Barbarians and Rogues are only flat footed when you are four levels higher than them. A bunch of other archtype classes and prestige classes get this ability as well.
I think it's fine.
Also, I seem to remember seeing that Monks can never be denied their AC bonus.... but can't find where I read that.
Wood... block... carving...?
How on earth are you creating this?
(I'm not familiar with this technique)
Horses can't double move all day, or they'll die. They take 1 damage the first hour, 2 the second, 4 the third, 8 the fourth, 16 the fifth, 32 the sixth, 64 the seventh, and 128 the eighth hour (and it's lethal damage for horses).
So, if the horses have 256 or more hit points, it shouldn't be a problem.
Ah... okay. The Vacant tent event is the one with the girl being assaulted right? Did you say "you hear a struggle, a girl whimpering, etc" or something? I don't know any PC's who'd ignore that!
I can't believe they didn't get enough Virtue points. Did you run all the events?
This is what I don't get about this forum.
Jeremiziah is being pretty level-headed and only calling out the jerks. Whereas some people are blatantly trolling, tossing passive-aggressive insults, or being condescending jerks outright.
Why do the people who call out the jerks have their posts removed, but the jerks who worded their posts carefully (to skirt the "rules" of the site) have theirs stay up in all their condescending glory?
james maissen wrote:
Cool. So, what about the four nalfeshnees and 12 hezrous he has already summoned?
if the GM isn't up for continuing but most of the players are, the GM can step aside and someone else can pick up that role.
Hm. I disagree with this completely.
Nobody else gets to see my notes, my maps, my story arcs, my NPC's, etc. Those are trade secrets which I may use in future campaigns.
When this story is over, it's over. The next story will be good, too.
If someone else wants to DM their own campaign that's fine. But it won't be in the context of my world, my characters, my story.
If players continued to somehow play a campaign that I ended, I'd get all nerd rage about "canon" and how their new additions to the story aren't!!
I'm going to post Cibet44's post from the other thread here because I thought it was interesting and relevant:
Aid-another, flanking... AC 30 isn't insurmountable.
Plus, as stated above, Willies only have an AC of 26 in Pathfinder. We aren't in 3.5 anymore, bretheren!
Valandil Ancalime wrote:
Sorry, didn't mean to sound like a 102 year old stumbling around the internet.
The problem was, parts of the page were blocked at work, so there was essentially just a bunch of seemingly random text with no links.
At home, the link looks as you described.
I'm confused... where is the download link once on that page? Very strange.
Abraham spalding wrote:
It's called cheese.
Which one? All three, I get three attacks.
I'd have you suffer the -2 on attacks with the bow for using the cestus. And I don't think I'd allow you to threaten with it since, y'know, it's on your bow firing arrows.
I also wouldn't allow a locked gauntlet to work with a bow. It doesn't specifically say, but I think it's intended use is for melee weapons. But I could probably be talked into it. Meh.
But you just keep on cheesin' that cheese train, bronado.
Abraham spalding wrote:
Oh, more stupid cheese? Then I'll just sunder your quiver.
Seriously, do you or your players actually play like this?
Abraham spalding wrote:
Sundering is harder than it use to be. A human fighter can be all but immune to sunder attempts rather easily, and you can't even damage a weapon unless your enhancement bonus is equal to the weapon you are trying to sunder. So if it's a +3 bow and you have a +2 keen great sword you are wasting your time.
Maybe, but disarming is pretty easy when the person you're doing it to can't get attacks of opportunity off. :)
Kyle Olson wrote:
The HP thing really isn't important as far as I can tell. It's much easier to see on the character itself anyway.
But again thanks for this!
Kyle Olson wrote:
Custom conditions is the best thing that has ever happened to me.
Now... for some reason I'm trying to edit the CMB and CMD of characters in the "Party" section, and it's setting them to 0 no matter what I type in there.
Also, the "HP" in the right summary side when I'm clicked on any character shows 0 unless the character was an import from PCGen. The HP shows fine in the "Party" Column on each character. (Edit: I've been playing around, and it gives some weird results in that right screen... I have someone with 97 hp max showing as 1d1+2 as their HP on that right column).
Edit again: Enlarge Spell doesn't seem to subtract 1 from AC and attack rolls due to size (it correctly deducts the Dex and Adds the Str though).
There's an ability like that from a Paizo module. I don't know if I'm allowed to quote it, so let me know and I'll remove it:
Shadow [the sword] may be used to cast invisibility (CL 10th), or the blade itself can be turned invisible for one round, making it incredibly difficult to parry and dodge. If your opponent cannot see invisible objects and does not succeed on a DC 25 Spot check to follow your arm motions, he is considered flat-footed against all your attacks with Shadow that round.
So, I did searches and only found threads about enchanting a wand with a metamagic feat.
What I want to know, is if my character finds a wand of scorching ray, can I apply my personal empower spell metamagic feat when using this wand? Or are they not able to be enhanced in this way?
Claws of the Vampire King and Energy Drain abilities both have the exact same description, other than Energy Drain being a prereq for Claws.
Did I (or somebody else) already suggest that when you add a condition it actually changes the stats? Such as the Fatigued condition (which would reduce Strength and Dexterity scores) or Sickened (reduce all save throws).
Anyway, I use this program constantly. The treasure generator is the greatest thing I've ever encountered. I've been rolling for treasure for 10 years. No longer!
Why are you bonusing wisdom? Pregnant women are crazy, which is the very definition of a low wisdom.
Only the "Supernaturally dark" function disables darkvision, and I don't think the arenas will be starting at dim light (one level down- darkness, one more- supernaturally dark).
This is my favorite cheese so far.