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Andoran

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So, banning racist hate speech is an unacceptable limitation of free speech, but banning an entire genre of music is perfectly acceptable? Could one of you explain the logic you're using please as it seems very different from our Earth logic.

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Because clerics must be within 1 step of their deity's alignment and Nethys is N so all his clerics must be within 1 step of that. It's the same reason you can't be a LG cleric of Calistria.

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Possible Error in the requirements for the Eye of Brokerage. It uses Chaos Hammer, Order's Wrath which is the same (and much more appropriate) for the next item down, the Gauntlets of the Unchained. What should the Eye of Brokerage creation requirements be, please?

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You can add as many skill rnks per level as you like, but you can't have a rank higher than your cahracter level.
So, you were correct in how you handled things.

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Set wrote:
Jeff Erwin wrote:
Dan Savage points out now Satanists will be free to persecute Christians, based on the language of the bill...

Oh, Arizona. You just made it possible for a Muslim to refuse service to someone for violating a tenet of Sharia law and somehow, inexplicably, made Glenn Beck right that there's a movement of 'creeping Sharia-ism' in this country. You're like the kid who shouts 'Who farted?' to draw attention away from his own fart.

Never change.

A response from one pizzeria in Tuscon to the legislation.

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I have not played Zombicide. However, Sentinels of the Multiverse is my favourite game, so I'd recommend that on principle.
As you said you wanted to buy an expansion with it, which one were you thinking of?
Rook City (Out of print): The grim and gritty version. Has two heroes, who are often complained about as underpowered (whatever that means), Mf Fixer a martial artist mechanic and Expatriette a powerless gun-wileder. The four villains, including two of the hardest villaisn in the game (the CXhairman and the Matriarch). Also features Plague Rat, an infectious ratman, and Spite, a drug-powered serial killer (warning definitely not for children). The environments, Rook City (a meaner Gotham) and Pike Industrial (an abandonned chemical warehouse) are also tough. Basically, this expansion is tough. Also less child friendly than the base game if that's a facotr.
Infernal Relics (Out of print): The magic expansion. The heroes it features are both complex to play. NightMist is a sorceress who self-harms to cast her spells but has many recovery options, the other, the Argent Adept, is a do anything character whose turns can take forever owing to option paralysis and power chains. The villains are mid difficulty but thematically great GloomWeaverm, elder god, the Ennead, a whole team of Egyptian demi-gods, Akash'Bhuta, Mother earth on a really bad day, and Apostate, a fallen angel, (the exception being GloomWeaver who is a bit on the easy side - until you get his promo, then ouch!). The environments are the realm of Discord (which is basically a 70's Steve Ditko Dr Strange comic and very weird) and the Tomb of Anubis featuring another Egyptian god who is nemesis to both Ra and the Ennead.
Shattered Timelines: Time-travel and alternate history expansion. Features two mid-difficulty heroes: Omnitron-X, the future helpful version of Omnitron, and Chrono-Ranger, a time-travelling cowboy bounty hunter. The villains are Kismet, a luck-maniptulor and winner of the create a villain contest >G ran, the Dreamer, a six year old Visionary plagued by real nightmares, Iron LEgacy, a dark Legacy from an alterante future whre he rules the world with an iron fist (and is the third of the three hardest villains), and las Capitan a time travelling pirate with a crew of historical warriros. The enviornments are the Tiem Cataclysm featuring one card that relates to every other environment deck, and the Block, an extradimensional prison at war between the guards and the inamtes with the heroes caught in the middle.
Vengeance (about to be released): This is a bigger, and more expensive expansion. It features five heroes spanning the difficulty ranfge with KNYFE being an energy blasting secret agent, the BNaturalist a shape-shifter with abilities depndiong on his form, Parse, a deck-hacker archer, Setback, a guy with the Parker luck turned up to 20, and the Sentinels a team of heroes with one deck. The villains are the Vengeful Five, a team of villaisn who play with as many decks as the heroes. The environmetns are the Freedom Tower (mostly helpful as it is the heroe's HQ) and the Mobile Defence Platform (the flying fortress of Baron Blade).
Rook City/Infernal Relics: Combined Rook City and Infernal Relics.
Ther are also some mini-expansions which feature just one deck wach:
Unity: A bot-spaqwner hero who blows up equipment to get minions.
The Scholar: A self-healer hero who is possibly the tankiest tank ever.
Ambuscade: A hunter of heroes who attacks from hiding.
Miss Information: The heroes' secretary turned villainous mastermind.
The Final Wasteland: A future populated by monsters.
Silver Gulch 1883: A western town with Shariffs, outlaws and time portals.

