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Paizo Games General /pgg/

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Paizo Games General /pgg/


Inevitable inevitability edition
>Does your world have beings dedicated to upholding the laws of the universe itself?
>Have your adventurers ever faced or teamed up with that kind of being?

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/bgg/ - Board Games General

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Hype edition

Namefagging, Tripfagging, and Attention whoring is strictly forbidden in this thread

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Pastebin: there's no good ones, if you have questions ask them in the thread

Thread questions: 1. Why is CMON the best board game-maker of all time?

2. Have you ever had an "In-The-Zone" moment in a game where you outmaneuvered an opponent of equal skill in an unexpected way? How did it happen?
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Have quality components ever made you enjoy a boardgame or tabletop RPG that you otherwise would have dismissed?
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Running a Mythos Game As The Cult

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I'm gonna be running a mythos game where the players are the cult. Posted a thread yesterday asking for advice on what system I should use and settled on GURPS. The game is taking some inspiration from Cultist Simulator, but I am looking for advice on my mythos. I am using my own idea of the occult so players have no easy in with how the supernatural works and need to work it out. I want opinions on my supernatural to see if it is too dumb/obtuse.

So here are my ideas so far for the Mythos:

>Game takes place in 'The Grand Old City', which is literally early industrial London
>The Gilded are supernatural artisans who have ascended to their positions
>Objects they touched or divinely inspired/tools they maintained & used are left behind as the Works, these all have magical properties (and the acquisition of the first Work will be the inception of the game)
>The Gilded serve two forces on either side of the Physical/Spiritual Axis, as an example Hatter serves both Mania and Mercury
>Each Gilded is tied to a Gallery, essentially a method through which one moves through Sabel
>Sabel is the realm of the supernatural, representing the pathway between physical objects and inspiration, humans are at the centerpoint between divine inspiration and physical prowess
>Moving along each direction within Sabel are creatures/peoples/cities/etc. (mostly based on mirror versions of classical era citites)
>Spirits travel up and down between the two balancing points of Sabel along the Galleries
>The physical side of the balance are The Anchored on the spiritual side are The Detached
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>The tentacled horror from out of time whose very presence causes nightmares and madness slithers its indescribable form toward you.
Heh. Lovecraftian horrors aren't scary
>It also has a knife and is wearing a clown mask
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>Yes Inquisitor, this post right here

>Brother, get the flamer... the heavy flamer

>Krieg shovels

>Magnus did nothing wrong

>wolf wolf wolf space wolves are furries

>Matt Ward whingeposting


>Robot Girlyman / Rowboat Gorillaman

>Failbaddon has no arms

>Admech love toasters

>Just As Planned

>lasguns are flashlights, flak armor is cardboard



>Big tiddie eldar goth waifu

>Tau weaboo space commies


Why dos the 40k community have such a bad sense of humour? Other games and interests - any hobby really - develops a culture that turns out genuinely funny memes. Why not 40k? Why are 40k players so fucking repetitive and unfunny?
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MtG Color Analysis Thread

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Hey, we’re all familiar with Magic: the Gathering and its various colors of mana (white, blue, black, red, and green) by now, right? Well, how about we try and figure out where fictional characters from other franchises that we like would fit on the color wheel, and/or ask advice and feedback on doing so? Picture related gives the basics, and more information can be found in the links below, with better descriptions than I could give, but remember; many characters and factions can have two or even three colors associated with them, sometimes with one of them being a 'primary' color and the others being more secondary influences, and every color has both positive and negative aspects to it. Even White, while often associated with “good” by some fans, can be the color of a villainous Knight Templar character like Heliod from Theros, who tried to eliminate worship of all the other gods, and Black is not inherently “evil” either, being the color of individuality, among other things, like how death and darkness are necessary parts of the world. The Mono-Black Yahenni of Kaladesh, and their people, the short-lived aetherborn, are good examples of this aspect of Black, devoting themselves to living their lives to the fullest, most desiring nothing more than to die surrounded by friends, as they know exactly when they’re going to die. Some, like Yahenni, can drain life from others to extend their own lives, but Yahenni hates doing so, and only does it to help the Gatewatch.
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How advanced was the Dark Age of Technology? Were they equals to the Eldar at their height, or the Necrons?
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Femarch Thread

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Maggie is my favorite. Who is yours?
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PDF Share Thread

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It's Da PDF Share Thread!
Get ready to stuff your hard drive like a cosplay hooker at a con!

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