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I updated the Document with the list deities that are PFS legal choices for PCs.

The new Source Added with the Additional Resources update on 10 June 2016 is:

Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Heaven Unleashed: Deity: The empyreal lord Andoletta is a legal divine patron.

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Drogon wrote:
Like I said, just a little bump. I'm not hyperventilating, yet. (-:

Hands Drogon a brown paper bag just in case

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Pirate Rob wrote:

Hi Todd!

How long should I wait before I get my baby a PFS number?

Err wait you're not my RVC...

Right after conception.

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Pfft, who cares.... who are you again?... ;)

By the way I will be there with my Wife so be nice to her! You don't need to be nice to me, so normal ;).

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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I am still hoping to get an answer on this, I know we have plenty of ideas on how or if this can be done, but I think we will need an answer on this. Been holding off on building a Vigilante until I have a better understanding on how this works in PFS.

How are we to handle changing the area of Renown for the Vigilante class?

It normally takes up to a week to begin with to build up renown in a new small community, there are no mechanics for it.

Can Vigilantes gain renown in a new area outside the scenario during downtime or between scenarios?

Do they pick a location when first built and keep that from scenario to scenario and can never change it?

Other?

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No worries Liz... "Two" "ire" is human... ;)

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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What UndeadMitch said.

Not all Modules can be done in Campaign Mode (with a non-PFS character). This Mode was only created when the Modules started getting longer with The Dragons Demand. So sadly you can't apply PFS credit to a PFS character.

Below are the Modules that allow that method of play:

The Dragon's Demand
Wardens of the Reborn Forge
Tears at Bitter Manor
Plunder & Peril
Daughters of Fury

All Adventure Paths that have chronicle sheets can also be played the same way.

All other Modules to get PFS credit need to played with a PFS character using the same the normal rules for PFS.

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Murdock Mudeater wrote:
Steven Lau wrote:
That is different
But that is what my comment was directed at.

You were not clear on that, you just said items, so I was just clearing that up so someone would not think you could not buy items from chronicle sheets that are non-core,

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Murdock Mudeater wrote:
You can't even get/use some chronicle sheet items because they aren't core.

This is wrong. The Chronicle sheet you get from completing a scenario is one of the few ways you can get access to stuff outside of core.

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Preston Hudson wrote:
Congrats to all the newly minted 5 star GMs!!

Are they chocolate covered minted? ;)

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There are a lot Wizards of the Coast products in their store. They don't just sell their brand.

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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There are a few other Archetypes that fit this as well that are currently not allowed with Unchained, to include Story summoner.

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Gary Bush wrote:
I heard, likely in my own mind, that 7-20 is being done by JJ Abrams as a reboot of the Emerald Spire....

Emerald Spire with Lens Flare?

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Le Petite Mort wrote:
Otyugh Agent, Hats

My Favorite NPC EVER!!!!

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Bob Jonquet wrote:
At least one person "gets" my point. Maybe I'm not as crazy as a thought. ;-)

You are actually crazier ;)

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Krell44 wrote:

In PFS play, which slots can an Animal Companion wear magic items? For the purpose of this discussion let us assume a Wolf companion.

Also, what about armor for the Wolf? Can they wear Light armor without having the Proficiency at no penalty? Lets say standard Leather Armor.

And if you want the Wolf to wear heavier armor, can you simply take Heavy Armor Proficiency or must you take them in order. Light, Medium, then Heavy?

Trying to create a Mad Dog Barbarian and Wolf Companion that are both armored and magical. Gold will be tight, but if I streamline it I think it will be possible to armor and equip my Wolf with a couple magic items to increase stats a bit, while still able to equip myself.

First Questions is answered in this this FAQ:

Can my animal companion or familiar wear or use magic items?

Second Question, you can wear Barding without the armor proficiency but you get the penalties for not having that proficiency.

And last questions, Armor Proficiency, Heavy had]s the prerequisite of Armor Proficiency, Medium which has a prerequisite of Armor Proficiency, Light so you can't take heavy until you have medium and you can't take medium until you have light.

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nosig wrote:

but do you TRUST them?

Do you check to "keep people honest" or "to catch mistakes"?

I go in assuming they made mistakes, I have only ever seen one purposely "Cheating".

Actually most mistakes I find if fixed would be to the player's benefit .

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waltero wrote:
Well, The Paths We Choose (#5-99)

At first I read that as The Pants We Choose.;)

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I know this is a free product an most likely at the bottom of your list but what are the chances of us seeing this update soon? I would love to update my Advertising flyers for PFS and my PFS web pages with the current seasons logos.

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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kinevon wrote:
Steve Lau/Dragnmoon has a post around here, thought it was stickied, with a link to a Google document with a bare bones listing of all PFS legal deities.

They un-stickied it when they added it to the PFS FAQ.

Here is the Link

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Steven Schopmeyer wrote:

The VO team responsible for Roleplaying Guild Guide...

Not a clarification but... is that name sticking at all?

Hmmm, My File for the most recent guide I name Guide to Pathfinder Society Organized Play 7-0 not Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guide 7-0. That would cause all type of alphabetical order problems!

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Tabletop Giant wrote:


Since we're now griping about tablets in general - the one thing that I quite nearly can't stand is when a player decides to start playing 'theme music' from their tablet that (to them) matches what is going on in the game.

Wow do I hate that.

I do that on occasion, well not theme music, but sound effect from Syrinscape. I love using the wilhelm scream.

Edit: I would like to add that I don't do this in open rooms, and mostly as a GM.

