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CBDunkerson wrote:
Except the monk list doesn't include head butts. So... two partially overlapping sets.

Or they're not sets at all. they're descriptions. We shall fight in France, we shall fight on the seas and oceans, we shall fight with growing confidence and growing strength in the air, we shall defend our island, whatever the cost may be. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender" does not mean "Oops, they hit the forest. Everyone put your guns down!"

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thejeff wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
HWalsh wrote:

The ruling caste are all women, are all beautiful, who can bond with powerful lizard steeds and the men are soldiers at best who are considered, at least as far as wisdom is concerned, inferior.

If that doesn't breed some amount of contempt between the two sexes NOTHING will.

Presumably the women look beautiful to humans, but since the purpose of beauty is to say "Look at the DNA i'm packing over here!" the men probably look handsome to the women of their species.
Though in the pulp inspirations for such races, that doesn't seem to be true.

Well the protagonist is of course the most beautiful person of all no matter WHERE they go. Just ask Captain Kirk....

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HWalsh wrote:

The ruling caste are all women, are all beautiful, who can bond with powerful lizard steeds and the men are soldiers at best who are considered, at least as far as wisdom is concerned, inferior.

If that doesn't breed some amount of contempt between the two sexes NOTHING will.

Presumably the women look beautiful to humans, but since the purpose of beauty is to say "Look at the DNA i'm packing over here!" the men probably look handsome to the women of their species.

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SmiloDan wrote:
Can you use guidance and/or Take 10?

You can't guidance yourself through a dayjob check so you probably can't guidance yourself through handle animal.

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Ssalarn wrote:

The CRB defines an unarmed strike as "Striking for damage with punches, kicks, and head butts".

No, it defines punches kicks and headbutts as unarmed strikes. They're examples, not a limit.

Unarmed Attacks

Striking for damage with punches, kicks, and head butts is much like attacking with a melee weapon, except for the following:

The monk is not an addition to this, look

"A monk's attacks may be with fist, elbows, knees, and feet",

Those overlap. A punch is a fist. A kick is a foot. They're just saying the same thing two different ways.

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If they can keep the nynaeve from books 1-4 i'll be ecstatic.

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GM_Beernorg wrote:

Mostly sure that Drow don't have a word for solidarity ;)

I think i found one....

Running now

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Anyone know of any other groups hiding? This thing is shockingly close to being usable....

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Byakko wrote:

BigNorseWolf:

The things which are actions are very clearly enumerated in the rules. (I quoted them above).

They are not, and you did not. A-->B does not mean that not A--->Not B

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It's also stated in at least 2 places that "actions" provoke, including one that specifically states that an enemy must take an action in order to provoke an attack of opportunity.

It does not say that. It says that actions provoke. That does not mean that only actions provoke.

Being hit in the head with a brick hurts.
An anvil is not a brick.
Therefore being hit in the head with an anvil doesn't hurt.

Thats IF you ignore movement being defined as an action. There are non move action movements *(charge), and there are move action non movements (sheathing a weapon).

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It honestly takes a very loose reading, and a bit of convoluted logic, to force the rules to say otherwise.

You are leaving a square. You are not taking preventative measures to keep your guard up. You get whacked. Reading the rules tea leaves deeper than that gets some weird results, depending on how you look at things which leads to...

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It's so bad that you've ever assigning some of your weird logic to me (such as falling being a non-action, non-actions being actions, etc).

You cannot say that falling at the ground is not distracting and then tell someone else they have weird logic.

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But I can see you're quite entrenched at this point.

I am not entrenched on the conclusion. I am entrenched on the position that your argument is bad because of the above. You cannot just look at the rules minutia one way, reach a conclussion, and then not afford other rules minutia the same courtesy.

Non voluntary movement TENDS not to provoke. Falling is non voluntary movement so it probably doesn't provoke. " is a reasonable rules interpretation drawing from available evidence.

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Silver crusade is the stereotypical paladin faction. its even headed by one

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Byakko wrote:
While I grant that the posed questions are leading, it's with good intentions.

Its not. Its with the intention of tricking someone into accepting your premise, which is questionable.

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It's stated in multiple places that actions can provoke attacks of opportunities. Things that are not actions simply don't provoke, unless there's some special rules involved.

To start with there are many unfounded assumptions there. That falling is a non action, that non actions aren't actions, and that non actions don't provoke. You don't have rules for any of that. That the three not an actions we know of don't provoke does not set a rule for all of them.

