This thread continues the ongoing saga.
For those new/unfamiliar, this particular Game is based on Dungeons and Dragons 3.5ed core rules with more references and add-ons than you can shake the random stick at, and further additions are available upon request.
New players are ALWAYS welcome, but please don't be a faggot (lit or fig).
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No, Thez is entirely female and lacking anything resembling a benis. She does get kinky w/ her tail tho.
Okay, there is now 2 hoers in the stable, one a majestic and regal unicorn that could theoretically be grabbed by the horn, though Tracy tried to cut it OFF, which it would have none of. The other is the previously murdered yet somehow present and very disposed against Tracy ninja-hoers. I'm sure that will be explained in time.>>5063
Oh? I don't recommend attempting to cut it off if that's what you're thinking.
If you like, I can go into exquisite detail about Thez and her accoutrements (many of which are magical and relate to her evolution as a player/villain, yes she has performed as a villain on several occasions) but suffice to say that if successful, cutting her tail off would result in a specific turn of events that would be adverse in the least.
Nah... And it wasn't her tail.
>>5062>She does get kinky w/ her tail tho.
Infernuis get tail pegged?
im glad you're alright gm anon
I'm surrounded by a town, I'm the last to be in danger. I appreciate your concern though, the sudden cacophony of sirens was a little alarming.>pegged
I never described what happened.
You said my asshole hurt, i can only ASSume.
I'm sure it was the tacos.
It was pretty heavily implied.
Also, stop fapping to >no hooves futa porn.
Great advice, but thanks to horsepussy I've been nofap for months now.
Can I be a Wizard with a level 1 Cloistered Cleric dip?
I won't say no, but I would like to know how you might explain that working? I mean, clerical magic is submissive, while wizardry (do you mean wizard or sorcerer, cuz they're different; sorcerer is inherent magic, wizard is songs, dances, diagrams, components) is dominant.
I hope not, that wasn't my intention. I don't know if he intended to, but he touched on a philosophical point that is often overlooked, gaming or otherwise. Again, I haven't said no, but its not a "Sure go ahead" type of scenario.
Do minotaurs come in different bovine breeds?
Probably is the best answer. I mean, are we talking MLP canon, mythological, etc? There's only been 1 minotaur in MLP so there's nothing to derive from there, and mythologically speaking there's only one particular example I can think of. This begs the question of whether minotaurs are a chimera of sorts, or whether they are an evolutionary species. I'm inclined to say "Yes", but they're so few and far between that I would instead table the question with a "I'll answer that when the next minotaur shows up.You asked
Come back. Its not that scary i promise.
Infernius should be a Nazi cow, in respect to all of the ones who got shoahed into sausages a couple years back.https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2015/01/07/aggressive-nazi-bred-cows-caused-havoc-on-a-modern-farm/?utm_term=.ae22c62db7cbhttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heck_cattle#Controversy>Behavior isn't genetic! Stop being racist!>You have to shoah almost every one of these Nazi cows, because they're irrationally violent and one of them killed a Jew!
Scary no, disturbing,...? ^_~
Seriously though, the cleric/wizard question is one I often get when I am inviting new players so I'll expound a bit. Wizardry is its own field of specialty that requires rigorous hours and intensity to be able to effectively work/master. It involves countless hours of study, experimentation, and ingenuity. Conversely, Sorcery involves reaching within one's self to determine one's full capacity, in spite of differing potential (and prescription) from the society the character inhabits. Simply, wiz/soc's are entirely sovereign in their practices and disposition. Clerics on the other hand spend the majority of their time and effort seeking to be closer to a God/ideal, which is largely prescribed. Many examples exist of clerics and priests who slough off the established doctrines, but all in favor of determining the mindset/desires of the chosen/sponsoring deity. Again, this is submissive (not being derisive with that) and runs contrary to the alternative.
In my experience, peeps who want to play both are often trying to have the best of both worlds without really getting into what makes a cleric, wizard, or sorcerer so the standard answer is no (excepting a damn good reason).
K, so since everyone is somewhere in the vicinity I'm going to state at the outset that I'm NOT going to exhaustively map the anthill, pic related (inverted for proper perspective). The amount of area the players will actually venture vs. the whole of the anthill is minute. There will be basic "You're here, there's these exits", and depending on choices you may find yourself winding back and forth (not excessively, that's just boring). Having said, I am going to attempt to authentically portray the environment while making it enjoyable for the players.
>>5087>tfw my paint program sucks and i cant recolor a cow.
I like the breed.>>5084
Do you care if im a heck gm?
Am i at the dais yet or no?>>5058
Yep. AFAIK everyone (except maybe Tracy) has made their way to the pyramid. Players are welcome to decline,... but that's the best place to be unless I'm gonna have to do more frantic mapping and deciding that will probably be inconsistent or non-compelling.
They really are beautiful, even if they have genocidal tendencies:>Some of Derek Gow's cows terrified him. "If I was standing here and some of the more aggressive ones were in this field, and they could see me, then they would come right across now and try and kill you," he told the BBC. Those cows would charge "with every intention of wiping you off the face of this Earth," he said from his farm.
Coming from the guy who owned them.
It's actually quite the interesting article. They were wild cows with ancient roots, coming from a project to breed-back the extinct Auroach cows.
It makes perfect sense too, given that Minotaurs are predisposed to chaos (usually evil, but exceptions) and are particularly large and often brutal.
Yeah. A minotaur, just by default, is already imbued with quirks from the "beast" archetype; having massive, non-human bodies and charging into their enemies.
I never imagined a Minotaur cleric before, but Nazi cleric really does work in this case.
It goes great with Kord, a chaos god of war and battle, not dissimilar to Thor (or Odin for that matter).
Technically, I mean every archetypal icon which represents the same thing, but yes Rockwell.
Is there any other way I can enhance my equipment or whatnot to increase my stats or range of abilities?
Of course, but I only know for certain of one person in the mix who can craft objects like you describe, and you'll have to make it worth his while.
I'll try that later then.
Don't worry, I've already worked out a more 'reasonable' alternative. He'll be along shortly.
Ifernuis want magic cock ring.
Funny enough, its not the first time. Can do, but you don't get any more rings just 'cuz (only 2 magic rings can be active at any time).
Beware of overly friendly whores, that's all I'm gonna say.
He was an orphan raised in a monastery, but he sucked at the combat stuff and only really wanted greater knowledge and greater power. Sure, he'd be Good, but he didn't see the point in being super religious about it. He ended up becoming a Cloistered Cleric. But it still wasn't for him, and he made the leader of a monastery he used to study at hate him with all the questions and logical thought and stuff, so he spent years studying in secret, pretending to be focused on holy studied. He eventually dropped out and became a Wizard as soon as he was old enough.
Now, if anyone asks, he tells people he's a wizard, and makes up some bullshit about studying alone in some farm's attic in return for aiding with the crops if anyone presses him on a backstory. If anyone questions his occasional Cleric spell or how he can do things normally only possible for Cloistered Clerics of Time and Animals, he says, in his own words, "I'm a very good Wizard".
Sounds good. Got a name? ^_^