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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 6 Season Dedicated Voter, 7 Season Star Voter, 8 Season Star Voter, 9 Season Dedicated Voter. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Tales Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 6,460 posts (6,641 including aliases). 9 reviews. 1 list. 4 wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 19 aliases.


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Thank you for the great feedback!

I've made some very big revisions to the class:

Tinker 2.0

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BMO wrote:

Oh sweet baby Erastil that is an ugly logo and cover for the core rulebook.

The original mock up logo was a bit flat but at least it was clean. Now it looks like a mishmash of the Animorphs logo and some kind of testosterone-laden military-themed game from the 80s.

As for the cover, while I understand the desire to show off the iconics, the original android/kasatha/ratfolk poster was much better composed. Judging by just about every other hardcover released for the Pathfinder line, we'll actually end up with some kind of intense battle scene that includes an iconic or two. But really hoping that this is just a mock-up placeholder.

Don't get me wrong, I'll still be buying these products, but I REALLY hope that the final product looks a little more appealing. Though I have a feeling the ship has sailed on that unfortunate logo.

From the product page for the official rulebook:

Chris Lambertz wrote:
Now available for preorder! Cover image and description are not final and may vary before release!

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Please excuse my incoming skeptical post, I'm incredibly excited about the first Starfinder AP, and am really chomping at the bit to get to know the story and universe that's being built. I do have some concerns and thought I might voice them.

Disclaimer: I don't know about the economy of these products, and the costs involved, nor am I asking Paizo to defend any pricing decisions they have made. /disclaimer

I'd be fine with bimonthly 64 page adventure, but the cost of this book is only about 8% cheaper than the cost of a 94 page book. While being roughly 30% smaller. Then when you consider that there's a bunch of backmatter content, it's not really a 64 page adventure. Looking at the most recent Pathfinder Module "Seers of the Drowned City", the "Appendices" or backmatter start on Page 46, the adventure starts on page 4. Leaving roughly 42 pages of adventure content, and 18 pages of backmatter.

I'm not worried about being shorted adventure content (I'm confident that I can pad and expand adventures myself), I'm worried I'm not going to get enough backmatter! Since it's been stated that the Adventure Paths will be the primary method of delivering new lore, rules and monsters to the setting only 18 pages of backmatter might not be enough to get the job done.

There's an entire universe to explore in Starfinder, and as a GM I thrive on having more content to build and expand on for my players. To make the universe feel lived in rather than roughly scribbled as we go.

So understand that my issues are only coming from a place of being a bit greedy for content and worrying that I won't feel satisfied with the morsels being delivered when I'm hoping for a feast.

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Mark Seifter wrote:

At least the last time I saw it, like Sutter said, it does indeed leave things in the hands of the GM. Listing an expected level for everything makes it a lot easier for the GM to make those decisions than not listing it, however, and it also makes it easier for the GM to design adventures around expectations as well.

For instance, imagine we did that in Pathfinder, listing all the expected levels for various stat items, weapons, and so on. It would then be much easier for a GM to figure out how to do an automatic bonus progression, or to track where her PCs were sitting compared to those expectations. I certainly wish I had been able to get my hands on something like that when my group first switched to 3.0.

This table would be more useful to me as a GM than a WBL table, because as a GM it's so painful to reverse engineer appropriate gear.

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SLAMS FIST ON TABLE

Now this is the kind of worldbuilding content I come here for!

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baron arem heshvaun wrote:

During the data breach scene there were several code names in the Imperial archive.

Four of them were different aspects of the Death Star, all from Catalyst.

They were named Stellar Sphere, Pax Aurora, Mark Omega, and Celestial Power.

The four aspects that they relate to are an advanced turbolaser project, advanced shields (Stellar Sphere), the hyperdrive/power for the station, and Galen's crystal research (Celestial Power). In the movie there was also Dark Saber and of course Stardust.

I'm just sad they never referred to it as the Murderball from Campaign.

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I AM THE SUBAQUATIC DARKNESS!
I AM THE ABYSSOPELAGIC LAYER!
I EXERT THE PRESSURE OF JUSTICE ON THE METAZOIC CREATURES THAT 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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I find myself posting far less than I used to.
2016 has been a rough year for everyone, but I do lurk on the boards nearly every day. It's still the best resource for mining ideas and sharing experiences.

