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Silver Crusade

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
If you play a spellcaster with a goat for a familiar, do the jokes really write themselves?
Yes. and they're all Baaaaaaaaad.

Ey! Let James answer the questions! :P

On that note, here's another elf question for James, the elfxpert. Bastards of Golarion established the premise of spireborn half-elves, whose elven parents hail from the Mordant Spire, usually born of human women whose fathers spirit them away shortly after they're born to be raised at the Mordant Spire. It has also been established in Second Darkness that the Mordant Spire elves do keep in touch with other elven communities, most notably Kyonin and the Mierani Forest enclave in Varisia, and in other sources I can't remember that they have diplomatic relations with the Pathfinder Society to grant permission to access Azlanti ruins and stuff. My question is this: would the Mordant Spire elves trust a spireborn half-elf with the task of being an envoy/liaison to these communities and organizations due to the more diplomatic nature of half-elves, or would they more likely send a full-blooded Mordant Spire elf as their representative?

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Bandw2 wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
It's not really the mechanical aspects that I was worried about so much as the verisimilitude, honestly. I've seen Warhammer models that have a halberd plus shield combo, but we all know how over-the-top gonzo Warhammer is. Plus, I want to make sure I actually LOOK the part of a halberdier, and not wear anachronistic armor like scale mail (the time-frame of scale's heyday was when spears were the norm, and halberds hadn't really been invented yet, if memory serves).

by historical are you talking about Swiss Mercenaries than eventually became the Swiss Guard? They were so effective that eventually they were just bought by the Vatican to serve as a personal military force for the Vatican. which of course at the time was basically the richest organization in Europe.

In which case you'd probably wear half-plate or a breastplate and include a helmet.

They were certainly part of my inspiration, yes.

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If you play a spellcaster with a goat for a familiar, do the jokes really write themselves?

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It's not really the mechanical aspects that I was worried about so much as the verisimilitude, honestly. I've seen Warhammer models that have a halberd plus shield combo, but we all know how over-the-top gonzo Warhammer is. Plus, I want to make sure I actually LOOK the part of a halberdier, and not wear anachronistic armor like scale mail (the time-frame of scale's heyday was when spears were the norm, and halberds hadn't really been invented yet, if memory serves).

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Shield Brace allows you to use a two-handed weapon sized appropriately for you from the Polearm or Spears weapon group while also using a light, heavy or tower shield with which you are proficient, applying your shield's armor check penalty to attacks made with the weapon.

To take it, you need the Shield Focus feat and either have a base attack bonus of +3 or be a level 1 fighter, and be proficient with at least some type of shield besides bucklers.

Silver Crusade

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There's several options that allow a character to wield a halberd with a shield, like the Phalanx Fighter archetype or the Shield Brace feat. And while I've seen art depicting people wielding this combination, I have to ask, does it make sense? From what I understand, using a halberd in combat was basically an evolution of quarterstaff fighting, which required two hands. Part of me feels like using a halberd with a shield would basically make it a glorified battle-axe, or a glorified spear, rendering the halberd's versatility moot.

Any more historically-minded Paizonians wanna chime in about this? I get that it's a fantasy game, and part of me feels like it'd be cool, but part of me feels like it's badwrongfun...

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I'd like to add that my character is the OP, in the interest of transparency. I had her all set up for Salsa's recent recruitment and she wasn't selected in the end. I just really want to use her in Jade Regent and not have her go to waste...

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What's better, the halberd or the longspear?

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So we gotta BEAT IT! Before he sets loose THE MARMOSETS ON US!! Don't worry little missy! I'LL SAVE YOU!

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Crystal, if I'M the Keeper of the Cheese, then who's the Lemon Merchant?!

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How come Hongal hasn't built a massive horde and swept up Lung Wa's successor states into an empire of its own and then rampaged through Casmaron and Iobarian to threaten Avistan the way their historical counterparts, the Mongols, did?

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This does not diminish my desire to play it!

