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Two player games

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- Sat, 02 Aug 2014 12:41:04 EST F5P7OV4I No.27072
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Cards, board game, or table top

Preferably something casual you can play while fairly drunk.
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Jenny Nozzlepidge - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 22:20:31 EST gfSPW9Wa No.29388 Reply
Play Pavlov's House
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Albert Blengerville - Sun, 10 Nov 2019 15:25:00 EST VV8h1Y8v No.29389 Reply
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Try Abalone! The rules are dead simple, but the strategy is chess meets sumo wrestling. Basically your goal is to push the other player's pieces off of the board, but you can only move them by pushing a longer chain than they are defending with.

For a non-strategy game, Suspend is an amazing balancing game for when you are burnt out on Jenga, and is pretty much just better in every way. You can play conservatively to get rid of your own pieces, or dangerously to try to force your opponent to make an error and knock down the stack
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Ernest Dartbury - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 15:44:08 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29390 Reply
>>29389
Oh man, I remember Abalone. Fucking sucked at it as a kid. At least those marbles are heavy enough to throw at people you hate.

High stats yay or nay?

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- Sun, 04 Aug 2019 17:26:50 EST 3lnuw7+U No.29240
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high stats dont always matter when your dice are rolling low all night.
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Hedda Worthingworth - Sat, 17 Aug 2019 20:39:23 EST IB8IU88l No.29278 Reply
>>29274
>A 110 IQ person is smart, and a 120 IQ person is a genius. Less than 2% of all people have
no. 15 IQ is one standard deviation. The IQ to int mapping works pretty well.Slap a 0 on the end and it works well. But then you realise that actually 120 is actually where you start to notice "this guy is kind of smart". And 12 is where the person is discernably smarter to the point where it makes a measurable difference. If you were right then someone mechanically no different (10 and 11) are obviously measurable in real life. Someone with an INT of 19 is 6 standard deviations above the norm.

Physical stats are the same. An olympic athlete is several standard deviations out. A pound might be the difference for a marathon runner but combat isn't marathon running and they aren't strength characters. Top long distance runners aren't just lean, they have little elastic bands on their arms. But melee combat isn't that. It's short (1 minute usually) bursts of action with lots of walking 3mph in between.

Veterans have 14 strength and the guards of cities have units of them. You need 15 strength to wear plate without your combat effectiveness reduced. So you're saying that basically no one ever wore plate? Firefighters wear 60lbs of gear. Soldiers carry body armour, rations and stuff. By core rules each point of str increases your unencumbered carry by 5 pounds so that machine gunner is 3 points higher. Lifting weights is very different from encumbrance too. Being able to lift 10 pounds more doesn't mean carrying 10 pounds more. It makes a little difference.
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Hamilton Wabberstock - Fri, 20 Sep 2019 04:44:03 EST bjxwqQIS No.29327 Reply
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>>29240
I prefer character creation based on a points system *GURPS*
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Alice Firringdig - Sun, 27 Oct 2019 18:11:13 EST 3lnuw7+U No.29381 Reply
We just entered the Tomb of Annihilation. Were still the same characters that started the adventure.
We did lose our second cleric and our Paladin because of real life.
Our group is:
Dwarven Kensai Monk
'Light Elf Light Domain Cleric of Lathander
Red Dragonborn Redemption Paladin
Human Lore Bard/Rogue
Eldarin Abjuration Wizard

I'm the player with the high stat rolls but I've been using stuff to buff my party and the occasional Fireball when needed.
Wish us luck.

What Happened at Your Last Session?

