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RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 5,771 posts (6,079 including aliases). 2 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 4 aliases.


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Is Paizo about to ...

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Starglyte wrote:
Well, all my guesses were wrong. The next AP after Hell's Rebels is Hell's Vengeance. Evil PC AP.

Are they serious?

I thought that Skull & Shackles was their "bad guy" AP?

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Dragon78 wrote:
If they are doing a "sex in the city" AP then Sarah Jessica Parker would be more of a half-orc then a dwarf.

What are you implying?

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We are spelling it wrong.

it is Nex AP, not Next AP. ;)

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Jason Nelson wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Feros wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:
J-Bone wrote:
I hope this means we'll get some AP plug in adventures for Iron Gods. I've made great use of the ones for Kingmaker and soon will be doing so for Wrath.

We've got two in the queue in various stages of completion:

Starfall by Tom Phillips and Mike Welham - a high-level adventure featuring a decaying satellite and alien explorers whose researches have awakened a danger far greater than they knew. Available March 2015.

Scorpions of Perdition by Nic Logue - a low/mid-level adventure focused on strange happenings in a mining colony in the Land of Savage Science infiltrated by mysterious hunters from beyond! Available April 2015.

Nic Logue and mysterious hunters from beyond? Shut up and take my money! :)
Any updates on these?

Just chatted with Nick yesterday. He should be turning over maps next week and his manuscript probably in early May. Art for this book is done (and Nick was very enthusiastic about it - really captured his vision).

Talked with Tom and Mike as well, and their target for completion has moved toward around May 1st, so if all goes well we should have both available in time for PaizoCon.

Did these adventure plug ins just get swallowed by the Planet AP?

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Jason Nelson wrote:
Lorathorn wrote:
Interesting... I assume that this will effectively be its own setting? Or is it tied to a known setting?
The AP really begins in To Worlds Unknown, but we have also created The Assimilation Strain as a prequel adventure that can connect any campaign world into the Legendary Planet-verse.

"any campaign world into the Legendary Planet-verse," but what does this mean?

Legendary Games doesn't have their own settings ... or do they?

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Misroi wrote:
Skye can only have a pet if she promises to name it Lockheed.

No. Lockjaw

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Chris Mortika wrote:
I'm expecting Skye to have a puppy next season.

... or a kitten.

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Hama wrote:
I think that Cal himself requested it.

He requested that we stop using spoiler tags?

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MMCJawa wrote:
Greylurker wrote:
Damon Griffin wrote:

Some possibilities for Simmons:

(a) The thing in the box was designed as a weapon against Inhumans; she's not an Inhuman and will be fine once it realizes that and releases her. Unlikely; seems too anticlimactic.

(b) The thing in the box was designed as a weapon against Inhumans; she's revealed to have been an untriggered Inhuman and has now had that potential neutralized. will be fine once it realizes that and releases her. Again, unlikely; it just leaves us with the Simmons we thought we had all along.

(c) It was never designed as a weapon against Inhumans, that was just someone's paranoia. It's a probe of some kind, and is "learning" about us Earth-types by doing a comprehensive physical and mental scan of Simmons. Maybe, but that seems pointless unless the information gets acted on by the object's builders, and AoS isn't a good place to stage a full scale alien invasion.

(d) The thing in the box was designed as a weapon, but not selectively against Inhumans. It will infect/alter Simmons in some way. I really wouldn't care for this. If she's compelled to do something afterward, it's too much like what happened to Coulson. If she's physically altered or gains powers, too much like what happened to Skye/Raina. If it changes her mental state or personality, too much like what happened to Fitz.

Anything else?

e) the thing in the box is a weapon against the Inhumans and sensed the surface level hatred we've been seeing in Simons all season, realizing that makes her an excellent subject to transform into an Inhuman killing thing. Simmons spends the first half of Season 3 secretly hunting and killing Inhumans until discovered by the rest of the team who must then find a way to save her, despite her own insistance that she is doing "good"
her hatred towards super-powered folks has calmed a bit...she was very much pro-peace with the inhumans in the final few episodes. I do think otherwise your hypothesis is correct, , only she will be doing it via blackouts and not realize it, or the device will mess her up mentally or install another personality.

Also remember that Simmons can read the Index. :)

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Dammit. forgot this was tonight. Update faster hulu!

