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Thanks, Katina.
I received the pdfs correctly, so it looks like someone was being rushed by the warehouse raptors and put the wrong 96 page book in the order.

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For this order, I received two copies of Seers of the Drowned City and no copy of Pathfinder 111 Dream of the Yellow King. Could the Adventure Path volume be correctly shipped with the next month's order, please?

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There are two pages of options for each organisation, so 40 pages of options. These include archetypes, feats, spells, magic items and more class options such as oracle mysteries. Not all of them will be useful to everyone, but there are some new panache feats for the swashbuckler.
They are generally not all for evil characters. Some of them will have limited usefulness outside their group. Most good parties won't need a spell to hide bruises, for instance, but Twin Fang Style is useful for anyone fighting with two daggers of kukris which is not an unusual style.
It is, however, primarily for the GM as most of the book is stat blocks rather than more player options.

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Do the Job/Heroic: I think Star Wars/Pathfinder is probably the best to go for. Assume the PCs aren't evil but that doesn't mean they can't be mercenary. But probably leaning more Heroic end of that spectrum than Do the Job.

Lawless/Great Empire: I expect most of it will be lawless. It's a big galaxy and maintaining control is tricky.

Core Races/Some Races/Lots of Races: This one should be a progression. Start with the basics and as more gets flesehd out expand. Eventually, I want a variety of not entirely blanced oprtions.

Political Intrigue/Shooting Gallery: Obviously a mix, but shooting stuff tends to be more usable than talking.

Normal Sci-Fi/Gonzo Sci-Fi: Gonzo. Bring on the killer jelly-kitties.

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*hugs Rysky*

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MannyGoblin wrote:
Oh hey! voter intimidation
I think that may fall more on the dumbass end of the spectrum than an attempt to intimidate - he's former law enforcement and carries his weapon as a matter of daily routine and probably forgot it was unusual for people not in uniform.

Also, when asked he covered the gun to prevent it being quite so intimidating. On the other hand, given all the fuss the GOP made about a black guy with a nightstick in 2008...

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Has anyone here actually claimed Trump was any good? Hillary sucks but come on, so does Trump.

Yes, I am claiming Trump is good. Well, that he is doing some objective good running for President. If you are asking if I think Trump is a good person, I can’t exactly say that. But you can quote me in saying that I firmly believe Donald Trump is not 100% a…

Ok. What? What, precisely, has Trump done that is objectively good runnign for President?

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Greywolflord,
How the holy heck are you getting that from Orfmay's response? He is saying the military types are wrong because they believe things that are untrue. tha'ts it. It's not some anti-military rant. It's literally "These guys don't know thefull information, like most other people commenting, and I'd be happy to show them it all. If they still don't listen, who cares for their opinion as they're willfully misinformed."

It doesn't matter what the military regulations are, Clinton is a civilian and not subject to them.

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Oh, please. Donald is playing FATAL LARP. Which explaisn a lot.

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Bob_Loblaw wrote:
One of my problems is that I don't really know how I am supposed to feel. Sometimes I feel like a man. Sometimes I don't. Sometimes I feel like a woman. Sometimes I don't. I have no idea what I'm supposed to do. People want to help, but I can't really explain what's going on in my head. I know that I've always been like this and it feels like I'm not normal and I am wrong. The more I try and explore who I am, the more my anxiety kicks in and I go back to my comfort zone, even though it doesn't feel like a place where I should be.

Bob,

Not something I'm especially familiar with but maybe looking into genderfluid-aware groups might help? From your description, that might fit your identification better.

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Something nice from Humans of St Louis. Standard do NOT read the comments applies. Most are supportive, but there's always one a%%%%~%%.

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Rogar Valertis wrote:
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Rogar Valertis wrote:

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And then there's the issue of the Clinton's charity. I don't like it and from what I read what it's doing is far from what I'd call charitable work.

The exact opposite, actually

Seriously? You're backing this up with Dinesh D'Souza?

And you pretend to have any credibility on what "progressive" means?

Ok. Now that you made your personal attack, can you dispute what he claims? Is what he's writing false or true?

Well, Charity Watch rates it and A. Which seems unlikely if they're as bad as D'Souza says.

However, D'Souza himself made the bunch of lies Obama's America and then repeated the trick with the equally factual Hillary's America. Oh, and in 2014 was convicted of illegally making campaign contributions therough others (a felony). All in all, he's really not a credible source.

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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
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I have determined that Donald Trump is nothing more then a moldy Jack-o-Lantern on top of an expensive suit being manipulated using pulleys and speakers and such by small Don Bluth-ian mice bent on not only eradicating humans and cats, but to also get revenge on Disney for not bankrolling Fievel, An American Tale.
Oh hell no! We are not taking the blame for this!
That's good. I still have a $50 bet that Trump is actually Snowball or The Brain in a robot "human" suit.

Would that make Mike Pence Pinkie? narf

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Oh, they've decided to slow things down a little, have they?

