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  • bloodyroarxxbloodyroarxx Casa GrandeRegistered User regular
    Yeah man, I tell ya what, man, that dang ol' internet, man, you just go in on there and point and click, talk about w-w-dot-w-com, mean you got the naked chicks on there, man, just go click, click, click, click, click, it's real easy, man.
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  • Evil MultifariousEvil Multifarious Registered User regular
    edited April 8
    What happens when the forge turns on

    Is it like, a drawn-out extinction event, or is it an instantaneous apocalyptic moment

    Is the world totally dead afterward, stripped of all life? Do the dead worlds end up with mindless undead on them? Maybe sometimes souls get bound up in some kind of barrier and end up stuck in undead bodies for sapient undead

    My first thought is that a pivotal campaign moment would involve traveling to one of these dead worlds, probably through the connection between the forge and the Stars, and realizing the scope of the terrible truth, while spelunking in ancient ruins for a mcguffin

    Evil Multifarious on
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    I fucking hate you Canadians.
  • amateurhouramateurhour One day I'll be professionalhour The woods somewhere in TennesseeRegistered User regular
    Had a small blow up over some stupid shit at work and just as I was about to add hungry to the list of things upsetting me, my wife made the dumbest joke and then I laughed and drank a protein shake and now I'm good again.


    Arch wrote: »

    I never expected this burn from captain bushmeat
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  • Styrofoam SammichStyrofoam Sammich WANT. normal (not weird)Registered User regular
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    Okay next Stellaris expansion is cool. I love the idea of becoming the crisis or pulling a Palpatine.


    As a Lover of Democracy this appeals to me

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  • SniperGuySniperGuy SniperGuyGaming Registered User regular
    He tweeted that he had nose surgery, he was kidding. But still, believeable.

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  • amateurhouramateurhour One day I'll be professionalhour The woods somewhere in TennesseeRegistered User regular
    Also I've got an NFT question.

    I got linked to an article about the Delorean Back to the Future NFT coming out this week or next week or something. They're making them in three editions, limited to like 1000, 20,000, and 50,000 each, and they vary from $50 to I think $100

    Now, each of these NFTs features the delorean, and some of them have working lights and doors that open and stuff.

    If I bought one of them, and own it, does that mean if I made a 3D racing game I could use that model in it, as long as I wasn't using any BttF logos?

    Because otherwise I don't see the point in buying something that you can just have for free.


    Arch wrote: »

    I never expected this burn from captain bushmeat
  • Donkey KongDonkey Kong For Workgroups Version 3.11 Registered User regular
  • KamiroKamiro Registered User regular
    "Evil Multifarious"

    hello, please consider illustrating my magical patron/dark god for your prompt. I wrote it up for the DCC/DnD campaign I'm running
    The Dark Stars are an ancient constellation of malevolent, cold-burning suns. They lurk along the furthest edge of our universe, silently observing - and guiding - the events of the cosmic and mortal realms. Among their powers are the gifts of prophecy and the manipulation of fate. Their understanding of ancient cosmic magic is unmatched, and they are willing to share their dark secrets with promising mortal agents - for a terrible price.

    Billions of years ago, The Dark Stars were like any other countless stars in the great cosmic cycle. They birthed in stellar nurseries, and Mother Gaia herself entrusted them with watching over the life developing on millions of worlds throughout the universe. They cast their light on planets, and witnessed the rise and fall of countless civilizations. As with all things, though, they began to die after billions of years. The sacred fuel that kept their blazing cores burning ran dry, and they collapsed into the final stage of their life cycle. While most of the stars were content to pass into stellar death, a select few quietly raged against this injustice, and sought ways to extend their lives indefinitely.

    To do this, they needed an alternate source of fuel, and eventually came to realize the energy of the life around them could suffice. Using their vast knowledge and power, they attracted agents on worlds harboring intelligent life, and manipulated them into building vast and terrible machines, known as forges, that could harvest the lifeforce of every being on the planet. Using souls to power their burning cores instead of the sacred fuel corrupted the stars. Their cold and brilliant light shone on their dead, harvested worlds, and they quickly turned their attention to distant worlds still teeming with life.

