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Gorbacz wrote:
Well, there's one positive - in few years, no more Nigel Farage venting his silly talks in the European Parliament at the expense of my taxes. It's a small consolation, but you gotta dig for those silver linings.
Didn't you hear? He's going to be our ambassador, given his experience in Europe (and the fact that we want him as far away from us as we can get.)

I was joking about this but heard some numpty on the radio suggest that to "heal the divisions" Niggel Farage should be heavily involved in the Brexit negotiating team. Heal the divisions?! Heal the f++~ing divisions?! The divisions are between Leave and Remain, putting the chief immigrantmonger anywhere that allows him the oxygen of publicity* is not going to heal the divisions unless you're only cpncerned with the divisions in the right wing of the country and those 48% of us who aren't "ordinary people, real people, decent people" can just go f+#! ourselves. And Nigel "the most hated man in the European parliament" Farage as a negotiator?! Good grief. If this is the intellectual level we've got, we are even more screwed than I thought.

F%@+ it all. I'll stay an extraordinary indecent figment of my imagination for a bit longer. I'm sure i can organise a Pathfinder campaign in the reeducation camp.

*=to quote the late, lamented Linda Smith "I'm not sure I like him having the oxygen of oxygen."

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Gorbacz wrote:
Well, there's one positive - in few years, no more Nigel Farage venting his silly talks in the European Parliament at the expense of my taxes. It's a small consolation, but you gotta dig for those silver linings.

Didn't you hear? He's going to be our ambassador, given his experience in Europe (and the fact that we want him as far away from us as we can get.)

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I don't know, I think that over the majority of Marvel history I'd say that Reed and Doom have, by default, been understood as a cut above the rest, particularly in terms of being polymaths who are masters of almost every area of science (and Doom, of course, is a near Dr. Strange level master of magic as well).

Doom's 'mastery' of magic seems to come and go. For decades he was *said* to know stuff about magic, but rarely, if ever, *did* any magic. So when he's touted as a potential Sorcerer Supreme, I'm all 'the what now?'

But yeah, he (and Reed) are very much the 'Professor' sort of scientist, just arbitrarily good at *everything,* which does set them a cut above specialists like Tony Stark or Hank McCoy or Emma Frost (who was a genius inventor, once upon a time, able to create mind-switching psi-tech that even Xavier found perplexing, until she reverted to a stripper with telepathy and fake bazongas).

That's pretty much my take on Doom's sorcery. If he really was anywhere near Strange's level, that should be a much larger part of his abilities than he almost always uses. If nothing else, the FF have almost no defences against magic - spy on and harass them in astral form, for example. He's a dabbler with some talent and that's how he's been portrayed the vast majority of the time.

As for Frost, I'd say it's more the "genius inventor" part that was out of character. That's the one-off "I made an impossible device for this one storyline" case.

Oh, please, as if Emma would do something as mundane as inventing. She has people for that. And the ones who came up with that device were very well-rewarded. And all of the carecosts after their tragic coma-inducing breakdowns are being picked up by Frost Industries. It's the very least she could do.

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Thomas Seitz wrote:
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Meat thinking?

What the hell is that?!

You're all meat bags in my book.

*isn't a meat bag* Just a guy made of stuff that also has his soul on loan to a few thousand arch-fiends...

As for who the smartest entity in the Marvel Universe is, I'd have to say Deadpool's mouth. :p

FTFY. :-)

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thegreenteagamer wrote:

I'm reminded particularly today that it sucks that the only time you can call up and get some free counseling in America is when you're suicidal.

Sometimes you're just having in general and wanting to talk to someone, but not enough to kill yourself, to where one of those hotlines would be wasting valuable time for volunteers who could be talking someone off the edge. Otherwise it's just "shell out cash or GTFO" as far as counselors in this country are concerned.