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A spoilery question:

PC Origins?:
Correct me if I'm wrong, but does Book 2 imply the PCs origins in Lowls' service were that they were sold to him as slaves? Would this make a good way to justify PCs of unusual races, like kobolds or drow? Just curious, obviously they'd have to deal with the repercussions of their species in the outside world.

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Imbicatus wrote:
The best option for a pollaxe as described in the Talhoffer manuals is a Dwarven Urgosh. The spear end is the butt spike and the axe is the main head of the weapon.

Talhoffer manuals? *blinkblink*

Please elaborate! :)

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53. Just you wait...

54. Wait for it...

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Or I could take Weapon Focus and then Weapon Versatility so I don't have to house-rule?

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What's the best polearm to simulate the medieval pollaxe? The halberd? The horsechopper? The Lucerne hammer? I'm not sure.

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Why do aboleths do what they do, anyway? What was the point of raising Azlant up in the first place?

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I am quite interested! Most interested in a half-orc Urban Bloodrager!

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Why are some people so intent on holding others back from achieving the safety and happiness everyone deserves, instead of focusing on improving their own lives? It feels like a lot of people are willing to make themselves miserable because they can't bear the idea of "THOSE people" just living life like most people want to.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Pastries are more of a halfling delicacy. Elves can kick ass, of course, as pastry chefs, but it's not a type of food they're traditionally known for.

I kind of thought as much. Halflings are all about "comfort food," I bet.

Cole Deschain wrote:
What are elves known for, kitchenwise? Salads? Wines?

Darnit, Cole Deschain, ya stole my next question! :P

Okay, new question! Um...uh...Oh, I know! Do the Mordant Spire elves have any different naming conventions compared to those of normal elves? Is there a noticeable Azlanti influence on Mordant Spire elf names?

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What kinds of pastries do elves make best (and no, I'm NOT making a Keebler elf joke!)?

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Crystal Frasier wrote:
I think the real question here is, do you want tusks, or do you want to spend the entire campaign knowing you could've had tusks if you'd just tried harder.
A brief how-to. ^_^

Thanks, Kalindlara! I'll keep that in mind.

Question, Crystal. What's the cooler weapon for a knight: longsword or greatsword?

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What's cooler for a knight? A longsword or a greatsword?

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I LOVE this book and everything in it! Paladin codes for minor gods?! Archetypes that let you pick obedience tracks besides Evangelist without giving up stuff like spellcasting (especially for warpriests)?! Apocrypha and heresies?! SOLD! Thank all of you writers and devs for this amazing book, THANK YOU! :D

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If a Tian/Ulfen human named Tokimune were traveling in disguise as an Ulfen mercenary, would Palnatoke make for a good alias?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
What do you write as your ethnicity if you're playing a Brevic human? What's written in its history and stuff seems to say "It's a nameless blend of Taldan, Kellid and Iobarian," but that's kind of a lot to write on a character sheet?
Pick which one of the three appeals to you the most.

Well, I'm trying to go for as Brevic as Brevoy can be. Should I just forget ethnicity and say "human?"

Silver Crusade

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What do you write as your ethnicity if you're playing a Brevic human? What's written in its history and stuff seems to say "It's a nameless blend of Taldan, Kellid and Iobarian," but that's kind of a lot to write on a character sheet?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
It's normal that trying to perceive the nuances of a given situation or work rather than automatically categorizing them into "good" or "bad" and that acknowledging something you enjoy has problems and yet you enjoy it while others do not due to the same problems is not an indictment of your character makes a person feel queasy and disoriented, right? It's supposed to make you feel that way?
The vagaries of that question make it tricky and difficult to answer.
Would clarifying it with something like bullet-points help? Re-reading it I realize it may be more like a set of questions.
It can't hurt, as could re-posting it grammatically correct so it's not a confusing run-on sentence. As written, it doesn't make sense to me.

Alright let me try again:

Is it normal to feel queasy and disoriented when you're trying to:

A. View a situation or artistic work's nuances and flaws instead of instinctively categorizing it as either "good" or "bad?"

B. Wrapping your head around the idea that you can like a work of fiction or fictional character another person dislikes is fine and neither of you are bad people?

