Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by lsvtec, Sep 17, 2003.
Probably a Oh well.
shit man I run Debian... Time to look into lsh...
hmm, our ftp server uses ssh, guess i better restrict it to just my host :\
all versions of these?
:nods and pretends to know what the geeks are talking about:
whats going on?
Shhhh. They're having a secret geek meeting.
:lies in wait, Hiding in Shadows with his +5 Vorpal Sword waiting to Backstab the nearest geek:
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Pretty talented if you're backstabbing with a magic sword.
ushes glasses up:
At least in 2nd ed, there was no rule against backstabbing with a magical sword.
As I understand it only Red Hat, Debian, Free BSD, and Gentoo are vunerable, and only if they are running any version of OpenSSH. I could be wrong, but that is the way I understand it.
No, but it IS more difficult. Penalty to your rolls sir Knight, or assassin as that may be.
Dammit, Scott still has my Players and DM's Guide. I don't think that was the case in 2nd ed, WOC may have added it to 3rd ed but I quit wasting money on the books by that point.
Aaahhhh, half the fun of gaming right here, arguing about the rules.
Well, I'm pretty sure it is. I haven't played in over a decade, but my housemate does- I'll ask him. He's got most of the books around here anyway. I just don't care to search through them.
AD&D 2nd Ed > AD&D 3rd Ed
Oh, and backstabbing with a magical sword is perfectly acceptable.
I once pulled off a successful backstab with a boiling kettle... Did 14 hit damage and 3 splash damage to an ogre.
damn, i must not be leet after all. i have no idea what you guys are tlaking about
Old school Dungeons and Dragons, y0!
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