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Djarrus Gost

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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 2,164 posts (2,639 including aliases). 3 reviews. No lists. 2 wishlists. 14 aliases.


Taldor

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Finally! The Nature's Fang archetype for Druids - now I need to wrap my head around the Slayer to see if this is what I want.

And I love the rings of Natural Attunement and Summoning Affinity. Actually, a lot of the magic items and their subtle mechanic in this tome are pretty nifty (like the recharge side effect of electricity damage on the Spark Staff)

Taldor

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Nice! I hope more people will give this a look-see - I'm a charter subscriber for most Paizo lines but if I were to fire up a game right now, it would be S&W (probably starting with this)

Taldor

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Wolfgang Baur wrote:

I have to say, this was a project where I had to ask myself "Can I really DO that to the players? What have I become?" As in, more than once.

It's vile. It's full of horrors. It's a mere appetizer for the city of locusts, but really, I think Pathfinder needs some one-off Sanity rules for this whole AP.

Uh, that actually makes me nervous - I still have trouble thinking about Enemies of my Enemy...it's uncomfortable how familiar you are with this material...not that I'm questioning your allegiances...but it does make one wonder just who your friends are

Taldor

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I was digging through my metric ton of Super Genius material for some druidic stuff and discovered that there really wasn't any.

I know this "contest" is over but I hope this is still a good place for requests. I wish there was a product like Knacks of Nature for druids that don't shapechange. One of my favorite characters was a druid with the swift hunter variant of yore.

Taldor

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Depending on how Old School you are I recommend Stars Without Number (there is a FREE version HERE) or the D12 based Thousand Suns.

Savage Worlds has a few nice offerings (and it doesn't take much to twist it into whatever style you're interested in) such as Space Lanes by Triple Ace Games (free space rules at the bottom of page - they only have adventures, Robot Rumble is particularly fun to run), and the new High Space (beta costs $5 and there are no setting rules)

If you want to jump into something more complex (and expensive), I agree that Eclipse Phase is your best bet (FREE starter rules HERE[). I'm still waiting for Wildfire's The Void...

Then for something completely different there is Ashen Stars - it's up for an Ennie this year. I dont have Ashen Stars but I have other GUMSHOE products and Lorefinder is really cool!


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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Asgetrion wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Suddenly, being a companion seems like a legitimate career choice.
Ha! I'd gladly accept you as my leafy slav... companion, old treant! Now, if we only could add the fiendish template to your stats...

Sorry, but somehow, you don't measure up to Hot Elven Babe.

** spoiler omitted **

"Yeah, nice bush lady" is likely your last words

Taldor

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DaveMage wrote:

1,000 pages?

I say crank it up to 1200 by adding Wizard's Amulet, Crucible of Freya and Tomb of Abysthor to the thing. :)

or sell this as a separate volume - I got back into D&D via Wizard's Amulet -> Crucible of Freya. This campaign is as nostalgic as The Keep on the Borderlands.

By the way folks, Wizard's Amulet is a free PDF that you can still get!

Taldor

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
A part of me wants to think that that out-of-work pirate got a job as Paizo's gunslinger.

and she stays away from coastal areas for the most part...

Taldor

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Endzeitgeist wrote:
Reviewed here and sent to GMS magazine.

This is going to sound weird, but thank you for being honest - if everything you review is 4-5 stars I start to ignore you. I wish everything was 3 stars with a few 2's and 4's so that 4 & 5 would be more meaningful...

Anyway, the details of the review are more impactfull than the stars since I appreciate a glimpse into what I am getting.

(PS: I already own this product and while it's not my cup of tea, I do not regret the purchase, I'm kind of a SGG stalker-fan)

Taldor

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Krome wrote:

This idea absolutely SUCKS!

Ok not really. I like it. I just got tired of seeing all the positive agreement and had to throw something in to make it look more like a real thread here.

:)

What are you talking about?!? This idea is great! I fling personal attacks in your general direction without even reading your entire post to see that we are in agreement.

Taldor

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Gary Teter wrote:
Spelunking in the depths...

I'm telling you, this sounds like a cavern to the simple crawl space of the Rete Algorithm (of which I am intimately familiar, or at least was back in the day).

Plus, some would call you an archaeologist - but I prefer spelunker.

Gary Teter wrote:
Today I started work on a device which allows me to make pictures of the inner workings of the contraption.

Do they look like this?

Taldor

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Gin

Taldor

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Aw man...I thought this was a discussion on Paizo prepainted plastic minis...sold individually.


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