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The Riot Dog
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Jarons20's comment on 2010-05-10 09:07 PM
OMG. I thought the riot dog was an avatar for a god as well, it is so strange that he is seen so often in the presence of the riots. I hope he is the Greek version of the French Marianne Go to Comment
The Riot Dog
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Silveressa's comment on 2011-07-29 07:53 PM


A nice way to enhance an otherwise nondescript part of the cities and make for a refreshign change. Plot hooks #2 & 3 would fit perfectly into a WFrp campaign, and #1 can make for a nice (temporary?) animal companion for a rogue or other street dweller.


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MoonHunter's Top Tips for 2009
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Strolen's comment on 2011-06-18 12:10 PM
Update: Formatting issues. Go to Comment
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Cheka Man's comment on 2010-04-06 08:54 PM
Very good. Go to Comment
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Dozus's comment on 2014-02-18 02:51 PM
I miss these. We need a 2013 list. Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2012-09-18 12:19 PM
These are a list of good tips - or at least things to aspire towards. Go to Comment
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Shriss's comment on 2010-04-06 10:00 PM
Thank you for posting these for us! Go to Comment
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PoisonAlchemist's comment on 2013-03-21 11:03 PM
1/2. I both agree and disagree. There are some players that live to subvert the trends.
3. Even if you don't know the rules cold you need to at least be decisive. Make a decision, move on. If a player knows the rules better than you or looks it up later that's fine but your rule is law for that session.
4. You can't make them. Honestly some are just hopeless. As long as they are competent with their own character it's a system's fault that everyone goes "How does grappling work again?"
5. Cute?
6. I think you need to be more clear here. It's up to a DM to know the pulse of things and if things are deteriorating it is best to talk one on one first.
7-10 Yes yes yes. Go to Comment
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EmilioV's comment on 2012-07-28 09:11 AM
A helpful article that made me think about how I run my games.

Thank you for sharing this with us. Go to Comment
Figments
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Scrasamax's comment on 2010-01-01 04:48 PM
A bit vague and open, but that is workable. It seems like a sort of Fictional Animism, which I can get behind. Here comes Batman, Speed Racer, and Dinosaur Velociraptor grinches Go to Comment
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tinypoisonousfish's comment on 2009-12-23 06:16 PM
This is completely awesome. Very similar to something I've been cooking up recently, a throwback to an old game I've had for years, based in Fort Lauderdale. Super cool. Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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Siren no Orakio's comment on 2009-11-29 10:44 AM
Well, since it's a stub, we expect that it's just a supporting idea seed for another submission. As such, it is quite an interesting concept, and I look forward to seeing what comes of it in the future.
I also wonder of you could do this by making every elf the kwizatch haderach- they do not learn because they have forgotten that there are things that are not in their fantastic racial memory. Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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Scrasamax's comment on 2009-11-26 04:09 AM
An interesting angle, I very much like it. Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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EchoMirage's comment on 2009-11-26 02:16 AM
It's ... weird. Hard to use as a player race; somewhat tragic. It's different, yes, and an interesting explanation.

Considering it, I propose an offshoot: There is a Truth, penned before time, and Elves can only learn from this truth. Individual advancement is possible within boundaries of the Truth. A wise elf simply knows more of the truth.

I have to make my mind up about how to see this. Not voted yet. Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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EchoMirage's comment on 2009-12-01 02:31 AM
Another alternative: Elves are born of nature, thus have an intimate connection to it, and can learn to understand anything natural. Humans are not natural, neither are their works - and elves simply don't and can't "get them". Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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Cheka Man's comment on 2009-11-25 08:20 PM
Stuck in the past, poor them. Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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Cheka Man's comment on 2009-11-30 04:51 PM
What would happen if Elves got hold of tech? Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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Ancient Gamer's comment on 2009-11-27 07:11 AM
Certainly a new angle on the elves, and an angle I find difficult to like. Perhaps I am horribly stuck in the low birthrate explanations of old, or perhaps I just see this version as improbable.

The definition of intelligence is the ability to learn. The more intelligent you are, the quicker you learn. This theory would make elves mindless automatons, like Golems, automatons incapable of holding enlightened conversations.

Such a PC would be reduced to a fixed level character that said and did the same things over and over again, like a record set on repeat. Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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Mourngrymn's comment on 2009-11-27 11:36 PM
OK because this is a Moonhunter sub I always expect the best. The size of this disturbs me as the norm for Moon is exceptionally detailed. I like the idea first and foremost as an NPC race. I can not see this as a viable player based race. Their limited knowledge is an interesting angle, I like the stagnant evolution they seem to be stuck in, however, not knowing how to trade... or not learning how to trade as it is a skill seems rather limiting and seemingly a death sentence in the long run. Sure they can be self sufficient and continue to produce life and their society, but eventually the outside world will find them. And just like the seemingly primitive tribes of our history, they will perish under the technologically advanced and free thinking societies.

I like the concept... but I feel it may need a little work. Go to Comment
Elves and their Ways
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Murometz's comment on 2009-12-02 11:31 AM
Very stimulating concept, the inability to learn. I look forward to more on this topic. Go to Comment
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