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Rite Publishing wrote:
Milo v3 wrote:
And that somehow doesn't favour the company's that do kickstarters over the ones that don't?

The only major player who does not do Kickstarter is Raging Swan. And I tell Creighton every time we chat (we are friends, he contributes to Pathways), that he is a IDIOT! for not doing kickstarter.

But again that is just IMHO.

OH YES!!!!! He SHOULD have been doing a kickstarter.


I thought some of you might be interested in the threshold goals that we had planned for this Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Kickstarter. Best of all, Dungeons & Dragons 5E fans might want to check out $25K reward level.


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Air0r wrote:
With so many publishers involved, how much are we actually going to see from them? I'll be honest, if all we see is a paragraph or even just 1 page, it doesn't really feel like enough, you know?

Each publisher will get at least a sidetrek adventure that is part of the main campaign serial. The sidetrek is going to be between 4,000 to 6,000 words (estimated 6 to 9 pages). As the kickstarter get larger and larger we will be adding more and more threshold rewards. Plus we have great rewards for the donors where they will be able to submit material into the campaign serial from names of N{Cs and locations, to magic spells and items to have their head shot used for inspiration of artwork. Hope this helps.


For those that have following or had interest in the upcoming Crisis of the World Eater, we just wanted to remind you that this kickstarter will be starting February 29, 2016. With nearly 20 3PP signed up to work on this project, it is going to be the largest cross company project supporting Pathfinder. The tagline which we have been describing the epic Crisis of the World Eater campaign serial has been Crisis on Infinite Earths meets the Ultimate Galactus Trilogy. The reason for doing this kickstarter is to show our appreciation to the fans of Pathfinder who have been supporting all of the 3PP since day one.

So if you would like to follow this project further, please check out our Facebook page and as always, thank you for your support of Pathfinder and the 3PP.


Ssalarn wrote:
Artemis Moonstar wrote:

When I read "Storyteller", I immediately thought of The Ghost Writer from Danny Phantom. I've long had the desire to see class with a mechanic that basically functioned like the reality warping power of Narration.

Greg and I have actually been working on a class for Amora Games that we were also calling the Storyteller that does more of this kind of thing, establishing a Narrative and then buffing allies by empowering them as a particular type of Protagonist (Guardian, Sky Knight, etc.), manipulating enemies by labeling them as particular Antagonists (the Beast, the Spurned Lover, etc.), manipulating the battlefield by creating particular Settings within the area of their Narrative, and other story related abilities. So if you're looking at something that's more Narration and less of the breathing life into drawings, we've been working on something that fits that mold and should have it available in the near future.

I think this has been done and overdone in the area of books, specifically comic books, in several variations of Deus Ex Machina which I DON'T want this class to me. It seems like a lazy short cut to make already powerful characters MORE powerful with additional modifiers. This class adds support and that potential to do something no one thought was possible but changes the game in interesting AND creative ways. Just adding +2 or +X to a stat really doesn't help the game play better, being creative does.


So to work some things out I broke out a pad and a pen and his semi rough ideas that I have about the storyteller. Nothing here is set in stone but it gives you some ideas to work from. What do you think?


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It sounds you are wanting Thundarr the Barbarian.


Ciaran Barnes wrote:
I'm not sure why she's wearing that dress and those heels while shipwrecked and fighting swarms of vermin, but it sounds like fun. Will this be reflavored spellcasting or something brand new?

Who says you can't look awesome while kicking ass?

Drejk wrote:
Maybe a number of basic creations that can be maintained indefinitely (with number maintained at the same time growing with the level) and the pool points would have to be expended to either create more complex things or imbue them with extra powers?

To make them indefinitely they would have to be small and structurally weak. Maybe work it like a zero level spells: Here are four things they can do all the time no matter what from these possible 10 options. Then to do X is cost 1 pool point and Y cost 2 pool points.


I think DC Comics Green Lantern analogy is the best way to describe this class: A class that uses weapon that uses will power to make the imagined real. The gaming mechanics that I think will be need will be a pool systems when you use point to do things. So I would be looking at the Arcanist' Arcane Exploits and Summoner's Eidolon Evolutions to start the ideas bubbling.


Artemis Moonstar wrote:
When I read "Storyteller", I immediately thought of The Ghost Writer from Danny Phantom. I've long had the desire to see class with a mechanic that basically functioned like the reality warping power of Narration.