In the UK, the Samritans charity, who run the hotlines, will listen to you in crisis even if you're not suicidal. One of my crises hit at 4am and there's no way I was phoning my friends or family at that time. So, after a lot of "I'd be wasting their time and keeping them from someone who really needs help", I phoned them and they let me babble on through sobs until I'd talked myself into what passes for normal, or at least under control.

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Jack of Dust wrote:
I have this horrible image in my mind of Techno-Bards running around....

Do we get flamer-thrower guitars?

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Plus what other colour could you wear for an international proletariat socialist revolution? And it hides the inevitable bloodstains.
Coagulated blood is dark brown. I never understood that redcap nonsense.

*Bows to superior experience with blood. Backs away slowly, never taking eyes off Sissyl.*

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Plus what other colour could you wear for an international proletariat socialist revolution? And it hides the inevitable bloodstains.

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ISTJ. Just to act as counterbalnce to all these crazy Ns.

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2 paths per year, one every 6 months

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Yes, but what I mean is Paizo tend to be cautious with new product lines. If the AP doesn't sell well, its less traumatic for the business, and the staff involved, to cancel it rather than cancelling it, Campaign Setting and Companion lines.

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I'm currently taking medication for mild depression. Triggered by several stress-related incidents that overwhelmed my ability to cope and basically reduced me to a crying mess unable to function properly. I have never seriously considered suicide but without the medications, which have (according to others) brought my old self back, I doubt I'd havwe been able to continue at my job, even with the support of my manager who has been incredibly supportive. However, I still have my old tendencies towards self-criticism and to pick andprod at things until they're 'fixed', including me.
I don't think it's influenced me much in rpg terms. I was always strange and introverted (every test puts my into the top 1% for introversion at the low end).

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It's how Pathfinder started. Well, tehcnically it's got core rule which is more than Pathfinder got for four APs. Seemed to do ok that time. If interest and sales, and staff madness, warrant, I'm sure they'll expand the Starfinder line as they did Pathfinder: cautiously.
(For info: Pathfinder AP 1 was August 2007, Crown of the Kobold King (first module): June 2007, Guide to Korvosa (first Campaign Setting book): MAr 2008, Elves of Golarion (First Companion): Oct 2008) so for about a year, there was nothing but Adventure Paths for the line.)

You kids and your compartmentalised, discrete book lines. Spoiled, I tells ya, and get off my lawn!

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Hayato Ken wrote:

Ashiel is making real good points. It also seems i remember even less about previous editions than i thought^^

It´s a funny thing, just like with wanting an "old school" game. I stated somewhere else that this says nothing about the game, since so many different people understand different things about it. The same seems to apply here.

So Paul Watson and HWalsh, what editions of the game have you actually been playing? I mainly played Pathfinder admittedly.

Red box and eveything up to 4E. Now mostly Pathfinder. And several oher non-D&D types.

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Ok, Ash, so, explain why explicitly channelling the power of Hell, a definitely evil plane, is good. not 'not evil' actively good. Explain how calling on Asmodeus, master of the pit, and infernal tyrant, is good. Ends AND means matter. Is casting Infernal Healing an especially evil act? No. Its a venal sin, but it is evil. Can you accomplish good with evil tools? Yes, otherwise they'd be lousy tools for temptation, but that does not make the tool less evil. You can be good and use the tools of evil, but that doesn't change the fact that its evil. You won't necesarily become evil, but you are normalising the power of evil and making it seem less evil as it can be used for goood ends, thus giving hell free propaganda points and increasing its power in the world, thus evil. There, explanation.

I mean, for a counter example, if in the game I murder innocent people for money and use the money to set up orphanages, is that good? How about if its just stealing rather than assassination? Wire fraud? What crime can I commit to provide for the poor, homeless little orphans that the crime is actually a good act in your opinion?
Better example, if you could torture one soul everyday but it wpuld guarantee a blissful life for 1000, is that evil? If not, adjust either way until it is and explain the difference.

