Looks like someone is a fan of The Dark Crystal
Captain Marsh wrote:
That does not make you better than some of the other posters here.
You are one of many who do buy hundreds of dollars worth of books and other products from the company every year.
Your voice has equal weight to every other PF customer on this messageboard.
True, PFO is making some anxious.
But they would not have gone ahead with it without doing research and feedback from the community.
You may hate it, others might my like it.
I rather enjoyed seeing the effect of your choices impacting the player in the fable games, and the glowing markings
I have to agree with Valkenr, in that lore friendly ranges are a higher priority then full range.Though I think adding tan lines would be asking to much at this point as it would require programming a tanning sub-system, and it'd put restrictions on armour and clothing designes.
did you do any searches on this topic?
They are not proficient in all martial weapons?,
Using anime and a few movies here
Barbarian: Guts from Berserk, Orson from Record of Lodoss
Joseph Wilson wrote:
Question is how do you flag a review?
Looks like their is support for different methods of sorting.
Great,Now that I know they are shipping,
I'll be check my e-mail box every hour.
Edit: scratch that, every 10 minutes
The question: Is climate change real?
The planet has gone through numerous climate shifts since it was formed.
The Ice age that killed the Dino's was the result of a Meteor hitting the earth somewhere on South America's northern coastline.
Has the earth been heating up since the 1900's yes and no,
The climate follows cycles and his a complex interconnected system.
Dark Sasha wrote:
And we had to Deal with THAC0, weapon and non-weapon proficiencies, dual classing, races as classes(Elves and dwarves), each class advancing at different rates, and crazy charts for each of our 5 saving throws.youngins these days don't know how good they have it.
I got the ARG,
I'm not listing everything
Spirit of the Waters:
Eye for Talent:
Heart of the Mountains:
Heart of the Sea:
Heart of the Snows:
Heart of the Sun:
and yes there are spells in the book
I think this recruitment had a bad Opening Post,
most opening Posts are like this.
It helps when you provide information on character creation rules and if it's a home brew game, a bit about the game's world helps a lot, especially views on races and classes.
Hasbro is Milking the Cash Cow again, and the customers will either
A quick PBP standards and forum codes cheat sheet for you and your friend
"Speech is bolded"
Thoughts are italized
Out of Character talk is purple
DieRoll: 1d20 + 1 ⇒ (3) + 1 = 4
Title of Spoiler:
[spoiler?=Title of Spoiler]Hidden Text[/spoiler]
The above samples have the code used below it, just remove the '?' from the first tag in each example.
And try it out.
Sins and Schools:
Envy (Abjuration): The art of suppressing magic other than your own.
Prohibited Schools: evocation, necromancy.
Gluttony (Necromancy): Magic that manipulates the
Greed (Transmutation): Magically transforming things
Lust (Enchantment): Magically controlling and
Pride (Illusion): Perfecting your own appearance and
Sloth (Conjuration): Calling agents
Wrath (Evocation): Mastery of the raw destructive
Dale McCoy Jr wrote:
I would agree to that if I was a 3rd party publisher.
I'd like to see Paizo rewrite the Stronghold Builder's Guidebook, personally.
What about the Book of Challenges that give puzzles and challenging combat scenario for GMs.
I would like to see a few old sets rewritten;
solo books I'd like rewritten;
Vic Wertz wrote:
I've updated the cover image and product description to match the finished product.
Looks sweet Vic.Hope Blood of Angels gets one just as sweet or sweeter.
Jim Groves wrote:
That is also a very good pick, as the possible module that James was refering to.I I hope your right as it is a chance to flesh out the more northern parts of Golarion and I love cold arctic environments.
(What, I'm Canadian and I love winter.)
Adamantine Dragon wrote:
@Fog - what is the "roll for attractiveness" thing? Is that some alternate rule?
They are likely from the 1st Edition's Unearthed ArcanaAnd it was called "Comeliness".
but that system used 3d6 and was modified by Charisma and Race.
or you change how the female muscle tissue reacts to Estrogens.
Sounds like one of mine from above;
Thanks Mark for the insightful post,
And it gives me a look into the life of a Paizo staff member.
Players would want more info before joining.
How are stats generated?
Information on the homebrew world's;
Mr. Gerbik wrote:
If I knew what the question was about I could direct you to the more appropriate sub-forum.
WOW, you are just bitter at this system for not being good and balanced in the first go. That is precisely what playtesting is for, to get feedback and fix things not 100% fixed, but more than what it was.
Or is it that this system is not the one you imagined it would be?
There is no way that a system like this can be fixed 100% and be perfect.Perfection does not exist.
It is a universal law that no matter what IT is, IT WILL have flaws.
Umbral Reaver wrote:
I think his point is that GMs have been making custom races for their worlds since long before the ARG. They don't need 'permission' from the book to make custom races.
GMs are the one in control of 99.99999999999% of their game worlds.
I'm not the best seller of points of view, but I stand my ground when it comes to certain things and point out the reasons why.
Why is it more for GMs than players?
It'll only be a mess if GM's allow it without checking it out thoroughly.
If GM's say no custom races, players must hold to it and go with the premade ones. If the GM says OK, he must double check them and point out any concerns he has about the race.
This part is more for GMs than players. As GMs can now fill their custom worlds with their custom races.