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[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/28/2013
Mostlyjoe wrote:
Eric Minton wrote:
Plague of Hats is currently working on the baking rules. He's invested a great deal of effort into it, to the point where the 3e launch has been pushed back in order to get the baking system working just right. True story!
Dang. Eric, do you know how I can contact Plague. Baking rules or no, I need his help with the podcast. Even if it's a quick question.
He's a hard man to get a hold of, but if I hear from him I'll let him know.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/28/2013
Plague of Hats is currently working on the baking rules. He's invested a great deal of effort into it, to the point where the 3e launch has been pushed back in order to get the baking system working just right. True story!

[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/28/2013
AnubisXy wrote:
So having spent today thinking about the preview while at work, I have decided I still really like it. Awesome job all around Dev's. Just ignore the assholes.
Let's please not call people who disagree with preview material "assholes."

[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/27/2013
While I can't speak for the devs, I'm pretty sure that the 'phantoms' mentioned in Black Rose Blooming aren't actually ghosts. This is because A) we generally don't use the word 'phantom' to mean 'ghost' unless we've mentioned a specific ghost like ten times in the same paragraph and have run out of synonyms, and B) we generally don't use the word 'coalesce' to describe the appearance of an actual creature, even a relatively insubstantial creature like a ghost.

I am confident that John and/or Holden will address the matter when they return from Denny's their undisclosed location.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/27/2013
The Bishop is imprisoned within a cage of his own seven wangs.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/27/2013
ravish (third-person singular simple present ravishes, present participle ravishing, simple past and past participle ravished)

1. (obsolete or archaic) To seize and carry away by violence; to snatch by force.
2. (transitive, usually passive) To transport with joy or delight; to delight to ecstasy.
3. (transitive, now rare) To rape.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 5/25/2013
Erinys wrote:
They want to make sure that the new Exalt types (not to mention Lunars and Infernals and the classics) are fully integrated into the setting and history and map, so that none of them feel tacked on and inconsequential.
When did Lunars get removed from the category of "classics"? emotion-1.gif

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/21/2013
Huh, Avoidance Kata's mechanics changed significantly between 1e and 2e.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/21/2013
Let's not forget the breeding process for fishmen!

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/21/2013
No, it makes them a superliminal. bluh.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/19/2013
Segev wrote:
I try to look towards pre-modern pseudo-science and mysticism for "how things actually work" in Creation.
This is always a good initial approach!

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/19/2013

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/18/2013
Thoth wrote:
A Dawn caste that was raised in a Mercenary Camp and only knows fighting
Seriously? A kid who grows up in a mercenary camp will acquire all sorts of non-combat skills. Sent out as a runner? Athletics. Kitchen duty? Craft. Wheedling for seconds? Performance, Presence. Cadging extra food more directly? Investigation, Larceny. Constant ribbing from the grunts? Integrity, Socialize. Sentry duty? Awareness, Stealth. Helping the medic, the quartermaster, the grooms? Medicine, Bureaucracy, Ride.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/6/2013
Morangias wrote:
Pasty golems?
I assume you meant "pastry golems." A pasty golem would be something else entirely.

[#][F] Eric Minton - 3/3/2013
Blaque wrote:
I just realized I got names mixed-up.
To clarify for other posters, the character in question is Bal Keraz, the Realm's Minister of the Treasury.