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Apparently it's easier to be an antiquated, outdated old fart these day. I blame the parents.

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Golarion is set up with objective alignment and certain spells being objectively evil to cast. Those are the setting rules. So, how about you stop trying to enforce your preferences on us, huh? We antiquated, outdated old farts are the one with the setting supporting us. Its you darn kids with your newfangled shades of grey who want to change things. Get off my darn* lawn.

*=And yes, its darn not damn because cussing isn't something decent folks do. At least not in my day. Honestly, kids today. No respect, I tell ya.

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*facepalm*

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Aranna,
Plate tectonics was mentioned as it took more than fifty years from being proposed to being accepted. When first proposed it was ridiculed and dismissed. More evidence came in and the scientists had to take it seriously. I'm sure you can see the parallels with global warming here.

Science is never fully settled. Inconvenient facts can, and will, always overturn existing science. So far, no one has found the inconvenient fact that overturns anthropogenic climate change. There is not a massive debte amongst people who study it. .and even if they had, we'd probbly still use it until. better representtion comes along. I mean, qunantum mechanics and classical relativity are incompatible. They cannot both be right, but they keep getting confirmed within their own fields and no one has been able to improve on them. We literally know one of them is wrong, but it's still close enough for mot thing sto be used.

Now, what specifically, do you want to know? Climate change is pretty much an entire scientific discipline so its going to be tough to condense the entire thing into something a layperson can understnd easily and I'm not an expert or a communictions specialist.

As for being rude, you try trying to explain and being called a liar nd part of a conspiracy at every turn. You'd get a lot less patient with people using the same "innocnet questions" as the people who've been abusing you. I was not trying to be insulting, but as I said. If you accept other areas of science, what is it about this that's the problem? Carbon dioxide is a known greenhouse gas. carbon dioxide accumulates in the atmosphere. carbon dioxide has been accumulating in the atmosphere, primarily through human activity (a combination of cutting down trees tht bsorb it, farming animals thatproduce it, and digging up sources from under the ground and burning them, thus pumping the whole lot into the atmosphere faster thn the natural systems can remove it.). the global average atmospheric temperature is increasing at a rate we have not seen in the geological record over the past hundred years. which of these is the most problematic part for you to understand/accept?

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Aranna wrote:
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You know I am seeing a lot of people talking about this "settled" science. Could I get some links to sites that can explain it thoroughly in layman's terms?
Ten year old summary from New Scientist magazine. Not the most up to date, by any means, but should go through the basics for an educated layman level.

Thanks... but I was hoping for a more detailed break down of the science on each point; not just a list of the points.

In which case I'd suggest looking through New Scientist's more recent climate change articles as they're more likely to be more detailed on the individual points they're covering. Plus, you know, up to date rather than a decade old.

I'm curious, though. Do you have the same problem with quantum physics being true or not, given it has much less evidence than climate change? Evolution? Plate tectonics (remarkably controversial when first proposed)? I'm just not understanding how "I accept scientific findings. Except for that one which, even though it uses the same methods as every other part of science, I don't trust it." comes about. I'm not a climate science expert. But the people who are agree that this is happening, and happening for a given reason, with evidence to support it. What is there that suggests we shouldn't accept their findings that doesn't equally apply to every other area of science?

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Aranna wrote:
You know I am seeing a lot of people talking about this "settled" science. Could I get some links to sites that can explain it thoroughly in layman's terms?

Ten year old summary from New Scientist magazine. Not the most up to date, by any means, but should go through the basics for an educated layman level.

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On thought experiments: Existential Comics

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Not unless you're a worshipper of Urgathoa, per the AP article.
As you're not allowed to worship evil deities in PFS, you can't be a worshipper of the Pallid Princess, so can't get access to her deity-specific summons.

