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why last won the day on March 1 2016

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  1. I hope they make at least one more good one and then we'll see. I have bad memories of Might and Magic IX. Better to have 3 great games than to have 12 bad ones. Of course, I'll agree with you, Ignatius, best to have 12 great games!
  2. That's why Durance got the spell power, to take care of those bounty hunters. The Dyrwood is kind of like the Wild West. If you run fast enough or have enough firepower, there is no Law. Justice is with whomever has the most firepower and gets there first. The Stasi got away with far more in East Germany. Fair enough, but he's still a bad guy.
  3. hehe Just following orders is a bad defense for what amounts to war crimes, but it's an even worse defense when you choose your boss.
  4. Tablet? Check! Rise of the Runelords base set? Check! Pathfinder Adventures app? Waiting on Obsidian! P.S. Got rid of the pic. Realized my screen had fingerprints on it and seemed unseemly as it seems.
  5. I get such a kick out of the snarky replies sometimes.
  6. Holy cow, you're right! I never knew that! Talk about overthinking everything.
  7. We're all flawed characters. I don't think the characters are who you want them to be. How you want to see them changes your perspective, but what they are is already baked into the writing. If the story allows you to impact them, then you can mold their character, but that has limits in a game. It also has limits in real life. A good character can go bad or simply do bad things through misguidance. A bad character can repent and redeem himself. That's all good, but the best you can do is help guide someone. He'll still be what he is and the only real change that can come, if it is ever to com
  8. I want more Pathfinder videos, but I also like the Friday night silliness with other games too. I think alternating Pathfinder with the regular crowd is good because I almost always come in and check out what's going on for at least a little while since it's cool to see other games. Granted, I get involved in the drinking games and then post incoherently in Obsidian forums, which is a downside. I think I should put a breathalyzer on my keyboard for Friday nights. The point is, the wait is excruciating, but anticipation whets the appetite. Think of Carly Simon or a ketchup commercial.
  9. Thanks Ineth. I might use that one on a future run. Is there some easy way to change portraits in a game in progress. As much as I like my rogue's portrait, the one you made would actually be more in line with the actual setting.
  10. I'd agree, but some will choose the gun. Well, I guess those guys will die and the rest will agree.
  11. Yeah, that's what everyone needs... Durance as a kindly ol' grandpa and Zahua living next door to their kids' school. Durance is a bad guy. Whether you call h evil or not is another matter.
  12. Not really. Eder was not a clergyman, he was not some officer of the faith, he was just some guy that happened to worship Eothas and felt Waidwen was a a false prophet. If anything he remained true to his faith at the time because again, he thought Waidwen was a false prophet. PS: There is still no REAL evidence to suggest he wasn't either. Yeah, I'm with you, but I can see making the argument. Plus I was being lazy. I think the point about being able to argue the case for or against any of the NPCs was the heart of the matter, and I think you can. That said, I'm actually certain Eder was
  13. No, that just makes your response utterly bereft of any merit because it isn't based on any sort of reasoning, just your dislike of an arbitrary thing that has literally nothing to do with the subject. It's about the same as saying "whenever someone makes an argument and I see he's wearing sneakers, I roll my eyes and decide that he's wrong." Well done. You're the definition of unreasonable. That's a bit of a false analogy. I could be clever and equate it to the same as saying, "whenever someone makes an argument on the basis that he's wearing sneakers, I roll my eyes and decide that
  14. No, Eder was a traitor to his faith. He was actually defending his country, but the argument is still workable in any case.
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