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Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

blackbloodtroll wrote:

How do legal traits and magic items that require you to worship Aroden work?

Things can be legal without being usable. The Goblins of golarion traits that require you to be a goblin were legal for almost a year before the 30 goblin boons came out. There are boons out there for 2 years now that have options that are only legal for kobolds. Maybe pathfinder 100 will open veer ratio of Aroden or worship for non Devine? Maybe a feat or archetype down the line will allow you to count as worshiping a dead God as long as you don't get spells? There are a few other options I can think of.... Like a boon for clearing an old Aroden temple, Iomadae gives you power as if you worshiped Aroden. But just because an item might not work for a character now, doesn't mean It never will. And having it legal from the start means they don't need to find all the books where such an item was and add it to the resources later.

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Erik Mona wrote:

There are (many) more townsfolk coming.

Hilariously, I've been focusing on at least one monster per update, because the early posts were filled with fear about the set being _only_ townsfolk. :)

Yup that was me.... This set has too many humanoids in it for me. Shattered Star had 11 medium humaniods out of 55 and that was the pushing it. RotRL having 22 medium humanoids for 65 pieces was way too much, even if most of them were rare. Personally, anything over 25% medium humanoids are too much in my eye. I don't need that many mooks, and since I mostly use them for PFS, the only named character I've been able to use as themselves was Sheila Heidmarch

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Might want to check the Wiki article on Icerift Castle for information there.

Mendev has a few more sources. One of which is a novel (a common one for prize support sent to conventions for PFS play.).

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Yeah, the Dark Sword ones are great. I have the Jester.

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Erik mentioned in one of the early Gencon panels (I think the "Paizo 215 and Beyond" one) that the hope is to get the backlog to audible, but that they do not yet have a schedule for that, so don't expect it fast.

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its been brought up, but sometimes fiction characters aren't synonomous with what a character of the appropriate level can do.

As for items and stuff... they usually appear in later books (Riffle scrolls and Radovan got stated up in a kobald quarterly, Some of the abilities of some of the web fiction were added to occult adventures, and items from web fictions were added to ultimate equipment to name some off the top of my head)

James Sutter has mentioned that stating characters from fiction is not something he likes to do, as it pigeon-holes the abilities of the characters. Take a look at the results of the Dave Gross stat up my charceters contest to see how many ways the same character can be stated from the same events.

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I think this was changed when they added the download tab to the product page if you have the PDF, I could be wrong though.

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I don't remember if the audioplays were talked about, but you can hear about the next comic storyline in the Know Direction Podcast Gencon coverage: Pazio 2015 and Beyond Seminar

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Wayne Reynolds wrote:


I'm pleased that you like the design of the Star Knife. As far as I'm aware, there isn't a real-world historical counterpart to this weapon. (I'm not sure who created the RPG concept) I surmise that a starknife would have to be held in a diagonal plane, with the flat of the blades facing towards an opponent. I'd guess it'd be used in a side to side motion rather than a forward stabbing motion. Otherwise the wielder would increase the risk of cutting themselves. Probably great for disarming an opponent though.

The closest I've seen is a "shuriken" that's actually made to maim (shuriken were mainly used for distraction - more of a feint in PFRPG) which was about 8 inches long per side. Because this weapon was also about 10 pounds of metal, it was thrown underhand, aiming for the knee or groin.

To anyone who has used throwing stars - it hit the same way, but was purposefully made heavier in the middle, so it dropped/fell out of the target after striking them. Hopefully giving the thrower first blood.

It looked like this but just about twice as big and made of metal.

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

Note there are products coming out this year that may be of value. in October Player Companion: Black Markets comes out.

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

eddv wrote:


The actual expansions containing new base classes, like the APG, ARG and the Ultimate Books are 9.99 a pop

And you can still get those for free by inputting them yourself. The whole question is "what is my time worth to me" if it's worth more than $2.50 an hour per character, then not inputting a base class for 4 hours means 9.99 is breaking even. Bonus you get the rest of the book imported as well! But just like doing it yourself, the herolab stuff is not input directly from paizo, and hasn't gone through editing passes, so you need to check it, and therefore need access to the books.

yes, doing it yourself looks massive when starting off. But I've seen people who can't use powerpoint or excel learn to input things accurately in hero lab in under 2 hours

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Kevin Mack wrote:
So I take it this means they finally got the film licence back from the previous lot?

nope, they settled This link has more information. Hasbro's deal was with Universal, so it appears that Sweatpea got the house and the car in the settlement.

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pennywit wrote:

Arise, ARISE, dead thread!!!

