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Secane wrote:


Damn... the seasons are getting tougher and tougher.

This board has been dominated by people screaming for years that the Scenarios were too bloody easy.

Guess what? Paizo listened.

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Chess Pwn wrote:

The feat doesn't count as the bloodline. You don't gain the bloodline, you just gain the bloodline power.

wildblooded doesn't work as something you can pick with exploit, but if you have sorcerer level with wildblood then the exploit will boost your level.

It never calls out in the feat that it doesn't count as a bloodline. The feat says all I get to use is the bloodline power from the bloodline and not the use of its other bloodline abilities. Bloodline development only requires that I have a bloodline which I do from the feat. Unless of course theres a FAQ I missed that calls out that the feat isn't a bloodline.

The burden of proof is for you to show where it does.

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Pan wrote:
Well Mem the thing is not every option is intended to be a viable player option. Some options are extremely situational and intended as NPC abilities or features.
I'm hard pressed to think of why an NPC smart enough to be a crafter would be dumb enough to create something he knows he can't control.

A man who's obviously never watched the Sarah Palin Story

Intelligence does not equal Wisdom. If you eliminate dumb mistakes, you'd eliminate the driving force around a lot of stories.

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Don't you all listen to your raid leaders when they say "Don't stand in fire!"?

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Certain boons for races that PFS wants kept REALLY rare, such as goblin or android are unique boons, that are sold at charity auctions at the BIG conventions, GenCon and PaizoCon. Last one I think ran over 4 figures.

Yes this means that anyone holding their breaths waiting for the android to be opened up for general play, can find something else to fixate on.

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Download the campaign guide, In the back, you'll find email addresses for the Pathfinder officers nearest your location.

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I think the easier solution would be to allow a tad more flexibility in entering Eyes of Ten, say allow someone with 33-34 exp points.

The game does change dramatically at 12th level, expanding it to 13 means NPCs that take that much more page space to run and more importantly combats that take a lot longer to do, and scenarios with 10-11's are hard enough to fit within a convention 4 hour slot. I don't even want to think to try running with 12-13's. As it is, higher level convention play such as sanctioned slots of "Rasputin Must Die!" takes a minimum of two slots to allocate.

Also keep in mind the fact that figure may well represent players who simply don't stay with a character for 12 levels. As new shinies come out, you get a lot of folks who leave off their higher level characters and start over again.

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Lord Fyre wrote:

In the Monster Codex, on page 244, there is a new template for "Vampire Spawn" (as opposed to the rule in the Bestiary, on page 271.

What this sets up is the possibility of 2nd level characters encountering an energy draining creature of unknown abilities. A 2nd level character cannot recover from a permanent negative level.

Does this need to be "flagged" as Use With Caution?

If a DM can't be trusted to read the bestiary entry with at least half a brain, what makes you think he's going to pay attention to a flag?

Actually this is a good thing; if a DM sends critters out like this to you at 2nd level, you'll have found out that much earlier that you're dealing with either an idiot or a killer GM.

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By the rules, an improvised weapon is not eligible for weapon enchants since it's not really a weapon. Which is what makes it by definition, an improvised weapon.

Until the stein appears on the weapon charts, you can't by the rules enchant it as a weapon.

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That Crazy Alchemist wrote:
LazarX wrote:

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Keep also in mind that Rend counts as one natural attack toward your Eidolon's ceiling of max number of natural attacks.
I might argue against that one LazarX. Rend isn't actually a natural attack since the bestiary doesn't list it as one nor is there any actually "attack roll" the Eidolon simply does the extra damage automatically once two claws have struck. So I do not belive Rend counts against the Nat attack cap.

Yes, you're right on that one, I was conflating it with Rake.

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Albatoonoe wrote:
Was Andoran placed in the Europe analog (as opposed to the New World) to purposefully avoid "America is built on native genocide" or was that just a happy coincidence?

Is there any country on the planet not built on some form of native genocide?

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A Mr. Morden would like to know "What do you want?"
That changes at every second, but right now? I'll go with a chocolate chip cookie.
He'll be disappointed with your answer, which is good. Just ask Ambassador Mollari what happens if he likes your answer.
I was confused before, but now I have NO idea what you're talking about.