I'd suggest the combined Rook City and Internal Relics as the expansion as you do get a lot of bang for your buck with 4 heroes, 4 environs and 8 villains, plus these expansions were the first two so you get the smae fun trying to unpick the story as the rest of us did.
Shattered Timelines will probably be merged with their next expansion (Wrath of the Cosmos) but as Wrath won't be released for a while a combo is even further along, but will be cheaper than the tohers as it's smaller.
Vengeance I'd stay clear of for now as the multiple villain mechanic can be tough to navigate, especially if you're new to the game.

Hope that helps.

Andoran

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Per capita is per person. As you don't even seem to know that, why should we take anything you say on this seriously? You clearly don't understand it.

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Renegadeshepherd wrote:
Racism has no connection to alignment. Period. It is a philosophy or life style yes but it is not one connected to good or evil until such time as one uses it as motivation that brings about deeds that are good or evil. Hitler used fear and racism to bring about a dark chapter of history. In the US racism brought political gains for politicians. But on the other end racism brought about civil right movements across the world that many say improved the world. Take it how u want.

*boggles*

How did racism bring about civl rights gains? If there wasn't racism, most of those civil rights gains wouldn't have been needed in the first place because without racism, the people whose civil rights needed to be improved to match others would have been already equal. You don't get bonus points for fixing the problems you caused.

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Stephen,
A 1st Wizard with 20 Int can prepare 3 spells. They can be any spells in his spell book and he can prepare multiple copies of the same spell to cast it multiple times. This is how prepared castsers (Wizards, Clerics, Druids in the core game) work.

Spontaneous casters (Sorcerers and Bards) work a little differently. They always have a (smaller) pool of spells known which is shown in their class section, but they can cast those spells multiple times, as shown in the main table for the class. High ability scores affect how many spells they can cast, not how many they know.

And yes, casters get much better as they level up. At first level, they mostly use cantrips, saving their actual spells for important encounters as cantrips (0th level spells) can be cast any number of times.

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Good product.
Possible error with the alternate racial tratis. The +2 Con, +2 Cha, -2 Str trait for regular medusae replaces +2 Con, +2 Cha and -2 Str with +2 Con, +2 Cha and -2 Str. What should the alternate racial bonuses be?

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Mikaze wrote:
MMCJawa wrote:
From what I understand, Karen Gillian also wore a wig...as she also had to shave her head for Guardians of the Galaxy.

!

Karen Gillian is playing Moondragon?!

YES

Unfortunately she's playing Nebula.

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Wicked Cool,
When men can carry the pregnancy to term, they get a say and that say is "Yes, I'll host the pregnancy". Until then, no, they do not have the right to hijack a woman's body to serve as an incubator for their progeny against her wishes anymore than you can be forced to become an organ donor against yours. It's her body, not yours.

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Xzaral,
And I'm sure that will go better than explaining evolution or climate change has.

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Grognard is also used as a badge of pride by the same people it's meant to insult because gamers are contrary like that.

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And that's it, folks. All 10 gone.

Andoran

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Only 1 left now. don't all rush at once.

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2 left

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4 left.

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5 down, 5 to go.

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In the spirit of giving Mikaze always inspires this time of year, here's my contribution to melting the cold, dead heart of Adam Daigle (or any other Paizonian who effects a cynical air to prevent from getting hurt by a cruel, cruel world):
For the first ten people to request it, I'll purchase a $25 Paizo gift certificate. There's too much good stuff for me to pick from, so you get to do it.