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1) Make the game easier to run Unify and simplify more rules to be more universally applicable remove ability scores they don't do anything, you only use the modifiers 90% of the time. Make encumberance easier to deal with, limit buffs, simplify math. Removed experience, don't make WBL a second progression, make NPC making easier.

2) Make the game simpler to learn I love CMB/CMD, literally any time a player wants to do something "off book" CMB is the go to, but AoOs punish you for creative play. Simplify magic, I like spell slots but tracking buffs/debuffs needs to be simpler.

3) Make roleplaying and mechanics interact You never have to roleplay in Pathfinder. You might be affected by morale bonuses/penalties but a raging barbarian can still think and plan like a genius wizard. Knowledge checks mean the person rolling knowledge asks the GM to speak in exposition after which the playe says: "I repeat that to the party." Instead they could add facts to the campaign that are retroactively true. There is no status condition for angry, hungry, exhausted, frustrated, happy, or in love.

4) Alter power expectation If a demon lord is CR 20, then a God could Ben CR 25, if most campaigns finish around 15-17 then you can hit that upper echelon of power. A 1st level character should be able to express their concept, a level 15 character should be a refined version.

5) Make power wider not deeper Fighters should be adaptable, not specialised, wizards should be able to do a wide array of things, but not all at once.

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Curse you for making the perfect magic-school campaign location. Because it's constantly moving you can always have new adventuring locations nearby.

YAASSSSSS!


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How many drams to a hogshead again?

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Who is the artist who did the art for Navasi?

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DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:
I'd love to see an all kineticist party, with each character being based off a different element.
Can their powers combine to make one super being?
Not unless Paizo has released a Heart element that I'm unaware of.

I was more thinking along the lines that long ago, the four nations lived together in harmony. Then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked...

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I'd love to see an all kineticist party, with each character being based off a different element.

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Skull and Shackles is the best AP for Pirate themes.

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DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:

I think the individual bits and pieces of the first adventure are great, but yes, a remix is required at the least. The PCs really should have two "Campaign Traits", in the same way that Hell's Rebels has the psuedo-traits for "Why are you at the protest?" as well as a trait that ties into the campaign as a whole.

Were I to run this again: ** spoiler omitted **

Crazy good idea. I like it!

One thing that might be difficult for some groups - certainly mine - is assigning their stats via the Harrow reading. That really eliminates so many options the players may want to use and be excited about.

Not sure I understand what you mean by assigning stats via the Harrow reading? From what I recall each Harrowing gives bonuses to stat based checks based on the book; can't readily remember it ever affecting a PC's statblock

Okay!

So here's how you generate stats using a classic 9 Card Harrow Reading:

Spoiler:

Players start with an 8 in each stat.
Lay out your cards in a 3x3 grid harrow reading.
For each true match of alignment Players gain +4 in that stat. For each partial match, +2 in the stat. For everything else: +1.

After that, your players may swap any two stats.

It's a bit of a mix of old school generation, and the idea is that the players growth is based on the results of the reading.

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I think the individual bits and pieces of the first adventure are great, but yes, a remix is required at the least. The PCs really should have two "Campaign Traits", in the same way that Hell's Rebels has the psuedo-traits for "Why are you at the protest?" as well as a trait that ties into the campaign as a whole.

Were I to run this again:

Level 0 Adventure Seed:
I'd have the PCs start off as orphans in one of Korvosa's orphanages on the day of Ileosa's Wedding to the King. They would meet Zellara the Fortune Teller (which is how I would determine the PC's stats for the campaign).
The PCs would also encounter Gaedren Lamm,rescuing a fellow orphan (perhaps Sabina Merrin?)
At the end of the adventure I'd have the PCs become adopted, by characters who have ties to various factions in Korvosa, and more solidly tie the characters to the location.

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rando1000 wrote:
Thanks for the input. I've got a while to really consider it, I guess I'll just have to purchase Book 6 and see what alternates I come up with to determine if it's feasible or not. I suspect I could make it work, but I'm not 100% sure it's worth it.

Running any E(X) game in a Pathfinder AP, requires altering the challenges to suit the power level. So, as written: No.

However, if you're willing to replace the higher CR foes, and rebuild NPCs/enemies you could have a great time running this or any AP in E10 or E12.

