Area name: House Summerstat or others?
Issue Description: The fire arrow bundle in the prestige store shows it's a stack of 20, but only gives 1 arrow.
I've been working on my RPG "Orion Force" for more years than I can remember. The writing in the book is finished. Most of the art I do is for the final book.
I don't do requests unless I think it's a good idea for a pic to be included in my book.
I'll do commissions on a case-by-case basis, since I'm busy finishing the art for my book, and there's still a lot of art that needs to be done.
One of my biggest pet peeves is when someone says; "Oh, that looks like such-and-such, that I saw someplace," in regards to a drawing that I did, especially without also adding some other feedback or commentary. It seems like the person is making some sort of accusation of copying or plagiarism. Probably not what they intended, but that's the first thing that pops in my mind, and it makes me very discouraged from trying.
The notion that giving other classes access to social skills somehow makes the classes that do have them worse is so weird to me. A rogue can and probably will be very good at bluff, but a fighter having the option to be good at as well doesn't strike me as something that cheapens the ability at all. The fact that these skills are so restricted is extremely annoying to concepts that would be, in my opinion, very interesting to see play out.
Locking these abilities behind classes is such an old way of thinking, and using them to open up characters to a wider range of concepts is never a bad thing in my eyes. In this case, with social skills, there's no real mechanical issues that have to be addressed and is one of the easiest ways to help players just play what they want to play without jumping through so many hoops.
Again, to reiterate. A Fighter having access to Bluff does not make a Rogue worse at Bluff.
Greetings my peers and friends,
As of this moment, I am stepping down from the Council of Twelve. There are no bad feelings or malice involved in this decision. Events of a personal nature have come, that pull me in another direction. My new bride and I will have already departed via caravan from the area by the time this is received.
Thank you all for your trust in me.
Fair Dawn and Fortune Favor,