    Agents:

    The Dark Stars prefer ambitious and powerful agents that are willing to dedicate decades and even centuries to their sprawling and nefarious plans. Because of the enormous resources required to construct the forges, Dark Star agents often form cabals and cults to steer entire civilizations and empires into building the engines of their own destruction. To entice the best and brightest, they offer powerful magic that is able to manipulate fate and summon the terrible light and destructive power that The Dark Stars wield. In return, their agents supply The Stars with as many souls as possible. Agents are often granted magical implements or spells that are able to store and harvest souls, and serve as a marker of the agent’s covenant with the constellation.

    Where these souls come from is irrelevant - The Stars see mortal life as little more than a distant fuel source. Mortals themselves and their flicker-length lives are oblivious to the cosmic cycle, and so are beneath their consideration. Only the agents that are able to ignite the awful engines that devour entire worlds - the forges - and deliver millions of souls are worthy of peership with The Stars. Those select few are granted a portion of souls they collect when they harvest a world, elevating them in power and knowledge.

    Are they taking applications for supplicants who have been driven to madness by the contemplation of the cold infinitude and sheer weight of age? Because I might know a guy.

    Um, our D&D game is over. Get with the program

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  • Donkey KongDonkey Kong For Workgroups Version 3.11 Registered User regular
    Also I've got an NFT question.

    I got linked to an article about the Delorean Back to the Future NFT coming out this week or next week or something. They're making them in three editions, limited to like 1000, 20,000, and 50,000 each, and they vary from $50 to I think $100

    Now, each of these NFTs features the delorean, and some of them have working lights and doors that open and stuff.

    If I bought one of them, and own it, does that mean if I made a 3D racing game I could use that model in it, as long as I wasn't using any BttF logos?

    Because otherwise I don't see the point in buying something that you can just have for free.

    There is literally no point. NFTs are utterly pointless and have no intrinsic worth or practical use whatsoever.

    At best they are a cryptographically secure way you can prove you gave money to the person who made a listing.

    Thousands of hot, local singles are waiting to play at bubbulon.com.
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  • bloodyroarxxbloodyroarxx Casa GrandeRegistered User regular
    edited April 8
    What the fuck why would people lie on the internet!

    bloodyroarxx on
    Yeah man, I tell ya what, man, that dang ol' internet, man, you just go in on there and point and click, talk about w-w-dot-w-com, mean you got the naked chicks on there, man, just go click, click, click, click, click, it's real easy, man.
    Sleep
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    My cat likes to watch me play video games. it doesn't have to involve animals, though she likes those more. Anything with high contrast will catch her attention, and she's happy to just chill and watch.

    every person who doesn't like an acquired taste always seems to think everyone who likes it is faking it. it should be an official fallacy.
    the "no true scotch man" fallacy.
    Jacobkosh
  • Evil MultifariousEvil Multifarious Registered User regular
    The new espionage stuff sounds great and might be just what I needed to make diplomacy less static

    I'm excited!

    Inquisitor wrote: »
    I fucking hate you Canadians.
    MazzyxJames
  • WinkyWinky rRegistered User regular
    Feral wrote: »
    My cat likes to watch me play video games. it doesn't have to involve animals, though she likes those more. Anything with high contrast will catch her attention, and she's happy to just chill and watch.

    My cat also likes to watch me play video games, but instead of looking at the screen she just sits in my lap and stares at me like a weirdo while I play.

  • TcheldorTcheldor Registered User regular
    Also I've got an NFT question.

    I got linked to an article about the Delorean Back to the Future NFT coming out this week or next week or something. They're making them in three editions, limited to like 1000, 20,000, and 50,000 each, and they vary from $50 to I think $100

    Now, each of these NFTs features the delorean, and some of them have working lights and doors that open and stuff.

    If I bought one of them, and own it, does that mean if I made a 3D racing game I could use that model in it, as long as I wasn't using any BttF logos?

    Because otherwise I don't see the point in buying something that you can just have for free.

    There is literally no point. NFTs are utterly pointless and have no intrinsic worth or practical use whatsoever.

    At best they are a cryptographically secure way you can prove you gave money to the person who made a listing.

    The NFT gives you the right to say you own the NFT.

    That's it. You're getting nothing else.

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  • JamesJames Registered User regular
    i feel bad about it, but i laughed out loud at the idea of Kirkhope being punched for writing the DK Rap

    sorry Kirkhope, you're a decent composer!

