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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Now to figure out which of my characters will brave this trail.

The brave ones, duh.

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Jeven wrote:
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There should be a general forum rule against starting such threads.
There should be a general rule against complaining about the presence of threads which you are not interested in but other people are.

Let me guess, you're a new one here.

*checks*

Yup. 2013. Fresh kid, new to the block. I can see the acne on your face.

See, I am a grizzled old dog, I fought in a flame war, or two. I took two termp bans on my chest and I watched in glorious joy as people got permabanned because I've managed to trip them over into frenzy.

But I digress.

There have been dozens of these threads already, and they usually end in tears, Paladin questions, Icyshadow and Mikaze going on their usual "always Evil is terribad, let's have some villages of Good orcs who could raise these kids, Paizo why won't you give us any?" tangents, somebody going off in a totally opposite direction (likely just to argue with these two), somebody likening killing goblin babies to whatever is currently happening in Palestine, somebody saying how alignment is a retarded idea to begin with, somebody saying how alignment is good because Gary Was Right, somebody linking his/her 'monster orphanage' thread and somebody asking why the hell is killing children any different from killing adults, then somebody saying that killing children is basically like killing puppies since children aren't really full human beings and then some lone mother walks into the thread and imagines somebody saying that to her IRL and oh dear, is my coffee ready?

"Is killing orc kids evil?" sits right next to "Why some people consider rogues weak", "Caster/Martial disparity - truth or myth?" and "Did my Paladin just fail?" in the Inevitable Mod Lock Material category.

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There should be a general forum rule against starting such threads.

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bugleyman wrote:

Has WotC's crack team of technical experts managed to solve the intractable conundrum of PDFs yet?

*shakes Magic 8-Ball*

** spoiler omitted **

Well, they did, but now the issue is considered by The Board of Directors, who have only recently discovered that the VHS/Betamax war was finally concluded...

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pickin_grinnin wrote:

In the end, a company should focus on hiring the best candidate for the position. Period. No company should bear the burden of hiring someone primarily because of his/her gender, orientation, ethnicity, etc. Successful companies hire the best person, regardless of any of that.

Sure, in an ideal world, where companies don't play into prejudices such as "women are inferior employees because they bleed once per month" or "all Mexicans are illegal thieves so I ain't hiring no mex crap in my True American company".

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OK, since the Word of God says Asmodeus is a bad idea, I'm going to go with Ragathiel.

Raggy: "I SHALL KILLMURDERGENOCIDE YOU ALL IN THE NAME OF GREATER GOOD!"
Devils: Hey, man, but you're, huh, one of us basically.
Raggy: "*sobs* STOP REMINDING ME! BURNINATE!"

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I just don't run games for such people. Sooner or later, my deranged godless communist Yurpean self shines through and I get thrown out of the window.

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Count me in the 'moar options' camp. If I want to play an RPG where options are purely cosmetic and the only difference between a spear-wielding Norse valkyrie and a gnome dinosaur hunter is fluff-only, I have all those retro-D&D and rules-light systems to keep me warm.

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Funny observation: that one time I've have had a problem with a Chinese client, there were apologies, remedies and a bottle of cognac delivered by UPS to my home.

(If only they knew that I prefer Scotch over cognac!)

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You can't really build a solid point-based class builder, because of the way class features are interdependent and don't exist in a vacuum. Let's assume you take the "rage" class feature and price at 10 points. However, rage will have a completely different impact on a class depending on other class features and characteristics - it will have the most impact on a full-BAB class which assumes STR as the main combat stat, far less impact on a medium-BAB class where STR is a secondary attribute and will be worthless for a slow-BAB class.

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I'm going to roll a dwarven paladin who is obsessed with the spell haste for my next Pathfinder game. He will have maxed Know(arcana) and Spellcraft and will continuosly discuss how awesome haste is, what is the history behind the spell, who was the first caster ever to cast it, what are the variants of the spell and what the finer points of difference between the version cast by Wiz/Sorc and the Summoner one.

His tragedy? Not having it on his spell list and having no ranks in UMD. There, instant roleplaying. In a tabletop miniatures wargame!

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Morzadian wrote:


In D&D 3.5 the Invisibility spell was changed to "invisible only in combat" evident by its short duration (rounds/level).

It's minutes/level. And if you're a fan of longer durations, there's a 3.5 metamagic feat Persistent Spell. Poof, instant 24h pure roleplaying. See? 3.5 is every bit as roleplaying game as previous eds were.

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In AD&D (1e) a barbarian could summon a barbarian horde consisting of hundreds of barbarians. Is this a 'tactical wargame ability'? of course not.

