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Crypt of the Everflame had some illusory monsters and had this to say:

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These [redacted] are illusory. Whenever they hit or are hit by one of the player character, they react appropriately, but give that PC a DC xx Will save to notices that these [redacted] are not real. Characters who are told that the [redacted] are not real receive a +4 bonus on the save. If the save is failed, the character believes the wounds caused by the attacking [redacted]. Once all of the characters have disbelieved or all of the [redacted] are slain, both the [redacted] and the wounds caused by them disappear.

That was very early in PfRPG's life and might have been contradicted since then, but I always liked the mechanic.


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Yeah, I don't play RPGs to be challenged, though I understand that lots of people do. (And, fwiw, I never go to Chipotle precisely because they don't have as many options as Freebirds.)


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As taks says, it makes more character options possible, particularly if the player wants feats with ability score prereqs. For example, with a 15-point-buy it's hard for a fighter to get a 13 Int for Combat Expertise and the Improved line of combat maneuver feats and still have fighter-like melee damage (Str) and front-liner hit points (Con).


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Sorry, guys. Had a busy Father's Day weekend with a lot of family stuff, and my son leaves for camp tomorrow so I spent today packing and making checklists. The bus leaves at lunchtime tomorrow, so I'll advance the gameplay thread tomorrow afternoon.

I note the Professor referred to Elrisiel as Ansha in the Mummy's Mask thread. See? It's not just me. :)


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I'm pretty sure UnArcaneElection means those are his house rules that he feels are more palatable with 20-point-buy than 15.

UnArcaneElection wrote:
20 point buy gives some headroom for some adjustments that I would want to make anyway:


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James Jacobs

Also here

And here

Although he prefers 20-point-buy to make the PCs more heroic


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Clicking on the pregen link just took me back to the paizo.com home page.

(Also, there's an 'e' missing from 'pregenerated.' And the fact that the file is 666 kb amuses me greatly!)


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Iammars wrote:
- It's easier to look back at posts that were relevant to the campaign

This is why I have a different DMing alias for each of my games. If someone (including me!) wants to look back for a specific detail I've posted, they don't have to slog through random things I've posted around the boards or posts from other games; they can go to my DM alias's post list and get only posts from that game.


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The two weeks you're gone seem to last a lot longer than the two weeks you're home. :P


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Charles Scholz wrote:

Lately, Disney is releasing DVD's and Blue Ray's as separate items instead of bundling them into one as other other companies are. Also, they are only putting extras in the Blue Ray box.

Maybe just in Europe? Because I got this DVD/BluRay bundle today.

EDIT: Also, Zootropolis? Did they actually redub all the dialogue to make that name change?

But, yeah, I see what you mean: DVD, BluRay, or BluRay/3D bundle.


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Eldrad wrote:
Why did the now defunct PF Online change the rules?

Because the OGL doesn't apply to video games, is my understanding. They can't make a video game based on the underlying 3.x d20 mechanic that belongs to WotC.


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I really, really like the set-up for this one, but the resolution leaves me a little flat for some reason. Haven't figured out why yet; I just know I love it all up until the final location, and then I'm meh.


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This is a fantastic new name generator for Pathfinder, including all the human ethnicities.


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The plans were clearly on display in the bottom of a locked filing cabinet stuck in a disused lavatory with a sign on the door saying ‘Beware of the Leopard.' It's Golarion's own fault for not looking.


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RuyanVe wrote:
As a long-time subscriber to the AP line I can't think of any CR range/encounter type/background which I couldn't pull out of one AP or another; I consider tweeking things as part of my (GM) job.

This is true (and something I do a lot, too). But for someone just getting into the hobby, without a shelf full of APs and modules, it's going to be a lot cheaper to buy one hardback than several dozen PDFs.

And even though I have the shelf full of APs and modules, I'm not going to say no to one more book that might have just what I'm looking for ... not to mention the HeroLab data set to make quick stat tweaks.


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CBDunkerson wrote:
If Iomedae is still around, in the same role, then it seems likely that Aroden never returned/reclaimed his status as patron of Humanity.

James Jacobs has been very emphatic that Aroden is dead, not missing. Not only dead, but already been judged and sent on by Pharasma past the possibility of resurrection. The mystery has never been where Aroden is but what killed him.

