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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. 5,836 posts (5,934 including aliases). 9 reviews. 1 list. 4 wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 17 aliases.


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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.

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.

Silver Crusade

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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.

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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!

Silver Crusade

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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...

Silver Crusade

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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!

Silver Crusade

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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.

Silver Crusade

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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.

Silver Crusade

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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.

Silver Crusade

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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.

Silver Crusade

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I really hope they find room for an Occult Vigilante.

Because WHO KNOWS what evil lurks in the hearts of men?

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[tangent] Does anyone else hope the Evil Iconics are just the Hell's Rebels iconics with goatees?[/tangent]

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Part 3 of the Trilogy: Hell's Revolution

Kill the Devil and Take her Throne!

Take control of Cheliax, whether you overthrow one tyranny for a new one, or work to redeem the nation from within depends on whether you were a Rebel or a Revenger.

A capstone Module for characters of 17th level or Above!

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I'm working on a homebrewed Distant Worlds campaign for a group of my players.

So here's the basic idea. (Warning Long)

Spoiler:

The Dark Tapestry is not empty. The Dominion of the Black exists there plotting their blasphemous experiments for their bizarre empire.
Now they seek to expand to Golarion's star. They have a powerful super weapon that could mean the end of all life on the worlds surrounding the sun as we know it.
The Spider Moon, was once the living home world of the peaceful, if strange looking Flumph race. What it's name once was, only the Flumph exiles remember.

An invasion and experiment cancerized the Spider Moon, making it a living supership, capable of surviving the darkness of space or in the heart of a star. From the Spider Moon, the Dominion could launch large scale invasions, using the moon to breathe mutating agents into a world's atmosphere, transforming the genetics of a world into more kinds of Dominion aliens.
But it was a slow process, taking hundreds of years to completely transform a world, removing all resistance. Until the discovery of Yig. A foetal elder god, found floating in space. Anything approaching Yig was driven mad, or hopelessly mutated by its warp wave aura. But the Dominion is madness incarnate, and are the dead, broken end of a similar evolutionary path. They took the sleeping Yig from space and turned it into the brain of the Spider-Moon. With a new body Yig subjugated the Dominion forces on the Spider Moon, and improved the operation. With its divine power it would be able to burrow into the heart of a star, and warp the positive energy that sends life to everything in a solar system. Within a day the closest planets to the star would be completely warped, within a week the furthest planet would be completely warped.
The problem is gravity wells, the Spider Moon can not warp space and travel between star systems within a certain range of a star's gravity well. So it is forced to make a slow journey across the planetary orbits before it can reach the sun.
A generation ago, a team of adventurers from multiple planets in Golarion sought fortune, glory and all that jazz. Having crazy pulp style adventures, romances and sweet space battles.
They fought Dominion forces at the edge of known space. They lost.
Barely escaping on their Aethyrship the "Starfinder" they put their children into hiding, on Golarion and vowed to find a way to destroy the Spider Moon before it reaches the sun.
Our heroes are the children of the Starfinders. Protected by their anonymity in a small village in [Decide Start Location]. Our adventure kicks off with spooky alien encounters, villagers are being abducted by a science crew, and replaced with hollow clones. Our heroes will: meet a flumph warning of the Dominion.
Learn their guardian is more than she seems.
Rescue the townsfolk from a damaged Dominion liveship and be given the quest of finding the original Starfinder ship and collecting its crew or their research from across the planets to stop Yig the Spider Moon from evolving all life in the Solar system into Dominion forces.

Inspiration comes from Mikaze's rad idea

Tweaked somewhat for my own inscrutable purposes.

Right now I'm trying to figure out where to start the campaign.

In the first adventure I want to have a very X-Files like feel, so a small town, the heroes grew up in and are returning to, and it's all about alien abductions.

In between the beginning and the end of the campaign.

I want to begin with an alien invasion, and end with the heroes as the alien invaders. I want the players to eff the ineffable.

Along the way

Spoiler:
They'll become champions of the Akiton Gladiatorial pits, learn the secret history of Sovyrian's Elven population, earn their own Aethyrship, recruit the robots of Aballon, steal a powerful weapon from the Drow, ride with Space dragons, learn an apocalyptic Eoxian ritual, learn how to heal Dominion genetic tampering, and finally kill a planet.

Silver Crusade

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To be honest with you the flavour sounds more fitting with channeling and communing with spirits of specific dead people than the previous iteration.

