Jim Groves wrote:
Use better words, Groves! :D
Rasputin...is not messin' 'round. If the PCs come in unprepared...well I will suspect a very very messy and final end for them.
Oh, that? We eat that canned (i don't, too many bones, always hated plucking bones out of fish). Never thought of putting that on a pizza. TBH, never thought of putting anything except ham, bacon, yellow cheese, mushroms, olives (green), and sometimes breaking an egg over everything.
You can eat some fish, bones and all, because their bones are softer. Smelt and sardines are delicious whole. :D
Justin Franklin wrote:
Well, I was thinking more of something in the Pathfinder Battles garb...
Jim Groves wrote:
Dancing Hut and Baba Yaga mini, plz.
How much overlap in content will there be between the content in this vs. Ulimate Campaign? In other words, will any of the material be identical to what's found in UCamp, & if so, how much? Thanks
It's more of an expansion on the rules in Ultimate Campaign, especially for Story Feats, which get a randomized table of potential quests to fulfill your Story Feat. Additional traits, drawbacks, and a random race/ethnicity/nationality creator. More importantly, this book is setting-focused, meaning a lot of the material is specifically for use in the Inner Sea region of Golarion.
Removed a post.
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Please post civilly folks—this is a hot button topic and I think people need to take a big step back from the keyboard. Go outside. Go get some dice, some roleplaying games, read a book, but don't belittle and denigrate other posters. This is not the place for it.
Echoing what others have said:
If you want to write an adventure in Golarion: Use the Community Use Policy.
Marc Radle wrote:
So you were a...
F. Wesley Schneider wrote:
Ardad Lili is Lilith. You see the name in the vardat lilitu, or "maiden spirits" associated with her, and by extension "Lili"-th. She's also mightily inspired by Lilth NSFW LINK) from Wayne Barlow's awesomely grotesque art and novel God's Demon. If there's a true queen in Hell, it's Ardad Lili. But she's not really interested in ruling there. She has other plans.
Lem the Halfling wrote:
I'm saying he's a horse's... Uh. >.>
That does not bode well. It probably means you have to be wary of the warehouse raptors if they call you for an interview...
Unless the raptors have figured out how to transmit themselves over a phone line, you should be safe.
...But they are clever girls...
Vic Wertz wrote:
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Evil Midnight Lurker wrote:
What time does the shipping crew get off work? I'd like to know when I should stop haunting the download page and wait for tomorrow. :(
The shipping crew is actually staying late to process orders, so keep checking for at least a few more hours. :)
Pretty sure kittens are not an accepted form of currency for the warehouse crew. For the cave raptors though, kittens are definitely accepted in whatever denomination you have.
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
There's a supplementary character sheet in Mythic Adventures that provides a place to explain how you became a mythic character, track improvements to your character (such as the ability score bonuses for being mythic) as you gain mythic tiers, your mythic feats, the mythic spells you know, describing the mythic trials you've completed, and so on.
TRIAL BY STONE.