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xNeC wrote:And, of course, I don't want to tell my GM about all of my plans before game starts, otherwise he would be able to adapt to it :PQuick tip: Never do this. A good DM won't try to counter you anyway. A bad DM will over-react even more if they're taken like this by surprise.
To build on this a little bit... Pathfinder is the most fun when the players and the GM are playing the game with each other, rather than against one another. Of course the GM will be setting the stage for your game and will provide the challenges, but the game works best when they are trying to provide a fun challenge, not just "win". The GM will play the antagonist, but they should never BE the antagonist.
You should be working with your GM to create your character, and they should be looking to make sure that your character is the best fit for the story and the story is the best fit for your character.