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David knott 242 wrote:
Sadly both aren't legal for PFS (and yes are great)
Well not as complex mechanically as the Drit-zhu...
Mayim has on her inventory at third level...
She likely should have a raven familiar on there too from <redacted> where she used unnatural lust to get it to close with her and she grappled it and carried it off.*
It might have been metagaming on my part (OTOH, she is a bard...) but the witch player in the party forgot about the 'gaining spells from a familiar' bit and I was helping him.
Since the scenario did state we had to flee immediately after the resolution, I spent 10 GP to have a nice cooked Cornish hen sent to the witch with a note "Thank you for the spells."
Just curious if anyone else has done this.
I'm looking at the Vigilante, and kind of doing it backwards. My character's vigilante identity is his 'real' identity, he was a Pathfinder in training who lost friends in Siege of Serpents. As such he's sworn personal revenge on the Aspis, and cultivated a 'civilian' identity for those times he needs to be subtle. Basically Warlock by day, businessman by night.
anyone else done similar with the meta-plot? New PC was all gung-ho for the Shadow Lodge, then it went sideways, Follower of Lysalla who joined after season 4, etc etc.
If they really want to get some of the SG-1 feel into it then there should be a hidden scene during the credits where the SG-1 team is sitting around talking about this new Team Wormhole Xtreme movie and how good it makes them look.
I've read the people who bought the rights (who did the movie) hate SG-1, Atlantis, etc as it didn't fit their original vision, so I expect no good references to those franchises.
I may have told this one...
Shades of Ice II. Playing my bard, Miroslav Elvanna. We go in and are trying to get into Whitethrone. GM asks how we're going to sneak in.
"Who's sneaking? I'm walking right up to the gate?"
Guard: State your business!
Rest of the party muttering various evil words in my direction.
Belle Sorciere wrote:
I remember Professor hulk against Cain in T-shirt and jeans. He didn't recognize Cain and tried to start by 'going easy' on him. Got his butt handed to him. I don't remember if he was ever shown in civies in his appearance in Thunderstrike. But he wore his costume specifically to avoid violence and try to just scare people. (and paid for the firetruck he destroyed too!)
I feel your pain Captain Yesterday,
I've not seen supergirl since I don't bother with CBStreaming and we juggle both Hulu and Netflix (And my Amazon)
A to Agent Carter
I do hope to see some visibility both in further movies (via flashback) and in the series (AoS Obviously, but some flashback stuff in the netfli series would work.)
Oh don't get me started about Steel.
Steel *should* be an A lister. I mean you have a guy who did the whole Tony Stark thing, Inventor, self made hero, etc, along with the best of Rhodey (physically fit, athlete, capable hand to hand combatant.) This guy should be put out front and center as a 'new hero' and he's relegated to second place. He's also a family man, community oriented etc...
but he sits in limbo.
So here's Dc's Tony Stark, and they don't use him.
Bards benefit from Skill retraining.
Both Miroslav and Mayim have one rank in acrobatics (and Int 12) once they get their second versatile performance, both will retrain that skill point somewhere else, as both are taking versatile performance (dance)
Also my exchange *coughsczarnicough* investigator will likely be taking a retrain at 5th level once he gets a headband. These points will likely go to knowledge skills, while the headband replaces profession (merchant) or whatever skills best help exchange in season 8.
Once Ksenia hit 8th level, I retrained the 7th level of witch (winter witch) into Winter Witch Prestige class, as two level of Winter Witch would allow me to keep the improved familiar I needed CL 7 for.
Actually under Slott, Spiderman is kind of a bad example. Superior Spiderman did cause lasting changes in that Otto left Parker a PHD and a Company, he's not a photographer, or a college student anymore.
The only reset so far is the copy of Otto floating around doesn't know that Otto!prime gave up his life to save the woman he loves.
I would think there'd be a tool in place for John to do this directly rather than having to wait on Chris (i.e. the middle man) to be able to get to it.
Hear that Chris? You're a tool, man a TOOL! (kidding)
Seriously claudekennilol, I, and I'm guessing you, have no idea how the pages are updated, what programs they use, etc. I doubt John knows deeply as well. If John loaded the page and file, and made a mistake, then Chris would lose more time fixing it.
To look at it through the lens of my job. We handle intake of claims and can answer general questions. Now with my medical background, I can read the medical stuff that comes in, but I'm not trained/allowed to make that determination. why? Because I don't know all the intricacies of the systems we use. Yeah, I could get it right, but the risk is not worth it. So I'll make my intakes and let the examiners handle the claim, and John can write up the update and Chris can load it. :-)
Hmm, Capital Warships...
