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Tectorman wrote:
"Casting an evil-aligned spell is an evil-aligned action" only comes into play once the individual campaign setting has been chosen.

The Pathfinder game makes lots of assumptions about the individual campaign setting. The whole fire-and-forget spellcasting concept is a big example.

This particular assumption is one you don't like, and (probably) wasn't explicitly there until now. Like most such assumptions, it can be avoided or worked around, even more easily than fire-and-forget spellcasting can.

[And, as a side note, thank you to the 3PPs, and occasional Paizo material, which help me avoid fire-and-forget spellcasting: psionics, spheres of power, the kineticist, strange magic, and I'm sure there are more I'm forgetting. I love alternate magic systems.]


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I would strongly urge you to get a copy of Cerulean Seas, if you don't have it, and borrow whatever water-related mechanics you might need rather than reinventing any wheels. With credit given, of course. In fact, I think that's one of the things the OGL was intended to encourage in the first place.

Plus, comparing how another product that is well-liked covers a similar topic can help your own product.

Plus, it's pretty awesome, and worth owning for its own sake.


I hadn't heard of this product before. When was it released? And who forgot to close an italics tag?


Syrus Terrigan wrote:


ISSUE TWO

My GM has threatened to run a pure counterspell "blue mage" against us. I think it's a direct result of the roflstomping I handed him Monday night in a couple of games of EDH (Rubinia Soulsinger is a BEAST!!). Knowing what I know about him, I wouldn't be surprised if this "blue mage" is at least level 10 -- that's gonna muck with my contributions in a big way.

Any recommendations for this?

My recommendation: Don't try to get into an arms race with the GM. You can't win. Just play it out with the character you have.


Adam B. 135 wrote:
Raccoon dogs aren't actually raccoons. They just look kinda similar.

For the record: I know.


A raccoon and a tanuki ("raccoon dog")? Huh.

I guess I think of a raccoon as being a North American animal, and yokai as Japanese, so this surprises me. Not that it's a bad thing.


I'm guessing they're from the Judges Guild product Ravenscrag.


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Anguish wrote:
Evan Newton wrote:
- Eye for Detail - Misspelled words and typos glare out at you like sore thumbs. You also know how to tell the difference between the Fly spell and the Fly skill in context of the text.
Should be "difference between the fly spell and the Fly skill". You may want to solicit the assistance of an editor. <Grin>
Evan Newton wrote:

Bonus XP:

[...]
- You’ve found at least one typo in this job description

It doesn't work as well when you point it out to the entire world!


Mavrickindigo wrote:
I don't know if this is correct or not, but I'm looking at the scale in "Mythic Realms" for the Black Desert, and according to my calculations, the place is over 7000 miles from one end to the other, that's much bigger than the land of black blood, which is below 400 miles from one side to the other.

7000 miles is about the distance from Los Angeles, USA to Ankara, Turkey. So, across the continental United States, the Atlantic Ocean, and most of Europe.

Sounds mythic to me.


I would think that a zombie is a zombie is a zombie, and Pharasma wouldn't like them around.

I'd prefer that alchemy-powered "zombies" actually be taxidermic creatures (from Bestiary 5), which are constructs that are conveniently the same CR as zombies.


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Perhaps a word of warning would be helpful here.

Nearly three years of data have been added to the mix since the last time I did an all-time list, so there will likely be some dramatic changes. Or not; we'll see.

Presenting:
Top 10 Products of All Time (so far):
01. Ultimate Psionics (645 points)
02. One on One Adventures Compendium (468 points)
03. Psionics Unleashed (387 points)
04. Way of the Wicked Book 1 (364 points)
05. Pathfinder Legends: Rise of the Runelords 1 (289 points)
06. (tie) In the Company of Dragons (274 points)
06. (tie) Psionics Expanded: Advanced Psionics Guide (274 points)
08. Spheres of Power (243 points)
09. Kineticists of Porphyra (212 points)
10. Spheres of Power: Expanded Options (207 points)

If one adds in the Psionics Expanded work in progress to the regular book, that brings Psionics Expanded up to third place (425 points). Ignoring Pathfinder Legends and/or lumping all the psionics stuff together opens up as many as three slots; the next three products are Book of the River Nations Complete Player's Reference (188 points), Making Craft Work (140 points), and Kineticists of Porphyra II (138 points). Lumping together Path of War and Path of War work in progress (160 points total), or Path of War Expanded and Path of War Expanded work in progress (197 points total) would put them in this secondary category. The next product that's not a paper mini or an audio drama is at 108 points.

