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CorvusMask wrote:
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Well in my case if I had ran as written both my groups would have failed the 2nd question since both times they unanimously said yes right away with not a single hint of hesitation(Which is kind of easy to do when you have a whole bunch of redeemed bad guy back at your castle and a redeemed succubus as an ally)
What about demons and mooks without names given? Like, I doubt you guys tried to spare every single enemy you ever met.

Actually the paladin did indeed try to use none lethal force whenever possible and had a dungeon full of captured bad guys that she kept attempting to convince of the error of there ways.

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Unfortunatly it seems the dialogue thing is being misreported as well since the version I was told (That some of the people are getting annoyed at) is actually completly diffrent than what actually happens. Also keep in mind that in the places where you have to have downloaded a copy of the game to review it the reviews are generally better.

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Cover reminds me of a piece of artwork from one of the final fantasy games (12 I think) which had these 5 characters called judges walking foreward.

Ah here it is Prepare to be judged.

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This pleases Kevin

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Kevin wants now....

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Good article. I must say the mention of cutscenes has me interested any chance of a sample of one of them in the future?

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I want to place $500 on dinopocalypse please?

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Alex Martin wrote:

So...four Dwarven vampires are going to turn the entire council of elders for the dwarven nation into spawn that serve Hel so they can choose to end the world? And have to do so on a timetable so that no one stops them from doing it? Is that about the sum of it?

So I guess that means:
a) that must be a small council.
a) no one has means of fast means of communicating with them to warn them.
b) apparently there aren't many high-level dwarven priest outside the moot that could protect against the vampires in any case.

Also the entire council is all in one place since that orb is a one use item.

(I dunno does is it just me or does this storyline seem to be just being stretched out and is something that probably could have been resolved in maybe a dozen strips?)

Also why cant Roy just dust the new high priest of Hel? should solve everything right?

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Somewhat?!

Okay make that extremly

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Am I the only person who thinks this entire plan by Hel is somewhat convulouted?

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Krensky wrote:

Wah.

Let's just coddle and make excuses for Ben Solo becoming a mass murderinget nutjob.

Why don't you add affluenza to it too?

To be fair his grandfather is the guy who went from killing is not the Jedi way to mass murdering child killer in less than 10 minutes.

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Also since the godsmoot rules only apply to at most 3 of the vampires couldent the room of priests and bodyguards not just wreak most of them?

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Yeah I'm really not sure how this plan is supposed to work. (Since pretty sure roy could just dust most the vamps including the new high priest once Durkon leaves) So does kinda feel like DBZ lvl's of padding here.

In fact everything from the last few pages has been a bit of how the heck does that work for me.

Also was I imagining things or was this not supposed to origonally be the last book (Curious since from what Rick has said there is this book and one more to go)

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Kalindlara wrote:

(I figured I'd put the question in a separate post for ease of answering.)

How much will the Westcrown of Hell's Vengeance (especially Hell Comes To Westcrown) look like the Westcrown of Council of Thieves? Is continuity being carefully maintained, or is Council of Thieves treated as an unreliable older source?

Thank you! ^_^

It will look physically like the established Westcrown, and the content of Council of Thieves is pretty much 100% reliable. That said...

** spoiler omitted **

Hope that clears it up? It'll be covered in more detail, of course, in PF #108.

Any chance of any of the NPC'S from council of thieves showing up? (Thinking mainly children of westcrown members but could be anyone really.)

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So any updates on whats happning?

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James Jacobs wrote:

Warpriests of Asmodeus don't cut it?

What is it folks want if that's not the case? Someone who's lawful evil who has the mercy mechanic? Someone who is lawful evil but gets to call themselves some sort of paladin?

Well cant speak for ayone else but the feel I get is antipaladin fits LE better than CE (Mostly from running one through Way of the wicked where the author suggests just making them LE.)

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Really liked the investigators journal at the start seems they may be building up to something more in Razmir in the future (At least I hope)

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Yes give in to your hate it has made you powerfull.

