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James Jacobs wrote:
Salt, I guess.

Essential saltes? :P

Do worms that walk ever disguise themselves with the skin of a victim to pass as human? I kinda got the itch to create a villain like that after reading Emily Carroll's Through The Woods collection.

tlktlktlktlktlktlk...

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Do you have an opinion of any sort regarding the various Warhammer settings?

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Just got my copy of In Hell's Bright Shadow and I wanna say this:

Pure unadulterated gushing ahead, you have been warned!:
EHR! MAGERD! This is so incredibly awesome! You really made Kintargo a place a PC can care about, and your characterizations of the NPCs are beautiful! Even Barzilli Thrune, a real rotter! You made him someone I think even the most Lawful PC think, "yeah, this guy's a real piece o' s%&%!" I totally imagine him doing something like eating roasted ravens just to spite the PCs, telling his aide they taste like chicken or something with a disdainful sneer! Thank you for this awesome start to an awesome AP!

What's your next big project? :)

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Another factor I plan on using is the Bladebound magus archetype, specifically flavoring it as having him uncover the infamous Hellfire Redeemer described in Cheliax: Empire of Devils. To wield that sword is to truck with the forces of Hell.

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Potential Curse of the Crimson Throne Spoilers!:

Asking more for your opinion as a GM than as Creative Director:

1. After the end of the AP, would Serithtial be willing to let its wielder remain in Korvosa and serve as his/her blade, or would it urge its wielder to begin questing for the other pieces of Kazavon to try and destroy them, meaning if the wielder had other plans the best course would be to pass Serithtial on to a new wielder?

2. If a PC in possession of Mandraivus' celestial half-plate armor (described in Skeletons of Scarwall as bearing Lastwall iconography) were to take it to a smith and say "Hey, can you replace the Lastwall images here with Korvosan ones, please?" would this act (in your opinion) be disrespectful to Mandraivus' memory? I know there wouldn't really be any mechanical responses, but I'm wondering if a knightly PC should be made to feel guilty about it.

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In the event of porting Shackled City to Golarion, who would Cauldron be a colony of? Cheliax?

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Froth Maw wrote:
A lot of the campaigns I've played in have been evil, and I love Lawful Evil characters, even though I usually play Chaotic Evil. It enforces loyalty to the party even if everyone is a bloodthirsty psycho.

That's actually a big part of what I want to get out of this character, that he's the token "good" teammate out of potentially even nastier PCs.

"Monster? Perhaps, but I am more than that. I'm the leash. My job is to keep these OTHER monsters in line."

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That's sort of what I'm going for. At his core he's a military man and a patriot, and his grandfather told him stories about what Cheliax was like during the civil war, so he's very invested in that not happening again, and he wants the family name to be restored. He hates the dirty work he has to do to get there, but then war and politics are the dirtiest businesses there are, and he'd rather shoulder the guilt himself than allow others to go through it.

That's sort of one reason why I have him against paladins after his brother died. Not just that his own paladin brother died, but he's developed this view that paladins will throw lives away needlessly for the cause of "good," not caring about the collateral damage or the lives they destroy in the process. So instead of taking the "if you wanna make an omelet you have to break some eggs mentality" he's more "You paladins smite without any reflection as to what the consequences are, and the consequences of a revolution is that a lot of you paladins will die, a lot of my soldiers will die, and hundreds more innocents will be caught in the crossfire. I don't want that, so STAND DOWN!"

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Ciaran Barnes wrote:

Compared to neutral, an evil character wouldn't go through emotional turmoil for causing others to suffer. However, if the character is also lawful, those made to suffer must deserve it according whatever constructs he or she uses to justify causing suffering.

Thats one way to play it anyways. If you are intested in bringing your alignment to life then you will need at least the seeds of a back story. Humanize your character.

That, I do have!