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Aldrius wrote:
@Mudfoot: I'm certain it's not in widespread use, but tin foil is just flattened aluminum with traces of iron and silicon. I can easily imagine it being found as part of some specialized or professional tools such as alchemist kits. And who knows, with psychics now a thing, it's only a matter of time before someone creates a magical tin foil hat to give themselves a resistance to their abilities.

Too late. Go to the PRD for Occult adventures and look for Tin Cap.

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Zmar wrote:
Is it because of EU VAT, or the price of the AP 100 is 20,99 USD normally? Is there something in addition to normal content, or has the price gone up again? :(

Because its 132 pages long, so a third more extra content, as CBD has outlined.

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I would recommend reading some of his non-Discowrld stuff first. As Orfamay says, Good Omens (written with Neil Gaimen) is a stand alone book and one I've reread several times.

I would recommend reading Discowrld in order, but the first two (The Colour of Magic and The Light Fantastic) would be the two I'd skip as they're not as developed as the others. Plus Rincewind has never been my favourite character and they both star him so take that for what it's worth.

Small Gods and Pyramids are both essentially stand alone books within the greater Discworld series if you want to dip your toe into it. Their charqacters do not really reoccur, although Omnians do crop up more freqnetly after Small Gods. However, I'd stil recommend starting at the beginning and moving forward.

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Lathiira wrote:
Got it. Thank ye kindly and may all your d20s roll 20s for you :)

I'm the GM for Pathfinder. I thank you, but my players may not.

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All sent out. If you don't get them soon, pm me and I'll sort it out.

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And all ten are gone. I'll start sending them out.

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Only one left. Don't all rush at once

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6 down, 4 left

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I'll sort them all out once all ten are done. So probably by Monday.

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4 down.

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As it's that time of year again, in the true spirit of Mikazemas, the offer is being made:
For the first ten people to request it, I'll offer a $25 Paizo gift voucher.

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Spoiler:
Would this artifact be kind of quill-like, by any chance?
If so, my party found that vital in later chapters and it became christened
the quill of plot for when they wanted to double check their intuitions or to find out what was going on
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BigDTBone,
Uhm, That says to include one extra digit, not one fewer. It is precisely the opposite of what TxSam88 claimed.

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Sissyl,
And how effective has that been exactly, given that, you know, global warming still getting worse? Yeah, those guys are reeeeeeally powerful. Why soon they might achieve their nefarious goal of....actually just what is your conspiracy theory's end goal for this supranational body with nearly unlimited power and why haven't they achieved it yet?

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Acolyte on the right of the Aroden pic: Why do I have to be the one to hold the sword by the blade? I'm going to lose a finger again, and I won't be able to cast regeneration for levels yet. How come I don't get to hold the star like Sister Beatrice? That's nice and safe and not Owwwww, dang it, there goes the first one, and red shows on these robes so much!

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Andros,
Personally, I wouldn't be heavy-handed with it. Quite the opposite. The player seems to be giving you the opportunity, but test with smaller things first. Are women treated differently to men in the campaign? Women's work/man's work, expected to be silent when the real men are talking? If so, it would be enough to use that against him occasionally. If he doesn't like it, stop. If he seems to be enjoying playing out the challenges, keep it up. As a GM I would usually ask the player if plot like this is what they want before stepping in. "Your character is now a man in a woman's body. Do you want me to play with that in future? Or ignore it?" Also watch the other players' reactions the first time you bring it up. If they're uncomfortable, also stop. Do not dive in straight away. Edge up to it.
Reflecting the character's previous treatment of women bck on him might also work. Especially if he's been a rake or white kight or other negative male stereotype when it comes to interacting with women.
But do not go big on this until you're suer the player and the group are on board.

EDIT: To be clear, I'm a cis-het, male gamer in a primarily cis-het male group, so advice may not be appropriate. We've had female chracters for male players before but it's never made a big deal of and one player even forgot our cleric was female becuase the player was male, which caused some amusement amongst players or a couple weeks.