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For some reason I thought this said Eberron Goblin Frontier, and I thought "What a great idea for an alternative Kingmaker type of campaign."

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Rise of the Runelords: Fight monsters of increasing size until you learn the biggest monster was inside you all along.

Curse of the Crimson Throne: Kim Kardashian ruins everything.

Second Darkness: Hate elves yet? Don't worry, you will.

Legacy of Fire Do you hate when your adventures turn into boring shopping trips? Well, be careful what you wish for.


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thecursor wrote:
Thanael wrote:
Star Captain Killjoy wrote:
Gip wrote:

*raises hand*

Gip, Mighteist of Space Pirates™, asks that Goblins be a Core Race.

Motion seconded on behalf of the Imperial Goblin Space Navy (Someday We Might Even Get A Ship!)
Dare I say: We be Goblins ...IN SPAAAAAAACE!
Having a ship requires reading and Goblinz has no time fer nerdy readingz! NERDZ!

Goblins push the buttons hard

pull the lever, twist the knob!
Goblins fly to where it's starred.
Goblins can fly, shoot and rob!

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Hi James, I'm running a Jade Regent campaign (and my players are having a TON of fun!) One of my newer players (joined during the Hungry Storm) is playing a Half-Orc Witch with the Time Patron. She doesn't know who exactly her patron is. I thought one of the Eldest would be good, in particular Shyka who has a vested interest in time.

However, before I reveal that, is there perhaps a powerful Kami or Oni patron I've overlooked who might tie into the Tian cultures more than Shyka?

Would First World figures be known to the Kami, or considered powerful Kami or Oni by such spirits?

She is happy to let me decide who the Patron for her is, and discovering who has been granting her magic is part of her story. I'd really like to tie into both her choice of a Time patron, and where the story is headed (Tian-Xia, Forest of Spirits and Minkai).

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I'm so sad to see you go, I hope that you keep us updated on whatever adventures you embark on next. You're a powerful force for good in the gaming community and have earned the respect and fondness of even the most cantankerous of gamers.

Good luck in all your future endeavours.

I'll admit, some of my proudest posts are the ones favourited by you :-)

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Pro Tip: Tell players to roll the skill check before describing the cool thing they are trying to do. Give them the DC first, and if they succeed at the roll let them narrate their character's success or failure and how/why they succeeded or failed.

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I loved that his comedy was at its best when he was being a little bit frightening and angry with it.

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Ilyana Kadushin did really good work in Bloodbound. 10/10. Would listen again.

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13. Every morning you find a tooth under your pillow, and a copper coin in your mouth.

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I think the first AP would be a bit of a grand tour of the Core Worlds, what is being called the Pact Worlds, if I heard that bit right from the Gen Con panel. Since a lot of the setting information is going to be communicated through the backmatter of APs, giving the players a quest that lets them land on all the Pact Worlds at one point or another might be a good option?

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The opening chapter vignettes are particularly wonderful in this book. I really love the Horror Rules chapter opening with Estra scolding a ghost.

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If I'm playing in an AP then I read the player's guide first. So I can build a character appropriate to the setting.

Then I brainstorm a couple of concepts for the 4 pillars Martial/Skill/Arcane/Divine. Usually using traits from the player's guide as a focus for the beam. This will usually be just a one sentence concept with a campaign trait tagged.

Then I talk to the other players and find out what they are most interested in playing to see if there are any gaps in the party. If there's a clear gap I'll pick a class based on that. If not then I'll pick whatever idea sings to me, I'll work up stats and basics and if I can imagine doing cool stuff I run with it, or move on to the next idea.

Then I try to create a name that sounds funny at first, but gets less funny each time you hear it. (example: Hollow Graves [B.Nec] Necromancer, Ash Q'Asheem and Sharumander Summoner).

Then I write ONE paragraph which tells the GM:

Who I am.
Where I come from.
What I want.
Why I can't have it.

Then that's that.

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If I might make a suggestion, your indecision may be due to the fogginess of your concept.

Remember Pathfinder and D&D variations are primarily heroic fantasy games, allowing you to fulfill archetypes from heroic fantasy fiction.

"Ranged AoE" isn't a character concept any more than "Damage Dealer" or "High AC". Those are benefits a character has, not a concept in and of themselves.