I came across this today. It looks like it's been a few years since this was last considered. Has Paizo revisited it at all? For a lot of out-of-print materials (i.e., APs and Map Folios), the secondary market it absolutely brutal.

This comes up every 6 months or so. Vic most recently responded to this again in May in another thread:

Vic Wertz wrote:
I just received new PoD samples a few weeks ago, and though paper quality has improved since the last time I looked into it, I'm still not happy with the print quality.

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If you're looking to read it on your PC the nook for web app might work: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/u/nook-for-web/379003594/ that is the link they gave when they stopped supporting the windows and mac rreader programs.

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

Matt Goodall wrote:
Switching the AP on in the reporting system can be done fairly easily. Do you have to have chronicles for a campaign mode run through of the AP to be put into the reporting system?

You need to choose the character you are applying the sheet to the day you complete the campaign mode run I believe. As of that date, your character should have the chronicle sheets. While the reporting is the way to keep track of what you've played, the chronicle sheets are the end end-all-be-all when your character is audited at the table (while this doesn't happen often, seasons 5 and 6 have added a bunch of "if any of the characters at the table have played X...." that act ask mini audits, and things like 'how are you level 7, your last chronicle only has 15 XP?' could/should be caught with those). Without having these sheets you also would not know how much gold or which items you have access to, handicapping any character you applied these to.

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If you want my advice... take a figure with a pose you like, and a earth elemental. Use a exacto knife to cut the 'stones' off. Super glue them to the archer. You may need to do some touch-up paint on the skintone to make it more rocky

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

I'm pretty sure there's a season 5 or 6 scenario that has a profession:assassin skill check which PCs could make in it.

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It sounds like the player hadn't created that character on the web site. That is the only time a name will default in. It should still tell you if you are reporting a core game and the character has played non core events

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Also the novel Death's Heretic has a protean show up, and a brief jaunt through the Maelstrom

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Brother Fen wrote:
Just won a copy of the Guide to Darkmoon Vale in an eBay bid. Looking forward to digging through it.

FYI - this is an early book, and had some obvious editing mistakes, mostly in the sidebars..

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bookrat wrote:
A Google search for "magazine book light" brought up this

Yeah, I looked at that and a few others, the amazon reviews that mention magazines all say it was too top heavy and bent the covers. I think I may have to try one of the over the ear or around the neck ones.

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I know this may be in the wrong area. If it is, feel free to move it.

I need some advice on how to read books without
Wrecking them. Here's my situation: about 60%of my reading time is in bed, while my fiancé is asleep or trying to sleep. She is very light sensitive when trying to sleep, so even the light from an iPad keeps her up.

For novels, I'm able to use a book light to read from, but that is because novels are thick enough to that the pages can support the weight of the light. Using a book light on player companions or early modules causes the cover to bend, and could damage the book.

Does anyone know if there are magazine specific book lights, of specific company I should look into to prevent this damage?

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

There's information on Kettermaul Charthagnion and House Charthagnion on the wiki.. Looks like the house page is the same stuff from the campaign setting book, but Kettermaul is from 'Cities of Golarion' so may be new information for you.

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

Around here they are prepped for when a scenario runs in 3 hours, to fill the time before the other layers are ready to go

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I think there is a black markets of golarion coming out this year... Maybe there

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Steve Geddes wrote:
That was one of the few to get a reprint, wasn't it?

not quite, Paizo sold out, and then bought back what stock the distributors had.

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

My PFS Lavode De'Morcaine wrote:
Dorothy Lindman wrote:
Andrew Roberts wrote:
My PFS Lavode De'Morcaine wrote:
I certainly don't push them on anyone. We have had some difficulty a couple of times explaining the animal companion, TWF, oversized weapon, firearm rules to complete newbies before.

Just pointing out that, incidentally enough, all of those rules areas have a PFS pregen for them, so it's really not any different from handing them one of those pregens.

Lini: Animal Companion.
Valeros: Two Weapon Fighting.
Amiri: Oversized Weapon.
Lirianne: Firearm Rules.

I think that's actually his point: because several of the pregens have these complicated rules, he has a folder of characters that don't.

Side note: a "skill level rating" on the pregens could be handy, or even just a list of which pregens would you hand brand new players and which pregens you would never give a brand new player and why.

Exactly! They saw those precise pregens and were instantly set on running them. Even wanting to build their first actual character that way. But they just didn't understand the rules for those choices.

