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Pathfinder Society Member. 6,286 posts (6,342 including aliases). 9 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 2 aliases.


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Nice! :) I know a number of folks have asked for this :)

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necromental wrote:
Nothing in the spam folder. It should come as DriveThroughRPG emails, right?

I know a few folks had snafus receiving the PDFS. Once alerted, Wolfgang was able to resend or otherwise fix the issue. I'd suggest sending a quick message via the Kickstarter page.

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Keep an eye out for the next Advanced Races installment from Kobold Press, due out in a few weeks - I think folks in this thread will be pleased! ;)

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How soon do you need this? If you can wait for a few months, then BOY do I have the products for you! :)

Southlands

* Southlands Core Hardcover in Full Color
* Southlands Bestiary in Full Color
* Arabian Nights adventure anthology
* Heck, you can even get a limited edition set of Southlands dice!

What more could you ask for? :)

Best of all, it's from Kobold Press and Wolfgang Baur (fans of Al Qadim should certainly know that name!)

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Wolfgang can give much better details regarding the schedule, but if I remember correctly, I *think* the Southlands Bestiary should come out more or less at the same time as the Southlands Core book.

Speaking of the Southlands Bestiary, I have most of the final art in for this and holy #%&#!!!! is it awesome!!!! :)

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Cerebrawl wrote:

First of all, why isn't this race up on d20pfsrd? Not OGL?

Second off, how well balanced and how versatile is this race? I was looking for a neutral aligned Aasimar/Tiefling alternative, preferably something as versatile as the Aasimar(alternate attribute boosts and race features).

And of course, is the fluff any good?

Asking because I cannot find any information about this at all online, though I admit I haven't looked for a torrent of the pdf.

You could, you know, actually buy a copy of the product.

Just a thought ...

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Timdog wrote:
Marc Radle wrote:

You might take a look at the Theurge base class in the New Paths Compendium from Kobold Press.

I'm on my phone or I'd like directly to it, sorry :(

My DM's pretty resistent to anything not on the pazio site....

Fair enough!You could always let your DM take a look at the reviews (right here on the Paizo site :) and decide for himself:

New Paths Compendium

The Theurge class has received a lot a very positive feedback and is very fun to play!

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You might take a look at the Theurge base class in the New Paths Compendium from Kobold Press.

I'm on my phone or I'd like directly to it, sorry :(

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What is a moms?

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So, there's still no official ETA on when the Big Errata Dump will happen right? I didn't miss an announcement did I?

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Agreed! I would absolutely recommend Kobold Quarterly magazine!

Although no longer being published, there are more than 20 excellent issue you can still pick up right here on Paizo.com:

Kobold Quarterly magazine

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I agree very much with what Guass and others have said. HeroLabs is a tool, but a great many people rely on it as a crutch and have less rules knowledge and understanding as a result.

Oh, in answer to the earlier question, I create my characters with a pencil on a Paizo character sheet. I'm certainly not perfect, but I'm willing to bet there are few if any mistakes on my character sheets :)

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"Devil's Advocate" wrote:
I'm pretty sure that they said the ACG sold out rather quickly, and it's likely that the enormous amount of corrections are what's holding it up.

No, I think what was said was the supply of Advanced Class Guides at GenCon sold out quickly, not the entire print run. To the best of my knowledge, Paizo has not sold out yet ....

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Still no FAQ or Errata, huh?

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Hey there and welcome!

FYI, you're better posting this kind of question in the Third Party forum :)

Click HERE for all the Midgard material you could want!

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Hey there and welcome!

FYI, you're better posting this kind of question in the Third Party forum :)

Click HERE for all the Midgard material you could want!

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"No longer queer"????

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Cap. Darling wrote:
Marc Radle wrote:
KaeYoss wrote:
Charender wrote:
The open gaming content SRD is
... not official. So if you say "The SRD", people will assume the real deal.

No offence, but I'm afraid that was my reaction as well ...

Only the not so official use the word SRD. And is also more extensive than the official one. So most folks around here use that.

Not sure you can say with any authority that "most folks around here use" the unofficial SRD. In fact, most people I know only use the official PRD. In my experience, the SRD also tends to post a lot of questionable things, such as fan content, suggested rulings, etc without making it very clear that it is such.

I'd actually be curious to see what the break down is of people who use the PRD, people who use the SRD, and then, for people who use both, what the percentages are.

I for example, use the PRD probably 99% time and only check the SRD once in an extreme while if at all ...

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Yep, Jiggy's right - that's how the spell works. I've honestly never seen anyone ever have any confusion or other interpretation.

To the original poster: the spell is actually pretty clear, I think you are just over thinking it or something

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Anyone have any idea how close this first printing is to selling out? I'd really like to pick this book up, but I'd like to wait for the 2nd printing ...

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Could not agree more!!!

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Very rewarding to see Deep Magic from Kobold Press receive so many mentions!

Pretty awesome that the New Paths Compendium (also Kobold Press) has received some nods!

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Blackerose wrote:
I am always tinkering with Ranger/Rogue mixes..so Mouser it is for me

Ranger+rogue=Spell-less Ranger from Kobold Press for the win :)

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Time for some reviews!!! :)

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I'd take a look Advanced Races: Gnolls from Kobold Press!

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Have you checked out the Scaling Combat Feats in the New Paths Compendium from Kobold Press?