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There's nothing rules lawyery about it. AoOs are generated by creatures performing activities that distract them from defending themselves. If you're not performing an activity, your defenses are not distracted.

You just said that hurtling through the air towards the ground is not distracting and thats not a rules lawyering statement.

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While I grant that being moved by an external force may be distracting in real life, the rules don't consider this to be a situation where you're lowering your guard.

Entirely circular. The rules don't consider it a situation where you're distracted because the rules don't consider this a situation where you're distracted

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Only actions you perform do.

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Provoking an Attack of Opportunity: Two kinds of actions can provoke attacks of opportunity: moving out of a threatened square and performing certain actions within a threatened square.

You could easily say that moving out of a threatened square is thus defined as an action, an action that falling can make you take.

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You moved out of a square. Did you 5 foot step? No. Did you withdraw? No. Does any rule say that your movement does not provoke? If not you get whacked.

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Which of these action types are you claiming falling is?

I'm not claiming its one of your action types. This action or non action thing is rules lawyering nonsense, and asking a leading question to place my answer in a framework that I'm questioning in the firstplace is nonsensical.

There is a good case to be made that there's a trend that involuntary movement tend not to provoke, so falling doesn't provoke, but its far from concrete. The action/non action thing smacks of rules lawyering chicanery.

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Grandlounge wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
There's functionally no difference between training the tricks and training the purpose in PFS , he'd need 5? ranks to teach it combat training or 5 ranks to teach the s attack, come, defend, down, guard, and heel.

Mostly right, I think. He would need 6 ranks and I was under the impression (may have read it some where) that if you make a purpose roll you can't roll anything else. I think the option is there if you have a really bad score but have 6 ranks and you want to go for it.

attack come defe...this is what i get for counting on paws.

You would want to do purpose training if

-one of the tricks is a higher dc than the training (i dont know if thats the case with anything)
- You don't have enough of a bonus to take 10 on anything, and are feeling lucky (maybe you have a folio and some stars?)

Its a pretty limited circumstance. The purpose training makese sense in a time campaign, but not the at the speed of plot downtime between pfs scenarios.

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M Tall dwarf Level 3 druid

*moving out of Gallagher range if the dwarf manages to land a hit* Goblin is impossible to prestidigitate out of velvet

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Byakko wrote:

Okay, can you give me any rules support for non-action movement out of a threatened provoking?

As far as I'm reading, the rules say that taking a Move Action provokes.
Movement, in of itself, does not.

Can you give me any rules that the action type or non type matters at all?

Two kinds of actions can provoke attacks of opportunity: moving out of a threatened square and performing certain actions within a threatened square.
Moving

Notice here that moving is entirely separate from any sort of action being performed.

Moving out of a threatened square usually provokes attacks of opportunity from threatening opponents. There are two common methods of avoiding such an attack—the 5-foot step and the withdraw action.

This is moving, as in a physical body going from one place to another. It doesn't specify that it has to be a move action a standard action or any kind of action at all. Movement is movement.

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its not a matter of what catagory its in. The fact is that he is moving out of a threatened square. That will provoke. The idea that its not an action to move out of a threatened square so it won't provoke is... pretty tenuous to start with as an argument. Why does it matter why he's moving out of the square?

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There's functionally no difference between training the tricks and training the purpose in PFS , he'd need 5? ranks to teach it combat training or 5 ranks to teach the s attack, come, defend, down, guard, and heel.

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Byakko wrote:
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Threatened Squares

You threaten all squares into which you can make a melee attack, even when it is not your turn. Generally, that means everything in all squares adjacent to your space (including diagonally). An enemy that takes certain actions while in a threatened square provokes an attack of opportunity from you.

If the enemy is not taking an action (one of the "certain actions"), then they do not provoke an attack of opportunity from you.

Falling is not an action a creature takes. Thus, no AoO.

It really is that simple.

That is far from simple.

Not an Action: Some activities are so minor that they are not even considered free actions. They literally don't take any time at all to do and are considered an inherent part of doing something else, such as nocking an arrow as part of an attack with a bow.

So even non actions are a type of action.

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Thomas Seitz wrote:

Indeed Wolf of Norse that I assume might be Hatti.

He'd be all Dawn of the Dead up in the MCU. We all know THAT'S not going to happen. Yet.

marvel zombies?