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Nohwear wrote:
Steven, at least based on Nefreet's experience, there are a number of people who believe Hero Lab is infallible and will argue that HL is correct even when shown the book.

That is a people problem not a program problem.

Edit: And what exactly are they arguing? Because you can't use HeroLabs as a source for an argument, which is once again not a problem with HeoLabs but the person not following the rule that they need the authorized rule source.

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I am very perplexed how HeroLabs can cause arguments. It is just an interactive character sheet. In fact if you allow the print out of the character sheet from herolabs you have no reason to not allow the digital version since they are the exact same thing. What you see on the paper is what you see on the iPad just different format. Before the iPad version came out I used to add my most common buffs and print a bunch of versions of my character sheet out with those buffs included. Like I said, what you see on the iPad version is what you see on the character sheet.

I am not saying it does not have bugs, it does, none though that should be cause of an argument since they are minor bugs. I will go back to what I posted before on HeroLabs:

Most of the time it is reliable but on occasion there is a bug with it. If you know the software and the rules in question you can catch it and know how to work around it. In general you won't have problems but when yo do you need to know the rules don't let the program be your only knowledge source. Don't buy new software and expect to use it right away with out expecting issues (mostly user generated issues due to being unfamiliar with the program) and pissing people off. Learn the software first and use it in an environment that will allow you to. That way people/GMs who in general don't trust programs really have nothing to complain about.

Now If they are using HeroLabs as a source for the rules, that is a different story. You just tell them they can't and please pull out an approved rule source. I have done that in the past and will continue in the future. I know that HeroLabs biggest problem is not in it's ability to implement a bonus to it's character most of the time that is correct, and when it is wrong it is user error. It's biggest problem is not getting the actual text correct because they like short handing or re-wording the stuff they put in, that is the main reason you should never use it as a rules source, which you are not allowed to anyway.

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Andrew Christian wrote:
Steven Lau wrote:
Bob Jonquet wrote:
My stance is a bit different and may take a few words to explain so bare with me.....

Good stuff Bob, exactly what I wanted to say... Thank you, and I think I love you ;).

And I refuse to defend Andrew unless he gives me Pie!

Uh, I can do that.

Yay Pie!

Liberty's Edge ***** Venture-Lieutenant, Alaska—Anchorage aka Dragnmoon

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Here is the a few things about electronic devices

Table Space - If all you have is a Huge Laptop I would recommend not going digital because table space can be a premium and you are taking way too much of it. This is especially true for conventions.

Power - Power outlets can be an issue, know where you are playing prior to bringing that laptop. If your play area has plenty of outlets that you can sit right next to this should not be a problem. If the outlet is all the way across the room and you have to run an extension cord, Don't Do IT!!!!. I can't emphasis this enough, you are causing a trip hazard and a danger to others. And the Organizer will most likely tell you to unplug. In this case leave the laptop home. I would recommend never to bring laptops to conventions because you can't control where you sit. This is less an issue with tablets since they in general have a longer battery life.

Unreliability of the software - Know the rules and know the Software. All software can and will have it's problems. HeroLabs as an example, most of the time it is reliable but on occasion there is a bug with it. If you know the software and the rules in question you can catch it and know how to work around it. In general you won't have problems but when yo do you need to know the rules don't let the program be your only knowledge source. Don't buy new software and expect to use it right away with out expecting issues and pissing people off. Learn the software first and use it in an environment that will allow you to. That way people/GMs who in general don't trust programs *Cough*Nefreet*Cough* really have nothing to complain about.

Always, Always, Always! have a paper backup of your PC just in case everything goes to s+++ with your electronic device. Not only that, Thems be the rulez.

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GM Lamplighter wrote:
Hmm... here, in FtF games with the local group, people fill out their entire Chronicle before it gets signed, because that's the rule. People can't "purchase items between games", because they have to do so with a GM present, because those are the rules. In practice, they make the notes on their ITS with the next Chronicle# filled in, and it gets done at the beginning of their next session.

Ain't Nobody Got Time for That!, especially at conventions. But you have every right to enforce it, though it would be near impossible to do so at large conventions.

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That is because it is a Module not an Adventure Path. They have different rules then APs campaign mode.

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I am with Robert.

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Dragnmoon wrote:
Will there be more info in the book on Paladins and Hellknights?
Like, what did you have in mind?

I would love more information on how a paladin is able to join a group knowing it supports an evil government and how a paladin is able to get around the paladin code. To me Hellknights and Paladins just don't mix and how there are Paladins in the Hellknights has just not been explained to my satisfaction.

As an example your opening line for the blurp of this book

"Merciless, black armored enforcers, Hellknights care nothing for good or evil, only the order’s absolute, unflinching vision of law."

does not fit what a paladin is. A paladin is more then just law they care about good and evil.

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Still going, let's hope it survives my move to Alaska...

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Well I can tell you this for certain, You can not be a Cleric, inquisitor, paladin, cavaliers of the order of the star, and samurai of the order of the star and have Razmir, Aroden or any other god not authorized.

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Imbicatus wrote:
I think a lot of people would find domains and favored weapon useful to have on the list as well. Even without them, it's useful though. Thanks for keeping the list up to date.

My Idea behind the list was for players who have the source/info and want to see if a god is legal they find interesting, not to use the list to decide who to pick.

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Yay!!! Good chance I will have moved to Alaska by the time this is printed. Hopefully I can find a new group of players there that I can run all my FGG games with.

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