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RPG Superstar 7 Season Star Voter. 2,378 posts. 3 reviews. No lists. 3 wishlists.

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Magaambyan clerics, maybe?

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I hope in a cleric/druid hybrid Archetype, à la St. Francis.

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Can we expect a Psychometabolic Oracle Curse, like the other Corruption Curses in Horror Realms? Please?

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I had a lot of fun making the Mogwai! I hope you like them!

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tell me that she can't change into animals only!
Tell me that she will be as versatile as hell!

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Skald archetypes: Flower Child (pacifist skald) and Maenad.

New Masterpieces: Inspired Afterglow, Pavane of the Courtiers, The Freed Prisoner Serenade, The Prize Most Fought Upon, The Triumph of Love, United We Win.

New bloodrager bloodlines: Lust & Sadism (the same ones as for Sorcerers).

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We just hit 200 backers.

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Let's make an expanded edition! There are many OTHER species I'd like to work on!

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We're funded!!!

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Rysky wrote:

Ooooo, speaking of, I wouldn't mind seeing a Bardic Masterpiece or some other spell where you dance/perform and and multiple targets start throwing/giving beneficial items like coins and potions or other magic items to you, in a similar vein to shamefully overdressed (awesome spell btw).

Ooo, what an idea. Maybe you should write that.

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Rysky wrote:
Christina Stiles wrote:
Moskau wrote:
I can't pledge any more, but I am torn between passionate and beastly lover.

I can't help you on that choice. :) It depends on what interests you the most.

You can always help us find 13 $1 backers, though, to open up Margherita's freebie! Jacob did a great job on drawing the witch's sex scene. He said the witch's bottom was one of his best-drawn butts. It's a damn sexy scene. :)


Look but don't touch, she's a LG married woman:)

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Actually, 23.

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Rysky wrote:

Has any thought been given for a reward tier inbetween Excetional Lover ($150) and Passion's Apprentice ($600)*, like suggest an archetype or additional art?

*Is very, very tempting, but I probably can't get away with it -_-

Let's see what the Empress Medusa thinks about it.

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No bikini armor. Sorry. We tried to be REALISTICALLY fantasy sexy.

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Come to our new Facebook page for more chats and gossip!

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Rysky wrote:

(Bumping the thread... hehe, bumping...)

Can I ask more about archetypes, please?

Also what are the chances of there being feats for when around/protecting your loved ones?

Among the core class archetypes:

Stilnovista (bard): love is divine and your beloved is an angel- sometimes literally!
Sacred Prostitute (Cleric): divine healing takes many forms!
Breeder (Druid): who says cows and horses can't breed together?
Kundalini (Monk): beware the power of Tantra!
Defender/Liberator (Paladin): paladins of love are not always lawful.
Streetwalker (Rogue): she does it for money. And informations.

Marriage Feats (a new feat type) allow expanded synergy with your beloved(s).

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Rysky wrote:
Bardess wrote:
You're welcome to ask ^_^


What's the pheromone fury like?

Well, imagine a skyclad Barbarian whose sweat during a rage makes a very particular effect to those around him...

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You're welcome to ask ^_^

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And for someone who wants to play another Bard named Petrarch. ;) Or Plato.

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Who says there isn't a good equivalent of a succubus?!

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Who wants seduction angels? Who wants pheromone fury barbarians? Who wants rules for having a baby with every race and its brothers and sisters? Come, ladies and gentlemen- we have all of this and more!

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I was a little desperate, then today I saw that he's working on UI and PotR! He just didn't put the pages in the indexes yet. Maybe we can expect a mega-update as soon as he has finished.

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Marc Radle wrote:

Haven't had a chance for more than a quick scan, but ... hey, what do you know?!?!? I completely forgot about the piece I wrote detailing a famous renegade lamia swordsman and his followers (based on material from the Advanced Races Compendium no less! :)

It was also very cool to see an archetype for the battle scion!

Marc, hope you enjoy the PrC I made for your shaman class!

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nightflier wrote:
And what is the theme of the next one? And are you willing to accept articles from those who's mother tongue isn't English? (Because of the possibility of more work on the Editor's side).