That said, I expect (based on nothing but pure speculation) that it will be the elder and newer gods that survive in Starfinder: the ancient ones like Desna who have stood the test of time and the new ones like the ascended AI. I would expect that the handful of gods prominent in the Inner Sea in the Pathfinder era (Norgorber, Iomedae, Cayden, etc.) would have passed their relevancy date, and that the dwarven/halfling/elven gods would be largely absent along with their populations.


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wraithstrike wrote:
A few months ago James said he had some secret project he had been wanting to do for a long time aka years. I am sure this is what he was referring to.

Nope.


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The "Starfinder!" update is for backers only, but one of them posted the info here:

From the Kickstarter:

Robert Brookes wrote:

You may have heard it already, but if not, Paizo announced their Starfinder space fantasy RPG that is compatible with Pathfinder! Both myself and Aethera co-creator Jacob Thomas were in attendance at Paizocon and I have had a wonderful series of conversations prior to the announcement with Stephen Radney-McFarland and Wes Schneider regarding Aethera and Starfinder! We are very early in talks but we are working together to ensure that Aethera is the best product representative of our original design intention, and that we leverage our expertise to help make Starfinder excellent as well. Paizo is committed to utilizing the best authors in the industry and nobody knows Pathfinder in space better than the Aethera team!

There will be more exciting announcements to come in the future as we know and can share more. But now that we can publicly speak about this exciting new development there will be much more to discuss!

Right now this doesn't change anything for the Kickstarter, however we will keep you all up to date as that changes. We're still editing and developing as we speak and hosting games at Origin and GenCon!
More to come! Keep your eyes on the stars!

Sounds like exactly what Starjammer is doing: positioning themselves to be Starfinder-compatible rather than Pathfinder-compatible, as advertised. As I said, I've read the Aethera Campaign Setting, and it doesn't sound like the same setting as Starfinder at all: a binary star system, a century-long war, a different list of core races, etc.

EDIT: Aethera also ran an introductory adventure in its setting at PaizoCon and is running games in slots at GenCon. They delivered their first backer rewards in April and announced a new adventure at PaizoCon. They haven't shut down.


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Yeah, what Tacticslion said. Plus, the available information about Aethera doesn't sound like the same setting Paizo is pitching with Starfinder.

I'm sure that Aethera will now be Starfinder RPG-compatible rather than Pathfinder RPG-compatible, but they don't look like the same product. d20pfrd's Starjammer (formerly Starfinder) is in the same boat.


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Which link? The "Aethera Campaign Setting" link or the "early discussions" link?


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It's still a separate company, as far as I know. As are Starjammer and Legendary Planet, two other 3PP properties. Why do you think Aethera is owned by Paizo now? Why do you think Aethera is Starfinder?


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Yeah, near as I can tell, Aethera is a completely separate campaign setting whose creators are working with Paizo to make it compatible with Starfinder rules. Starfinder is going to be based in Golarion's solar system as detailed in Distant Worlds.


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Azih wrote:
they've got to explain how both RPG settings are continuing when one has vanished in the other.

From the main Starfinder page:

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Set thousands of years in Pathfinder's future,

Everything happening in the Pathfinder line (including all future APs) is ancient history to the Starfinder line.


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UnArcaneElection wrote:

Somebody have a link to legitimately public copies of some of the corresponding old pictures? (Obviously I wouldn't expect to find Aberrationized Merisiel . . . .)

You mean for the CotCT pictures? Here's an original pic of Trinia. She's a messageboard avatar that you've probably seen, too.

Here's Queen Ileosa.


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From the blog:

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The Starfinder RPG Core Rulebook will be releasing at Gen Con 2017, but that's not all—we're also going to be starting a monthly Starfinder Adventure Path in addition to our ongoing Pathfinder Adventure Paths. The Starfinder AP volumes will include both adventures and cool new rules and setting information to help expand your Starfinder game.


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Hey, here's someone posting from the Banquet.

And here's a Know Direction wrap-up of the announcements.


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Kevin Mack, re your question on Facebook about the Future of Paizo seminar, looks like Enlight Bystand is live-Tweeting it.


