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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 2013 Dedicated Voter, 2014 Star Voter, 2015 Star Voter. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Tales Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 5,916 posts (6,019 including aliases). 9 reviews. 1 list. 4 wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 17 aliases.


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Milo v3 wrote:
Only reason I can think they'd do this is that it just makes it the same as golarion... which is a rather poor reason in my opinion. Hopefully a developer can give some insight.

The rulebooks are supposed to be support for Golarion.

But honestly I'm not a fan of long lifespans and high starting ages even in traditionally long lived races. I'd prefer everyone work off human starting ages and vary when middle and old age rules kick in.

50 year old elf teens are just silly.

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Hrrrng

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This is easy:

All prepared 9 level casters cast like Arcanists.
All prepared 6 level casters cast like Arcanists, but with bard spells per day -1 of highest level.
All prepared 4 level casters cast like Bloodragers but with one less spell per day.

Played this way before anyone even invented Arcanists spellcasting. Best of both worlds, hybrid prepared spontaneous casting is much closer to the fiction.

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I would love to do a cyberpunk Avatar 1099 setting.

Where the Avatar is a bad guy and nonbenders use cybernetics to keep up with Benders.

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The spam is coming from inside the threads.

Specifically the Legendary Planet kickstarter threads.

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LazarX wrote:
DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:

Back to the topic at hand.

The Psychic class should have a pool of points that it can draw from before taking Non-Lethal Damage, which would give players a reason to take the class beyond a dip.

Say 4 + Con /level. It means that you don't take damage right away and a dedicated psychic can build up a phrenic pool that lets them cut loose before they start taking non-lethal damage due to strain.

That's what specializations to reduce burn, and the gather energy maneuver are for. The class does not need any power ups.

Again, the discussion is about updating the skill based green ronin psychic to Pathfinder. Psionics and Occultism need not apply. :-/

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It's German, it means Master of Dudes.

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Kyo Yamato wrote:

Can't wait to get the book already.

I think one of the reasons this class is so popular is because everybody has an element which you can feel related to. (a favorite classic element)

I for one relate most to Aethyr, because I like to Force Choke people who's lack of faith I find disturbing.

Silver Crusade

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But if you play five kineticists, can you take a teamwork feat to work together and summon Golarion's greatest champion?

CAPTAIN PLANET!

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Gom Gom deserves an iconic write up.

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Guards! Guards! wrote:

"They may be called the Palace Guard, the City Guard, or the Patrol. Whatever the name, their purpose in any work of heroic fantasy is identical: it is, round about Chapter Three (or ten minutes into the film) to rush into the room, attack the hero one at a time, and be slaughtered. No-one ever asks them if they wanted to.

This book is dedicated to those fine men."

It's the class with enough feats to make Sword-and-Board work as a legitimate combat strategy, in a way the Paladin is too feat starved to do and the Barbarian is too smash-focused to accomplish.

It's the class that represents the normal guy, the chump kid who left his podunk town to find adventure and fortune in the big city. Sure he's often over his head, but while the wizard is staring at his character sheet trying to find the perfect magical solution to whatever predicament the PCs are in this week, and the rogue is arguing with the GM what constitutes cover, and the Barbarian is still fatigued after coming down from his frothing mad-on. The fighter knows what the deal is:

Pointy end, goes in the other guy.

Oh sure, it's not fancy, or flexible, nor does it have any of that sexy resource management so many other classes get, but while everyone else is playing solitaire on their character sheets, the fighter knows exactly what he's going to do on his turn. Roll a d20 and hit absurdly well.

And when the enemy dominates him, because of his low Will save, he will very carefully, and politely rip the nearest party member to shreds, before anyone can say:
"But fighters suck."

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A tarrasque.

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This is my flag button. There are many like it but this one is mine.

My flag button is my best friend. I must master it as I master my life.

My flag button without me is useless. Without my flag button, I am useless. I must flag spam posts true. I must flag more accurately than my enemy who is trying to spam me. I must flag him before he spams me. I will...

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Fantastic, I'll give the updated version a read and I'll post a review later :-)

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Toxititian, making better minds... THROUGH SCIENCE!

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Our first Neutral Evil iconic.

The Lem vs Meligaster will be a rap battle for the ages.

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Sounds like you folks are having a great time. Giantslayer looks like a solid AP with classic themes, it might be a few years before my group runs it.

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I respect any spirit who is the source of my favourite spirits.

Silver Crusade

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I see books 1&2 as fantasy heroes vs the machines, and parts 3&4 as fantasy heroes vs aliens.

Liberty's Edge

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DON'T TELL ME WHAT TO DO WITH MY CUTTLEFISH COMPANION. MY PARENTS DIED AT SEA!

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Set wrote:
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Set wrote:

This class looks like it would very well suit the Wendo practitioners in the Mwangi Expanse, channeling their wendo spirits / loa. More so than the Juju Oracle, for that matter.

* You should totally write this up for a future Wayfinder issue. *

I'm already a bit 'eh' on the idea of the Egyptian gods being a part of a fantasy world, I'm not sure I'd want to continue in that vein by writing up voodoo / Yoruba loa as Medium spirits to channel, and I really don't know anything about the *individual* wendo in Golarion.

Not that Chango and Baron Samedi and Erzuli wouldn't be fantastic and flavorful 'spirits' to channel, but it wouldn't feel as 'Golarion' to me as (for example) a Medium who 'channels' the Runelords (even if they aren't all technically dead...), and has a gluttonous necromancer mode and a super-angry hair-trigger evoker mode and a flirty seductive enchanter mode.