Find the next issue's theme on the last page. ^_^

Submitting articles is a great way to improve your English. Believe me. ^_^

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Well... let's begin to work on the next issue, shall we? ^_^

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So I wait with the other 1s to discover if I win something on the last day, right?

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Received stuff from FGP and PP. Thank you all.

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Just had yesterday's prize. Thank you all.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Bardess wrote:
Huh! So it seems I won something? Yay!
Bardess Woooooooooooooo so good to see you!

Huh? I won again? You sure? Well, who am I to block your generosity...

Uh, good to see you all too! Uh, do I know you?

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Huh! So it seems I won something? Yay!

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Yum. I'm in!

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In 2E's Monster Manual, the larval Gargantuan Insect was stronger than the adult form. I followed that example. ^^

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Yes. It means that you can't use Handle Animal to train a maiasaura for combat, and so it can't learn the specific tricks of a combat-trained animal. ^_^

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I would have liked to have the Dreadnoughtus idea myself... well, next time... I'm very satisfied of Dypthera, though.

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I made my dream of a colossal fighting butterfly true. Thank you for letting me write it.

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This is very simple but, I think, also much needed.

Eldritch Scholar (Magus Archetype):

Some magi deepen their studies in magic, learning how to modify spells and use exploits the way an arcanist does.

Spellcasting: An eldritch scholar prepares and casts spells as an arcanist. Use the bard tables to calculate his allot of prepared and cast spells per day.

Exploits: Starting at 3rd level, an eldritch scholar may gain an arcanist exploit every time he could gain a magus arcana. He can use his arcane pool points as arcane reservoir points to fuel these exploits. At 12th level, the eldritch scholar gains access to greater exploits too.

Consume Spells: At 4th level, the eldritch scholar gains the arcanist's consume spells ability. This replaces spell recall.

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I'm pretty satisfied of this. Hope you like it too.

Songrider (Skald Archetype):

A poet, a warrior and a cavalier, the songrider spurs her mount in battle, guiding the charge with her compelling hymns.

Exotic Mount (Ex): At 1st level, a songrider forms a bond with a strong, loyal companion that permits her to ride it as a mount. This mount functions as a druid’s animal companion, using the songrider’s level as her effective druid level. The animal chosen as a mount must be large enough to carry the songrider (Medium or Large for a Small character; Large or Huge for a Medium character). The share spells ability of a songrider’s mount applies to her known masterworks and sagas, too.
The songrider does not take an armor check penalty on Ride checks while riding her mount. The mount is always considered combat trained, and begins play with Endurance as a bonus feat.
Each time the songrider increases in level, she can choose to select a new, more impressive mount better suited to her increased power.
Small-sized songriders can choose a pony or wolf mount at 1st level. At 4th level, a Small songrider can also choose an allosaurus, ankylosaurus, arsinoitherium, aurochs, bison, boar, brachiosaurus, elephant, glyptodon, hippopotamus, mastodon, megaloceros, riding dog, snapping turtle (giant), triceratops, or tyrannosaurus. At 7th level, she can also choose a dinosaur (deinonychus or velociraptor).
Medium songriders can choose a camel or horse mount at 1st level. At 4th level, a Medium songrider can also choose an allosaurus, ankylosaurus, arsinoitherium, aurochs, bison, brachiosaurus, elephant, glyptodon, hippopotamus, lion, mastodon, megaloceros, snapping turtle (giant), tiger, triceratops, or tyrannosaurus as her mount. Additional mounts might be available with GM approval.
In addition, a 7th-level or higher Medium beast rider can select any creature whose natural size is Large or Huge, provided that creature is normally available as a Medium-sized animal companion at 7th level (like a bear). To generate statistics for such a mount, apply the following modifications: Size Large; Ability Scores Str +2, Dex –2, Con +2. Increase the damage of each of the mount’s natural attacks by one die size. A songrider cannot choose a mount that is not capable of bearing her weight, that has fewer than four legs, or that has a fly speed (although the GM may allow mounts with a swim speed in certain environments).
Anytime a feat or ability allows a mount to make a hoof attack, it can make a claw, slam, or other analogous attack instead.
This ability replaces uncanny dodge, improved uncanny dodge, improved uncanny dodge, and the 7th and 12th-level instances of versatile performance.

