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Labyrinth OOC

A classic 2e Puzzle dungeon for High Level characters
Beware, this one is substantially longer and (IMHO) even harder than the legendary Tomb of Horrors!
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lol This is going to be fun with the polar opposite clerics in the party.
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:lol:
But you must admit this adventure settings tip the edge to Ke'Shas' favor and the rest becoming his undead minions. ;)
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Yeah, I think scares Jag the most lol.
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Psionics must make the best cat owners.

They are always going psps pspsps psps
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:lol:
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:lol:
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Welcome everyone. Let's kill the... evil thing that corrupts the land? Well let's begin with killing something. But not Ke'Sha, even that he is evil.
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Jag is pretty comfortable after the Firbolg and Rogue go ahead of him lol.
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BishGada wrote: Wed Nov 22, 2023 11:18 am Welcome everyone. Let's kill the... evil thing that corrupts the land? Well let's begin with killing something. But not Ke'Sha, even that he is evil.
I'm in my last year of college. My final project requires me to 'define evil' and explain why scientists have a problem with it.
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Seriously? Is it in psychology?
I assume evil depends on the culture you grow up in and this might be one of the reasons it is difficult to define it.
Sounds interesting. Good luck.
It's good you joined us, it may help you in your project. Ke'Sha would love to give you some pointers... Muhahaha.
In fact the definition is simple. If it ends with muhahaha, then it's evil. :lol:
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BishGada wrote: Fri Nov 24, 2023 11:19 am Seriously? Is it in psychology?
I assume evil depends on the culture you grow up in and this might be one of the reasons it is difficult to define it.
Sounds interesting. Good luck.
It's good you joined us, it may help you in your project. Ke'Sha would love to give you some pointers... Muhahaha.
In fact the definition is simple. If it ends with muhahaha, then it's evil. :lol:
The one Philosophy course that I have to complete. Philosophers claim there are two types of 'Evil'. 1. The Evil that humans create and 2. 'Natural' Evil, which are Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Floods, Earthquakes, Volcanoes, droughts, Forest Fires, etc.

My point about #2 is that although these events have always existed, Deforestation of Africa allowed the winds and temperatures to allow hurricanes to become more powerful (forests would have weakened the winds that build up over the African continent),

Same with tornadoes, few powerful tornadoes originate where large formations of trees exist.

Forest fires are because humans made laws that prevent controlled burning of built up underbrush. so in heat waves that brush is what catches fire.

Volcanoes are stationary, so people could have built villages and cities further away and minimized the danger.

So the philosophers making the claim of natural evil is actually influenced by their first definition.
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Hmm... Well, Ke'Sha is natural evil :) he is a force of nature.
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Question; Are the hatches more like grates or solid like cabinet doors (ie. could we drop a coin with light into the holes or do we have to open the hatch to see the openings?)
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Solid, one must be opened to see beyond unless some magic or psionics is used
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OMFG I laughed far too loud at this.
BishGada wrote: Mon Nov 27, 2023 3:46 am "Why not?" Ke'Sha asks in his bored tone. "It might spice things up a bit."
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