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ekibus wrote:
Thanks flutter for that write up. Of course now I have another dilemma, I never bothered with handle animal (gms never mentioned it.) So now I need to somehow get it trained. I already used my 2 traits and unable to swap out and freeways are tight. Only option would be to train out boon companion for extra traits

Just get max ranks in it as soon as possible : you don't need the traned skill bonus but it really helps. One of the posts is how to handle animal if you're a charisma 5 dwarf , which would apply if you're missing the 3 from it being a trained skill as well.

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Right. If hive could infect multiple dead bodies it wouldn't need ultra rare terrigen crystals it would just need a shovel and an uber ride to the nearest grave yard.

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Eyup. You did technically leave a threatened square.

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Werthead wrote:
I thinks this is more going off the rails and screaming out of control into the side of a nuclear power plant. Which is being attacked by zombies.

More zombies. The zombie apocalypse was freaking awesome. More hardhome!

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We don't know if its off the rails or just further down the track

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We have an inner sea samurai who's "authentic tien armor" is stamped "made in Galt"

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nosig wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
Rei wrote:


You weren't allowed to play your level 7 character at Tier 1-2 in a 1-7. Only at Tiers 3-4 and 6-7.

...and the dm should have known that. No biggie, just avoid doing it in the future.
huh? rolling Sense Motive, is BNW under an enchantment or something?

Mindless. Thus immune :)

I know not to growl at the pups....

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Rei wrote:


You weren't allowed to play your level 7 character at Tier 1-2 in a 1-7. Only at Tiers 3-4 and 6-7.

...and the dm should have known that. No biggie, just avoid doing it in the future.

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DoomOtter wrote:

Sad to say it, but if they get rid of kitsune I'm going to stop playing society. They are the only race in the game that interests me. Hopefully they will keep them for another season or two.

Also everyone is going on about four XP to grandfather in. I'm ninety percent sure you only needed one or two last time they retired a race.

You are correct, but they didn't like how that worked out last time. This time though none of the races are quite as crunchy and wouldn't lead to nearly the same gold rush to get more of them locked in.

I just need to get my Protegee locked in, and maybe a warlock.

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CBDunkerson wrote:

Or heck, just the plain old RAW seem pretty clear that class features can indeed be lost if the new form does not support them;

"You also lose any class features that depend upon form, but those that allow you to add features (such as sorcerers that can grow claws) still function. While most of these should be obvious, the GM is the final arbiter of what abilities depend on form and are lost when a new form is assumed. Your new form might restore a number of these abilities if they are possessed by the new form."

Exactly as I have been saying.

Just as I've been saying. You are relying on DM's call, not raw. Dn's call happens to BE raw on a lot of cases, but you're still relying on it.

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Form dependent abilities are only lost if the new form would lose them.

Then you have decided that snakes cannot unarmed strike. THAT is the ultimate basis for your argument, NOT the polymorph rules. That decision fully stands or falls on its own, you don't have to pretend you're running it through the polymorph rules because you're not.

Snakes cannot unarmed strike------> The polymorph rules-------> dwarf Shapshifted into a snake cannot unarmed strike

Elves can unarmed strike----> the polymorph rules---> Dwarf shapeshifted into an elf can unarmed strike.

snakes can unarmed stirke----> The polymorph rules----? dwarf turned into a snake can unarmed strike.

The polymorph rules are completely superfluous to your argument.

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Otherwise, a half-orc that polymorphed in to a different half-orc would lose dark vision.

Its entirely possible for something weird like that to happen. A dragon using form of the dragon for example

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CBDunkerson wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
The ability to make a fist is not form dependant.

Of course it is. There are millions of species that cannot make a fist.

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There are dwarf monks. There are elf monks. If the ability was form dependent this would not be possible.
This would imply that you are reading 'form dependent' as 'possible for that form ONLY'... fist making isn't limited to humans so it is not 'form dependent'. I don't think that's a plausible reading of the intent... very few abilities are available only to a single type of creature. Rather, things are 'form dependent' if some forms can do them and others cannot. Anything that the new form after a polymorph cannot do is lost.

I'm reading it means it as something rooted in the creatures biology, which this isn't.

While under the effects of a polymorph spell, you lose all extraordinary and supernatural abilities that depend on your original form (such as keen senses, scent, and darkvision),

Dwarves are not born being able to to flurry of blows. Neither are elves or anything else really. Class abilities are learned, NOT rooted in biology, thats WHY they're class features. You need to learn it, and not every member of your species learns it. If elves raise a baby dwarf he still sees in the dark. He probably doesn't learn grandpas penchant for stonework.

