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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 6 Season Star Voter, 7 Season Marathon Voter, 8 Season Marathon Voter, 9 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 2,939 posts (2,943 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 1 alias.


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Oh, wow! Congratulations and best of luck in whatever you do next. This place won't be the same without your Ginja-ness!


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Zaister wrote:
I meant in this thread. People seem to want that a lot and I'm just wondering where that comes from.

Sometimes you just gotta wendi-go with it.


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Dragon78 wrote:
So who wants to guess what creature type/subtype Krampus will be?

Strangely sentient ooze.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
Metal masters?! What the heck is that?!

I think that was a late night video show on MTV back in the 80s.


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Dragon78 wrote:
It was the "Ask James Jacobs", he said there were giant roaches in there but had to be cut.

So you're saying there was a roach clip?


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Rysky wrote:
Ithaqua?! The Wind-Walker?!?! F~** YEAH!

I thought that was Ameriqua.


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Oooh! New gremlin!!!

(Isn't it about time they got themselves their own subtype? Equal time for Gremlins!!!)


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Sugar. Spice. And Everything Nice.

Along with a healthy dose of Chemical X.


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Likelikelikelikelikelikelikelikelikelike.


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Digging it. Hopefully between this and books like Ultimate Intrigue, we might be moving in a direction towards alternative means of advancing in class and level beyond just the traditional "killin' stuff."


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Luthorne wrote:
Might need to wait for Dance Halls of Golarion for that one, though...

With the Dance Hall Daze feat?

(Now I've got Wang Chung stuck in my head.)


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Mark Moreland wrote:
The fallout from Rexit will take generations to fully comprehend.

Rexit?

Or NEXit?


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Umbral Reaver wrote:
In the future, attention span has been monetized so heavily that attention itself is now currency.

Good lord. If their attention span in the future is anything comparable to that of modern people, the economy must be bankrupt.


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Mark Moreland wrote:
It is very similar to the Books of the Damned and Chronicle of the Righteous. There are no new Eldest, but they each get a full write-up with obediences and such.

Even the long-lost Count Ranalc?

(pleasepleasepleaseplease...)


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Needs to be a hardcover. (╯°□°)╯︵ ┻━┻

But seriously... WOOHOOO!!!!


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I'd love to see different forms of currency for different planets/systems/regions, but I suspect that will probably not be the case (and I can see why; like with languages, once you start getting too "realistic" it can bog down gameplay too much).

Ideally, though, give different currencies for each region, with a standard "galactic" sort of currency that is able to be used in most areas that have contact with the "core"/Absalom Station.


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I doubt Paizo will go this route, but I'd love to see a sci-fi take on the classic Castle Amber module for D&D. PCs find themselves stranded on a derelict ship, only to find that that they have to contend with a crew driven mad by isolation and the invasion of evil creatures, and have to find a way to find and free the chief engineer from his hibernation capsule so that he can repair the ship and take them home.


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Tacticslion wrote:

I agree with most of Malwing's post above, and I wanted to point out something from it.

Malwing wrote:
Most of the speculation I've seen on Starfinder reflects a lot of D&D history
This right here is something I'm surprised no one has really gone on at length about in this thread.

Another way of looking at Starfinder, and this kind of seems to mesh with what some of the "official" word has been, is that it is reflective of D&D/PF history in a different way- in the way that early TSR had many different games, in addition to D&D, as part of its stable. Games such as Boot Hill, Gangbusters, Gamma World, Metamorphosis Alpha, Top Secret (one of my personal favorites), and- not dissimilar to Starfinder- Star Frontiers.

Most of these had standalone systems that were different from D&D and each other, but at various points along the way, in various editions of those games, efforts were made to either make the mechanics similar to D&D or other games in the line.

It seems to me that Starfinder is really just Paizo testing the waters to do something in that vein, but with an eye towards trying to keep enough mechanics similar that they can still have some degree of cross-product pollination.

Perhaps, if it is successful, they might try similar such products, for different gaming styles (horror, maybe? I know there have been a lot of calls for steampunk Pathfinder, too.)


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It would be interesting to see how/if the exploration rules might be translated for interstellar "sand box" adventuring.


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Snorb wrote:

What I Want From Starfinder:

* Gyrojet pistols/rifles. (Google them, or watch You Only Live Twice.) Seriously, these need more love.

Those could be useful in space combat (actual zero-g, not ship interior combat).