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Set wrote:
Ivan Rûski wrote:
Gorbacz wrote:
Or he broke the oath of ages among the dwarvenkind: THOU SHALL NEVER SIP TEA, ALE IS THE ONLY BEVERAGE FIT FOR A DORF.
Fixed it for you. ;)

Wars have been started for less!

No true dwarf (tm) drinks aught but mead.

And sipping? No. Chugging, pouring and shotgunning are the accepted means of imbibement, with the odd exception for bodyshots off of an elven lasses tummy.

I believe quaffing is also an acceptable method of imbibing.

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Matthew,
There are iron golems. Well, an iron golem. It's

Spoiler:
in Anrag's Tomb. When my players fought it they knew where they were and one actively taunted Gorum about the weakness of his guardians, so I used the Golem's heal, even though it was by rights dead. The player cursed himself almost as soon as the owrds left his mouth, and the rest did it after the golem got up. However, they stomped it effectively and the party was a magus, barbarian and witch. However, they were towards the back-end of the book having explored the south first. They also were making a beeline for the barbarians and knew what they were going for.

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Orthos wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
Doug's Workshop wrote:
In 2005, Harry Reid said of the filibuster "It encourages moderation and consensus. "
And that's the problem: its not doing that anymore. Its encouraging republicans to say no for the sake of saying no.

Translation: "The people I don't like are not letting the people I do like do things I like."

Perhaps a little wordy and repetitive and that could get confusing, so up for alternatives on that regard. But easily plugs into the conversation and is applicable regardless of who is talking!

Orthos,

Fun fact: In the history of the Republic, there have been 168 Presidential appointments that have been fillibustered and blocked. 82 of those were nominated since Obama was elected. Kind of hard to say there hasn't been a little bit of partisan obstructionism going on when you consider that pretty much half of the fillibuster blocks ever have happened in the last 5 years, isn't it?

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Vic Wertz wrote:
LazarX wrote:
The Doctors don't refer to themselves by number.

Numbering aside, there have been several "let's review all of the Doctors" moments in the new series (among others, the Journal of Impossible Things in Human Nature, and a visual recap in The 11th Hour), and none of them includes... ** spoiler omitted **

That needs some 'splainin.

Vic,

I believe the explaination so far goes along the lines of "John Hurt isn't the Doctor", by which I presume it means that, in the same way people often insist that those who commit horrific acts aren't "Real Americans/Christians/Muslims/British/etc", the Doctor considers the acts taken while John Hurt so horrific that he has excised him from his mental map of who the Doctor is. John Hurt was a regeneration, but he was most empahtically not, to the Doctor, ever the Doctor.

All those mentalisms showed the history of The Doctor, something he doesn't apply to the John Hurt regeneration.

Or something like that.

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Option 3.
If not 3 then 1.
Please not 2.

I assume option 4: Copy the Paizo updates AND five new templates is impractial for reasons of page count and layout?

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Valeros' pose at the top of page 4. OWWWWWWW!

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Just going to leave this and this here.

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ecw1701 wrote:
Ashanderai wrote:
ecw1701 wrote:

2 questions:

1. Do we have even a rumored date for the start of the playtest, and
2. Do we even have rumors of what the other 5 classes are?
Actually, there are 3 we do not know about. We are told that there will be a total of 10 new classes and they tell us 6 of them in this article. Multiple other posters have posted here that there is another one they talked about at one of the conventions that is not on the list of 6 here; the arcanist. That leaves 3 that we do not know about.

I thought Ashanderai meant there were 7 announced: those 5, the Arcanist,and some other one.

I'd like to jump on the 'Arcanist seems redundant' and 'I want to see a viable Wizard/Cleric and/or Wizard/Druid class' hype trains, though.

I have a soft spot for Mystic Theurges and Arcane Hierophants.

The sixth is the Swashbuckler which is a Fighter/Gusnlinger combo. Probably a fighter type with grit.

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dmchucky69 wrote:
What's really sad is that it is 2013 and we are still having these types of conversations. Will the day ever come when bigotry (in sheep's clothing) has gone the way of the dodo bird?