Something else to note - if you know you are going to be running with new people using the pregens, I beleive Lini has summon Nature's ally, but no stats for what she can summon, so bring a bestiary

Sczarni *** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Connecticut—Manchester aka Cpt_kirstov

Quests normally don't get reported, as they do not award XP. the Silverhex quests are an exception, because in those you DO get XP.

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I choked when I saw the starter price was $250, even if you can use older WHF minis

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Brother Fen wrote:


If you're directing this to me

Nope, wasn't specifically at you - and so you know Lord of Runes has between 5 to 7 chapters set there. Its also got lots of other great information about goings on in Korvosa and some history of Varisia that isn't anywhere else

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Both of the links JPSTOD links above are not using the Paizo community use policy.

Here is the current version of the wiki which does conform to CUP.

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Remember at this point Kaer Maga has gotten a lot of pages:

Spoiler:
*City of Strangers, (64 pages)
*An AP fiction in the Eando Kilne story (1 section)
*An Ap adventure in the Shattered star AP (AP #63), and another one that touches it (in the crimson throne AP)
*At least two PFS scenarios set there (City of strangers series)
*2 Novels with a good amount of the book set there (Redemption Engine and Lord of Runes)
*smaller write ups in the Varisia book and the hardcover campaign setting books

So there is a good amount of information there.

If you're looking for a more in depth than this, have you read all of the information? Are you looking for this all in one spot? If so, I suggest that you head over to The wiki. If you see official information that isn't there on the city; The project is open, add it. Then you'll have all of the information in one place like you ask for.

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Luthorne wrote:
As I understand it, at PaizoCon they confirmed Occult Adventures will have additional rules to interact with haunts in new ways, though I'm not sure if they will be particular to one of the new classes or not.

Yup either Erik or Jason confirmed that at Paizocon, its on one of the Know Direction recordings... I don't remember the phrasing.... I think it was along the lines of 'so all classes can deal with haunts, and you don't just send in the paladin and cleric'

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Ed Reppert wrote:
Hobbun wrote:
A little super glue and it will be as good as new.
I hope I don't have that problem. I'm likely to super glue the darn thing to my nose. :-)

Ed, Usually I find that if I grab the figure to remove it from the plastic, I'll pull one figure from the base per brick. Instead of this, I suggest pushing through the plastic behind the base (basically turning the plastic bubble inside out) until the figure falls into your hand. Just a little friendly advise if you want to avoid gluing :)

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This is in Denver in Sept? There's some information such as number of tables and GMs and such you need to get before requesting con support. I'd contact your local Venture-Officer and they can help talk you through what you may still need.

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not much Here's the wiki page Looks like campaign setting gnomes of Golarion and Cheliax empire of devils has information. Maybe the new Cheliax book will have more

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I have seen as many as 4. I have not played or read all of the modules though, including Shattered Star for which this set is taken.

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Kalindlara wrote:


If Norgorber's patron still exists - big if, given how secretive he is about his identity - I would guess it's Asmodeus. Look at Norgorber's various functions - that's the sort of thing Asmodeus would want around. And even if Norgorber isn't properly lawful, Asmodeus might have something on him - even as simple as the secret of his identity.

As for the latter question, I'm guessing it depends - most followers will likely make good allies with similar moral bent, though, and (most) gods love that. (Naderi is a good example of an exception.)

I think any of the gods who fought to imprison Rovagug would want a patron god of secrets around. If only to keep the secret on how to free the rough beast, or where any other artifacts of that war are hidden in case he is set free.

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Major_Blackhart wrote:

Alright. Off to download that for kindle.

Specifically, which questions did that actually dance around, the servants of the Lich Lord Tar-Baphon or Ungarato?

the taiga giant is brought up as are the servants and a lot of information on Zutha

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Galnörag wrote:

Anyone else opening a case/brick get any boxes that didn't have a Large figure in one box? One of my boosters had 4 mini's, and none of them was large (it also didn't have the large mini plastic insert) so the box was lighter and rattlier. My set is complete, so I'm not really vexed, just odd.

Also rarity wise I probably could have used less alien tentacle large figures and more golems, based on what I'm likely to need in volume.

the pack that had the iron maiden came that way for me

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I think of the eye to be similar of the Kessel run in Star Wars ... Something that skillful captains brag how close to the eye they have gotten

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Marco Massoudi wrote:
Peppepeppe69 wrote:
Sorry folks, bur someone have informations about the fact that Iconic Heroes 3 is still not arrived in European shops. Are 2 weeks that I search every web-shop in England, Germany, france and Italy and no one know something when the package will arive. I have not ordered to the Paizo store because I don't want to risk custom fees bit it is very strange this lackness of informations.

