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Previously: >>80461704

>OFFICIAL Commander website, where you can learn the rules, see the current banlist, and read the format philosophy, laid down by the rules committee:
https://mtgcommander.net/

>Usage statistics for popular cards
http://www.edhrec.com/

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

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

>CARD SEARCH

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>>80472520
I think that a chunk of those are professional mercenary armies, and appear to switch sides as that war continues. I don't know for sure but I think that the holy Roman army sacks Rome immediately after that.conflict
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>>80472540
Make a post reasoning your side. Do it without it being some faggoty takedown of your perceived nemesis and his argument at the moment.
I'll happily read your reasoning and offer my side. You've been getting my side from post 1 though, and it just causes you to shitpost in anger. Don't respond to this post to cope or cry or make up some narrative. Only reply to give your side of the discussion.
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>>80472535
>Esper Sentinel
ooo, forgot about that.
>>80472533
I dunno. For now I'll throw skullclamp in just to see where it gets me, but I'm not optimistic
>>80472534
I don't have a lot of graveyard shinnanigans going on to abuse. Maybe if I add goblin welder or tinker, maybe.
>>80472530
I'll put it in, but I'm not expecting much
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New thread, migrate whenever
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>>80472597
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>>80472583
Think about how to abuse the looting after you've solved the drawing cards problem. You're putting the carriage before the horse.

Kharak is burning
[YouTube] Homeworld Remastered Adagio For Strings (embed)
Pre-orders open
https://www.modiphius.net/pages/homeworld
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So anyone have the quickstart?

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>group couldn't meet for two months because exams/work/family related issues
>my players can't wait to see each other again
I love my friends. We always have fun together.
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>>80463912
watch your profanity :(
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>>80463254
>coof
Don't use Reddit memes.
It's cough.
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>>80469308
>adventurers get killed on the regular meddling with magics/potions/powers beyond their scope
This RNA is too strong for you vaxxer!
This jab could kill a fentanyl addict, let alone a man!
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>>80462768
Wholesome thread, good for you OP.
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>>80471495
too bad the schizos started to sperg out about the pandemic

I don’t remember what the last thread was called, but let’s have a thread for NuSR games edition.

For games that are OSR adjacent. Mothership, Forbidden Lands, Warlock!, etc.
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>>80470716
It's not about a good game, anon. It's about sending A MESSAGE!
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>>80422908
I get pretty intense science-fantasy vibes from the Forbidden Lands box art, which I know its setting isn't at all. Anyone know what the dino riding dude is supposed to be? It's pretty cool.
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>>80471816
Zertome, dude's pissed his father didn't conquer the world with demons so he's on a quest to conquer the world. He's riding a failed experiment trying to turn a pterosaur into a dragon.
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>>80472182
>>80472204
Oh, that guy. When he was described as a rider I always imagined him on a horse for some reason. Makes him a lot more interesting.

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The last thread hit the bump limit, so I decided to make a new one. For those of you on /tg/ who haven’t seen these threads before, they were originally started by an anon who’s a Theologian and senior year MDiv student, who used μεγαλόσχημος as a sort of signature, where others could ask for advice and help regarding creating gods, religions, and such for their settings, since they, along with things like angels and demons, spirits, and similar topics, seem to be quite common topics of discussion.

Remember, let’s try to keep IRL debates and such out of it please.
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Thoughts on your patron God being determined at birth or during early childhood, and it not neccessairly being something you or those around you can determine 100% (i.e. the God selects you).
Your guardian(s) can pray that their patron will accept you, but maybe they won't or maybe you'll be chosen by some corrupt God who steals you away making you an outcast in your society etc.
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>>80468990
sounds cool. I like the idea of prodigies being fought over by multiple Gods
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>>80468258
Well, most of the gods have similar names in every culture, race and religion, but their titles and roles drastically change depending on who you ask.
This particular pantheon is only known by titles; sometimes they evolved linguistically into names, but you can tell that there was no central word to begin with. They are, in effect, nameless. The only consistent title they hold between the cultures is "first mortal/s," because according to the monomyth, they ascended to divinity in their quest to bring a conflict between the gods to an end. That's about all that can be objectively said, since every version of the monomyth which includes this story also includes a description of their deal- that these first mortals would be granted custodianship over the three factors of fate, and that every other detail of these events- from their names, the name of their race, their motives, and even the question that the gods were fighting over-would be forgotten to time. Now, nobody but the dead can know their names, or their race, or their agenda. It's not even known whether they are separate beings, or part of one whole that gets ascribed three beings based on their different manifestations. It's unknown whether they are good, or evil; they are usually depicted as shrouded, or masked, and though they can have champions who win their favour, they cannot be bargained with through prayer or ritual. They are just there, forbidden by unremembered law to disclose their secrets to any but the dead.
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>>80469023
It does bring into question issues such as, what happens if you do wrong and your God abandons you? Do you suffer in some way from not having a connection to a deity? Can you ever switch from one deity to another?
Not really sure how to answer those.
Maybe losing your connection means you die or suffer ill effects, but that seems too limiting, then you'd never disobey your God. Maybe some people get around this via some arcane or heretical means to supplement their lack of deity (i.e. draining the life force of others).

