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Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

I've been sick these past couple of days. Haven't seen all the discussion until now. Aw... sad.

And loved the post for Cedric. Awesome.

Posted on 2019-12-07 at 19:13:33.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

That's a long read, Olan. Good too. 

I'm on the edge of my chair waiting for the next battle scene to emerge. Got me some results to read!

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 11:42:07.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

Creative license.  Mad Mardigen has nothin' on Gib.

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 09:14:50.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

Thanks, Olan. 

And, Breebles...

devour her too

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 09:10:36.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

My bad. I've altered my post.

By the way, you are absolutely correct, Gib would have used Hold Person to stop the wizard. I didn't know where to put it in my post, but that's absolutely something he would do. Good call.

This is fun. Death for everyone! 

cat machine

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 08:50:06.

Topic: Flesh & Blood - A CyberPunk Game

Thanks for the post, Tann. This leaves room for Nomad and Giddy to post their character's responses, which I'll allow them to do today. I'll post a continuation tomorrow morning.

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 08:46:09.

Topic: Destiny's Flight - A Serenity RPG
Subject: Destiny Day 3, 9:30 pm Ship Time (ST) â?? Time spent on Demeter: 1 hr 30 minutes

Wyatt stands watch while Wolf and Pops work their magic on the elevator shaft door, considering the condition of the ship, the dent in the door, the paint flecks, the broken straps... I have a bad feeling about this, he thinks. 

You have a bad feeling about everything, my love, Eden's soft voice echoes back at him from the void of memory.

Blinking away her ghost, Captain Sung realizes that his crew is nearly finished. Positioning himself in front of the door, he readies himself as Wolf works the door open. Stepping inside, Wyatt shines his light about and assesses the situation. 

"Clear," he relays, already working the panel on his left forearm to disengage the magnetics. A dull thump follows and the captain of Destiny immediately begins to float. Using the rungs of the ladder to propel himself up to the next floor, he pulls himself to the side upon finding the door to the second floor in a similar state to the one they'd just come through. Wolf and Pops make short work of this one, having practiced on the first, and once the door is opened, Wyatt pulls himself through, pushing his feet to the floor once more, and activates his magnetics. 

"Stay in touch," he requests after everyone is through. "We've already been here a while. Don't want anyone to run short of oxygen."

Leading Alex and Alaxis to the infirmary, the team finds entry a lot easier than the lift had been. Stepping through the door, Sung is immediately met by the feeling of a morgue. The dead man floating, the body bags, they have an otherworldly feel to them. Making his way directly to the floating body, Wyatt bends to read the patch out loud, "John Seward... anyone recall the name?" Is this a member of the original crew?

(OOC: answers, if any...)

By-passing the bodybags, Captain Sung visually examines the rigging that had been done with the tape. Following the leads to the case, he steps up to the attached note and again reads out loud, "Got a suitcase here. Looks to be sealed off completely by tape. Has a note that reads, 'Save her, please.'"

Glancing at Alaxis, he asks, "What's yer take, Doc?"

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 08:43:11.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

Thanks for the clarification. And don't worry about boring us. 

I've posted. Obviously, battlefield commands are difficult to issue during the cacophony of war so Gib's call to Cedric is more to let the young priest know that he's not alone. How Cedric decides to use his healing is completely up to him. Right now, Gib's focus is on ending the conflict.

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 08:23:34.

Topic: The Corruption Hidden Beneath the Surface...

Only the battle-trained have an eye for the whole of the field. 

"To lead from the front is to generate the love of your troops," Captain Ollifpher's words echo in the warrior-priest's mind. "To lead from the back wins you a near god-like view of the battlefield. You have to decide which will win you the day."

In the heart of the Temple of Death, Garn had easily shrugged off Gib's command to hold and the cleric of Therassor can only blame his own weakness in faith. He doesn't have much time to contemplate that situation, however, as he carries out his original plan and lines up his crossbow sights with his hated enemy.

