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Looking at Luthorne's link:
Disrupting fist. New story feats (TWISTED LOVE).
Finally a story feat to play out that romance with the gnoll Lamashtu cultist.
SKIN SUIT Skin someone and wear their skin as a suit.
Wait, don't we already have this with Inner Sea Intrigue's 'recorporeal incarnation' spell and the 'seamless skin' magic item? It puts the lotion on its skin... Then again, if you have that aforementioned Gnoll cultist significant other, this way she can walk around town with you openly.
But whence all the skin-wearing love of late at Paizo?
Rules for being burned at the stake or put in the guillotine.
Inquisitors of Dammerich, you are not forgotten! Seriously, that sounds so bizarre I have to see it.
Book has a chapter of monster templates.
Templates are always good.
Decapitate, flesh wall, maze of maddness and suffering. Horrible maze. CLOWN CIRCUS MAZE OF DOOOOOM.
So, evil clown spells? Isn't that a redundancy?
It does sound great!
Generic Villain wrote:
They get a unique poison named after them and a spell that lets you convert one poison into another on the fly. There's also some fluff on the Daggermark guilds in the River Kingdoms section.
A whole section on the River Kingdoms? May we get some hints at least as to what else can be found there?
Oh, and given that they mention Daggermark in the product description, what in the book relates to them? It does strike me that both the Daggermark Assassins and Poisoners could use vigilantes very well. The social identity is the cover, and the 'vigilante' one comes out when it;'s time for the kill.
Slithery D wrote:
Most of those deities I get, but Cayden? It's because he's the god of booze, right?
"You sure look a lot hotter now that I've had those ten ales!"
I am also guessing that this particular inquisition is really best reserved for the less action-heavy campaigns. It'd be a bit hard to use most of those in your average dungeon crawl.
Still and all, it sounds good.
That list given above for what this PDF contains... Yeah. I want this one now. This is what descriptions of products should be like.
And this sounds like it would work great with a Kingmaker campaign. There was oddly little treant action in that one despite the heavy focus on the wilderness.
The serene forest master (monk treant) whose understanding of the trees around him is at once both physical and metaphysical
And now I am imagining a treant version of 'Kung Fu', where Woody the Monk spends two-thirds of his time talking about peace and wisdom and patience, and the rest kicking people in the throat.
Ask a Shoanti wrote:
Thanks for the information.
Gothic. I LOVE that one. Everything about it works so well.
And that one line...
"Your time is at an end, old friend. Come to Hell and die forever."
Heh, that reminds me how back when Civil War was a thing. Marvel released a picture of Iron Man, his armor painted in red white and blue, and with the classic Cap shield.
I showed it to some people at another forum and they universally denounced it as bullsh*t and me for an idiot to fall for it. "Because not even Marvel Comics and Quesada would be THAT STUPID."
Then it came out and we learned that no, it was NOT Tony Stark in that armor.
It was Norman Osborn. Which I suppose meant that Marvel wasn't 'that stupid', they were even stupider!
Nonsensical "shocking" plotlines like this remind me why I stopped reading Marvel Comics in the first place. How bad are the sales if this is what they're doing to drum up interest with phony 'controversy'?
And when will we get the plotline about how Spidey has been making money on the side for years now by dealing drugs?
Awesome book, I have exactly one complaint: why is the Execution Inquisition not associated with Damerrich, who is literally the Empyreal Lord of executions.
Really? Well, crap -- though it's not hard to justify giving it to him.
Which gods DID get the Execution inquisition, by the way?
Lincoln Hills wrote:
Those are all great ideas that I'd love to see dealt with.
One I might add would be how to handle enemies that are honestly good -- not hypocrites, not nasty fanatics, but genuinely good. There are times I'd like to see an adventure where two good guys (one the PCs) want or need something desperately, but only one of them can get it. It'd be a little different.
Epic Meepo wrote:
If it's any consolation, even if I were following my original release schedule, this series wouldn't be finished for a year or more after the time stamp on this post. My 5e projects have only set this series behind by four or five titles (out of a planned forty-something titles).
Wow. 40+ titles for the series? I'm stuck with wondering how you'd ever find enough material for them. Though you've done great with it thus far.
Can we get any hints on what's intended to be next in the series?
Why, what is the price? I remember that for some reason most 'Alter Self' based magic items in the game seem pretty highly priced. Of course there's nothing from you setting the price at whatever you want in a home game, or even letting someone get their hands on an item for free as loot or the like. Especially when they start to discover that it's got a curse on it and/or some powerful people want their skin-suit back and are prepared to slice it off of you if need be...
doc the grey wrote:
*shudder* Sounds like the sort of thing Zon-Kuthon's divine servants keep around for occasions when they don't need to display every single mutilation to the gawking masses. They're probably also the best at creating them, too.
Still, it sounds like one neat and creepy magic item. And dumb question, do they have an illustration of one in the book? I kind of doubt it, but morbid curiosity impels me to ask.
doc the grey wrote:
Hmm, my planned Inquisitor of Dammerich definitely knows what his Inquisition will be!
And that 8th level power, doesn't the game already permit you to make an auto critical hit against someone who can't move? Given that this seems intended for use with legal executions where the target won't be running and dodging, it does seem kind of unnecessary. Unless of course I'm just missing something that can be found in the actual book.
Wow, that is an amazing list for one spell. Of course I imagine the whole 'need a fresh corpse' aspect does tend to limit its use slightly. And do they say just how much Permanency would cost when used with this spell?
But what good does it do to make the animal companion look like a humanoid if they still have animal level intelligence?
I also didn't think about the nasty possibilities when combined with Sculpt Corpse.
And thanks to Kalindlara for reminding me about AP #16. I should still have that one around.
In the hopes that this is a good place to ask, just what is the intended use for the Recorporeal Incarnation spell? It seems to me to be a 'cool, but how do you use it' spell along with Reincarnate Spy from Ultimate Intrigue. What can they do that lesser polymorphing spells can't?
I hope that question isn't too far out of line for here.
Irnk, Dead-Eye's Prodigal wrote:
Thanks, Irnk. Adding it to the witch's spell list does make sense.
Thanks for the response on Blood Hexes, Luthorne. You are indeed a scholar and a gentleman.
And this about the drovier... When I first heard about the archetype, I disliked it simply because I consider wild shape to be one of the best things about the druid class. But now? Now I've got to get this book for the archetype. Having read those Aspect spells, seriously, aside from the great buffs, this druid gets to turn their pals into animal people!
Irnk, Dead-Eye's Prodigal wrote:
Finally, I want to thank Paizo for updating one of my favorite, creepiest spells you ever came up with, Recorporeal Incarnation. I loved that spell & really, this is the perfect source-book to bring it back in, thanks.
Wait, they re-did the 'Buffalo Bill' spell? AKA, 'wear that dead guy for a disguise'? Dare we ask how it works now, or hasn't it been changed that much?
That template is great. Thanks for sharing it.
Rogue Eidolon wrote:
Oh I would love to see the one about
Spoiler:. Especially if they're based on the one from what I still think of as 'the Baba Yaga AP'. I liked that one and I long hoped someone among the 3rd party publishers would do more with the character.
the identity-challenged winter wolf