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Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: hrm

If we don't get posts up soon, I'll push the game on, since pretty much everyone has agreed in the Q&A thread as to what the party should do.

Posted on 2015-02-03 at 09:42:25.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: healing

This proficiency increases the rate of regained hitpoints per day, assuming you are treating the patient. It is neither magical nor immediate, however - this simply represents the fact that someone who knows how to properly bandage, clean wounds, etc can help the injured to heal quicker.

Posted on 2015-02-01 at 02:30:38.

Subject: well

You grew up some. We all do. Good to see you.

Posted on 2015-01-31 at 10:20:00.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: yep

Dog appears to be fine. He tends to seek cover when things get violent.

Posted on 2015-01-30 at 23:03:37.

Topic: Looking for a game
Subject: cool

Done and done.

Posted on 2015-01-30 at 09:11:00.

Topic: Looking for a game
Subject: welcome back!

Welcome back!

I just restarted my "Hidden Evil" game (D&D, 2nd edition w/houserules), and all of my old players, save one, have rejoined.

That one is MIA from the Inn. I don't want to give away his spot, as he did a great job, but if we get consistently going for, say, 2-3 more weeks and he doesn't respond, I'll need a player to take up his character.

So... I can't guarantee a spot (we have 7 PCs, which is plenty to juggle), but I can give you a standby spot, with the possibility to play with us, if you like.

Posted on 2015-01-29 at 23:31:53.

Subject: cool

We're anxiously awaiting your return, good sir!

Posted on 2015-01-29 at 09:20:08.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: cool

Remember, you don't have to write some award winning novella. A short paragraph or two is plenty.

Posted on 2015-01-27 at 12:08:39.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: psh

I don't need time for that, I have DM fiat on my side.

I need more zombies, therefore, there are more zombies.

Posted on 2015-01-27 at 10:40:36.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: no worries

I want to give all active players a full chance to post. Again, I'm in no position to throw stones, and this is an unexpected restart (I'm sure).

I'd love to post again on Friday/over the weekend - and make that my typical posting timeframe - but we're still playing it a bit by ear right now.


Note to self: two clerics in party makes it significantly tougher for lesser undead to be a viable way to attack the party.

Note to self, part two: drastically increase amount of undead to account for #1.

Posted on 2015-01-27 at 09:53:26.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: that's correct

That is correct. The two gigglers are dead. You have dispatched several shamblers, and the remaining have fled the combined divine might you have channeled. Note that they are not destroyed, merely turned - the party is shielded from them, but they do continue to exist.

Posted on 2015-01-27 at 00:24:45.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: party sitrep

Okay, here you go:

After a few minutes, the paralysis wears off, enabling Ta'Arms to move again.

En'Aranthea: lightly wounded
Rae: lightly wounded
Galardil: lightly wounded
Ta'Arms: moderately wounded
Jarenion: unscathed
Blair: lightly wounded
Danon: unscathed

Sorry that took so long. I had to recreate some of my reference stuff, which took longer than I had expected. Hopefully, I'll be able to get back into a nice groove for posting.

Posted on 2015-01-27 at 00:08:26.
Edited on 2015-01-27 at 00:10:48 by t_catt11

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men...
Subject: round next

The companions take up a defensive ring around Ta'Arms, as the big warrior can do naught but watch. For the briefest of moments, it seems that the threat may have passed, but then, the brush fairly explodes with atrocities that insult the very order of life by their existence.

A giggling monstrosity lauches itself from cover, but En'Arenthea is there to intercept. With a graceful slash, she cleaves a huge gash in its abdomen, but rather than flee, the thing focuses its hateful visage onto the bladesinger.

On the other side of the road, several of the shuffling, corpse-like figures emerge. Rae is likewise prepared, and she drives her blade completely through the chest of one of the rotting attackers... which continues to press on in mindless determination!

