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Kicking around a couple more ideas for Fae-Changelings:
Baobhan-sith - Allow her a 1d4 bite attack and cast Daze 3xday as an Su.
Bogeyman - Haunted Fey Aspect, Ghost Sound and Dancing Lights. Once a day each as a SU with The DC for these spells being equal to 10 + the spell's level + the changeling's Charisma modifier.
Absolutely lets do it. Any thoughts on substitutions? I will start mulling it over but I'm on the road mobile only today and tomorow
I think Leanan Sidhe would be perfect to substitute for a Green Hag.
Perhaps use a Nixie or a Nereid instead of a Sea Hag. (Nereid for PCs who want to be medium sided and Nixie is they want to be small sized).
I can think up some more, but have to get prepare for my tabletop Shadowrun game this afternoon.
Perhaps you could alter the Changeling race a bit to say that they are born from human / fae relations instead of human / hag relations.
I think it would be more thematically appropriate for this game, espcially considering a Grimm's fairy tales background. Given the varied types of fae, you could easily replace each type of hag with one.
Click the link Changeling to be directed to a page on them.
Interest Check -- Pathfinder CORE Campaign --Series of Classic Module Conversions (U1-U3, A1-A4, ??)
Expressing interest. Newbie to the game, though I do have some of the books around here somewhere.
Likely to go with a University type character. Well-learned since someone will have to translate any sanity-bending texts we find. :)
Curious if any Penny Dreadful style creatures will make any appearances? For some reason I am obsessed with stories of Spring Heel Jack.
Surprised a bit by the number of native characters since the opening text specifies that the King formally opened the tombs and burial sites to foreign explorers. I always imagined the party for this AP to be a handful of characters from different lands with at least one native Osirion to be their trusty native guide. :)
Choices 2 and 3 are of the most interest to me. I love old fairy tales and have wanted to play in an underwater campaign for some time now, but the opportunity has never come up.
I am not sure how well choice 5 would word, but it does sound interesting enough that I would try it to find out.
4 makes me think too much of Avatar for some reason and the logistics of traveling through air (and the result of falling) would make it too problematic for me to try it, at least at low levels.
As for 1, not that interested in trying for a Princess of Mars type game.
Interested in this. I just tested the map thing and was able to move a couple characters around, so I have no problem meeting your prereq's.
I am on Eastern Standard time if you curious as to when I would be awake for posting.
I am currently thinking of a cleric of some kind since that is my preferred class. I will decide upon an appropriate deity and write up a character to post later today.
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