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- Wed, 11 Sep 2019 20:44:22 EST NiiSKm5U No.29306
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>New game
>Be a Human Monk trying to get information about a haunted house on the edge of town.
>Meet team.
>Drunken Tortle Storm Cleric who's never played D&D before.
>Barbarian who decides it'd be a good idea to spend all his money on booze and whores.
>Warlock Tiefling who's insulted to have to interact with other species.
>great.jpg
>Barbarian knocks out server, Tortle drinks until the GM forces him to make a CON check, Tiefling insults every human she encounters (but at least she tries to forward the adventure)
>After the Tortle and Barbarian bond over hookers and alcohol getting us kicked out of the bar, we make it to the house.
>Barbarian barges in despite the group reasoning with him to use the back entrance. Ends up getting attacked by spider swarms, triggering traps and ambushes up the ass, and we come to his rescue.
>Meanwhile, Monk does Monk stuff, making good rolls, roleplaying, kicking ass and taking names.
>Head to the basement.
>Wine cellar, Teenage Mutant Drunken Turtle charges in.
>Month old dead body in the middle of it all, Barbarian wants all the armour and weapons!
>Maggots attack.
>uhoh.jpg
>Smash the fuck out of the maggots asap, land some great hits.
>First hit against me all night
>Crit
>The maggots bore into my arm, and I'm unconscious.
>yougottabeshittingme.jpg
>Everyone fails their nature/medicine checks.
>Dead
>"It's okay! We can take him to a temple to revive him!"
>Maggots crawl out of my mouth
>Barbarian panics and attacks them.
>Crit
>"You cleave his skull apart at the jaw."
>mfw the dice are a cruel bitch..
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Jarvis Gurringway - Thu, 19 Sep 2019 13:28:48 EST 1WHOjunE No.29326 Reply
>>29324
You're right about it being a good way to teach players not to be retards though actually. I didn't think about it that way. I'm not used to people being that dumb to be honest. I mean the couple of times they've been close to that stupid they've not forgotten the results.

Though if someone plays a tiefling and says "I just want to be a devil person" fine, if they want racism and then go around insulting everyone as the pariah people though... surely that'd have consequences too.

Most people like something somewhere between a farce that derails within minutes and epic fantasy like a tabletop version of baldur's gate but there where point varies though, just because someone sits slightly more "seriousward" than you it doesn't mean they're an anal rules stickler (that's my job I try not to take it to the table too much). The rules are useful as framework to give the story cohesion and tension, they are flexible. The unwritten rules like tone (seriousness, how coddling or vindictive the DM is, what themes are and aren't okay) are the most important and they're not the ones in the book anyway.

Now that varies from table to table. But at the end of the day if I spend ages negotiating schedules I think of the 6 of us 3 work 9 to 5s but that's about to drop to 2 in 5 because life to spend quality time with a group of my friends of course I'm going to take it seriously.
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Eugene Darthood - Tue, 22 Oct 2019 13:28:28 EST xUG088FC No.29379 Reply
>>29377
I had my players break a loop someone else got stuck in. They ended up wrecking a pit fiend at level 15.

Now I just chuck crazy encounters at them. My imagination and ability to manage the enemies becomes my limit and it just challenges them. You have so many tools. My players have an understanding that if they use bullshit so will I so it stops the arms race. And it's the most fun I've had as a DM in ages. I go nuts and let my creativity be the main limit. I recently declined to throw a kraken at them not because they can't handle it (they probably can) but because it'd need worthy minions and I think a kraken priest and 2 elementals and 20 cultists thrown in might have been too much. They're 17 and the wizard has meteor swarm so that's probably not true now.

Anyway last session I had them do a sort of gameshow fight sequence for a ring of wishes with a snarky sphinx "host". They created a paradox with the pheonix egg (the myrmodon with hold monster/maelstrom made them laugh too), fought waves of acid immune creatures (including yugiloth and a black dragon which made the paladin shit himself a bit) as acid dispensers burst out the ground, fought a huge warm of blood suckers (but no vampires as they expected) and a horde of spectres, wraiths and spirit trolls (can all go through walls) in a maze. Except the maze was an illusion anyway and they could have also just gone through the walls.

Next: Ancient dragon, massive research facility. I've written most of it but I need to work out how the engineering wing will work. The engineers have been tasked with creating tools that can be distributed in large quantity to some of their soldiers to help combat the main threat to the enemy army the party. Not all the inventions will be complete or viable for copying as that'd be game breaking but these guys are going to be set up to take the edge off their strengths. Having to balance narrative world breaking repurcussions "this is something grunts could use" and challenge is going to be hard. Working on it.