The alternative is that form dependant means anything you do with your body, which is silly, or you wouldn't be able to turn into an elf and still cast spells. You loose all abilities that depend on form and get back only what the spell gives you. Alter self for examplel gives you darkvision 60 feet, low-light vision, scent, and swim 30 feet....not the ability to cast spells even though it involves wriggling your newly acquired fingers. Obviously you can still cast spells because the polymorph section lists calls out that ability as being retained even if you're a dragon.

That you can't flurry of blows because a snake can't flurry of blows is both a subjective call and a completely different argument. That train may get to the station but it definitely doesn't pass through here.

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You can certainly make good arguments against animals using unarmed strikes but that line does not remotely imply what you think it does.
It does if interpreted the way I am doing. Which has the advantage that it doesn't lead to 'earthworms can make fists' and other clearly false results.

Just because it gets the result you want does not mean that the argument is good. This is absolutely horrible.

You are making the sub subjective call that creatures without fists can't use unarmed strikes. If you're doing that, own up to it and do it, don't pretend its dropping out of a polymorph rules reading. Because you're chucking the baby out with the bathwater here. Since polymorph specifically loses form dependent abilities and does not grant them back unless explicitly called out if punching is a form dependent ability a dwarf monk polymorphed into an elf loses it just like he loses his dark vision.

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Jean-Marc Comeau wrote:


Do you have a reference for that?

Do you?

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I am not seeing that from the bolded part of the entry.

its there black and white, clear as crystal. this is not a matter of table variation or interpretation. The ability to make a fist is not form dependant. It is not a claw, a bite, a tentacle, a wing, or any other gross feature of anatomy relying on your physical structure. There are dwarf monks. There are elf monks. If the ability was form dependent this would not be possible.

You can certainly make good arguments against animals using unarmed strikes but that line does not remotely imply what you think it does.

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Even if I take your statement at face value, isn't the practice of unarmed combat all done in your normal form, not the 70 minutes a day in another form?

The rules really don't cover the sort of penalties you'd reasonably expect from the body dysphoria you'd have from shifting forms like that. An hour a day isn't an unreasonable amount of time to learn something though.

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Also, by that interpretation, a half-orc of any class would lose their darkvision due to the polymorph (I agree).

But a character with 2 levels in Shadowdancer, who get's darkvision (EX) as a class ability, would not lose it (I disagree).

A human shadow dander gets dark vision.

A dwarf shadow dancer gets dark vision
A halfling shadow dancer gets darkvision.

How on earth is that form dependent when the form doesn't matter at all?

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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


Y'know, I wasn't thinking of this ring, but it's for followers of Shelyn, right?

I think my bard could go for it.

Songbird of Inspirational DOOM is go?

Just get the ring of eloquence and....

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M Tall dwarf Level 3 druid

Rodrick's to hit goes nowhere ...yet. (+1 strength but -1 size) , the damage goes to 2d6, and he has reach (without the pesky can't attack the next square in restrictions). Unfortunately that's academic given the fact that the dice love goblins.

Dice always love goblins.

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M Tall dwarf Level 3 druid

And this is why i make characters that either don't touch the dice, or have so many attacks that even the polyhedral gods themselves cannot stop me.

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Stephen Ross wrote:
Martin Weil wrote:
Not sure if it was already mentioned, but the Bead of Newt Prevention is a 1,000 gp consumable that gets destroyed if you fail a save against a hostile polymorph effect, instead of your form getting changed.
in a pinch if you know you are going up against a spellcaster of high level (aka could cast Baleful Polymorph) I'd suggest having Youthful Appearance cast on yourself before going in... it has a CstrLvl hr duration and once you are under a polymorph effect you have a choice. There are some negatives to scent and other Su abilities.

Baleful polymorph clears all polymorph effects on you once you miss the save and stops new ones, which is why it works on druids in this edition.

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CBDunkerson wrote:
My understanding has been that monks can make those types of unarmed strike attacks, they just don't get the special monk damage and other bonuses with them...

That is way too literal of a reading from only one small part of the rules that are referenced otherwise elsewhere.

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CBDunkerson wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:

Nope. Not lost because of that clause is not the same as retained no matter what.

A snake monk HAS flurry of blows as a class feature: polymorph effects don't take it away. Whether a snake monk can USE flurry of blows is a different question.