Top 10 Publishers of All Time (so far):
01. Super Genius Games (3295 points)
02. Kobold Press/Open Design (2696 points)
03. Dreamscarred Press (2196 points)
04. Pathfinder Paper Minis (1409 points)
05. Legendary Games (1188 points)
06. OtherWorld Creations (1097 points)
07. Rite Publishing (882 points)
08. Big Finish Productions (755 points)
09. Fire Mountain Games (704 points)
10. Louis Porter Jr. Design (617 points)

Combining OtherWorld Creations, Super Genius Games, and Rogue Genius Games gives a whopping 4907 points. The next few publishers are Drop Dead Studios (603 points), Rogue Genius Games (515 points), Expeditious Retreat Press (480 points), Purple Duck Games (463 points), and Jon Brazer Enterprises (408 points). The next highest publisher has 265 points.

So far, 732 different products and 76 different publishers (depending on one's definition of "different") have been on the lists.

I will likely update the 2016 lists every month or so; I'm not sure how often the all time lists should be updated.


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Presenting:
Top 10 Products of 2016 (so far):
01. Kineticists of Porphyra (206 points)
02. One on One Adventures Compendium (205 points)
03. Kineticists of Porphyra II (138 points)
04. Kineticists of Porphyra III (97 points)
05. Path of War Expanded (88 points)
06. New Paths 8: The Trickster (58 points)
07. Ultimate Psionics (53 points)
08. Monster Classes--Work in Progress (41 points)
09. Destroyer's Handbook (35 points)
10. (tie) GM Gems: A Collection of Game Master Inspiration (31 points)
10. (tie) Legendary Kineticists (31 points)

Not much to say here; there's no audio dramas or paper minis to skip this time. Lots of kineticists: several of the last 6 weeks have had four or five kineticist-themed releases out of the top 10.

Top 10 Publishers of 2016 (so far):
01. Purple Duck Games (443 points)
02. Dreamscarred Press (250 points)
03. Expeditious Retreat Press (205 points)
04. Drop Dead Studios (121 points)
05. Legendary Games (91 points)
06. Kobold Press (87 points)
07. (tie) Rite Publishing (64 points)
07. (tie) Rogue Genius Games (64 points)
09. Everyman Gaming (34 points)
10. Goodman Games (31 points)

A newcomer, Zenith Games, just missed the top 10 at 28 points. I find it interesting that the 10th place book (GM Gems) is by the 10th place publisher (Goodman Games). Perhaps it should be noted that there are only 19 publishers represented on the top 10 downloads lists in 2016 (so far).

Up next: the all-time lists!


If you haven't done it already, it might help to upgrade your browser, or flash, or whatever it is that YouTube uses to show videos these days (HTML5?). Maybe your video drivers, too.


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Distant Scholar wrote:
So ... Pathfinder Legends. If you've forgotten (or never knew), Big Finish Productions put out audio dramas covering Rise of the Runelords. They were pretty big downloads, compared to other products, but they aren't exactly RPG supplements. Despite their relative popularity here, it seems Big Finish Productions never made any other adventure paths into audio dramas.

Yes, I'm quoting myself.

Looking back over old data, the last time Pathfinder Legends showed up in the Top 10 Downloads lists was in mid-September of 2015. It's been less than a year since then.


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Presenting:
Top 10 Products of 2014:
01. Ultimate Psionics (364 points)
02. Pathfinder Legends---RotR 1 (238 points)
03. Pathfinder Legends---RotR 2 (110 points)
04. Pathfinder Legends---RotR 3 (100 points)
05. In the Company of Dragons (85 points)
06. Deep Magic (77 points)
07. One on One Adventures Compendium (76 points)
08. Pathfinder Legends---RotR 4 (72 points)
09. New Paths Compendium (68 points)
10. Pure Steam Campaign Setting (67 points)

So ... Pathfinder Legends. If you've forgotten (or never knew), Big Finish Productions put out audio dramas covering Rise of the Runelords. They were pretty big downloads, compared to other products, but they aren't exactly RPG supplements. Despite their relative popularity here, it seems Big Finish Productions never made any other adventure paths into audio dramas.

