Variant I just assembled. A little like a chaos deck or planechase deck, this is a single deck in the middle of the table to make the game a bit more interesting.
Been toying with the idea for a while, just finished the list (and the print template) and I'm gonna get it printed on cardstock & sleeved for next weekend in order to give it a test-run.
What do you guys think?
I will also check back after I've tested it myself and let you know how it went.
If you want to print it yourself, the page is 8.5x11, do not stretch to fit, and it's set up so it will be easy to cut the cards out with a paper-guillotine (since I own one), hence the cutting guides around the edges.
What might this be like?
So /tg/ I've got a potential problem on the horizon. My group is just about to finish our campaign and we're playing 50 Fathoms Next.
I've got 6 players, 3 guys, 3 girls.
Anyway, one of my guys decides he's gonna play a female character. Honestly no problem he isn't That Guy but then one of the girls figures since we've got 4 out of 6 why not have an all female crew?
One of the other guys had no problem since he's playing a crab person and figures it wouldn't make much of a difference.
The last guy's uncomfortable RPing the opposite gender. Probably just drop it there but another one of the girls says it wouldn't be any weirder than playing another race and won't let up on it, almost seems offended by it.
Sensing a lot of tension between the two. What the hell should I do /tg/? I just wanted them to have fun being pirates.
Make her RP a dude? I dunno man. It sounds like it's a him or her situation, and honestly, she's the one pushing somebody to do something they're uncomfortable with. Tell her to knock it off cause if it comes down to it, he's the one that's gonna get to stay.
some of you loyalists are alright. don't go to Istvaan V tomorrow
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You are ROY POWERS, a Vertical Tank Commander!
You've finally arrived at the combined Tilean/Breton army camp, and the whole place was a veritable hive of activity. Despite having united, you could see that the Tileans and Bretons were still clearly delineated, with the camp being practically split in half. Then again, it was probably simpler that way. You could see the soldiers and knights from either side going about their regular duties. Bannon and Parker had gone off to debrief with Sawyer, but before they left, they had tasked you with overseeing Egan's studies of the recovered Reikland tech you had brought back with you.
"You've certainly brought back a lot of new toys." Egan says appreciatively, though her famously stoic face doesn't express it. She paces along the rows of Panther wreckage you had salvaged, as well as the intact undead soldiers you had seized from a cargo shipment.
"Well, this might take a while, and I'm just one scientist." Egan puts on a pair of work gloves and goggles. "What do you want me to work on first?"
>The undead soldiers.
>I'm playing a bard
>players using PvP to push other people around
This, also. Especially combined with the above.
Who can realistically go toe to toe with this badass?
So what's the single edgiest thing in a tabletop game ever?
Yes, there's the d100, but that's more of a dimpled golf ball than a die.
I don't think you had good intentions when you made this thread OP.
how do people move laterally through capital ships in 40k?
the fuckers are huge, and elevators go up and down so how do people go side to side?
Alright, this is crazy, now, but imagine this: an elevator, except the rails are horizontal.
Otherwise known as a fucking train.
Jesus Christ just how painfully sheltered are you that you forgot that machines built for high-speed lateral movement exist.
>elevators go up and down
It's space. Up is where you choose.
It's really, REALLY fucking common in sci-fi for large ships to be built like skyscrapers with people climbing "up" to the bow and "down" to the stern. I'm going to take a wild guess and say it applies to 40k too.
And even if not, >>43646845.
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Weaboo fightan magick edition.
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>Rubberskin, for example, converts all bludgeoning damage taken into nonlethal.
After a couple minutes that means she'll be passed out and taking lethal.
Plus I'm fairly sure that would count as piercing damage since you're perforating shit, rather than bruising it.
>That one custom spell you wish you didn't find in your party's wizard's spellbook.
>tfw you will never be a lich
>civilizations will never rise and fall while you neet it out with your skelliebros
Also undeath general.
>As civilization collapses around them, wise skellingtons are living out their days playing board games and spending NEETbux on anime figurines
In the event of a Warhammer 40K: End Times, how would you like to see the plot advance?
The Imperium takes the offensive against all enemy factions after being beaten down by everyone during the Second Battle of Terra with all other factions in Civil Wars and the Imperium on the offensive?
Or perhaps the Imperium is destroyed and they are reduced to massive fleets roaming the galaxy looking for a better home, Battlestar Galactica style?
Perhaps you have your own ideas on how it should progress?
Is it tacky or cliche to let the PC's become kings or otherwise rise to an important position? Does it limit them too much to be taken out of the full-time murderhobo profession?
Let's say the Imperium will be destroyed if you can't get a date with a Sister of Battle. What's the surest way to a bolter bitch's heart?
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As you and Goku start to talk about working on a training regimine of some sort together, you notice some small ship landing incredibly close by, and Lo and Behold who would emerge but your favorite blue haired woman in the galaxy.
"I can't believe none of you came to get me! Leaving me behind for something like this, jerks, the lot of you!" Bulma fumes as she stomps out of her copter, before noticing you nearby and squeeling in delight, rushing over and throwing herself into your arms and hugging...
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