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Omitted to grant glorious suffering to his followers


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David knott 242 wrote:
deuxhero wrote:
How much of the mechanical parts of this book are female only?
Just the Changeling racial material, as best I can recall -- and that only by implication.

kind of makes me wonder what happens if a changeling (or other gender specific species) is affected by something that changes the gender/sex, does it create an otherwise impossible male changeling or female satyr (I think they're only male anyway) or does it fail or what?


neato


One question I've thought of, the shifter has been stated to have the ability to manifest claws from the start, could they be able to instead have say, a minotaur-esque gore?


As per the subject, what kind of classes do you want to see in the future? The obvious alien pet class would be cool, and maybe a class based on being the hoverbike guy similar to a cavalier sounds fun to me.

Sorry if I managed to miss another thread like this


Yeah, ex-barbarian would be cool, but I think that'd be really out of place in this book, but maybe in a future one


MrCharisma wrote:

It's not dictated by the spell, but by who you're touching:

- Cure light wounds on an injured friend won't require a touch attack.

- Cure light wounds on a skeleton will require a touch attack.

(obviously your friend can decide to be an @$$-hat, but you get what I mean)

to be fair, thats not being an @$$hat as much as an idiot, since they stand to lose more from it, but your point stands


Well, samurai was printed in a paizo book, specifically ultimate combat, so yes, it is first party. that said samurai are a bit rare outside of the dragon kingdoms, but s traveler or wandering ronin could work fairly well. Since they are an alternate cavalier, they work fairly well for an urban/intrigue game, which CotCT is. Of course, the best advice I can offer is take the question directly to your GM, and if need be work with them to create a character that does fit


no, firstly, the hybrid classes are their own thing, what their parent classes can or can't do have no bearing on what they can. secondly, rangers are also divine casters. you can't cast arcane spells, so you can't become an arcane archer, without taking a one level dip, or some other means of picking up a way to cast 1st level arcane spells. that all said, you could ask your GM if they'd allow it (assuming you aren't playing pfs)


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Mr. Pilkington, Philosoraptor wrote:
Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
And all the existing classes have small arms proficiency, in any case.
There's a T-Rex joke in there somewhere.

but its just out of reach


Prophet of Doom wrote:
Gnorman, Gneil, Gnathan, Gnatasha, Gnatalie, Gnancy.

these are good gnames


CoeusFreeze wrote:

I wonder what sense-dependent will mean. Is it the replacement for mind-affecting?

Also, the inability to apply feats to this seems odd. It prevents a lot of the creative uses for abilities I have come to expect from Pathfinder.

I'd bet it means something along the lines of requiring the ability to detect the user by some means and to be able to kind of tell what they're doing in some fashion, since a staple of space opera settings is creatures that sense the world with different senses than a standard human-ish character might, so it can kind of cover a wide variety of possible targets without having to take a bunch of options for a sense you might encounter once or twice.

This is of course, all complete speculation with no knowledge. Basically a wild guess


I am all kinds of interested in the mammoth lords stuff


So, have the Yaddithians been confirmed as playable aberrations? Just curious, and I didn't see any confirmation anywhere


So, host Shirren iconic?


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So much space mischief.... SPACE GREMLINS!!!!


Ah well, can't have everything


If I may ask, does the court fool replace or alter weapon profs, bardic knowledge, loremaster, versatile performance, well versed, or soothing performance? Just want to see if it will stack with juggler


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off hand, the musketeer cavailer archetype takes away your mount, but leaves you with a bunch of abilities that require one, which are removed by the luring cavalier. So that seems like almost an archetype of an archetype


throw a few ranks into profession (disguise maker)


Perhaps I'm the only one wondering, but what kind of animal companions do you guys think we're going to see out of this one?


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CannibalKitten wrote:
So there is no LA in pathfinder? I've always noticed no entry in the races obviously and nothing I read in ARG, not that I have read every word. So do Drow players get to play at the same level as everyone else in a normal raced party then? They just raise its CR?

