Gorbacz wrote:CorvusMask wrote:Gorbacz wrote:I would prefer the above list to be cut in half, but YMMV.
This makes me wonder, is there really a reason why people would be bothered by options that they aren't interested in that other people are interested about? .-.
Like, whats wrong with existence of options? You don't like them, someone else will like them.
I'd prefer people coming to me with an idea of an interesting elf or dwarf or tiefling, not with an idea for a quarter-skinwalker/quarter-aasimar/half-halfing.
I mean, I love 3.5/PF for its option crazy approach, but there are limits to everything, and while I don't mind the proliferation of classes/archetypes, the crazy race sprawl is slowly becoming irritating.
But I don't think its even possible to have character who is aasimar, thiefling, elf, orc, human and skinwalker at same time :p Nothing says you can mix them, so that argument sounds like you are making up a problem that doesn't exist
(plus dwarves and elves are kinda boring anyway)
Bastards of Golarion has rules for mixed ancestry. The combo is possible and is played in one group I am in. :)