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David knott 242 wrote:
Hobgoblin being rated as "Advanced" was a surprise. They are not that powerful.
Counterwise: Goblins are rated as "Standard" despite having the better skill bonuses and an amazing dexterity score.
People are forgetting that the High Priest of the Dark One is also in play.
Where is Xykon, b.t.w.?
Do they describe the cultures of the humans outside their home regions? For example, how Taldans outside Taldor differ from their cousins, Chelaxians outside of Cheliax , Varisians in Ustalav(who are very much more settled than the Varisians in Varisia), etc?
They touch upon it, but not in great detail.
There is also no guidance for humans of two (or more) ethnicities - such as the child of a Garundi father and Cheliaxian mother.
So what I'm wondering is if the Spellspinter Maneuver can wreck already cast spells like Spell Sunder does in pathfinder. Because Durkula just dropped the staff, and if Roy can dispel the protective penumbra, then Durkula might go poof. There is a lot of sunlight coming in through the windows.
That may be what is about to happen.Then Hel will be in a pickle.
The Raven Black wrote:
It's still early in the combat. And remember, that Durkon is still maintaining the summon proxy spell.
How far have you gotten with this?
(late to the party)
Apis Consortium = use an Argosian merchant consortium
(* - a proxy for their struggle for control of the Black Ring cabal)
Michael Thompson wrote:
So can the OP appeal the GM's ruling? (If so, to who?)
Awesome! And I'm correct to assume that a majority of the adventure takes place in the city, so there'd be some consistency for a Medium when they go to do their seance?
Yes. Only one adventure leaves the city, Mother of Flies, but even then it doesn't go beyond the "Greater Westcrown" environs.
I realize that Belkar bought the protection from evil item, but hopefully he also got a couple of things off-screen we didn't see, like a ring of feather fall or maybe a potion of fly.
Remember the Oracle's prediction.
Since Packing Heat replaces the Bomb ability, I might suggest allowing the Engineer to gain a "Grit" deed when a normal Alchemist's bomb damage would increase, rather then making the Engineer to spend precious Discoveries on these.
To remove Pathfinder Module: Realm of the Fellnight Queen (PFRPG) from Order #3605450? The order is pending, but not yet shipped.
The reason is that I have also received the module as a gift, and this would be a duplicate.
Actually, that is mildly unfair to the Paizo moderators.
I realize that I am part of a minority opinion (more so then in the past), but the Mods have never squashed me from saying what I feel (... the Paizo community however ...).
From Inner Sea Gods, p. 136."Priests view casual cruelty or thoughtlessness as genuinely harmful, and if they accidentally engage in one of these behaviors themselves, they seek out the wronged person and attempt to obtain his forgiveness. They understand that goodness takes practice, and regular daily acts of kindness and virtue aid one in building the moral strength to do what is right when one’s goodness is challenged in more serious ways."
So, "in character", talk to the person who died. Discuss with them how you feel you failed them, and ask them what you need to do in atonement. As long as their requirement is not evil or immoral, you need to then do it.
... Not to mention a small army of hairdressers, make-artists, and lighting technicians.
Vod Canockers wrote:
Closer to the point. Which was: "The media didn't waste any time treating her like a woman." - John Steward.
Andrew Christian wrote:
Even money that the players will petition and will successfully have your ruling overturned.
What makes you think that this was "tongue in cheek," I am entirely serious.
Is there a reason why the "Fiery" template under Versatile Summon Monster feat (page 19 of the Monster Summoner's Handbook) does not provide Fire Resistance?
The Aerial, Aqueous, and Chthonic do provide the expected resistances (electricity, cold, and acid respectively).
baron arem heshvaun wrote:
I get the impression that the Movie Loki is a much better fighter then his comic book counterpart.