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Dragon78 wrote:
A magic armor that lets you roll into a ball and move on the ground and even the walls and ceilings like Metroid would be awesome.

How's that horror-themed?

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:

Elidir is the capital of a Cheliaxan vassal state.

Eleder is the capital of a different (former) Cheliaxan vassal state.

Whose bright idea was that? I bet that led to some fantastic confusion during the empire.

Birmingham, Alabama vs Birmingham, West Midlands.

Washington D.C. vs Washington (state).

Plenty of real world precedent.

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Rogar Valertis wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Rogar Valertis wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Rogar Valertis wrote:
Given these conditions it's very hard for me to feel the remain people's pain. It might be a problem for the UK, it might be a problem for the EU, but it was the result of the people expressing its choice freely and it needs to be respected, not vilified.
I concur! We should stop heckling Germans for voting NSDAP in 1933 and respect their thoughtful choice which brought about so much stimulus for positive change across the world.

Really? Maybe you ought to ask yourself why so many people were willing to vote for a rabid (if charismatic) "Bohemian corporal" then.

It's not much different from what's happening today: a lot of people were suffering and choose an option that promised to change things. They made a tragic mistake but it was NOT entirely THEIR fault. The conditions for them to hurt and therefore the space for the likes of said corporal to present themselves as a credible alternative were in place due to the policies enforced by the winners of WWI. Weimar is widely reputed as the finest example of democratic institution but alone that wasn't enough to improve the living conditions of so many germans, the Weimar Republic never had a chance to do so DESPITE being something akin a perfect democracy.
Bottom line: you want to keep EU? Then the EU needs to change its policies. Its focus should be on improving people's living conditions not the already great income of a very small if well connected and powerful minority. Otherwise yes the risk of history repeating itself exist, because the same mistakes are being made by those in power, not because Democracy gives people the right to choose for themselves.
So should we stop heckling the Germans or not, because you kind of didn't answer my question :)
I believe the answer was implicit but if you need a statement here it is: we should look at what happened with objective detachment and take a lesson from it so it doesn't happen...

All right, just to make sure we're on the same page, if it was 1933 fresh after that fateful German election day and I'd go like "JESUS CHRIST YOU NUMBSKULLS WHAT HAVE YOU DONE?" you'd be there to tell me that I should respect their decision and wait until I see what happens with objective detachment?

Wow! I mean, it would be cool if the world would wait for you every time it goes bananas, but problem is, it doesn't.

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Rogar Valertis wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Rogar Valertis wrote:
Given these conditions it's very hard for me to feel the remain people's pain. It might be a problem for the UK, it might be a problem for the EU, but it was the result of the people expressing its choice freely and it needs to be respected, not vilified.
I concur! We should stop heckling Germans for voting NSDAP in 1933 and respect their thoughtful choice which brought about so much stimulus for positive change across the world.

Really? Maybe you ought to ask yourself why so many people were willing to vote for a rabid (if charismatic) "Bohemian corporal" then.

It's not much different from what's happening today: a lot of people were suffering and choose an option that promised to change things. They made a tragic mistake but it was NOT entirely THEIR fault. The conditions for them to hurt and therefore the space for the likes of said corporal to present themselves as a credible alternative were in place due to the policies enforced by the winners of WWI. Weimar is widely reputed as the finest example of democratic institution but alone that wasn't enough to improve the living conditions of so many germans, the Weimar Republic never had a chance to do so DESPITE being something akin a perfect democracy.
Bottom line: you want to keep EU? Then the EU needs to change its policies. Its focus should be on improving people's living conditions not the already great income of a very small if well connected and powerful minority. Otherwise yes the risk of history repeating itself exist, because the same mistakes are being made by those in power, not because Democracy gives people the right to choose for themselves.