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Orfamay,
Given peanut allergies exist, should we ban peanuts? If not, I'm struggling to see the relevance.
Can GMOs cause harm? Of course they can. Everything can cause harm under the right circumstances. Do they? Possibly. Do they cause so much harm that it outways their utility and their use needs to be incredibly restricted? Need actual evidence to support that view, which so far is not being shown.

EDIT: Why should GMOs be treated differently than traditionally cross-bred foodstuffs? Do you need a massive trial for every new variant created by traditional breeding which also can cause unexpected allergies? Guess we should ban that, too.

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I think people are misreading Ascetic Style.
As written, it does not mention magic items, only feats and class abilities. I think people have gotten too excited and read more into it than the text supports.

Aelryinth,
Dwarven Style: Hatred increased to +2 and applies TH and dmg.
2nd feat: To one target that hits you, you can apply either hatred or Defensive weapon training as an immediate action. When you change targets, you lose the benefit.
3rd feat: Allows you to apply both hatred and defensive training to the same target (but only when applying the second stage so doesn't work generically on goblinoids and orcs unless you apply it). Allows you to keep applying it to any number of targets.

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Acolyte of Mushu wrote:
Next week? I count 2 weeks and 5 days, with the competition ending on the same day. PDFs are available Nov. 18, right?

Subscribers get pdfs ahead of street date, usually, as our shipments are sent out before the street date so they arrive around the same time. The exact selection process is mysterious, so it varies when exactyl, but slightly early access is a subscriber perk.

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Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
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Shield Style Feats? Is it April yet?
Do you not LIKE the idea of shield style feats?

Owen,

I think quite the reverse. Given the book is slated to come out in April, Imbacatus is likely wishing it were April now so they could purchase it. Rather than saying "Is this an April Foll's gag in November" as you seem to be interpreting them.

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I am not an expert in North American history, but there wasn't a independecy war that started with a tea revolution ? Forbid tea could be a out of the game symbol that he ruled out hope for freedom.

As Time Squad taught us, tea is for Loyalist sissies.

Real American Men© drink coffee.

Also not to forget that in Golarion, Night Tea is a prefnancy preventtive ala Gentleman's snuff, so I wouldn't be surprised if that's also part of his agenda.

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You might also try the Lord of Darkness third-party variant which is desigend to be an Asmodean anti-paladin and so has more tryannical abilites than the common one. Easier to convert to Law, and I tend to assume it is Lawful.

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And one level either side? oh, lookie, the extra fractional BAB from Trickster means your BAB is one higher than it woukd be straight. Look at that.

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Best to worst of a bunch of horrible people.
Dave
Bob
Anne
Eric
Charlie

Justification:
Charlie is extorting sex for favours when there's no other viable choice. This puts him into extremely dodgy and certainly immoral territory.
Eric beats people up. We're not given a reason why he agrees to Anne but even if Bob is an asshoe, see later, beating him up is not a valid solution.
Anne comes out behind Bob purely because she asked Eric to beat him up. Without that she'd probably be the best person here. She does something she doesn't want to do to achieve a goal. Communication wiht Bob might have had a more happy ending.
Bob is an a**@#$&. But he didn't ask Anne to sleep with Charlie, she didn't tell him. Poor communication for two people not in love and does not respond well.
Dave, assuming a friend, is a s+$%ty friend who leaves Anne in the lurch rather than supporting her. If a colleague, still not very nice but there isn't the same level of social obligation to start with.

As mentioned, not one of these are behaving as good people, IMO.

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Not evil, no damage. the damage bonus increases, but if you're not evil there's no Smite Evil bomus to increase, so no damage.
Plus there's the "If the target is not evil, the smite is wasted with no effect." so no evil, no smite.

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Advanced firearms like the revolver target touch out to 5 range increments, rather than just one. That's a pretty big difference.

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UK has a hereditry monarchy. The head of government is elected here, but not the head of state. See also most European monarchies.

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