I was thinking the X-Men villain Proteus with that description.

Artemis Moonstar wrote:
When I read Brush and Stylus, I immediately thought of Sai from Naruto Shippuden (I think that's the right character), or perhaps Brushogun from Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo. Draw stuff into life.

I am sure there will be a tattoo artist type as a archetype.

Artemis Moonstar wrote:
As for a "Storyteller" base class? Particularly based off that linked pic (love it btw)... I'd go with a combination of the two. (Edit) That way, you can avoid the issue of basically just having a Scribblenaut, which really doesn't have enough class features built in to support a full class in PF. 3.0 where they don't get stuff every level maybe, but not PF. (/Edit)

I am going to have to look into this.

Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Still, I have a habit of liking your stuff, so I'd probably give it a try anyways.

Thanks!

Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Edit 2: Perhaps an alternate name... I'm partial to Calligrapher myself, but that doesn't quite get the whole "summon creature" aspect I'd like to see.

I am getting this feeling...

Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Also, if you've ever played Dynasty Warriors 7 or later, the Brush weapon (signature weapon of Ma Dai) has a few moves that lets you basically throw out floating orbs of ink, which detonate later when activated (usually at the end of another move set). I would REALLY like to see this in an ink-based class. Wanna go really "crazy game design idea"? Give 'em some ability that lets 'em turn their (brush/stylus) into a weapon, complete with light, one handed, or two handed stats, form chosen when used (kind of like a Mind Blade via soul knife or magus, choose a category and get pre-assigned weapon stats, not just pick a weapon at random).

I never played the game, BUT I LOVE this idea. I have to make some notes now.

Artemis Moonstar wrote:
.... Can ya tell I've given a lot of thought to such a class? Consider the above my "wish list", lol.

I know the feeling...


So last week talking to Owen KC Stephens about some crazy game design ideas for Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, I suggested doing a COMPLETELY new base class which I have been calling the Storyteller.

Simply put what ever they write from their magic scroll and stylus, it comes into reality. Trapped at the bottom of a pit and you need a rope to get you out? A Storyteller can create one for you. Need a boat to sail away from an island, a Storyteller can create one for you. Need a splash weapon to effect a swarm? A Storyteller can create one for you. If you are thinking inspired by the Green Lantern, you might be in the right ballpark. It was also inspired visually by the image link.

So what do you think? Would this be an interested class for you to play? What would you like to see in this base class? Please let me know. Thanks!


Who doesn't need more dragons?


Lilith wrote:
Don't miss "It Came from the Stars" from Zombie Sky Press.

It is a really amazing campaign setting. I am sure there are a few things you can find useful.


Freedom16 wrote:
I'll have to pick this up, but I have a question. Does this mean the metallic and chromatic dragons dont exist in Neo Exodus? And if they do how big is their population compared to the two new catagories?

Our dragons are native the campaign, of course, but the other metallic and chromatic dragons do exist but are not as common. Anything that exist in the Bestiaries exist in the setting, just not as common as you would normally expect. Hope this helps.


Louis Porter Jr. Design, has released Monsters of NeoExodus: Dragons for The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game at RPGNow.com and DriveThruRPG.com. Here is information on this product:

The world of Exodus is inhabited by marvelous creatures, both dangerous and benign. Among the mightiest of these are dragons. Described herein are two new categories of dragon that can be found upon Exodus: the noble and mysterious stellar dragons, and the fell creatures known as conflict dragons. Both types provide for dangerous new foes. While the stellar dragons may be noble and high-minded, they tend to be dismissive of lesser creatures, finding them expendable in the face of achieving the greater good. The conflict dragons delight in misery and destruction and will run unchecked through the world, bringing its eventual demise, unless stopped by those with the power to do so.

Inside this sourcebook you will find you’ll need to enhance on adventures when using the these unique NeoExodus Dragons in you game:

Including the Introduction, Age Categories, Combat Additional Dragon Rules

- Four All new Dragons: Conflict Dragons - Armageddon Dragon (CR 7, CR 11 and CR 16); Fury Dragon (CR 8, CR 12 and CR 17); Holocaust Dragon (CR 9, CR 13 and CR 18) and Wrath Dragon (CR 10, CR 14 and CR 19)

- Four All new Dragons: Stellar Dragons - Gravity Dragon (CR 8, CR 12 and CR 17); Nebula Dragon (CR 9, CR 13 and CR 18); Pulsar Dragon (CR 10, CR 14 and CR 19) and Supernova Dragon (CR 10, CR 14 and CR 19)

- Two All New Dragon Lords: Apocalypse Dragon (CR 25 and CR 30/MR 10) and Infinity Dragon (CR 25 and CR 30/MR 10)

Available at RPGNow.com here!!!