So should we stop heckling the Germans or not, because you kind of didn't answer my question :)

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Rogar Valertis wrote:
Given these conditions it's very hard for me to feel the remain people's pain. It might be a problem for the UK, it might be a problem for the EU, but it was the result of the people expressing its choice freely and it needs to be respected, not vilified.

I concur! We should stop heckling Germans for voting NSDAP in 1933 and respect their thoughtful choice which brought about so much stimulus for positive change across the world.

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I hope we get more options for divorcing healing from divine.

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YES.

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YES.

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Paul Watson wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Well, there's one positive - in few years, no more Nigel Farage venting his silly talks in the European Parliament at the expense of my taxes. It's a small consolation, but you gotta dig for those silver linings.
Didn't you hear? He's going to be our ambassador, given his experience in Europe (and the fact that we want him as far away from us as we can get.)

Well at least that'll be at solely the expense of your taxes ;)

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Well, there's one positive - in few years, no more Nigel Farage venting his silly talks in the European Parliament at the expense of my taxes. It's a small consolation, but you gotta dig for those silver linings.

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It's non-binding, but given the British political culture, which is heavily based around customs that ought to be followed, I cannot imagine a scenario where the HM Government ignores the referendum. This isn't France, for Lord's sake! ;-)

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This is bad and sad.

1 million Poles who migrated to the UK are facing an uncertain future. Will they be deported? Will some be allowed to stay? Under what criteria? Income, education? Most migrants are unskilled blue collars. If they are forced to return, our strained budget and economy might not be able to handle it.

For all its cocky and frequently infuriating exceptionalist attitude to the EU, the UK was the single anti-Russian hawk among a bunch of doves. We could count on the Brits keeping the eastern flank on the agenda, without them? Not so much.

The only glimmer of hope is that now, free from the looming British veto on anything related to closer integration of the EU, the "Original Six" will initiate a move towards EU 2.0.

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Botho Käse wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:

Which for some reason was not set up before I got to this right now.

Anyway, if you lads and gals vote remain, drinks are on me the next time we meet.

Can't vote, but am pro-remain, I'll be in Cambridge in the fall, so how far am I from my free pint (or two, to boost the local economy)?

Not that far, a friend of mine picked up a job at Cambridge Univ, I might swing by to say "hi" at some point.

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SyrioForel wrote:

What is the argument for leaving?

I am not being sarcastic.

Argument 1: "THE EMPIRE THAT NEVER SAW A SUNSET WILL NOT BE REIGNED BY NAZI-CONTROLLED CYBORGS FROM BRUSSELS"

Argument 2: "The Polish plumber who came to fix my kitchen sink was drunk and smoked on the job, EU GTFO."

And I am not being sarcastic ;-)

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Which for some reason was not set up before I got to this right now.

Anyway, if you lads and gals vote remain, drinks are on me the next time we meet.

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So, you can either pay the 17th level Wizard to teleport you for her usual fee, or buy the 100 credits ticket on Desna's Star which will be there by 4 PM. Your pick!

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Because Rule of Cool > all, I'd say go with allowing to teleport the Monk, have him fight the battle, but at some point afterwards have some weird side effect of pushing the Limited Wish above its limits appear. Like a vengeful genie going after the party for exploiting the spell.

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Blessing of fervor

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Considering that fly speed gives you pretty much immunity to attacks from non-archery martial classes, I'd say it's a pretty big deal.

Compared to 3.5, Pathfinder dragons all have CR much more in line with their stats - 3.5 dragons were deliberately under-CR'd by designers to make them more challenging.

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Kalindlara wrote:
Unlike many of the other regions, Taldor doesn't have a "champion" at Paizo. Joshua J. Frost, the author of the original Player Companion, no longer works there. In addition, there's some disagreement over how to proceed with the region.

To be clear, Taldor has two "stewards": James and Rob. The thing is, both gentlemen have wildly different ideas of how Taldor should look like.

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Axial wrote:
Zhangar wrote:
Axial wrote:
But don't you exterminate a GR army attacking a Hellknight castle?

