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LONG POST!

I heard there was a Hogwarts/Mad Max AU floating around? 

Here’s my two cents for that. *throws* This is what happens when I decide to marathon the HP movies over the week and also have a “Little Witch Academia” anime poster in front of my work space.

*lies down* I have spent too much energy and time on this.

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I decided to update my Mayor’s outfit, all ready for the snowy storm tomorrow! I found lots of lovely duffle coats designs, and lots of nice jumpers with scarfs.. but none that had both, so I made my own and I love how it turned out!             ( ノ^ω^)ノ゚ It matches really cutely with the blue pompom hat too c’:

I wanted to put up the QR code for it so other people to be able to wear it too! I’ve never put up a design of my own before so it’s kinda exciting!

More colours can be found HERE by the way! (。・ω・。)

❅ ❆ Happy Winter Holidayys! ❆ ❅

It occurs to me that the current Pathfinder SRD’s version of baleful polymorph may leave its caster in for a rude surprise if they try it on a high-level fighter.

Like, okay, you’ve been turned into a frog. You’ve got an effective Strength score of 1, you’re five inches long, and all of your magic item bonuses and such go away. Life sucks, right?

Well, hold on now. Being five inches long technically gives you a size category of Fine, which confers a +8 attack bonus against Medium targets (e.g., most humans). The attack penalty for Strength 1 is only -5, so your attack rolls actually come out three points ahead.

Of course, your Reach is also 0, so you have to enter your target’s space to attack, eating an attack of opportunity in the process - but your size also grants you a +8 AC bonus versus Medium opponents, so you’ll probably be able to tank that AoO just fine.

Then there’s the matter of damage. A frog’s bite almost certainly has a base damage rating of 1, there’s that -5 Strength penalty to contend with, and you don’t get bonuses from worn or wielded magic items while polymorphed, so you’re probably stuck doing the minimum one damage per attack… except you’ve got Power Attack, and since a frog has only a single primary natural weapon, you’re getting an extra three points of damage for every point of attack bonus you pour into it. That’s five points of damage per attack (1 base + 9 Power Attack -5 Strength) without even touching your base attack bonus, just by eating the net +3 you ended up with from being Fine - and the wizard who polymorphed you probably has a terrible AC, to boot, so you can likely afford to just max Power Attack out and hope for the best.

So basically what I’m saying is that if you’re a high-level fighter and an evil wizard turns you into a frog, get in there and start biting.

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Who Wore it Better: Boots of Haste

wallflowerwaitlist asked: The twins argue a lot over using the Boots of Haste. In Episode 82, Vax said that he is statistically more effective with them. Do we have any statistical evidence on which twin really has been more effective with them in the past, or even hypothetically?

Short Version: It depends heavily on the situation.

Long Version: There are a number of factors to consider here, because some of this depends on how we view ‘effective.’ Let’s break it down by what the boots are able to do.

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“I was gonna lead the war.”

“Rogue’s gone.” 

Ace groans pitifully into his breakfast; that was not the words he wanted to wake up to. 

Riskua rubs sympathetically at his forearm, even if she’s rather busy answering Amerlin’s question. 

Why didn’t they stop at two? 

No sooner has he thought it does guilt crash over Ace. 

He doesn’t mean it, he loves Rogue, loves all his children and Riskua so very much.

But must his youngest test and stress him so? 

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