Basic concept is this:

Character was born to an honorable military family, and went with his father, older brother and grandfather on campaign during his childhood, becoming a kind of troop mascot. At some point, after his grandfather died, his brother, whom he idolized, became the white sheep of the family and aspired to paladinhood. To avoid scandal, he traveled to the Worldwound to make his mark fighting demons...and ended up dead.

His dad forbade him from following in his brother's footsteps, so he studied arcane magic and became a magus instead. However, his family fortune was spent equipping his brother for the Worldwound campaign, forcing his father to go into debt. He had a grand plan to join the Thrune expedition to the Shackles to claim it for the Empire...until the PCs of Skull and Shackles scuttle that quite effectively.

Now alone, with a mountain of debts to various other houses, he's left alone to try and make his military career, when House Thrune makes him an offer...join a special forces group answering directly to the crown, and he'll be able to work down his debts...maybe even ascend in ranks.

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Really good advice so far, thank you all. I'm beginning to get a picture of the character in my mind.

Something else I'm trying to figure out is how to depict a kind of self-loathing or guilt complex for all the crap House Thrune would presumably put him through. In my experience, tragic or even full-on Byronic characters can be hard to pull off without slipping into Wangst-territory. It's clichéd, I know, but when I think of how he'd respond to the "Why do you serve House Thrune if you hate them and their methods so much?" question would be "It's too late for me." That even after the war debts that he initially went to House Thrune for help to pay off are gone, he's done so much reprehensible stuff that he feels he can't be redeemed no matter how much he'd want it. The problem is how to portray this sense of guilt without sounding melodramatic or whiny, which is a common accusations leveled at such characters. I look at guys like Darth Vader, Macbeth, Raistlin, etc. for inspiration, yet when it comes time to play I'm worried that I'll hear the most dreaded words any villain can hear: "you're pathetic."

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Are you able to tell us where in the Inner Sea region the insane asylum Strange Aeons starts in is?
Ustalav, of course. Where else could it be?

YES!!! Now I'm even MORE excited for it! Thanks, James! :)

How would one "Elven-ize" a name like Lancelot?

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Are you able to tell us where in the Inner Sea region the insane asylum Strange Aeons starts in is?

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Does the Shoanti language have a written form like pictographs or runes or something, or is everything communicated orally?

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I have just started an alignment thread in the Advice board. Forgive me, Chris Lambertz! D:

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With Hell's Vengeance on the horizon, I'm interested in prepping a character to play for it. However, as my username might suggest, I've no real experience playing evil characters. While I do own the Champions of Corruption supplement, I've found that while it's informative as to how evil characters function, it's very basic information, for characters who are clearly evil with little nuance.

I find it hard to figure out where the line between LN and LE can be found. I don't feel comfortable perpetrating clear evil acts like torture or genocide in-game, but I feel like if I can't commit to that, I'm not truly LE, just a LN with evil bosses. And this becomes a problem since from what little info I have, an organization of Paladins is the primary adversary in Hell's Vengeance, and confrontations with them will inevitably bring up the "You're so honorable you could be a paladin, why are you serving House Thrune?" dialogue, coupled with the possibility of redemption.

I like the idea of playing the dark warrior-mage/ruthless tactical genius figure, like Darth Vader or Julius Caesar, but I'm not sure HOW to play it as truly evil if I've got a list of prohibitions/rationalizations like "I don't torture; you don't get information with it because the captive will eventually say anything to make it stop, so it's a waste of my time;" or "I don't toy with defeated foes, I'm not a sadist and a worthy opponent deserves a clean, swift end;" or "I won't bargain with devils; they're deceptive beings who'll twist anything to their advantage and betray you the moment you're no longer useful. I'll rely on my own skill and strength. Besides, I'm bound for Hell anyway."

If I have a character who thinks in these terms, what's to stop him from siding with the Paladins instead? Hell, he could even BE one at that point. What do I do? How do I write this guy's story and personality to work for House Thrune when it's clear that their decadence and sadism disgusts him? Thank you all for your advice regarding this alignment balancing act.

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I was actually originally planning to go Nature Fang anyway. It's just that what I'd been hearing here says it's a terrible trade off without pre-errata Animal Soul to soften the blow.