Ming-Na Wen

Red Bikini
SQUEEEEE!!!

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<-- quietly crawls under a rock to die.

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Caineach wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Actually, I a surprised that Freehold DM didn't point out the rather massive Chickification of Black Widow in this film.

And from a self-professed Feminist of all people.

Funny, I didn't interpret anything that happened to BW to be chickification. Apparently showing that characters have broad ranges of emotions is frown upon?

Not at all.

But the way she was "calling herself a monster" implies that she feels that she is one because she cannot have children. This has to do with the scene with Banner in the farmhouse. (Note: calling herself a "monster" because of the evil deeds she is trying to atone for would have been quite different.)

Also, the scenes would have been FAR less damaging in a larger Black Widow movie, but in an AVENGERS film (where screentime is limited) this tends to stand out more.

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Freehold DM wrote:

I am still writing my review, I was just busy because of painting the house this weekend.

I'm a feminist?

I was not making any comment about you. (Though I can see how what I was saying implies that.)

Joss Whedon is a self-proclaimed Feminist.

However ...

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Actually, I a surprised that Freehold DM didn't point out the rather massive Chickification of Black Widow in this film.

And from a self-professed Feminist of all people.

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"I like to think of my bruised shins as my god's way of reminding me to practice my low-level healing spells"

Priceless.

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Will "The Incredibles" become part of the MARVEL continuity?

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KarlBob wrote:
Are those Ming and Dale on the left and center?

Yes, from the Filmation animated series.

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KarlBob wrote:

There appears to be something along these lines on the horizon, though not from Paizo:

Paizocon 2015 Event Schedule wrote:
"To Worlds Unknown" This scenario is a special, cooperative gaming event sponsored by Legendary Games as an introduction to the upcoming Legendary Planet Adventure Path developed by Neil Spicer. Kickstarting in the summer of 2015, be the first to get a closed-door look at this sweeping tale of high adventure in a sword-and-planet multiverse.
It sounds more like "John Carter of Mars" than "The Foundation Trilogy" or "The Uplift Saga", but pulp science fiction can be a lot of fun.

True ...

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UnArcaneElection wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

{. . .}

I was thinking more along the lines of what areas have not been the setting for an AP yet.

In my order of preference
Qadira/Taldor (Reign of Winter leaves early enough that it does not count)
The Dragon Empires (Jade Regent doesn't delve deeply enough to count)
Nex/Alkenstar/Geb
Jalmeray
Hermea/The Seaming Sea/Azlant
Iobara
Razmiran
Druma/Five Kings Mountains
Molthune/Nirmathas
Nidal
The Sodden Lands
Realm of the Mammoth Lords/Land of the Linnorm Kings
The Isle of Kortos
Thuvia/Rahadoum
Galt

You left out Andoran! Also Kyonin (Second Darkness only has a segment there).

That should tell you something about my order of preference.

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Brother Fen wrote:
There are some interesting 3PP sci-fi/fantasy settings out there such as Between Chains and Starlight. The PDF is free from Onebookshelf.

Yes. Between Chains and Starlight is a wonderful setting. Now it just needs some more scenario support (or even an AP). :)

But, the market might not be there to support a Space Opera AP. :(

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phantom1592 wrote:
That seems unlikely. 1st you'd have to get meta-humans to agree on something... anything, and at their hearts they're still human. Sooooo unified isn't likely.

Actually, throwing them into underground prisons makes it very likely that the metahumans would agree on something.

Yes, their hearts are still human - and forming an Us against them mentality is a very human reaction. (This is why Humans fight so many wars.) Rounding up Metahumans and throwing them into prisons -as you suggested- would be the most likely (possibly the only) thing that would unify them.

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Aranna wrote:
The list is pretty minor when you think about just how restrictive most governments are about weapons in the hands of civilians. A super that can throw fire is functionally no different than a normal person equipped with a flame thrower... NO government would let some civilian wander around with a flame thrower. And Skye/Quake has the power of a mobile artillery cannon... I can see why people fear her. The list is a pretty tame response, most governments would lock people up who have powers they wouldn't bother with good or bad.

Unless, of course, S.H.I.E.L.D. might be concerned that doing so would cause a unified response from the meta-humans.

And that humans would lose - badly.

