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Myself I would prefer they keep adding the characters they want to add in.

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Scott Jacobs 770 wrote:
In the end this is not economically a sound decision and i know im not alone in this... spoiler alert printed in china.

Hmmm the fact this is the model they have been running from the start and they are still here would indicate otherwise. So excuse me if I take the word of the still going strong company over some random voice on the internet.

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Seriously as I pointed out above she dosent remain consistent with her own personality between her appearence in book 1 and her appearence in book 5 (Which now that I think about it is even weirder since a huge deal is made of her 'first' appearence in book 5 when she has already appeared with very little fanfair in book 1)

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Just realised something else that has been bothering me about the entire situation. As written this is actually not the groups first encounter with Iomedae it's actually the second. the first happening way back in the first book

Spoiler:
Devotion Point Awards

Iomedae takes note of the PCs as they work their way through
the Gray Garrison. Ancient laws and edicts beyond mortal
comprehension prevent her, or any of the deities, from taking
a direct hand in mortal affairs, even when those affairs are
being threatened by a demigod like Deskari, but neither will
the Inheritor sit idly by without providing a small boon to
those PCs who took time out to honor her fallen garrison.
After the wardstone is destroyed, the next time the PCs
rest, they have a singular, shared dream in which a scarred
but beautiful woman dressed in plate armor visits them
and thanks them for their kindness and service before
apologizing for the fact that she cannot help them in the
future. Yet she can grant them a token of her gratitude, and
kisses each dreaming PC on the brow.
When the PCs waken, their Devotion Points are gone—
in their place they gain additional rewards, depending
on how many points they accumulated overall. Note that
these rewards are cumulative; earning 10 or more points
grants all four of the following permanent boons.
1–4 Devotion Points: Each PC gains a permanent +2
bonus to a skill of her choice.
5–7 Devotion Points: Each PC gains 5 permanent hit points.
8–9 Devotion Points: Each PC gains a bonus feat of
his choice (the PC must qualify as normal for the feat’s
prerequisites).
10 or more Devotion Points: Each PC gains a +2 increase
to an ability score of her choice.

Frankly to me the way Iomedae acts in this scenario is completly diffrent than how she acts in book 5. Here she is humble, apolagetic and gives you abilities (Depending how well you do up to the equivilant of gaining a lvl) without the pop quiz or horn torture.

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Well ran the encounter but pretty much reworked the entire thing (One character had the trait that ends up making them a gods child this case Iolmadae so removed all the damage parts and made the questioning more like Iolmodae trying to get a feel for her daughter and finding out more about her)

I did mention the way it is supposed to go down to the players afterward they pretty much all groaned and made the "Lawfull stupid." Commnent

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James Jacobs wrote:
Mechalibur wrote:

I dunno, it doesn't really seem like torture to me any more than slapping someone awake to get them out of a burning building or something. And yeah, at high level mythic, a couple d6s of sonic damage is just a slap in the face... which she heals immediately afterword.

And I don't think she's forcing the PCs to answer the questions... Maybe that could have been more clear. It only says what happens if they answer correctly or incorrectly, not if they refuse to answer. If the PCs don't accept her mission, or don't want to answer her questions, then I don't think she would blast them. But maybe that's a question for the creative director.

If it IS a question for the Creative Director, then...

...She ONLY blasts the PCs if she thinks they need it because they're not going to survive in the Abyss. The sonic damage is supposed to be a wake up call.

If the PCs treat the encounter seriously, and give her the respect she deserves (this includes answering her questions or at least honestly trying to), then no, she won't blast them with sound. If the PCs fail to answer the questions correctly but comport themselves appropriately in the situation (as indicated in the text by being humble or self confident or by wrestling with the moral and ethical repercussions or whatever), then she won't blast them with sound. She might not give them the rewards they would have earned if they DID answer the questions, but she won't blast them for trying and failing.

It's basically a slap on the wrist to high level mythic characters is what it is. A "heads-up, pay attention" type thing.

Were she interviewing/speaking to lower level and/or non-mythic characters, she wouldn't blast them with that type of damage—but then again, she wouldn't be approaching them with such an important mission if they weren't high-level mythic characters.

