That is very, very much your opinion. Frankly, the alignment stuff on lycanthropes piss me off, especially considering the supposed link said alignments are supposed to have to their animal origins. In what world exactly are any creatures with a structured pack chaotic (referring to werewolves in particular, of course)? There is no reason whatsoever for the inherent evilness in most lycanthropes. Continuing with werewolves, wolves do not attack humans unless starving. Survival instinct and all that. They know better. So I'd love for options that tell those alignment restrictions to screw off, without the fluff trying to shove down my throat that it's 'how it's supposed to be'. And for the record, I am in no way a furry. And I still think it's BS.
A little late in here, but I have to say Endless Power is one of the few abilities I like. It FEELS mythic. Not just tacked on numbers, but a definite 'I am the stuff of legends' feel. I do think it may be pushing it a little bit. Perhaps making it so any spells cast without using a slot/prepared spell are at 1/2 caster level (or at a caster level = mythic tier)?
In other words, dotting.
Honesltly does not look like there are very many. And by that, I mean I only found one here. Evocative Vehicles from Rite Publishing. It's part of the #30 series, so theory is there's 30 of them. I own it, but haven't really looked at it. They are specific magic vehicles, but they may help..
Apparently it is a self-contained d6 based system.
You can purchase the PDF from their site for $15.00, along with one of their expansions. There are two other expansions that only appear to be detailed on DriveThruRPG. They appear to be available here on Paizo, but have no cover art or descriptions.
Cold Napalm wrote:
It should just be booting him/her, really. If you make it clear transparency is being used (and it absolutely should be), then there's nothing to complain about. Or pound them with a bunch of casters who blow through all their psionic defenses because the wanted them separate (it works both ways) and see how fast they shut up.
I'd like to see another product or two that expands upon The Dreamscarred Press psionics rules. Perhaps expanded aegis customizations or soulknife blade skills, or just some psionic powers.
I'm also for something along the lines of the 3.5 Warlock. (Or mash both of these ideas together, and make some sort of at-will psionic class, perhaps something with a focus on telekinesis.)
Justin Sluder wrote:
Technically speaking, while they did start that way, they aren't any more. Pathfinder is its own rule system, separate from (and not nearly as compatible with compared to how it started) 3.5. They are the first party for Pathfinder related material.
Jeremy Smith wrote:
Here's hoping its open to be used in a Third Dawn Maquoran Fleetnbased adventure!
Anyway, will definitiely be saving some pennies for this as best I can. Almost wish it was starting just a little bit later for tax return time, but I will be seeing what I can do.
RAW, that's actually fairly simple. Yes, a bard (or summoner) in mithral breastplate can cast without worries of ASF. It counts as light armor for movement and other limitations. However, said bard (or summoner) will take the armor check penalty on all applicable attack and skill rolls (anything Str or Dex based) because he is not actually proficient with it. Not saying that makes any sense, but that is how it works per RAW.
The "tank" class for Psionics is actually the Aegis from Psionics Expanded. While the psychic warrior is indeed capable of filling that role with the right powers. Bigger Club really put it quite well.
Combat Slide is more an interesting option to screw with movement of the enemy, but they can just ignore you after you make that step, so it's not hugely powerful. While the defensive option is far more powerful, it uses up your immediate action, which limits your options in that round and the next round.
And for those who haven't been following its dedicated thread, the KS just passed its $36k stretch goal and is headed toward the $40k stretch goal - to have a Medium-style psionic class supplement written and published next year! So, all you psionics fans out there, how badly do you want to speak with the dead?
(An additional note - Jeremy just posted a backer-only update today previewing the Forgeborn race that is one of the things this Kickstarter has added to the collection of things going into Ultimate Psionics, so you all may want to check that out.)
Not all models of the Sonic Screwdriver have the medical scanning capability. It's really a telekinetic set of thieves' tools. Just so happens that Disable Device covers a lot of what it can do. Some enhancement of mundane items, yes, but Pathfinder doesn't have the same power level of mundane items as the modern or future worlds the Doctor usually seems to be in. And the damned thing still doesn't work on wood! It might have some sort of Hold Portal, but I really think he just locks doors from range. He does generally try to find the doors that would be hardest to get to. And it can't break deadlocks (which I'm guessing would be certain types of magical locks or something in Pathfinder).
Well, folks, just over one week left and less than $1k from the section for GMs on converting flavor. Also only 26 more backers to 300, which would just be cool to see. Also still a total of 9 different slots for custom illustrations - 4 for the GM screen and 5 just for inside te book. Let's see if we can't keep pushing and get that $40k stretch goal, because I know there are plenty of fans who have wanted a Medium-style Psionics character for quite a long time (hell, I believe I remember discussion of such a thing in 3.5).
Ever seen a police dog in action (our modern equivalent of combat trained)? Yeah, those things can flank. In combat tactics are not the same as out of combat strategies. Flanking and defending oneself by avoiding enemy attacks aren't done out of intelligence. Flanking is basic combat instinct for any pack animal, and staying out of the way is just basic survival instinct. Int only goes so far in an actual combat. You have to trust your observations and your gut. There's a reason animals generally have decent Wisdom. True melee combat is fast and brutal, with little to no time for most people to really think. Reflexes are instinctive. It's why you train how you fight. Your body does what it knows in a fight, and that is not always quite what you think you're telling it to. You don't need a high Int to understand having someone on both sides of the enemy is good.
The Psionic Bestiary is the same as the current subscription. It has not been officially confirmed yet, but Jeremy stated in one of the comments on the kickstarter that they were looking at giving a credit of $5, $10, or $15 to go towards add-ons for people who have already ordered the Psionic Items of Legend, the Psionic Bestiary, or both.
Right. Brain froze for a minute I guess. Andreas has stated that he has ideas for everything but the witch, but that doesn't mean any guarantees.
Nah. That's just how you lost it. ;-)
(Too easy there....Just couldn't ignore the opening.)