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memorax wrote:
I keep forgetting the univeres in the show and the comics are different. The whole mutant problem in comics has been done to death and IMO just unrealistic with a world filled of superhumans. The show and movies are still relatively empty if netahumans at least at this time. I hope that Skye mom personality change is not a attempt to make the character in a female version of Magneto. That character as well forgot that despite mutants being powerful they are outnumbered. So I agree with Sharoth that peace or at least a cold war style of peace is the only viable option. If Shield does not nuke them. Then it's Hydra, Kree or other world governments IMO. Magneto colony of zgenosha only lasted as long as it did because it was protected by writers grace in the comics.

Doubtful. Jiaying's personality did not change.

After being tortured by Whitehall, she fears all humans. When Commander Gonzoles/Agent Skye/Dr. Zabo talked about the Index, it hit on her fears of Inhumans being persecuted. Watch the actions and dialog of "the Real S.H.I.E.L.D.", and Agent May, and you will see just how valid her fear is.

So, her reaction to S.H.I.E.L.D. may be extreme, but I can see where she is coming from.

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Krensky wrote:
Skeld wrote:
phantom1592 wrote:
Skeld wrote:

On Ultron drones:

** spoiler omitted **

That said, it would be cool to see. :)

Just like last year, I fully expect this next episode to be happening at the SAME TIME as the current movie. They already hinted that they were making a push on HYDRA and SHIELD is still defunct as of last episode... I really don't see everything picking up right from where the movie left off without an explanation.

I suspect:

** spoiler omitted **
** spoiler omitted **

Of course, that leads to

Spoiler:
... where did Fury - without S.H.I.E.L.D. resources - hide the Helicarrier?
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Pity that none of these are sold via Paizo. :(

Also great Ken Kelly homage cover for Palace of the Lich Queen.

Spoiler:
... of course, even with the minimal costume, I wish the woman in the picture was given more "agency."

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David knott 242 wrote:

I don't see the issue. The Shadow Eidolon text makes no mention of base form, nor does it alter the eidolon in other than a trivial way, so why can't you just pick a subtype and base form as you would with any other unchained eidolon?

None of them felt like a good fit (i.e., no Kyton or Shadow), but I could use Devil (since that is what Kytons where in 3.5).

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Using the existing "Subtypes" available how would one replicate the the Shadow Caller (Fetchling racial archtype) summoner.

For the summoning abilities, leave it unchanged.
Spell changes, are not a problem.

The Eidolon is the problem. None of the available subtypes seem like a good fit.

Note: this is for an NPC villain.

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
5murf-Drone 63 wrote:


Why were Kobolds not included as a Player race in the Pathfinder Core Rulebook?
James Jacobs is responsible for all crimes against the kobold race. You will have to defer all such questions to him. ON ANOTHER THREAD.

I have heard that Kobolds are considered too powerful for PC use. Is that plausible to you?

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David Montgomery wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
David Montgomery wrote:

Personally, I think the restrictions make it much easier to actually do the stat-wise construction of a Summoner. After reading it over, I'm not as reticent to introduce newer players to the Unchained Summoner. That's a bit of relief.

I think the biggest challenge is negotiating flavor. I had a blob of GM credit sitting at 2nd level (not yet played at 2nd, sadly) that I was going to make a fiery dragon-riding LG halfling holy crusader. All good fluff-wise, but literally unable to make with Unchained Summoner rules. I think that it stand at odds with the flavor of the original class ("I made this with my imagination, and it likes me!") that someone Lawful Good cannot imagine a mount.

Given that the elementals are the odd one out in that they're the only ones not based on the Outer Planes, in my home games, I'm probably going to make them the exception to the alignment restrictions as well. And elementals can easily do dragons (I think magma dragons are literally from the elemental plane of fire). Won't help in PFS, admittedly. You'd have to go NG.
That may be what I'd have to do. I was hoping for an LG character (you personally know I have so many questionably good characters. :D )

Try an Agathion

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Divvox2 wrote:
Dafydd wrote:
Divvox2 wrote:
gnoams wrote:
cons- way less customization, particularly in your eidolon's appearance
Am I missing something? You can't play plant-types or (actual) insect types, that's true, but looking at all the different lores of deamons, angels, and other subtypes I'm having a hard time picturing a situation where you couldn't do just about anything outsider-themed. It IS an outsider after all, and always has been (there really aren't many outsider plants or insects).
Eidolon Model wrote:
An eidolon can look like almost anything its summoner desires. Eidolon models are pre-built examples of base forms and evolutions that provide an easy guide to building an eidolon with a specific appearance or theme.

