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Thursday, May 31st, 2007
11:59a - Another DnD question
Hello again to all,

I come back with another question as I have been unable to find the answer on the net.
Do the spells greater magic weapon and magic vestment stack with current +s on weapons and armours or do they override them...
Magic vestment I am leaning towards override just because it would make sense that way... but greater magic weapon says the plus doesn't stack with masterwork weapon plus... So it does stack with magical +s????

M


current mood: confused

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2:47p - Urban fantasy not urban horror...
So, I'm getting ready to run Witchcraft from Eden. However, instead of looking towards occult horror or monsters from beyond I'd rather look towards urban fantasy a la War for the Oaks or the works of Charles DeLint.

Has anyone here run games from this direction before and has hints or tips?

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5:52p - Misc Fantasy RPG pollage
Poll #994929 Misc Fantasy RPG poll

When playing standard(ish) FRPGS, I like/tend to play the following the most...

Humans
92(50.8%)
Elves/half-elves
43(23.8%)
Dwarves/Gnomes/Halflings
24(13.3%)
Half-orcs/monsters
5(2.8%)
Some bizarro race
17(9.4%)

When playing standard(ish) FRPGS, I like/tend to play the following the most...

Warrior types
53(29.9%)
Rogue types
63(35.6%)
Priest types
21(11.9%)
Wizard types
40(22.6%)

When playing standard(ish) FRPGS, I like/tend to play the following the most...

"Good" characters
73(41.2%)
"Evil" characters
12(6.8%)
Honourable characters
64(36.2%)
Angry characters
9(5.1%)
Selfish characters
19(10.7%)

When playing standard(ish) FRPGS, I like/tend to play the following the most...

Hack-n-slash dungeons crawls
6(3.3%)
Social/political dealings
37(20.3%)
Adventure aross great/dangerous terrains
12(6.6%)
Big Quests To Save The World(s)
13(7.1%)
A blend of all four
114(62.6%)


And, please, if you don't like the options, then don't participate or make your own poll, but don't waste your time complaining. It's just a poll.


current mood: curious

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7:20p - WotC vs WizKids
From Gaming Report

WizKids has filed a lawsuit against Wizards of the Coast (WOTC), seeking a Declaratory Judgment concerning WOTC’s patent (patent #7,201,374, referred to as “the ‘374 patent”) on Constructible Strategy Games, specifically seeking a judgment that the Pirates game does not infringe the patent, and that the patent is, in fact, invalid anyway. Filed May 25 in the United States District Court for the Western District of Washington at Seattle, the suit claims that WOTC contacted WizKids via a letter in May 2004 concerning the filing of the patent, and that “…WOTC asserted that WizKid’s Pirates game fell squarely within many of the proposed claims of the pending patent application. WOTC warned that when the patent [was] issued, WOTC would have the right to sue WizKids for an injunction and damages. WOTC threatened that it would take legal action against WizKids if or when a patent was allowed if WizKids did not cease and desist selling its Pirates game. WizKids responded to the letter on June 4, 2004, denying that the Pirates game was within the scope of any of the then pending claims of WOTC’s patent application.” The suit goes on to mention that WOTC contacted WizKids on May 21, 2007, concerning the awarding of the patent, and stating that “…the parties would have to come to an agreement regarding the ‘374 patent and the Pirates game. WizKids denied, and has consistently denied throughout, that the Pirates game infringes the ‘374 patent.” The “Prayer for Relief” section, which lists the decisions that WizKids would like the judge to make in regards the suit, asks for, among other things, “entry of a judgment and declaration that the ‘374 patent is not infringed,” “entry of a judgment and declaration that the ‘374 patent is invalid,” and “entry of a preliminary and/or permanent injunction enjoining defendant [i.e. WOTC], its officers, agents, servants, employees, attorneys, and those in active concert or participation with it from accusing, threatening, or pursuing litigation against WizKids, its customers, agents, employees, or users of WizKids’ methods and products as to infringement of the ‘374 patent.” Story developing. The suit is file stamped as Civil Action No. C07-0809MJP.


current mood: annoyed

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