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Works for me, Peter. Your inclusion of what many TrollCon-er's called, "butt shots"(in of G&M) will get you off the hook.

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tylermo wrote:
Works for me, Peter. Your inclusion of what many TrollCon-er's called, "butt shots"(in of G&M) will get you off the hook.

*chuckles* Hey, I work with what the models send me. Can't help it if several of em think that's one of their better features.
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Ah, yes. The "assets" so to speak.

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I want to go on record as saying all of those models are absolutely correct.

Although it is possible they are making a social comment on those that read the book.

The artwork in this book is amazing and a deep credit to the art direction.

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James M. Ward wrote:
I want to go on record as saying all of those models are absolutely correct.

Although it is possible they are making a social comment on those that read the book.

The artwork in this book is amazing and a deep credit to the art direction.

James M. Ward

LOL

This thread could go any number of directions at this point.

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There's a softcover release available if you call the Trolls I think. As to the hardback release, only Trolllords know.

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That is not an easy and short answer, every deity gives "worshippers" some kind of power either starting at level 1 or by third level, but only one. Its like a very simplified version of the 2E Faiths and Avatars.
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Can you give an example of something a Paladin would get? I'm just gauging whether the book is worth it for me to get or not; it depends if my favorite class (paladins) get something out if it or not.

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It's hard to give examples in the case Of Gods & Monsters, because every character that worships a deity may be entitled to a benefit, and there are like 60+ deities in this book. Also, if you are a spellcaster and worship a deity from this book, there are even more benefits that would be endowed upon your character.

Really, that question couldn't be any tougher to answer. But the short answer is yes, a paladin class could have benefits, lots of them depending.

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What about Dwarf Gods?
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PeelSeel2 wrote:
What about Dwarf Gods?

They are in there.
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What about deities for the great and glorious Gnomes?
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jeff wrote:
What about deities for the great and glorious Gnomes?

They are also in there.
Along with Elves, Halflings and various humanoid races.
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Great and glorious? No such critter.

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Yer just jealous that nobody puts statues of duh-warves on their lawns. Just remember, there's no race like Gnomes.
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If you see a dorf on yer lawn it is likely that he is peeing on yer roses.

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If you see a dorf on yer lawn it is likely that he is peeing on yer roses.

Thanks. Now I've got a funny vision of a battle armoured dwarf wizzing on a stone garden gnome.
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If you see a dorf on yer lawn it is likely that he is peeing on yer roses.

Wasn't that a Tim Conway bit in the 80s? "Dorf on Gardening."

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gideon_thorne wrote:
They are in there.

You are correct sir!! Got mine today, and they are all their. I do not care what Steve has said about you lately, you are all right! :
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Sir Osis of Liver wrote:
Wasn't that a Tim Conway bit in the 80s? "Dorf on Gardening."

Well not really, it is more likely that he will be teaching you golf.
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Sir Ironside wrote:
Well not really, it is more likely that he will be teaching you golf.

There was a whole series of those videos. I was almost sure that there was one on gardening. How about Dorf on Dungeon Design? Dorf on Monster Generation? Dorf on DMing? Dorf on Annoying Forum Readers?

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