I am excite.

Dark Archive

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Arachnofiend wrote:
Dragon78 wrote:
Wait there are 4 versions of blackjack in pathfinder?
To be fair, there are like, six different Spidermans.

Spiders-Man.

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Kingmaker Origin Stories

These are short adventures supposed to be played in conjunction with character creation.

Then you can just do some hex travel on the Road between Restov and Oleg's.

Silver Crusade

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What RobRendell said.
;)

Dark Archive

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THE THCARLET PUMPERNICKEL!

Silver Crusade

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The scarlet pimpernel!

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I like the idea of the rebellion year, it'd be so tempting to have competing groups running through Hell's Rebels, Hell's Revenge, Skull & Shackles and Council of Thieves capping off with a massive battle between CG, LE, CN and NG parties from all those APs.

Silver Crusade

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You've spent more hours in Homebrew content than official adventure content.

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I follow one key rule when making decisions like that:

Will this be Rad?

So do what you feel is raddest for your players!

(I vote giant horror troll. Although magic immunity is lame, I'd go with decent Spell Resistance).

Silver Crusade

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NPCs you had to make up on the fly somehow become integral members of the kingdom's inner circle.

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I played him as an evil Thurston Howell. Looks down on the PCs due to their lack of pedigree, oblivious to the fact he's outmanoeuvred by Pitax, powerless against the barbarians and heedless of the people he's supposed to represent.

Drelev was a character my PCs really hated. I played his wife like Mallory Archer.

Silver Crusade

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This is a friendship problem. If Player T has no other time to socialise with friends and sort through problems, get support and whatnot, of course she's going to latch on to game night as the opportunity to do so.

As for player A, it's not my place to analyse someone I've never met. But I'm going to do it anyway. Sounds like he's taken all his internal frustration and is pushing it out on other people. Empathy and listening are free, and if he can't afford to do that for a friend, that's very sad indeed.

Go out to dinner, socialise. Rejuvenate your friendships and remember why you like each other in the first place. Then make it clear, game night is for gaming.

So be excellent to each other, and party on dudes*.

*

Spoiler:
Dudes is an all inclusive catch-all that encompasses all genders, including agendered and all races, species, ages and sentient clouds of gas.

Silver Crusade

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My god it's full of spam.

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My only complaint is that Div was included but Genie wasn't.

Genies are THE iconic outsider for summoning.

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Manufacture a war, and train an army of Clones to serve the council and then betray them.

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I build my campaigns on a single premise:

"Will this be rad?"

Dinosaurs trapped in a secret underground land presided over by psychic pterasaurs, where their only allies are primitive ape-men?

The answer seems to be: Yes. This will be rad.

Make it so.

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Avengers 2: 2 Many Avengers

Was incredible, they fit a lot of story into it. I might be biased (I saw it a charity fan screening. Full of enthusiastic cosplaying nerds). Still there was plenty of story for every character.

Ultron was an awesome robot. The thing I love about his personality:

Spoiler:
Is that he's basically Evil Mirror of Stark, and there's something subversive about him being played by James Spader.

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Bjørn Røyrvik wrote:
The only excuse for that droid is if it's punted by a stormie and destroyed at some point. I'm in the 'this is probably going to be pretty meh at best, likely even worse' camp myself. I want it to be good. I like (most of) what Disney did with John Carter except marketing, Marvel has been meh to good, but going by how they've treated the rest of the SW universe (the new Marvel comics, Rebels) and the trailer, I am not expecting it to be anything but a disappointment.

I love the Rebels cartoon series (dat season one finale), I love the comics (feels like an extension of the movies) and I love the little ball robot especially since it's mostly practical effects.

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I know some players who would never let that tiara go.

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The best Spider-Man television show is Spectacular Spider-Man any Netflix style series should just adapt that.

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I... may have... watched it all over the weekend.

It is single handedly the best superhero TV show ever. I don't normally go for Dark 'n' Gritty, but Daredevil handles it the best of any show I've ever seen.

The hallway fight will always stick in my head as one of the most brutal fights I've ever seen.

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DeciusNero wrote:

Rebellious hellknights and Skum?! Is there a veiled master behind all this? The plot thickens!

OmegaZ wrote:
Hellknights of the Torrent? Color me interested. I'm thinking they're the naval order?
Not sure - the little blurb I found references the order as "nomadic man-hunters". So glorified bounty hunters, maybe?

That or professional hen's night party throwers.

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