C. Trying to reconcile the idea that acknowledging a work's flaws or problematic elements and enjoying it still is not hypocrisy not an indictment of one's personal character?

Does that make more sense?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
It's normal that trying to perceive the nuances of a given situation or work rather than automatically categorizing them into "good" or "bad" and that acknowledging something you enjoy has problems and yet you enjoy it while others do not due to the same problems is not an indictment of your character makes a person feel queasy and disoriented, right? It's supposed to make you feel that way?
The vagaries of that question make it tricky and difficult to answer.

Would clarifying it with something like bullet-points help? Re-reading it I realize it may be more like a set of questions.

Silver Crusade

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It's normal that trying to perceive the nuances of a given situation or work rather than automatically categorizing them into "good" or "bad" and that acknowledging something you enjoy has problems and yet you enjoy it while others do not due to the same problems is not an indictment of your character makes a person feel queasy and disoriented, right? It's supposed to make you feel that way?

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I couldn't think of a snappy title.

Kingmaker basically assumes that the realm the PCs will found over the course of the Adventure Path is a hereditary monarchy like the majority of kingdoms we think of when we think of the Middle Ages, like England around 1066 in real life, or Westeros in fiction. But the average Pathfinder player is pretty darn imaginative, so I imagine many of us have thought outside that rather narrow box.

So! Have any of your PCs formed realms that operate by different setups? Mercantile republics like Venice or Novgorod? Constitutional monarchies like the modern UK? Liberal democracies like Andoran in Pathfinder? Theocracies? Magocracies?

And on a related note, how have GMs of Kingmaker handled players who have different ideas on how to set their realm up, like someone wanting a democracy while another wants kings? How did you and your players decide what a nation means in your Kingmaker game (James Joyce's Ulysses reference!)?

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If one's playing something like Kingmaker, is there a way the ruler can promote reform in things like education, religion, architecture and the arts if they lack the necessary skills to oversee something like that personally? I'm interested in playing a sort of Charlemagne or Justinian-style figure, but I worry that if I play a paladin like I want to, I'll basically run into things like:

"How can you write a series of essays defending your legal reforms, you don't have any ranks in Artistry, and furthermore, how are you smart enough to MAKE those legal reforms in the first place, because you spent your two skill points on Ride and Handle Animal?!"

"How can you pioneer new architectural styles, Knowledge (engineering) isn't a class skill for you?!"

"How can you propose economic reforms, you don't have any ranks in Appraise?!"

"How can you promote the building of new churches and revised editions of your god's holy book? You don't have any ranks in Knowledge (religion) since you spent your two skill points on Diplomacy and Sense Motive!"

It feels like if you want to be a reforming sort of ruler, you're locked into picking classes that either have a lot of skill points to spend like a rogue or investigator, or play as a class that benefits from having a high enough Intelligence that such things don't matter, like a wizard.

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May I have a compliment, please? I feel like I could use one right about now...

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Have you ever imagined something that grossed you out and made you go "Why the @#$% did you imagine that, brain?! That's awful!"

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I'm back from Ireland, so I'm going to get started updating Syeira to your specifications and answering your questions!

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Kind of an odd question, but one that's been bugging me for a day or two.

The fauchard was introduced way back in the Adventurer's Armory. A majority of other weapons that were introduced in that book would later be updated and appear in the Advanced Player's Guide and Ultimate Equipment. The fauchard was...not, along with some other weapons like the flambard. Plus, no enemy/NPC in any module or Adventure Path volume released since then seems to use one. So...given how the Adventurer's Armory was basically outmoded, and appears to be all but forgotten by the devs, is the fauchard still "legit" to use in modern Pathfinder? Is using it "cheating" like using an exploit in an MMO before it's patched out? It has a reputation around here as one of the best polearms available, but other polearms were updated and others have been introduced since then. Where does that leave the fauchard?