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Goliath Druid is still about changing shape, though. I wanted to play something more like a druidic version of a paladin. And before people ask "why not just play a paladin?" It's because Wrath of the Righteous has a specific vision of paladin stuff (namely gothic plate and Le Morte D'Arthur) that really doesn't mesh with my idea (namely scale and chain armor and Bernard Cornwell's Warlord Chronicles).

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Aniuś the Talewise wrote:
lucky7 wrote:

1. Really, REALLY scary!

2. Do you know what Warehouse 13 is? If so, SCP is the idea of Warehouse 13 from a scientific perspective, with a darkly comedic twist.

Linky to the relevant one. From here, just browse through as you see fit (Series I, II, and III on the left).

How did this whole thing get started? Who writes this stuff?

I'd read more but i'm currently on a wh40k hyperfocus fix </adhd>

Basically anyone can write an SCP entry, though only really good or interesting ones will make the official lists. AND NO MORE MOVING STATUE ONES, since most of those are essentially re-skins of the already popular and well-written SCP-117.

Now for a question, as a newcomer to 40k. What's a good way to get to know the setting besides the Dawn of War PC games. I have both and understand they're mostly excellent primers to the feel of the setting (Soulstorm excluded), and I've also watched Bruva Alfabusa's hilarious satire of the setting's tropes, "If The Emperor Had A Text-To-Speech Device," but I'm wondering how else I'm able to experience it short of playing the actual wargame, as I don't have the budget for miniatures nor the painting capability to make buying them worth it, and I've heard that the books can be of...wildly divergent degrees of quality.

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Well, that puts a damper on my hopes of playing a melee-oriented druid who uses a sword instead of wildshaping. :(

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I've seen a number of Druid build using the Animal Soul feat to benefit from spells like animal growth and whatnot. Lately though I looked at the feat in Archive of Nethys here.

It's distinctly different from the wording I remember in the Advanced Class guide, which seemed to indicate you could cast these kinds of spells on yourself to benefit from them, whereas the wording in the AoN seems to suggest the feat isn't meant to do that, but rather exclusively effect offensive spells your enemies cast on you that would work on humanoids but not animals, like charm person. Is this an errata I missed somehow? Which is the correct interpretation?

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Puna'chong wrote:

20) A dungeon that's all treasure, high-level magic items, and great loot. It turns to dust when you leave.

HAH!

That's not eccentric! That's just mean! :P

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
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Justin Franklin wrote:
When are we getting Faiths and Pantheons for Golarion? And can you make Erik stat up all the gods in it? ;)

We already did. It's called Inner Sea Gods.

James, which Golarion naming conventions do you think the name "Amhrad" would come from?

Dunno. It's a silly sounding name to me though. Sounds like "I'm Rad."

BUT, when it comes to naming NPCs, I generally just make something up. There's not a "secret document of naming conventions." The closest thing we have to that is what's printed in Inner Sea World Guide.

I see. Does it at least sound better than Athaloric?

Another question for your elfxpertise: where would the largest elven populations be outside Kyonin, the Mierani Forest, the Mordant Spire, The Mwangi Expanse and the shogunate of Jinin?

I like Athaloric better.

Ummmm... probably somewhere in the Crown of the World, the Arcadian Ocean, or Sekamina.

Okay, thanks!

Speaking of Sekamina, are there other major drow settlements besides Zirnakaynen or is it sort of like THE drow city, where virtually Golarion's entire drow population calls it home?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
When are we getting Faiths and Pantheons for Golarion? And can you make Erik stat up all the gods in it? ;)

We already did. It's called Inner Sea Gods.

James, which Golarion naming conventions do you think the name "Amhrad" would come from?

Dunno. It's a silly sounding name to me though. Sounds like "I'm Rad."

BUT, when it comes to naming NPCs, I generally just make something up. There's not a "secret document of naming conventions." The closest thing we have to that is what's printed in Inner Sea World Guide.