I guess you never watched Babylon 5, then? Mr. Morden was the front man for the elder race known as The Shadows, who embodied Chaos as opposed to the Vorlon's Law. Both of them playing a geopolitical game on the galactic level with the younger races. He was kind of like the reverse of "Stingray". Morden would, thorugh his Shadow connections get what you want... and then come back later to collect. As it turned out he had a price as well, his family was a victim of a hyperspace accident, and the Shadows were keeping them suspended an instant away from obliteration. They were his price.

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equinoxmaster wrote:
tell me all you can about Zon-Kuthon and all his secrets

If you go to Zon-Kuthon, you will die.

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Kajehase wrote:
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LazarX wrote:
A Mr. Morden would like to know "What do you want?"
That changes at every second, but right now? I'll go with a chocolate chip cookie.
He'll be disappointed with your answer, which is good. Just ask Ambassador Mollari what happens if he likes your answer.

Or not... it's always good to get a soul on the cheap. But it will be one GOOD cookie.

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Westphalian_Musketeer wrote:

The gods have consigned you to always be an outcast from traditional allies, but your illusory dichotomy lets you befuddle and confuse enemies.

At 1st level you gain an aura similar to that gained by clerics and paladins, except the aura displayed is opposite of your character's alignment along both the lawful-chaotic axis and the good-evil axis. True Neutral characters display as one of the alignment extremes (Lawful Good, Lawful Evil, Chaotic Good and Chaotic Evil) as determined by the GM. If the oracle's alignment shifts, so does their aura. The oracle gains access to the spells Message and Haunted Fey Aspect to their spells known.

At 5th level the Oracle adds Magic Aura and Negative Reaction to their spells known.

At 10th level the Oracle adds Nightmare to their spells known.

At 15th level the Oracle adds Mass Hold Person to their spells known.

The only way I'd allow this curse would be if the Misunderstood also activated Smite. Which means of course, that good and evil oracles would be able to be smote by both types of Paladins.

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Yes, you too can be Baron Karza. You do have to spend the evolution points to give yourself arms and hands if you want to be able to cast spells involving somatic components.

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Check the section on the CRB and see if any of those feats are granted there. If not, the only legal source might be a boon.

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You get one rend period. You must hit with two claw attacks at a minimum to get that one rend so having four claws will increase the chance of getting that rend attack.

Keep also in mind that Rend counts as one natural attack toward your Eidolon's ceiling of max number of natural attacks.

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Trogdar wrote:
Because the class is so one dimensional that it actually breaks verisimilitude?

The fighter is Mombata, whose main role is to look and be dangerous. If that role seems one dimensional, it's because of a lack of effort to bring life to it.

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The Jade Regent Campaign Guide is a free download.

I'd strongly suggest reading it, assuming your DM is running the AP straight or close to it.

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I've been thinking about an Eagle Shaman myself, but I was thinking a bit more caster focused and taking something not usually seen in Druids, the Nobility or Glory domain.

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Easy one... given that I'm half Italian and despise my decesed alchholic Father, I'd give up alcohol long before Pasta.

Tastes Great? or Less Filling?

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Secane wrote:
LazarX wrote:
You can't use Boon Companion to raise your effective Druid level for your Animal Companion higher than your hit dice. No reason for it, unless you plan on multi-classing.

As I'm getting a Roc via the Animal Domain lv4 Class feature, the AC is 3 levels lower then your current lv.

Meaning I get the Roc at lv 4 and it is only a lv 1 Roc.

I need Boon Companion to boost it back to my full class level.

As to why I chose this? This is the only way for a Eagle Shaman to get a Roc AC.
An Eagle Shaman taking an AC via Nature's Bond instead of a domain class feature, can only pick Bird(Eagles).

I'm going druid for all levels.

Why can't you get it as an Animal Companion?

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Davor wrote:

I don't think it's a matter of sex, but rather a matter of work. I don't think I've ever met female player with the drive to not only enjoy the game, but to achieve the level of system comprehension and put in the extensive work required to DM, at least without a lot of assistance.

My wife has DM'd solo games for me a few times, and we had a lot of fun, but when I'm the one who knows all the rules, it ends up with me as the GM, but I'm running characters and she's playing the encounters.

