Random stuff for 1/21/2022
- Still playing Pathfinder: Kingmaker. It's amusing that you become a Baron and then suddenly have a town and a well-appointed and luxurious throne room built for you. I honestly visualized taking over the wooden fort of the Stag Lord and building out from there. The sudden jump to prosperity is . . . odd.
So is choosing to "Skip Day" three times when wounded and time advances and events happen . . . but you don't sleep or heal. I had to go to my bedroom and sleep and then skip ahead.
Still enjoying the game.
- I love the incredibly narrow focus of this game, and the detail it goes into:
Raid On St. Nazaire
- John Arendt has more on his Undermountain campaing:
Setting up Undermountain: Rules and Philosophy
- Dragonsfoot Thread: How many AD&D players knew of OD&D?
I commented as follows:
I started with Moldvay Basic Set, but played Holmes and AD&D immediately. AD&D even before I played my own Basic Set. That was 1981. I got Eldritch Wizardry and Blackmoor from a hobby store because they were cheap, and then the white box reprint from the Mail Order Hobby Shop. I still have it. So yeah, I knew about OD&D. Didn't play it, but knew it.
Oops, dead PC:
Double Damage and "Instant Death"