Magic: The Gathering, Fall 2019

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- Thu, 05 Sep 2019 05:07:42 EST bDs6Flxb No.29290
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Throne of Eldraine trailer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mzBrfW7Ipzg
https://magic.wizards.com/en/products/throne-of-eldraine/cards
4th October 2019 release.
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Sidney Blirryworth - Mon, 07 Oct 2019 08:24:36 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29365 Reply
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>>29364
guys help how do I delete a post

On a more serious note, I currently have a green/black Food deck that works surprisingly well. The key is to have a steady token generator which you can then either sacrifice for a minor form of immortality, card advantage or killer giants.
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Nicholas Divingchodge - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 04:01:55 EST u7v4a552 No.29373 Reply
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Going for a Merfolk deck.
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Fanny Miggleridge - Thu, 10 Oct 2019 15:01:08 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29374 Reply
>>29373
I still remember Ixalan and the B/G merfolk tribe spam, goddamn it.

Cattlers of Satan

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- Sun, 01 Sep 2019 10:41:37 EST otIzTzjF No.29288
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Guys. I want to kick ass at Catan. What do?
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Jack Grandstone - Tue, 03 Sep 2019 13:59:38 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29289 Reply
Prepare yourself for the "Wood for Sheep" joke being repeated ad nauseum.
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Thomas Hommleham - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 14:22:32 EST KzTcv9Wu No.29323 Reply
>>29288

Simple stuff, ALWAYS pick the regions with the highest amount of possible die combinations, best case 8, but also 10 instead of 3. If your choice is between regions with equal "luck", pick mountain regions then grain and then sheep, fuck wood or that mud stuff. You´ll need rocks and grain to get castles early so you loot more over the long haul and sheep to get those extra cards which have VERY handy benefits for you most of the time.

Never go for coastal regions or desert border unless the coastal one nets you 2 for 1 exchange on your primary loot basis. If you can get something beneficial by trading one ressource, go for it and immediatly get that stuff, you don´t want a full hand and then lose half when someone rolls a 7 and you´ve just been stockpiling your shit.

tl;dr get starting settlements on good numbers, preferably rock and grain, rest hardly matters, catan, suprisingly enough, is a very mathsy game

Also try the Inca standalone next time, much better balance.

M:tG cores set, M20

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- Wed, 19 Jun 2019 07:34:58 EST mN3xTlUy No.29142
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Magic: The Gathering; Core Set 2020
https://magic.wizards.com/en/articles/archive/card-image-gallery/core-set-2020
29 June 2019 release

Chandra's on fire!
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Wesley Pablingtut - Sun, 11 Aug 2019 03:57:47 EST f19kgMUy No.29266 Reply
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More dual-lands.
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Jack Mummerridge - Thu, 12 Sep 2019 12:20:11 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29308 Reply
Playing blue Counter/Mill decks is a good indication that someone used to torture small animals and abuse their siblings for fun.

It's pretty much an insta-concede from me, might as well not play if you're going to be an asshole about it.

Dark Souls board game

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- Sat, 16 Sep 2017 19:31:06 EST rWeAu/4U No.28653
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I guess Dark Souls is /tg/ now..
https://arstechnica.com/gaming/2017/09/prepare-to-die-in-darks-souls-the-board-game/
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Beatrice Honningkot - Mon, 05 Aug 2019 09:16:05 EST /UFA0j8/ No.29245 Reply
>>28653
I have this game on my wishlist. has anyone played it? Is it worth the price tag?
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George Sannerpatch - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 05:33:13 EST TPVr2NeR No.29255 Reply
>>29245
Saw a couple of people play it and saw plenty of reviews. Seems pretty fun and faithful to the games but not worth the current price unless of course you love DS and the way this game translates them.

The one thing the boardgame lacks is the epic and grand feel of the overall world. It's like playing a stand-alone area of the video games.
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Nell Clagglesodge - Thu, 05 Sep 2019 05:14:39 EST bDs6Flxb No.29293 Reply
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When's the Sekiro expansion? Haha.

D&D AMA

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- Thu, 27 Jun 2019 18:57:19 EST uUG7d+ap No.29167
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I saw this and decided to try it as well.

