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Forum: GM Workshop Jun 25 '13, 7:30pm
Replies: 15
Views: 463
Posted By Kernal
The problem is mostly on the defensive side. It...

The problem is mostly on the defensive side. It is generally much easier, without magic, to boost save DCs, attack bonuses, etc than it is to boost saves, AC, etc. Past about level 7 mundane armor...
Forum: GM Workshop Feb 22 '13, 8:37pm
Replies: 14
Views: 520
Posted By Kernal
I have in the past used a grid mat with dry-erase...

I have in the past used a grid mat with dry-erase marker. As the players explore, I just draw more of the layout onto the mat, and erase at the end of the day (or adventure, or whatever).
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Forum: Gaming Discussion Dec 24 '12, 8:16am
Replies: 51
Views: 1,388
Posted By Kernal
My favorite, in principle, method of determining...

My favorite, in principle, method of determining stats:

Pick a stat; you get an 18 in that stat. Then roll the other 5 stats in order with some (probably generous) method.

Everyone gets to...
Forum: Gaming Discussion Dec 14 '12, 7:13pm
Replies: 8,473
Views: 234,961
Posted By Kernal
D&D 3.5 If I cast Replicate Casting (Spell...

D&D 3.5

If I cast Replicate Casting (Spell Compendium, p. 173) to replicate a Maximized Fireball, does it to 10d6 damage or 60?

Cheers!
Forum: General Discussion Nov 2 '12, 2:25am
Replies: 37
Views: 1,749
Posted By Kernal
I like Microsoft updates because I can ignore...

I like Microsoft updates because I can ignore them and MS keeps supporting the product I keep using.

I hate Apple updates because it means Apple will stop supporting whatever I'm using now, and...
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 26 '12, 9:13pm
Replies: 37
Views: 1,544
Posted By Kernal
There are too many things about this that sound...

There are too many things about this that sound dumb to me. To list a few:

- One project is worth 50% of the grade. Not a lot of room for error there....
- The students don't understand...
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 21 '12, 10:27pm
Replies: 28
Views: 1,444
Posted By Kernal
/popcorn.

/popcorn.
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 14 '12, 12:58am
Replies: 501
Views: 11,729
Posted By Kernal
ftfy

ftfy
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 11 '12, 10:11pm
Replies: 129
Views: 4,573
Posted By Kernal
Then why are you the only one suggesting this?

Then why are you the only one suggesting this?
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 10 '12, 5:47pm
Replies: 129
Views: 4,573
Posted By Kernal
No silveroak. I'm not looking down my nose at...

No silveroak. I'm not looking down my nose at anyone; I'm not telling anyone to take a back seat to anyone else. I think that people who make boatloads of money should have just as much...
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 8 '12, 7:44am
Replies: 129
Views: 4,573
Posted By Kernal
I don't think anyone is suggesting this...

I don't think anyone is suggesting this...
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 8 '12, 12:38am
Replies: 129
Views: 4,573
Posted By Kernal
I think you misunderstand me; probably because my...

I think you misunderstand me; probably because my earlier statement wasn't particularly clear.

I'm not trying to suggest that people shouldn't care or have input about where government funds are...
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 7 '12, 9:18pm
Replies: 129
Views: 4,573
Posted By Kernal
I'm unsurprised that answers from non-experts are...

I'm unsurprised that answers from non-experts are all over the map - I know that I have no data to support any response so my answer would be a pretty random guess.

I'm also not surprised that...
Forum: Worldly Talk Sep 7 '12, 8:20pm
Replies: 129
Views: 4,573
Posted By Kernal
I don't think this is as important as you think. ...

I don't think this is as important as you think. Everybody, and I'm sure this is true - _everybody_ objects to some portion of the goverment's spending. Maybe you object to military spending, or...
Forum: General Discussion Sep 2 '12, 6:26pm
Replies: 28
Views: 1,093
Posted By Kernal
As a point of interest, this is not true; each CD...

As a point of interest, this is not true; each CD did not have its own unique key because the CDs were all identical (and thus cost-effective to produce). The software had some algorithm to...
Forum: Site Discussion Aug 31 '12, 7:54pm
Replies: 6
Views: 328
Posted By Kernal
Exalted is awesome! I love the design choice:...

Exalted is awesome! I love the design choice: "We know you're going to try to break the system. We'll just make it straightforward to do so and everyone will be on the same page!'

-Kernal
Forum: Gaming Discussion Aug 11 '12, 12:01am
Replies: 22
Views: 1,618
Posted By Kernal
I take some issue with this concept: Unless...

I take some issue with this concept:

Unless some of your players have _very_ specialized builds, AoOs only happen when the character in question takes certain actions (casting a spell, moving in...
Forum: Gaming Discussion Aug 7 '12, 7:41pm
Replies: 11
Views: 376
Posted By Kernal
I'm pretty sure you can still cast while in the...

I'm pretty sure you can still cast while in the air - hence Feather Falling.

Also, to echo the above: Time Hop is (almost) never a useful defensive technique. Just don't do it.
Forum: Archive Jul 25 '12, 9:14pm
Replies: 583
Views: 6,277
Posted By Kernal
I'm looking forward to the imminent battle...

I'm looking forward to the imminent battle between Xanatos' minions and the remnants of The Mighty Comestibles. I've wondered, though, how the minions would notice the approaching party? The...
Forum: Worldly Talk Jun 7 '12, 11:13pm
Replies: 175
Views: 5,657
Posted By Kernal
No, but that response was made in response to...

No, but that response was made in response to someone's musing about probabilities. The calculation of probabilities always relies on prior assumptions. Naturally if your assumption is "Jesus...
Forum: Worldly Talk Apr 3 '12, 3:25am
Replies: 219
Views: 8,376
Posted By Kernal
Grisha's numbers assume exponential growth, which...

Grisha's numbers assume exponential growth, which obvious reaches the higher CO2 levels sooner. Your calculation assumes linear growth instead.

Linear growth is clearly the wrong model because...
Forum: Worldly Talk Apr 2 '12, 9:29pm
Replies: 31
Views: 1,882
Posted By Kernal
I have an uncle who supports email etc...

I have an uncle who supports email etc monitoring.

The rest of the family regularly sends him emails with documents like, "How to build nuclear weapons", etc.

-Kernal
Forum: Worldly Talk Mar 28 '12, 12:01am
Replies: 38
Views: 2,341
Posted By Kernal
Interesting, but doesn't support the E-Cat...

Interesting, but doesn't support the E-Cat technology. E-Cat is claiming Copper content in their detectors as fusion byproducts; if the energy is generated by the proposed W-L mechanism instead...
Forum: Worldly Talk Mar 27 '12, 10:58pm
Replies: 38
Views: 2,341
Posted By Kernal
It's also unlikely that fusion with nickel would...

It's also unlikely that fusion with nickel would be exothermic at all. I haven't looked at every isotope, Nickel is on the wrong side of Iron to allow for exothermic fusion. 62Ni actually has the...
Forum: Worldly Talk Mar 25 '12, 8:28pm
Replies: 219
Views: 8,376
Posted By Kernal
Dear Sam_Crow, Plugsy was never stating that...

Dear Sam_Crow,

Plugsy was never stating that the Earth wasn't warming, nor that there is a serious problem we have to deal with. While not commenting on the general issue, he was trying to...
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