Yes. But not while humanity is still alive. Minimised, frowned upon, marginalised, possibly. Gone completely? Not really. A lot of people, even perfectly nice people, will need someone to other.

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Rysky wrote:
Cosmo wrote:

Just another day in the trenches for the tech team...

Robot Chris: no, no sacrificing today

Robot Chris: gets the carpets all messy

PMG: my solution: sweet, cleansing holy fire

Crystal: We don't need fire. I have the goat RIGHT HERE.

Crystal: The carpets will be fine. The janitor has this spray

I'm torn between which course of action I like best.

Why choose? You can sacrifice the goat with sweet, cleansing holy fire. What could be a more appropriate offering?

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BigDTBone wrote:
Paul Watson wrote:
Could someone explasin the debt ceiling to me? I mean, Congress approves a budget, Congress approves the revenue measures to meet that budget an dknowingly sets revenue collection below the cost of the budget, how does that not count as implicit authority to raise the debt given Congress decided to spend more money than they get. Where else did they think it would come from? The magic money fairy?

Well, it was a system put into place during WWI because congress asked Wilson to come up with a number that they would not spend beyond as part of military appropriations. The number then was $1 Billion.

Since then, congress has upped it many times. The reason it isn't directly tied to budget legislation in the last several years is because we haven't passed budget legislation in the last several years. All we have done is pass continuing resolutions which congress agrees to kick the budget down the road for a few months at a time.

But for a short answer, when we decide to buy something it is within the debt limit. But then we decide to buy other stuff instead of pay for it, so we whip out the charge card. Problem is that we have to pay the interest on the charge card and that interest counts against the card's limit. So we have to up our limit to get that pesky interest out of the way. Since we a clearly NOT going to stop spending, if we don't increase the limit we will default on the interest.

No, I understand financing the government by borrowing and understand what the debt ceiling is, it's just I'm confused as to why it's a thing you vote on when the budget and tax structures have alerady been decided, the debt seems to fall nicely out of the defeceit between those two, so I don't see why a vote on raising the debt ceiling makes sense given that.

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Could someone explasin the debt ceiling to me? I mean, Congress approves a budget, Congress approves the revenue measures to meet that budget an dknowingly sets revenue collection below the cost of the budget, how does that not count as implicit authority to raise the debt given Congress decided to spend more money than they get. Where else did they think it would come from? The magic money fairy?

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Or he's an Archmage rather than a Hierophant, so godhood is metaphorical rather than actual.

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Actually both Sersi and Starfox were Eternals rather than Olympians.

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Grey Lensman wrote:
magnuskn wrote:
People are way too much into pre-judging things, without having even seen them.
This is the internet, that's part of what happens here.

FTFY. ;-)

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Hmmmm, bag with teeth vs a smoking skull? Two shall enter, one shall leave. Place your bets ladies and gentlemen!

On topic-ish. What you do in your home game isn't a problem, but coming onto the boards to loudly proclaim how you're removing all references to LGBTQ characteristics from your home game and/or bemoaning Paizo's politically correct/divisive/agenda driven dcecision to include them in the first place? That's not really the same thing as taking it out of your home game, is it?

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The adventure makes nowhere near as big a deal of it as the Internet has. They're just a married couple who happen to both be women and who have unusual backstories. Certainly not the overpowering roles people have been complaining about.

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Don't forget you can use the PRD if you don't have Bestiary 2 to find the stats in there.

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Set wrote:
GeraintElberion wrote:
What's the difference between nerd outrage and other forms of outrage?

Nerd outrage is a two-fer. You get to exaggerate someone's mild disapproval as some sort of hysterical and disproportionate overreaction, questioning their sense of perspective and making it easier to dismiss any points they have, *and* you get to call them nerds, thereby suggesting that their opinions would be silly and irrelevant and mockworthy even if they weren't rioting in the streets and flipping over cars!

Nerds get superstrength now? Dammit. You kids today don't know you've been born. Why, in my day.....

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They refer to the Monster Manual, so you'll have to refind the references. As with the newer modules, they do introduce new monsters, but obviously they're 3.5 and will need a little tweaking for Pathfinder.