Just released and uploaded for you Pathfinder RPG fans, the newest iconic for NeoExodus: A House Divided, with the paladin named Onishi Yumi. Enjoy!


Adam B. 135 wrote:
Consider me interested. I am glad my friend mentioned this project to me.

Thanks! If you want to keep up-to-date about this project, don't forget to take a look at our Crisis of the World Eater event page and make sure to download the Crisis of the World Eater Prequel: A Warning Too Late for PAY WHAT YOU WANT! Enjoy!


The second part of NeoExodus Legendary Tales - Grit for Hire written by Erik Scott de Bie​ released today. Read it here for FREE!!!


Here is the original post where the idea is updated from: Maro's Alchemy Tracking Sheet. Hope this helps!


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For you fans who like to play Alchemist he is an update to Sean K Reynolds original Alchemy Tracking Sheet. Pick up your copy at Louis Porter Jr. Design website: www.neoexodus.com. Enjoy!


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Read it here for free. Enjoy!


We keep adding names and companies to this every growing list. I am just amazed that we have been able to get 18 3PP teamed up to work together on one project. That is the part that excites me as fan, even more so than a publisher.


Endzeitgeist wrote:
That's in fact exactly how I ran a module: My players stopped a serial killer who was supposed to get away in the first encounter; I had him "return" as a Khymer and truly wreck havoc. :)

Just a little background, the idea of the Khymer came from DC Comic villain Ra's Al Ghul. In the 30th century he basically existed like the Khymer in a liquid blood like form and had cloned bodies that he used like "clothing".


Artemis Moonstar wrote:
Just like the idea of a Khymer's body getting "killed", and the blood ooze slipping into another one, animating it like a crude skin puppet.

Skin puppet. I like that. :-)


So I have to wonder what people think about Crisis of the World Eater Prequel: A Warning Too Late? Please let us know. Thanks!


Malwing wrote:

It came from the stars has adventures outside the main book?

How are NeoExodus adventures?

Try our Pay What You Want NeoExodus adventures and see if anything clicks. Hope this helps.


Thanks for the review!


137ben wrote:
The link you posted doesn't work. Here is an actual link.

That is weird? But, thanks!


Louis Porter Jr. Design, has released Crisis of the World Eater Prequel - A Warning Too Late for The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game at RPGNow.com and DriveThruRPG.com. Here is information on this product:

All across the world, an unexpected psychic broadcast seeps into the mind of every living thing, filling their minds with portents of death and destruction. Tens of thousands of people, especially those attuned to magical forces, are driven to suicide. The Confederated Nations, the world’s most bountiful empire, immediately launch an investigation, tracing the broadcast back to the Kray Wasteland. The wasteland is the result of the Kray Comet striking the world just over a century ago, a thousand miles south of the Capitol of the Confederated Nations. Officially, it is too irradiated to enter safely, but facing the possibility of another deadly broadcast, they have little choice.

Instead of a crater, however, the supposed impact site is home to a squat, grey complex. Decades ago, this now-abandoned laboratory was used to endow a dedicated group of warriors with extraordinary abilities. Only three of these super-warriors remain: the powerful Vault, the clever Synapse, and the raging Ozone. Drawn by the same broadcast that killed so many others, they have returned to the Complex. They know what lies at the center - not a meteor, but a powerful entity from another world, who arrived here nearly a century ago with a grave warning.

Best of all Crisis of the World Eater Prequel - A Warning Too Late is PAY WHAT YOU WANT!!!

Available at RPGNow.com here!!!


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Thanks for the review!


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Thanks for the review!


Endzeitgeist wrote:
Reviewed first on endzeitgeist.com, then submitted to Nerdtrek and GMS magazine and posted here and on OBS.

Thanks for the review!