Of course it is. "Hundreds" is tactical. Now if it was "tens of thousands" you could make a case it's a strategic ability... Heck, am I pretending it was a serious ability? Of course it wasn't, apart from being turbo limited (can be summoned only in native land, yay!) it was a gamer over button because what sane GM would run an adventure that's about 500 barbarians trying to clear Tomb of Horrors?

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GâtFromKI wrote:
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How's that all different from having to learn most of a spell list in order to play a full caster efficiently?

When you create a level 1 CRB wizard, you chose something like 8 spells out of a list of ~30 level 1 spells; there is even a list of the level 1 spells with a summary of the effects. Then you have to chose the prepared spells, but it's a list of 3 out of your 8 known spells.

By the time you have to chose some level 2 spells, you have a good knowledge of the level 1 spell. And so on.

Note that the kineticist would be far simpler with a list of power by element and level, like the wizard spell list.

For the medium, at level 1 you immediately have access to all spirit, at any time of the day with the transe... A level 20 medium may be simpler that a level 20 full caster, I don't know, but the whole complexity of the class is frontloaded at level 1; there is no simple entry point for the class.

Oh, and the complexity allows you to easily create some corner cases that aren't covered by the rules, like having contradictory compulsions or using the influence system to bind more spirits than you are allowed to or ignore the sprits compatibility rules...

It's circa 40 spells at 1st level if you're playing core-only, but if you throw in APG, ACG, UM and UC (note: no softcovers!) you're at 120 1st level spells or so. Which actually is a front-load as well, because the higher the level, the less spells.

I don't think having a single front-loaded class is bad, I'd just treat it as something for those people who really love absorbing lots of data to play their class right. A Wizard player in one my campaign is pretty much memorizing (as a person) every spell that there is, and he lately told me he's halfway there.

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But Pathfinder, like D&D, always was a wargame. No amount of rose-tinted glasses worn during re-reading Tomb of Horrors can change the fact that D&D grew out of a desire from Gygax and Arneson to have a small-scale tactical wargame they could use to play out their fave sword & sorcery heroes vs monsters adventures. And so they did.

When you try any RPG system that grew out of opposition to D&D - and has rules, narrative and acting interact together far more than D&D does - it become blindingly obvious that no matter if it's 0e, 1e, BECMI, 2e, 3e/3.5e/PF, 4e or 5e they're all wargaming rulesets with the entire role-playing part bolted on and only loosely connected. Having played quite a few dozens of non-D&D RPGs I always get a laugh when "old school" people ramble on about how 3e and onwards it's all rules and no role-playing. Guys, you're all wargamers arguing whether wood elves were better off in 2ed or 4ed of the game.

Now of course you can have fantastic role-playing in D&D and you can publish amazing campaign settings and adventures for it. But always, you'll be playing a tactical wargame, and the ruleset will concerns itself with combat and pretty much nothing else. The mechanical chassis doesn't interact with neither the players' acting nor with GM's narrative.

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How's that all different from having to learn most of a spell list in order to play a full caster efficiently?

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Asmodeus, of course. House Thrune has outlasted its usefulness, it's time for a fresh new perspective on things.

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Alex Smith 908 wrote:
I'm sorry that we've done this "oh no teh bloat" song and dance so many times that the actors are recognizable. Put this up there with monday monkday, rollplay vs teaparty debates, and caster supremacy arguments as something that happens every single week on these forums. Nothing is accomplished, no one is convinced of anything, and the people whining on both sides are the same every single time.

Isn't this the time for our monthly Paladin alignment thread, by the way?

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MYTHIC TOZ wrote:
Wiggz is missing the point.

Ah, the post where Rynjin's crusade began.

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Fun fact: the OP of this thread was recently seen rocking an Arcanist, which is something he should totally not be doing if he was to take his own concerns seriously.

Fun fact 2: ACG is almost sold out, so I guess that until the sales of player-oriented hardcovers pummel, the care box for this thread will remain quite empty.

Vote with your wallets! Stop buying Paizo books! Burn the ones you have! Print out the PDFs, and burn them too! Youtube it! Make sure you tell your community! Be a real capitalist!

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Wiggz wrote:


What got me intthe presumption that updating out-of-print AP's that were released under the 3.5 ruleset would somehow negatively impact the sales of new AP's to current subscribers has pretty much been proven to be false...

Proven? How? By scientific data? Empirical research? Court rulings? You have any analysis from the fields of economy at hand? Numbers? Predictions based on said numbers? Or, for the lack of the above, experience working in the gaming industry which would give some remote credibility to guesswork? Knowledge on potential ROI? Factoring said ROI into annual budget? Long-term financial strategy?