Raging Song: The songrider gains access to the following raging songs:

Inspiring Song (Ex): At 5th level, all the songrider’s allies that can hear her raging song gain bonuses as per a cavalier’s banner ability.

Greater Inspiring Song (Ex): At 14th level, all the songrider’s allies that can hear her raging song gain bonuses as per a cavalier’s greater banner ability.

This replaces dirge of doom and song of the fallen.

Rage Powers: The following rage powers complement the songrider archetype: ferocious beast, ferocious beast, greater, ferocious trample, ferocious trample, greater, inspire ferocity, spirit steed.

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Actually, I had TWO good ideas. So here's today's archetype...

Meistersinger (Hunter Archetype):

A meistersinger is an animal charmer, living often isolated in the wilderness with her animal companion. She sings her melodies for animals alone and raises animal army to battle when her home is threatened.

Class Skills: A meistersinger adds Perform (sing, string, or wind) to her list of class skills in place of Knowledge (dungeoneering). This modifies the hunter’s class skills.
Weapon and Armor Proficiency: The meistersinger is not proficient with medium armor.
Spells: A meistersinger uses Charisma rather than Wisdom for the purpose of determining her concentration bonus, spell effects, spells per day and saving throw DC.
Wild Performance: At 3rd level, a meistersinger gains the ability to deliver a select number of supernatural and spell-like performances. This ability is similar in all respects to bardic performance as used by a bard of the meistersinger’s level -2 (including interactions with feats, spells, and prestige classes), using Perform (sing, string or wind) as the meistersinger’s performance skill. However, a meistersinger’s performance has only effect on animals. The meistersinger gains the following types of bardic performance: fascinate and inspire courage at 3rd level; inspire competence at 5th level; suggestion at 8th level; inspire greatness at 11th level; soothing performance at 14th level; inspire heroics at 17th level; and mass suggestion at 20th level. In addition, a meistersinger gains these bardic performances:

Attract Swarm: At 8th level, the meistersinger can use bardic performance to summon 1d3 swarms of Tiny animals; they remain as long as he continues performing. At 13th level, he summons 2d3 swarms instead of 1d3 and the swarms have the advanced creature simple template. At 19th level, the number of swarms he summons increases to 3d3.

Attract Pack: At 16th level, the meistersinger can use bardic performance to summon a horde of animals for a total of hit dice equal to her level –6. The summon lasts as long as the performance continues; otherwise, this ability functions as summon nature’s ally VII.

This replaces hunter tactics, teamwork feats, and bonus tricks.

Next: The REAL Piper... a Skald with an animal companion which enrages with him!

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Oh! I found it now:

Inner Sea Faiths, page 3 wrote:
A character able to select a domain can take any subdomain granted by her divinity, even if the divinity does not also grant the subdomain’s associated domain. The character receives all the abilities and spells normally granted by taking that subdomain, including the domain powers of the associated core domain that aren’t replaced by the subdomain, even though the divinity cannot grant that core domain by itself.

Thank you both!

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A Nightcrawler fetchling magus archetype, please?

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What about an issue dedicated to converting early 3.5 Pathfinder material to the Pathfinder system? I can think about some prestige classes, elven magic food, and so on.

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I sent my pitch for "occult options for non-psychic classes". I could have roughly 1000 words already done.

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Endzeitgeits found my babies cool.
"Clear, damn it, clear!"

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Coming! You made my baby happy!

