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>> No.57278674 [View]

>>57278643

Anything you're particularly excited to resolve, anon?

>> No.56527469 [View]

>>56527455

What sort of loose ends, anon?

>> No.55785584 [View]

>>55785571

What sort of 5e game are you playing?

>> No.54757407 [View]

>>54757368

How unfortunate. Did you have a solo session, or simply call it a day?

>> No.54259456 [View]

How was your weekend, /pgg/? Do anything fun or exciting, game-related or otherwise?

>> No.53839757 [View]

>>53839637

I'm doing quite well, thank you. I actually have plans to go see Man of La Mancha tonight. Here's hoping your brother enjoys himself come Monday!

>> No.53712845 [View]

So! Who all's excited for the weekend? Any big plans, game-related or otherwise?

>> No.52955182 [View]

>>52954732

Going to be helping pop the question.

>> No.52413822 [View]

>>52413732

Are the horses important to any of your characters or their abilities? Or are they fairly interchangeable?

>> No.52198307 [View]

>>52198249
>>52198267

Both are entirely possible. And if we don't get something like that in the core book, some industrious anon will undoubtedly homebrew it.

>> No.52099729 [View]

>>52099637

What prevented her from meeting her parents? How did she develop her views on assisting the less fortunate?

>> No.51837296 [View]

So! How was your (potentially extended) weekend, /pfg/? Do anything fun or exciting, game-related or otherwise?

>> No.51715582 [View]

So! How was your weekend, /pfg/? Do anything fun or exciting, game-related or otherwise?

>> No.51457531 [View]

>>51457477

I've talked to some people, but everyone's pretty busy in the new year, it seems. Still, I'm hardly the first person to not have a game-it won't kill me.

>> No.51158825 [View]

>>51158690

Best of luck to you, anon.

By the by, /pfg/, what is your favorite spell? Not necessarily the most useful one, but one that you just really, really like.

>> No.51059160 [View]

>>51058680

Kind of you to say.

Honestly, there's a lot of characters that seem like they'd be fun to play with in a normal game. Can't really pick favorites.

>> No.50908164 [View]

>>50908090

If your party's up for it, certainly.

>> No.50884605 [View]

>>50884197

Well, so long as you did something you enjoyed, that's good enough for me.

>> No.50629333 [View]

>>50629261

I think it depends on which details of their apperance you think are the most apparent and/or important. If they have a face not even a mother could love, that deserves some focus. If they make it a point to dress well or in a particularly unusual manner, draw attention to it.

>> No.50548061 [View]

>>50546666

There was a wizard who studied at the same magical school as mine who had turned evil and dedicated himself to following the footsteps of some long-dead servant of Zyphus. All throughout the campaign, he had casually committed various atrocities and built himself a little cult of survivors who decided they liked his particular brand of nihilism. When the party had an opportunity to confront him (at the court of a king who had appointed him as an adviser for God knows why), he stepped aside to talk to me about how futile our efforts to stop him were, and how I should just give up, accept Zyphus, and enjoy the power of senseless tragedy.

I retorted that what he called "power" was a comically empty promise, pointing out that he'd used the underlying forces of the cosmos for what amounted to petty banditry. I then told him his inability to find meaning in the universe was due to his own lack of imagination, and mocked his offer to recruit me as a pathetic attempt to validate his own poor decisions. I concluded that he was a failure of a wizard without a single original thought in his head, who had only gotten as far as he had by plagiarizing the work of his idol.

I felt kind of bad, but that guy was a jerk.

>> No.49956346 [View]

>>49956310

No, that surprised me too. Kind of funny.

>> No.49828940 [View]

So! How was your weekend, /pfg/? Was it restful? Enjoyable? Anything exciting happen, in-game or otherwise?



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