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The theurge receives bonus arcane spells for a high Intelligence
So, a 3rd-level theurge with a 12 Intelligence and a 12 Wisdom can prepare:
If that same 3rd-level theurge had an 18 Intelligence and an 18 Wisdom, he could prepare:
Does that help?
I just don't get the dislike for Abrams held by the small but very vocal minority. The new teaser looks fantastic and feels in every way like Star Wars. Abrams is a massive Star Wars fan and has poured huge amounts of love into this film, in addition to huge amounts of time, energy and talent.
I think once the film is released this December, everyone (except those few in the vocal minority of course) will be proclaiming their love and admiration for Abrams and the movie
Joe Hex wrote:
Paizo has said many times that they would never go to an all digital model. Print is still were the profit is, especially for the big companies. I know some folks like to say "print is dead", paper is going away", people don't want print anymore" etc. but the reality is this: although digital is absolutely more common now and a percentage of people certainly prefer digital over print (and that's cool), the majority of the public still wants quality print products (possibly with digital support of some kind).
Put simply, as much as a few people keep saying otherwise, print is still preferred by the majority of the public. Print is not going anywhere.
Infinity Plus One wrote:
Might I reccomend that you make that a live, clickable link so people don't have to copy and paste into thier browser ...
OK, as I mentioned in another thread, it turns out my game book shelf (well, actually three very large oak book shelves) is filled to capacity with books. This means I need to pair down a bit.
So, I have a lot of 4 awesome, mint condition books from Raging Swan for sale:
GM's Miscellany: Wilderness Dressing
If you're a Pathfinder GM, you want these books!
Check 'em Out! if you're interested :)
The print copies are awesome! I've always been partial to actual print over digital, and being able to page through these is a treat.
Nice paper stock, good quality printing and perfect binding, heavy cover stock. Absolutely well worth it!
In fact, my biggest regret is that it turns out a don't have enough room on my book shelves for these 3 books (they are really thick!)
Rushley son of Halum wrote:
Rushley, no one (including Paizo) is happy about the number and magnitude of errors in the ACG. We all get that, and Paizo is clearly working on fixing it. It may well be taking longer than many folks would like, but maybe you might consider dialing back the venom and vitriol a bit
Keep in mind that undead-creating necromancy spells cast by a white necromancer of 4th level or higher no longer have the evil descriptor.
Also, when a 4th level or higher white necromancer raises undead, they are not necessarily evil - mindless undead resulting from white necromancy are of neutral alignment while the alignment of intelligent undead raised by a white necromancer exactly matches the white necromancer’s alignment.
Wow, that's fantastic! I love pieces that allow the viewer to get lost in it for hours. Kind of like an awesome album cover (you younger kids will have to look that up :)
I'll echo what many others have said - thanks for doing this thread! It's facinating! For instance, I was very surprised to hear you don't employ any digital tools to your work. There is a richness and a crispness to your pieces that can sometimes be hard to achieve with traditional processes (unless you're really good at what you do, of course:)
I usually spell it 'Cryton' - there's no need for all those odd, extra letters in the middle ... they just confuse people! :)
Declaring the name of a class (or whatever) product identity and the mechanics open content does prevent anyone from referencing your class (or whatever) while making open everything else, but it can also lead to multiple, identical classes (or whatever) that are different in name only, which is kind of against the original spirit of the OGL ...
I think it's better to either declare the entire thing (class, item, etc) Product Identity (ie closed content) if appropriate OR make it entirely open, especially if you'd like others to refer back to your product whenever someone else uses what you created in their product.
Wayne Reynolds wrote:
Oh, that's brilliant!
Lots of good stuff there.
Spellcasting Underwater: Casting spells while submerged can be difficult for those who cannot breathe underwater. A creature that cannot breathe water must make a concentration check (DC 15 + spell level) to cast a spell underwater (this is in addition to the caster level check to successfully cast a fire spell underwater). Creatures that can breathe water are unaffected and can cast spells normally. Some spells might function differently underwater, subject to GM discretion.
Fire: Spells or spell-like effects with the fire descriptor are ineffective underwater unless the caster makes a caster level check (DC 20 + spell level). If the check succeeds, the spell creates a bubble of steam instead of its usual fiery effect, but otherwise the spell works as described. A supernatural fire effect is ineffective underwater unless its description states otherwise. The surface of a body of water blocks line of effect for any fire spell. If the caster has made the caster level check to make the fire spell usable underwater, the surface still blocks the spell's line of effect.
I did a fair amount or research on the subject when I was writing The Sunken Pyramid. I actually compiled all the relevant under-water combat and spell-casting rules in an appendix to that book to make the GM's life a little easier ...
Marc Radle wrote:
Heh ... actually, I just ordered print copies of GM'S MISCELLANY: Dungeon Dressing, GM'S MISCELLANY: urban Dressing and GM'S MISCELLANY: Wilderness Dressing!
What can I say, I like good quality stuff in print format :)
Freehold DM wrote:
[cue loud record needle scratch sound effect]
Wait ... woah, woah, woah!!! Did I parse through Freehold's clever sarcasm correctly? Was that a shot on Alton Brown!?!??!?!
I hope not because I LOVE Alton Brown!!!!