Galardil tries to assist the shield maiden, but the twilight itself proves treacherous, concealing a root that entangles the priest's foot. Kith-jora's servant stumbles badly, barely managing to retain the hold on his war club - certainly doing no harm to his unliving foes.

Meanwhile, the giggling monstrosity that bore the brunt of En'Aranthea's blade gathers itself and redirects its attacks at the comely sylvari maid. It rends the air with claws, though the bladesinger is too swift to be thus struck, but it does manage to land a vicious bite with enfouled fangs to her forearm. The wound itself is not serious, though for the briefest of moments, the sylvari feels the chill of the grave try to force its grip around her very life essence. Fortunately, she is able to shake both the creature and the chill.

Meanwhile, Jarenion completes a chant, and a hand suddenly reaches from beneath the ground and grabs the giggling creature firmly around one leg. It squeals in alarm and attempts to pull free, but appears to be powerless to do so.

Danon draws his own holy symbol from beneath his tunic, and channels the power of Merca. "Begone, foul creates of the grave!" he commands, his voice seemingly larger than should be possible from his body. "Begone!" At his command, roughly half of the shuffling attackers freeze in place, then turn and retreat.

Blair moves to assist En'Aranthea, and while the restricted creature manages to twist away from his thrusting sword, the rogue does score a stab with his dagger. It glares balefully at him, however, and does not fall.

And then, the crush of bodies are upon you. The cold flesh of the grave bludgeons and grasps at the party, and while none of the wounds are severe, the sheer numbers are troubling. Fortunately, however, the giggling creature is held firm in Jarenion's magical hand, which enables En'Aranthea to end its horrible existence.

The rest of the party accounts itself well; Rae and Galardil each drop foes, and Blair and Danon combine to fell another. These creatures continue to press on mindlessly, seemingly uncaring of any harm done to them, but eventually, the companions prevail, and the twilight once more falls silent.

Posted on 2015-01-27 at 00:05:54.
Edited on 2015-01-27 at 00:23:02 by t_catt11

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: ack

Stay safe, man. I can hardly complain if it takes you a couple of extra days after I took a year between game posts!

Posted on 2015-01-26 at 23:29:15.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: crap

Post almost up. Sorry, weekend was nuts, then we lost power yesterday.

Posted on 2015-01-26 at 12:15:10.

Subject: huh?

Seriously, Ayrn. You've been doing this WAY too long to be giving the DM ideas like that. C'mon, man.

Posted on 2015-01-23 at 14:43:45.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: sorry

Got unexpectedly busy this week. Post should be up tonight!


Posted on 2015-01-23 at 14:42:37.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: fyi

Combat post in the works, almost ready.

Posted on 2015-01-19 at 14:14:34.

Topic: Tann's 2014 NFL U Pick'em Game
Subject: meh

Fie on the stupid playoffs.

I couldn't be more disgusted by this Super Bowl.

Posted on 2015-01-18 at 22:17:29.

Subject: detect evil?

I'm gonna bet this gets a positive result.

Not sure that will help much. This whole place likely radiates evil.

Posted on 2015-01-17 at 22:10:12.

Topic: Tann's 2014 NFL U Pick'em Game
Subject: psh

There's no point, but:

Green Bay

Posted on 2015-01-17 at 22:08:57.

Topic: Limited availability coming soon!
Subject: sweet!

Congrats, and good luck on future success!

Posted on 2015-01-16 at 17:22:36.

Topic: Upcoming improvements to the Inn
Subject: That's correct!

If you own the topic, you an edit it from the link at the bottom of any page of said topic.

Posted on 2015-01-16 at 17:22:08.

Topic: What Evil Hides in the Hearts of Men - Q&A
Subject: awww, yeah!

Agreed, that was a nice read. I love when a team acts like a team!

Posted on 2015-01-15 at 22:56:21.

Subject: psh

I expect that "proceed cautiously" is the best we can do. Hope to not trip some instakill trap, be prepared to deal with whatever monstrosity awaits.

Posted on 2015-01-15 at 22:55:09.


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