Might I suggest, thinking about a heroic archetype you'd like to fulfill? Then finding an unusual way to fill it?

What if you're a Gandalf type, but you play a storm Druid? (I'll bet you'll be pretty happy with the ranged AoE there)

What if you're a mad-bomber what bombs at midnight, but you're an unchained rogue with an archetype that grants some alchemist goodies?

What if you want to be someone blessed/cursed with elemental power? A Bloodrager, a Sorcerer/Fighter/Dragon-Disciple, or Kineticist might fit the bill.

I dunno, I find it hard to build characters around abstractions like damage output. However building "the best spy in Brevoy", or "Exile from a Foreign Land", or "Kid with his first sword and a naive sense of honor" is easy to build for.

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I will holler for this until the end of time.

Journey to the Centre of Golarion.

An expedition that begins on the surface and then never sees the light of day again. A tour of the Darklands, the Vaults and all the wonders therein. With sweet nods to Jules Verne along the way.

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It's been nearly six years since I wrote this stuff.

Here's an alternative Chaotic Good origin that has better links to Brevoy.

The Rebels
Chaotic Good
History: You're a member of a rebel cell that has longed chafed under Issia's iron rule of Brevoy. You've done little to overthrow the tyrant Noleski Surtova, besides sew dissent and rouse rabble. Tonight though you're going to do something real to get those Issians to stand up and listen.
Rebellious Mind-Set: You gain a +2 bonus on saves to resist charm and compulsion effects, furthermore you may treat Diplomacy or Intimidate as a class skill.
Recommended Races, Ethnicities: Human (Brevan, Iobarian, Varisian, Taldan, Ulfen), Half-Orc, Half-Elf, Halfling, Gnome.
Core: Barbarian, Bard, Cleric, Druid, Fighter, Ranger, Rogue, Sorcerer, Wizard.
Classes
Base: Alchemist, Oracle, Vigilante, Witch
Hybrid: Arcanist, Bloodrager, Brawler, Hunter, Shaman, Skald, Slayer, Swashbuckler, Warpriest
Occult: Kineticist, Medium, Mesmerist, Spiritualist
GM Opening Encounter:

Spoiler:

Quote:
You are gathered together in Restov. The local Bank of Abadar is closing up and a wagon is being loaded with the day's takings. As tempting a prize as that is for the cause you aren't here for that. While the guards are distracted your goal is to sneak into the Vault, and take the bank's copies of the deeds to some Issian holdings in Rostland territories. You're going to take your lands back, one way or another.

Getting into the Bank shouldn't be two difficult while the guards are distracted the PCs can attempt a DC 15 Stealth check to get into the bank. Give them a bonus for entering at dusk, and if they fail a DC 12 Bluff check might get the PCs past the guards.

(Otherwise they can come back later using climbing equipment to get in through the stained glass dome).

Once the PCs are in they need only search the Bank a successful DC 12 Perception check can get them to the right lock-box. It will take a DC 25 Disable Device, or DC 30 Strength check to open the lock-box. The characters can take 20, and use Aid Another on these checks. There is an alarm (CL 5) spell on the lockboxes which can be disabled with a successful DC 26 Disable Device check. Once the PCs are successful they can seek to make their getaway with the deeds. They have a contact who they need to take the deeds to. If the alarm is triggered have nearby guards give chase (use urban chase card rules if you want to spice things up).

If the PCs want to loot the bank, you can let them, there is 250 gp easily accessible in the bank.

Once the PCs make their getaway. They should take the deeds to their contact. Calling himself the Secret Sword, he has a hideout in the basement of a local pub named The Quiet Night Inn. Upon handing over the deeds the masked man thanks the PCs for their ingenuity. At this point there is a crash from above: The bar is being raided by Issian Soldiers.

Quote:
"Dammit, it sounds like you weren't as careful as you thought. You've been followed. Get out of here, lay low. I'll be in touch." The Secret Sword races up the stairs to meet the soldiers head on.

The Secret Sword Human Swashbuckler (Mysterious Avenger) 5

Issian Soldiers (x6) Human Warrior 1

The players can either sneak or fight their way out.

Days later, as the party holes up in a safe-house. There is a knock on the safehouse door.

Quote:
"Let me in," the familiar voice of The Secret Sword on the other side of the door. You lost track of him after the raid.

