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ruleslawyer
Multiclass 20/20 gamemaster/attorney & wrestling fan. Here bc no one at my firm wants to hear about why 2e is best or why ec3 deserves a title run
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Replying to @hexcrawl
Maybe I'm missing the context, but what do you mean by a stat block?
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ruleslawyer Jan 19
Imo wizards/hasbro has also done an incredibly good job of pushing this false narrative that 5e is the easiest rpg to learn
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ruleslawyer Jan 18
What are the chances the gnolls would reach out to the enemy tribe to work together against the PCs?
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ruleslawyer Jan 17
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ruleslawyer Jan 17
Replying to @adrsmouse
As for Mr 3, well, all I can hope is that 2020 gives him another chance at feuding with ambrose
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ruleslawyer Jan 17
Replying to @adrsmouse
Thank you thank you. This is a terrific honor for both myself and Marty. He is sleeping off his rather aggressive hangover from his celebration party last night.
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ruleslawyer Jan 9
Replying to @dmdavidblog
I prefer xp. It gives the players more agency and doesn't make them feel like they have to achieve specific pre planned goals to advance
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @JenWrassle
Yup
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Had never heard of this until I just looked it up, I didn't know there was anything other than HD back then to try to gauge difficulty
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
To go down the rabbit hole, one of my favorite aspects of 3.5 is that they replaced thief with rogue and instead of specific class skills they just gave rogues an insane amount of skill points, so it was much easier to tailor a skills based character to the campaign
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
I reversed AC and Thac0 so they resemble later editions (ie a higher ac is better and players have to-hit bonuses) but haven't really changed anything else. If I was going to modify anything else I'd maybe add 3.5 type skill checks and simplify the spells.
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @RoryFlemingEsq
Been in DC too long, it took me a while to realize you meant criminal defense and not defense industry
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @DyingStylishly
I also think the CR-centric design leads to dungeons and adventures that lack verisimilitude
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @DyingStylishly
I've noticed a huge change in my players' approach to encounters since switching from 5e to 2e, I think is largely due to the elimination of CRs and fast healing.
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @JenWrassle
And Marty says hi. He's in full beefalo mode right now with his winter hair cut
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @JenWrassle
Yeah, a lot of people on Twitter like to act progressive or whatever because it gives them an excuse to be jerks while feeling like they're good guys, and sometimes I have a hard time realizing that some people are just going to be that way
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @JenWrassle
It's weird because in real life when I'm walking down the road it's easy to ignore crazy or rude people but on here there's no social cues so it's like my brain gives every opinion equal consideration. Mostly though I've just been slammed at work and haven't had much time
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ruleslawyer Jan 8
Replying to @JenWrassle
No I've just been on it less. I found myself getting stressed over arguments on here a while back and realized I needed to take a break so Twitter would go back to being fun.
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ruleslawyer Jan 7
Finally caught up on the life of since my exile from Twitter a few weeks ago. Man what a rush. I feel a bit jealous... I do hope you figure out how to make it back to LA. Maybe use street view to find the cody building?
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ruleslawyer Jan 1
Nice. Not sure if I've seen Secret of the Ooze since it was on VHS. Definitely better than that toy-company show on Disney+ people keep talking about
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