It´s true. Still not available in Europe...

While Iconic Heroes Set 1 was available in great quantities, Set 2 is available in smaller quantities and Set 3 isn´t available at all.

Also still no word on Set 4 is very unprofessional - from Wizkids - not from Paizo.

my guess would be that they are working on 4-6 and know the rough idea of what will be in each. But I wouldn't be surprised if they can't announce anything until the sculpts are approved, so if they need to adjust the characters found in each set to reflect additional time needed via sculpt or paint changes

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I think that once these are used more openly they are more likely to get Pawn sets as it is now most adventure path and chronicles monsters are not used outside of their source path. They could be mentioned elsewhere but early do they show up in adventures my guess is that they don't want to wate the art for that page on the monster that only people who have X book knows what it looks like.

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I've opened half of my case so far - the worst paint job goes to the dwarf sundering axe - it looks like Seelah from the heros and monsters set's white cousin. And I wish someone would tell wizkids that when they are painting the eyes, they should also paint lips on humanoids.everything else has been painted to or above expectations

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These are the wiki articles for the Foxglove family:

Aldern Foxglove
Zeeva Foxglove
Traver Foxglove
Cyralie Foxglove
Iesha Foxglove
Vorel Foxglove
Sendeli Foxglove

The Foxglove Family
The family tonhouse
The Family Manor house

Its pretty much everything that has been printed.

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wraithstrike wrote:
blackbloodtroll wrote:

I like that explanation...

If I wasn't making this check, would I be considered in "immediate danger"?

If yes, you can't Take 10. If no, you can Take 10.

I also like it.

<sarcasm>To go back to the jumping a 10 foot hole;

1)If your feet are 10 feet from the edge, and you are not tied to something, then yes the government considers you in immediate danger.

2)to answer your question, Yes, if you tried to proceed over that 10 foot area and did not try to make this check walking straight out you would be intermediate danger, so by the explanation as quoted, you would not be able to take 10.
</sarcasm>

Another question to counter the explanation I quoted in the 10 foot hole scenario:
So a ready action happens before the thing it is interrupting correct?
If the 'immediate danger' only counts if you are in danger before the attempt.... what about a scenario where there is someone stealthed with a bow, with a readied action to hit the first person that tried to jump the pit while they were in the air. If they don't make the jump, they are not in immediate danger, but as soon as they make the jump, before the results are determined, they are (yes something like this came up in a PFS game when it was a bad guy jumping the pit). Do you just modify the difficulty of the jump to simulate the twisting away from a arrow midair? or do they count as in "immediate danger" before the jump because they will be attacked, even if there are no hostile people visible? What if the 'archer' is a indiana jones style dart trap that attacks you as soon as you pass between two points (directly over the pit)? What if the first 20 feet on the other side is an illusion, and the actual pit is 30 feet wide not 10? especially in the last case. You're trying to jump 10 feet across a 30 foot pit.

I guess what I'm trying to say is why should we as GMs have to give PCs 'free perception checks' as part of the jump check. Perception isn't part of the skill. So in those instances either the check is always dangerous, or they take damage because it "wasn't dangerous before you jumped, but became so as soon as you left the ground, if you had rolled, you might have made it though".

I would posture that the same danger is posed by jumping without doing a perception check of the room. If you specifically look to the other side and confirm there is a landing zone, you should be alright to take ten. If you don't know where you are going to land, you may hit gravel, a loose rock, a slippery (wet or moss covered) rocks. It happens at least once a season in Cop shows either the bad guy misjudges where he's going to land or the cop does during a case across rooftops... if its the bad guy, he falls to his death, if its a cop, he grabs onto the side of the roof and let the bad guy get away. As I said in the sarcastic part of my post, unless you take pains to prevent the danger by tying yourself off before jumping, the danger is there.

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Rogar Valertis wrote:
I find it suspect a bunch of revolutionaries had the means to topple a whole nation and access to very powerful magic too.

Have you read the description for Hell's Rebels AP?Yeah, these cost a little more than a 5th level PC has, but who knows, if a PC gets to 20th level toppling a government... they'll have rooms full of treasure to spend on vorpral, soul sucking guillotines.

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The Wiki has a little more information for them. But it only has 3 sources listed... There may be more out there.

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I'm pretty sure all of his appearances have been mentioned in this thread.

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xeose4 wrote:
For those of you who do not know what a lunar naga looks like, they're not at all hard on the eyes (pic here) and, I mean, compared to normal naga.

If you're going to show the lunar naga, you might as well actually show Celeste

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