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Elliot Hunter
Founder of indie studio . I like Pokemon, ttrpgs, and Sukhi's chicken coconut curry.
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Elliot Hunter 10h
Replying to @EHQuill
This literally happened by accident in the first boss fight of the campaign I was in. We just forgot to roll for her.
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Elliot Hunter 10h
Pff I'm looking up ways to protect your familiar from Fire Balls in Pathfinder and several people highly recommend "letting your GM forget he's there" as an ace strat. Jokingly, but such a mood.
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Elliot Hunter 11h
Replying to @whimsicaldumpin
Tbh if they're enjoying themselves I wouldn't mind. Less prep work for me next session, haha.
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Elliot Hunter 12h
Replying to @whimsicaldumpin
I'm here if you want to talk.
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Elliot Hunter 17h
Replying to @Tyler_MoonSage
Just having it as a prominent field with a small tip explaining what it was would be great for getting the issue more exposure. In the past alt text was described to me as being for "when the image doesn't load" so I often didn't bother with it.
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Elliot Hunter 17h
Replying to @Tyler_MoonSage
I'm not sure. For now, I honestly wish the alt text fields on Twitter and Facebook were more obtrusive. So many times I forget the alt text on Twitter and then I can't edit it in anymore, which is frustrating. If you even realize these features exist to begin with.
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Elliot Hunter Dec 13
Replying to @spilledale
😎
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Elliot Hunter Dec 13
Replying to @spilledale
Hmm, Asteraie and Skotadiae?
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Elliot Hunter Dec 13
Replying to @burnthegamer
My PC for the Pathfinder one-shot this week is having a Cheetah companion with the Fae-Touched archetype and no one can stop me. 😎 (Except the GM, who already elected to not stop me.)
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Elliot Hunter Dec 13
Replying to @EldritchDream
So he had them reduced with magi-surgery! Luckily his dad is loaded! Planning on playing this PC in the one-shot this week!~
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Elliot Hunter Dec 13
Did a redesign on Landon's horns. Looking sharp! His backstory tidbit behind this is that he had some eloquent, arching, artsy nonsense horns that extended behind his head and they were giving him all kinds of neck problems from trying to sleep around them...
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
Speaking of, this Fae-Touched cheetah companion needs a backstory now.
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
Why are magical nature entities so preoccupied with forests? Give me more savannah or ocean based sylvans!
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
I wish I could have a dog, but everyone in my house likes cats so it is a cat house.
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
Replying to @CaseyExplosion
What doctor would prescribe such a thing? Is this black market hormones they're talking? Is someone going to offer me a hit of estrogen if I walk down the wrong ally? What a bizarre concept.
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
Replying to @EHQuill
... how you want this to work. I'm playing a dude dating a dude and it's all "Do you want them to be pregnant? Are you pregnant? Did they randomly adopt a child while you were gone? Balls in your court." [2/2]
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
The Fallen London franchise is such a surprisingly inclusive game. Like you get the event to have a kid with your long distance lover in Sunless Sea and it straight asks you... [1/2]
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
Replying to @AnaMardoll
"A mesmerist is proficient with all simple weapons, plus the hand crossbow, sap, sword cane, and whip." On a side note, why is this PF class proficient exclusively with swords hidden in canes?
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
I'm going to have nightmares after this.😬
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Elliot Hunter Dec 12
Replying to @AnaMardoll
Yeah. The funny thing is that I'm running a Victorian London-esque setting and fancy canes are seen as fashionable and not related to disability. I figured that type of setting was where the sword cane was popularized, because it was a "gentleman" weapon. Fashionable and deadly
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