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EldonG wrote:
Nefreet wrote:
Most Dwarves are generally Lawful, worship gods of creation, and rarely dabble in arcane magic. My Dwarf Magus is Chaotic and reveres Rovagug. He takes every opportunity he can to curse the gods, and whenever anybody assumes he's "just another average dwarf" he turns his insults to them =)
Cool...I'm going to run a dwarf wizard someday...one that's also a weaponsmith, and makes enchanted weapons for a living...and thinks of himself as a wandering merchant.

I'm playing a dwarf wizard right now! She's a pedantic, short-tempered snot who tends to get exasperated over the halfling bard's malapropisms and good-natured teasing. And she prefers glaives to axes and hammers! :D

Something I've always wanted to play is an elf...who was raised by dwarves! Wears heavy armor, is lawful, the whole shebang! And then a dwarf who prefers to live like an elf! If there's one thing I freakin' LOVE it's character concepts that turn expectations on their heads!

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What was up with that waitress in the restaurant scene of Five Easy Pieces? As someone who works in customer service, that scene always make me cringe because it's like she ignores the first tenet of working any CS job: "Always attempt to accommodate the customer's needs!"

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I'm stuck trying to decide on a race for a Giantslayer character. Should I go with a dwarf, which has a stronger connection to some of the history and natural advantages against the titular enemies even though they're pretty rare in Trunau and, at least from your perspective, less interesting? Or a half-orc, which requires less explaining as they're a sizable minority in Trunau and have stronger connections with the opening part of the campaign, but who would probably offend dwarven PCs or NPCs if they touched dwarven stuff?

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James Jacobs wrote:
MeanDM wrote:

Hi James,

Hope you took some relaxing time to yourself over the holiday weekend.

My questions:

Since we have both Skum and Deep Ones in Pathfinder, and I think, (but please correct me if I am wrong) Skum were earlier edition's answer to Deep Ones, how do you see them interacting since we have both in Golarion? As foes? Allies? Competitors for the favor of the Great Old Ones?

Thanks for your answers and dedication to this thread!

They'd interact as foes. Culturally, I see deep ones being FAR more religious with more divine spellcasters among their kind, and the skum should have more fighters and martial characters and if they go spellcasting, should probably go as wizards.

Skum, as agents of the aboleths, who are anti-faith and anti-religion, should skew toward atheism and the like themselves. Whereas deep ones should be VERY religious, with their own most powerful members gaining the ability to grant spells. That difference in and of itself should be more than enough to set the two races at odds.

In time, I'd love to skew skum as more of an underground race and have deep ones be the surface ocean race.

Carrion Crown SPOILERS!:
So does that mean the Dagon-worshiping skum in Wake of the Watcher are heretics or something, as Illmarsh is basically Innsmouth? Or would it be better for GMs to swap them for genuine Deep Ones now that they're here?
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I thought a polearm was a polearm, and didn't realize there were multiple ways to judge them. The general consensus on the Advice board seems to be that polearms are the superior melee weapons, and thus I wanted to figure out what the most powerful polearm was to play THE ULTIMATE MELEE WARRIOR!!!

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Which polearm is best polearm?

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Does Alkenstar have their own gun-makers outside of Dongun Hold itself, or are their guns exclusively Dongun Hold imports? Also, it's well-known that they guard the secrets of manufacturing these things well to maintain a monopoly on their sale...but how do they react to one of their own doing a firearm start-up in another land? Would they send assassins after such an entrepreneur or would giving Alkenstar and Dongun hold a cut mollify them, the character considering that a small price to pay for the opportunity to modernize a nation's army with mass-produced firearms?

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In the last major campaign I played in, the DM had the three most powerful Solars in the setting (named Faith, Hope and Charity) descend from Heaven to personally resurrect my paladin with the AHNOLD voice after I stupidly tried to take on a fire giant prince in single combat! He also became essentially the Pope of his church (all the others in the chain of command had died fighting the robotic invasion from the Underdark), recieved a relic pair of six-shooters that he wore in his belt (didn't have a feat to wield them with), and he was fully intended to become an Obi-Wan style ghost in the sequel campaign, but it never got off the ground.

His companions included:

A kobold werewolf sorcerer with a penchant for taking the ears of his slain enemies as trophies, who became a GOD at the end of the campaign.

