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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Society Member. 175 posts (367 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 7 Pathfinder Society characters. 4 aliases.


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There's a difference between a knife and a dagger. A stone knife wouldn't be a very effective combat weapon (at least in my opinion) due to its small size and fragility. It's more of a tool.

Most teamwork feats say the ally must be adjacent to you, broken wing does not. Fascinating..

The only thing that grants access to that deed is the archetype. So no you can't. Saying "it doesn't say I can't" is not a reasonable justification.

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You can't cage the world, it's too big for anyone.

As it would happen, I too have been toying with a similar idea for a while and would like to coordinate some ideas. There is a wiki out there (i think) somewhere that has some rwby roleplay info as well.

In other words: You have my axe! (that's also a gun)

I've said it before and I'll say it again, seugathi.
Mind for combined with an aura of madness. Throw it in a cave and u got a tpk, or at least a really annoying encounter.

Frankly I'm concerned with the "gravol sandwich" comment above. Drugging kids like that is all kinds of effed up.

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It can't, unless otherwise noted you can't purchase the same evolution more than once.

I suppose it would depend on what class he is, a fighters armor training would make the mithril plate kind of obsolete.

ZanThrax wrote:

3: The armour check penalty is a penalty that is applied to a variety of skills. If you wear the armour, you get the penalty. Proficiency doesn't prevent it, but if you're not proficient, you also apply the armour check penalty to your attack rolls.

Specifically any strength or dexterity based skills take the penalty.

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<Tavernhold>Malrunwa Soves wrote:
Is that a monk or aristocrat weapon?


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phantom1592 wrote:
Cheapy wrote:

Pretty good list, although #4 is misleading. You can only do that if you're holding the charge, which is specifically for the round after you cast it.

Still pretty nifty, but not the same as the Magus.

Add in that having the wizard punch someone is a whole separate level of problems.

You always COULD spell/punch someone... but without the stats/build/BAB... WHY would you?!?!

Obviously sir, you haven't heard of Punch Wizardry. It uses the techniques passed down the Armstrong line for GENERATIONS!

I blame the rap music.

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Gol PotatoMcWhiskey wrote:

If the community has the incontestable right to slander and villify Golgotha and it's membership then we have the incontestable right to defend ourselves.

That which can be asserted without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.

Or, if you need it more simply.

The onus is on our attackers to prove their claims, the onus is not on us to disprove them.

heh, you said onus....

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Lam wrote:
Which real name?

The one written in the deepest recesses of your soul.

Probably so you could be summoned easier...

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Preach it Brother!

So.... no petition then?

I've always been a fan of "Rocs fall, everyone dies."

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Sounds like an easily corruptible organization with no accountability is looking for patsies which could used for the opposite of the proscribed effect without them knowing.

I'll admit, the sound of joining a secret society that protects the world tickles my fancy to no end, but I can't very well put my trust in someone just because they named themselves after a trustworthy deity.

So the question is: Why should you be trusted?

By raw it would depend on if the growl is distinctive enough or how well the symbol is described.

Loving it all so far. real wiz stuff.

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I'm currently playing in a shadowrun game as a charisma mage who considers himself something of a "lady's man". I'm looking for the cheesiest pick up lines you can think of.

Bonus points for:

Making it magic related
Making it somehow shadowrun related

remember, the cheesier the better.

I thought we'ed be talking about foam covered sticks.....

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I would imagine that you aren't able to see someones name right off the bat, but someones guild (or settlement, etc.) would be visible at a glance. Due to them searing some sort of signet or some such.

This was discussed at length around the time of the kickstarter (can't remember which one..) and I think the general consensus was similar to this.

edit: and of course i get ninja'd by Stephen.... this is why i usually just lurk.....


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It's my understanding that rep will be a bottleneck from joining the better settlements and learning the better skills.

low rep = little/no skill training
high rep = best skill training

Do you feel that this isn't enough? or am I just not understanding what you're trying to say?

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separate yet equal....

They use it every day for work, but not for combat. The farmer is going to be using it nearly the same way every time they use it. In a combat situation it needs to be wielded in a variety of ways for it to be effective.

but right now I'm just arguing for arguments sake (mostly), it's 7am and I'm a bit tired and loopy. So good night/morning(/afternoon maybe?) and whatever you choose to do may it make the game you play more fun.

