fi D&D

    Right, it's not logic, it's simple empirical observation, based on looking at the last five decades of RPG design, that the first draft of any game system that is simultaneously 1) not a near reskin of a well-playtested system, 2) able to handle a broad variety of powers, and 3) is as powerful...
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    D&D 5E Psionics in a sci-fi D&D

    What one should seek to do is entirely dependent on what end one wants to achieve. If the end sought is making an interesting psionics system for psionics fans, then as I pointed out myself, deliberately making something different and complicated and powerful is the correct thing to do. But...
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    D&D 5E Psionics in a sci-fi D&D

    Here are the options as I see them: 1) Reskin magic. For example, take the sorcerer chassis, refluff, make thematic subclasses, customize the spell list, and use something like the DMG spell point rules. For another example, take the 3.5 SRD psionics and adapt to 5th edition (which means, not...
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Beory 20 Boccob 23 Celestian 22 Ehlonna 15 Erythnul 19 Fharlanghn 15 Heironeous 20 Hextor 19 Kord 18 Incabulos 21 Istus 17 Iuz 7 Nerull 17 Obad-Hai 21 Olidammara 22 Pelor 23 Pholtus 12 Ralishaz 12 St. Cuthbert 21 Tharizdun 5 Trithereon 21 Ulaa 14
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    D&D 5E Psionics in a sci-fi D&D

    The Oxford English Dictionary entry for psionic: Pertaining to or involving ‘psi’. So psionics n. pl. [-ic 2], (the study of) the paranormal Same dictionary, defining psi: 2. Paranormal phenomena or faculties collectively; the psychic force supposed to be manifested by these. Same dictionary...
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Beory 23 Boccob 22 Celestian 23 Ehlonna 18 Erythnul 18 Fharlanghn 17 Heironeous 18 Hextor 21 Kord 15 Incabulos 21 Istus 20 Iuz 9 Nerull 17 Obad-Hai 20 Olidammara 23 Pelor 22 Pholtus 14 Ralishaz 14 St. Cuthbert 20 Tharizdun 7 Trithereon 22 Ulaa 14 Wee Jas 8
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    It isn't a result of random name generator, it's an Early Greyhawk pun. The goddess of death and magic is named after the magic board that you use to talk to the dead.
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    TSR Darlene tells NuTSR NO!

    No, not "yes and no". Just "yes". If the registration is kept up by WotC, then any attempt by LaNasa to register the trademark immediately and automatically bounces. And then WotC wouldn't have had to file the TTAB action, or pay for that filing by that very expensive law firm that filed it. It...
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    TSR Darlene tells NuTSR NO!

    Well from a lawyer-advising-client perspective, it's saying "You numbskulls, if you'd just kept the registration up this LaNasa idiot wouldn't have gotten even this far. Sure, renewing the registrations cost money, but it would have been less than you've already paid the lawyer on your TTAB...
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Boccob 22 Celestian 22 Ehlonna 19 Erythnul 19 Fharlanghn 17 Heironeous 23 Hextor 20 Kord 14 Incabulos 20 Istus 21 Iuz 18 Nerull 19 Obad-Hai 20 Olidammara 21 Pelor 18 Pholtus 16 Ralishaz 20 St. Cuthbert 23 Tharizdun 13 (Would you people stop trying to let him out?) Trithereon 21 Ulaa 16 Vecna 4...
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    D&D 5E List of All 33 Races in Mordenkainen's Monsters of the Multiverse

    What WotC is actually going to achieve is convincing a large segment of the usual customer base to go out and pirate Monsters of the Multiverse, to the ultimate harm of sales of that book. Many people who will quite happily pay $50 for a new book will not be remotely happy with the idea of a...
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Eh. Originally, he was a long-destroyed lich. Bringing him back as a god was too comic-book.
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    D&D 5E List of All 33 Races in Mordenkainen's Monsters of the Multiverse

    So, is there anywhere I can read about the changes, instead of watching a gods-cursed video?
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    D&D 5E 5E Survivor - Deities (Part 2: Greyhawk)

    Beory 22 Boccob 20 Celestian 21 Ehlonna 20 Erythnul 20 Fharlanghn 19 Heironeous 21 Hextor 20 Kord 16 Incabulos 20 Istus 21 Iuz 19 Nerull 18 Obad-Hai 20 Olidammara 21 Pelor 20 Pholtus 16 Ralishaz 20 Rao 11 St. Cuthbert 22 Tharizdun 16 Trithereon 21 Ulaa 18 Vecna 13 Wee Jas 16
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