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Adam Daigle wrote:
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Fun fact: we have 60 bottles of vodka left from the wedding. Help plx?
Well, you know our address. :)

I was kind of hoping that Paizo staff will drop by for a house party, where I will proceed to drink Erik under the table and extract the release schedule for the next 5 years, but I guess that will have to wait to until Paizocon. In the mean time, I'll try to figure out if sending a bottle of (arguably dangerous) liquid over to 'Murica won't end up with me waterboarded in some Pakistani jail...

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Fun fact: we have 60 bottles of vodka left from the wedding. Help plx?

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Kineticist is not just Avatar/Korra, it's also pretty much Fullmetal Alchemist and a dozen other anime archetypes. The moment I opened the playtest document I knew the book is going to be pretty much 'Kinetic Adventures + 5 other classes' because all the threads where people broke their craniums trying to build a faithful representation of a Bender or a State Alchemist.

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Seeing Eric Monna back large and in charge brings much joy. If only folks stopped mis-pronouncing his name!

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RPG Publishing Logic:

Paizo puts out a GM-oriented book: unicorns, love, happiness, harmony, pats on the back, oh guys never mind the page 43 typo, it's splendid all around.

Paizo puts out a player-oriented book: MRRRRRUUUUUAGH HOW DARE YOU PUBLISH A HALF-EDITED COMPILATION OF FAIL, R-WORD AND INSULT AGAINST HUMAN INTELLIGENCE! SKR KILLED ROUGES AGAIN! GIVE ME MY MONEY BACK, THERE'S A TYPO ON PAGE 43!!!!!!!!! FRANK TROLLMAN LIVES!

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Kajehase wrote:
All hail the windbag and his new windbagette!

'Are you happy to see me, or is it just a baguette in your pocket?'

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Yeah, I feel really good about letting that particular cat out of the bag.

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Which was to say, I got married on September 20 2014! Life has been so hectic ever since that I've barely had time for our Awesome Community, so I totally forgot to brag about it here.

Of course, my wife is an avid RPGer too, we met at a gaming convention and I offered her a spot in my Skulls and Shackles campaign. Our first proper date was cleverly disguised as "character creation". We used 4d6 drop lowest and there was a lot of rolling in the days to follow. Now we're looking forward to visiting the real-world equivalent of Shackles in December as part of our honeymoon campaign.

Some day, we will make it together to PaizoCon. You won't know what hit you, Seattle.

(And yes, I'll link the wedding pic gallery here once it's available!)

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Hungary and Poland are actually two separate countries, thank you very much.

And I am disappointed, such level of geographical ignorance is beholden to the Yankees, it's sad to find it among Kangaroos.

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I'm DM'ing 2 Paizo APs (Reign of Winter and Skulls and Shackles), Emerald Spire and a campaign which is effectively a string of unconnected adventures, most of them Paizo or 3PP stuff.

I've ran RotRL (almost complete), Way of the Wicked (abandoned because we all agreed that it sucks donkey balls), Jade Regent (abandoned due to romantic conflicts within the player group), Serpent's Skull (abandoned due to party deciding that D&D is a primitive hack'n'slash not suited to their refined tastes) and another string of unconnected adventures (abandoned due to two players moving out of town).

And yes, I have one-and-a-half of a full time job, am married, and have a cat.

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Howzabout making an exception to the rule and releasing ACG errata despite not having to reprint the book yet? While I adore much of the content, it could certainly do with an update, not the least to make sure one can read a thread about ACG without having to wade through "I felt sexually assaulted by this book" comments from our resident, erm, "passionate gamers"?

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Everybody needs to write more reviews! And remember - drunken reviews are the best.

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I can't think of an offline gaming company that's more encouraging for diversity than Paizo. They have girls, boys, t-rexes, Cosmo, straight, LGBTI, white, non-white, human beings of all shapes and sizes, political views, culinary diets and tastes in C-class cinema. The fact that there are no female rules designers out there is because the tectonic shift from a male basement pastime to a hobby for everyone isn't quite there yet as to generate enough female talent, but the pendulum swings and one day we'll get there. Processes take time, and we should find comfort that they progress much more rapidly within geek hobbies than they do in business or politics.

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W E Ray wrote:

Awesome posts guys!

At least we can all agree Paizo rocks.

Of course!

And that robotz with lazors are hawt! ;P

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Aratrok wrote:

A +2 CR creature is supposed to be roughly twice as powerful (or at least, worth twice as many points in encounter design and meant to threaten PCs two levels higher) as the original. A +3 CR creature close to 250% of their original power. Do you really think a creature that gains Uncanny Dodge, DR 1/-, +4 Str, and Rage qualifies, beyond attaching it to the lowest CR creatures?