Yep, the ARG, as mentioned above has guidelines for how much more challenging encounters should be for parties including more powerful races, since the extra power does drop off after a while, and it is honestly a less fiddly system than LA anyway


what happens is that the horse becomes very confused


I'm not sure everyone will like these ideas, but, some form of pet class that still has a "generic" animal, but, ya know, alien

Technologically advanced/improved outsiders- techno angels, demons, etc


Well, I typically go with whatever the deity's favored weapon is, in Kabiri's case that would be the flail, which can be fairly interesting what with the trip stuff and all


I don't really think it has any mechanical reasons so much as after conceptualization very few races fit +Str +Int as well as they do some other combo


An aurochs with the celestial template


Also, spells that can be undercast are all exclusive to the Psychic spell list


So, first, sorry if this is the wrong place to put this, but I was wondering, because of an idea I had for an upcoming adventure involving the players getting stuck in a sort of limbo between two planes with qualities of both, but I'm not really sure where to go from there, or what sort of things to populate it with, I'm thinking between material and astral. Any help would be neat and appreciated


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Read the title slightly wrong... suddenly have the image of a minotaur monk.... my players may be in for a bit of a shock


The one thing I would question is why the penalty to dexterity? I could see intelligence maybe making a touch more sense


BigNorseWolf wrote:
The familiar totally needs a secret identity too.

And, presumably, an adorable tiny costume


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Get rid of favored enemy for something less situational. If its a class' core ability, they should be able to use it when they feel like


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Yeah, yeah, more giants and dragons and all, cool, however the important thing here is THUNDER COWS


So, This LOOKS awesome, and I love cerulean seas, leading me to the following question, will the relluk appear in a future CS book? I just prefer to avoid as many redundancies as possible, and I would be very interested in a tropical waters sourcebook, which these guys seem perfect for


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ANYTHING from The Binding of Isaac


Ross Byers wrote:
The image name for the rune-wolf thing says it's a golem. No idea what's going on with the frost giant.

Smash is going on


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I wouldn't call conflict inevitable, though it is, in my experience, likely. However, oftentimes, it can be resolved. If it can't we move on. Serious conflicts are a much rarer occurance, but still happen from time to time, but, that could happen in any group of people


I can see where Hell's Vengeance could include just about anyone seeing as Inner Sea Gods said Asmodeus has/will work with any other god save for lamashthu and rovagug. I'd guess that its focused on a party heavily tied to Asmodeus, but open to most characters. I could even see a good character covertly working for good ends in the party (What, good characters are allowed to use deception too)


Just found this thread, my 2 cp is that Rich parents and similar traits can make some builds actually viable for 1st level, since there are some that require a few levels to "Come online"


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Please, various deities of Golarion, let me have a flying monkey familiar


Ms. Pleiades wrote:
I also made a tiefling character that was scared of ducks for the purposes of the Buried Anxiety trait. In my opinion a lot more people would be afraid of ducks if they knew about their reproductive habits.

I consider them tied with swans for the title of "evilest waterfowl"


I'm liking the Devi name, we'll go with that for now, removing slap is a good idea too. I put the bonus to strength because it felt more right to me, kinda the first thing to come to mind when you think elephant. Scent seems like a good choice, dunno why I didn't think of that. I'm thinking a good flavor trait would be something like Survival and Knowledge (Religion) are always class skills. Paragraph/blurb to come later, once I clean up the details a bit


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So over in the product discussion for Inner Sea Races (I believe) there was talk of elephant folk, I couldn't resist that idea, so without further ado

(Need a better name than elephantfolk)
Humanoid (Subtype, again, needs a good name);0 RP
Medium;0 RP
30 Feet;0 RP
Standard Languages;0 RP
+2 STR & WIS, -2 DEX
Natural Armor +1;2 RP
Stability; 1 RP
Natural Attack: Gore; 1 RP
Powerful Charge; 2 RP
Prehensile Tail (Trunk);2 RP
Slapping Tail (Trunk);3 RP

Yeah, I know, RP is an imperfect system, and I do feel like there needs to be some fleshing out, and perhaps a flavor trait thrown in there, but its not a bad start, if I do say so myself


To be fair, the medium has a lot of customization options, that give it some serious role versatility


The "unplayable archetype" mention, I believe references PFS. I don't play PFS, so I'm not sure but I think that leadership is not allowed


Doing it this way also doesn't tell half of all evolutions to @#%$ off, though I would retain the changes to pounce and others, and might copy the rogue talents for the magic evolutions (Screw 1/day cantrips)


The question I have here is WHY a rogue would want to use a two handed weapon, they aren't exactly the stealthiest/most subtle weapons about.


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Escaping enemy operative has a copy of some rather important plans in a backpack and is fleeing. Create Water to fill the backpack. Plans become glop. Hearty laughter by all


Gonna pitch in another recommendation for privateer press' Iron Kingdoms Full Metal Fantasy, for awesome steampunk awesomeness. Also within a few weeks the companion game Iron Kingdoms Unleashed will be, well, unleashed, which covers the wilds of their world, and has a lot of survival aspects, as well as using what you kill to m ake yourself stronger

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