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Liz Courts

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Contributor. RPG Superstar 6 Season Star Voter, 7 Season Star Voter, 8 Season Star Voter. Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. FullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 11,465 posts (21,193 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. 6 wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 10 aliases.


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*sniffles*
Fond voyages! May you always have a psychopomp on your shoulder to guide your way.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Katina ... otherwise your first born gets turned into a donut hole.
Is an awesome new witch hex idea

*smiles*

*plotty fingers*

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Jason Nelson wrote:
I'm actually uploading to our printers now, and we are on track for a Friday release!

*flexes*


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Makin' pancakes, makin' ragin' pancakes. Makin' pancakes, makin' ragin' pancaaaaaaaaaakes!


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I blame Cosmo for Girl Talk in my playlist.

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Mike Welham wrote:

I loved working on this.

Plus, look at that cover by Liz Courts. The forest shadow looks cute, but it's deadly.

Thanks Mike! ^_^

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That's right, this event is back again! Along with my illustrious cohorts Ashley Kaprielian and Owen K.C. Stephens, we will be discussing the ins & outs of publishing with the Pathfinder (and now Starfinder!) Compatibility License. Don't be afraid: arm yourself with the practical business experience that the three of us are doling out, whether it's regarding working with intellectual property, common pitfalls you'll want to avoid, or tax implications (dun-dun-dunnnnnnn)!

If you can't make this event, never fear: I will be around all weekend if you want a one-on-one Q&A regarding third-party publishing.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
I get to see Lou more than once a year!

HOLY CABBAGE SIGHTINGS!

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Blake isn't gonna say this, but if you want to continue to see Archives of Nethys get updated, you should support him on Patreon. Every bit helps.

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Marco Massoudi wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Ooh, can't wait to see how my critters turned out. :3
Follow-up: super-pleased. :3

That's cool, congratulations. :-)

Do you want to reveal which ones are your creations? ;-)

Muldnal, bore worms, and clockwork excavator.

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Liz Courts wrote:
Ooh, can't wait to see how my critters turned out. :3

Follow-up: super-pleased. :3

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Isabelle Lee wrote:
And Event Horizon.

I was trying to forget about the Kytons...but they won't forget about me... *hears music*

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Rick Kunz wrote:
576-page monster of a campaign setting. Now Available!

580. >.>

If I could describe Aethera's setting, it's like if you mashed Firefly, Ice Pirates, and Krull together, and spiced it up with some Dune, Final Fantasy VI, and Fallout.

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*won't be satisfied until she has the print book in-hand*


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Sara Marie wrote:

katina: ABSORB THEIR SMORES

katina: AND THEIR POWER

Nuuu...not my Smores! ;_;

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*shudders*
Yeah, those kytons are...a thing. Something something Event Horizon.
I'm glad everybody's enjoying the PDF, and this is the point where I ask for feedback on the layout specifically. I added a few things in that hopefully make it more usable for GMs and players alike, and I'd like to hear what does/doesn't work for you.


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Aww, I thought the class was going to get called "bewitched." :P

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Excellent to hear! Don't let the warehouse raptors get you, Thursty!


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Zelgadas Greyward wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Cool!

What's Lilith like?

Lilith (CE female Demon)

Demon Lord of fertility, lust, and seduction.
Favored Weapon: [REDACTED]
Domains: [REDACTED]
Subdomains: [REDACTED]
Inquisitions: [REDACTED]
Mysteries: [REDACTED]
Witch Patron: [REDACTED]
Sometimes pictured as a particularly beautiful succubus, and sometimes pictured as an angelic woman with black, feathery wings, Lilith is the greatest seductress known in the universe. Consort and courtesan to [REDACTED], she has toyed with the darkest, most corrupt hearts that have ever existed, and come out smiling. Some believe she is a fallen [REDACTED], and there is some evidence of this as she and Agrat bat Mahlat refer to one another as sisters. Certainly they have some history together, for they were both temporarily wed to the archdevil Samael (at the same time). Lilith may [REDACTED]
Temples to Lilith are rare except in evil societies. When they do exist openly, they are usually temple brothels. Many priests and priestesses of Lilith are sacred prostitutes. Some serve her faithful, while others go on secret missions to seduce and corrupt.

... I may be having a bit too much fun with the [REDACTED] button.

*raises eyebrow*

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*fist bump*

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Heh Heh Heh.

ghostly voice: Treeeeeeeeeat yoooooooo seeelllllllf

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Dang, I completely missed your review, Endzeitgeist—thanks for the review! And thank you for your feedback as well, Devastation Bob!

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Ooh, can't wait to see how my critters turned out. :3

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The link to the OGL in Section 3 of the Starfinder Compatibility License redirects to the same page, not to an OGL statement.

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Template Fu wrote:
Most contributions - Artist credits : Carlos Torreblanca with 46 credits, Liz Courts firmly in second position with 40.

Curse you, Carlos! *shakes fist*


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I shall be in attendance as well. ^_^

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Nice! Hey, there's a few things with my work in there, too!


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Ashley Kaprielian wrote:
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Lilith wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
ashley: pie bar?! this sounds like a fantastic place.
There is a pie bar. It's in Ballard. It is delicious.
Capitol Hill, too. Clearly we need to test both.