I think this is a big part of the problem By this point the player characters are quite probably the only people capable of rescuing the herald on Golarion there also the reason the crusade that she is pretty much seen as the Deity off hasent failed at least 3 times by that point. (Inital corruption of the stones foiled by the pc's, retaking of the citadel to restore moral done by the pc's and destroying the production of the elixers that were superpowering the demonic forces done by the Pc's.)

At this point they are some of the most veteran warriors around not some green cadets just out of boot camp.If there not ready after all they have been through then a 'slap on the wrist' is not going to make them more so.

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Jason Bulmahn wrote:
Marthkus wrote:
I suggest taking 10 on your craft(errata) check. Also by using the craft skill it will make it more understandable why errata takes so long to make :P

Ha.. ok. that made me laugh. In all seriousness though, these take a while because we are busy working on three different upcoming books, the ACG, XXX, and XXX, not to mention planning XXX, XXX, XXX, and XXX.

This is just one component of our job, in addition to FAQs, playtests, reviews of other paizo rules content, brainstorms, approvals, scheduling meetings, team lead meetings, and about 50 other minor tasks. There is a lot of to do, which is why I am always hesitant to add yet another step to any of our processes (like a public pre-review of errata). We barely have the time for the things we have on our plate as it is.

Jason Bulmahn
Lead Designer

Thats a lot of XXX's

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Well never played a single PFS game (Registerd just never played) and I can say my experiance in home games was that the feat was far to good for what it did so clearly it was not just a problem with PFS.

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brad2411 wrote:
I hate waiting. Do you actually meet and have to treat with Nocticula in this one. From the description I would think yes put from hearing here abilities it is kinda weird as she could just make our group her slaves. Having mythic slaves would be a good thing.

True but

Spoiler:
Having a Lawfull good god owe you one is even more usefull

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Sara Marie wrote:
Yes. All weekend long and into the next two weeks alongside great golem sale stuff and regular orders.

Excellent thanks for doing all this.

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Rather annoying that subscriptions are being held back by that sale. especially since the reason given for the sale was that there were no new Paizo products in November due to being delayed by Gencon (Seems subscribers are getting the short end of the stick more and more recently.)

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Speaking of the new Iconics any chance we will see any of them before the end of the playtest?

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Stephen Radney-MacFarland wrote:
Athaleon wrote:
Please, no. The mechanic needs work, but we already have deeds competing for the Swift Action, and the Riposte costing an Attack of Opportunity is practically the only part of the combo that works right.
Sorry, I'm leaning in that direction right now. That doesn't mean it's airtight, but yes, when you make and immediate action, it does compete with swift actions. That's part of the game.

Have to say so far in the playtest game I'm running the parry ability using an AoO has worked great so far so may be best to keep it that way (Or perhaps just make it a number of time per round equal to your Dex modifier so like an AoO but not needing the actual combat reflexes feat to do it.)

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DJEternalDarkness wrote:
carn wrote:

For example, unless someone invented the pill in Golarion, it would be stupid to transfer today man-woman "courting" and "relationship" habits into Golarion. Without reliable contraception women just behave differently in respect to male advances. (I remember totally shocking once a male PC who tried to hook up with some NPC woman, that the women in question was actually thinking he was courting her for marrying - but in her experience there was no casual sex due to risk of pregnancy so she misunderstood what he wanted)

Um what the heck are you talking about here? People have always had casual sex well before the invention of the pill. There's a reason that the world has midwives who practiced certain herbalism skills.

Actualy in the very first sandpoint article in Ap Issue 1 there is a midwife that offers herbal contrseptives

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Wiggz wrote:


I'm simply stating facts and pointing out a trend of growing popularity and acceptance of firearms amongst the designers and players alike. There is absolutely no need to be so defensive about this one AP, especially not with someone who sings its virtues at every opportunity.

Actually to be fair I wouldent call it growing acceptance since from the very first time he was ever mentioned (Origonal world setting hardback If I'm not mistaken) The storm king has been said to be interested in and activly collecting firearms.

Coincedently all the actual firearm's and related things you mentioned only actually show up when it involves the guy who it has been established has them from the very begining of the setting.

As for Reign of winter considering where and when you go it would be rather odd not to have firearms.