No, you exterminate the GR garrison that's already holding the Citadel.

** spoiler omitted **

** spoiler omitted **

That actually would be a really crap backstory for Hell's Rebels, because

Spoiler:
at the point where the PCs ultimately strike a deal with Thrune which results in both sides parting their ways more-or-less peacefully, that one PC should ragequit the party in order to carry out his or her no-compromise no-step back vendetta.

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Paladin of Slaughter, the CE variant? :)

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Berselius wrote:

Also, it may be just me, but holy hell does that armor those Hellknights are wearing on the cover look tough as nails to put on.

I wish Paizo had included the Fast-Donning Straps armor accessory (or something similar) from the Races of Stone book of Wizards of the Coast.

Maybe then armor wouldn't be such a pain to endure for Fighters.

Armor Training (Ex): Starting at 3rd level, a fighter learns to be more maneuverable while wearing armor. Whenever he is wearing armor, he reduces the armor check penalty by 1 (to a minimum of 0) and increases the maximum Dexterity bonus allowed by his armor by 1. Every four levels thereafter (7th, 11th, and 15th), these bonuses increase by +1 each time, to a maximum –4 reduction of the armor check penalty and a +4 increase of the maximum Dexterity bonus allowed.

In addition, a fighter can also move at his normal speed while wearing medium armor. At 7th level, a fighter can move at his normal speed while wearing heavy armor.

Also, Armor Master's Handbook has the Quick Donning advanced armor training feature, whereas you can swap out your -1 ACP + Max Dex for ability to don and discard armor faster and with a chance for no penalties at all.

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Berselius wrote:
"There are times when the end justifies the means. But when you build an argument based on a whole series of such times, you may find that you've constructed an entire philosophy of evil."―Luke Skywalker (Legends version) during the Swarm War

"I really like beer"

- Wolverine

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Harleequin wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:


You mean, Conjurer Wizard with Augment Summoning and Summon Evil Monster? :)

Well if you want arcane, then its definitely more of a look for a Sorceror with Aberrant bloodline... ;x

I'd have absolutely no problem with the fact that a Wizard or Sorcerer would be a "priest" of an Old One cult.

Doubly if he or she was better at the job than Cleric. Which, as far as summoning tentacled monsters is concerned, is the case.

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Harleequin wrote:


The high priest in a hooded robe, dagger drawn, drawing symbols in blood on the floor, chanting incoherently, mad as a box of frogs, unleashing nightmarish aberations on the world and turning people into bloody messes!

You mean, Conjurer Wizard with Augment Summoning and Summon Evil Monster? :)

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Facebook and Twitter. Websites are so 2000.

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I guess Barachiel is more after Ur-Priests and Planar Shepherds and less about Shackles Pirates and Mammooth Riders.

In which case, buying more books won't help much.

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My wife is mesmerising, does it count?

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Guys, this is in the Player Companion line, I wouldn't sharpen my teeth for any GM stuff like feats for dragons or new monsters.

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Oh, a Ragathiel PrC. That'll make some villain.

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Berselius wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Meh. Good is for wussies.
And evil is for people who are too lazy to put any effort into their actions.

And that's why CN is my favourite alignment. All the fun, zero responsibility!

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Secret Wizard wrote:

Just for the record, Slayer started receiving new talents on Blood of Shadows and has received more talents since then.

If they don't appear in d20pfsrd that's not really a problem.

D20pfsrd has lately dropped the ball on updates, so many people assume if they can't find something there it doesn't exist ;)

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Berselius wrote:
Didn't Wizards of the Coast allow it for their forums (when they still had forums at least)?

YES.

AND NOW THEY'RE DEAD.

COINCIDENCE?

SO. MANY. DUCKLINGS.

