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Liz Courts

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Community Manager. RPG Superstar 6 Season Star Voter, 7 Season Star Voter, 8 Season Star Voter. FullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 10,543 posts (20,190 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. 6 wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 10 aliases.


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quibblemuch wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Age and treachery will overcome youth and skill.
I admire your optimism.

You underestimate my stubbornness. ;)

Diego Valdez wrote:
Every book I've read and every movie I've watched say something different.

You're reading the wrong books. >.>

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Removed a comment about edition superiority, bugs, etc. Do not do this thing. It leads nowhere productive. In addition, the presence or absence of subscription tags should not be used to "weigh" the value of a poster's contributions. It's elitist and unnecessary.

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Removed some heated posts and their responses, along with off-topic posts. While the earlier hostility was dealt with amicably, it bears repeating that in a text-based medium such as these forums, it's easy to draw the wrong conclusion or read something that wasn't intended. Assuming the worst about the other posters doesn't help foster the kind of discourse we want on the forums, and taking a step away from the keyboard for a while might be in order.

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KenderKin wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
Jayson MF Kip wrote:
JJ's secret project was cloning Adam Daigle?
I'd certainly be able to get more work done if that was the case. :D
Seriously. I could use a clone.

Obviously cloning is going in alphabetical order.....

Functional clones or spare parts clones?

A functional clone would be a spare parts clone in the right circumstance.

quibblemuch wrote:
Everybody thinks that, but what you gain in doubled work capacity, you more than lose in time wasted battling your clone to the death for supremacy.

Age and treachery will overcome youth and skill.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Jayson MF Kip wrote:
JJ's secret project was cloning Adam Daigle?
I'd certainly be able to get more work done if that was the case. :D

Seriously. I could use a clone.

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Removed an off-color post. Please keep it clean, thank you.

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Sharaya: Katina is not here. We are lacking in the Department of Pun.

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Removed a couple of tasteless posts. Please be mindful of our Community Guidelines.

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*readies action*

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Now available!

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An important point to remember is that one of the goals of Free RPG Day is to draw in new audiences to game stores. One gamer might be tired of goblins...but the next person that walks in the door might never have played a roleplaying game before, and might very well be intrigued by the idea of playing a pyromaniac goblin riding a pig to impress their friends.

We all begin gaming somewhere, and we should remember that just because we might not want a thing, doesn't mean somebody else doesn't, and that thing might bring in a new gamer into the fold. And then another. And another. Gaming is bigger than one person's set of desires.

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As much as I like the commentary on dragons, let's keep this thread about the product, and post your thoughts on dragon-themed adventures elsewhere.

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Removed some posts and responses. Not everybody plays the game the same way—not even in Pathfinder Society. Talk with your fellow players and GM pre-game to manage expectations. Be nice to each other.

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Removed some baiting posts and their responses. Gaming comes in many different styles, and not everybody is going to game the same way—please respect that.

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*flings out PDFs*
Enjoy, folks! I'm sure the publisher would appreciate a review. ^_^

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Granted PDFs to the first ten people that commented in the thread!

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YES! I GET A SURPRISE ROUND!

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Removed post, locking thread. Baiting posts and threads are not okay.

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Oh no. :( That's awful to hear. Please pass on our condolences from us at Paizo to his friends and family.

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A note to say that if you want to continue the discussion on mental illness and/or its application in roleplaying games, please take it to another thread—let's keep this thread about the product.

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"Paizo Conference Room?" I think you mean Valhalla. You meet, you die, you meet again.

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Announced! Cover image and description not final.
Also, FINALLY a book on this topic. :3

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Announced! Product image and description subject to change.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:


Who is the sneaky ninja type, that just stands there waiting...

If we expand the options to gninjas... Lilz.

>.>

<.<
*readies an action*

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Now available!

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CourtFool wrote:
Hi. I'm CourtFool. I'm a poodle and I'm new.

*narrows eyes*

Fine, you get some cookies too. *offers cookies*

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Robot Chris: Liz, do not worry about [redacted], we are covered. You may focus on your Dark Work™.

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Lamontius wrote:

does [redacted] equal 'that bass' y/n

is Diego more of a treble person y/n

We'll have to hold a staff meeting to be sure. Somebody should take notes.


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Yeah, many fond memories of "Legend of Huma" and "Kaz the Minotaur."