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Tels wrote:
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Or get them to do an an anniversary edition of Curse of crimson throne (Since they did update some of the art for the runelords one if I recall.)
James Jacobs has been asked about this on multiple times and he's said they'd probably never do another anniversary edition. Runelords was a special case because it was "the first". However, he said if they were to do one, he'd want to do Second Darkness because there were a lot of problems with that one, especially with the depiction of the elves.

Yeah I know just putting it out as a solution (however unlikely) Other option which I suggested in the in that thread is make a model that just so happens could be used to represent Laori

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Erik Mona wrote:
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What about a Laori Vaus mini?

Almost certainly not.

Art is subjective, and all, and I don't mean any offense to the folks involved, but the illustrations of this character we have published have been among my absolute least favorite renditions of any character in a Pathfinder book.

So unless we had some reason to re-illustrate her, and unless that illustration took a decidedly different approach than "cute girl in a razor-blade catsuit," there is a precisely 0% chance that I would want to make a mini of her.

Sorry!

Actually another way to go about it would be to make a minature that could be used as Laori (Spiked chain weilder chainmail armour) without actually being Laori if you catch my meaning?

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Or get them to do an an anniversary edition of Curse of crimson throne (Since they did update some of the art for the runelords one if I recall.)

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Wait lost had answers?

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GreyWolfLord wrote:

I'm just amazed at how much people criticize Lucas...but when someone else who isn't even the original creator does worse...they cheer him.

Well he did change the force from a mystical thing to essentially some form of parasitic infection also Jar Jar binks. After those two things The film would have to release a flesh eating virus into me before I consider it worse.

(Also I could be miss remembering but isent the courasant scene one of the added in scenes for the dvd high definition remake thing mostly to tie things in to the prequal trilogy?)

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So I take it this means they finally got the film licence back from the previous lot?

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DM Beckett wrote:

the last one basically had the Empyreal Lords do it for her (without her knowing).

Any idea what book thats mentioned in?

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I suppose it is to later to make Meligaster, Seltyiel, Alain and Oloch as the iconics for the hell's vengance AP instead of making up 6 new characters just for that?

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I just assumed the place was a subsiderry of the Umbrella corperation and all bouts of stupidity disapeared in the blink of an eye.

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Well I would imagine one of the changes may be to make Yuffie and vincent actual fully included characters rather than optional. Also I would expect it to be a remake in the way resident evil 1 was (So big changes to the basic layouts and like but most central plot points remain the same.)

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
So do people hate him solely for betraying the Decemvirate? That doesn't seem to add up.

To put it in comic terms they did a scott summers to him

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I believe the disconect is from the fact that from a mythological standpoint Sucubuss and Incubus were the same creature only diffrent genders whilst in pathfinder they are treated as seperate creatures.

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Maybe ive missed something but is a male succubus not an incubus by default?

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Just seen the new occult Iconics and again excellent work. If it's not to bold may I ask who decided the basic descriptions for each of the iconics on this one (Details like making one a kid another an old lady etc?)

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Seems the art for the occult Iconics have appeared on there tumbler page is it okay to ask questions about there art desighns now or better to wait till actual release?

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Liz Courts wrote:
Numerous People: So what's up with the mayonnaise?

Wait that wasent just a joke comment put up on facebook?

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Darn probably first Paizo ap I'll never be able to run (Tried way of the wicked and my group cant do evil characters)

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CosmicKirby wrote:
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Why can't we just get a Monk that can Fly. Monks should be able to fly if they try hard enough.
Because thats TOO anime. Next we'll have yellow haired, energy shooting, flying monks!

At least two of those are already possible.

Just working on the third.

And mechanical limbs for Alchemists.

We haven't even seen the monk's final form!
What did the scanner say about the Unchained monk's power level?
I believe it is somewhat less than ten thousand.

Less Goku, more Krillin.

At least it ain't Yamcha.

I do not know what this Yamcha is but it sounds pathetic.

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Grease the goat Grease the Goat.......

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Tacticslion wrote:
Cyclops. >:(

Thats more of a decades long character assination.

