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High Priestess Range
#1
I have some concerns with the consistency of the High Priestess range limitations.
  • 8 area range to Bless
  • Heal within region
  • Divine anywhere on the map.
Primarily, I find it annoying that my HP can be on the border of the region and cannot heal even one area away.

I would love to see identical range limitations for all HP abilities.
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#2
I would love to see a Green Dragon kingdom. They could have like Druid spells or something.
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#3
I tried to put one on a ship once and it turned green.  I guess that's why they can't land on water.  It tends to quench the fire breath too.
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(05-21-2020, 08:45 PM)Wookie Panz Wrote: I tried to put one on a ship once and it turned green.  I guess that's why they can't land on water.  It tends to quench the fire breath too.

Rofl
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Something I've always wondered; when Smaug attacked Lake Town, why did they cut the bridge? I mean, he could fly, why would he walk across the bridge to attack the town? I get that he couldn't swim and wanted to stay out of the water but wouldn't he have attacked from the air anyway? I mean, he had just flown all the way from the Lonely Mountain, would it really have made sense for him to land on the shore of Long Lake and run across the bridge?
And while we're on the subject, whoever settled in that area of Middle Earth must have lacked imagination where it comes to name. I mean, we have the 'Forest River' and the 'Running River' and 'Long Lake'. At least the 'Lonely Mountain' is somewhat poetic. I always laughed in the 1977 animated version of The Hobbit when Bilbo describes 'Lake Town' as an 'accurate, if none too imaginative name' though of course, it actually DID have a proper name, 'Esgaroth'.
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(05-22-2020, 12:07 PM)DuPont Wrote: Something I've always wondered; when Smaug attacked Lake Town, why did they cut the bridge? I mean, he could fly, why would he walk across the bridge to attack the town? I get that he couldn't swim and wanted to stay out of the water but wouldn't he have attacked from the air anyway? I mean, he had just flown all the way from the Lonely Mountain, would it really have made sense for him to land on the shore of Long Lake and run across the bridge?
And while we're on the subject, whoever settled in that area of Middle Earth must have lacked imagination where it comes to name. I mean, we have the 'Forest River' and the 'Running River' and 'Long Lake'. At least the 'Lonely Mountain' is somewhat poetic. I always laughed in the 1977 animated version of The Hobbit when Bilbo describes 'Lake Town' as an 'accurate, if none too imaginative name' though of course, it actually DID have a proper name, 'Esgaroth'.

Thanks for the laughs.   Big Grin  

My question is what happened to Tom Bombadil?
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(05-22-2020, 10:21 PM)Ry Vor Wrote:
(05-22-2020, 12:07 PM)DuPont Wrote: Something I've always wondered; when Smaug attacked Lake Town, why did they cut the bridge? I mean, he could fly, why would he walk across the bridge to attack the town? I get that he couldn't swim and wanted to stay out of the water but wouldn't he have attacked from the air anyway? I mean, he had just flown all the way from the Lonely Mountain, would it really have made sense for him to land on the shore of Long Lake and run across the bridge?
And while we're on the subject, whoever settled in that area of Middle Earth must have lacked imagination where it comes to name. I mean, we have the 'Forest River' and the 'Running River' and 'Long Lake'. At least the 'Lonely Mountain' is somewhat poetic. I always laughed in the 1977 animated version of The Hobbit when Bilbo describes 'Lake Town' as an 'accurate, if none too imaginative name' though of course, it actually DID have a proper name, 'Esgaroth'.

Thanks for the laughs.   Big Grin  

My question is what happened to Tom Bombadil?

Tom was such an interesting character I think he could have had his own book.
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(05-23-2020, 06:40 AM)Wookie Panz Wrote:
(05-22-2020, 10:21 PM)Ry Vor Wrote: Thanks for the laughs.   Big Grin  
My question is what happened to Tom Bombadil?
Tom was such an interesting character I think he could have had his own book.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Advent...m_Bombadil
I actually found Tom rather annoying with his 'Hi, Ho, A Merry Dell' and being pussy-whipped by Goldberry. Still, I liked the adventure in the Old Forrest and with the Barrow Wights and wish that had been included in the movie (though I did not need to see the naked hobbits running around).
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(05-22-2020, 12:07 PM)DuPont Wrote: Something I've always wondered; when Smaug attacked Lake Town, why did they cut the bridge? I mean, he could fly, why would he walk across the bridge to attack the town? I get that he couldn't swim and wanted to stay out of the water but wouldn't he have attacked from the air anyway? I mean, he had just flown all the way from the Lonely Mountain, would it really have made sense for him to land on the shore of Long Lake and run across the bridge?
And while we're on the subject, whoever settled in that area of Middle Earth must have lacked imagination where it comes to name. I mean, we have the 'Forest River' and the 'Running River' and 'Long Lake'. At least the 'Lonely Mountain' is somewhat poetic. I always laughed in the 1977 animated version of The Hobbit when Bilbo describes 'Lake Town' as an 'accurate, if none too imaginative name' though of course, it actually DID have a proper name, 'Esgaroth'.

Flying around takes a lot of energy. I think he wanted to just walk up to the town, burning as he went. It would also shield his more vulnerable underside from the human's arrows.


Regarding the Hobbit, the 1977 animated version was better than the live action movies.
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