Dons her lab coat and clipboard.

Adjusts her glasses.

Alright. LET'S DO THIS!

Remember, you gotta write stuff down...For Science(TM).


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Sara Marie wrote:
ashley: pie bar?! this sounds like a fantastic place.

There is a pie bar. It's in Ballard. It is delicious.


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SWEET. Now I can really get my Final Fantasy VI game going! :P

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...I had to cut so much from that Sellen River article. ;_; (It's a really really really big river, you guys.)

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Galnörag wrote:

Just got my PDF and started skimming, on first blush there are half a dozen frivolous things that I love from this book, but the number one has got to be the Neverspill Goblet. It doesn't need as big a write up as it has, but the corner cases its write up gives are amazing. I would like to raise a toast to the Neverspsill Goblet and its designer, cheers!

Thank you thank you thank you! Nobody likes a party foul when the alcohol is spilled. :D

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Adam Daigle wrote:
The Sellen River article is a double-sized article. It is half gazetteer and half sample encounters that you can plug into this adventure or any adventure that occurs on the Sellen (or any river, really).

And it was a lot of fun to write! :D


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Sara Marie wrote:

sharaya: AHHHHHHHh

sharaya: I NEED ALL OF THESE
chris: somewhere, Liz’s ears tingled, a disturbance in the force...
chris: a wallet..
chris: crying out
sharaya: the sound of many wallets crying out at once

katina: she just cackled at home and she’s not quite sure why

I was, in fact, cackling. >.>


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I can only hope you find a new place who appreciates you at least as much as Paizo and all of us do.

I told myself years ago that if I were ever to leave Paizo, it would be to work for myself—and I hope I'm as good a boss to me as Cosmo, Jeff Alvarez, and Robot Chris have been. :D


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The Jade wrote:

I dearly hope to work alongside you again, should our paths lead there. Speaking of which, I understand you're available for freelance art, cartography and layout? Writing too?

And can you do a consult on any Pathfinder Compatibility License-related queries?

All of these things, yes. ^_^

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And what do I have to do to get some of your incredible homemade cookies? It's been years. You can't just let us mortals sample the Sug'ry Discuses of the Archmagi (now with more retributive strike flavor!) and then cut them off. It's cruel.

*opens jar of cookies for all*

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Diego Valdez wrote:
I don't know who will be taking over the wallet attacks in your absence but they have some mighty large shoes to fill.

I believe I have trained some folks well in that particular class skill. ;)

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Tammy the Lich wrote:

If Tammy could cry, she would.

I might have something in the dungeon still able to cry, would those tears be acceptable.

Surely Tammy has spare tears of *something* in her spell components.


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pinvendor wrote:

I maybe the only one posting in this goodbye thread for selfish reasons, but I have to know!!!

What will happen to dmtools chat??

It will remain, of course. I might even give it a fresh new coat of paint. :D

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captain yesterday wrote:
But, who will ban me when I get up to 998 aliases!

LOL. I'm sure somebody will shoulder that burden if it's needed (which I doubt).

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Gorbacz wrote:
Please don't go. The drones need you.

Do they look up to me? Because if not...*readies the nerve staple gun*

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B'aww. I'mma go cry now. :')

And in case people are curious...

Spoiler:

I still have the dolphin puppet.

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I thought this thread title was "Receive a Precocious Compliment from a Beautiful Kobold"...

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Orson Hightower wrote:
Should the character be built using the NPC rules, or PC, with regards to HP and the like?

That depends on class selection.

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Gorbacz wrote:
Speaking of legal stuff, does having accumulated three temp bans, one written warning (that's all by Paizo), three threats of physical violence, two threats of lawsuits, one death by shotgun blast threat and one "I'll send my mum after you" threat (all by stellar members of our community) make me ineligible? Just you know, exploring my options.

What do your lawyer senses read, Toothy Bag?

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Nohwear wrote:
So then is Eleven's level up to our interpretation?

Yes.

Rysky wrote:
... is it up to eleven?

:D

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ARCHERRRRRRRRRRRRRRR!
...Now available!

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*fights off cave raptors*
Found 'em!

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The Fourth Horseman wrote:

I find it odd that Paizo would highlight products on their front page that come from their biggest competition.

Probably just me. /shrug

The hobby gaming industry is not as big as people think, and many of us at Paizo have long-time friends in many different game companies—including Wizards of the Coast. Paizo's origin hails from the WotC periodicals department. A significant portion of the staff here grew up on Dungeons & Dragons, which shaped us to be where we are right now. Why would we not want to acknowledge the hard work of our peers in the industry for a successful game system?

From another standpoint, I think it's a dangerous assumption that gaming is a zero-sum situation. Different games work for different folks, but that doesn't mean that Pathfinder (or Dungeons & Dragons) is the *only* one you can play. For anyone that wants to be a game designer, it's dangerous myopia—you need to play many things to get a sense of how things are made.

A healthy game industry is good for all of us, from publisher to consumer—that's why we choose to highlight many different games on our website.

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Rysky wrote:
Uh, Liz, I think the synopsis is for the wrong one.

I didn't write it! >.>

I'll poke the publisher. :P

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