The Secret Sword assures the party he was not followed, and a DC 10 Perception check verifies he is alone. Once the PCs open the door, the Secret Sword comes inside and says:

Quote:
"Listen, you've done an amazing thing by stealing these deeds from under those Issian bastard's noses. But we weren't counting on Gargoyle surveillance. You've been spotted, and they have your descriptions. It's not safe for you to be in Brevoy."

At this point let the players exclaim and respond.

Quote:

"Hold friends. You've done a great service to Rostland, and Rostland repays its debts," at which point the Secret Sword takes off his mask. Revealing the face of Javoci Ladovka, a Sword Lord of Brevoy.

"One of these deeds you took was in fact the Exploration Rights to a tract of land South East of Restov. It's called appropriately enough, the Stolen Lands. As a Sword Lord of Brevoy, I have both the right and privilege to imbue you all with the right to explore and colonize those lands. Technically you'll be outside Brevoy's lawful borders and can not be pursued for your crimes here."
Ladovca smiles.
"So in order to throw off suspicion myself and a few other Brevic nobles are sending forth "adventuring parties", on a mission of exploration to the South. Play your cards right and we might be able to build an alliance that could throw off Issian rule once and for all. What say you?"

After this give the PCs some horses, wagons and supplies and send them forth on the road to Oleg's, the Stolen Land awaits and a kingdom built by rebels is in the cards.

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Kingmaker Outcasts Origin could work well.

Serpent's Skull (could work, players are all prisoners bound for the colonies).

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Does anyone else look at the final cover and think #SquadGoals ?

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"Don't kid yourself Jimmy. If a cow ever got the chance he'd eat you and everyone you care about."

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If someone confirms that there is a section or subheading in this book titled: "First World Problems", I will pre-order the book right now.

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:

What I want to see, Pt. 1:

Giffs.

Like... animated cat pictures?

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The Millenium Falcon (Star Wars)
Serenity (Firefly)
The Normandy (Mass Effect)

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DM_aka_Dudemeister wrote:
Theliah Strongarm wrote:
Milo v3 wrote:
.... There doesn't need to be a leadership feat for you to be able to have underlings, just have underlings.
OK, but if you get underlings at 1st level, you could call on them to soften up tough opposition. I find that overpowered. That way, you continually are going in for the final punch and getting the credit for the kill. And all your crew are dead or unconscious. And they still follow you around. And you don't lose any. Even when they realize that they're going headfirst into the danger, they still follow you.

What are you Zap Brannigan? Sending wave after wave of soldiers until the killbots reached their maximum kill count and claiming victory?

An excellent strategy.

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Theliah Strongarm wrote:
Milo v3 wrote:
.... There doesn't need to be a leadership feat for you to be able to have underlings, just have underlings.
OK, but if you get underlings at 1st level, you could call on them to soften up tough opposition. I find that overpowered. That way, you continually are going in for the final punch and getting the credit for the kill. And all your crew are dead or unconscious. And they still follow you around. And you don't lose any. Even when they realize that they're going headfirst into the danger, they still follow you.

What are you Zap Brannigan? Sending wave after wave of soldiers until the killbots reached their maximum kill count and claiming victory?

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Kasatha.

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Matthew Pittard wrote:
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Danubus wrote:
I had an android worship Siri from the iPhone once. She gained self awareness and took over satellites in a post apocalyptic game we played. In Starfinder I hope we can worship Casandalee. Maybe she is like running Absolam space station like Mother did in the Rai comics from Valiant comics
That gives me an idea: Anti-paladin of GLaDOS. Takes it as a sacred duty to inflict status ailments and observe/record the outcome.
GlaDOS? A petty upstart. The only AI that matters meatbag is SHODAN.

Ahem.

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Unique ships for various cultures.
Dwarven Space Citadels overrun by Orks on their Junkships.
Elven living ships, grown from seeds which can generate atmosphere and gravity.

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I want to run Iron Gods just so that when I run Starfinder the players will have had direct influence on a key feature of the setting.

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Yesssss! YEESSSS!

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STAR FINDER

My excitement can not be contained!

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Soon it will be time for the real Iron God.

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RainyDayNinja wrote:
Is there any good in-universe reason why Stark shouldn't incorporate the web-shooters into the Iron Man suit?

Branding.

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