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Fwiw, I haven't seen any real breaking news yet. Maybe the Faction Pins announcement? And here's something about an update to Pathfinder Adventures.

The big news will break at the banquet, and I imagine the blog update Chris promised will cover new product announcements from that.


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What Duiker said. I don't use Twitter either, and I only have a Facebook account because they post photos that way when my kids go to sleepaway camp. But you can read the PaizoCon updates without "following" or "liking."


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Helpless: A helpless character is paralyzed, held, bound, sleeping, unconscious, or otherwise completely at an opponent's mercy. A helpless target is treated as having a Dexterity of 0 (–5 modifier). Melee attacks against a helpless target get a +4 bonus (equivalent to attacking a prone target). Ranged attacks get no special bonus against helpless targets. Rogues can sneak attack helpless targets.

As a full-round action, an enemy can use a melee weapon to deliver a coup de grace to a helpless foe. An enemy can also use a bow or crossbow, provided he is adjacent to the target. The attacker automatically hits and scores a critical hit. (A rogue also gets his sneak attack damage bonus against a helpless foe when delivering a coup de grace.) If the defender survives, he must make a Fortitude save (DC 10 + damage dealt) or die. Delivering a coup de grace provokes attacks of opportunity.

Creatures that are immune to critical hits do not take critical damage, nor do they need to make Fortitude saves to avoid being killed by a coup de grace.

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Pinned: A pinned creature is tightly bound and can take few actions. A pinned creature cannot move and is denied its Dexterity bonus. A pinned character also takes an additional –4 penalty to his Armor Class. A pinned creature is limited in the actions that it can take. A pinned creature can always attempt to free itself, usually through a combat maneuver check or Escape Artist check. A pinned creature can take verbal and mental actions, but cannot cast any spells that require a somatic or material component. A pinned character who attempts to cast a spell or use a spell-like ability must make a concentration check (DC 10 + grappler's CMB + spell level) or lose the spell. Pinned is a more severe version of grappled, and their effects do not stack.

What's the difference between a bound character who is Helpless and a bound character who is Pinned? Is a character whose hands are tied less bound (Pinned) than one who is tied to an altar or stake (Helpless)? Are there degrees of being bound which culminate in the Helpless condition where a character can no longer make an Escape Artist check?


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Can't d20PFSRD or Archives of Nethys already do this (i.e., include older versions of the text on errataed material)? Why not petition one of them for the feature?


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linked article wrote:
Stonehenge can only be built near stone.

Ha! Tell that to Stonehenge. :)

Civ IV was the absolute pinnacle of the series thus far IMO (with an honorable mention for Alpha Centauri, which I played the heck out of). Hope this one is great, too! (Also hope it doesn't require Windows 10, which I'm avoiding like the plague.)


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This page lists Pathfinder releases by the year they came out.

Also, all the spells, feats, classes, etc. from the hardcover book line can be found online here for free, so you can look up those spells.


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I haven't had any problems extracting maps from PDFs. I'm running Giantslayer online and have pulled images out for use in MapTool. Of course, I do it myself manually; perhaps it's Staples that's changed their software?

Bob, one thing I do at the table is pull the pictures of monsters and NPCs out of the PDFS and display them on a monitor. I have a group of players that's been around since AD&D and are pretty blase about monsters. If I say, "You see a wight," they shrug; if I say, "You see this" and put up one of Paizo's pictures (of a wight), they're like, "What the heck is that thing!? It looks scary!"

Of course, if they make the Knowledge roll, they can identify what they're fighting, but I find they react more viscerally to a picture than to a physical description of a monster.


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Mark Seifter wrote:
Whew, finished! Now I won't have anything else to update for a bit ....

What about my post that got buried in your wall of replies? :)


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My family loves The Flash, but last night's episode was a big disappointment, especially after so much time off.

Spoiler:
Team Star Labs seemed remarkably unintelligent, and as dumb as their plan was, it might actually have worked if they'd added the step "put booted Zoom in containment cell" before "Barry gloats unattractively." He got them monologuing!

And is it just me, or is "depower the only guy who may be able to stop the monster" not an acceptable way to get Wally back? Who's to stop Zoom from killing Wally and a bunch of other innocent people once he has Barry's speed? I was really hoping for a Superman II-style trick where the team stole Zoom's speed for Flash rather than the other way around.