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Can someone at Rite please do something about the size of these things? This clocks in at 75Mb ZIPPED. That makes it bigger than the Lite Mythic Adventures when the latter's unzipped. That's huge, especially for 47 pages. This is startig to become an issue with storage and usage as it takes too long to download and then too long to open the verdammt things. Please make them smaller and more manageable.

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As a whip cannot deal damage to creatures wih armour bonus, this is merely saying a scorpion whip is not so restricted.

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skeletal Steve,
Why? The Magus can still full attack and benefit from haste, he just can't use spell combat. As an arcane fighter class, haste is still incredibly useful.
Use hasted assault/haste. Cast a long lasting touch spell. Go to town with full attacks with your charged touch spell.

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DGRM44 wrote:
bugleyman wrote:

On C&C -- I love parts of it, but hate some of the stuff carried over from 1E. Things like levitation being a super-powerful offensive spell are deal breakers for me. Yes, I could house-rule the entire spell list, but I'd rather not have to.

I'm not sure how Levitation is a super powerful offensive weapon, they can only levitate themselves or another being. They can't move horizontally only vertically. and they have to make concentration checks to cast additional spells while levitating.

Float melee monster into air out of its reach. Fill with arrows until dies. Drop to loot. Repeat.

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Lirienne the iconic Gunslinger and Seyitiel the iconic Magus are both half-elves.

As for the iconics, I do not want a male half-orc Bloodrager. That's far too obvious. Make him the Slayer to match up with the Assassin, or even the Swashbuckler. Let the female halfling be the Bloodrager in the Paizo tradition of going for the non-obvious route for each race. Ok, if that's too silly, let it be the drawf. Should be non-human, though as both the barbarian and sorcerer iconics are humans. And female. Hmm. Must ponder further.

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Starbuck,
You missed out the Healer and Marshall from the Miniature's Handbook and the Crusader, Warblade and Swordsage from Tome of Battle. With the Artificer from Eberron, although campaign specific, that makes 50.

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Icy,
No, those are the two from Wrath of the Righteous. Irabeth is a half-orc paladin, and Avenia is an MtF trans person who's been turned fully female with a magic potion. They're married.

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Kysune,
Peiople can't 'freely choose'. That is not a factual statement. It is, in fact, a deeply wrong and ignorant statement. Please educate yourself to at least basic level on the subject before proceeding to the discussion or you will just embarass yourself.

And you're entitled to your views, but if you are allowed to say "homosexuality is not right" why aren't we allowed to say !"your homophobic bigotry and ignorance is not right"? You are trying to shame people for something they are born as, we are shaming you for something you choose to do. Even if you were correct that being gay or trans is a choice (and why would anyone choose it? Does it give free dental or something?), the two views would be equivalent and so if you're allowed to say homosexuiality is wrong, we're entitled to say your view is wrong as you have chosen that view.

EDIT: Ninjaed twice. Damn, it seems we're dogpiling on Kysune now. Not my intention.

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Fabius Maximus wrote:
Pan wrote:
Fabius Maximus wrote:
Hama wrote:
Fabius Maximus wrote:
I haven't seen Man of Steel, but I expect it's another mess.
Its decent enough. Maybe worth a movie ticket. Worth the 3d too. But only if its 48fps.

Nothing is worth 3D. Unfortunately, the only theater in my city that shows original language blockbusters only shows them in 3D. Since I only go to the movies when I want to see something like Star Trek or The Avengers (I don't have the money for more), I'm screwed.

The last thing I bought a ticket for was The Dark Knight Rises.

Oh man sorry to hear that Dark Knight rises was terrible.
Where did I say that?

Fabius,

I think you need to imagine a full stop between "that" and "Dark Knight". It makes much more sense then.

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Grayn,
The focus of this thread is. In the adventure itself, I don't think you vcan really say that. Both have their own personalities. However, they do mention their 'wife' a lot, just like any other couple in strained circumstances would be worried about how their partner was doing. I really don't think the adventure emphasies things anywhere near as much as the posts on this thread, including mine, might lead you to believe.

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