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DM Stalwart wrote:
@Mark: I'm not sure if (when) I'll pick up Occult Adventures. I won't say no, but I'm not crazy about learning a whole bunch of new classes, either. That may be discouraging, or a challenge to come up with something good enough that will get me interested in trying them out.
Wondering_Monster - asked and answered above.
Dotting for consideration. I had pitched a Halfling Mouser for the initial recruitment though I would change that up for this re-recruitment taking the current character roster into account.
The initial recruitment was anything Paizo published, and I should get my greedy mitts on Occult Adventures when it releases as a PDF on Wednesday - is that fair game for concept fodder?
Banesfinger - direct to my email (same one as registered on KS) by Michael Clarke himself (as in not through KS as an intermediary, nor via Gary).
My guess was that Gary parsed out the email addresses of the appropriate persons and Michael wrote a direct email to them. Would you like me to PM you the full text and contact email?
Voodoo - he's referring to the kineticist, specifically the earth focused one that will be included in the upcoming Occult Adventures (coming out next month).
For the moment, the only street para-legal version is from the open playtest document - found here.
Or in grognardian terms - he wants to play a dude that can shoot rock around with his mind ;)
Work in Progress:
Str 8, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 13, Wis 14, Cha 14
Male Halfling Hunter 3
Skills: (6 + Int)
Animal Focus (Su)
Spells Known: (Wis based spontaneous)
Gear: 3,000 gp
Dire Collar: 1/day on command, creature that fastened the dire collar (and within 30ft) can cause animal to gain benefits of enlarge person for 1 minute. 1000gp
Animal Companion: Bear
Crunch is taking shape - will be building him up as a Varisi halfling from Ustalav who was part of a gypsy troupe before being forced to go it alone due to insert event here and has turned to a combination of the land and working as a Usari to make his way in the world. When in the wild it's all business, while in a city his bear can be muzzled and pose/work as a dancing bear.
Thrymr's demise was less sad and more 'fitting' I thought. Got into a poor situation and wasn't able to get away from it.... slight Ulfen bloodlust didn't help either ;)
Fury Road is indeed a magnificent film, looking forward to when it finally comes out on DVD so I can watch and re-watch and pick up on more of the buzzard details and whatnot. Hopefully Miller kicks on and makes another film in the milieu.
An alternative that I could offer is a rework on a character concept I bounced around in my head a while but didn't commit to paper... and is a bit more fitting the Ustalav landscape.
Broad strokes is a Varisi traveller with a bear companion. Maintains the survival skills, but pairs them with a bit more of a social orientation as well.
I'll commit a bit more detail to the concept before I throw it up for public ridicule ;)
There's one big shining and flashing reason to ignore the so called 'Captain Capitalism'... which is thus:
Clickbait Merchant Himself wrote:
Hopefully, (unless the movie proves otherwise) we can save a lot of people a lot of money and a lot of time, and again, I am more than happy to watch the movie if it proves NOT to have a lecture on feminism or SJWing, etc. in it.
Otherwise known as the 'I'm so damn outraged by this thing that I've not even bothered to watch myself before getting outraged about.'
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:
Had so much fun watching it the first time I've already watched it twice. The Boom Truck with the flaming guitar guy really stole the movie.
The mighty Doof Wagon that is ;)
A nice article with stills of some of the choicer cars in the movie - my favorite is the Buzzard Excavator.
True, but I'm not that fussed as I have rolled with PFS groups seven deep before. If that's not your bag though and you are more inclined to sit out and see then thats ok too.
After a bit of thought on it... I'll pull back to leave you with an even six. I'll tag along a watching, but leave it to the A team for the ROFLstomping.
Awesome :) - Ansha's Rogue should pair pretty well with Vhailor as one of the lynchpins of his combat effectiveness is going to be Threatening Illusions (from Gnomes of Golarion), which basically uses illusions to provide flank partners.
Also, as I was researching into cats to fine tune Vhailor's familiar choice I was pleasantly surprised. The khao manee is a thing - and is a spitting image for the otherwordliness that I was actually looking for! I'm always chuffed when the natural world trumps imagination.
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (1, 4) + 6 = 11
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (5, 4) + 6 = 15
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (5, 3) + 6 = 14
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (4, 5) + 6 = 15
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (3, 4) + 6 = 13
2d6 + 6 ⇒ (4, 1) + 6 = 11
Array: 15, 15, 14, 13, 11, 11
*Waves an enthusiastic hello*
I'm reasonably sure I'll know at least a few of whoever else has been invited to join Joana's new adventure here, and am looking forward to facing up to the orc and giant threat.
I'll be playing a Gnomish Illusionist... or more specifically a Wizard (Illusion specialist with Shadow subschool) with Familiar Adept archetype; and cat familiar with Sage familiar archetype.
I'll take a good look at the NPCs and figure out how to slot Vhailor in, though he'll be a relative newcomer to Truneau (having arrived as an apprentice to a master that is now gone).