  • ElendilElendil Registered User regular
    my cat likes to watch video games but not me playing them

    he mostly watches ninja and dr disrespect

    Winky
  • JacobkoshJacobkosh Gamble a stamp. I can show you how to be a real man!Moderator mod
    @Casual Eddy hahaha that spell is great.

    I really love how flavorful DCC's magic is. The way D&D magic tends to work in really rote, predictable ways tends to make it kind of boring to me compared to something with more risk and uncertainty (like DCC), more in-universe flavor like The One Ring, or more versatility like Mage.

    rRwz9.gif
    Casual Eddy
  • Casual EddyCasual Eddy The Astral PlaneRegistered User regular
    What happens when the forge turns on

    Is it like, a drawn-out extinction event, or is it an instantaneous apocalyptic moment

    Is the world totally dead afterward, stripped of all life? Do the dead worlds end up with mindless undead on them? Maybe sometimes souls get bound up in some kind of barrier and end up stuck in undead bodies for sapient undead

    My first thought is that a pivotal campaign moment would involve traveling to one of these dead worlds, probably through the connection between the forge and the Stars, and realizing the scope of the terrible truth, while spelunking in ancient ruins for a mcguffin

    that sounds rad

    the forges will harvest a world in a cataclysmic event, killing every sapient creature and harvesting their life-essence. the engine then beams the energy billions of miles to the recipient. this process releases enough radiation to sterilize the planet, turning into a dead world. the soulless undead wandering a tomb-world is a really cool idea and not something I thought about before

    in my campaign the wizard who is serving the dark stars is going to turn the engine on, but the goddess of nature Ildavir, wants him to use the forge to harvest the capital city of the empire and use that power to blow the roof off of the undersea that the campaign has taken place in, thus restoring it to the natural order. There's some shenanigans going on so that he'll be compelled to do that (our cleric is of Ildavir, and has repeatedly healed the wizard from death's door, and Ildavir states she can take that power back and turn the wizard to dust), but I think I'm going to have a backup plan in case he decides to try and harvest the whole planet anyway.

    It's exciting because I think we're about 2-3 sessions from the climatic battle and final showdown

    Elki wrote: »

    Casual Eddy: best poster 2014.
    tyrannus wrote: »
    Casual Eddy: best poster of 2015

    gotta update that stuff man
  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    The new espionage stuff sounds great and might be just what I needed to make diplomacy less static

    I'm excited!

    The new first contact system, which is part of the free upgrade with the "Dick" patch, sounds great. Building up information on enemy empires. Not just "run a research and known them." Espionage, diplomacy, and vivisection. All the old favorites.

    u7stthr17eud.png
    Evil MultifariousKana
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    Feral wrote: »
    My cat likes to watch me play video games. it doesn't have to involve animals, though she likes those more. Anything with high contrast will catch her attention, and she's happy to just chill and watch.

    This is her as a kitten in 2009 watching me play Wow:

    vpjf62sbra8s.jpg

    And this is her a couple of months ago watching herself watching me play... probably Planet Zoo or something.

    o68gr2uhhk0g.jpg

    every person who doesn't like an acquired taste always seems to think everyone who likes it is faking it. it should be an official fallacy.
    the "no true scotch man" fallacy.
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  • nexuscrawlernexuscrawler Registered User regular
    The new espionage stuff sounds great and might be just what I needed to make diplomacy less static

    I'm excited!

    *changes chat population control policy to "livestock"*

  • JacobkoshJacobkosh Gamble a stamp. I can show you how to be a real man!Moderator mod
    Feral wrote: »
    Feral wrote: »
    My cat likes to watch me play video games. it doesn't have to involve animals, though she likes those more. Anything with high contrast will catch her attention, and she's happy to just chill and watch.

    This is her as a kitten in 2009 watching me play Wow:

    vpjf62sbra8s.jpg

    And this is her a couple of months ago watching herself watching me play... probably Planet Zoo or something.

    o68gr2uhhk0g.jpg

    BABY :hearteyes:

    rRwz9.gif
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  • Styrofoam SammichStyrofoam Sammich WANT. normal (not weird)Registered User regular
    Has anyone bothered to ask the dark star how its doing? Maybe it just needs someone to talk to.

    wq09t4opzrlc.jpg
    LoserForHireX
  • Casual EddyCasual Eddy The Astral PlaneRegistered User regular
    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    @Casual Eddy hahaha that spell is great.