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Woo hoo!

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I was just going to pop in and say the same thing!!!!

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Deep Magic won the Escapist's award for Best RPG Supplement of 2014 - both the Pathfinder and 13th Age versions!

Best RPG Supplement of 2014!!!!

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... no empire! :)

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Thank you!

Honestly though, I'm just contributing one archetype to a big book (well, multiple books actually) that's gong to be absolutely chock FULL of awesomeness!

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Spinal Tap!!!!

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I don't think a single movie would have done it justice but I certainly agree that 3 was too many.

In my opinion, doing the Hobbit as 2 movies would have been by far the best. Enough space to fit everything you needed in but no extra space needing long bits of padding and other nonsense.

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Calling all White Necromancer fans :)

I had the pleasure of being asked to write a new white necromancer archetype for Southlands which I think turned out pretty darn cool! :)

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Perhaps not unsurprisingly, we tend to see lots of Kobold Press classes and other material in our games :)

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Conan is best represented as a barbarian / rogue in my opinion

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Your point has actually been suggested before. The official ruling is that an animal with a 3 Intelligence is still an animal (albeit a smart one) and therefore you still need to use Handle Animal. The higher than average Intelligence score does allow the animal to learn addition tricks and any feat it wants (as long as it can physically use it of course)

Have an animal companion with a high intelligence to still worthwhile, in other words, but it does not negate the need for Handle Animal

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Nice opportunity here folks!

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I was WAAAAAY into Battle of the Planets and Star Blazers as a kid ...

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If third part material is allowed, you might check out the New Paths Compendium from Kobold Press.

There are a number of feats in the NPC specifically for beefing up animal companions!

If you fancy playing a ranger, there is also a ranger archetype called the companion-bound ranger which is all about having a much improved animal companion as well as working/fighting much better with your animal companion.

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I actually just concluded the playtest last evening of an adventure which features a rather cool and rather powerful shadow fey queen ...

I found the material in Advanced Races: Shadow Fey to be verrrrrry useful indeed :)

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I'd really like this NPC to be a human, so longer-lived races like half-elf are out unfortunately.

I'm looking for him to actually live longer than a typical human, not just look younger than he actually is.

Like I mentioned, I was sure there was a spell somewhere that does this, but I can't seem to find it ...

Is there a magic item maybe?

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I need a cool way for a human NPC to live a long time (longer than a typical human, that is). The NPC will be some sort or wizard or sorcerer, so a spell is a perfectly exceptable solution (in fact, I think there *is* a spell that does this, but I can't seem to find it ...)

Other ideas might be a sorcerer bloodline arcana or power, an archetype power etc.

Thanks!!!

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Cyrad wrote:
I'll check those spells out, Marc Radle and Trigger Loaded.

Sounds good! I actually wasn't talking about a spell though. The White Necromancer is a class in the New Paths Compendium (link added this time! :)

Based on what you were describing in the opening post, the White Necromancer class might be of interested to you and you player!

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Might also take a look at the White Necromancer class in the New Paths Compendium from Kobold Press.

Sorry, normally I'd add the link but it's kind of a pain to do on my phone ...

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I agree with most of the folks here. This is a 'solution' in search of a problem. If an individual GM sees this as a problem in his games and wants to try it ... Well, have at it, but it's certainly not some sort of panacea.

Plus, this assumes everyone uses point buy for stats which clearly is far from true.

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Dusk_Shine wrote:
@Marc Radle: Yeah, I have to be fair: The main reason KP stands out to me is because I *like* KP, the fluff at least. I don't notice many flaws from other publishers because I don't read them as much. But the thing from KP I'm most familiar with is the Savant class, which... has problems.

Fair enough! The savant is kind of a unique case though - it's a very complex class specifically for players and GMs ready, willing and able to adjudicate things when necessary. The savant shouldn't be used as a base line to judge all Kobold Press classes or material by a long shot! :)

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I actually answered this in the New Paths Compendium forum, but here's what I said:

The Eldrich Knight says +1 level to existing *arcane* spellcasting class, so I'd say a theurge/eldrich knight would only have his effective arcane caster increase, while his effective divine caster level would remain equal to his theurge level.

If a theurge would take a prestige class such as Loremaster, which gains new spells per day as if he had also gained a level in a spellcasting class he belonged to before adding the prestige class, he would follow the rule detailed in the prestige class which say: a character having more than one spellcasting class before becoming a loremaster must decide to which class he adds the new level for purposes of determining spells per day.

Does that help?

@Dusk_Shine: I'm going to have to respectfully, but strongly disagree with you. In my humble opinion, Kobold Press consistently puts out top quality material. Certainly, no company is perfect, not even Paizo, but to make a comment like "Kobold Press stuff is also often horribly broken or at the very least needs tons of clarification and more than average Game Master administration." seems rather harsh.

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Interesting question!

The Eldrich Knight says +1 level to existing *arcane* spellcasting class, so I'd say a theurge/eldrich knight would only have his effective arcane caster increase, while his effective divine caster level would remain equal to his theurge level.

If a theurge would take a prestige class such as Loremaster, which gains new spells per day as if he had also gained a level in a spellcasting class he belonged to before adding the prestige class, he would follow the rule detailed in the prestige class which say: a character having more than one spellcasting class before becoming a loremaster must decide to which class he adds the new level for purposes of determining spells per day.

Does that help?

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