-The Galactica from the 2004 series Functional, logical (CIC is deep in the ship, shrugged off a nuke)
actually that's the opposite. The Nomad storyline as well as the 'Captain/John Walker' storyline both showed that Steve Rogers and the ideal he represnts, not the name, is what Captain America is.
This is more akin to finding out that Daredevil is/was/will be a serial killer, or that Superman has always been plotting to crack the world in half and kill humanity.
put me in team "No on credit"
Yeah, I buy most of the scenarios, and run the ones I really like for credit over and over (Nightmarch, Confirmation, I just ran Rebel's Ransom again because how can you not like that scenario if you've been divorced?) I'm running 10 (or more!) tables at Origins not for credit, but for fun (though I might take slow credit on a few)
Would a checkbox be nice? Sure. but no recredit. As a GM I already get the 'perk' of being able to tailor the scenario to the PC I put it on right out of the box. "Oh, this one gives you a boon that lets you speak elf? Well, guess I won't put it on my half elf PCs then..."
As is, I've offered to run <redacted> Saturday since I played <redacted> past weekend, and will run <redacted> at Origins and want them all on the same PC.
*nods* I've ran the Disappeared with a 10 year old, modifying content. "This is Zarta's bedroom, it is full of things we won't talk about, and a bed." And ran Black Waters with kids and when the parents got horrified looks from other adults, the explaination of "Matt's running it." was all that was needed.
Yeah, they could do Grodd as the big bad, and might actually work out in a great way. The need to keep the budget down might necessitate showing him as little as possible. So then they can maybe have more filler episodes with other villains or mind controlled minions. It might even be cool to have a couple of two or three part story arcs with Barry facing down lieutenants or even just slightly more minor big villains.
Could even do Barry vs mind controlled Cisco...
"Rules as Pathfinder Design Team Intended."
So now post Errata snapleaf is "Standard action (default setting for item activation) unless falling, then you can use an immediate."
There's no longer anyway to use it as an immediate/swift, unless you're falling.
Honestly I don't know if that was the original designer's intent. I'd be curious in his thoughts.
And I goofed on the cost. IDHTUEBIFOM.
I'm pretty sure that RAPDTI is 'standard normally, immediate if you're falling.'
I know I used it (grudgingly*) once to stay alive by 'full attack then on his turn use immediate to turn invisible' so I'd assume the PDT's intent was to not have it work as '250 go invisible as a swift item' thing.
I do try to avoid the RPG superstar items, because I'm petty.
Kind of amusing scenario story.
Party fighting a witch. My bard uses unnatural lust on the familiar. Familiar comes over, bard grapples familiar. Fighter has knocked the witch out and we leave her alive.
Other players look at me like I'm insane. I pin and tie up the familiar and toss him to the witch in the party. "Here, you can intimidate and download the familiar."
Insert happy witch player who forgot he could do that.
Then in true Pathfinder tradition... Since we had to take the raven quickly out of town for time purposes, my bard sent a courier to the witch the next day with a cooked Cornish hen and a note "So long and thank you for the spells."
This might be out there, but what I'd like to see.
A Dou Bral redeemed.
Maybe even with Shelyn gone from the 'recognized' pantheons. With the dominion of the black out there, I'd love to see a 'good guy' win in the backstory, even if it was unclear if Shelyn redeemed him and then left with Golarion, or if died trying.
Realized something with the Jingasa of the soldier who has everything useful, so he bought this.
A crit negation consumable is worth 2000 GP per the PTD.
+1 Deflection (slotted) 2000 GP.
Jingasa = 5000
So there's 3K. For the item's second power, it's 1.5 cost per the item creation rules.
So this means that the formula is either +1 deflection (2000) + Crit negation (2000 * 1.5) or Crit negation (2000) + +1 deflection (2000 * 1.5)
I think that Barry's actions are emotional, and in line with one attribute played up by John's run on the comics...
He hopes his actions will result in the best outcome. Whether it be to surrender his speed to Zoom, hoping his friends would be able to get it back, or hoping that he can clear his dad, Barry's always run on hope, and inspires hope in others.
Does he make the best decisions? Not always. But he inspires others to be better.
This I agree with. Wholeheartedly. (Makes mental note to print out AR and CC right before Origins)
James Risner wrote:
This kind of thought leads to making an organized play system unable to function for new players. As 'best case scenarios' will kill non 'best case characters'