I'm creating a homebrew universe for my D&D campaigns. Ask me anything you can think if and I'll give you the answer. If you want to read more about the world before you ask, I'll make some broad points below.
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This universe is being built of a very grand scale. Even I don't have everything locked down yet, but I've got a decent foothold.
There are several planets, and the players will have access to a starship that they will wake up on. After they are woken up, they will quickly realize the ship is failing and they have to fix it. Once they fix the ship, it will be revealed that there is a space station a few light years away(the ship is capable of warp, which I can explain if you'd like. It's not based in real science, but I'm open to suggestions 😊
There are a few star systems that they can choose to go to at first, provided they become able, and each of those will have several worlds. I have a main storyline planned out, but I can't go too much into detail openly as I have players who might be reading this. No spoilers 😉
There will be an earth like world that shares similar history and is a slightly futuristic world by our real world standards, but with many of the races of the d&d world. Sharing the same solar system is a traditional d&d like world with much the same history as cannon forgotten realms stories, with some additions and changes. There are many other worlds as well, but I'm sure those will come up if you're curious.
I've added some elements to the universe, such as a crystalized form of the Weave known as Arcanyte, a sickness brought on by too much exposure to high levels of magic much like radiation, and a last ditch casting method called Soul-Weave Extortion.
There are over 50 playable races for my players, which is probably an overload but I don't care. Most of them are already made and put in legitimate books, or released by Wizards of the Coast but there are some that I've created on my own.
There are many other things, but I'll leave you to decide if you want to know more. Thanks for your time, and I'll try to answer any questions as quickly as possible.
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Oliver Bublingfuck - Thu, 22 Aug 2019 13:00:47 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29279 Reply
>>29275
Stop playing games with people like me then, that always ends in shit flinging and name calling.
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Nigel Brittingworth - Sat, 24 Aug 2019 05:20:02 EST T9Wqp8s+ No.29280 Reply
>>29279
but I only know people like you

wouldn't have it any other way though

Vandalia World building Q&A

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- Tue, 09 Jul 2019 18:25:44 EST uvZbLK5l No.29205
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In the Ruins of West Virginia (I began working on this setting in 2017, so dont give me shit because Bethesda stole MY idea dammit) an empire crumbles- that of Vandalia. The reincarnating God-King of Vandalia has yet to be found in his 13th form, and insurrection among the city-states of the Rainforest Kingdom leaves the economy in shambles. In the absence of leadership the ruling authority scrambles to lead their people. Settlements beyond the urban cities are forced to constantly rebuild in the face unrelenting monster and raider attacks. Soon, something is going to give.
As a world building exercise for my tabletop setting, I'd love to do some Q&A and try and find questions I didnt think of and answer them, filling in gaps that players might find. Thanks for any help you might give. Mwah.
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Nell Webblecocke - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 00:35:05 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29207 Reply
How sexy are the elves? Any good prostitution opportunities?
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Ebenezer Henderworth - Fri, 26 Jul 2019 11:24:33 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29216 Reply
OP answer me goddamnit

Super - New Pathfinder Class

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- Sat, 06 Jul 2019 22:09:44 EST XvcYx9sh No.29192
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I made a new class for pathfinder: http://www.giantitp.com/forums/showthread.php?592029-Super-(new-base-class) . Let me know what you think.
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Samuel Smallstock - Sat, 03 Aug 2019 08:00:04 EST 6LUU3Ig1 No.29238 Reply
>>29192
I made an item and a background/quest theme for it. Completely unrelated to your super thing, bit why not put the "I made a thing"s in the same place.

The entrance to the beholder's lair is sealed. The entrance seal is a mural depicting various gods having dinner, including the gods of justice, the sea, war, and death. Each god has an empty offering bowl in front of them. The mural is engraved with the words: S E R V E J U S T I C E A N D E N T E R

Placing things in the offering bowls of any god causes a snickering sound to echo through the room, but no other effect. Placing offerings in the offering bowl of the god of justice causes the room to fill with cackling, maniacal laughter.

The door will open when all offering bowls are filled with ice: serve just ice.

You journey deeper into the lair, trapped with more lame riddles, pie ejecting chests, squeaky rubber skeletons(immune to blunt damage), and banana peel lined chutes.

You finally reach the beholder, who dreams of being a comedian. In his possession, he has the cursed Book of PUNishment.

