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I'm sorry, I don't know if you're agreeing with me, disagreeing with me or just adding something else. Not native speaker here.
So?, you don't need to be of Japanese culture to create an Anime-style cartoon. Or to be a black guy from brooklyn/harlem to create hip hop.
Would you insist that only black people from brooklyn or harlem can create hip hop?. Because an statement like that is of the same style as saying that only japanese people can create anime.
True, but do we know what the <X> is? If I dislike Hip hop the only possible explanation is that I'm prejudiced against black people?. Sure there will be people that hate hip hop just because they associate it with black people, but that stance don't cover all the bases.
I just would not call racist somebody for refusing to see a new anime based on their previous dislikement of other animes. And do note that we all do that kind of thinking in our lives.
I will refuse to see any Adam sandler movie based on my dislikement of his other movies, and I doubt that that would make me an antisemitic.
We all make false inferences in our lives and plenty of our choices are based on irrational judgements, It's standard human behaviour. Jumping from that to racism is probably too much.
Individual people and not cultures create the art. It's true that people are influenced by the cultures and themes in his surrounding.
But Anime have been in the TVs around the world from a long time now. People that grew up seeing plenty of Anime can take anime as their main inspiration for their own art.
Though, defining Anime as "works of animation made by and for Japan" is a workable definition I don't find it to be a particularly useful one.
Then You say it was unclear, or it was ambiguous but the whole "the vast majority of people read something agreed with me since the beginning" is quite dubious.
On the other hand, Implying a rule was interpreted in one way because the reader just wanted to deal more damage is a statement that only deserve a *rolling eyes*.
THe whole metaphorical hands was not in the book, otherwise the DEV would have not call it an unwritten rule.
THis is misleading at best.
Buri Reborn wrote:
It was not "always been known", that's the reason the whole unwritten rule was son annoying.
I mean, the first FAQ, the one they reversed later on.
"Start/Complete Full-Round Action
The "start full-round action" standard action lets you start undertaking a full-round action, which you can complete in the following round by using another standard action. You can't use this action to start or complete a full attack, charge, run, or withdraw."
Alex Martin wrote:
I once saw chessboard trap that worked in the following way:
The Pcs have to walk through it, and when they step on it the DM ask in which square they step. There are 8 possible squares for that, each tied to a piece of chess, of course they don't know that.
If for example the player step in the third square from left to right he would be the black square bishop and will be free to move diagonally across the dark squares to reach the other end. If he moves incorrectly he receive some damage and is teleported back to the original square.
When I used it almost all player could reach the other end without problem except the poor guy who stepped in the knight square, he almost died until he could figure it out.
Bob Bob Bob wrote:
That is why evil guys uses tons of minions, heck the grappler could even be just a minion.
Umbral Reaver wrote:
I guess I would not be able to understand your situation at a personal level, but as I said there are plenty of really great 3pp material of less than 20 pages.
I can think of the villain codices by outland entertainment, village backdrop by raging swan or tangible taverns by Dire rugrats.
My advice is to work in a short book, one that can be done in steps. Something that don't require continuous work, something that can be done an step at the time. Then you work in each step whenever you are in good mood.
N. Jolly wrote:
This 'nerf' didn't really affect a lot of people, so not sure why people are up in arms about it.
A non-broken option less in the game. This one easy to ignore but still it is understandable to not be much excited with this change to the rules.
Ulsa get bitten again whenstanding up but Your team does their job and finish the remaining undead Wolves. The mass of zombies is still behind you.
The sun is setting in the horizon, you are in dim light now.
Wolf AoO: 1d20 + 13 ⇒ (10) + 13 = 231d8 + 8 ⇒ (3) + 8 = 11
Ulsa: 1d20 + 11 ⇒ (1) + 11 = 121d12 + 16 ⇒ (9) + 16 = 25
Malthus: 1d20 + 12 ⇒ (2) + 12 = 141d6 + 7 ⇒ (2) + 7 = 9
Goblin: 1d20 + 12 ⇒ (9) + 12 = 212d6 + 8 ⇒ (5, 1) + 8 = 14
Maya: 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (20) + 5 = 251d6 + 2 ⇒ (6) + 2 = 8
Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
He is a fighter that hit hard after taking some penalties to hit and spending money and a standard action to drink a potion, there is nothing broken here.
The usefulness of a holy symbol in real life is much lower that the usefulness of a holy symbol in a pathfinder world.
If in real life you needed one to use your channel energy I'm pretty sure you will pay 100 dollars for it.
Are you telling that dex to damage are not for badwrongfun munchkins that want to do maximize their damage input and win the pathfinder game?, preposterous I say!.
Yeah, Now I want to read them all :/
It should be against burst effect like fireball, it doesn't make sense that a shield help you to avoid a pit from create pit.
Still undecided but I think it will be mist of Mwangi
That would be great.
There are pretty good 1st level powers. Like the one from the teleportation subschool, I also like the one for the fey bloodline through It shoudl have been SU instead of sp.
I wonder what percentage of the game can be considered "purposefully useless mechanics".
Combat-expertise-as-prerequisite-for-unrelated-feats agrees with you.
Are lairs and minions required? Can the villain be a loner?
Derp, I meant Bogota is cold and rainy (through this year have been unusually hot and dry).
For tropical places with beach there are cartagena, santa marta and San andres (an Island).
What do you mean by caribbean?, I ask because is cold and rainy most of the year.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5oIIsLrpqHY ( You can hear the opinion of a US tourist)
If you go to peru and like archaeology and related stuff then machu pichi, puma punku and caral are breathtaking places.