- Good - Willing to sacrifice personal gain for the greater good
- Neutral - Personal sacrifice only for personal gain
- Evil - Willing (and usually eager) to sacrifice others for personal gain
- Lawful - Hold yourself to an externally-defined code of…
Think you’re so much better
Cause you’re so politically correct
Hierarchy PC punx
Who are you trying to impress?
Bite your fucking tongue
Bite your tongue before you judge me, and learn your fucking facts
Take your hardcore politics
And shove em up your ass
Bite your tongue
One of the film’s weary extras reportedly mistook one of Gibson’s children on the set for an errand boy, and asked him to bring a cup of tea. Gibson was within earshot, and nodded and whispered to his son, “Go get it.”
PRO TIP TIME!
Some time ago, I was killing time and drawing my Pathfinder character and I was thinking that it would be cool if I had his portrait somewhere on my character sheet. What you see above is the end result! This is how I did it:
1) Draw your character using a black marker (I used a micron, but whatever). If you want to do some shading, do blocky shading like I did, which is to say, just areas of solid black with no gradient.
2) Scan your final image into Photoshop as a black & white image, which will give you a good, clean scan. (If your scan isn’t what you want, try scanning at a higher resolution, like 300 or 600 dpi).
3) Find the Pathfinder character sheet PDF on Paizo’s website or Google or even scan your own in, but just make sure it’s clean and new. Open that in Photoshop, too.
4) Get an 8.5” x 11” document with at least 300 dpi, paste the character sheet in it. Now go to your portrait drawing, select the magic wand tool and highlight all the black. If there’s parts that aren’t selected, go to >select >similar, in the top menu and that should get them all. Then copy it and paste it in a NEW LAYER over your empty character sheet.
5) Move your portrait around to where you want it. I put it over the skill list because I feel it’s less intrusive and looks better because there’s not big chunks of black ink over it.
6) Now that you have it where you want it, you need to do one more thing: go to the layer your drawing is on and lower the transparency. I go to 24% transparency, but depending on how dark or light your drawing is, you may need to adjust.
7) Print it out! If the portrait is too light or dark, adjust the transparency and try again. It may take you a few tries but you’ll get it. Just make sure that when you write on the darker parts with pencil, you can still read what you’re writing because that’s important (duh).
And that’s it! If you want to make one of these and you’re having trouble, just send me a message and I’ll help you out any way I can! Thanks for reading and hope this adds a bit of flavor to your character sheet!
Guys I can’t even wait until Friday. This is 100% my pin of the week. This is litterally the most amazing terrain idea I have ever seen. The best part is that the dungeon is made with Dwarven Forge tiles.
Saw this display at GenCon 2013. Too awesome. If you don’t know about Dwarven forge, do yourself a favor.
Is there anything a natural 20 can’t do?
This is a poster idea I developed to show off the amazingness of tabletop rpgs.
"You attempt to pickpocket the man, but accidentally pull down his pants instead."
"You reach out to push the orc off the bridge, but instead lightly caress his back. He is uncomfortable."
"You try to stab the guard, but you stab your crotch instead. Roll fortitude."
"You say your name is Bob and not Jim. Your lie is misinterpreted and they now believe you are a serial killer."
"You swing your axe, but it slips from your fingers and sails across the room."
"In an attempt to dodge the incoming arrows, you jump into the swarm.”
"You bull rush the enemy but miss and jump off of the cliff."
"You try to land on your feet but you land on your sword instead."
"While providing first aid, your hand slips and you stab him in the heart. He dies instantly."
I CANT BREATHE