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Following on from that question for such a theoretical game would you prefer new characters made just for the game, A choice of several of the current Iconics, A way to just make random characters or perhaps a combination/mix of the above?

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James how doable/desirable would it be to do a video game based on one (or perhaps several) of the Adventure paths (Like how there was a video game version of temple of elemental evil?)

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Silver Surfer wrote:

I've made no bones that I thought several of the classes released in the ACG were poorly thought out and were very OP to the extent that a few of the core/base classes have now almost been made redundant.

Character concepts could have been far more easily achieved with simply providing more archetypes and tweaks through feats.... with the added benefit that classes were enriched rather than eradicated.

The question is.... in the future will we look back on the ACG as the point at which PF started on a downward spiral? Did character creation for the sake of character creation and profit hunger win out over common sense?

To make a long story short No

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Well Games workshop is doing there fantasy campaign called the end times maybe thats what there all on about?

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Interesting video that touches on the subject

Humans need not apply

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One persons bloat is another persons options.

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Linky
And here's some videos responding to each of the Tropes series.

Without actually watching these, this list kind of points at what I was saying earlier:

These video titles, by calling themselves things like "Feminism versus FACTS" and "Why 'Feminism' Posions EVERYTHING," belie the fact that they're not interested in having an actual conversation, but in accusing Anita Sarkeesian of lying and insulting her as "poison." If they had actual points to argue, or were interested in having an actual conversation, they'd present and interpret their evidence without relying on this accusatory language. You'd have a hard time convincing me that these "responses" are little more than mean-spirited attacks.

Actually you really really should watch them there the things that turned my opinion for being pro Anita to against

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Yes but the fact I have to do that to make sure it is a none combat encounter is very problematic. At the end of the day my players all agreed that as written Iomedae dosent come across as a Lg goddess of Justice and honour (One actually asking me if this was another paladins of asmodeus moment)

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James Jacobs wrote:
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Except having ran that bit by two groups both have agreed that as written it really dosent work for a goddess of honour good and justice.

Perhaps... but again... look at her role—she's a goddess of honor and justice, yes, and she IS good aligned, yes... but she's not a "goddess of good."

Which is, of course, semantics, but that's what the internet is for.

Well even at that as mentioned before you actually encounter her in the very first book (Admitadly in a dream/vision but dont think that would affect anything.) and her personality is a complete 180 turn on how she acts later.

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Insnare wrote:

It wouldn't be racist it would be specist(although I am not 100% sure that specist would be the proper term because a construct is neither a race nor a species, you could then call it lifist)... whether it is a dick move or not would generally depend on the gaming table, wouldn't it? What goes at your table vs. mine is up to your gaming group and conversely up to mine.

As a side note, you should probably refrain from saying people are racist anyway, which is prejudicial, by the way and I just was bringing up an interesting point, which may or may not be plain semantics anyways... :)

On the side, since Pathfinder is a Roleplaying Game, I would also say that especially in the first adventure if you have a character from anywhere outside of Numera or even those within, it would be legitimate to treat a construct like a machine until the ice has been finally broken, an esprit de corps if you will has been established

except isnt the point of androids that they look more human than machine therefore at first glance they would appear as either a male or female human with strange tattoes.

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Ssalarn wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Nope it was retconned, ask James Jacobs yourself if you must:) there are no paladins of Asmodeus in pathfinder, its a fact

No, James Jacobs doesn't like paladins of Asmodeus in Golarion, because they don't jive with his personal aesthetics. The rules that allowed them to exist in the first place have never been changed.

At best, you can say that there are no longer paladins of Asmodeus in Golarion, assuming you can actually show an official retcon. The rules of Pathfinder still very much allow them and there's a fairly comprehensive blurb in Council of Thieves that discusses all the ways that a paladin might serve an Evil deity.

Actually since inner sea gods which contains an updated version of said article (and as most up to date is the canon) the paladins of asmodeus have been completly dropped. In fact more than just dropped completly rewritten to clearly state otherwise.

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