The shot is tricky. Aranwen, in her golden beauty, is dancing in and out of his line bringing and end to one foe after another as she moves closer to the target. He has to time it perfectly... to press the lever too early will lead to disaster. To press it too late... Therassor, Righteous Commander, guide my hand. With a click and a jerk, the bolt is released. Already swinging the crossbow to his back, his heart leaps into his throat as the bladesinger begins to shift into the path of the missile. Despite his doubt, Gib's prayer is answered and the Sylvari's hair is trimmed by the passing bolt. Shield slipping along his arm, the cleric watches with satisfaction as his shot impales the wicked priestess in the shoulder.

And then they are upon him, smashing into his shield as he snatches his sword from between his knees. Grunting with the impact, Moreno finds himself in the thick of melee while he presses forward to provide his Kazari friend with assistance. Cutting a cultist down, Gib's wide moss-colored eyes seek his target, noting that Ch'dau is taking a beating while giving the same to Garn. Drawing in a sharp breath, the sweat and blood covered warrior-priest continues his slow progress forward only to be met by a new wave of the enemy. Struggling against the press, Moreno is surrounded, but then aid from servants of the death god swell. Blocking a slash against the face of his shield, he turns aside a thrust just as another cultist's blade pierces his lower right abdomen sending fiery white heat lancing through his chest and into his hip. A large cultist forces himself to Gib's side, and the two of them lay about fiercely, keeping Davena's minions at bay, even driving them back. 

Free of the smothering enemy rush, Moreno uses his shield to push a zombie aside and take the knee of a cultist out with a long cut of his blade. Frantically seeking his companions, he witnesses Davena attempt to slash Aranwen's throat only to be bowled over by Ch'dau and his breath catches painfully in his lungs. There's no time to cry out, not that it would do any good. Anger and grief fueling his adrenaline, the priest lunges forward into two cultists. Using his shield as a wall, he drives the first into the second momentarily entangling their limbs. Using the shield as a fulcrum he rolls to the left, bringing his blade around in a wide three-hundred and sixty-degree swing that ends by decapitating the second cultist and severing the spine of the first. Carrying through with the momentum, Gib runs towards his fallen friend, leaving the two cultists' bodies to fall behind him, a fresh spray of arterial blood providing the right side of his face with crimson war paint. 

A screaming male in black robes rushes Gib from the front—Kith is moving to give the Kazari aid—Moreno drops low, catching the cultist on his shield and driving his blade through the man's gut as he allows the forward motion of the enemy to help him carrying his dying body over the top of him, rolling him from his shield and extracting his longsword in the process. Cedric is close to Aranwen, Ch'dau, and Kith—Kith, who is now driving her blade into Ch'dau's stomach, not Davena!

An enraged and confused bellow erupts from the warrior-priest's throat, raw and throaty. Desperate to reach his wounded companions, his training kicks in. Cedric is in a better position to provide Aranwen and Ch'dau with aid. If I can kill Davena, Kith can be freed of the magic controlling her. Instinctively, Gib knows that he cannot muster the strength to call upon Therassor for another hold. He has one chance. He must reach Davena and kill her.

When he entered this battle, Moreno Enderedre had resigned himself to death, even singing the Funeral Dirge of Therassor. Now, victory requires him to live long enough to end the life of his rival, what victory may still be grasped from this carnage. His press turns into a calculated run; survey the remaining field, choose a path of least resistance, and MOVE!

"Cedric!" he yells. "See to Aranwen and Ch'dau!"

Kithran is speaking to Davena, helping her rise, a smirk on her face. "Kithran!" he calls raggedly to his friend as he continues his charge. "Kill her! Kill Davena and you'll be free!"

(OOC: OK... so, there's three possibilities here as I see it, so I'm writing three possible "nexts".)

(OOC: If Gib makes it to Kith and Davena without dying...)

Rushing in on the pair, Moreno positions himself so that Kith is shield-side. (OOC: if Kithran hasn't responded positively to his call...) Not wishing to do more than remove his friend from the equation, the warrior-priest attempts to knock her aside with his warworn shield while driving his blade through Davena's chest.