I'm completely new to worldbuilding, so no idea what I'm doing, just throwing out thoughts!
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>>80469088
>Well, most of the gods have similar names in every culture, race and religion, but their titles and roles drastically change depending on who you ask.
I thought I was the only one.

Do you let them?
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>>80461364
No not unless he is a half breed and as such despised by all. Fuck outta here with that soulless motherfucker in my L5R game. You can bet your ass he's playing a dirty Ronan if I'm feeling generous enough to let him play it at all.
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>>80471118
read >>80464792 retard
Japanese isolationism only occurred in the Edo period, which was probably the one with the least samurai things happening. Samurai stories tend to happen in the Sengoku warring states era (jidai geki) or in the Bakumatsu period (Akira Kurosawa ronin films, Shinsengumi-inspired fiction). In the former the warring clans openly traded with gaijin and in the latter Commodore Perry had fully blown their asses wide open.
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>>80464402
>>80464792
idk, ive made my swamp people french once. you cab draw aspects of a culture whule not being 1 to 1, or giving them the same level of cultural/societal level if the insperation culture. like I had swamp musketeers and honor and shit (and reading was barely a thing too, they just had memories of an old eligqnt court life long ago and some of the archytypes stayed), same could go for swampjaps with toad ronin and more tribal organization and more down to earth peasent level stuff.
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people usually hate the them that are close to them and they have a decent amount of interactions with. not the them that is a true foreigner. usually thise are considered honored guests. even in small level human interactions, people tend to hate the town over, but love to talk to the new guy from 3 states away. think how jap-korean relationship were compared to foreign expeditions to America and Europe who were met with great fan far. or how the harlem helfighters were greeted in france with great respect. now compare that to when large numbers of japanese came over for work in the us, or when Algerian and wider african immigration became a larger thing in france later on.
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>>80461364
Yes

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>take this, sir anon! it should do the trick!
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>>80460599
Qt
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I love orc girls!
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>>80443447
imagine kissing her cute snoot
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>>80466373
That's a hell of a way to go, you have to admit.
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>>80443447
You're a credit to your people, porkchop.

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>The PCs are involved in a republican election, and are tasked with helping the warhawk politician win the presidency so he can bring the fight to the enemy
What are some good quests to send the PCs on that would still involve at least a moderate amount of fighting, but which would also help the politician's election campaign directly or indirectly?
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>>80463549
Only Americano-centrists hate America.
Wokeness is defined by Americano-centrism.
You must be a Californian.
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>>80463549
You were literally the first one to bring it up.
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>>80461074
Guarding friendly demonstrators.
Some rough PI work digging up (or creating) dirt on opposing candidates.
Tournaments meant to arouse marital leanings in the gen pop
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>>80471166
Literal campaigning, I mean the populace is more likely to vote for you if the people knocking on your door to talk about your policies are literal god-slaying, goblin-stomping, dragon charming, hercules-built adventurers.
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>>80471261
That would also make for a constant stream of side quests.
>"Sure I'll vote for your candidate . . . . if you slay the ten rats in my basement."

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Are there any settings which explore this time period? Are there any books for the ancient near east in general? How would you handle a campaign set in the years preceding the Bronze Age Collapse?
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>>80470358
Pretty easy, right? Conan is already late bronze/early iron feeling. You can basically use any normal fantasy times, just cut out the riding horses and full plate.

