I was replying to a Redditor on another sub about why diamonds are actually extremely common and why they're essentially worthless. I was on FaceTime with my girlfriend and she noticed I was typing a lot and asked me what I was writing.
I start telling her about diamonds, how they're formed, where they come from and so on. My mind begins to get sidetracked as it always does, and I talk about the different types of stars and how they "die" and what the fate of our Sun will be. As she starts to worry about the end of life in our solar system, i get sidetracked again and try to reassure her that we don't have to worry about the Sun swallowing Earth in its outer shell as a Red giant because our neighbouring galaxy Andromeda will already be merged with our galaxy, making it impossible for us to be have a home here anyways.
As my girlfriend digests this information, she starts to think of how humanity may end completely and how life, and our existence is basically meaningless which sends... keep reading on reddit ➡
I made a snarky reply to a redditor and he dug up a post I made a couple years ago on /r/suicidewatch about how I wanted to commit suicide since I have never been in a relationship even though I am in my mid twenties. That have absolutely nothing to so with the post or what we were talking about. Keep in mind, he had to look through several pages of my submission history to even come across that.
Fuck people like this so much. If you get annoyed by someone, do you just look through their post history to dig up whatever shit you can to humiliate and slander them?
I’m currently playing in a campaign where our DM seems to be under the impression that our Rogue is somehow overpowered because our level 7 Rogue consistently deals 22-26 damage per turn and our Fighter does not.
DMs, please understand that the Rogue was created to be a single-target, high DPR class. The concept of “sneak attack” is flavor to the mechanic, but the mechanic itself is what makes Rogues viable as a martial class. In exchange, they give up the ability to have an extra attack, medium/heavy armor, and a good chunk of hit points in comparison to other martial classes.
In fact, it was expected when the Rogue was designed that they would get Sneak Attack every round - it’s how they keep up with the other classes. Mike Mearls has said so himself!
If it helps, you can think of Sneak Attack like the Rogue Cantrip. It scales with level so that they don’t fall behind in damage from other classes.
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