In a horrible(in my opinion) move, Paizo will not be adding more material to Words of Power. Which really sucks because it's such a cool system. :(
Skaldi the Tallest wrote:
But it's the pelvic thrust...
Infinite Healing at level TWO: vitalist/alchemist.
How does this allow for infinite healing? Quite easily, actually. Take the Tumor Familiar discovery and add the familiar to your collective. Spread the Fast Healing 5 it gets when attached to you to who ever needs it.
Now now, that's a spell! Fighters don't need those!
Really? Because that's not the feeling I was getting from them posts at all. I see people explaining why Wizards break the game far, far, far more often than Fighters.
That Vizier, by the way? Who says he even knows the Wizard is casting the spell? You don't just walk up to someone and go "I put a spell on you!", no. You kill, discredit, or replace the Vizier, then start casting Still Silent Dominate Person so no one even knows you are casting spells on the sleeping King.
Or you just kill him too and take his place.
Nathanael Love wrote:
That hasn't changed-- the school benefits are cute, but I still feel robbed every time I go up a level in Wizard and get nothing while the fighter/ranger/rogue next to me is gaining ability after ability.
That's funny, I thought wizards got more of the most powerful thing in the entire game at every single level.
Gorram it, reavers?!
Anahita bint Tariq wrote:
With that, she invokes her Champion movement and moves to the side of the being in the hallway with her, preparing to adapt to the conditions immediately as necessary.
When the girl appears at her side, she is greatly shocked and takes a step back. Was she stuck her too now? How had she gotten here, and could that be her way out?
Anahita sees a young woman about the same age as her in simple robes, her long brown hair braided expertly to one side. Peeking out of her right sleeve, a web of thin red lines reveals a tattoo that appears to be intricate in design, possibly matching the web emblem under the collar of her robes.
I love 3rd party content.
I dread the 'psychic mage' Paizo has been talking about.
I like to blast things, and I don't care how I go about doing it. Alchemist Bombs? Fireball? Sound striker bard? I don't care.
I don't think the summoner or any of it's archetypes are broken.
Bard is my favorite class.
My most memeroble characters have been a Halfling paladin and a goblin Druid.
I think Dreamscarred Press should be hired by Paizo to do all of their 'psychic' stuff.
I hate when I show my friend/GM a home brew or 3rd party class(like the Strider or the Scholar) and he suggests I play something else instead because 'it's the same thing.' Want to play a really fast character(Strider home brew class)? Play a barbarian or monk. Want to play a smart character who uses his intelligence to fight(Scholar, 3rd party)? Play a Wizard because it's better.
I have wanted to play a character who started with the Commoner class.
You want to know something that's constant? People adapt to solve problems. Any. Problem. At all.
Tybalt Baneko wrote:
I was going through my favorites and found this, then immediately thought of this.
Cut one in half, get twins! :D
So we made our way back to the part of the dungeon the dragon is and have started casting our buffing spells and drinking our potions(enlarge person for me and the monk) when a gelatinos cude makes it's presence known. We defeat it without taking any damage(Communal Resst Energy is truly great if you know what's about to come). I did get paralyzed though fr a minute.
The cube defeated, we head into the large room the dragon has made it's own, only to find that there is no dragon. The monk and I move into the room to look at the hoard... when the dragon comes in through the second door(which is a mere 15ft from the first) and puts our Oracle and Sorceress in danger.
Intiative is rolled: Dragon, Sorceress, Me, Monk, Oracle.
I crit for 65 on my second attack, and around 30 on a normal hit fr my third. The monk does the same. On my second attack of the third round it dies. We tore this thing to pieces in a complete reversal of when the party originally met it. Then I remembered I was trained in Craft(Armorsmithing)!
Congratulations are in order for the player of our Oracle. This was his first dragon ever and he survived only slightly tail slapped!