Watched Knowing the other night interesting flick and pretty good. But I noticed something that I have seen a lot of in destruction films. Namely Cloverfield and one of those shitty Day of Destruction Earthquake things. In these movies people always loot when the news breaks what's going on. Now I get the appeal of looting, there's free shit, you're out with friends, and you get to throw bricks through windows. Who doesn't want to loot? And if you know that 2/3rds of the way through the film that
Well, we had a session of Savage Tide converted to Pathfinder. We were all 11/12th level PC's with new class combos, magic items and different outlook on life.
Maybe it was the encounters, bad roles, the lack of one players Cleric, another player still making his PC, and a new player who never played a druid (and D&D) before but we got our arses handed to us.
We were in that crazy flesh city looking for the Lords of Dread and those pearls. We descended into a flesh
August 16, 2009
Scarred Lands: The Old Sage
Denday of Madrer, 150 AV
After recouping from their travels over the perilous Gascar Peaks, the group had finally made itís way to the Fouled Forest, in order that the Old Sage might actually be able to give them answers to questions that had been plaguing them since they first met in Mithril, months ago.
As dawn broke, and so did their camp, they moved into the forest. Their senses on alert for
Updated 09-13-2009 at 11:11 PM by RMajere
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Updated 02-20-2010 at 12:36 PM by michael
The new cleric has had a few notable changes. The cleric lost heavy armor but automatically gains proficiency in his/her dietyís favored weapon. In 3.5, you only got that if you took the war domain. Now everyone gets it. A few skills got changed around. You lost Concentration but then Pathfinder dropped that skill all together. The cleric gained Appraise, Knowledge (Nobility), Linguistics (note: this is a new skill) and Sense Motive. Overall, I like the new skill list.
Updated 12-08-2009 at 09:56 AM by WhiteTiger