(OOC: If Gib is blocked from reaching them but still alive...)

"They are escaping!" Moreno calls out, hoping to draw the aid of their benefactor, Garrack and perhaps gain more time to free Kithran from Davena's hold. (OOC: If possible without drawing additional attacks, he'll also cast Command on Kith.)

Then, to Kithran, Gib calls upon the divine power of Therassor to compel her, "Stop! In the name of Therassor the Battle Lord!"

(OOC: If Gib reaches Kith and Davena but Kith won't give him the opening he needs and a shield bash won't remove her from the equation...)

His original plan to deal as little damage to the little scout as possible removed from him by her strategic maneuvering, Gib draws up with his shield in front of him, narrowed, calculating eyes barely above the upper rim, sword held back ready to thrust. "This isn't you, Kithran," he states in desperation. "You've killed your friends. Ch'dau, Aranwen... we've been languishing in the prisons of this one—" he tilts his helmeted head towards Davena, "—this past while, seeking every opportunity to free ourselves and come to your aid. Now, I need yours. 

"Therassor has given you the opportunity. Take it, Little Sister. Send her to her maker!"

Posted on 2019-12-05 at 08:20:36.
Edited on 2019-12-05 at 08:47:28 by Bromern Sal

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

I suppose there's nothing to it then. If Cedric can reach Aranwen or Ch'dau and keep one from dying in that round (preferably Aranwen as Ch'dau will likely last a round more) would he have enough divine power left to heal Ch'dau the next round? In Gib's estimation, of course.

Then, Gib's focus would be on Davena. His thinking being that if he slays her, whatever hold she has on Kith will be released.

As a player, that puts Gib at Kith's mercy if he can even make it to them without obstruction but Moreno is thinking tactically and sees this as their best option.

Posted on 2019-12-04 at 22:50:02.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A


Okay, just to gain some clarity in the madness. 

  1. Aranwen and Ch'dau are dead?

  2. Cedric condition is...?

  3. Gib is wounded how bad?

  4. Kith is obviously Stockholmed.

  5. Davena is down but not yet dead?

  6. Garn is dead?

  7. Can we tell at all which side of the cultists seems to be winning?

  8. How far apart are we all from each other? Can Gib make it to Ch'dau and Aranwen in time to cast a healing spell keeping them from death? Or Cedric, maybe?

  9. Can Gib cast Hold Person on Kith?

I've got a Masonic event tonight but I'll check in later to see if there are answers. Oh, and I loved the irony in Kith killing Ch'dau with Aranwen's sword.

Posted on 2019-12-04 at 18:14:03.
Edited on 2019-12-04 at 18:16:10 by Bromern Sal

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

Love it! That's really fun, my brother.

Posted on 2019-12-04 at 11:51:59.

Topic: Flesh & Blood - A CyberPunk Game

The day is waning! Please get your posts in before tomorrow morning (and I mean early morning).

Posted on 2019-12-03 at 12:56:17.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

Never feel bad for swearing at the D'hurgenite.

Though, I do wonder if there are neutral temples to D'hurgen to take care of funeral rites.

Posted on 2019-12-03 at 12:35:27.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

Y'all are making me blush.

Posted on 2019-12-03 at 12:16:00.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

Thus the reference to Sam.

Posted on 2019-12-03 at 12:02:58.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

I have managed to eek out some time this morning to post. 

Here's to the luck of the die and the kindness of the GM (forever a kind and caring sort who loves to see quests come to a happy ending for all of the party akin to Samwise Gamgee's end of adventuring days).

Posted on 2019-12-03 at 11:54:02.

Topic: The Corruption Hidden Beneath the Surface...

Prayer is the only thing running through Gib's mind as the fell priest leads them through the tunnels. Despite the promise that no harm would come to them on this leg of the journey, each undead minion that they pass is a reminder of the hell they've gone through. His prayers shift from requests for protection for his friends to pleading with the Mighty General for Kith's well-being. 

