"A small number of heretics venerate her as well, not as a demigoddess of murder and lust but as one of outcasts, artists, and the glories of midnight. The fact that such heretical clerics are granted spells as surely as the rest of her worshipers has caused not a small amount of discontent among her faithful, which Nocticula seems to enjoy."
So what exactly does the "glories of midnight" mean? Has this ever been explained?
I was thinking something such as a succubus disguising herself as a wife or girlfriend. If she is trying to keep him away because she drains energy during passion, the guy is going to know something is off really quick.
In a way, that's the problem.
If passion such as regular kisses is a frequent habit among low level people that a disguised succubus is infiltrating has to keep putting it off because she can't shut off her energy drain power, she might be discovered...
At the very least, the person she's trying to infiltrate would discover that something is wrong, if she keeps making excuses. She couldn't do anything long term, unless she's using suggestion or domination spells to keep the person she's fooling at bay.
Does a disguised Succubus have a choice if she wanted to kiss someone WITHOUT using energy drain? For example is if she's disguised as a wife and is kissing her husband and doesn't want to reveal her true nature immediately -- does the husband start suffering as if Rogue from the X-Men movies is kissing him?
I like this too. The "good succubus" convinces a tyrant to be loved instead of hated or feared or offers insight/guidance on how to change.
Orfamay Quest wrote:
That's one purpose.
I would think the good succubus would promote romantic love instead of carnal lust. They might try to bring lonely people together, give confidence and inspiration to a would-be lover, try to reunite or reconcile couples who are fighting, make people realize that they are actually in love with each other, etc.
I think the opposite would happen with a "good succubus". Instead of draining your lifeforce and killing you, sleeping with a good succubus would buff a character, heal their wounds, remove their curses, etc. Like the Sacred Prostitute class from BOEF.
Nope, I'm talking about Dragonkin. Like General Malesinder in Reign of Winter. Those Large sized suckers. Converting them over to a PC.
Kelvar Silvermace wrote:
I wonder what changed? Popular demand?
LIZARDFOLK. Definitely need some more Lizardfolk minis. Melee warriors, ranged warriors and maybe a shaman to lead them.
I'd love some Catfolk too. We just got the Tigress Rogue, but I'd like to see Lions, Cheetahs, Tiger men, Panthers.
I wouldn't mind more Tieflings either.
A Purple Worm would be awesome!
I'd like to get the Vampire Sorceress from the first Beastiary.
Red Mantis Assassins
I'd love a Dire Lion and Dire Tiger.
A new Cyclops. One that looks more Greek, than the desert style Cyclops from before.
HP is a stupid abstraction and can't be helped.
Sure, but even GHOSTS are incorporeal and there are certain ways to deal with them. Shouldn't (aside from say Rock/Stone since you can hit them as they are solid) elementals be the same way?
Kinda hard to stab the water in a pool or the flames in an oven.
My party had to get around sundering off any heads because most characters didn't have Improved Sunder. So they decided to attack the main body instead, since that didn't regenerate.
Personally, I'm not a fan as this take the malice out of a hydra.
Would Gorum have his version of sacred prostitutes (male or female) to boost morale before a battle? I guess they would stoke egos by telling warriors how brave and strong they are or get them to kill as many of the enemy as possible, so that they could get more pleasure on a return trip?
Or is the thought of battle the only thing that boosts morale for Gorumites?
Hahaha! Reminds me of the Prequel Trilogy where Sidious was hiding among the Jedi for years. Always hated thatJedi couldn't detect a Sith, even with all of that hatred and anger bottled up inside of them.
James Jacobs wrote:
Are "true" giants (frost, hill, stone, fire, storm, ect.) and humans STILL compatible in Pathfinder? Or are Ogres their own race now? Are there such things as Frost Ogres (a union between a human and a frost giant produces a frost ogre?), etc.?