I'm really hooked on this fight scene! *falls over*
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I freaking love Skirmish.
He's a lovable lil' thief monkey!
One of the things people forget about rogues is how important intelligence is for them. And just how dangerous quick thinking is.
Skirmish's wits are as fast as his feet!
He is really lucky that the grappling hook came out so nice and neat like that instead of hooking on something or spilling the other stuff out of his pack! Heh heh! Very nice page.
It woulda been like Tim from chapter 1 spilling his backpack everywhere!
That bridge is not going to survive!
Also if I own any weapon now, I'll have to name it ol' pointy. Even if it's a gun.
Ol' pointy is mighty and feared for its almighty power...
... of being really, REALLY pointy
I can't seem to find the Patreon page for Alignment. Are you sure you launched it? I noticed that mine seems to have had some traffic despite the fact that I haven't officially launched it yet, so it may not show up in the Patreon search if it hasn't launched, but the URL for it may still work.
Anyway, I was looking for a link to it on the comic site or the blog and couldn't find one.
Ah! I actually disabled my Patreon page a few months ago in favor of a tip jar instead. Thanks for looking for it though! Any support you'd like to give is welcome through the tip jar above! :D
Well that guy is gonna have a nice fall.
By the way, random question: Do you base this off a particular brand of rules of D&D? If so which edition?
I base Alignment loosely around 4th edition Dungeons and Dragons. I say loosely since I do incorporate many other things (like tumble checks for instance) since they are so iconic to the genre!
I see. What's your take on 5th edition?
5th edition is a solid edition. Its the best of both worlds when considering 3rd edition and 4th edition D&D. After playing/DM'ing using 5th edition I can say its not as complex as 3rd or Pathfinder, however it has much more freedom than 4th edition and is just as simplified. So its easy to jump into and just as easy to get lost in making interesting characters!
I'd definitely recommend it, especially since the Basic Rules are free as a pdf from Wizards of the Coast. I bought their first module "Hoard of the Dragon Queen" and its been an excellent resource for a DM to start a 5th edition campaign!
I'm quite excited to give it a go. Me and my group are just waiting for our DM to return from her trip. Until then I'm pretty much reading through all the rules.