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Nature abhors a vacuum!
In the absence of information, I'm always more than happy to make up info!
So ya, make up names for them.
They can object all they want, but you're doing so in character... and its their own damn fault.
Hell, some of the nicknames might even catch on! I love a good nickname backstory!
1) no, they do not get full hp on the first HD like PC's.
Pirate Rob wrote:
Mudball is the one I've got the most stamps for =)
If you get your eidolon to size large through normal evolutions and then cast an enlarge person spell to make it huge, followed by a permanency. What would happen when you got to the point of being able to buy the huge size evolution? Would it just not be effective or would it increase another size level?
You would no longer be able to give it that evolution, as you do not qualify.
From the Large (ex) evolution description wrote:
The eidolon must be Medium to take this evolution.
In order to give your eidolon the large evolution *or* the huge evolution, it has to be medium to start out (as per the text of the evolution).
So if you make it large by default in the mean time, you no longer qualify to take the evolution.
How it gets adjudicated from there, I'm sure would vary by GM.
And channeling can still heal them just fine.
Though the point that dragonhunterq made above: that, even if they do save, they just take half the healing not none at all, is the important one.
So you can still heal them if they're hanging on by a rage-thread... it just costs you more resources.
Murdock Mudeater wrote:
As for killing them, a good one I've heard for dealing with flying dragons is to ready a Wall Stone to appear in their flight path when its too late for them to turn to avoid (like as they are swooping in to attack). Since it's instantaneous, should work here. Is limited to the GM's interpretation of what would happen, but I've heard good results on this end. And since they are crashing into the wall, instead of the wall attacking them, it often bypasses DR and such (like falling damage).
This does not work either.Rules for conjuration/summoning spells don't allow them to be called into existence in mid-air.
And even if the dragon were flying low enough that you could build it up tall enough to try, the dragon should still get a save to avoid it. (much like trying to use a wall to 'trap' someone, as per the spell description.
Now, a Wall of Force, on the other hand, is evocation...
Just a Mort wrote:
Although good in theory, in practice it is extremely unlikely that a lantern archon would be able to resist the Frightful Presence aura, and would just spend all its time fleeing in fear without ever being able to get close enough to use its ranged attack.
You can't 'perma-prone' people with trip.
I see no actual whip proficiency (its an exotic weapon so he's not proficient just for being a fighter, or a human).
As for what to do, sunder the damn whip, its got no hit points or hardness to speak of.
edit: also, you could use enlarge person on the giants (they are humanoids)... once they gain a size category, he would no longer be able to trip them at all without increasing in size himself... though he could still disarm them.
I waffle on the animal fury with feral gnasher.
The 6th level Improved Lockjaw ability specifically states "is unable to move or use her mouth for anything other than grappling."
This could be interpreted as precluding using it for additional bite attacks from animal fury.
Expect variance there.
Can you get floating disk and have the bird on that?
A wand wouldn't last overly long (its 1 hour a level) ... but if you can cast it yourself (perhaps with a lesser rod of extend) you could work it to last the whole work day, before too long.
If its a familiar, I can only assume you have access to arcane spells in some fashion... so a possibility.
Now if you can just have your floating disk look like a 1974 dodge cop car...
ya, wait, don't withdraw because I pondered a goblin. =)
I was just throwing it out there to see what folks thought of it.
To be honest, I'm pondering not doing the AP thing at all.
Re: goblin PC thoughts
The general hope will be to tie his background in with one of the other players (whoever feels up the RP side of things and a willingness to work it in)
Basic premise being, said other pc managed (completely unintentionally) to save him from drowning (exact details of the event to be decided)... and ever since, despite countless attempts to lose him or shoo him away, he's been following them around incessantly like a cheerful little puppy... (that occassionally goes all feral and gnaws someone's leg off.)
They finally gave up trying to dodge him, and just got used to him following them around. Though he doesn't speak common (goblins do not get it automatically) and the other PC does not speak goblin, eventually the two of them have worked out a sort of pseudo language between them (part common, part goblin, part facial expression and physical gestures and tone, etc) that they understand each other well enough... much to the confusion of others.
Mechanically, I can give him common, just not use it.
(my main reason for hoping to do it this way, is because I want to make him this seemingly happy cheerful little fellow that's almost always talking to himself and breaking out into cheerful-sounding goblin tunes he makes up on the fly (like Golum in the LotR movie singing his little song while catching the fish) It would be really difficult to come up with all of this for real, so much easier to just mention he's off to one side singing something then worry about making up the words (I'm obsessive enough I'd probably try to do it)
I don't intend on him being a big conversationalist, just a missile you point and shoot at the enemy (possibly with a hidden clever side not immediately obvious.. depending on how my stats work out =))
Motivation is not a big issue, as he will just be intent on doing whatever the other PC is doing, and supporting their decisions over anyone elses. (In reality he believes the other PC is an avatar of the goblin hero god Zogmugot, who for whatever reason decided to allow him to live then stick around so clearly he must assist them in all things)
Not sure on the campaign traits, will partially depend on when he and the other PC meet up (I could work in a few of them if needed)
The feral gnasher archetype is a goblin only barbarian archetype that basically gives them a bite attack and upgrades to that.
Lots of background and Rp stuff rolling around my head still, but don't want to dive too far down this rabbit hole if its not going to work for the campaign.
The only pc I'm inspired to play at the moment, that I can't do in PFS, is a goblin feral gnasher...
Mostly for the rp side of it, as I'd hope to convince everyone *not* to know goblin =)
Not sure how viable the archetype is over the long haul though, as want to mostly just gnaw on things.
Will have to ponder.
The musket and pistol used to say the same thing (what the pistol does now)
The errata changed the musket wording, but they forgot to change the pistol wording.