If one wishes to discount Pathfinder Legends, the next few products are Path of War (63 points), Ultimate Relationships (63 points), Wondrous Items: Armor Made from Monster Hides (59 points), and Pathfinder Paper Minis--Summon Monster (50 points). If one wishes to ignore paper minis, the next products are Goblin Squad Pioneer--Month Two [from Goblinworks] and Pathfinder Juego de Rol Regias Básicas (both 46 points). If one wishes to ignore those, the next product is Way of the Wicked Book 7 (43 points).

If one combines Path of War and Path of War Work in Progress, Path of War jumps to 77 points, tying with Deep Magic for 6th place. Which would be a shame, since I think having the Pure Steam Campaign Setting show up on this list is interesting. How many other campaign settings have made it?

One on One Adventure Compendium debuted in 2009, promptly disappeared from the lists, and then kind of shows up out of nowhere in 2014, and sticks around. I'm kind of at a loss as to explain why.

Note that Ultimate Psionics averages out to over 7 points per week in 2014. Ultimate Psionics was in the top 10 in all 51 e-mails from 2014.

Top 10 Publishers of 2014:
01. Big Finish Productions (559 points)
02. Dreamscarred Press (502 points)
03. Kobold Press (322 points)
04. Legendary Games (240 points)
05. Rogue Genius Games (225 points)
06. Fire Mountain Games (102 points)
07. Pathfinder Paper Minis (88 points)
08. Rite Publishing (85 points)
09. Expeditious Retreat Press (76 points)
10. Devir Iberia (75 points)

If one wishes to ignore Big Finish Productions, Pathfinder Paper Minis, and/or Devir Iberia, add the following to the list: ICOSA Entertainment (67 points), Everyman Gaming (59 points), and Jon Brazer Enterprises (57 points).

I'm saving updating the all-time lists for when I'm caught up with 2016.


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On a ship, wouldn't they be called "decks"? :-)

I think it would make more sense for ships to have a CR, rather than a level adjustment, or ignoring their effect altogether.


Congratulations on the job offer. Can you tell us what art you'd be concepting?


Hovercycles.
Grenades in various flavors: like alchemical items, but better.
Telepathic earplugs.


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Presenting:
Top 10 Products of 2013:
01. Psionics Expanded: Advanced Psionics Guide (96 points)
02. Genius Guide to the Talented Monk (91 points)
03. Ultimate Rulership (86 points)
04. Genius Guide to the Talented Rogue (73 points)
05. Gygax Magazine #1 (67 points)
06. Psionics Unleashed (65 points)
07. Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding (63 points)
08. [tie] File off the Serial Numbers (62 points)
08. [tie] New Paths #7: The Expanded White Necromancer (62 points)
10. Genius Guide to More Monk Talents (61 points)

If one wishes to skip over Gygax Magazine #1, add Way of the Wicked Book 6 (59 points).

The top books got a lot fewer points than the top books in 2012 (about half, I think). I believe this points to more diversity of products reaching the Top 10 lists, which I believe is a good thing.

People seem to like their talented monks.

Top 10 Publishers of 2013:
01. Kobold Press (644 points)
02. Super Genius Games (462 points)
03. Legendary Games (303 points)
04. Minotaur Games (259 points)
05. Dreamscarred Press (250 points)
06. Rite Publishing (115 points)
07. Fire Mountain Games (110 points)
08. Pathfinder Paper Minis (92 points)
09. Rogue Genius Games (91 points)
10. TSR Inc. (81 points)

If one wishes to combine Super Genius Games and Rogue Genius Games, their total is 553, still second place. If one wishes to ignore Pathfinder Paper Minis and/or TSR Inc., the next in line are Sean K Reynolds Games (62 points), EN Publishing (53 points), and Jon Brazer Enterprises (50 points).

This is the year that Rogue Genius Games came into existence. My understanding is that Rogue Genius Games and Super Genius Games are separate companies, but I don't recall seeing a Super Genius Games product on the Top 10 list since Rogue Genius was spun off. As seems traditional, there was about a month gap between the last Super Genius Games product and the first Rogue Genius Games product.

Sean K Reynolds Games, with File off the Serial Numbers, shows up again; last seen in 2009, the company hasn't shown up in 2015 or 2016.