Louis Porter Jr. Design, has released Chronicle of the Gatekeepers Omega: Dawn of a Thousand Wars for The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game at RPGNow.com and DriveThruRPG.com. Here is information on this product:

Having crossed Exodus, the heroes launch themselves across the multiverse to another new world, Earth, and land in the underwater city of Atlantis. Though it is a shadow of its former glory, Atlantis proves to be full of exceptional danger, for not only is it full of the descendants of paranoid isolationists, but those hermits have recently been implored to fight in an intergalactic war!

The heroes must navigate this bustling city as it reawakens from its isolation, fending off locals and strangers from other worlds alike as they search for the criminal wizard Pushae.

Once they find him, however, stopping him is the least of their worries: the Gatekeepers take great offense in someone meddling in their war effort and will stop at nothing to protect themselves. Fortunately, by the time the party has the full attention of the Gatekeepers, they find themselves at the very heart of the war effort, with access to experimental weapons of unbridled power.

This adventure is the climax of the Chronicle of the Gatekeepers Campaign Serial, and includes:

- An introduction to Atlantis, a system-neutral setting that branches out into countless other worlds, and the brewing interstellar war

- Six new siege weapons, including the obliteration cannon and the tesla lance

- Two new racial implants, one for Atlanteans and one for vespans

- Statistics for the highly advanced Atlanteans, who long ago reached the peak of physical perfection

- Twelve hooks you can use to continue your campaign, either on Exodus or elsewhere

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Evil Midnight Lurker wrote:
So, very strongly inspired by Ultimate Galactus in particular?

Partly. But of course if there is a Galactus entity for inspiration, there should be a Silver Surfer type entity. Right? :-)


Thanks for the review!


So I want to hear you opinion on this concept of Money Back Guarantee with your Kickstarter projects. Would you support a Pathfinder RPG kickstarter with a Money Back Guarantee. Watch my YouTube video on this question.


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Thanks for the review! Glad you enjoyed it.


Contest you say... :-)


If you have been wondering about those weekly ads we keep releasing AND you have not read this whole thread, then you might want to watch this video, it explains a lot.


JiCi wrote:

Considering the success of the Advanced Bestiary, now converted to Pathfinder, are there plans to make a sequel to it, with new templates?

I understand that there is no small feat to create template, there are a few more that could be added. Here are a few suggestions.
- More Dread [Undead] templates... especially with those added in Bestiaries 2 to 5
- Templates related to Aeons, Psychochomps, Inevitables and other outsider groups.
- A "Robotic" template for constructs, like turning a Golem into a Robot.
- Class templates, like giving a creature class features from the Fighter [Martial], Rogue [Stealth], Cleric [Devoted] or Wizard [Arcane], for instance.

I approve this message!


Louis Porter Jr. Design, has released Chronicle of the Gatekeepers Sidetrek: Speaking the Same Language for The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game at RPGNow.com and DriveThruRPG.com. Here is information on this product:

One should never meddle with interplanar portals without knowing what one is doing. Unless, of course, you find yourself stranded on an alien planet littered with portals, of course. The party happens to be in this exact situation, trapped on Exodus with the portal they walked through closed behind them. Through careful magical experimentation, or perhaps trial and error, they can work to solve the puzzle of the gateway and re-establish a link back to their home!

This adventure is a sidequest in the Chronicle of the Gatekeepers Journey, and includes:

- Details on how precisely things can go wrong when messing with unstable interplanetary gateways

- An introduction to the prymidians, brilliant linguists and scholars

- A new racial implant for prymidians, the linguistic tongue

Available at RPGNow.com here!!!

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Shadowborn wrote:
Otherwise, the material found within this book could easily be used outside of an Obsidian Apocalypse campaign without changing much but the flavor text to suit your campaign setting.

BINGO!!!


Louis Porter Jr. Design, has released Worlds of Obsidian Apocalypse: Sinful & Vile Feats at RPGNow.com and DriveThruRPG.com. Here is information on this product:

A dark star fell from the sky bringing with it the end of all things! The sanctity of the world known as Abaddon was shattered when a global apocalyptic event of a meteor impacting the planet causing a destructive ecological and eldritch change. Now there is no day or night, just never ending Apocalypse. An undead world ruled by fear and horror. Inside this book you will find you’ll need to add more interesting and unique feats to your exciting adventures in Obsidian Apocalypse.

Available here!!!

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