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Can we have another bag of devouring? I mean, I could use a change of the avatar once in a decade ;)

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cartmanbeck wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:

Also, you guys are using Paizo's trade dress in the product, which is explicitly verboten under both OGL and PCL. But hey, what do I know, all I did was snooze for total of 12 years of M.A. and PhD in the law school... ;)

But also, what Cyrad said. There's no OGL anywhere on the website.

Our MCAs and my pathfindercommunity.net site do NOT use the Pathfinder Compatibility License. We created them under the Pathfinder Community Use Policy, which does allow us to use the Pathfinder RPG logo, many of the images from the Paizo blog, and many other Paizo intellectual property freely. This project is a FREE community use project, NOT a commercial enterprise.

Paizo Community Use Policy

OK, few things here.

First thing, if you use the OGL, you must reproduce it on your site. And you are using OGL, because well, there's no other way you can put all the things you have there without it. And said OGL must have section 15 done just the way you do in your PDFs.

Now what you did was link to the D20PFSRD page with the license. Cool beans, what if d20pfsrd changes the link? Goes down? Legally, displaying the license is on you, and if say D20PFSRD goes offline for a week and WotC shoots you a "excusez-moi, where is the OGL on your website" e-mail, you might be in trouble.

Second thing, free =/= not-commercial. It's up to Paizo to call the shots here, but having something that has credits, a logo of the entity that produced it (MCP), and pretty much looks like a commercial product might be considered as one by the licensor. I know, you're guys are fans for fans, etc. etc. BUT if, say, at some point your purely fan-driven collaboration becomes a business of any sort...

Well, that's exactly what happened with d20PFSRD - initially, they were "just" a fan-made site, but at some point they went commercial and Paizo put a kibosh on their use of stuff covered by the Community License. And they've had to excise quite a lot of content in order to comply. The fun thing is, they did not exactly sell any CUP-cowered material, but they started making profit off a store that was attached to D20PFSRD. Paizo decided that this goes into commercial territory and took action.

Third thing is, I'm pretty sure the Community Use Policy does not cover Paizo's trade dress. Those swirly things in the background of the PDF pages? The whole color scheme? Even if they are not carbon copies of Paizo's trade dress, if I were to call the shots I'd say they're way too close for comfort.

Fourth thing. Your PDFs have a collage of all iconics on one page. Tricky legal question, is that a bunch of legally separate images covered by the CUP in one place, or is that a new fixed representation on a tangible medium? I'm not sure. But all my education and experience tells me to steer on the "sure" side when it comes to Intellectual Property laws. Of course, it's not like the boundary between "sure" and "not sure" there are murky, blurred and fuzzy.. ;-)

Take a look at how Archives of Nethys handles it. They have the OGL (and a MASSIVE section 15 of it, poor Blake must have nightmares from editing it), they have the CUP, but they only feature stuff that's covered by the CUP.

If you need help in getting this sorted out, shoot me an e-mail. Yes, I am a lawyer. No, none of my blurbings should be taken as legal advice, used in court and you hereby relinquish any rights to sue me over anything. But I might be able to lend a hand.

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Dragon78 wrote:
I thought Gen Con was at the end of July?

I asked them nicely to shift the date to August to confuse you a bit.

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GM Rednal wrote:

*Looks over the site*

Um... the Arcane Masters I PDF has the logo for the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, not the logo for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible products. I am not a lawyer, but I think that might be a violation of the Compatibility License, and should probably be fixed pronto.

Pretty much.

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Also, you guys are using Paizo's trade dress in the product, which is explicitly verboten under both OGL and PCL. But hey, what do I know, all I did was snooze for total of 12 years of M.A. and PhD in the law school... ;)

But also, what Cyrad said. There's no OGL anywhere on the website.

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On a more serious note...

1. Inquisitor
2. Vigilante
3. Kineticist

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The Forum Police wrote:
You will keep to the topic of discussion, citizen, or you will be made to.

Finally, a proactive moderation. What you got there, governmental oppressor? I HAVE LIBERTY, FREEDOM AND AN AR-15, DON'T TREAD ON ME!