Is a Marilith with this template the same threat level as a Pit Fiend?

If you treat CR guidelines as a religion, fine, slap 18 levels of Expert onto a Troll and go complain that it doesn't hold its ground next to an Astral Deva. You'll have my sympathy. Maybe you'll even get your money back or have somebody fired that way.

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Pan wrote:
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I briefly cancelled my subscription for the Pirates are Stupid AP, of course, and I'm in the lonely doldrums now until February when the next AP starts -- can't wait for Giantslayer -- shame we don't have a current AP for me to subscribe to.
Guess we get to swap places then cause I'm canceling for Fight giants?...zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz AP.

I'm not cancelling, but I'm going to use it mostly as beer mats and fly swatters.

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Alexander Augunas wrote:


Monster Codex is VERY minimalistic on player options. I think I noticed a feat that wasn't bolded correctly somewhere, but that's about it.

Well, that at least hopefully will cut down the amount of "No buffs for Clerics, there's a typo on page 45, still no official apology for not recognizing the utter failure of designers to address the caster-martial disparity, 0 stars" reviews.

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Dude, have you considered the impact kajiu and dragons have on their ecosystems? Because that's way more un-realistic than Andoran style of armour, just sayin'. Or than trade routes, imports and exports. I mean, there's a whole insult to biology here.

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W E Ray wrote:

Imagine if the most powerful of the divinities were CR 30 or 31, and the lesser ones were CR 25 or 26.

Ravingdork, Magnuskn and Rynjin would open a massive thread on how they took out the entire Golarion pantheon in 5 rounds using level 17 PCs. I'm pretty sure such thread would be full of personal insults at developers AND at Greyhawkian grogrnars who would pop in to say "lol 3ed kids, killing gods like this is silly and no sane Mister Caven would ever allow you that". Player Entitlement vs. GM supremacy, fluff vs. crunch, 3E vs OSR etc.

Much grar and bile for little gain.

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Wiggz wrote:
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My personal stance on gay marriage issue (again, as an outsider) is the same as straight marriage - that the government should get out of the marriage business altogether.

Yeah, let's stop preventing those Utah gentlemen from having 6 underage wives. That will work juuuuuust fine.

Actually I'm completely in favor of polyamory as a lifestyle... and last I checked, sex with minors was still illegal regardless.

Honestly - have you ever made a post that wasn't just an excuse for snark?

Honestly - yes.

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Wiggz wrote:


Honestly, it was this that actually spurred us (me) to decide to finally get married. My mother made the off-hand comment that she 'wished she could introduce her as her daughter-in-law rather than as her son's girlfriend', and I never wanted anyone to think that I wasn't serious enough about her to 'officially' commit.

Congratulations, you've just answered your question! Millions of people around the world have their mothers make that off-hand comments and never want anyone to think that they aren't serious enough about their same-sex partners to 'officially' commit. Yes, they are human beings just like you, and face dilemmas identical to straight people.

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Whatever has happened to the good old 'badger your parents until they buy you a motorcycle/shotgun/patfhinder rulebook'?

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magnuskn wrote:

Putting me in the same category of number-crunching as those others is very flattering, but untrue. I do some basic math and come to results which any other person who would do it would come to. Rynjin, RD and the others are way, way more into optimizing than I'd ever be, which helps them find those hidden flaws. I just see the obvious stuff and say aloud "Why don't the developers see this, too? Why don't they care?!?"

I like to think that my people skills are somewhat better than with those others, though. I manage a good dialogue with James from time to time, after all. :p

And neither your "seven experienced optimizers" group, nor RavingDorks "why is everybody looking at me like that?" group nor Rynjin's "I have no time to play the game, I'm too busy theorycrafting!" groups are anywhere close to an average gaming group (and hence, the market target group).

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The fact that some folks genuinely believe that the RPG industry is a sprawling gold mine which can sustain thousands of paid jobs, produce TV advertisements, land movie and AAA+ video game deals, get Erik Mona a Ferrari AND do all of this anywhere besides the US and Canada never ceases to amuse me.

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I smell drones, death penalty and Gitmo! ;P

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Wiggz wrote:
Welcome to an adult conversation. I didn't even begin this thread, if you'll recall - why is it that honest discussion between mature individuals troubles you so?

I'm not entirely sure if there's any honesty, maturity and discussion in any of your sudden "LGBT is forced down my throat" outbursts you do in every thread remotely related to the topic, to be honest.

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