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Redgar the Valiant
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Scrasamax's comment on 2004-09-13 06:44 AM
Well, after seeing his smug face in the 3.5 ed books, I just had to take him down a notch. I dont know why I think he looked smug and superior, I just dont like him. Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Scrasamax's comment on 2004-11-17 07:24 PM
I have never played FFXI, and thusly have never heard of you. Any resemblance between your reality and mine are purely coincidental (Thanks Alec) Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Scrasamax's comment on 2005-03-29 03:08 PM
Four months to come up with those two words? I have been destroyed! My life is over! Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Scrasamax's comment on 2007-01-23 02:38 PM
Updated: Fixed the gremils in the code, and added the Special Equipment section. Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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EchoMirage's comment on 2004-09-13 02:23 AM
Laugh-out-loudly! I certainly enjoyed this one, moreso given the fact that you used the default DnD warrior's name :D

I certainly will try to use this one to put a dent into the pride of my PCs one day.
Thus 5/5 Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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EchoMirage's comment on 2010-08-31 06:52 AM
Actually, this guy has a scifi brother - Zapp Brannigan from Futurama. Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Cheka Man's comment on 2004-09-13 10:11 AM
I *love* this carecter...a triumph of properganda over the truth, and a nasty piece of work.But funny along with it. 5/5 Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Cheka Man's comment on 2004-11-17 04:42 PM
Whoever you are, I feel sure that Scrasamax did not set out to libel *your* Redgar. :)Lighten up,lol. Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Ancient Gamer's comment on 2005-03-29 08:21 AM
Dear Barbarian horde. Please refrain from posting comments using foul language in the future. Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Ancient Gamer's comment on 2005-11-07 02:09 AM
Yes, truly a 5/5. Scrasamax: You are a major shareholder of 5/5 posts on this forum :) Very good and certainly a character most players will remember with ire and annoyance for a long time =) Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Ancient Gamer's comment on 2005-11-07 02:09 AM
Only voted Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Saemond's comment on 2004-09-17 03:50 PM
I think another nice addition would be that the PCs hear of this Redgar claiming to have done deed X and saved Village Y or whatever, of course the events in the rumors accreditted to Redgar are the very same actions that the PCs have just done, furthermore it seems that Redgar's entourage is taking credit for all the goodly deeds that the PCs have done over the years.

Obviously the PCs will be a little unhappy, and will go looking for Redgar to settle this issue. Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Dragon Lord's comment on 2005-03-30 07:11 AM
Now Scrasamax, there is no cause to be downhearted for I truly love this character - shallow, egoistical, and empty-headed - great fun

As Cheka Man said, a genuine triumph of propaganda

My evil little GM mind is already starting to overheat

5/5 Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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Wulfhere's comment on 2007-01-22 09:50 PM
I love this guy! I think that I was in a play with him once.

King Senach would hire him as his champion, laughing his head off the entire time... Go to Comment
Redgar the Valiant
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angryscotsman93's comment on 2010-08-30 08:27 PM
Awesome idea, honestly. Whenever I game, I play a professional soldier, a make-no-bones-about-it type of killer- the guy who'll high-five you in streets one day and shoot you right in the face the very next day if ordered to. Now, my type of character, who emphasizes courage and honor above glory (think special operations soldiers WITH MAGIC!) would end up trying to strangle Redgar within minutes. And if his propaganda guys start saying that it wasn't a fair fight, then my dude'd probably say it wasn't, since Redgar's such a bloody pansy that he was crying like a baby in five seconds.

I want to put this guy into a campaign, now. How could I introduce him into a magic/technological environment, though? Go to Comment
The Omen of Fire
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2004-09-13 05:13 PM
MUAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!
AND THE WORLD SHALL BE BATHED IN THE CRUCIBLE OF FLAMES!

4/5. Go to Comment
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MoonHunter's comment on 2004-09-13 08:33 AM
Ah Destroying the World, or nearly destroying the world, is a GM's favorite past time. In this case, the GM really does not have to, as the mere appearance of the Omen, will allow the society to radically change.

This is a great way to revamp your game world some, if it has become tired during play.

There is a related topic here
http://www.strolen.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=908 Go to Comment
The Omen of Fire
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Scrasamax's comment on 2005-01-30 01:02 AM
Recently watched the iChronicles of Riddick/i in which a comet is the harbinger of the world killing Necromongers. There is some nice work done as the necromongers become a dominating topic among street speakers and conversationalists. The name is spoken with trepidation, disbelief and fear.

A question to anyone else who saw the movie, why were the necromongers the only people with capital ships? Go to Comment
The Omen of Fire
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Scrasamax's comment on 2005-01-30 07:24 PM
on one hand, they could in theory be better prepared each time the comet comes round. On the other, each passage could be a horribly disruptive event. Records are destroyed, oral traditions disrupted and so forth. THe only way that the the regular timing of the comet of ill omen could be found would be through the examination of gaps in historical record.

IE - the Kingdom of Tammuz existed for 150 years, followed by 50 years of Ghazi occupation. Then, the records cease to exist for thrity to fifty years. Following that, the Arbela dynasty rose and lasted 200 some odd years before vanishing, leaving behind sketchy recounts of an omen in the sky and panic and confusion.

It has been nearly 250 years since the fall of the Arbela Dynasty. Do the PCs get nervous? Go to Comment
The Omen of Fire
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EchoMirage's comment on 2005-01-30 04:01 AM
Now, what if the comet was a recurring event - returning since its first appearance regularly, and the malevolent effects - not only people being mad, but also magical fallout and the like - it brings becoming more severe with every return? Go to Comment
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