Lets look at the models

Lots of Models!

So of the 22 models in Ultimate Magic, only 5 are based on...

In fairness, they do need to ad some more subtypes. :)

Divvox2 wrote:

Per unchained, that evolution is no longer legal as it wasn't included in Unchained. Also a little wacky to have a psychopomp masquerading as an undead.

-edit-

Oshi, wait, it is from a different source and it doesn't impact base type. Is it still legal?!

Actually, if the role-playing leap is too hard, try going with a Daemon as you base type.

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LazarX wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Oh Dear!

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ISN'T Part of the MCU -- Joss Whedon

Technically he's right. The characters for the most part, are Television creations. And I don't even think Coulson existed before the various Marvel movies.

True. Phil Coulson did not exist before the first Iron Man movie.

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Matthew Morris wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

Now that I think about it....

** spoiler omitted **

Hmm, that's worth pondering

** spoiler omitted **

I do not agree.

Spoiler:
Commander Gonzoles is still wrong. By keeping things "off the books" he kept that information out of HYDRA's hands - else Coulson would have nothing to rebuild with.

And the "Theta Protocol" may well originate after The Winter Soldier, coming from Coulson's mind rather then Fury's.

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Krensky wrote:
It's used as a symbol representing the mutation rate in a population.

This is likely the intended meaning.

For contract reasons, they cannot say "mutation" so they needed another way to describe the "enchanced."

So "Theta Protocol" is a plan to deal with the rapidly increasing numbers of the gifted.

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Lord Snow wrote:

Theta protocl is probably

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
Likely because of Bahrain. May fears the "enhanced" on a very deep level (including Skye). So, the idea of an army of these people (or even that they are no longer exremely rare) would be terrifying to her.
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Lord Snow wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
CapeCodRPGer wrote:
Do they explain how cap lives? Seeing this Friday and heard about this. Hope this bit is not as bad as it looks and takes me out of the movie.
I haven't seen it yet, but... if (MCU) Ultron is based on Tony Stark's personality/mental engrams, his ego would want an audience to witness his triumph, and more importantly, that he (Ultron) was right. I think it goes even deeper with Cap, as Tony seems to have unresolved anger/resentment that his dad might be more proud of creating Cap than creating Tony. I would expect Cap would be the second-to-last Ultron would kill, and Tony would be the last.
It's not an issue with a moment in the plot where Ultron chose not to kill Cap, it's an issue with Rogers taking a lethal blow square on in the chest and not even looking as if it hurt him. He shouldn't have survived it at all.

... Hence my comment above about Joss Whedon's "hissy fit".

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Aranna wrote:

Freehold DM... "Hate leads to suffering"

Let go of your hate for Whedon before it leads you to the dark side.

This has already happened.

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Lemmy wrote:
(e.g.: We know they would never kill Captain America, but it breaks immersion when he is barely inconvenienced by stuff that should kill him)

Proposition: Whedon put the infamous "Untron shooting Captain America" as a kind of temper tantrum because he was not allowed to kill any of the major characters.

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Oh Dear!

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. ISN'T Part of the MCU -- Joss Whedon

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The black raven wrote:
If a sentient Flesh Golem dies, can it come back as a hatred-filled undead, or even fiend ?

Possible, but I doubt it.

The story appears to be tying up subplots at this point. I doubt that she will be reappear.

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In a way, that was actually a little sad.

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Neil Spicer wrote:
I believe Jason has something in mind (and hence, production) for that. Should be coming up for release soon.

Question: Mr. Spicer, since you provided scaling information to go from the 20 build used to a 15 point build, do you have any thoughts on how to scale up to a 25 point build?

Or do you wish to leave that to the purchaser (or better, give the player(s) the opportunity to further customize the heroes)?