The priest holds up a hand for caution, then calls a halt. The sound of voices chanting from beyond a doorway at the end of the hall is immediately recognized by the warrior-priest as religious in nature and his blood runs cold.

"We are nearly there," their guide motions in the direction of the noise. "This doorway opens into the temple itself. Do any of you have any final preparations to make? If so, this is your final opportunity."

At that, Ch’dau tugs his falcata free of their sheaths. “I am ready,” he rumbles, though the feral snarl that is etched on his features says ‘barely restrained,’ instead.

"There are more preparations to be had, my friend," Gib draws in a deep breath of the cool cave air and glances at the priest of D'hurgen before returning his gaze to his companions. "I will ask a lot of the Battle Lord this day and pray that his grace is with us and he grants my requests. Aranwen... Ch'Dau... these miracles I ask of my god will be for you both as you'll be the frontline."

Turning to Cedric, Gib asks, "Does your faith have prayers for protecting one from the touch of evil?"

(OOC: receiving an affirmative, I'm assuming.)

"And one for granting a blessing upon allies?"

(OOC: again, assuming an affirmative.)

"Finally, what of the divine power to be invisible to undead?"

(OOC: yup... that too.)

"If you'll ask Solanis for these miracles on Aranwen, I'll tend to Ch'dau," bringing a determined yet weary gaze back to Aranwen and then Ch'dau, Moreno advises them of one additional action. "I will also ask of Therassor a battle blessing. Perhaps, with these miracles, we may yet win the day."

(OOC: assuming there are no objections...)

Gib asks Ch'dau to kneel and prays over him. "Lord of Just Battle, Mighty General, it is in humility that I ask these boons upon my fellows that they may carry the day in your name.

"Grant the ferocious Ch'dau of the Kazari protection from the evil he is about to face that he may show how mighty you are, that the honor of those who have passed on to the Halls of Heroes may be manifest in his actions," retrieving a small vial of holy water from his pouch, Gib unstops the container and takes a bit of the water on his fingertips. Drawing the Sign of the Sword on the Kazari's forehead, he pauses, feeling the warmth of his god's power flow through him, the Sign of the Sword briefly glowing with a silvery fire before fading into the cat man's fur. 

Hearing Cedric about his prayers, Gib waits for him to finish the blessing, the younger priest having already requested the protection upon Aranwen from Solanis. When the Priest of Light is finished uttering the words of his blessing, Gib closes his eyes for a moment to bask in the feeling of confidence that washes over him. Then, pressing his lips together, he breathes in deeply and returns to his task.

"Honored General," the warrior-priest takes his sword by the blade, holding it so that the crossguard rests on the ridge of his index finger and thumb. Presenting it before the Kazari's feline face, he continues, "Through your divine power, grant that the senses of the foul incarnations, even the undead, be masked."

The holy symbol on his crossguard flares with the comforting silver light and for a moment, Ch'dau is outlined in a liquid silver that melts into his body. Fishing an electrum coin specifically fashioned for this sort of prayer from his pouch, Gib holds it in front of him, resting on the flat nail of his thumb. "Battle Lord, this foe that we are about to face is forcing undeath upon many who would look to you for justice. This warrior, Ch'dau of the Kazari, the Silver Cat, is entering into righteous battle. Grant him your favor on this day!"

Flipping the coin at his friend, it tumbles through the air towards his forehead before vanishing in a flash of silver light. Instead of the coin striking the fur and flesh of the warrior, the light that devoured the coin shoots straight into his eyes. Placing a hand on Ch'dau's shoulder for a second, Gib nods to him before moving to where Aranwen kneels. 

Producing another electrum coin, Gib offers the Bladesinger an encouraging smile. "Battle Lord, this foe that we are about to face is forcing undeath upon many who would look to you for justice. This warrior, Aranwen of the Sylvari, honored bladesinger, is entering into righteous battle. Grant her your favor on this day!"