Now, that's not to point out women I've met as being poor players, but rather that there are fewer women I've met that want to devote the time and effort to the system than there are men I've met. But then, players of both sexes tend to be a bunch of lazy scum anyways. :P

Both men and women can have blindsides as GM's. For women it can be the niggly bits of system mastery. For men, it's losing sight of the interrelated story details. Both of which can be dealt with and overcome.

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thejeff wrote:
Muad'Dib wrote:
Hama wrote:
Mechanics aren't art. They are mechanics.
Duchamp might argue otherwise. Or maybe he was just trolling the art world with the fountain.

I think I'd agree that mechanics aren't art. Any more than the rules of a sonnet or a haiku are art.

The games we make using those rules can be art.

I think there are exceptions to the rule. Ars Magica.. for instance, the casting rules and the magic system are themselves a work of literary art, and the atmosphere of the game setting is literally baked into them with it's liberal use of Latin derived terms. Amber Diceless's game terms are literally carved from the setting itself and really can't be filed down and used elsewhere without the near total rewrite the Shadow and Gossamer folks did, which created another baked in set of rules.

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Hama wrote:
And here I was only kidding. I don't know a single Dutch person.

I live in Northeast Jersey across from Manhattan. We're knee deep in Dutch legacies here.

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One of the house rules I use...

The only simulacrum a caster can create that can cast spells is his own personal self. It's caster level will be half his own and can have One set of spells prepared or one set of spell slots (if a sorcerer is casting them) Once the spell slots are expended, they can not be refreshed by any means.

A caster can have only one simulacra of this time in existence at any one time. He can make other copies of himself but they are treated as if they have no spellcasting ability, nor access to his spell list.

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"Good News Everyone! I've finally perfected a formula to end all life on Azeroth!"

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A Mr. Morden would like to know "What do you want?"

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"What do you want?"

Pretty much an arc question for this guy.

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Paulicus wrote:

I assume he means 'custom' spells that are simple alterations of existing spells.

As others have said though, that doesn't work in PFS.

Actually it does work, it takes feat expenditure or taking the right sorcerous bloodline for the effect you want. What you can't do, is freely alter spells in that way.

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You can't use Boon Companion to raise your effective Druid level for your Animal Companion higher than your hit dice. No reason for it, unless you plan on multi-classing.

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For a second I thought it was about that old sf tv show with Andy Griffin.

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Page 1,000 of your thread has come and gone. Any regrets?
Just that some folks tend to use my answers for evil.

Now I'm thinking you look like one of those two lab guys from "Better off Ted". Do you have a Ted on staff? If so, is he a figure of leadership?

Then again, I'm not sure that I want to know that Paizo is a division of Veridian Dynamics. A company so powerful that one of it's executives bought the country of Chad and renamed it after his son, Chad.

I haven't seen "Better Off Ted" so I can't say, since I'm not sure what a "Ted on staff" would be.

"Better Off Ted" was one of those critically well received comedies that didn't survive more than two seasons on network television. "Ted" is the head of a research division trying to maintain his moral center in a company that only fears countries more powerful than it. (only 3 of which exist)

Both seasons are available on Netflix.

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Page 1,000 of your thread has come and gone. Any regrets?
Just that some folks tend to use my answers for evil.

Now I'm thinking you look like one of those two lab guys from "Better off Ted". Do you have a Ted on staff? If so, is he a figure of leadership?

Then again, I'm not sure that I want to know that Paizo is a division of Veridian Dynamics. A company so powerful that one of it's executives bought the country of Chad and renamed it after his son, Chad.

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The Fiend Fantastic wrote:

And what has this thread taught us?

That the gaming community is dominated by undersexed males?

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magnuskn wrote:
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magnuskn wrote:

Let's take a look at some of the heroic new characters of the last years. I'll leave out aliens and people of really unusual skin tone (like "green", "blue", "purple" etc)

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Star-Brand - White American Male

Wasn't he the guy that turned Pittsburgh into a literal PIT?
Just a college campus with this kid. He's a new version who is firmly rooted in the 616 universe, instead of the New Universe one. And him killing those people in the 616 universe was an unwitting accident when his powers manifested.

I always figured it that they would sequel it with the guy who got the Brand when the original Star Brand eliminated himself.

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I've never played a pick-up game of Pathfinder, so I retain hope that our players are better than average :-) ).