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Spaceship PCS!!!!

(But seriously, maybe some kind of side-system such that as the party grows and levels, their ship can do so alongside them? Learn new maneuvers, gain ship traits, etc.)


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UnArcaneElection wrote:

^New AI God . . . Does this have Harlan Ellison's voice?

Maybe it's Hal 9000's voice, instead?


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thecursor wrote:
Calling it right now: Eox will be Starfinder's "big villain"

Eox shall always win, because their ships need not waste valuable space and resources on such frivolities as "life support" and "crew supplies." :p


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Skaeren wrote:
I'm looking forward to the Technology element for the Kineticist... And wondering why they call it Absolom station and not Babylon station...

Absalom Station, powered by Starstone (tm)!!


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Garrett Guillotte wrote:
I'm really, REALLY curious what Starfinder's space vehicle and zero-g combat will look like. That's been the biggest bear to wrestle with the built-for-2D Pathfinder rules, and I haven't seen anyone solve it particularly well. I haven't solved it very well, and now it looks like I won't have to (or get to).

I'm suddenly reminded of the old 3D Chess they used to play on Star Trek: TNG, but with minis.

But yes, I've pondered the 3-dimensional combat in PF myself (when contemplating a scenario for Superstar the past couple of years; never got to that stage, so didn't need to try and solve it, though.)


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A derelict spaceship can serve as a megadungeon, too; just think of the scavenging scene in The Force Awakens.


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The Aboleth tried their Starstone trick again, but this time they mistakenly shot Golarion itself into deep space...


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Blue Oyster Cult and Joe Satriani


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Speaking of art, I wouldn't mind at all seeing some of the artists on Iron Gods working on this line. In particular, I recall that Lucio Parillo and Miguel Regodon Harkness did some great pieces on Lords of Rust.


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I hope there is a lot of Dominion of the Black nastiness to contend with in this game.

I suspect- given the creative team- there will be. Muahahahaha!


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"Gifted access to a hyperspace dimension by an ascended AI deity..."

Sounds like someone we might already be familiar with.


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Rysky wrote:
Courtesan prestige class?!

Appearing exclusively in "dance halls" across Golarion!!


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Duiker wrote:
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My Self wrote:
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Mounted furies are mounted vigilantes like Zorro whose steeds also have a secret identity.
... What?

He-Man and Battle Cat.

She-Ra and Swift Wind.
Also, Ace and Gary

Blue Falcon and Dyno-Mutt.


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To Insanity... And Beyooond!!!


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This is just plane awesome.


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Aubrey the Malformed wrote:
Vege-people-of-challenged-stature?

Do you mean...

Vege-mites?

:D


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This book better talk about the D'DEW.


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Starstone-related is my guess.


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Ooooh! I'll have to take a look at this!


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Mr. Pedantic wrote:
[pedantic note]Actually, his curse was undone by any moment of perfect happiness. That being sex was basically coincidental.[/pedantic note]

Mr. Pedantic beat me to it. I guess that he earned his name.


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thejeff wrote:
What I'd like to see in that kind of scenario, and what I've done on a smaller scale in past home campaigns, is give the party some kind of magic fast/instant transport that only works once they've somehow activated the next location. In this case it could be old planetary gates or something like that.

There are certainly precedents for that already, the elven gates for one or (my preference) Apostae's portals which, IIRC, may be connected to the Xiomorn (Vault Builders). So if there were a Distant Worlds AP and they wanted to start it on Golarion, either of those would/could be a very real option.


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Neh-Thalggu PCs for the win!


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I hope there is an archetype that requires you to be insane.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
*wonders if there will be an archetype for having a seugathi as an animal companion... *

How about an archetype for being a seugathi's animal companion? :p


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Anything Kyton related in this?


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Tooo Infinity... Annnd Beyonnnd!!!


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Oooh- Armored Battlemage! I've been wanting to see one of those for a while now!


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James Jacobs wrote:
This is kind of the same idea as folks saying "Movies in the past were better than they are today." Not true. It's just that folks don't remember the vast majority of bad movies from the past and do remember the ones that survive the test of time.

Plan 9 From Outer Space would that this were true.


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Liz Courts wrote:
A well-organized ninja is able to eliminate problems with the utmost efficiency, allowing for more frequent problem-solving.

So, Lawful Evil then?


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Guys, I think they're well aware of the slayer issue by now.

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