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Actually, it's because he has scales. The sarrukh ability works on "Scaled Ones".
Pun-Pun is just an example of completely abusing the rules system, though.
Ordinary Kobolds, however, do suck quite a lot. Even with the updated +1 Nat armor bonus, -4 to Str and -2 to Con is still pretty harsh for only a +2 Dex bonus... that's why I suggested Dracolich.
...Now, here's an interesting question. Why are so many members of the Tabletop Roleplayers social group (not that there's actually that many members) also participants in the Genderbending of Haruhi Suzumiya project?
Because people with similar interests tend to gather in similar places.
And because you touch yourself at night.
Here's a better question... where the heck is everyone? This place is deader than... well, my ability to come up with a decent analogy
Because there's damn little I can think of to talk about at the moment.
Not even about D&D 4e, at least until they come out with PHB3 and the Monk.
So until then... Dead group is dead?
I just got my hands on the
This is one of those games which is better played online, where you don't have to be reminded that the
maid player character you're trying to seduce into a yuri romance (for game mechanic reasons, really; there are some nice bonuses to actions like that) is actually a guy.
Strangely enough, as a
rather than an actual game, it looks pretty fun.
It also doesn't hurt that it's easier to find people who would actually play it on the internet than in real life
"Maid is also the first ever Japanese role-playing game to be translated and released in English."
But not the first to be done anime-style. (BESM, anybody? ...Though I haven't actually played using that system yet.)
Why talk about D&D 4E? It sucks in comparison to the 3.5E stuff!
Wouldn't know, haven't had a chance to play either
For people just wanting to get into D&D and play a game, 4e is better.
For people already experienced in D&D, 4e has a lot of strange simplifications and limitations. They streamline a certain
of game, which just so happens to be the type of game that D&D is trying to be, including since at least 3e (when I started). In fact, I'd say that 4e is slightly less hack-and-slash than 3.5e,
if you take into account
only the core rulebooks (PHB, DMG, MM). It's only fair that way.
But if you really want a reason why we talk about D&D 4e, it's Because I Say So. As the social group founder and all that.
Meh... 2nd Edition is the way to go. Unless you wanna go ultra hardcore and stick with 1st, that is...
To clarify, we can also talk about
editions of D&D. I'm just not going to prevent anyone from
talking about 4e (or any edition).
Going into personal preferences, though, in the interests of making the game more user-friendly, THAC0 needed to die. As does Vancian magic.
Stumbled upon this recently:
That has got to be the most bizarre thing I have ever re-
What the f*ck was THAT?!
... sorry, couldn't resist
Best meme in a while.
...Oh, yes, forgot to mention that I suckered myself into getting more D&D-related material today while I was at the book store.
What I got? A game called "Three-Dragon Ante".
I don't really regret the purchase, though... The card design is quite nice.
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