This is starting to really irritate the crap out of me. I was reading someone's blog (sorry if I can't remember your name) who was asking what is up with DnD vs. DnD.
This rant is not an argument for 4e or against 3.x DnD. This is a rant on peoples argument for 3.x. As a PhD candidate, we are trained to hold our arguments, and provide logic for our viewpoints. So serious mistakes in logic and weak arguments really piss me off.
I may be misinformed, and will
Updated 04-21-2009 at 08:03 PM by yukonhorror
Alpha Male [Heavy Thrown Weapon Attack ?]
You, and you alone are the master of the master of ranged
attacks on this battlefield. Anyone who dares challenge that
fact will not likely live to regret it.
Daily <> Martial, Ranged
Standard Action ---- Heavy Thrown
Target: One creature
Attack: Strength vs. AC
Hit: 3 [W] + Strength modifier damage and may make a
secondary attack against the target.
Miss: 2[W] + Strength modifier damage,
We have a new member of the group, Ben is up from Alabama and finds us agreeable. I look forward to seeing more of him.
The adventure for the night started in the Townhouse kitchen. Now this kitchen is a modern addition to the ancient hearth and hard work model that is under it. In the process of installing this kitchen, literally bolted on top of the old one the cellar stairs got blocked. The Scowler had no use for the basement. Unlike the upper floors he didn't bother
So I am in China now. Have wanted to be here for years, now my dream has come true. I am sad to say that I can't find any gamers here yet, but who knows maybe with a little time and some prayer I can find the books, the dice, and the players. But 'till that happens I am left looking for sources in other places. So I figured, if I could find a dice roller or what ever you call it (for playing pnp games via internet) I could hook up with some good old American's and play some D&D 3.5, heck I would
Updated 03-23-2009 at 07:41 AM by McBoy
Last night we came up with two items I would have to include as a DM:
Boots of the Bored Mathematician: You can do math very fast in your head. I.E. you can calculate trajectories for an arrow quickly; you can estimate a bag of coins within 5% by pulling out the first ten. You can estimate the shortest distance on a map.
Perhaps not the most useful item, but strange.
The Ware Bridge: Either a bridge that gets hairy on a full moon, or a member, item, or animal who