I see. Does it at least sound better than Athaloric?

Another question for your elfxpertise: where would the largest elven populations be outside Kyonin, the Mierani Forest, the Mordant Spire, The Mwangi Expanse and the shogunate of Jinin?

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DoubleGold wrote:
Thanks, but Asmodeus is a Lawful Evil deity. I'm not only trying to work out how and why a Tiefling would be there, which makes perfect sense given the deity, but to explain why he isn't evil.

Asmodeus may have a large temple in Korvosa, but so do Abadar, Sarenrae and Pharasma. Plus there's Korvosa's ecumenical cathedral, the Pantheon of the Many.

Maybe your non-evil tiefling was born to Acadamae security guards (being a wizard school with a strong focus on devil-binding Conjuration specialists, they employ an all-tiefling private guard on school grounds) who didn't want to spend his life cooped up in the college, looked down on by the snobby rich human students. Maybe he did want to work security, but Gaedren Lamm got him fired.

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Justin Franklin wrote:
When are we getting Faiths and Pantheons for Golarion? And can you make Erik stat up all the gods in it? ;)

We already did. It's called Inner Sea Gods.

James, which Golarion naming conventions do you think the name "Amhrad" would come from?

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Supplementary question:

Which do you think pairs better with the last name "Dziergas?"

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Which sounds better to you:

Athaloric or Amhrad?

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It was Fallout: New Vegas that actually persuaded me to drink soda for the first time in over 20 years, so my favorite will always be a good ol'-fashioned sarsaparilla.

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Thanks for the detailed response!

Potentially Moar Spoilers!:
1. What happens if a Winter Witch PC takes Irrisen's throne at the end? My impression was that the question of whether Baba Yaga came back at the end of their reign was largely due to the possibility that they're the first Irriseni ruler not of Baba Yaga's bloodline, so as to add to the suspense. If the PC who takes the throne IS a Winter Witch, however, aren't they related to Baba Yaga even if only distantly, thus guaranteeing that Baba Yaga could still steal their soul for power?

2. What happens to Anastasia if a Winter Witch PC takes the throne of Irrisen? The last two books strongly imply she's sort of the default choice for the throne assuming none of the PCs want it. If a PC takes the throne, however, she's essentially stuck on Golarion with no real purpose.

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Renegadeshepherd wrote:
Be a half elf

More specifically a half-elf with the Ancestral Arms racial trait.

Alternatively, see if you can locate a trait that grants proficiency in a martial weapon. I think there's at least one.

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
I don't get it—is Zousha giving us the political segment, or was that the weather?

IT CANNOT BE BOTH?!

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Spiders are cute. <.<

What would you say your favorite part of Golarion to write about is?

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We are the sons of a new millennium! Let the revolution begin! So watch tonight the storm will come, as we are born again!

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Where the heck did the phrase/chant "Mahoia Bonaven" come from and why is it associated with alignment threads?

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Where would you say the "scariness" in Lovecraftian fiction comes from? The being ripped from one's comfort zone/world into a terrifying new reality? The sense of being so small and insignificant compared to beings like the Great Old Ones? The idea that "it's not what the monsters are that's scary, what's scary is that they're there, or more accurately that they were there the whole time and it's only through merciful luck that we hadn't noticed each other?"

I'm trying to explain this sorta stuff to a friend who thinks Lovecraft is "interesting, but not scary."

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Is this bee high-five among the most adorable things you've ever seen?
Nope.

Then what is, if you don't mind me asking?

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Is this bee high-five among the most adorable things you've ever seen?

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Charon's Little Helper wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
graystone wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

So...from what I understand Slashing Grace now requires you to keep your other hand free to benefit from it?

Darnit now I can't play sword-and-dagger characters like Valeros! :(

Not just free but unoccupied and only one weapon. No torch, bite, ect. Disarmed and you have to draw another weapon and no dex to damage that round.
...Why?!

