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We play Pathfinder, and other games in rare occasions.
We're are currently playing Way of the Wicked, some in our group have spotty attendance, which makes it difficult to schedule a game (we're all adults, 30 and older).
We play once a month on Saturday afternoons.
If you're interested please send me a private message!
I would say Drake is getting "hosed" by the simultaneous flanking bonuses.
Interpreting flanking this way kind of mixes flanking with a readied action, since one of the opponents waits for the other to get in position to attack (and benefit from flanking). This would be Ok, except you use a move action to ready an action.
Being first level we're specially sensitive to this interpretation. though I don't know if Drake would've changed his action if he knew about it in advance.
HGoK, if this is the way you want to interpret this rule it's fine. We can take advantage of it too :), but just wanted to get a clarification before it gets set in stone.
Kaithan Kanathar wrote:
I DMed that adventure several years ago, it's pretty challenging, I don't think it will be a problem.
One of the great advantages of PFRPG is that it's compatible with 3.5, you can go through the trouble of converting it, or at least calculate things like CMB and CMD and play it straight from the adventure.
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I just realized we're in is the City of Magnimar, which is huge, so we'll go with option B, I just came back to Magnimar from a job to Windsong Abbey. And even though Teodor is familiar with the city, I spent most of my time taking people out of Magnimar and doesn't have a permanent residence there.
Right, i believe Teodor fits that bill, he' doesnt even have favored enemy, since he has the Guide Archetype.
He is there because he brought some people to town, assuming the town is in a somewhat isolated location. If the town is easily accessible, then Teodor stopped here to rest after guiding some folks to some other remote location in the vicinity.
I have adjusted him to a 25pb build.
PS, I need to repurchase gear, using the starting gold i rolled
We will be starting this AP soon and one of my players wants to play a Summoner, I think that would put him at an unfair advantage vs the other PCs because we could summon his Eidolon at any minute, but also because it might give him a false sense of security.
How do you recommend I handle this?
Come to think about it, a sorcerer (they start with Eschew materials), would also have this advantage.
Are you saying that there's just too much material to convert? I suppose that each PC could do the conversion themselves and propose it to the GM. Anything that a player chooses could easily just be worked into the campaign by the GM, while it still being in the setting/era of their choice.
I haven't looked at my 3.5 books, but I would use them almost without change. 3.5 and PF are not THAT different. Obviously not every PF class fits DL. But that has always been the case.
Albereth, (male Drow Magus)
Albereth of House Darg, was part of a drow group out on a mission to escort members of a noble family from a nearby underground city. An alliance, if reached would improve the influence and power of House Darg in their City. However, only a few days away from reaching their destination, they were ambushed by other drow. During the chaos caused by the attack, Albereth was wrestling with an attacker when the earthquake struck.
Albereth doesn't remember what happened next, but when he woke up he was still holding, with a firm grip, a bloodied brooch in the shape of 2 crossed sickles surrounding, 8 arachnid eyes. The symbol of House Muren.