An elf bard who was actually from the technologically advanced past who'd gotten amnesia after surviving the apocalypse in cryogenic stasis Fallout-4-style.

A druid who somehow had a vast knowledge of economics who always negotiated the party's finances after he sicced a horde of bears at our problems.

And a halfling treehugger (custom class) who singlehandedly changed the course of the campaign AND THE GM'S ENTIRE SETTING by triggering a third Chernobyl meltdown that destroyed the invading hobgoblin horde, two major kingdoms, and managed to tick off BOTH nature gods and just about got the party and himself killed when he approached a roving herd of elephants with the intention to tame one to use as a mount, and we tried to save him from the stampede he triggered instead, finally sacrificing his life to spy on the Underdark robots.

Our campaign was WEIRD!

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As the title suggests, there will be spoilers.

The PCs in Giantslayer obtain a LOT of capital-A Artifacts during the course of the campaign. Generally these work best for specialized PCs, like the Drakesbane Horn working best in the hands of a bard, and Heartspit being wielded by a PC who has Nagrym's Steel Hand, since they're acquired together.

What should be done if multiple PCs covet the same artifact? Say a half-orc spear fighter wants Nargrym's Steel Hand to wield Heartspit, but a dwarf PC wants them because they're DWARVEN treasures? What if there's a bard AND skald who BOTH want the Drakesbane Horn? What happens to Agrimmosh when a hammer-wielding PC gets the Hammer of Thunderbolts? What if the PC with Nargrym's Steel Hand decides they want the Hammer of Thunderbolts, since the Hand lets them wield it one-handed, while the Agrimmosh-wielding player wants it because it's a hammer like they've specialized in since they got Agrimmosh back in the first adventure? What about the person who plays a wizard and can't use ANY of these artifacts? How do you prevent PCs from fighting over the artifacts?

In my experience, there's usually either a central artifact that's "shared" by the party (the Sihedron in Shattered Star is a prime example), or there's a hard limit of one artifact per person so no one feels left out (which Heartspit and the Hammer of Thunderbolts complicates as they're both Large weapons which would benefit from Nargrym's Steel Hand). When there's this many specialized artifacts at once, I'm not certain how they'd get distributed without some degree of meta gaming.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
I'm stuck trying to decide on a race for a Giantslayer character. Should I go with a dwarf, which has a stronger connection to some of the history and natural advantages against the titular enemies even though they're pretty rare in Truneau and, at least from your perspective, less interesting? Or a half-orc, which requires less explaining as they're a sizable minority in Truneau and have stronger connections with the opening part of the campaign, but who would probably offend dwarven PCs or NPCs if they touched dwarven stuff?

Eew. Never dwarf.

Go human or elf. MAYBE half-elf. Or if you can get away with it, aasimar or tiefling.

Wouldn't they have the same issues as the half-orc when it comes to...

Giantslayer SPOILERS!:
...appropriating dwarven and giant artifacts like Nargrym's Steel Hand or the Hammer of Thunderbolts?
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I'm afraid that despite my strong interest, I'm going to have to let this one go. I won't be back from Ireland until the day of the deadline, meaning I won't have the time or resources to get a character sheet ready in time. Oh well...FEE FIE FO FUM, ALL YOU OTHER APPLICANTS HAVE FUN!

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I'm stuck trying to decide on a race for a Giantslayer character. Should I go with a dwarf, which has a stronger connection to some of the history and natural advantages against the titular enemies even though they're pretty rare in Truneau and, at least from your perspective, less interesting? Or a half-orc, which requires less explaining as they're a sizable minority in Truneau and have stronger connections with the opening part of the campaign, but who would probably offend dwarven PCs or NPCs if they touched dwarven stuff?

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Verily interested though I'm overseas in Ireland at the nomen and don't have full pcharacter creating/posting capabilities for about a week. How long is the recruitment running for?

Interested either in playing a dwarf or maybe a dwarf-adopted half-orc son/daughter of Truneau, either as a bloodrager or skald...

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