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Problem is ro break the system you need a new way of voting since first past the post inevitably leads to a two party system.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7tWHJfhiyo

Also

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUS9mM8Xbbw&list=SPqs5ohhass_QZtSkX06DmW OaEaadwmw_D&index=26

And

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wC42HgLA4k&list=SPqs5ohhass_QZtSkX06DmW OaEaadwmw_D&index=27

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wicked cool wrote:

For the most part the government does not do things better than private institutions (schools, hospitals, the mail).

As someone who lives in a country were several goverment run things were privatised (Rail, Power, telecomunications and as we speak the mail to name a few) I can honestly say that in every case services have gotten worse and more expensive

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Not much of a fan for the mythic look characters in general

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So any chance of giving a preview of how a skinwalker works? I have a couple of Golarion charactrs based off of Eberron shifters and am wondering if they would need a lot of reworking as Skinwalkers.

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Intervention is a bad idea that in the long run may just make things worse.

A recent example being Libya

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/africa/special-report-we-all-though t-libya-had-moved-on--it-has-but-into-lawlessness-and-ruin-8797041.html

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Rynjin wrote:
What's the point of making new classes that are JUST "Existing class, but exactly what would happen if you multiclassed them"?

Because standard multi classing dosent work all that great at the moment?

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How about a catfolk of Golarion book?

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Just me or would this be a good place to put in a few psionic classes?

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Well after the awesomness that was Rasputin must die very happy to sit back and see how this one turns out.

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Interesting story on the subject I found here

http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/06/exclusive-in-2009-ed-snowden-sai d-leakers-should-be-shot-then-he-became-one/

Pretty much reinforces my opinion he's a bit of a nutjob

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StreamOfTheSky wrote:

So, seriously... WTF is going on in the UK?

Long story short Cameron making a speach that shows he has no idea how the internet works.

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James Sutter wrote:
Just a note that we *will* be experimenting with a new format/type of content for the journal, but that it won't start until next February (after Wrath of the Righteous finishes). Stay tuned!

Really hope your not changing it to much since I quite like the fiction as it stands right now (Only suggestion would be more coloured artwork like that found in the story blogs but thats about it.)

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Steve Geddes wrote:
Kevin Mack wrote:
If anything 3.5 Loyalists constant restarting of this thread is undermining his own position
Yes. Unfortunately, he doesn't realise that he's breaking the rules. He actually sees starting an inappropriate thread and it subsequently getting locked as supporting his view.

The ironic thing is on most forums if someone goes and does something a moderator tells them not to do they would be suspended or banned outright yet hear we have this same thread for a third time. If anything it proves the Paizo staff are relativly speaking quite relaxed on moderation for the most part.

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If anything 3.5 Loyalists constant restarting of this thread is undermining his own position

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Well first would be to make 100% sure none of your players will be upset by the backstabing (One of these things that if done wrongly or unwelcomed can completly wrak a group.)

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Guy Humual wrote:
Icyshadow wrote:


So what do you call those people who do say/believe such claims, then? Feminazis?

Usually I'd call them imaginary constructs.

Icyshadow wrote:

And really, the fact that so many responses to Anita's video pointed out flaws in it speaks for itself.

By responses I mean video responses, not posts on the video itself. If I remember right, she disabled those.

As to why she disabled responses, video or otherwise, I'd think that would have something to do with the death threats, personal attacks, and misrepresentation of her work. Just a guess however.

Which is one thing that does bother me about all this while I do believe the comments were vile and horrific I cant help but think she set out to set up the situation to be this way

What I mean is she seems to have comments on all her other videos disabled except for this one, uses the comments to gain attention, then when she has her funding disables the comments again.

If she Disables comments normally to avoid such remarks why allow them on this video and then only disable them once she has got her funding?

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F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
doc the grey wrote:
Now the question is does he grant domains?
Tabris is not an empyreal lord any more--he's something... else, now. So details on him are a bit outside this book's purview.

Will we be hearing more about Tabris in the future?

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Icyshadow wrote:
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Icyshadow wrote:

Lord Fyre, you should make a separate stat block for Golarion Orcs.

The Core Rulebook does not need to be in a forced marriage with the setting of Golarion.

I think you need to re-read the racial descriptions of Gnomes and Elves, and virtually all the Bestiary again.

Like it or not, the Pathfinder RPG is already in a "forced marriage with the setting of Golarion."

Then why does the Core Rulebook allow godless Clerics?

To be fair I believe it has been mentioned that with hindsight they would not have put the goddless cleric part in.

