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Scott Wilhelm wrote:
To follow up on his point: Can you find a rule that it stops counting as a manufactured weapon?
Maybe if the police quit arresting journalists, we would have a clearer picture.
What other ways if thinking should we kill people for?
Cheap for adventurers, not commoners.
I just think that's a very low bar for murder.
I don't think gunning down human beings because they took stuff will make us better.
Do you think we should execute all thieves on sight or just those caught up in a mob mentality?
My guess is that the officer encountered an angry and belligerent teen and decided to arrest him for... I have no idea (probably jaywalking) since he didn't know about the crimes the boy was a suspect in. As the teen was being placed in the cruiser the teen foolishly decided to fight back and at some point they struggled over the officer's weapon which was fired into the cruiser. The teen ran and in the heat of rage the officer gunned him down.
When was the last time you saw/ heard of a white teenager placed in the back of a patrol car for jaywalking?
It was his love of racism, whether he admits that to himself or anyone else.
Cannot cast Anthropomorphic Animal on an Awakened creature. They are magical beasts.
I would say Unfetter doesn't affect their ability to wear armor (because the spell makes no mention of armor). It's only a standard action to dismiss the eidolon. There are not too many ways to get armor on a creature faster than that and I'm not sure what the benefit would be in dismissing it quicker. (I guess if you wanted to dismiss it and use your Summon Monster ability in the same round...)
Armor interferes with the connection between a eidolon and it's summoner so I would say the eidolon is dismissed.
Lord Gadigan wrote:
These are what I was going to suggest with the addition of the Golem/Construct Summoner being Int based.
Actually, as has been mentioned several times, in Pathfinder an Int of 4 makes you The Villiage Idiot.
I didn't say that and I don't play in your games.
Except they aren't really for mental stats. Sure if you want to know if you are strong enough to lift a box, there's a chart you can check; stomach a poison, there's a DC for that; conceive of a plan, that's just a judgement call.
This is not to say I agree with other people telling someone how to roleplay, but I understand their frustration. I would be annoyed by someone role playing their four Int as an eighteen Int, just as I would be at someone describing their gnome as a half-orc.
Heavy Shield (+2 shield), Shield Focus (+3), Greater Shield Focus (+4), +5 enhancement (+9), Improved Shield Bash and +5 Defending Shield (+14)
You can get pretty close with just one.
The village idiot can be a simple commoner or stable boy, not all commoners or stable boys have a four Intelligence. Sure you could explain to someone, follow, open cell, then hide the key, but would you expect the village idiot to come up with that plan on his own.This isn't a discussion on what a four Int can learn to do, but what can that person come up with on their own.
Just to add...Does it change your stance that Hobby Lobby was factually wrong, and none of the birth control methods caused an abortion by the scientific definition? How about the fact that three of the four did not qualify based on Hobby Lobby's definition of abortion?
You do realize your uncle and his friends paid into unemployment while they were employed, right? And then, after they lost their job through no fault of their own, reaped the benefits of unemployment insurance. Their situation would not have happened in the 1800s because after they lost their job, they would have starved and died penniless in the streets. Their families too. Their foreclosed homes would have brought down everyone's property value and the local stores would have all closed because no one had money to buy things. That's what you want to go back to? I don't think you know what a social contract is.
Malachi Silverclaw wrote:
What Sohei get at 6th level is Weapon Training. That's it.
Wrong. Look again.
Sohei Weapon Training wrote:
Weapon Training (Ex): At 6th level, a sohei gains weapon training in one of the following weapon groups, as the fighter class feature: bows, crossbows, monk weapons, polearms, spears, or thrown weapons. He may select an additional group of weapons for every six levels after 6th, to a maximum of three at 18th level. A sohei may use flurry of blows and ki strike with any weapon in which he has weapon training. This ability replaces purity of body, diamond body, quivering palm, timeless body, and tongue of sun and moon.
They get weapon training and the ability to use flurry and Ki strike with any weapon in which he has weapon training. It's listed in the class ability they get at 6th level. You get that class ability at 6th level, not before.