Going forward, haven't we already had a couple of episodes of "Barry's lost his speed and doesn't know how to cope?" Do we really have to see Depressed!Barry again? He's not much fun. That goes double for Mopey!Caitlin, who really needs to be given something to do other than be abused romantically and taken hostage.

I really hope they can turn this around before the season finale. I don't want The Flash to go the way of Legends of Tomorrow, which I quit watching in disgust at how incompetent the heroes are.


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Caineach wrote:
There is no reason a bard shouldn't be able to hide his spell in a perform check.

Except for the existence of this feat.


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Mail Innovations actually does provide a tracking number. That's how most of my Paizo stuff comes, and I get the tracking number in my shipment email.

What the others are talking about is international Priority Mail via the USPS.


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Sissyl wrote:
How do you pronounce "yhi" in english? ihi, aihi, aihai, whyhi, whyhai, ihai???

"The ruined city of Saventh-Yhi (pronounced saa-vinth-YHEE)" ... which, frankly, only raises the question of how you pronounce "YHEE." I can't find that one. :P


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Arthur G wrote:
I don't suppose anyone could find me a recording of 'Iomedae'?

The phonetic pronunciation from the Campaign Setting is preserved in the wiki: ahy-OH-meh-day.

("ahy" is apparently pronounced like the word "eye," according to Dictionary.com. I didn't recognize that phoneme.)


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I don't think AP-specific GM Guides are a terrible idea, but three things:

1) The Philosophical Objection: I actually think that sorting through the community-created content is better. Yeah, it takes longer, but you have more options. Some of them you'll love, and some of them you'll hate ... but the ones you hate, someone else will love, and vice-versa.

2) The Practical Objection: Paizo is producing all the content they can with the staff they have in the time they have available. It's not like they're kicking around at the end of the month, playing solitaire and checking Facebook, wondering if there's something else they could be doing with their time. Heck, their schedule slips a month behind at least once every year in one of the product lines. Producing a new book twice a year would require hiring new employees or cutting current production.

3) The Capitalist Objection: Paizo's business is kept afloat by subscriptions, people buying new product every month when it is first released. They want everything they're doing to be pushing their new APs, not harkening back to old products, because they want to attract new subscribers more than they want to empty their warehouse. People buying old stuff they still have around is great ... but not as great as people committing to buying the stuff that's going to be coming out every month.


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Black Dow wrote:
For more "epic" level type heroes could a combo of vigilantes and Mythic rules work?

James Jacobs says sure.

That's the way I'm leaning for my vague work-in-progress Golarion Justice League campaign. Vigilante for the double-life, Mythic for the superpowers. Plus, on topic for the thread, if the PCs share the same mythic ascension event, it helps them know each other/work together.


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On the page linked, scroll down to Common, and then look at the language listed under it.

Common is listed above Cyclops. Or, alternatively, Cyclops is under Common.

Ba-dum-tish.


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Quori wrote:
Question: Are there online PBP options for PFS, or a store locator for playing? (I have not been involved with PFS for years)

There are a lot of PFS games going on by PbP on the Paizo forums right now. I believe there's a Venture-Officer specifically for online gaming, and they've set up several PbP game days.

EDIT: I believe you can get to either local or online game info from this page.


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rknop wrote:
I am pretty sure that the dead god's name is pronounced AIR-oh-den, but I hear some people say air-OH-den....

The original Campaign Setting gave phonetic pronunciations, which were preserved in the wiki; you are correct about the pronunciation.

@Hayato Ken: In English phonetics, a vowel followed by a single consonant is usually long, though there are plenty of exceptions (i.e., "arena").


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Kostchtchie's been around since 1982. Blame Gygax for that one.


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Any dungeon I don't have to draw is a good dungeon.


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Katina Davis wrote:


Maps: Map Pack - Toad System

Looks like someone's already pirated the Toad System maps. Then again, when you have to wait three years for street date, I guess it's inevitable that they would leak eventually. :\


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"Ocean’s Elven"

I see what you did there. ;P


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I have to say, if you think Master of the Fallen Fortress is dull, don't run it. You won't have any fun if you aren't at least a little charmed by the subject matter.

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