There was a later clarification that the pistol was supposed to change as well in the same way.
These were errataed (?) not too long ago.
ie: using both barrels is a standard action
This was primarily to avoid all the gun shenanigans that used to occur with folks shooting both barrels for every attack during a full attack actions.
So in your example, you would lose your iterative attack (as you can't full attack anymore firing both barrels) but gain the 2nd bullet ... so +2/+2
Unsure what happens if you misfire on both ... =) kaboom?
GM V wrote:
its a 1-5 but we will probably be in the high tier. It is part 3 of an arc and you get to play with mythic powers.
Its actually a 3-7.The first 2 parts were 1-5, the 3rd part is higher.
You are paraphrasing.
The exact wording is of import
Precise Strike: "To use this deed, a swashbuckler cannot attack with a weapon in her off hand"
Whether its in your hand is not relevant, for either ability.
If you've house ruled around the stuff, that's fine. But straight up, not so much.
I think seasons 4 and 5 have all sorts of nicely connected gems in them, connecting things from both seasons and from multiple directions.
General plot spoilers for a number of Season 4 and 5 scenarios:
The afore mentioned Disappeared -> Fortress of the Nail in season 4 leading to the confrontation with TD in Vengeance at Sundered Craig in season 5
The Glories of the Past series in season 4 ... followed by the season 5 (Siege of the Diamond City) special ... leading into The Traitor's Lodge ... then to the same Vengeance at Sundered Craig scenario mentioned above, though for a different (but connected) npc confrontation.
And the Library of the Lion -> Horn of Aroden connection you mention above ... to find the Horn... then onto Assault on the Wound to actually use it (if you're the right faction) ... and the events in Assault happen more or less in conjunction with the events in Sundered Craig.
There's all great connected stuff going on there.
All in all, I think they did a great job of making the PC's feel connected to the massive events that went on with the whole Sky Citadel/Worldwound storylines. And not just in the above scenarios, but many others.
The problem is that you want your mount to be an actual griffon... just a young one.
That leads to problems.
From an enemy not knowing that its not an animal, assuming its a magical beast...
To someone using Gorge of Gluttons on it =)
Its not 'just fluff that doesn't affect mechanics' if its type is visually different.
The rule quoted for smoke is not the rule for 'normal smoke' its the rule for 'heavy smoke'.
There's a difference.
It is the same as the smoke from a smokestick.
ie: it does nothing but obscure vision, just in a bigger area.
Just cause its a spell like ability, does not change the casting time.
It still takes a whole minute.
A spell-like ability has a casting time of 1 standard action unless noted otherwise in the ability or spell description
You said it already, it seems the closest to the urgrosh.
Which is basically a battleaxe/spear combo.
If you want to ignore the spear side, then its just a battleaxe.
It is not a dwarven waraxe.
You could use feat you mention, to do piercing damage with a battleaxe.
mileage will vary
There is no miss chance due to being incorporeal.
The concealment from the evolution should apply to everything (corporeal or not). that's part of the 'shadow' stuff, not the 'incorporeal' stuff.
Shadow Form is not making your eidolon incorporeal. Be clear on that. It gives it some concealment, and allows it to affect incorporeal creatures... but it is not incorporeal itself else it would not need to give it the Ghost Touch ability, as incorporeal creatures can already affect other incorporeal creatures.
And just for clarity, you can give your eidolon the shadow form evolution via the level 2 summoner spell, lesser evolution surge.
Also, this evolution might not be PFS legal, unless you're a Fetchling... if it matters.
Gwen Smith wrote:
Utilizing the chronicles takes more then a round... well unless you spent the hour on the right book earlier in the day I suppose.
To reitterate what the previous poster was referring to...
It looks like someone overwrote the slayer class description page with the slayer archetype page.
both have the same content.
Not sure when this happened... but as of now, its impossible to look at the class description =)
You're calculating this wrong in your examplea +1 weapon requires a caster level of 3
Weapon Special Abilities - Caster Level for Weapons wrote:
For an item with only an enhancement bonus and no other abilities, the caster level is three times the enhancement bonus.
A corrosive weapon has a caster level of 10A thundering weapon has a caster level of 5
Weapon Special Abilities - Caster Level for Weapons wrote:
The caster level of a weapon with a special ability is given in the item description.
Price +1 bonus; Aura moderate evocation; CL 10th; Weight —
Price +1 bonus; Aura faint necromancy; CL 5th; Weight —
So a +1 corrosive thundering katana, would have a final CL of 10 (the highest of the three) and thus the make whole would require a 20th level caster (thus putting the cost at 20 x 2 x 10 = 400 gp)
Out of curiosity, does a beast rider cavalier qualify to take Monstrous Mount? (They don't meet the requirements, as written, having none of divine bond, hunter's bond, or the mount class feature (the later is traded out for the exotic mount class feature)).
How is this a problem at level 1?
A fine sized gunslinger will be doing what?
So he does 1 or 2 points of damage? And won't have any bonuses to that at 1st level other then maybe point blank shot. Most things will laugh at him.
Now, once the dex to damage kicks in, then it might be a decent number (along with deadly aim) ... but until he gets to level 5, he's not going to destroy anything.
I thought there was a rule somewhere that dire animals were not legal to purchase in PFS.
So its not legal to purchase dire animals from the Animal Archive.
Does the AA supersede the UE, due to being the newer publication?
Seems like it should just be a blanket things, but guess not.
Its not a touch attack though.All the physical kinetic blasts are regular ranged attacks.
Only the elemental kinetic blasts are touch attacks.
Thus his original question.
hmm... what happened? When I first posted, we were high tier whether I played 4 or 6... =) Now we're low, regardless.
As with Gunnar, I'd rather not play a 6 in a 3-4.
Curaigh, could you hook up the discussion thread?