Because dex-to-damage TWF is OP. And you can always make them a rogue - though it'd be awhile before you'd get dex-to-damage with both. (Yes. Yes it is OP. Only reason it isn't OP for Urogues is that the rest of the class is meh. I've already seen several high level builds which do take a 3-4 rogue dip. It says something about an ability when someone is willing to dip 3 levels almost entirely for said ability.)

Of note - you can use a buckler in your off-hand (technically off-arm - hand free). This is likely due to the 3.0 rules people not knowing anything about bucklers and realizing that they were held in hand - and us getting rules descended from them.

But - there ya' go. You can still wield a buckler with Slashing Grace.

I'm confused. I'm trying to find a way to replicate this gentleman in blue using the Vanguard Slayer. The shield just looks too small from where I'm sitting to be a Light Shield, so I assumed it'd be a buckler, and if I'm using a chain shirt like he is, then I would by necessity need high DEX, which means Weapon Finesse is mandatory. I'm not sure what I'm doing. :(

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graystone wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

So...from what I understand Slashing Grace now requires you to keep your other hand free to benefit from it?

Darnit now I can't play sword-and-dagger characters like Valeros! :(

Not just free but unoccupied and only one weapon. No torch, bite, ect. Disarmed and you have to draw another weapon and no dex to damage that round.

...Why?!

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So...from what I understand Slashing Grace now requires you to keep your other hand free to benefit from it?

Darnit now I can't play sword-and-dagger characters like Valeros! :(

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Do Spaghettios really contain fun in every bite?

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"This sucks, I'm gonna go smoke a beer!"

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Just heard this from my brother:

"To those new in the audience, I'm not just strangling an octopus."

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FLite wrote:

My current Synthesist is Golux, based on James Thurbers 13 clocks. He is a small man with an indescribable hat, and a very describable beard (Wayang. I'm not 100% sure the beard is kosher, but I haven't found anything saying they can't have them.)

His Eidolon is the Todal, a blob of glup that looks like it has been dead a dozen weeks, and makes a sound like rabbits screaming. (Protean) (It should probably be a devil, given that in the original story the Todal is an agent of the the devil sent to punish evildoers for having done less evil than they should, but protean gives me more flexibility, and this creature needs it.)

So far the Todal's signature move is "the todal bites the creature as it approaches,(Reach, bite, grab) yanks it into the air, tosses it like a rat, and then grabs it again with it's tail, choking it. (tail, grab)"

I plan to run it up the final embrace line of feats to make it (with flying), (Reach, Bite, Grab, Constrict x2, Bite, Grab, Constrict x2, tail slap, grab, constrict x2, drop 10 ft.)

"En garde, you musty sofa!"

My main idea for a Summoner's generally been to use the forbidden Synthesist to play a spirit of justice inhabiting a person, like (G$!%+@MIT) Anders from Dragon Age II.

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Crystal Frasier wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
What about ball pythons? How's their poetry?
They do this crazy beat poetry thing, man, with drums and long pauses. It's pretty groovy.

Yep, that sounds like my brother's ball python. He's so chill. XD

Where is this Harrowed Mesmerist I'm hearing about? Is it a preview for Occult Origins or something?

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What about ball pythons? How's their poetry?

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Crystal, how can some people be so boneheaded about the things going on in the world? How many times have I got to say to my friend, "No! President Obama is not a criminal trying to shame you for being white and emasculating you through gun control! Do you not realize how little sense you're making?!" I don't want to cut him from my life (or the Rise of the Runelords game we're in together) but it's getting aggravating to try and talk to him OOC without bringing charts he'll contradict and articles he won't read.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Odd question involving Mass Effect: Should I make my commander Shepard black-haired or dishwater blonde?
Black-haired.

Thanks! :)

Which Inner Sea nation has the best pants? Like, if my character wanted the best pair of pants possible, where would he/she shop for them?

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I'm playing Mass Effect. Should I make my Shepard black-haired or blonde?

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Odd question involving Mass Effect: Should I make my commander Shepard black-haired or dishwater blonde?

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