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It's treated as a masterwork dagger for combat purposes. I don't see why you couldn't. Cut sticky sheet metal with adamantine shears to your heart's content.
The bronze skinning knife however I would say could not be made with other materials, simply because it specifically says it's not meant for combat in any way. Plus, it also specifically says it's made of bronze. That one's more on GM preference than anything.
As far as I've heard, there'll be arcane discoveries in the Magic Tactics Toolbox coming out later this year.
Matrix Dragon wrote:
A ninja with ki and spells? Pretty sure they have a major series in Japan devoted to that. :v
Purple Dragon Knight wrote:
Just saying, if you're going to make adamantine fantastically expensive and rare in your home game, it'd better do something amazing beyond passing through some hardness and being hard itself.
Not disagreeing with you, but lightsabers do exist in Pathfinder now. Look up the plasma blade from AP #100. >.>
Flying Pincushion Games wrote:
Umbra is indeed Latin, but each of the core elements (Geo, Aero, Pyro, Hydro/Cryo, Tele; plus Phyto and Chao) uses the Greek root word, and even kinetic is Greek.
Based on a quick Google Translate search, the word for shadow or darkness in Greek is skiá (skee-AH). So something along the lines of skiákineticist.
Flying Pincushion Games wrote:
Sweet, glad to hear it. I'm a huge Golden Sun fan, so being able to mix and match melee and ranged elemental attacks will be awesome.
Also, on the shadow kineticists, try and keep to the Greek naming theme, although I'm not sure what the Greek root word for shadow or darkness would be.
My Self wrote:
Just putting this out there: The Samurai's Weapon Expertise class feature is NOT Fighter Weapon Training and would not qualify you for Advanced Weapon Training. It only says that you count as a fighter for fighter-related feats.
Just saying, the average European longsword was about 2 1/2-4 lbs. Aside from the obvious strength training issues, real life swords are objectively not as heavy as fantasy makes them out to be. I do agree that a real life longsword is much closer to PF's bastard sword, though.
rogue talent (ninja trick(unarmed combat training)) followed by rogue talent (combat trick (parylizing strike))?
Considering Paralyzing Strike requires BAB +14, it'd literally be easier for him to just take it as his 19th level feat, which is why I'm sure he was looking for a rogue talent to get it early.
Less went there, and more like "They're native to there." They really are just planar dragons except on the 'esoteric' planes. Astral dragons on the Astral plane, Etheric dragons on the Etheric plane, and Dream and Nightmare dragons in the Dimension of Dreams. Occult dragons are the only ones you can find roaming around pretty much anywhere there is occult and esoteric knowledge to be found. And yes, they all use psychic magic.
Mark Seifter wrote:
Certainly waiting on a high level pyrokineticist and hydrokineticist monster. ;)
Also had a bit of a flashback when I saw the anemos, since in Golden Sun, the original civilization of the psychic air-users was called the Anemos. Golden Sun's adepts have a lot in common with kineticists.
Mark Seifter wrote:
Surprised you didn't write the glaistig too. I had to do a double-take when I saw "terrakinesis", which didn't make sense until I saw the "combination of earth and plants". Shame you couldn't have used the wood element from the campaign setting.
Probably won't be in this product, but I'd like to see more bloodrager bloodlines, especially starsoul, boreal, and stormborn.
Seconded, despite the complaints of power creep. Considering if bloodragers had the APG bloodlines, Crowe, the iconic bloodrager would actually be stormborn and not elemental (air).
but so if i prepare it as empowered sence i dont cast spontaniously it would come back as empowered.
Correct. If you were to prepare your shocking grasp as empowered and then use Spell Recall to recall it, it would cost you 3 arcane pool points (Or less, if you have Magical Lineage or something related) and come back as an empowered shocking grasp.
Just saying, your examples are similar but different to what the OP is asking. You would be better off asking that in the rules forum.
That's what my post is implying. His shocking grasp would not be recalled as another empowered shocking grasp because Spell Recall, at least to my RAI reading, brings back a spell as it was initially prepared. Otherwise you could use your once-a-day Empower Arcana and continuously use Spell Recall to recall the empowered spell until you run out of arcane pool points.
In any case, this is more of a rules question than true advice, so I'm flagging the OP's post for a change of board.
Brother Fen wrote:
I am advocating a long bamboo stick with which to hit whiny players upon the head. All it takes is a swift "whack" and a reminder. "Stop whining and be more creative."
I'm sorry, but we're not dogs that a GM needs to "break". If anyone hit me with a stick and ordered me to "Get more creative" I'd very swiftly convince everyone to leave.