Minotaur Games ... do I know who they are? They made a pretty big splash in 2013, but they don't show up on the lists in 2015 or 2016.

I'm saving updating the all-time lists for when I'm done with 2014.


What sort of similarities are you looking for? Same CR? Same abilities? Same flavor? Other similarities?


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N. Jolly wrote:
I'm hoping to see this get updated for the rest of 2016.

So am I. :-)

(Thanks for the reminder.)


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James Sutter wrote:
[B]ut at its heart, this game is really about exploration, seeing worlds no one’s ever seen before.

This is what I want.


Nightterror wrote:
Oókempam/Goshg-e = Aonikenk SA; Monstrous man-eating armadillos; covered with a super-hard carapace, invulnerable to damage; possessed claws as sharp as a puma; only weak points were its ankles

Sounds like a glyptodon, if high AC can stand in for "invulnerable to damage". Unless they aren't supposed to be Large.


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Sundakan wrote:
And even then...build your character around Steal, Reposition, or Overrun. I dare you.

I did build an outline of a character built around Steal a while back. I ran out of feats; not because the character was as good at it as she needed to be, but because I ran out of feats that improved it.


Krensky wrote:

No, it's not.

A determistic system can not produce random results. So the moment any part of your system to generate random numerous is deterministc, it incapable of producing actually random numbers.

This is completely, and utterly, false. Sorry.

If all of it is deterministic, then there is no randomness, but even a little randomness will usually make it random (with some distribution).

Don't make me break out my math Ph.D. thesis.


Terquem wrote:
Every time someone mentions that it will be more "science-fantasy" than "science-fiction" I cringe a little bit more in fear.

Get ready to cringe often, then; it's not a science fiction game.


Because they wanted to make me think of this guy.


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Ssalarn wrote:
I'd also strongly suggest you pick up Beasts of the Boundless Blue, an underwater bestiary from Alluria full of awesome critters.

Piranha Bear.


Lord Mhoram wrote:
The duration of the "Gap" is going to be interesting. Originally I felt it was like 50 or 100 year gap, and the interview basically thousands of years. Be interesting exactly how long, and how that plays out.

I'm still trying to mentally grasp how such a long gap would affect society.

Is all information recorded during the gap gone, or (somehow) just the historical information?
Did new technologies come about during the gap? If so, do people remember how to use the new technologies, fix them if they break down, and make more?
If people set up a space colony somewhere during the gap, but were then forgotten about, it seems no one outside would know they even exist. Would they be able to survive?
For those who lived through the gap, do they (from their perspective) suddenly know how to use this technology, without knowing how they know? How much of a shock would it be to find that the entire world is suddenly different?

I'm imagining generations of people who now aren't even a memory; people that no one knew ever existed. That's sad. :-(

[I know, MST3K mantra, but still.]


This sounds like a wonderful thing. I eagerly await reviews for the product.


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Alexander Augunas wrote:
Heaven and Hell both share an alignment axis. I think them teaming up is perfectly logical.

I can see them being on the same side of a fight, but I can't really see them teaming up.


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Sissyl wrote:
I really need rhombal dodecahedrons to use as d12s. Why this is not a thing yet is beyond me.

Whatever could you mean?


Wicht wrote:
Here's something interesting: the Fantasy Name Generators website can do treant names. Ten at a time.

Are computer screens large enough to hold treant names?


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Captain Zimri wrote:
Alternatively, in Pathfinder, if a PC were to attempt the exact same strategy, what is there to give besides a bonus, the amount of which you need to determine on the spot? How would you calculate a bonus or penalty in such situations?

I don't know if this was carried over into the Pathfinder rulebook, but in D&D 3e there was a guideline of giving characters a +2 or -2 modifier to a roll if the GM wasn't certain what value to give for a situational modifier.


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Attempting to distill the opening post to its thesis sentence:

Neal Litherland wrote:
In short, I feel that too often we, as players, forget that having PC levels doesn't give our characters legitimate authority in the game world.

It's long been a trope in adventure fiction that the hero takes on what the local authorities can't, or won't. It's no surprise that we want to bring that into our adventure games. [I'm also currently binge-watching Arrow, so it's on my mind.]


Male Human
Ssalarn wrote:
Unrelated, anybody going to be at PaizoCon?

