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It doesn't state it completely. It just tells you to add your BAB from your various classes, as directed by the ninja above, and you need to know that you get a second attack when your BAB reaches +6. It should say something like this though.
Question regarding the Bull of Zagresh. The stats for a regular BoZ and the animal companion BoZ are listed below. So a standard BoZ is huge and one of its feats is improved natural weapon (gore). It's huge improved gore is 2d6. The animal companion starts at medium with a 1d8 gore and then at 4th level becomes large with a 2d6 gore. Shouldn't a regular BoZ have a huge gore of 4d6 with its improved natural weapon?
N Huge animal
Animal Companion Starting Statistics: Size Medium; Speed 40 ft.; AC +4 natural
I'm not sure, but most of the stores where we play PFS on the front range of Colorado have pay to play of $2 per person which is either straight cash where I play or GM gift cards at other stores like Enchanted Grounds. Enchanted Grounds also allows that month's GMs first choice in signing up for games. I'm pretty sure Jeff's run slot zero specials as rewards for Con GM's in the past. You'd have to have the stars but you could do something similar. Our store in the past allowed free drinks and snacks and 10% discount for GMs on the night they GM but I think it was abused. It's all going to depend on how many tables you've got though.
Don't be taunting me with your free body bludgeon.
Isn't there a rule that states that you can't ride something more than one size larger than yourself??
The rule you seek wrote:
Fast Mount or Dismount: You can attempt to mount or dismount from a mount of up to one size category larger than yourself as a free action, provided that you still have a move action available that round. If you fail the Ride check, mounting or dismounting is a move action. You can't use fast mount or dismount on a mount more than one size category larger than yourself.
gustavo iglesias wrote:
You left out Batman vs BearI'd say as far as Pathfinder goes the animals in your pictures basically have the pinned condition. The picture with Batman vs. the bear is what the initiated grapple position.
The one with the upper hand does less damage but when the grappled opponent falls for the trap of attacking instead of escaping your upper hand has increased and you go for the pin the next round and then you are the only one who can do damage.
Bear1 and Bear2 are fighting.
Might as well stack some knife master archetype on that.
Edited for Cheese: Then throw in a cheese wedge and Refine Improvised Weapon.
Tonight's homework assignment. Grapple a cat.
I saw someone once talking about using a huge aklys two handed for the 3D6 damage and some other shenanigans. But i digest, I am not sure that is an accurate depiction of an aklys descriptions vary but none i've seen mention a weirdly curving hook bit. It sounds more like either a javelin with a rope or a throwing spiked club.
I believe we have a guy playing a titan mauler using two.
It's PFS...Year of the Robot.
Yeah, I was previewing my victory post for like 6 minutes and then got a phone call and it all slipped away. I suppose with the avatar it's better to have failed.
And as human you can pump up your superstition with the favored class bonus.
I don't know about the unchained barbarian, but if you want body bludgeon at 10th level you will probably want to be able to grapple without drawing aoo's.
Proposal: Please fix the "XP / PP / GM star credit" disparity between scenarios and Thornkeep / Emerald Spire
A little research shows you're already on there anyway. You already know this so I'll just add to what the buzzard said for others.
The GM bought a GM screen.
I finally caved and bought one the other week. Two nights ago I showed up and was telling the players I'd finally be able to hit them and even get some crits. ;) Half way through the scenario when we got to the first combat I rolled 3 crits in my first 4 attacks and was hitting most of the night as opposed to my normal rolls of 5's or lower.