Book of PUNishment:
The wielder may read aloud a joke from the book as an action. Every creature with intelligence 6 or greater that can hear the joke, except the reader, must make a wisdom save with a DC equal to their own intelligence. On a failed save, the creature takes 1d6 psychic damage and 1d4 intelligence damage. Intelligence damage may be restored by a Greater Restoration spell.
If at least one creature succeeds the save, the wielder may not cast spells requiring verbal components or use this ability again for 1d4 turns, but may take all other actions normally: during this time, the wielder is busy explaining the joke.
Once per week, as a full round action, the wielder may cast Hideous Laughter (wisdom save DC 15) on any number of targets within 30 feet.
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Henry Hondlechick - Tue, 06 Aug 2019 12:06:56 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29257 Reply
>Major Glory intensifies
No one man should have that much power~

Map Building

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- Thu, 26 Jun 2014 04:41:24 EST 7K17QbNq No.26983
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So undertaking my first major campaign construction, I had always played dungeons and dragons as a kid and a few times as an older adult and thrown together some bs dungeons or stolen something off the interwebs but I'm trying to craft a detailed world this time. What are your strategies, tips , successes stories? Running into logical errors like wanting to put a jungle and a forest on the same landmass and idk when I look at drafts of lager maps they just don't have that "real" feel if that makes any sense.
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Betsy Fanforth - Tue, 11 Jun 2019 04:14:35 EST 6LUU3Ig1 No.29119 Reply
>>29117
Better would be to take a topographical map of a hilly or mountainous region, pick an elevation, and fill it with water.

Warhammer 40000's timeline advancement

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- Thu, 25 Jan 2018 19:42:50 EST Jpl1PKLy No.28732
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So I haven't been keeping uptodate with the Warhammer lore. I remember Marneus Calgar waking up from his coma and kickstarting a technological renaissance in the Imperium of Man, and then I just lost interest in wargaming because life.

I'm never gonna play again, but I still would like to hear whatever crazy storylines they came up with now.
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Edward Singerhick - Wed, 19 Jun 2019 07:47:28 EST mN3xTlUy No.29144 Reply
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>>28997
Looks like it was based off this drawing.

Magic: The Gathering

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- Sat, 16 Mar 2019 01:02:03 EST PgcEznsX No.28936
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War of the Spark trailer:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zn_0ZjpjntE
27 April 2019 release

The rumour is that it's planes-walker focused set? Brillant or crazy idea from Wizards of the Coast?
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Henry Nammerford - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 17:01:58 EST 6LUU3Ig1 No.29128 Reply
>>29127
There was no stack. Each spell had a speed, either sorcery speed, instant speed, or interrupt speed. The only way to respond to a spell was to cast a faster spell.

You cast a sorcery, in response I cast an instant, you can't cast another instant in response to my instant, you gotta bust out an interrupt. If you cast a sorcery and I responded with an interrupt, well, you're fucked, unless you have another interrupt to respond with.

That's how I remember it, but it's been almost 30 years now.
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Alice Desslenat - Thu, 13 Jun 2019 18:19:04 EST CIb3x7Os No.29129 Reply
>>29128
There used to be "the batch". You didn't have to escalate speeds but interrupts stopped stuff happening rather than just got something in first. Once the batch started resolving you couldn't add more cards unlike the stack. I was young and broke so I didn't get into the rules with the same depth over the whole time I played as I managed playing MTGA for 4 weeks. I had to look this shit up.

New system is better. Both simpler and more nuanced.
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Betsy Winderfirk - Mon, 17 Jun 2019 08:26:18 EST IqkePQE3 No.29140 Reply
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M20 core set coming out soon.

BUY MY VINTAGE DUAL LANDS

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!Ub4TCdRjOM - Mon, 15 Apr 2019 18:05:09 EST +ZnCr37X No.29013
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No really. I take paypal and interac e-transfer. Email kirtaner@420chan.org if you’re interested.

All cards in good to great condition. Blah blah.
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Clara Giblingsock - Thu, 23 May 2019 05:37:49 EST KgtHtIfO No.29092 Reply
Do you guys trade (buy/sell/swap) much in M:tG cards?

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