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Erdrinneir Vonnarc

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Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Maps, Tales Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 51 posts (182 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. No wishlists. 1 alias.


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That sir... now that is a Viking. Ragnar would be proud to raid with Hakon, and Ostog.

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Jason Bulmahn wrote:
3. There will not be a play test for this book. We have been getting years of play test feedback on many of the rules we will be examining in this book.

So you are saying that all the play test for UM, UC, APG, ARG, ACG, etc. etc. have just been play test within the bigger play test. Dreams within a dream, oh you clever boy you.

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I think the big question here that is being missed is, When will the GM screen with all the ACG iconics be available?

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I blame Cosmo.

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Did I miss something? Where is our iconic and backstory, I feel lost. *Grandmother is that you?*

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Her rope appeares to be tied to the back of the Pathfinder logo.

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Could it be used to "clean" ink from a document? Or paint from a canvas?

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Janitor PRC
Prequisites:
Lingustics 2 ranks
Ability to use prestidigitaion at will
Proficiency with all simple cleaning supplies

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Of course it would not work. That is a perfectly logical use of a cantrip that makes the game incredably broken and unbalanced. There's no way in the 9 levels of the Abyss this would fly at my table. :-P

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Love the last line in the story, it says it all.

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Love the detail on the rapier basket.

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I started playing D&D just months before the switch to 3.0 and loved it. Loved it even more in 3.5. Then thanks to 4e I fell in love with the Pathfinder beta. When we buried our D&D books in rubermaid containers in the basement our group swore off switching systems. That said we appreciate the way Paizo runs their company, and the game system they provide us with. Having spent so much money on D&D books I like the slower release schedule and lack of expensive hardbacks. I do miss Eberron and Sharn though. That was the best campaign setting ever, period.

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It is so the GM's job to beat up players. Why else would they give you all those cool monsters and NPC viliians. It is survival of the strongest and cleverest (is that a word), out there kill or be killed, scam or be scammed, kick the door in or get kicked in.

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qinggong monk lets you use ki to perform spell like abilities

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actually psionics is covered in the original pathfinder campaign setting (not the inner sea guide out now) and stated that half elves had a natural connection to crystal and this was a sign of their natural talent in psionics. just sayin.

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I don't know if it has been said before, though I am sure it has, I would love to see novelization of Rise of the Rune Lords. Or any other adventure path. But RotRL would definitley have to be the first.

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Chaotic evil means never having to say you're sorry.

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Magus: any archtype that gives it the same spell casting ability of the arcanist. A magus with that ability would be amazing and fit my idea of what a magus should be capable of.

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A Treant and an agent from the Logging Consortium were involved in a battle of riddles. The Logging Consortium agent won when he managed to stump the Treant.

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I had a pet half-dragon donkey with no back legs, I named him Dragon Ass.

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I made ranger character once with favored enemy fairies, every day for lunch he had a sprite and a brownie.

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Charlie the awakened pony wont be sining his hit song tonight he is a little hoarse(horse). Ah that one is better outloud so you don't see the spelling.

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A human, an elf, and a half-orc walk into a bar, the halfling and gnome walk under it.

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A halfling diviner specialist recently escaped the dungeons of his Chelaxian lord. Please be on lookout for a small medium at large.

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no doubt my people will rush headlong into all encounters in an attempt to die and thus roll new playtest characters. ah, i love character suicide by monster. it warms my otherwise cold and hardened GM heart to see those characters welcome the deaths i have planned for them with open arms.

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Stacking the improved critical feat and keen weapon property would be a huge boost to magi every where. I have to admit that the two not stacking never made sense to me. Keen is applied to a weapon to make it "sharper" as it were. Improved critical feat shows that the wielder is capable of wielding the weapon in such a way that he/she is better able to land blows that can fell a foe. This is like saying you can't apply dodge and dexterity to your standard AC or some other combo of two different bonuses applying to the same end result.

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I blame Cosmo for my recent galbladder surgery.

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@Kudaku yeah we looked at that as well, actually that was what we looked to first. We were just looking for some good story ideas and maybe a better rule to justify making it happen. As it is he is working on a personal side quest to help me out. The destroying and reforging kind of covers the idea how it loses its form thus allowing my will to reshape it in the ritual of reforging. But losing the archtype, therefore losing the blade, then regaining the archtype and the choosing a new type of sword was a little meh. Yeah RAW says it works but story wise can you just dump your sentient blade and then go out and start hanging out with a new one like nothing happened. What if you run into each other in a tavern one day and you're there with the new black blade and your old black blade is there with a new magus, AWKWARD!

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I am not trolling here and don't want to see any negative comments. It is a simple question, are any of you out there just happy with Pathfinder. I know I am, but it seems like all I see is negative thoughts on this game mechanic or that class is over powered or whatever. I just think it would be nice to have one thread out there where people take time to say something nice about Pathfinder, the game, we know the Paizo people are amazing. I see that all over the messageboards and have experienced it myself.
I will start.
I love the class archtypes, I was horrible about multi-classing in 3.5 and never was able to build what I wanted. The archtypes have saved me some serious headaches. Racial substitutions are awesome too, no two (state your race here) need be the same.

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...Sexist... Can't we just enjoy something for what it is? Come on, it was classic, I loved it. It reminded me of all the sword and sorcery stories that got me into RPGs. Besides it was all of 9 minutes long, you were expecting some mind blowing world altering revelation from an art students project.


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