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Brox RedGloves wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Not the same without ant man. I don't see Tony making ultron, I just don't. He's not a philanthropist/scientist in the same mold.
In an interview, Whedon himself stated how he really wanted to use Pym for the Ultron origin, but Ant Man was already in development and he couldn't step on Wright's toes. Tony is smart enough—especially with J.A.R.V.I.S. established as Chekov's A.I. back in Iron Man (I)—has the resources, is an untrusting control freak, and was looking for a way to get out of the armor since IM3... he has great believable motivations for developing a robot peacekeeper(s) program. And he has an ego big enough to think he can pull it off successfully, despite a track record (starting with his dad) of inventions that turn out to dangerously malfunction and/or be misused.
Actually, with S.H.I.E.L.D. imploding, he would see a void (Global emergency response) that would need filled.
I could easily see Tony making an army of killbots without batting an eye, especially with whedon at the helm of the film.
Why not? He already had the House Party Protocol with J.A.R.V.I.S. driving the suits. The next step would be to make them autonomous.

Which leads to ... the plot of Avengers 2.

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BigDTBone wrote:
Scythia wrote:
wraithstrike wrote:
One thing I have noticed is that the new monk and rogue are being discussed more like what they are which would be "house rule suggestions", but people tend to be up in arms about this summoner/eidolon as if it is some type of official errata that has to be played. Why is that?
I suspect alot of people think that PFS is going to switch completely to the new version.
My inclination is they are right. They are awfully tight-lipped which, to me, indicates a nerf on the horizon.

Or ... it could mean an internal debate is still ongoing.

Don't try to read too much into what is going on.

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Feros wrote:
Jason Nelson wrote:
J-Bone wrote:
I hope this means we'll get some AP plug in adventures for Iron Gods. I've made great use of the ones for Kingmaker and soon will be doing so for Wrath.

We've got two in the queue in various stages of completion:

Starfall by Tom Phillips and Mike Welham - a high-level adventure featuring a decaying satellite and alien explorers whose researches have awakened a danger far greater than they knew. Available March 2015.

Scorpions of Perdition by Nic Logue - a low/mid-level adventure focused on strange happenings in a mining colony in the Land of Savage Science infiltrated by mysterious hunters from beyond! Available April 2015.

Nic Logue and mysterious hunters from beyond? Shut up and take my money! :)

Any updates on these?

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Nohwear wrote:
With the presence of Scarlet Witch, part of me wonders if the death will be permanent.

They could bring back Agent Coulson so that he can die again.

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Arachnofiend wrote:
Except the non-charisma based caster classes have more skill points and usually get UMD as a class skill (I say usually but I'm pretty sure all casters get UMD).

Wizards don't, but rarely care.

---- ---- ----

Has anyone had a chance to "field test" the new summoner yet?

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captain yesterday wrote:
All of them :-)

Not sure I completely agree there.

I was thinking more along the lines of what areas have not been the setting for an AP yet.

In my order of preference
Qadira/Taldor (Reign of Winter leaves early enough that it does not count)
The Dragon Empires (Jade Regent doesn't delve deeply enough to count)
Nex/Alkenstar/Geb
Jalmeray
Hermea/The Seaming Sea/Azlant
Iobara
Razmiran
Druma/Five Kings Mountains
Molthune/Nirmathas
Nidal
The Sodden Lands
Realm of the Mammoth Lords/Land of the Linnorm Kings
The Isle of Kortos
Thuvia/Rahadoum
Galt

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J-Bone wrote:
DANGIT! I keep wishing for Arcadia! Foiled again!

What areas of Golarion's Inner Sea are still underdeveloped?

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Calth wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Threeshades wrote:

The one question I have about the Unchained Eidolon is this:

Can i still make a four armed, two-tailed abomination with two tentacles growing from he left half of its face and a third one from its lower right armpit?

In other words, aside from the smaller evolution pool, has the cosmetic customizability of the eidolon suffered?

No, but they didn't include "Qliphothic" in the subtypes, so that might be a limitation on your concept.

Actually, that is doable: Have a daemon/demon/protean eidolon, take serpentine base form, send 4 points on arms, 1 point on the second tail, and 3 points on tentacles and you got it.

Ill be honest, I haven't seen a single build in this thread, even the huge dragon, that isn't doable with this new system. The huge dragon, take air elemental quadruped base form: 4 points large, 6 points huge, 1 point tail, 4 points breath weapon, 1 point mount. (Yes elementals get 16 pool points) And there, you have a huge flying mount with a breath weapon and a tail.

That's true. Protean would work well for this.

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