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Welcome, welcome! *offers cookies*


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The King in Yellow or The Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young?

She-Hulk or Ms. Marvel?

Coyote or Iktome?

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Katina: Or, I should say Katina and Sharaya are all about [redacted] and Diego is a captive audience.
Sharaya: As in, being held captive.
Katina: Please ignore his cries for help.
Sharaya: He doesn’t mean it.
Katina: He doesn’t know what’s best for him.

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Isger adventures—only two, alas.

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Cosmo: Can I use you for an experiment real quick?
Me: ...


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Crystal Frasier wrote:
Lilith wrote:
Green bean casserole or mac and cheese?
Green bean casserole, because I don't like eating things that taste like Satan's moldy butt.

Also, Lissa's green bean casserole is like the platonic ideal of green bean casseroles.

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Cosmo: I never promised that I wouldn’t reveal this information to a room of the happiest and most awesome bunch of gleeful sociopaths that I know.

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Please note that between 2007 and August 2009, Paizo was releasing 3.5 material under the Pathfinder brand—the Core Rulebook was not introduced until 2009.

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Set wrote:

To be fair, everything was fuzzy that night.

It must have been a heck of a party, when waking up in a wheelbarrow with runes drawn on your abdomen was not the oddest thing.

That's just Friday night at my place.

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Paizo employs four full-time editors (Christopher Carey, Judy Bauer, Jason Keeley, and Josh Vogt) plus executive editor James Sutter and editor-in-chief Wes Schneider. Many of the other members of the creative staff also shoulder editing duties as needed.
Also, as an moderator note, please dial the hostility back.

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Rysky wrote:
Ashley Kaprielian wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Ashley Kaprielian wrote:
1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
{awestruck, whispers:} Ashley has levels in Doof Warrior? Woah.
A girl's gotta do something until her pyrokinesis powers kick in.
Our pact is still good, right? I mean, we signed it in triplicate and everything—you get pyrokinesis, you show me how you did it, and vice versa.
Of course! I can't very well take over the world by myself.
I believe a ritual needing a bucket of goat's blood is involved somehow. Definitely are kinda fuzzy.

No, the goat was fuzzy. >.>

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Ashley Kaprielian wrote:
1d4 Goblin Babies wrote:
{awestruck, whispers:} Ashley has levels in Doof Warrior? Woah.
A girl's gotta do something until her pyrokinesis powers kick in.

Our pact is still good, right? I mean, we signed it in triplicate and everything—you get pyrokinesis, you show me how you did it, and vice versa.


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Street tacos or breakfast burritos?

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Kalindlara wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Reiko, the ninja iconic, is asexual, but not aromantic (though that's not in her Meet the Iconics story).
And genderfluid, if I recall correctly. ^_^

Yup!

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Reiko, the ninja iconic, is asexual, but not aromantic (though that's not in her Meet the Iconics story).

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Witch is a non-gendered word as far as its application in the Pathfinder RPG rules.
References to gender in class abilities in the description are based on the gender on the iconic (barbarian, paladin, shaman, and witch are referred to as "her", for example).

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Sara Marie: DAMMIT
I JUST GOT THE GOAT
now what do i do with it
gonna eat me out of house and home
Diego: I’m sure it’s useful for other rituals. Some may even require that it be hungry.

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Cosmo: Layers of unidentified substances never fail to get me going
Sara Marie: >.>
Robot Chris: I’m...going to go to lunch now.

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Sara Marie: "Soda Oddity"

Ground Control to Soda Can
Ground Control to Soda Can
Take your quarter and push the button in.
Ground Control to Soda Can (Ten, Nine, Eight, Seven, Six)
Commencing countdown, chill unit on (Five, Four, Three)
Check drop lever and may Grabthar’s Hammer avenge you (Two, One, Liftoff)

This is Ground Control to Soda Can
You've really made the grade
And the people want to know whose brand you wear
Now it's time to leave the capsule if you dare
"This is Soda Can to Ground Control
I'm rolling through the door
And I'm floating in a most peculiar way
And the stars look very different today
For here
Am I sitting in a tin can
Far below the stairs
Planet Paizo is blue (purple?)
And there's nothing I can do

(Soda Machine has been refilled).

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Katina: It’s fun when you’re the one provoking her to cackle.
It’s not fun when she’s cackling and you don’t know why...yet.

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Updated product image to final.

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