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Here other river, lake, and rich champaign
Are seen, than those which are below descried;
Here other valley, other hill and plain,
With towns and cities of their own supplied;
Which mansions of such mighty size contain,
Such never he before of after spied.
Here spacious hold and lonely forest lay,
Where nymphs for ever chased the panting prey.
LXXIII. He, that with other scope had thither soared,
Pauses not all these wonder to peruse:
But led by the disciple of our Lord,
His way towards a spacious vale pursues;
A place wherein is wonderfully stored
Whatever on our earth below we lose.
Collected there are all things whatsoe’er,
Lost through time, chance, or our own folly, here.
LXXIV. Nor here alone of realm and wealthy dower,
O’er which aye turns the restless wheel, I say:
I speak of what it is not in the power
Of Fortune to bestow, or take away.
Much fame is here, whereon Time and the Hour,
Like wasting moth, in this our planet prey.
Here countless vows, here prayers unnumbered lie,
Made by us sinful men to God on high:
LXXV. The lover’s tears and sighs; what time in pleasure
And play we here unprofitably spend;
To this, of ignorant men the eternal leisure,
And vain designs, aye frustrate of their end.
Empty desires so far exceed all measure,
They o’er that valley’s better part extend.
There wilt thou find, if thou wilt thither post,
Whatever thou on earth beneath hast lost.
LXXVI. He, passing by those heaps, on either hand,
Of this and now of that the meaning sought;
Formed of swollen bladders here a hill did stand,
Whence he heard cries and tumults, as he thought.
These were old crowns of the Assyrian land
And Lydian—as that paladin was taught—
Grecian and Persian, all of ancient fame;
And now, alas! well-nigh without a name.
LXXVII. Golden and silver hooks to sight succeed,
Heaped in a mass, the gifts which courtiers bear,
—Hoping thereby to purchase future meed—
To greedy prince and patron; many a snare,
Concealed in garlands, did the warrior heed,
Who heard, these signs of adulation were;
And in cicalas, which their lungs had burst,
Saw fulsome lays by venal poets versed.
LXXVIII. Loves of unhappy end in imagery
Of gold or jewelled bands he saw exprest;
Then eagles’ talons, the authority
With which great lords their delegates invest:
Bellows filled every nook, the fume and fee
Wherein the favourites of kings are blest:
Given to those Ganymedes that have their hour,
And reft, when faded is their vernal flower.
LXXIX. O’erturned, here ruined town and castle lies,
With all their wealth: “The symbols” (said his guide)
“Of treaties and of those conspiracies,
Which their conductors seemed so ill to hide.”
Serpents with female faces, felonies
Of coiners and of robbers, he descried;
Next broken bottles saw of many sorts,
The types of servitude in sorry courts.
LXXX. He marks mighty pool of porridge spilled,
And asks what in that symbol should be read,
And hears ’twas charity, by sick men willed
For distribution, after they were dead.
He passed a heap of flowers, that erst distilled
Sweet savours, and now noisome odours shed;
The gift (if it may lawfully be said)
Which Constantine to good Sylvester made.
LXXXI. A large provision, next, of twigs and lime
—Your witcheries, O women!—he explored.
The things he witnessed, to recount in rhyme
Too tedious were; were myriads on record,
To sum the remnant ill should I have time.
’Tis here that all infirmities are stored,
Save only Madness, seen not here at all,
Which dwells below, nor leaves this earthly ball.
LXXXII. He turns him back, upon some days and deeds
To look again, which he had lost of yore;
But, save the interpreter the lesson reads,
Would know them not, such different form they wore.
He next saw that which man so little needs,
—As it appears—none pray to Heaven for more;
I speak of sense, whereof a lofty mount
Alone surpast all else which I recount.
LXXXIII. It was as ’twere a liquor soft and thin,
Which, save well corked, would from the vase have drained;
Laid up, and treasured various flasks within,
Larger or lesser, to that use ordained.
That largest was which of the paladin,
Anglantes’ lord, the mighty sense contained;
And from those others was discerned, since writ
Upon the vessel was ORLANDO’S WIT.
LXXXIV. The names of those whose wits therein were pent
He thus on all those other flasks espied.
Much of his own, but with more wonderment,
The sense of many others he descried,
Who, he believed, no dram of theirs had spent;
But here, by tokens clear was satisfied,
That scantily therewith were they purveyed;
So large the quantity he here surveyed.
LXXXV. Some waste on love, some seeking honour, lose
Their wits, some, scowering seas, for merchandise,
Some, that on wealthy lords their hope repose,
And some, befooled by silly sorceries;
These upon pictures, upon jewels those;
These on whatever else they highest prize.
Astrologers’ and sophists’ wits mid these,
And many a poet’s too, Astolpho sees.

Orlando Furioso, Canto XXXIV

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Come on, guys and ladies, post! I don't want to win for abandonment, I want to CRUSH you!

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Argh. Fare well to my celestial figment flying Cat.

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Yummy! I'm in!

EDIT: It's in my downloads but apparently I can't download it...

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I think it could be time for a "Even More Talents" supplement series. Even More Fighter Talents, Even More Rogue Talents, and so on.
Plus, Talented Oracle please.

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