The metagame is not the game.
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My 5e Homebrew Material
The 5e Warblade: The "Complex" Fighter
The Hero: A Modular 5e Class
Robin Hood(2010 BBC)
Robin Hood(2010 BBC)When it comes to robin hood i still prefer the 1984 Robin of Sharewood series.But that might me looking at it trough the rose tainted glasses of nostalgia.
Robin Hood in general just rules. I like the BBC's take here though; very much in the vein of the newer Dr Who series and cleverly done. I love the Errol Flynn movie too. That's probably my fave.
Unsurprisingly, none of the actuual Dungeons & Dragons movies came up
Unsurprisingly, none of the actual Dungeons & Dragons movies came up
Any movie that includes a role that Jeremy Irons can't make good is pretty awful..
there were some since? Guess I didn't get the memo.
The old cartoon from the 80's was pretty awesome
That episode of Community...
Hector the Well-Endowed is always welcome at my table.
But I don't want to know what he does. He can just roll a fort save to see if he gets the clap and keep the rest to himself.
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That episode of Community...Hector the Well-Endowed is always welcome at my table.But I don't want to know what he does. He can just roll a fort save to see if he gets the clap and keep the rest to himself.
There is a nice little self created divide here. Shame there can't be more acceptance instead. I feel that is where the future of the game should be.
All this vitriol, pushing away, retroactive retaliation, and preemptive striking needs to stop.
I keep trying but some won't let things go. Will you?
Because you like something, it does not mean it is good. Because you dislike something, it does not mean it is bad. Because it is your opinion, it does not make it everyone's opinion. Because it is your opinion, it does not make it truth. Because it is your opinion, it does not make it the general consensus. Whatever side you want to take, at least remember these things.
If you have to resort to making offensive comments instead of making logical arguments, you deserve to be ignored.
There's no movie I know using the magic level of old editions, maybe because heroes able to overcome anything outside combat with enough time of planning make crappy stories…
Lord of the RingsHarry PotterPrincess MononokeThe AvengersPrincess BrideCrouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Improvisation in 4e: Fave 4E Improvisations - also Wrecans Guides to improvisation beyond page 42The Non-combatant Adventurer (aka Princess build Warlord or LazyLord)
Reality is unrealistic - and even monkeys protest unfairnessReflavoring the Fighter : The Wizard : The Swordmage - Creative Character Collection: Bloodwright (Darksun Character)
Ladyhawk (minus soundtrack)
13th Warrior is a great DnD style movie. I also find that although the setting is more modern, the Indiana Jones movies make great D&D inspiration.
Ladyhawke (and I, personally, like that soundtrack)
Clash of the Titans While the newer one is fresher in my mind I am fairly sure either is a good representation.
Ladyhawke (and I, personally, like that soundtrack)The 8 bit digital synth one? Man I remember that as being so distracting to an otherwise good movie. Not trying to disagree with your opinion, I'm actually glad that at least someone liked it, just curious if we are talking about the same thing.
Qpid LMAO very nice