This came up in a RP last night. Our supers team was up against a villian with the power to levitate himself and 2,000 pounds. He was floating 20' in the air while doing the classic villain monologe. My character, Kobold is an illusionist and creates 2,001 pounds of iron chains to drag him down so the rest of the party can attack. The GM rolls, the villain fails his save. He is bound, but the GM rules that he remains floating there because his "powers" know the chains aren't real. Whaaaaaat? I guess that makes sense. If I filled a truck with illusionary bricks and the driver fails his save, the truck itself wouldn'd be carrrying and real weig
Find a way to see through clouds before the next Darkmoon Faire.
Here's why. For a while now, Azeroth have been scarred by the sight of a hideous green planet hovering ominously in the southern skies. It's everywhere. From the Swamp of Sorrows to Darkshore, from Wyrmrest Temple, to the Timeless Isle, but NOT on Darkmoon Island. True, Darkmoon is covered in 2 layers of thick clouds moving against each other, but every now and then the patient can look between the gaps and see the stars. Stars, but no planet. Sometimes if you log in and look up quick enough, you might get a glimpse of what's there before the cloud layers load. So far though, n
Not really bad, just really weird... First a big computer crash, Then family issues, then laid off at work, then a move. But the dust is settling again and I'm starting to feel, "normal" again. New computer too. But it came preloaded with Windows 8. It wouldn't run Photo Shop X, had to buy X-5. Well, all in all, life is good and I'm stable enough to start drawing again.