The feat "Telepathy" doesn't make sense. It allows you to use telepathy 1/day as a spell-like ability, but telepathy is a supernatural ability, and as such has no caster level nor caster level-dependent effects. It also lacks the range at witch this telepathy operates.
Also, I find strange that the Dappled Theurge prestige class forces you to give up 9th level spells, when the Mystic Theurge does not. Is this on purpose?
James Jacobs wrote:
Actually, you can create soulbound dolls in a good way. Taking a tiny fragment of a soul to create a soulbound doll doesn't imprison the soul. It's stated in the soulbound doll construction text that: "Stripping a soul fragment from the dead does not prevent the rest of the soul from continuing on to the afterlife, nor does it prevent the body from later being resurrected or raised from the dead."
So you could go to a hospital, visit the terminal patients and offer them gold for their families if they consent to donating a bit of their soul when they die, thus remaining good and having your soulbound doll.
the table of contents bookmark goes to the introduction
Is it just me or does the module seem to expect and and even encourage the PCs to behave as CE barbarian savages and not LE tyrant overlords?
It talks everywhere of the fall of house Darius, although presenting the new king as a darian scion was stated as the best bet to claim the throne.
I think I like the final book, but I'll have to reread it to be sure. All the fights except the final and maybe the bandersnatch strike me as pretty easy.
I agree with you. I gamed with an online group via chat, and in our all-elven Second Darkness, the female rogue (played by a woman) slept with the acolyte of Serenrae in Riddleport. She and the DM roleplayed the sex, and frankly it was really creepy. Me and another female player commented via private chat on the weirdness of it, but it only happened once an it was really late at night so we didn't raise a fuss.
With another DM, and the same players, I played a gay aasimar cleric of Shelyn that flirted with everybody, but I talked beforehand with the other players and DM, to make sure it wouldn't make anyone uncomfortable.
On the matter of crossplaying, my first D&D character as a female elf druid and in World of Darkness it was a Lasombra woman. And since then, I've had more female characters than male. And I've never had any issue with any of them.
On the thread as a whole, I really like how Paizo handles queer and non-cisgendered NPCs in Golarion, although, of course, I'd like more hot man on man action (Ileosa/Sabina in CotCT and Calistrian/Young Noblewoman in Kingmaker are fine, but not really my thing)!
If you haven't written the character yet, I'd like to share an idea. A male cecaelia hedge witch and a handsome, young, Bonuwat fisherman.
I love the cecaelias. Normally, I don't like monstrous races (PC with racial HD), but I'd like to play a cecaelia someday.
Actually, they being CR1, you can play them as 1st level characters.
Character’s Name and a description of what they look like.
He is a tall androgynous Tian-Min, with long flowing white hair that sometimes shimmers as if in flames. His eyes are completely black, without iris or white. His skin is the tipical minkaian hue, but with a slight metallic shine. He has two small wings of heatless flame floating at his back. He can manifest an halo of light that looks like the sun from Shizuru's holy simbol.
A brief paragraph of their history, where they came from, and what their motivation may be.
He is Ameiko and Tsuto's younger brother, and was born a year after the half-elf. His mother, concerned by the otherworldly looks of the baby, made the midwife lie to Lonjiku and say the baby had died and sent him to relatives of hers in Riddleport. Hisashi's main caretaker was his great-aunt, a venerable woman that practiced ancient Tian witchcraft. As he got older, he started studying under her. He wanted to visit his mother many times, but with her death, he forgot about Sandpoint. After news of his father's death, and the passing of his great-aunt, he travelled to Sandpoint to meet his closest living relative, his sister. He has been in town a couple of months, helping Ameiko in the Rusty Dragon and getting to know her.
A brief summary of their class, including ability scores, skills, feats, spells, special abilities.
I'd like him to be a peri-blooded aasimar, if not, he'd be human, and I'll change the description of the character.