    I really love how flavorful DCC's magic is. The way D&D magic tends to work in really rote, predictable ways tends to make it kind of boring to me compared to something with more risk and uncertainty (like DCC), more in-universe flavor like The One Ring, or more versatility like Mage.

    every dcc spell is built like that! sleep, a level 1 spell, can potentially kill an entire city at the highest results

    32+ Natural slumber to all things: the caster causes the world around him to slow and sleep. All creatures
    within 500 yards fall asleep. Creatures of 4 or fewer HD receive no save. The affected creatures include
    birds, insects, and small animals as well as people. Both friendly and unfriendly creatures are affected.
    Plants are also affected; those that close their petals or retract flowers at night behave as if it is nighttime.
    The effect is supernatural in aspect and cannot be disturbed. The affected world continues to slumber
    until a specific interrupt condition occurs (e.g., the new moon rises, or 100 years have passed). Only powerful magic can end the effect sooner.

    Elki wrote: »

    Casual Eddy: best poster 2014.
    tyrannus wrote: »
    Casual Eddy: best poster of 2015

    gotta update that stuff man
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  • Evil MultifariousEvil Multifarious Registered User regular
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    The new espionage stuff sounds great and might be just what I needed to make diplomacy less static

    I'm excited!

    The new first contact system, which is part of the free upgrade with the "Dick" patch, sounds great. Building up information on enemy empires. Not just "run a research and known them." Espionage, diplomacy, and vivisection. All the old favorites.

    Oh man I did not hear about that

    This is promising!

    Inquisitor wrote: »
    I fucking hate you Canadians.
    Tumin
  • Evil MultifariousEvil Multifarious Registered User regular
    What happens when the forge turns on

    Is it like, a drawn-out extinction event, or is it an instantaneous apocalyptic moment

    Is the world totally dead afterward, stripped of all life? Do the dead worlds end up with mindless undead on them? Maybe sometimes souls get bound up in some kind of barrier and end up stuck in undead bodies for sapient undead

    My first thought is that a pivotal campaign moment would involve traveling to one of these dead worlds, probably through the connection between the forge and the Stars, and realizing the scope of the terrible truth, while spelunking in ancient ruins for a mcguffin

    that sounds rad

    the forges will harvest a world in a cataclysmic event, killing every sapient creature and harvesting their life-essence. the engine then beams the energy billions of miles to the recipient. this process releases enough radiation to sterilize the planet, turning into a dead world. the soulless undead wandering a tomb-world is a really cool idea and not something I thought about before

    in my campaign the wizard who is serving the dark stars is going to turn the engine on, but the goddess of nature Ildavir, wants him to use the forge to harvest the capital city of the empire and use that power to blow the roof off of the undersea that the campaign has taken place in, thus restoring it to the natural order. There's some shenanigans going on so that he'll be compelled to do that (our cleric is of Ildavir, and has repeatedly healed the wizard from death's door, and Ildavir states she can take that power back and turn the wizard to dust), but I think I'm going to have a backup plan in case he decides to try and harvest the whole planet anyway.

    It's exciting because I think we're about 2-3 sessions from the climatic battle and final showdown

    Oh so the wizard knows what's up

    I was imagining them deceiving their servants (until they become powerful and complicit enough to be tempted by eternal reward and servitude, knowing the truth)

    Setting the campaign at the moment of the forge's completion makes it harder to justify serving them but it's also higher drama

    Is the core conflict player v player? I dig it

    Inquisitor wrote: »
    I fucking hate you Canadians.
  • Casual EddyCasual Eddy The Astral PlaneRegistered User regular
    a 32 on a d20 is pretty hard to get at lower levels, of course, but not impossible with the game mechanics

    Elki wrote: »

    Casual Eddy: best poster 2014.
    tyrannus wrote: »
    Casual Eddy: best poster of 2015

    gotta update that stuff man
  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    The new espionage stuff sounds great and might be just what I needed to make diplomacy less static

    I'm excited!

    The new first contact system, which is part of the free upgrade with the "Dick" patch, sounds great. Building up information on enemy empires. Not just "run a research and known them." Espionage, diplomacy, and vivisection. All the old favorites.