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Come on cover update.

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Remember Magnimar is the place where they worship emyrial lords and Agathons (Animal form outsiders) So I dont see him getting all that negative of a reaction. As for the why assuming your playing shatterd star as written exchange student pretty much covers that.

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Also in Pathfinder and Ap's it is often encouraged to reward xp for getting past encounters in none combat ways.

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Interestingly a show over at the escapist has I feel managed to show issues with the game industry better than these kickstarter funded videos

http://www.escapistmagazine.com/videos/view/jimquisition/7044-The-Creepy-Cu ll-of-Female-Protagonists

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He means things like the map (Which incidently you dont get with the digital version)

Also this seems a big deal about nothing after all the artists for the comics put up pages for them on there accounts

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Orthos wrote:

Snark aside, you're quite incorrect.

Golarion started out partially based on James Jacobs's homebrew world which has been worked on for over 30 years - placing it sometime in the early 80s, not 90s - combined with the additional input and creations from the rest of Paizo, which itself was not founded until 2002, far too late to have been together to create Golarion for a campaign "created back in the early nineties".

So unless you're saying you played a game under James Jacobs in the early nineties that was set in his homebrew (which wasn't Golarion yet, at least not the Golarion we have today) where all that stuff happened - and even if it did, which seems excessively unlikely, that doesn't mean it's still canon for the published, composite world of Golarion as it is now - I'd have to say you're doing a rather poor job of pulling our legs, sir.

Isn't this the second time in a week someone's showed up claiming to have insider knowledge on Paizo/Pathfinder/Golarion? And had their dates off and their information skeptical?

If memory serves it was based on various bits from various Paizo staff either from homebrews or created whole cloth for the setting so yeah at best coincidence.

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I have every piece of Golarion lore and you are just making things up.

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James Jacobs wrote:

Halflings can grow bears.

Outstanding.

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ciretose wrote:

As long as Mack the Paladin has no penalty for death, Mack the Paladin has become an immortal.

Hey leave me out of this.

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shallowsoul wrote:

You dont know if the majority likes it or not.

I would point out that neither do you.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
All this excitement makes me very happy. I gotta admit I expected more grumblers, but I'm pleasantly thrilled with the response so far.

To be fair many of us who are weary of the idea already voiced it in the item card and the Rasputin must die thread.

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Timothy Hanson wrote:

I must admit I am rather surprised with how many people are fully on board with this to be honest. Go across Tian Xia people throw a fit, have pirates people through a fit, go to Earth everyone is on board. Seems odd.

To be fair I am pretty wary of this. I dont mind exotic (Been fine with the rest of the Ap's plot till this point). I just think that there is such a thing as piling on to much exotic. At this point I'll wait and see if it ends up being to weird for my tastes I'll probably just sub the book or the earth part for a module.

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Actually the part that really is putting me off is the implications it goes to earth. I'm not fond of putting real modernish real life events into my fanatasy and if it does send the characters to Earth it pretty much locks in what time period Earth shares with Golarion. (I suppose they could use a time travel argument but thats adding out there with even more out there.)

Not trying to be so negative but since it was initally announced this has been the Ap I had most been looking foreward to and it is kind of disapointing to see what seems like a big shift in tone for it.

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And just like that my intrest in this Ap has began to drop rapidly

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Set wrote:

Nice picture! I'm not terribly sure what that squirrel is hoping to accomplish, but bless him for trying!

Hey dont diss the squirrels a pack of them brought down Doctor Doom once.

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Quaterly thats rather disapointing.

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Trinite wrote:

The thing is, the strictness of boarding schools and the power of old boys' clubs created and enforced the standards of Victorian culture. That culture was much more highly structured and regimented than our present Western (especially American) culture.

That is to say, the strict boarding school style of education produced a certain kind of person. That kind of person is very different from what the Pathfinders are portrayed as being.

In the real world, when you have training like that, you end up with something way different from Pathfinders. You end up with soldiers, monks, or Victorian gentlemen. Not PCs.

This here is one of the main things I've noticed In most the Ap fiction I've read and Erzen in the comics (Cant really speak about the novels) The pathfinders in them dont come across as the spent several years cleaning chamber pot types indeed I get the feel that most of them would have been way to free spirited to put up with that sort of thing.

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