Flipping the coin at his friend and leader, it tumbles through the air towards her forehead before vanishing in a familiar flash of silver light. As before, the light that devoured the coin shoots straight into her eyes.

"It is done," Gib says, placing his hand on Aranwen's shoulder at the same time as gripping her hand and pulling her to a standing position. "We are prepared the best we can be without seeing the lay of the land with an army behind us."

Looking at his friends, the warrior-priest offers one more suggestion, "Rituals most likely take place upon a dais. We could be facing an encircling mass with Davena in the middle performing her rite, or she could be at the front of the gathered. Either way, I suggest that the two of you make your way to your targets post haste. These prayers will not last forever. I'll ask for Therassor to hold that maggot, Garn, so that you may finish him with little effort, Ch'dau. The sooner you can focus on Davena, the better off we'll all be. After the prayer, I'll take a shot with this—" he hefts his crossbow and loads it as he continues talking, "—at Davena if I have the opportunity and then join you in the fray."

(OOC: assuming acceptance...)

“I would wish the Devourer’s blessings on your efforts,” the priest of D'hurgen smiles, “but I doubt that you would accept them…”

“F*** your Devourer,” the Silver Cat snarls as Gib stares flatly at the man. Is he mocking us?

“…Perhaps Shinara will be on your side this day, instead.” With that, and the Kazari’s spit at his back, the priest turns and steps into the temple.

In his wake, Aranwen leads them the rest of the way toward the doorway and, once there, takes a peek inside to gauge what they are facing once they enter. Gib looks past his friends, his crossbow now hanging at ready by his side, his sword in hand, shield on his shoulder. There are so many... A growl forms deep in Ch'dau's chest somehow offering additional comfort. It grows even louder at about the same time Gib recognizes Davena and... Kithran upon the strange table wearing very un-Kith-like clothing. The Kazari's growl very nearly becomes an enraged roar and Gib's blood turns to the steel of his righteous wrath.

"Not much to it," Aranwen whispers, her voice soothing or, at least, stilling the Kazari for a moment, "Some won't get in our way, whether they are incapable of battle and run, or are sided with him. The only way we'll know is by leading the charge. Conserve your strength; let those that flee do so, and only fight those that block our advance. We will need all the strength we have left to deal with the priestess and the devout," she looks from Cedric to Gib to Ch'dau, "Kill her, break their morale, and you must survive."

The growl still rumbling in his throat, Ch'dau's fingers flexing anxiously on the hilts of his weapons, the Kazari simply nods in response.

“For Kithran,” the bladesinger says, then, and steps into the hall, herself, with the Kazari close behind.

The first chord of Aranwen’s bladesong is deep, almost matching the chanting within the hall before it lifts into a crescendo as she advances. The Silver Cat’s roar and the clanging together of his blades play a brutal counterpoint to her song as he charges in beside her.

Even as Ch’dau lets loose his first slash at an enemy with one blade, his eyes seek out Garn and he points purposefully at the big monkey with the other. “YOU,” he bellows, “COME!!!”

Following his companions into the room, Gib holds his sword aloft and calls upon Therassor, the God of Righteous Battles, "Mightiest of Warriors, Father of Righteous Battle, Highmost General! Your enemy stands before me! Hold his limbs this day! Hold them fast!"

Having offered up the prayer and feeling the power of Therassor flow through him, Gib quickly grips his sword between his knees and raises the crossbow, taking aim at the blonde priestess. Pressing the trigger, he doesn't wait for confirmation of a hit or miss, instead, he swings his crossbow to his back, rolls his shield down onto his arm, gripping the handle tightly, and retrieves his sword.

"Give me strength," the warrior-priest's dirge is added to the noise of his companion's assault. "Give me courage. No more am I. No more am I..."

Moreno charges forward, shield before him, sword ready to strike. First to assist Ch'dau if he needs it against the warrior Garn, second to aid Aranwen in her fight with Davena.

Posted on 2019-12-03 at 11:52:21.
Edited on 2019-12-03 at 12:30:53 by Bromern Sal

Topic: Star Trek: Veiled Chimera Q&A

Huzzah! Posts are an important part of the game.