    Oh man I did not hear about that

    This is promising!

    u7stthr17eud.png
  • Casual EddyCasual Eddy The Astral PlaneRegistered User regular
    What happens when the forge turns on

    Is it like, a drawn-out extinction event, or is it an instantaneous apocalyptic moment

    Is the world totally dead afterward, stripped of all life? Do the dead worlds end up with mindless undead on them? Maybe sometimes souls get bound up in some kind of barrier and end up stuck in undead bodies for sapient undead

    My first thought is that a pivotal campaign moment would involve traveling to one of these dead worlds, probably through the connection between the forge and the Stars, and realizing the scope of the terrible truth, while spelunking in ancient ruins for a mcguffin

    that sounds rad

    the forges will harvest a world in a cataclysmic event, killing every sapient creature and harvesting their life-essence. the engine then beams the energy billions of miles to the recipient. this process releases enough radiation to sterilize the planet, turning into a dead world. the soulless undead wandering a tomb-world is a really cool idea and not something I thought about before

    in my campaign the wizard who is serving the dark stars is going to turn the engine on, but the goddess of nature Ildavir, wants him to use the forge to harvest the capital city of the empire and use that power to blow the roof off of the undersea that the campaign has taken place in, thus restoring it to the natural order. There's some shenanigans going on so that he'll be compelled to do that (our cleric is of Ildavir, and has repeatedly healed the wizard from death's door, and Ildavir states she can take that power back and turn the wizard to dust), but I think I'm going to have a backup plan in case he decides to try and harvest the whole planet anyway.

    It's exciting because I think we're about 2-3 sessions from the climatic battle and final showdown

    Oh so the wizard knows what's up

    I was imagining them deceiving their servants (until they become powerful and complicit enough to be tempted by eternal reward and servitude, knowing the truth)

    Setting the campaign at the moment of the forge's completion makes it harder to justify serving them but it's also higher drama

    Is the core conflict player v player? I dig it

    it's vanguard's wizard and she's just evil and power hungry

    when I presented her with the dark star's contract he texted back *doesn't read, mashes accept repeatedly*

    Elki wrote: »

    Casual Eddy: best poster 2014.
    tyrannus wrote: »
    Casual Eddy: best poster of 2015

    gotta update that stuff man
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  • Evil MultifariousEvil Multifarious Registered User regular
    The new espionage stuff sounds great and might be just what I needed to make diplomacy less static

    I'm excited!

    *changes chat population control policy to "livestock"*

    Frankly I think the opinion hit for sapiophagy is way too high

    Inquisitor wrote: »
    I fucking hate you Canadians.
  • Hahnsoo1Hahnsoo1 Make Ready. We Hunt.Registered User regular
    What happens when the forge turns on

    Is it like, a drawn-out extinction event, or is it an instantaneous apocalyptic moment

    Is the world totally dead afterward, stripped of all life? Do the dead worlds end up with mindless undead on them? Maybe sometimes souls get bound up in some kind of barrier and end up stuck in undead bodies for sapient undead

    My first thought is that a pivotal campaign moment would involve traveling to one of these dead worlds, probably through the connection between the forge and the Stars, and realizing the scope of the terrible truth, while spelunking in ancient ruins for a mcguffin

    that sounds rad

    the forges will harvest a world in a cataclysmic event, killing every sapient creature and harvesting their life-essence. the engine then beams the energy billions of miles to the recipient. this process releases enough radiation to sterilize the planet, turning into a dead world. the soulless undead wandering a tomb-world is a really cool idea and not something I thought about before

    in my campaign the wizard who is serving the dark stars is going to turn the engine on, but the goddess of nature Ildavir, wants him to use the forge to harvest the capital city of the empire and use that power to blow the roof off of the undersea that the campaign has taken place in, thus restoring it to the natural order. There's some shenanigans going on so that he'll be compelled to do that (our cleric is of Ildavir, and has repeatedly healed the wizard from death's door, and Ildavir states she can take that power back and turn the wizard to dust), but I think I'm going to have a backup plan in case he decides to try and harvest the whole planet anyway.

    It's exciting because I think we're about 2-3 sessions from the climatic battle and final showdown

    Oh so the wizard knows what's up

    I was imagining them deceiving their servants (until they become powerful and complicit enough to be tempted by eternal reward and servitude, knowing the truth)

    Setting the campaign at the moment of the forge's completion makes it harder to justify serving them but it's also higher drama

    Is the core conflict player v player? I dig it
    Given what we know of the IRL pandemic and all, I'm not surprised if the minions don't need to be deceived at all. They're probably 100% on board with the suicidal plan. "Make FantasyWorld Great Again" and all that.

