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Thank you. I'd love to continue but I will be starting graduate school in two weeks. No time for fun and games. :(


Please cancel my Pathfinder Battles Case subscription. I'll be living off student loans in graduate school, making this subscription untenable to continue. This is purely for my own financial reasons, I thoroughly enjoyed the first set put out!

Thanks!


Hi folks,

I'm DMing Feast of Ravenmoor. The module is built for level 3 but I have a group of level 4 characters and I'm trying to boost the module accordingly.

So to the subject: The module includes an Aranea that I am adding a sorcerer level to. I know that sorcerer levels stack with the Aranea as it casts as a sorcerer but do they then get retroactive bloodline powers once I add the class level? (Araneas do not get blood line powers).

Much appreciated


I have a player who wants to know if his accelerated drinker trait affects alchemist extracts and I'm wondering if there's anyone who is more rules-lawyery than me.

The alchemist blurb about extracts on the srd says that it is treated as a potion: "An extract is “cast” by drinking it, as if imbibing a potion—the effects of an extract exactly duplicate the spell upon which its formula is based, save that the spell always affects only the drinking alchemist."

However, I'm hoping that is not the case as that can lead to trouble with double-fisting spells as move actions. Not trying to penalize a clever player but I am looking for rules clarification if anyone has it.

The trait for easy of access:

Accelerated Drinker
Benefit: You may drink a potion as a move action instead of a standard action as long as you start your turn with the potion in your hand.

Much appreciated


Hi gang,

So my group is nearly finished with Haunting of Harrowstone and I want to insert these two aforementioned modules into the campaign. I'm hoping you folks might have some ideas on how to do that.

I have my own ideas based on party composition: the majority of my players are associated with the University of Lepidstadt as graduate students and young assistant professors.

For the Feast of Ravenmoor I was planning on delaying the Trial of the Beast and having one of their Lepidstadt contacts ask them to search for a missing anthropologist who was researching the strange customs of a nearby village (Ravenmoor). Then I would run it as written (with the exception of the taxes).

However I am having trouble deciding how I can hook them into Carrion Hill. Its on the other side of Ustalav and I'd like to keep it there. Any ideas how I can insert this module in before Trial of the Beast? Let me know!

Appreciate it.

Edit: I'm especially interested in running Carrion Hill because it introduces aberrations earlier - making Wake of the Watcher less of an outlier (and it also seems absolutely awesome).


This is probably extremely social science geek of me but I was wondering if anyone knows of any resources out there (perhaps using either Pathfinder sales per city/region (or tabletop sales in general)) to determine rough estimates of gamer population density.

I'm trying to sate my curiosity on whether given stereotypes for high gamer density (i.e. Pacific state population hubs) are true. I have a thing for this sort of stuff.

Thanks!


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