Strip 092 - "The foremost warriors of Charlemagne's court"

4th Nov 2014, 12:00 AM in Forest of Doom
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Raxon 4th Nov 2014, 2:10 AM edit delete reply
Heh. I should totally have my fighter ask that in full honesty sometime, and then have him be so enamored that he decides he's a paladin, too! His detect evil goes off any time he senses food, so he must slay and devour the food to keep the world safe.
o11c 4th Nov 2014, 3:59 AM edit delete reply

There's a "lawful food" pun in there somewhere, I just know it ...
TzBG 4th Nov 2014, 7:59 AM edit delete reply

Am I the only one whose first thought was betrayal?
Tessier 4th Nov 2014, 11:03 PM edit delete reply

You're not the only one.
DtDoom 4th Nov 2014, 1:07 PM edit delete reply

I'm not entirely sure...
Inbetweenaction 5th Nov 2014, 9:14 AM edit delete reply

Palladin, the only class that starts with a cl 10 magical iteam. And failed to read the details where said immovable rod where to be placed.
Porphyrogenitus 5th Nov 2014, 11:24 AM edit delete reply

"ah, the memories"
I have fond memories of running Paladins back in my 3.5 days. Detect Evil was a great boon, and rather short-circuited several premade adventures that we ran through.

The thing that most annoyed my fellow players, though, was the time I made a Paladin with a racial ability to cast Light at will. I think I spent more time lighting stuff up than anything else that game. It's amazing how handy a spell it is when you can spam the crap out of it without any limitations to speak of.
Malroth 5th Nov 2014, 3:19 PM edit delete reply

yeah a lot of spell like abilites become really strong when usable at will, I had a druid with unlimited elemental summonings and earth elementals wound up short circuting entire dungeons for us on multiple occasions.
Inbetweenaction 5th Nov 2014, 5:58 PM edit delete reply

And that is why in pathfinder hexes are one of the best abilities to have. Charm as a supernatural atwill ability with longer lasting effects than the spell? atwill sleep? while flying? Even had a guy using extreamly hevy armor, seing how his caster stoped casting spells, and mearly used hexes during low to mid game.
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