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    Jacobkosh wrote: »
    BABY :hearteyes:

    More TBT!

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    2008

    yl7211f5612d.jpg

    2021


    every person who doesn't like an acquired taste always seems to think everyone who likes it is faking it. it should be an official fallacy.
    the "no true scotch man" fallacy.
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  • Casual EddyCasual Eddy The Astral PlaneRegistered User regular
    they're all cool with destroying their planet as long as they get rewarded with immense power

    Elki wrote: »

    Casual Eddy: best poster 2014.
    tyrannus wrote: »
    Casual Eddy: best poster of 2015

    gotta update that stuff man
  • nexuscrawlernexuscrawler Registered User regular
    they're all cool with destroying their planet as long as they get rewarded with immense power

    no politics in chat plz

    Evil MultifariousWinky
  • JamesJames Registered User regular
    Got my car airbag changed today (for free!). They were recalled because sometimes the mechanism would explode and project shrapnel at the passenger instead of inflating the bag, which is the exact opposite of what you want an airbag to do. I'm very glad I never had occasion to find out whether mine was defective.

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  • Casual EddyCasual Eddy The Astral PlaneRegistered User regular
    hah! 32+ on blessing is also ridic/awesome

    At this level of power, the blessing applies to the cleric and to an enterprise
    he serves in the name of his deity.
    Moreover, the blessing bestowed to
    an ongoing enterprise is permanent,
    as long as it is favored by the cleric’s
    deity, until either the completion of
    the enterprise or its dissolution. Note
    that there is a “reasonableness factor”
    in the deity’s granting of this blessing.
    Attempting to abuse the definition of
    a “permanent enterprise” risk a deity’s
    wrath. The enterprise can be a pilgrimage to a distant shrine, an army with a
    certain holy goal, a mission to liberate
    a princess, a sea voyage to encounter
    new lands, or other such endeavors.
    All persons involved in the enterprise
    with the cleric receive a +1 bonus
    to all activities associated with the
    enterprise, as long as it remains in the
    service of the cleric’s deity. In addition, the cleric can designate a number
    of individuals equal to his CL who
    receive an expanded bonus of +CL
    to all activities associated with the
    enterprise. This is such a mighty drain
    of strength the cleric loses the ability
    to cast this spell for 1d20+10 days. If
    at any point the cleric falls out of favor
    with his deity, the blessing is revoked.
    The blessing is magical in nature and
    can be dispelled temporarily

    Elki wrote: »

    Casual Eddy: best poster 2014.
    tyrannus wrote: »
    Casual Eddy: best poster of 2015

    gotta update that stuff man
    credeiki
  • Donkey KongDonkey Kong For Workgroups Version 3.11 Registered User regular
    Who wants to buy an NFT of my avatar?

    It is not mine to sell since it's part of some "nintendo characters painted as bara men" set of images by an artist whose name I cannot recall. It's a low res edit of the source image, and if you buy it I will publicly deny creating the NFT listing. I will also immediately change it to something else, then back, invalidating the gallery URL.

    let's start bidding at $3,000

    Thousands of hot, local singles are waiting to play at bubbulon.com.
    JamesBrody
  • Evil MultifariousEvil Multifarious Registered User regular
    they're all cool with destroying their planet as long as they get rewarded with immense power

    no politics in chat plz

    global forging is a hoax

    Inquisitor wrote: »
    I fucking hate you Canadians.
    LoserForHireXBrody
  • ElkiElki get busy Moderator, ClubPA mod
    It's 3 pm over here and my brain is forming a committee to pick between RDR2, Sekiro, Hades, and HZD. My money is on staring at screens and not picking anything.

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    JamesJacobkoshRear Admiral ChocoBrodyAegis
  • Hahnsoo1Hahnsoo1 Make Ready. We Hunt.Registered User regular
    they're all cool with destroying their planet as long as they get rewarded with immense power

    no politics in chat plz

    global forging is a hoax
    Look, global forging is real, and all. We can't deny that data. But I question whether or not it's wizard-made.

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