Me thinks the reason behind the lack of simple slashing weapons is that they are inherently more dangerous to the user. Bladed weapons tend to have a large cutting edge taking up the majority of the weapon. The smaller handle that comes with that leaves you with less over all control(which is where proficiency come in).

I think subbing a short sword works well for the machete if you change the damage type. It's not the same but it works well enough.

As for you wanting it to be simple, yes it is a tool but so is the scythe.

just my 2c, please take with a hefty dose of salt.

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Steelwing wrote:
"Andius wrote:



Yeah but "alchemical components" does not equal alchemist fire (or acid flask or any variation there of).

Creating, throwing, and the damage of the bomb are a supernatural effect and therefor(e?) subject to antimagic.

so.... useless then.

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Qallz wrote:
JDNYC wrote:
Qallz wrote:
JDNYC wrote:
Qallz wrote:
JDNYC wrote:
This game is called PATHFINDER online and yes alignment shifts with benefits as well as drawbacks are pivotal in the IP.


Trolls are for slaying, not forum posting.
Lol, I was about to post the perfect retort to this, then decided I'll wait a few more days b4 getting hit with the ban-hammer.
Sure you were. I'm amazed you haven't been banned yet honestly.
Oh I was, it involved a troll, someone getting slammed, and someone's guild affiliation. And I have been banned, 3 times. You didn't know that of course, since youre brand new to the forums. You and Gaymeon.

I'm sorry, who?

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Bluddwolf wrote:

There are only two flags remaining at this time, Criminal and Heinous. The system of "Hostility" has replaced the Attacker Flag, or at least the Devs have not explicitly mentioned that the attacker flag still remains, along with the other two.

Just a quick note: The attacker flag is still in place as mentioned here.

Alignment and Reputation Blog wrote:
When a character attacks a character who was not Hostile, the character making the attack gets flagged as an Attacker. If the character with Attacker hits their target again in the next thirty seconds, they become Hostile, and lose Reputation. Note that Reputation is lost on striking a target twice rather than on death; this means Reputation is lost when your intention to kill someone is made clear rather than if you are successful.

*bold is mine

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JDNYC wrote:
Qallz wrote:
JDNYC wrote:
This game is called PATHFINDER online and yes alignment shifts with benefits as well as drawbacks are pivotal in the IP.


Trolls are for slaying, not forum posting.

oh snap!

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Just curious about whether rep increases will continue while logged out/using an alt or will only go up while logged in on a certain character.

and a follow up: if I have to be logged in, what are the consequences of sitting afk in a relatively safe starting town?

The eversmoking bottle has saved my bacon more times than I care to count.

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Not to die until Q3.


if your going nonmagical (or just partially magical)I can't recommend master spy enough.

The thing about it is that extracts last a day while potions last damn near forever. That may no seem like a lot at first glance. It's quite the difference when balancing a magic item.

If your dead set on combining potions you might be able to tweak the words of power system when the potion is made. Something like two 1st level spells in one potion would count as a 3rd level potion for crafting purposes. (maybe a 4th level to balance out that words of power tend to be weaker than standard spells)

I've always loved the idea of a goblin lancer paladin using a goblin dog as a mount. not optimal at all, but fun as hell.

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Neadenil Edam wrote:
Qallz wrote:
Lol, I'm not sure black puddings count as a "weapon".

oh most definitely ...

Black Pudding combat

duf**k I just watch......

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The Gnomish Battle Ladder for sure.

Sounds like a interesting read.

1d20 ⇒ 17

Chalk, great for marking your path, finding invisible creatures, or proving that your plan is just plain mathematically better.

I have a friend who ALWAYS picks up soap. Why? you ask... soap bubbles......goram soap bubbles

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huh........ some sort of dingo usually shows up by now with a petition. Must be running late.

I think there needs to be a way to expel them if need be. Something like a remove disease spell check. and/or possibly a heal check (surgery)

Fun fact, you don't actually need to be proficient in the weapon you coup de grace with. That being said, Katana sounds like a good choice.

What makes it really stupid is when you use it with simulacrums.

I always imagined ghost sound producing a wala like noise. you know its there, but can't quite pick out the words.

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