So...

a monk polymorphed into a snake 'may' be unable to use flurry of blows...
not because it is polymorphed...
but rather because it is a snake...
because it is polymorphed.

I'll take it. A creature without limbs 'may' be unable to perform actions requiring limbs. Progress.

Right, the difference is VERY important. Otherwise The saurian shaman can't punch, and neither can amonk turned in to steve which having been hit in the head by a swan i find far sillier than a bird punching.

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CBDunkerson wrote:

If a class ability "does not depend on your original form" and results from practice "not your shape" then, per your argument, it would be retained when you polymorph in to another shape... even a rock or other shape incapable of using that ability. I'm asking you to validate that position.

Nope. Not lost because of that clause is not the same as retained no matter what.

A snake monk HAS flurry of blows as a class feature: polymorph effects don't take it away. Whether a snake monk can USE flurry of blows is a different question.

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CBDunkerson wrote:


So... a monk polymorphed into a large immobile rock would retain the ability to perform a flurry of unarmed attacks? And fast movement? A wizard in large rock form could cast spells requiring verbal and somatic components?

Your argument is too far from anything i said to be in the same discussion. You will have to try again.

Class abilities are not lost due to that line in the polymorph rules" is completely different from "All class abilities can be used in whatever polymorph form you take" Obviously the latter is false, as they call out the problems with spellcasting.

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Sure, these are learned abilities and the polymorphed person still knows how to do them... but if the current form is physically incapable of doing so, how exactly are they able to act on that knowledge/training?

That is an entirely separate and far more subjective point than the polymorph rules.

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Jean-Marc Comeau wrote:

Polymorph.

PRD wrote:

While under the effects of a polymorph spell, you lose all extraordinary and supernatural abilities that depend on your original form

So, wouldn't the above reduce the songbird to a single attack a round for a regular or an unchained monk, that of the bite, with no increase in damage dice?

No. A class ability by definition does not depend on your original form. If it did, it would be a species ability. Class skills are a restult or practice and training, not your shape.

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Lucy_Valentine wrote:
"I'd like to be as good at my job as other people's class features are". It seems hypocritical to me to set out to do lots of damage in tiny form, regardless of flavour, and then complain when you succeed.

But you're not.

the traditionally scouty classes don't have a whole lot of class features that actually let them scout. What they have is a relatively small bonus to stealth from a class skill (+3) that is also attainable through a trait (+4), a cheap magic item (+5), skill focus (+3 or +6) etc.

The best class feature for stealth is wildshape, and the ring doesn't even come close to that. The ring lets you pick one rather conspicuous form rather than blending in, doesn't let you earth glide for guaranteed cover and escape, doesn't let you keep opposable thumbs to open doors.

This is better than the class features of a rogue for scouting- is an incredibly low bar to cross because the rogue doesn't have a whole lot of class features for scouting.

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ShieldLawrence wrote:
Is this gonna be a Seeker Story Arc? For purposes of needing exactly 33 XP to start it and being locked in, etc

No, its 12-14, they learned from last time...

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Oskar Dragenaev wrote:
BNW, for what it's worth, yes, Rod is a legit target for Enlarge person.

hehe. I know. Ratfolk and dwarves don't get along apparently. And justin... isn't the best at being polite.

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Taj and Snowflake don't, unless they take whatever racial feaure lets you count as human (there is some such trait, yes?).

Scion of humanity. I was in pfs for the aasimar bumper crop :)

As to the goblins on the other side i fail to see the problem, there are plenty of humans between us and them..

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It really should, since they're the same thing pretty much

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MMCJawa wrote:

Dorne was aggravating. at this point I really just want Ellaria and the Sand Snakes to try their badass fighting moves on Frankengregor Because that would be hillarious.

I was worried that they would drag out Sansa and Theon being hunted and Jon Snow's resurrection. So I am glad that at least the former was resolved by having Brienne come to save the day.

Gwendolyn Christie has amazing athleticism. I love all the fight scenes they do with her.

I love how brutal they make the fights. Its not hong kong wirework its 300 pounds of steel plated muscle crashing into each other with all the finesse of a trainwreck.

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GregorSTEIN!. GregorSTEIN!

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You can also buy it with prestige without the fame limit (the infamous happy stick after your first scenario)

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Just don't rule that humans have hands in PFS, since that's not strictly raw.

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S7R1D wrote:
Yeah time to make that never-ending bacon wondrous item.

That's an artifact, minimum

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