Posted on 2019-12-02 at 19:50:16.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

I was hoping to have a post up but I've got a board meeting tomorrow that I had to spend today preparing for. Don't wait on me but if I find the time before you post, Olan, I'll post. Also, thank you for Battlefate. 

Posted on 2019-12-02 at 19:48:46.

Topic: Destiny Flight - QnA

Looking forward to it.

Posted on 2019-12-02 at 07:26:48.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

I like that idea, Pekka. Now, let's see what the Mighty DM will allow.

Posted on 2019-12-02 at 07:26:10.

Topic: Flesh & Blood - A CyberPunk Game

Unfortunately, I didn't have a full hand to work with. Please get your posts in ASAP. I'll hope to be able to post by Wednesday morning.

Posted on 2019-12-02 at 07:24:34.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A
Subject: Battlefate

This spell alters probability to favor one character or creature locked in battle. His opponent may stumble at an awkward time, a clumsy parry might catch the enemy’s weapon at just the right angle, or he happens to notice the foe moving in for a flank attack. The more powerful the priest, the more potent the aid; combat modifiers provided by battlefate equal +1 per three levels, so a 1st-level caster provides a +1 bonus, a 4th-level caster a +2 bonus, a 7th-level caster a +3, and so on to a maximum of +5 for a 13th-level priest. The exact form of the aid or assistance varies from round to round—roll a d6 to see which aspect of the subject’s combat abilities are affected in any given round. d6 Effect 1 Nothing happens 2 Defenses enhanced, apply bonus to subject AC 3 Luck enhanced, apply bonus to saving throws 4 Accuracy enhanced, apply bonus to attack rolls 5 Damage enhanced, apply bonus to damage rolls 6 Lucky opening! Subject gains one extra attack with either enhanced accuracy or damage (subject’s choice) If the character does not make a roll of the specified type in the round, he gains no benefit for the spell; for example, if the character gains the saving throw bonus but doesn’t have to make any saving throws during the round in question, battlefate doesn’t help him. Of course, in the following round, the spell may provide him with a different benefit. Note that on a roll of 1, battlefate does not help the character ththe priest intends to aid—such is the nature of chaos. The material component for this spell is an electrum coin tossed by the priest as he casts the spell.

Posted on 2019-11-28 at 20:25:32.

Topic: Hidden Corruption Q&A

So, this is what I'm thinking Gib and Cedric can do during their prep time. Raven, if you've other ideas, I'm all ears.

  1. Cast Protection From Evil on Aranwen and Ch'dau (casting time 4/target 1 person/duration 9 rounds)

  2. Cast Bless on the party (lasts 6 rounds)

  3. Cast Invisibility to Undead on Aranwen and Ch'dau (casting time 4/target 1 person/duration 6 rounds)

  4. Cast Battlefate on Aranwen and Ch'dau (casting time 4/target 1 person/duration 6 rounds)

This should leave the Protection from Evil spell going for another 6 rounds, Bless for 3 rounds, Invisibility to Undead for 4 rounds, and Battlefate for 5 rounds.

With his crossbow at ready, Gib will cast Hold Person on Garn (it might get Davena if the dice are really kind to us) hoping to give Ch'dau a true advantage and make it so he can quickly move on to Mistress Davena to aid Aranwen. That would be the 1st round of combat for Gib. The second round would be taking aim with the crossbow and firing it at Davena. The third round would be wading into battle with his sword and shield.


A lot depends on how many healing spells Gib had to use and how many Cedric had to use as well. If Gib and Cedric are splitting casting duty evenly, that's three 1st level prayers apiece and someone gets the Bless prayer. Or, if Olan rules that Cedric wouldn't have the Battlefate spell, that's four for Gib and three for Cedric.


Does anyone see any problem with this use of cleric magic and strategy? Particularly you, Olan, and you, Raven?


If we're good with this, I'll write up my post.

Posted on 2019-11-28 at 15:41:18.


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