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Cavern of Inane Natter / Re: Max's Short Attention Span Theatre
« Last post by valadaar on February 01, 2017, 10:57:17 AM »
I had other stuff with it, but it was starting to ramble on. The other stuff was really loosely coupled and incomplete, so I hacked it off and left the remainder as-is.

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Citadel Tavern / January 2017 Highlights
« Last post by Kevin Cook on February 01, 2017, 10:18:38 AM »
If you are not interested in new or rare dice that were added to the worlds largest collection of dice this month ... Please ignore this post




To see the highlights of dice added in January 2017 
Click on the photo of the Studio 6d6 Pumpkin die above



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Cavern of Inane Natter / Re: Max's Short Attention Span Theatre
« Last post by Aramax on February 01, 2017, 09:41:16 AM »
Today's feature: Val shows us what you can do with a near "100 word" (cult of done , my ass)
https://strolen.com/viewing/Spellreaver
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Cavern of Inane Natter / ...reading Muro's "Moleskin" really HUMBLED me.....
« Last post by Aramax on February 01, 2017, 09:36:37 AM »
So Muro put a comment on my "Virgin's Bane" sub. " Look at my Moleskin sub if you get a chance, it's the same subject, a dragon runt. "Just when I think my eyes can't open any more they get even wider about here. My sub doesn't really deserve to be on the same site as his.I could really ramble about this. Instead I'm just going to say the following.

Vote and comment HARD on my sub's as I try and grow as a writer here. I intend to do the same on yours. I'll no doubt struggle with my near Oekaki work but in the long term it will help me to grow. I've grown to the point where I feel like I finally fit in here but I want to take a place with the best of you.

I have kept a weekly game together for 35 years, 31 years the same campaign.
I have won over 50 awards at conventions for excellence as a roleplayer
these are facts
I have to learn to seperate that part of my ego from my writing, which is CLEARLY not in the same catagory

So bare with me as I grow, learn and hopefully , my great ideas will have the execution and polish they and you deserve.
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Sagely Advice / Re: Minons
« Last post by Aramax on January 30, 2017, 04:34:44 PM »
28. Police Precinct "Purgatory"
Without doubt the worst part of town, and a hot contender for the worst part of *any* town, Purgatory is a chaotic, over-populated, crime-ridden patchwork of poverty and opulence, of the exotic and aberrant. Its history includes being built upon an ancient cursed burial ground, the Great Mage Massacre of '84, and the Aberrant Incursions. Yes, it does have a leaking portal to Hell, and many low-key hellspawn ply their trade here. So do dispossessed fey, and celestials with tarnished halos. Crime syndicates, heretical cults, and secret societies naturally gravitate towards the turmoil. People from all walks of life find their path crossing Purgatory when their life has been turned upside down.
Yet, despite all of this, the Law has not abandoned the district's dirty, blood-stained streets. Keeping what passes for peace and order, the police force of Purgatory are a rugged lot - too rough to fit into civilised society, yet possessed of a pragmatic sense of justice and utilitarian righteousness. Funded partially by the city, in part by citizens, and in part by the mob, they employ methods that would get them suspended elsewhere, just to prevent the worst, and make Purgatory tick one more day without descending into utter chaos. They do not pull punches, don't bother with procedure, and usually shoot first. Considering the range of threats they encounter, don't be surprised if they pull heavy artillery, dark occultism, or torture as their plan A.
While the Purgatory Police are technically good guys, PCs may run afoul of them by upsetting the status quo - such as initiating large-scale gang warfare, committing arson, or going against the more civilised parts of the Mob.
Now your just showing off.  ;)
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Sagely Advice / Re: Minons
« Last post by EchoMirage on January 30, 2017, 03:54:04 PM »
28. Police Precinct "Purgatory"
Without doubt the worst part of town, and a hot contender for the worst part of *any* town, Purgatory is a chaotic, over-populated, crime-ridden patchwork of poverty and opulence, of the exotic and aberrant. Its history includes being built upon an ancient cursed burial ground, the Great Mage Massacre of '84, and the Aberrant Incursions. Yes, it does have a leaking portal to Hell, and many low-key hellspawn ply their trade here. So do dispossessed fey, and celestials with tarnished halos. Crime syndicates, heretical cults, and secret societies naturally gravitate towards the turmoil. People from all walks of life find their path crossing Purgatory when their life has been turned upside down.
Yet, despite all of this, the Law has not abandoned the district's dirty, blood-stained streets. Keeping what passes for peace and order, the police force of Purgatory are a rugged lot - too rough to fit into civilised society, yet possessed of a pragmatic sense of justice and utilitarian righteousness. Funded partially by the city, in part by citizens, and in part by the mob, they employ methods that would get them suspended elsewhere, just to prevent the worst, and make Purgatory tick one more day without descending into utter chaos. They do not pull punches, don't bother with procedure, and usually shoot first. Considering the range of threats they encounter, don't be surprised if they pull heavy artillery, dark occultism, or torture as their plan A.
While the Purgatory Police are technically good guys, PCs may run afoul of them by upsetting the status quo - such as initiating large-scale gang warfare, committing arson, or going against the more civilised parts of the Mob.
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Links / Re: Valadaars Link of The day
« Last post by valadaar on January 30, 2017, 11:19:42 AM »
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Sagely Advice / Re: Minons
« Last post by Aramax on January 29, 2017, 05:27:45 PM »
27. The Redeemed
A band of criminals united by their common experience in the most horrific prison to ever mar the face of the world. They were tortured, used to test alchemical concoctions, as training objects for war beasts, and as playthings for monsters whose names are best left unspoken. Today, they're scarred, haunted by nightmares, but excellent at dirty fighting, and surprisingly resilient. Also, don't forget that they were dangerous criminals even before - tax evasion doesn't earn you a lifetime in Fellhold (maybe except for Angel; that one's said to have been a political prisoner).
The Big Bad is the one that orchestrated and led their jailbreak, and their loyalty is without question. On the downside, they have weaknesses such as deeply entrenched emotional trauma, or wounds that never healed; likewise, a chance at vengeance against their erstwhile captors could distract them from their current goal.
Very Very Nice!!!!!!!! keep em coming!!!!!!
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Site Help / Re: What is the EXACT policy on Politics here?
« Last post by Aramax on January 29, 2017, 02:06:43 PM »
I am very sorry for my actions in the past and promise to NEVER start anything here again.Period.
To the person this was obviously aimed at, No sweat, Clean Slate and no hard feelings!
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Site Help / Re: What is the EXACT policy on Politics here?
« Last post by Aramax on January 29, 2017, 01:48:33 PM »
Ok Folks you heard him. I promise 2 very polite warnings. My actual goal is 4 very polite warnings but I gonna PROMISE two......after that...............
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