If Cosmo is in your group he is bringing down your average. :P

I won't even tell you how many times Cosmo has caused us to wipe on Molten Core.

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Chess Pwn wrote:
I'm not eliminating exotic or magical means, I just don't want to have to spend a month or more porting icebergs. So unless I can teleport them safely it wont help much. I have access to lv7 wizard spells and lv5 cleric spells.

If the city is already there than it already HAS to have water. So break your way into the water supply Robert Heinlein style and start hawking that... and don't get caught.

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Whispering Vault. excellent take on the horror movie genre, so to speak.

But the best thing about it was that I had the original black book with the runic circle. Used it to spook away some Jehovah's Witnesses who darkened my door.

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Chess Pwn wrote:
But the GM described it saying it was a desert, and there is a desert wasteland from the coast for miles. I did mention that salt water was available. Going and getting icebergs will probably be to long/expensive. I'm wanting something that doesn't cost very much as to make a profit from selling water. Hiring people will probably cost more than they make.

Making a profit from selling water pretty much depends that a plentiful supply be available in the first place.

For a desert town this usually means that the town has to be centered on an oasis from which access is controlled very severely.

If you're going to eliminate exotic and most magical means, you really don't have any alternative.

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magnuskn wrote:

Let's take a look at some of the heroic new characters of the last years. I'll leave out aliens and people of really unusual skin tone (like "green", "blue", "purple" etc)

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Star-Brand - White American Male

Wasn't he the guy that turned Pittsburgh into a literal PIT?

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Would this feasibly work? Debatable.

Woud it look cool? Yes and that's good enough.

Remember how much the average Star Trek episode just BSes it's way though hoping the audience is basically ignorant of the physics they're faking? Fantasy RPG's aren't any different when it comes to setting details and plot devices.

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Lamontius wrote:
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Lamontius wrote:
so wait, my wife should not have made this thread?

No... the point is she should not have felt it necessary to have done so. Nor would she if this hobby were as egalitarian as we like to claim it is. We should be at the point where having a Female GM isn't a novelty, but simply be accepted as a matter of course. Your wife made this thread... you would not have the need to have done so if you were a person taking the realms of being a GM. You would not be in a position to have your place question or to question your place.

The problem is... we are clearly not there yet. Instead we've approached a point where we have meaningless crusades like GamerGate, where someone has been remorselessly hounded simply because of her gender.

so she should not have made this thread a year and a half ago because she should not have to make this thread?

You can either reply to my points directly, or take your spoiling for a fight somewhere else.

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The better the spell all the more reason for NOT including it.

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Dear JJ

Have you watched any of the Evil Dead / Army of darkness movies and what do you think of them?
Of COURSE I've watched those movies! They're great! I've been a fan of that franchise for close to 30 years, ever since I first saw Evil Dead back in the mid 80s.

Have you seen "They Call Me Bruce"? I got to see it in one of these more off the wall theaters in the Village, and a personal appearance by the Man himself.

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Wouldn't it be a laugh riot if the 50,000th post announced the locking of this thread?

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Your shaman is doing things the hard way. It's far easier to simply contaminate the water supply with corpses. Good way to end a siege in the attackers favor as well.

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Going by the bestiary stats, the DM is wrong in that the "host" body no longer has a mind of it's own. The intellect devourer is simply wearing the body the way we would a suit of power armor, having harvested the brain's memories for it's own use in disguise. Since the critter is immune to mind affecting spells, Feeblemind would have no effect.

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Suthainn wrote:
RAW it certainly seems to work, regardless of how powerful you feel it may/may not be the rules text of the two parts are very clearly written.

To be accurate such statements should read "I can read (or twist) RAW to support my position." As been seen below RAW can also be invoked to disprove your correlation.

When RAW can be invoked for both sides of a mechanics dispute, the fallback has to be RAI.

Given that the RAI of the feat was solely for Razmiran sorcerers to disguise their casting and make it appear for them to be acting like clerics. One must then see if the text supports an RAI interpretation that the feat was meant to encompass more than this. Not finding evidence for such grounding, the call has to go for the more conservative answer.

In general it's hard to find reason to not go with the general principle on any question where it's a choice that a player gains more or less power with a feat regarding magic, always go with the less.

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