If they held it somewhere other than the far corner of the US, maybe I could make it sometime. :-)


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Sciamancer wrote:
I'm starting to think RP are a bad method of measuring races, honestly, but I'm not sure.

You are far from alone in that belief.

Some 3PP construct races you may not have looked at:

I have no opinion on how powerful or suitable they may be. I'm sure I missed some.


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Presenting:
Top 10 Products of 2012:
01. Psionics Expanded: Advanced Psionics Guide (178 points)
02. Way of the Wicked Book 1 (159 points)
03. Psionics Expanded: Advanced Psionics Guide – Work in Progress (93 points)
04. Pathfinder Paper Minis: Skull & Shackles 1 (88 points)
05. Genius Guide to Feats of Multiclassing (73 points)
06. Pathfinder Paper Minis: Sandpoint Townsfolk (71 points)
07. Player's Guide to the Crossroads (63 points)
08. Psionics Unleashed (62 points)
09. Way of the Wicked Book 2 (53 points)
10. Bullet Points: 7 Magic Missile Feats (52 points)

If one wishes to combine Psionics Expanded and Psionics Expanded Work in Progress, it goes up to 271 points. Between that and potentially ignoring paper minis, you may add Kobold Quarterly 20 (51 points), Bullet Points: 12 Alternatives for the Fighter's Bravery Class Feature (49 points), and Bullet Points: 7 Sinful Feats of Lust (49 points). There are four other products in the 45-47 point range: Houserule Handbooks-Spell Points, The Midgard Campaign Setting, the Genius Guide to Horrifically Overpowered Feats, and 15 Specific Weapons, Volume 3. Don't ask me why volumes 1 and 2 didn't do as well as volume 3.

The first two (or three?) Psionics Expanded parts came out this year, too, and got a few points (not included above). I think Way of the Wicked got through book 5 this year, but only 2 got on the top 10 list.

Top 10 Publishers of 2012:
01. Super Genius Games (788 points)
02. Open Design/Kobold Press (457 points)
03. Dreamscarred Press (349 points)
04. Fire Mountain Games (303 points)
05. Pathfinder Paper Minis (241 points)
06. Rite Publishing (128 points)
07. Headless Hydra Games (111 points)
08. Abandoned Arts (92 points)
09. Little Red Goblin Games (65 points)
10. Legendary Games (59 points)

If one wishes to remove Pathfinder Paper Minis from contention, add Jon Brazer Enterprises (50 points) to the list.

This is the year Open Design changed their name to Kobold Press. There was about a month gap between the last OD product and the first KP product; part of the name change? Little Red Goblin Games owes many of its points to its Legendary Levels books. Again, even less dominance by SGG; more publishers are getting more points, it seems. I can't remember if I've heard from Headless Hydra or Abandoned Arts recently.

I'm saving updating the all-time lists for when I'm done with 2013 and 2014.


Trying ... to suppress ... American ... anti-royalty urges ...

Royalty are no better than anyone else!

Couldn't do it.


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Men & Magic wrote:

Before they begin, players must decide what role they will play in the campaign, human or otherwise, fighter, cleric, or magic-user. Thereafter they will work upwards — if they survive — as they gain “experience.” First, however, it is necessary to describe fully the roles possible.

CHARACTERS:
There are three (3) main classes of characters:
Fighting-Men
Magic-Users
Clerics

And thus is history made.


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Now incorporating 2011, and all of 2016 so far:

Top 10 Products of All Time:
01. One on One Adventures Compendium (321 points)
02. Ultimate Psionics (313 points)
03. Psionics Unleashed (260 points)
04. Spheres of Power (243 points)
05. In the Company of Dragons (211 points)
06. Spheres of Power: Expanded Options (206 points)
07. (tie) Way of the Wicked Book 1 (161 points)
07. (tie) Kineticists of Porphyra (161 points)
09. Pathfinder Paper Minis: Monster Set 2 – Goblins (129 points)
10. Pathfinder Paper Minis: AP 31 (112 points)

If one wishes to disregard the paper minis, add Undefeatable 1: Wizards & Sorcerers (108 points) and Book of the River Nations: Complete Player's Reference for Kingdom Building (106 points). The Genius Guide to the Godling, Kobold Quarterly 9, and Making Craft Work all clock in at 105 points.