*checks alias*

Oh, it's just TOZ.

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Wow, you kids managed to stay quite long on topic before devolving into your usual "civilised discussion on balance" :P

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Sure, you're ready for a price hike of products so Paizo can hire a dedicated Duck Reviewer so that you can have custom art on forums?

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And people wonder why publishers put out more material for casters then Fighters/Rogues/Monks ;)

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Skeld, PDF Prophet wrote:

I have my PDF if there are any questions...

-Skeld

Why do you even bother reminding us of that, you heartless ....

/Sterling Archer Mode On

I KNOW, BECAUSE YOU ARE A FREAKING HEARTLESS MONSTER! A PDF MONSTER! THAT'S SO CLASSIC OF YOU! YOU FAILED TO FIX FIGHTERS, YOU NERFED MONKS AND NOW YOU'RE RUBBING YOUR PDFS IN OUR DAMN FACES! BECAUSE YOU CAN! YOU'RE WORSE THAN MY MOTHER!

/Sterling Archer Mode Off

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Harleequin wrote:
Melkiador wrote:


I'd say the Shaman is very well designed.

Lets see now...

9th level casting - Y
Cast in armour - Y
4 skill points lvl - Y
D8 HD - Y
3/4 BAB - Y
Witch hexes - Y
Spirit hexes - Y
Spirit abilities - Y
Powered up familiar - Y
Access to animal companion - Y
Access to Oracle revelations - Y
Spontaneous and prepared casting - Y
Bonus metamagic feats - Y
Poach spells from Wizard and Cleric list - Y

I say this with complete certainty... there has never been a more farcical, OP class in the history of Paizo....!

If however the above is your idea of well designed then I sincerely apologise in advance.

*yawn* still weaker than core Wizard and core Cleric. Shaman's toolbox is super versatile but isn't either infinite (Clerics with their spell list which expands on a monthly basis) or able to wreck the game to the point where the GM gives up and breaks into tears (Wizards).

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TOZ wrote:
...

C'mon TOZzle, wipe those tears away and tell us how you really feel.

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Rub-Eta wrote:

How about:

"A god’s ability to influence planes and creatures is far beyond the comprehension of mortal beings" or

"confrontation between beings of near-infinite power could destroy entire worlds and still end in a draw".

Is that enough?

Well, not for Ashiel's Club Of People Who Take Rules A Bit Too Seriously. ;)

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Nikosandros wrote:

I understand all the good reasons for not allowing custom avatars, but you people seem to imply that sites that allow them are a complete mess. This is really not the case. EN World allows them and there are no issues.

Now, I'm sure that a company such as Paizo needs to be more careful that EN World about IP violations against other companies. The points about stylistic uniformity and showing their own very good art are also very valid.

So, many good reasons for Paizo to keep things the way they are, but let's not go overboard and imply that allowing custom avatars is such a mess...

ENworld doesn't have to worry about many things which Paizo has to mind. For starters, ENworld is based in the UK, meaning it can pretty much not care about lawsuits from the United States, so somebody posting an IP-violating image is not that big of a problem for EN.

For second, it is not much of a business with a store, and thus can ignore the threat of some Coalition for Religious Decency phone and email-bombing their customer service line because little Lily from Utah saw a duck on the forum.

For third, ENworld uses community-based moderation, which Paizo cannot really do. So if policing avatars and images becomes a headache for ENworld, all Morrus needs to do is to issue a passionate call for volunteers and dozens of fans will flock to his aid. Whereas Paizo needs to hire a new person or drop even more work on Liz and Chris.

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Paizo quit making card decks a while ago because the line wasn't profitable. Also, the sheer amount of Pathfinder spells (as opposed to relatively short spell lists in 5e) makes decks like this hard to make viable. However, there are several third party smartphone apps that have spell books or can even generate spell cards for you.

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