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http://archive.4plebs.org/tg/thread/57408094/#57408094 stayed on the board for more than a day without being deleted. The mods were aware of it and made a conscious choice to not delete it.
http://archive.4plebs.org/tg/thread/57426526/#57426526 was deleted on sight.
http://archive.4plebs.org/tg/thread/58116904/#58116904 was deleted on sight.
What is the difference in image and text between them?

Paizo Games General /pgg/

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Paizo Games General /pgg/

Unusual Pets Edition

/pfg/ Link Repository (Pathfinder): https://pastebin.com/YLikTing
/sfg/ Link Repository (Starfinder): https://pastebin.com/PUMYw1zC
Current Playtests: https://pastebin.com/vK9njh31

Old Thread: >>58074198
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Would D&D 3E, 4E and 5E have been better if the de facto setting for them had been Greyhawk rather than the Forgotten Realms/Nentir Vale?

All the coolest stuff comes from Greyhawk anyway.

>inb4 "GH was the default setting in 3E"... yes, but in name only, nothing was ever done with it beyond that one sad gazetteer book
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Why are male kitsune even allowed to exist?

Pic related, it's the only gender of kitsune that exists in my games.
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Why doesn't your wizards practice body alteration?

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Imagine using your bones as weapons.

Your blood burns.

You can see through smoke and can use echolocation.

Why doesnt your wizard do this?
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Blandius 3rd thread

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over the last few days we rolled up a forge world called blandius II
it's average run of the mill forge world
the problem is it's so unassuming as to be suspicious
at least one inquisitor is convinced that blandius II is hiding something
this inquisitor attracted other curios party's which in turn attracted another inquisitor who ALSO became convinced that blandius was to normal to be normal
especially since the forge world destroyed a tzeentch worshipping heretek forge world
now several party's are convinced that blandius is hiding something mostly because of all the other party's convinced that blandius is hiding something

it's not
the nine is because of all the nines we rolled up in the original thread (but that couldn't have meant something could it?)
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How do you guys draw maps? My world building has literally stalled because of my inability to draw a map. I have 6 large nations, 3 island nations, 5 smallish nations and between them all I'm thinking 4 or 5 continents. I can't believe it is this hard

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You can tell what edition of DnD a person calls home by which race they vehemently hate.

For instance, if you hate elves, your probably started with either AD&D and used kits (or play 5e, main martials, and are salty about all the love elf wizard has been getting).

Mad about Dragonborn? Probably play 3.P.
Gnomes? 4e is a good bet since they weren't even in the PHB thus would feel intrusive, but certainly no earlier than 3.0 because nothing prior suggested they were a "speak in funny voices and get away with lolrandumb for free" race just sort of the tricky, weaker but magical cousin to dwarves.
Tiefling, 4e. Prior to that they were random freaks just like aasimar instead of there being an entire society of "muh edgy hated by everybody," attracting all the players who used to insist on being "good guy drow."
Kender? Free space. In fact, if you don't hate them, you're probably Pathfinder or 5e and just started the hobby. Welcome, newfriend, don't play Kender.
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EDH/Commander General

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Longevity Edition

Previously:>>58106431

>Latest News:
http://mtgcommander.net/Forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=18749

RESOURCES

>Official Site: Contains deck building rules and the current ban list.
http://www.mtgcommander.net

>Deck List Site: You can search for decks that other people have made. Authors often have comments that explain their decks strategy and card choices.
http://www.tappedout.net

>Statistically see what everyone else puts in their commander decks based on what is posted to the the internet.
http://www.edhrec.com/

>Find out what lands you can add to your deck, sorted by category, based on a chosen Commanders color identity.
http://manabasecrafter.com/

CARD SEARCH

>Official search site. Current for all sets.
http://gatherer.wizards.com/

>Unofficial, but has GOAT search interface.
http://magiccards.info

>Unofficial and new, but has GOAT search interface and updates on time.
http://scryfall.com

>Thread Question
How long do you normally keep a deck before it gets retired? What deck have you played with the longest?
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Fantasy Cemetaries

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Let's talk about crypts, cemeteries and tombs.

They are awesome, but why do they exist in fantasy settings where undead are known to rise? You'd think cultures would naturally shift towards cremating corpses to prevent any post-mortem funny business unless a god literally descends from the skies and says "I don't care if people come back as skeletons or zombies, just deal with it."

Could all of this be a church conspiracy so they can continue offering exorcism and undead slaying services for money?

Curious to hear your thoughts on all this, bonus points for stories of adventures that took place in any manner of burial site.