Top 10 Publishers of All Time:
01. Super Genius Games (2045 points)
02. Kobold Press/Open Design (1279 points)
03. Dreamscarred Press (1203 points)
04. OtherWorld Creations (1097 points)
05. Pathfinder Paper Minis (989 points)
06. Legendary Games (630 points)
07. Louis Porter Jr. Design (594 points)
08. Drop Dead Studios (586 points)
09. Rite Publishing (556 points)
10. Big Finish Productions (354 points)

If one wishes to combine Super Genius Games, Rogue Genius Games, and Otherworld Creations, then SGG gets a total of 3359 points. Combining them, and/or ignoring Pathfinder Paper Minis and Big Finish Productions, would lead to adding on Expeditious Retreat Press (333 points), Purple Duck Games (301 points), and Jon Brazer Enterprises (251 points).


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Presenting:
Top 10 Products of 2011:
01. Psionics Unleashed (232 points)
02. Book of the River Nations: Complete Player's Reference for Kingdom Building (106 points)
03. Tome of Horrors Complete (93 points)
04. Advanced Options: Alchemists' Discoveries (71 points)
04. (tie) Tome of Horrors Complete: Unlimited Edition (71 points)
04. (tie) Ultimate Options: New Magus Arcana (71 points)
07. Ultimate Options: Grit and Gunslingers (60 points)
08. Psionics Expanded: Advanced Psionics Guide – Work in Progress (58 points)
09. Kobold Quarterly 17 (57 points)
10. Kobold Quarterly 19 (56 points)
10. (tie) Making Craft Work (56 points)

If one wishes to combine Tome of Horrors Complete and Tome of Horrors Complete: Unlimited Edition, then it jumps into 2nd place, at 164 points. Psionics Unleashed opened the year big, owned the top spot for three months, stayed in the top half through May, dwindled away for a couple of months, then came back and brought Psionics Expanded with it.

Top 10 Publishers of 2011:
01. Super Genius Games (1118 points)
02. Open Design (432 points)
03. Dreamscarred Press (312 points)
04. Jon Brazer Enterprises (192 points)
05. Frog God Games (173 points)
06. Pathfinder Paper Minis (161 points)
07. Rite Publishing (143 points)
08. Legendary Games (85 points)
09. Spes Magna Games (56 points)
10. Adamant Entertainment (30 points)

If one wishes to disregard Pathfinder Paper Minis, add TPK Games (28 points) to the list. Louis Porter Jr. Design just misses out (27 points). Super Genius Games isn't as dominant as they were the previous year; other publishers got in the top 10 more often. Legendary Games shows up this year, in late October. It's the first year for TPK Games, too, in late December.


A nightshade? As in, one of several powerful undead monsters? Or do you mean something else?


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An idea:

  • In a given "season", have a small set of 3pp material that is going to be in the adventures/campaign/modules, that a GM would need to be up on.
  • In a particular gaming group, the players can use that material, plus whatever else the GM is comfortable adding to the mix.

If one group is running an adventure using triple-gestalt mythic egregiously-overpowered-feats, and another is using core Pathfinder with spellcasting replaced by Spheres of Power, and both groups are having fun, does the power difference matter?


Jeremy Smith wrote:
This is what happened to our van.

Are you sure Ken and Ryu didn't drop by for a visit?


The beholder was nerfed pretty heavily. It may as well not exist any more.


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Some day, I'll be wealthy enough to restart the RPGA, and I will fairly and even-handedly decide all those things LRGG is concerned about.

:-)


dreikner wrote:
I think you added up your favored terrain bonuses incorrectly. Each time you gain a new favored terrain you can select any ONE favored terrain to increase by an additional +2. You don't get +2 to all of them.

That, um, was part of my cunning plan to get people to post in my thread.

The Favored Terrain bonuses should all be +6, except water and all others stay at +4 and +2 respectively. [Every time a new favored terrain is added, add +2 to the previously-gained terrain.]


Cevah wrote:

I heard the first verse in the voice of C W McCall.

Rest of it didn't scan as well. :-/

Sill, I liked that first verse a lot.

/cevah

Compared to what? It's not like the song it's based on is strict on its meter and rhythm.

[Edit: Link added for those mythical folk who might not actually know what song I'm talking about.]


No relation? I'd recognize cousin Arky anywhere.

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