A channeling Medium tapping into some other 'pantheon' could be interesting too, such as the Orc pantheon or the Elf pantheon or the Godclaw.

What about channeling the forgotten Small Gods of the Sarkoris?

Silver Crusade

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If stalker and avenger aren't getting spells, then I don't want Warlock and Zealot to get the same number of talents AND spells for free.


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NONE MORE GOTHIC.

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I like running premade adventures and using those to riff off during the game. Kingmaker is a wonder for that. I find that if I try to run a purely spontaneous session, my brain grabs for the easiest tropes and answers to keep the game flowing.
Having resources, random tables, and a good bank of knowledge is essential to any kind of spontaneous game.

I look at it like playing jazz, you should still learn how try write and play traditional songs, and see how they work before you start pulling apart the pieces.

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Liz Courts wrote:
I think you mean "Be Excellent to Each Other," or "Be Not the Cretin." :P

And party on!

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Whether it's talents or archetypes, I think there should be a way to play a masked vigilante with a loyal horse, or riding dog.

Bonus points if it lets you disguise the horse.

What about a talent that lets you get a loyal pet, because who doesn't love Ace the Bathound.

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I plan on having Xoud be at war with a Mindflayer who has been replacing the citizens of the town with Android clones.

Silver Crusade

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Pros of Psionics:


  • Fun, system balanced against daily spells.
  • Integrates pretty easily with most campaigns.
  • Allows for some unique concepts that otherwise can't be expressed.

Cons of Psionics:

  • Flavor can sometimes feel out of place in some campaigns.
  • People on messageboards can't talk about it with civility for five posts because gamers are so opinionated they need to get the last word in, even when they fundamentally agree.
  • Psionic crowns are silly.

I think that about sums it up.

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Congrats USA.

I hope Australia can get its act together soon.

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I am excite.

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I hope she has a few ranks in craft pottery

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I think it's too early to panic.

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The best terrible movie you'll see all year.

Silver Crusade

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Kingpin.

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Siege of Lothal was everything great about Star Wars, boiled down to one hour of great TV.

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Morgo aka Not Morgo.

Goblin born with fire brand
Name him Morgo - Chief's Right Hand
But Morgo's true love is the sun,
it burns so bright and it's so much fun.

So when Not Morgo wear red outfit,
his chopper is sharp and torch is lit!
Not Morgo prowl the streets til sunrise,
burn the bad dogs, fry the badguys!

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Arokora Arokora - The Blackbird.

As a child he was kidnapped from his tribe, and his wings were clipped. Living in a cage as an oddity for his Chelish master. He eventually set himself free. Unable to fly home, he lived among the rooftops of Westcrown. Eventually eking out a humble living as a Chimney Sweep.

However the injustices that plague the city burn his heart, and at night he flies over the streets of the city as The Blackbird, the silent wings of justice will not bear tyranny, nor slavery.

When the shadow falls over criminals during the full moon, they flinch in fear from the feathered fury.

Liberty's Edge

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I AM THE SUBAQUATIC DARKNESS...

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xevious573 wrote:
Well, honestly. I prefer to keep the "supernatural", if you will, extraordinary abilities as close to or after 6th level. E6, Alexandrian's "Calibrating Expectations", and all that shenangians. I realize this is supposed to be the "Superhero" class... but Level 2 is way to early for that type of Superhero ability to show up for a Mundane.

I on the other hand think fighters and non spellcasters should get nice things.

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You expected Batman, but instead we got.

This.

Liberty's Edge

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I AM THE SUBAQUATIC DARKNESS!
I AM THE ABYSSOPELAGIC LAYER!
I EXERT THE PRESSURE OF JUSTICE ON THE METAZOIC CREATURES WHO LURK IN THE DEEP!
I AM THE HERO THE OCEAN DESERVES!

I AM YOUR SEMIAMPHIBIOUS KNIGHT!

MY PARENTS DIED AT SEA!

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Sometimes the dice have a story to tell and we can only marvel as they change the game in front of us.

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Frank: "Who CARES what evil lurks in the hearts of men?"
Sadie: "So long as they're carrying the Martini tray darling."
*Clink*

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This pleases me.

Sudden idea with Iron Gods spoilers:

Spoiler:
An occultist that uses technology haunted by the crew of the ships that crashed in Numeria.

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I can't wait to do donuts on the Mako on every alien planet I visit.

Everyone's arguments about how the trilogy ended are rendered void, by the fact that the other 300 hours were just rad as hell.

Silver Crusade

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Actually it's: "What bugger left a skull just lying about? I might've tripped on that!"

Great backstory. I'm a fan of a hefty hero.

Dark Archive

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Imma let you finish but Final Fantasy VI was the greatest final fantasy game of ALL TIME.

Of. All. Time.

Although IX comes close.

I am however very excited about the VII remake, there's a lot of interesting possibilities with that game.

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I would like to see the Cleric re-imagined, to fill it out with some more class features. Or maybe domain powers that fill out the progression just so the class isn't so dull as you level.

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LET THEIR BLOOD RAIN FROM THE SKYYYYYYYYYY!

Suggested caption for that last picture.

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Megaman 2, so inspirational there are at least 2 bands that based their music off the franchise. The Megas and the Protomen, but also see Mega Ran.

Final Fantasy VI. Terra's theme is beautiful in every rendition. Dancing Mad is just the bomb diggity.

But I should point out that Mario Bros and Tetris are perfect earworms.

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