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 on: April 18, 2015, 07:04:42 PM 
Started by Krensky - Last post by Krensky
Clear eyed examinations of Superman and his place in the world make fun speculative essays. They make shitty movies and comic books, as Man of Steel and now Dawn of Justice demonstrate.

 on: April 18, 2015, 06:36:52 PM 
Started by Krensky - Last post by Morgenstern
  I don't think that's AT ALL what I described.

  I don't see it as a given that the world should just say "hey, this guy is obviously ok. Nothing to worry about here." That's not how the humans I know are wired. Or maybe I've just read enough Superman to remember Kal-El has conquered the Earth, more than once, and not in side-line realities.

 on: April 18, 2015, 06:24:09 PM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Antilles
If you want comments on specific rolls, it's #1d20 #this is a roll

Sure, those things are doable (some more than others), but we'll also have to consider that if they keep losing men or have 'accidents' at some point they'll call for reinforcements from the neighboring watchtowers, hell, possibly even go on the alert even without solid evidence of wrongdoing.

 on: April 18, 2015, 06:12:23 PM 
Started by spinningdice - Last post by Ares
Hungry and still a little short on breath, Creamor returned with Lars to the camp.
For some reason the meal tasted remarkably good, until Creamor noticed that it was in fact the taste of blood that still lingered on his teeth from the female ranger.
While he chewed the tough dried beef he asked Aiden:
"What do you think we should do first when we get back? I'll need a day or two rest before I can engage the magister. The last remaining Captain would be an easy target for a night time visit."

 on: April 18, 2015, 06:11:42 PM 
Started by cjs65 - Last post by cjs65
Hi all, I've had a couple of questions now about whether the sheet will be updated with new classes.

I'm afraid the answer is no. I no longer play Fantasy Craft and it seems unlikely I'll ever go back to it. If there's anyone out there who's good with Excel and feels they'd like to take it over, I'd be happy to pass it on and provide the necessary passwords to allow editing. I'm afraid I don't have any technical documentation to go with it though.

Anybody who understands Excel's condition checks, conditional formatting, table lookups and database functions as well as cell formatting and protection should be able to get along with it OK. I'd also be happy to provide limited email support.

If you have good Excel skills and feel you'd like to take this on, send me a PM. My ideal would be to hand it over to the Crafty guys, but I suspect they have enough work on their plates and wouldn't want to add this.


 on: April 18, 2015, 06:04:11 PM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Ares
Not that I'm averse to a level up, but before the assault we still have some covert work to do:
- Suicide of Captain Barhold, triggered by Kaythlene's death
- Unfortunate fire in the magister's laboratory
- Poisoned stew friday
- Possibly an ambush on the balentyne priest while he visits the town

Cool tool. Search check for the horses is 30

 on: April 18, 2015, 06:02:13 PM 
Started by spinningdice - Last post by Antilles
Between Creamor and Lars it's an easy task to pick up the trail of the horses, and after about half an hour's trek find their prey, hiding from the biting wind in a copse of trees. The horses are still skittish and alert, so the task of killing them isn't exactly straightforward, but between the two men, and withthe benefit from Creamor flying, the last living creatures from the patrol lie bleeding on the ground, breathing it's last.

Following Creamor's suggestion, Aiden stokes the camp fire and uses the rations looted from the patrol to create a meal for everyone. The ingredients doesn't actually make for a feast, but it's warm, reasonably tasty, and there's plenty of it, which will have to do for their victory celebration.

 on: April 18, 2015, 05:47:25 PM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Antilles
Also, possible new dice roller, since it seems like InvisibleCastle is down for a good while? Go here, enter a nickname, password 'crafty', room name 'Fantasy Craft Way of the Wicked'. Type # to roll, f.ex. #1d20+8, if you need exploding dice (f.ex. for AD) then you can use #explode=1,4 1d4 for exploding on 1 and 4.

Give it a spin, let me know what you think.

At what point do we hit the level up you mentioned prior to the final battle?

As we're heading towards Balentyne to begin the open assault. Shouldn't be much more to do in town before we kick off the main event, so it might be a good idea to start working on the next level now.

 on: April 18, 2015, 05:37:32 PM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Mister Andersen
At what point do we hit the level up you mentioned prior to the final battle?

 on: April 18, 2015, 05:26:07 PM 
Started by Antilles - Last post by Antilles
The shield is nothing a coat of (black) paint won't fix. The vambraces, greaves, and spaulders which I imagine are all doing a fine impression of the end of Fellowship of the Ring will probably similarly benefit but likely it won't matter because they'll only be seen when we're ready to start murdering everyone.

The fittings themselves aren't marked; they are made in a fairly standard 'army-style' type, though it's common outside of the army too so it won't raise any suspicion. The shield, though, is custom-made for the noble, so the family shield isn't just painted on, it's engraved as well. Painting it over will make it so it isn't obviously noticeable, but if anyone got a decent look at it they'll still be able to spot it. But as you say, usually when people get a good look at it is when it's being bashed in their faces.

Any fodder for horses?

Doesn't specify in the text, but sure, we can say there's... two bags of feed lying untrampled and not covered in blood or horse/human guts.

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