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#77 - he did jump into a pool of acid but his armor managed to survi…  [+] (2 replies) 09/20/2016 on Check Yo Privilege, Bro 0
#78 - anythingoes (09/20/2016) [-]
The.... Campaign relied on having someone capable of ressurecting people? that's peculiar.
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#79 - coledunk (09/20/2016) [-]
well no but with out an easy res no one wanted to go back into the dungeon, one too scared and the others vowing to go train for years to come back when their're stronger, which scattered the party and the dungeon was the campaign. They talked about writing up new characters and continuing it but they were getting bored of the dungeon crawl I was running them through so we decided to shift gears
#4 - cleric, you're thinking of a cleric. I'm running a campaign wh…  [+] (19 replies) 09/18/2016 on Check Yo Privilege, Bro +56
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#24 - xef (09/19/2016) [-]
How did he get so high armor class? I'am also playing cleric and just got splint to up my ac to 19. Im still new to DnD so Im not familiar with higher levels and stuff
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#76 - coledunk (09/20/2016) [-]
yeah he literally knows the dungeons masters guide like the back of his hand while managing to make a lot of money. He spent money to fill every kind of ac bonus that stacks, and I saw no reason to hamstring him because he had the money and the items weren't coming from some book I've never heard of. While he couldn't be hit he wasn't a real heavy hitter because he had used some feats as well to boost ac rather than damage. At the time of writing this he actually died to a room of shadows that almost caused a TPK and the other players to abandon the dungeon they were in.
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#25 - FlameBreaker (09/19/2016) [-]
He probably just has a ton of random magic items that boost his AC. Like this: www.d20pfsrd.com/magic-items/wondrous-items/wondrous-items/a-b/amulet-of-natural-armor

Some DMs are imo dumb and let players go crazy with whatever magic items they want. Then again, AC is very easy to counter (rust monsters, DEX traps, touch attacks/flat footed) so not that big a deal. But having 28 does make things very annoying to have to deal with all the time
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#26 - xef (09/19/2016) [-]
Ah I see, thanks. We are going pretty vanilla since we are new so I don't think our dm would allow to much shenanigans anyway.
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#27 - FlameBreaker (09/19/2016) [-]
As a 5 or 6 year long DM, personally, vanilla DnD is the best.
I usually only allow slight variations and such. After PCs get super power-gamed and OP the game stops being fun or challenging so I have them scrap their characters
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#39 - brotege (09/19/2016) [-]
How... How can you say vanilla DnD is the best? (What edition we talking here, or you going AD&D?) I mean, there are so many better systems out there. DnD is pretty much just combat, and it's even kinda settled combat wise, without the broadness of GURPS or what have you.
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#73 - FlameBreaker (09/19/2016) [-]
vanilla DnD is the best DnD I meant.

Original SRD is usually a lot more fun to play than all the random third party bullshit people shit out
#74 - brotege (09/19/2016) [-]
Yeah, I fee you on that one, homebrew content is always hit and miss. Ranging from broken to immershuun breaking.
#14 - anon (09/19/2016) [-]
How much of a dick do you want to be?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rust_monster
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#12 - jerkindougnuts (09/19/2016) [-]
I use to play a paladin and they're tanky as fuck i didnt really have a lot of healing spells but i had a lot of good offensive shit.
#7 - anon (09/18/2016) [-]
That's part of the whole ideal of being a cleric.
The squishy class people are thinking off is called 'Healer'. Clerics are warriors of the light. Closer to their god than a Paladin but still robust as fuck.
#5 - anythingoes (09/18/2016) [-]
Huh.

That is a LOT of AC.

Try seeing how smug he feels after a few reflex save spells. Preferably after some kind of trap that reduces his dexterity bonus..... Pay shame unto hubris
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#77 - coledunk (09/20/2016) [-]
he did jump into a pool of acid but his armor managed to survive but the rogue was not as lucky, but he actually died after two rounds after being surrounded by shadows. He had a 14 touch ac so it wasn't hard to hit him, but it did cause the entire campaign to fall apart because he was the only one who could res people and the others were too scared to go back into the room to get his body.
#78 - anythingoes (09/20/2016) [-]
The.... Campaign relied on having someone capable of ressurecting people? that's peculiar.
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#79 - coledunk (09/20/2016) [-]
well no but with out an easy res no one wanted to go back into the dungeon, one too scared and the others vowing to go train for years to come back when their're stronger, which scattered the party and the dungeon was the campaign. They talked about writing up new characters and continuing it but they were getting bored of the dungeon crawl I was running them through so we decided to shift gears
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#71 - shunkahawolf (09/19/2016) [-]
playing as my cleric, i would take the hit so others dont have to. its not about being smug its about making yourself the immovable object against deaths unstoppable force. i am the shield, the paladin is the sword, and our fighter is the armor, when all three of us stand together nothing gets past, and everything falls.

we actually worked so well together our DM gave us each a holy relic, mine was a +3 shield that allows me to cast a second 9th level spell per day. he also gave us 3 suits of +2 full plate that when were standing next to an enemy that hits another player wearing the same armor, we can take the hit instead. so if our fighters down to 5 health, bad guy goes in for the killing blow, one of us uses our reaction to take the hit. suddenly hes swinging at a full health cleric or paladin while the other heals or uses lay on hands and the squishies in the back blast and buff. our group is so good we're even being written into the lore of the next campaign as epic heroes.
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#11 - schneidend (09/18/2016) [-]
I mean, yeah, you could be a dick and fill a whole dungeon up with lightning bolt cascade traps and narrow hallways, but the vast majority of the game is still things trying to squish your AC.
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#18 - thesinful (09/19/2016) [-]
Rust monster
#72 - anythingoes (09/19/2016) [-]
Easy there satan.
#29 - its mandatory for a business to give pregnant women maternity …  [+] (2 replies) 09/15/2016 on Look at this shit. 0
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#30 - thelizardlord (09/15/2016) [-]
It's 480 days in Sweden.
The dad can also take some of those days if he wants to.
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#31 - coledunk (09/15/2016) [-]
most places will give the day of the birth off to the father out of decency but past that days off are considered as usually.