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#120 - My friends and I take turns picking which hero we all play. So… 06/25/2016 on Evaluation 0
#17 - If you're really casual with it, they might just see it as you… 06/22/2016 on Who wants to help me make a... 0
#15 - Can't say I've done one myself, but that seems like it would b…  [+] (2 new replies) 06/22/2016 on Who wants to help me make a... 0
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#16 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
the jain actualy plays the fiddle/violin. but if i ask him to bring it, he would be suspicious.
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#17 - venomcobra (06/22/2016) [-]
If you're really casual with it, they might just see it as you trying to add to the game. And even if they don't, ah well. They can make noises like air guitarists
#9 - No problem. Also, if your bard player has any pride, be prepar…  [+] (6 new replies) 06/22/2016 on Who wants to help me make a... +1
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#13 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
what is the best way to decide a winner when to bards "battle" incase that happens? just opposing rolls with there perform added?
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#15 - venomcobra (06/22/2016) [-]
Can't say I've done one myself, but that seems like it would be the core of it. While playing/singing, they can weave their spells into the verses while the other tries to identify and counter it, kinda like a magical duel, but nothing harmful, just debilitating like confusion, exhaustion, etc. Also, as someone who always rewards rping, if your player actually comes up with counter verses and sings well, give them bonuses to their rolls.
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#16 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
the jain actualy plays the fiddle/violin. but if i ask him to bring it, he would be suspicious.
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#17 - venomcobra (06/22/2016) [-]
If you're really casual with it, they might just see it as you trying to add to the game. And even if they don't, ah well. They can make noises like air guitarists
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#14 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
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#21 - esioh (06/23/2016) [-]
I cant find it currently but I found a greentext a while ago where the DM threw in a fiddle playing devil as a once off enemy, who got trounced in a battle by the parties bard. The DM then brought the devil back again and again for rematches. Furthermore the DM actually wrote out some rhyming verses, put some music to it and then sung, with the parties bard doing the same thing for when it was his turn in the fiddle battle
#7 - My group always find a way to cheese fights like this so I can…  [+] (8 new replies) 06/22/2016 on Who wants to help me make a... +3
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#8 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
OHH i like that speaker idea! i might just take that, and thanks for the other imputt
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#9 - venomcobra (06/22/2016) [-]
No problem. Also, if your bard player has any pride, be prepared for a one on one contest of the arts. Player wins and the guy goes ape shit and doesn't honor the deal, but less monkeys support him. Player loses and he tries to jail the player as a roadie.
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#13 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
what is the best way to decide a winner when to bards "battle" incase that happens? just opposing rolls with there perform added?
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#15 - venomcobra (06/22/2016) [-]
Can't say I've done one myself, but that seems like it would be the core of it. While playing/singing, they can weave their spells into the verses while the other tries to identify and counter it, kinda like a magical duel, but nothing harmful, just debilitating like confusion, exhaustion, etc. Also, as someone who always rewards rping, if your player actually comes up with counter verses and sings well, give them bonuses to their rolls.
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#16 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
the jain actualy plays the fiddle/violin. but if i ask him to bring it, he would be suspicious.
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#17 - venomcobra (06/22/2016) [-]
If you're really casual with it, they might just see it as you trying to add to the game. And even if they don't, ah well. They can make noises like air guitarists
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#14 - jaknova (06/22/2016) [-]
*Two
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#21 - esioh (06/23/2016) [-]
I cant find it currently but I found a greentext a while ago where the DM threw in a fiddle playing devil as a once off enemy, who got trounced in a battle by the parties bard. The DM then brought the devil back again and again for rematches. Furthermore the DM actually wrote out some rhyming verses, put some music to it and then sung, with the parties bard doing the same thing for when it was his turn in the fiddle battle
#7 - Sorcerers are born with their magic so I'd consult with your D…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/11/2016 on Any advice for a newbie? +1
#10 - ruderoody (06/11/2016) [-]
My DM seems ok with the idea of multic-lassing but I'll bring it up with again to make sure, and I was looking at Eldritch Knight but I'm torn between it and Battle Master, those maneuvers look sexy! The rival merchant thing is a really cool idea too btw I'll definitely bring it up with my DM.
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#18 - veya (06/11/2016) [-]
Generally, a multiclassed Sorcerer is just someone who's sorcery powers awakened late, from a lore point of view, Sorcerers are usually the result of having non-<insert race here> ancestrality, dragons, djinns, celestials, fiends, you name it, so a late-awakening Sorcerer could be someone who's magical blood is particularly thin, say, 20+ generations down the line. You could say, for example, that an ancestor of your character is famed to have slayed a dragon to save a maiden, but in reality, the ancestor and the dragon were lovers, and after pretending to fight, the dragon shapeshifted into a human(actually incredibly common to happen, dragons are natural Sorcerers and incredibly intelligent, many take fascination on mortals as mortal culture is much different from dragon culture), and then they lived together
#20 - ruderoody (06/11/2016) [-]
That sounds like a fun idea. Also the whole dragon ancestor thing is especially relevant to the campaign we're running because the setting is Tyranny of Dragons
#6 - The dungeon masters guide has a good amount of magical items w… 06/07/2016 on Newbies to DnD 0
#8 - For homebrew stuff, I usually default to ^That'… 05/30/2016 on [Pathfinder] Monster races? 0
#10 - My first play through, I got an unlimited double barrel. Zero … 05/08/2016 on Fallout 4 customized... 0
#1342 - So you're not resetting, you're making a new world?  [+] (1 new reply) 09/12/2015 on kingxddd's profile 0
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#1343 - kingxddd (09/12/2015) [-]
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