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What does /tg/ use to manage campaign design and notes? I've been using OneNote for sometime but feel it's lacking in features. I tried out Notion recently, but found that after four hours of keeping the Windows app open, it had sucked up 20gb of ram. Not to mention Notion also doesn't have any offline backup options, so it feels kind shit.
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>>80468679
>I also
>as well
Ignore that, sorry for the autism.
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>>80468702
Yeah I'm taking a look at their forums and the documentation vault that it comes pre-installed with. There's a lot of power here. Templates are a feature, but it's a plugin that has to be turned on in the settings. When I discovered you could turn on "folding" to collapse/expand content underneath headers, I about busted a nut.
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>>80468370
I kinda mean that I'd prefer if lots of the categories and template boxes were crammed together, like if all of each page was only 2 "pages" long. It takes forever to find anything, especially because there's tons of dead features. Being able to have additional drop-down menus within each page would allow me to hide all of the worthless stuff I'm not gonna use, or have settings to have all of it pre-hidden.
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>>80468868
If I'm not mistaken, the 'template' feature allows you to innately hide stuff. Although you have to create said template through the export button. I've not tried it myself, though. That's the gist I got from a glance through some posts, though.
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LaTeX is extremely powerful and I already used it a lot for my undergrad. Taking session notes/drafting references is super simple now and looks awesome.

I like dwarves, lets talk about them.
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>>80460233
Hagin Beardhand.

.....Beardhand?
Reroll.
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>>80464090
Good taste in dawi.
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>>80460233
Bolgar Goodshield
Not too shabby
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>>80462716
>Mountain peoples are famous for disliking alc.

[laughs in Alpino]
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>>80462980
Mostly that first part for me. Fuck being reasonable. If I wanted to be reasonable, I wouldn't be playing a Dwarf.

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There's something extremely based about the Skaven, their very psyche lacks any of the weaknesses that cause leftism, making their society immune to its taint. They are free of feelings of inferiority which are the root of leftist thought, they instinctively hate non-Skaven meaning that leftist self-flagellation is impossible in a Skaven and a big reason why they are so successful is that they put their women to better use than any other race in the setting and their psychology means that a Skaven simp that would protest about this is impossible.
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>>80433263
>hurr we use shitty poorly built tech we barely understand and backstab everyone while spreading newly invented diseases!
Aren't they just the Chinese?
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>>80433771
sounds like modern day america
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>>80468832
Chinks don't invent, they plagiarize unlike us Aryans.
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>>80462111
you went too hard with this reply and made it obvious
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>he doesn't identify with egotistical failures

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>latest Senet version panders to Hittites
Egyptian gaming is over.
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>>80470960
shut up oldfag
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>>80471324
what a stupid oc donutsteel that guy was
glad he's gone ngl
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I actually find foreign and ancient prejudices to be fascinating. Like, what did various cultures think of each other derogitivly and what did they call each other?
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>>80468858
>Implying Egyptian gaming was ever good
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>>80471377
Ppfft. Please. We all know that they just took the sun and pasted it as a disc on a bird's head and claimed it was a new god. Do your research.

No, but for real, the sun disc was a god before him, presumably before the unification of Egypt, he just gave it a new name and separated it from the whole Ra cycle of gods, which were probably just combined sun gods before Egypt proper. 4 aspects? Seriously? Not to mention the female version from the later dynasties (see Raet Tawy).

if dragons are supposed to be monstrous antagonists to mankind, then why are they so hecking cute and befriendable?
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>>80466734
Forgot to mention that she polishes the hell out of her scales (well, had her kobolds polish them) to be all shiny so the city knows she's a good dragon.
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Having tea and cloudwatching with a dragon sounds wonderful
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>>80466734
I'm hooked, what happened next?
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>>80464467
wtf? tg smart?

I'm desperate to play a good Bionicle game. Have any of you experimented with this? Are there any good systems for it?
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bump
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>>80463274
Because they were a pain in the ass to pose. They don't stay the fuck still, and exist literally as a gimmick.
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>>80399652
Which Toa Metru is your favorite and why?
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>>80471617
Matau and Nuju
and also Lhikan
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>>80471617
I really appreciated Vakama having a rookie red ranger arc- even though all of them are in essence rookies.




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