He would start as a white haired witch, take a level of samurai down the line and go eldritch knight (a little like the male version of Ni-Chang from "The Forbidden Kingdom" but with spells).
str 14 dex 13 con 14 int 16 (14+2) wis 10 cha 14 (12+2)
traits: younger brother (Ameiko), magical knack (witch)
skills: intimidate, knowledge (arcana), knowledge (nature), knowledge (history), spellcraft, use magic device
How often you can post (at least once per day frequency is preferred).
I can post once a day and likely more.
I'd like to play in this campaign because of the asian and travel themes, and because yesterday I was building this character and today I found this thread.
Could I roll on the variant aasirmar abilities table from Blood of Angels?
And how exactly would you go about making a "furry propaganda" product?
This book is about lycanthropes. Are they humanoid? Most of the time. Do they have fur? Most of them. Seeing this, I'd say that no matter what, it should be of interest to a furry, without substracting from anyone's fun. Kodyax was kind enough to spread the word, and you seemed unnecesarily hostile.
That said, this book is certainly interesting, and I'll see if I can come up with something to pledge.
Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
Actually, paladin spells are based on charisma.
I have a question about the Army of the Dead ability of the corpse mage pale road. At 12th level you can have a skeletal champion cohort 2 levels lower than normal. The skeletal champion adds 2 racial undead HD to his class HD. If the skeletal champion is a 10th antipaladin with two undead HD, does it count as a 12th level cohort or a 14th level cohort?
3.5 Loyalist wrote:
The left one is the Mage Hawke from Dragon Age 2, with his champion mage armor... and that is neither a sword nor a spear. It's a magic staff.
We always sold the weapons, armor and shields nobody wanted, as well as the jewelry and gems when we could. Then the players would make their requests and if all agreed, and there was enough gp, the purchases where made. If we were short on gp, we either waited until we got more loot, or we agreed to sell miscellaneous equipment to aquire the funds.
In my old online group we always put all the loot in the "party wealth". If someone needed anything from the "party wealth" and nobody else wanted it, they took it. If two or more people wanted an item, it went to the one who could use it better. Once in a while we checked that everyone had roughly the same wealth, and if someone had less, they got first dibs on the next loot. Tha "party wealth" was used to pay for group wands, scrolls, potions, etc. and for raising fallen party members from the dead.
What do you think of this method?
I seem to remember that the elves imported Calistria's worship form Castrovel, so she would be a native. There are also the other three gods form the elven pantheon: Ketephys (god of the hunt, whose companions are a hawk and a dog, animals that should be on Castrovel), Yuelral the Wise (godess of magic and crystals) and Findeladlara (godess of art and architecture).
I'm not talking about the undead thing. In part because I like non-evil undead, in part because I like that Golarion's undead are evil to the ectoplasm and in part because I love Pharasma (my very first Pathfinder character was a varisian cleric of Pharasma/loremaster that was part of the Pathfinder Society) and I disagree with anything that makes her any less powerful than she should be.
That was happening long before Aroden died. The Astradaemons specialize in snatching souls from the River of Souls, and I don't exactly remember, but I think there is a type of psychopomp that guards the River of Souls against the depredations of other outsiders.
Generic Villain wrote:
So you are complaining for the sake of complaining? I thought if you posted something in a public messageboard was because you wanted to convey your opinion to the other users.
And as I understand this AP, it's not so much "ancient evils returning" as it is "if someday this few evil wizards come back we should be prepared".
I don't get why they should be more connected. You are searching for lost artifacts that where scattered in ancient times and that's that. Not all has to be conspirations to comit genocide or ancient evils returning.
And why not male players too?
The bald Triaxan is a dragonrider of the Skyfire Mandate. The "battleflowers" or Ukara are from the Immortal Suzerainty of Ning.
That could also be read as:
Organization solitary, pair, or group (1d10+2)
I made my first post December 2009, and in spite of not posting assiduously, I've checked the boards nearly daily.
I agree. I much prefer the bear to the chikensnake thing.