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But, Brain, where are we going to find someone to break into the Watergate Hotel at this time of day? narf.

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I think requiring every unformed police officer in the US to wear a body camera and 100% records transparency of the footage would do a lot to solve the situation, but given that the FoP endorsed Trump, that feel like a magic wand solution if not full-on arch and darkly sarcastic.

I had a similar thought that might be more plausible; oral testimony by law enforcement is not admissible in court unless supported by physical evidence. I'm not sure if this qualifies as darkly sarcastic. So we've got the same situation as we have now -- police don't have to wear body cameras if they don't want to, they can turn them off any time they want, and the department doesn't need to release them if it doesn't feel like it.

But when the officer is sued for wrongful death, he has literally no way to make a defense if any of those happen.

Defense Attorney: I call Officer O'Malley to the stand in his own defense.
Plaintiff's Attorney: Objection! No foundation laid! There is no video supporting his testimony!
Judge: Sustained. Move on to your next witness, counsellor.
Defense Attorney: I object! His camera was turned off at the time!
Judge: Overruled. Move on, counsellor.
Defense Attorney: But how can I defend him in this case?
Judge: If I have to tell you to move on one more time, you'll be in contempt.
Defense Attorney: (Sigh). The defense rests.
Plaintiff's Attorney: Your honor, we move for ...
Judge (interrupting): Yes, I know. Motion for a judgment as a matter of law in favor of the plaintiff is hereby granted on all counts.

Better: treat turning off your camera as destroyed evidence. The court should assume that if you turned it off, it was for a reason. If you destroy evidence the court should assume that the destroyed evidence was strongly against you.

However, that's all magic wand solution. And probably, if there was the will to do it, it wouldn't be necessary.
It's the political will that's the

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If the camera turns off just as he's beating the s#@$ out of/shooting a suspect, well, that would be mighty convenient, wouldn't it? If it goes off when there's nothing going on (most likely option) the cop can get it sorted and there's no problem. But a 'camera malfunction' at just the time it's needed to f!+$ up the evidence? I'd assume ill intent for that one.

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Bob,
Maybe go as a Seakie. After all, if you can have mer-ewoks, you can have mer-wookies.

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Syrus Terrigan wrote:
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Syrus,

You seem to be argung that because gun bans aren't 100% effective, which, I agree, they're not, that they shouldn't be implemented. Could you let me know of any law with a 100% effectiveness rate? If you meant soemthing else with the comment about reductions being statistical and your bolded comment, could you explain further as I clearly didn't understand your point?

On guns being useful to defend against an attack, spoilered as its long and tangential.

Spoiler:
This doesn't work very well in practice. Without special training, people will often freeze in a shock situation, or miss because even if you're a great shot on a shooting range it's very different when you're being attacked.

There's also the problem of the attacker already being armed and in your face before you notice, thus making it much harder to draw your gun without getting shot or stabbed. Unless you're constantly looking out for threarts, which is mentally exhausting and a s@!~ty way to have to live a life, you're likely to be surprised by the confrotation because it's not usual in your life.

I've been mugged myself. I was not armed, but if I had been, I would have been in exactly the same situation: The attacker has a knife out, I don't. He can stab me before I can get any weapon out. Even if I get the weapon out, we're now equal and he has the advantage because he initated the confrontation. In game terms, he has a surprise round on me and a readied action. At low levels, like me, thet's painful. Even if you're actually trained in self-defence, it's hard to concentrate when the adrenaline hits that hard. I mean the police and military personnel aren't perfect in their target selection and they've acxtually had to pass training with their weapons. Civillians are in a worse position, competency wise.

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Warpriests, as a hybrid class of cleric and fighter, should be treated as clerics in this regard for determining what variant spellcasting options are available to them depending on the deity they worship.
Given the explanation used, it seems only reasonable to treat hunters as druids for that purpose as well. ^_^

Personally, I'd treat them as Druids or Rangers as a few of the deities have unique ranger spells or uniquely levelled ranger spells.

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It's explicitly stated in the Divine Anthology, which is available generally soon and is already with some subscribers.

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The best was a shirt I saw today that said "Meh. Whatever, 2016" with a waving stars and stripes. Everyone loved it.
Because nothing is cooler than a depressing mix of ignorance, apathy, and cynicism proudly displayed across one's chest.

The original cool dude from Rebel Without a Cause, James Dean, in the cool dude scene itself:

"What are you rebelling against, Johnny?"
"I dunno. Whatcha got?"
A depressing mix of ignorance, apathy and cynicism pretty much defines 'cool'.

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Assuming the polls are completely independent events, you would multiply the chance by the number of events, as you did.
Now, polls aren't truly independent. They often use proxies which shrinks the voting pool. A company may reuse previous lists. Some of the polls are location or demographic dependent and so wouldn't necessarily include the whole population.
However, to avoid going completely insane, treating them as independent is good enough for a quick argument.

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The woods are lovely, dark and deep,
But I have promises to keep,

The best of luck to Liz, Lilith, the gninja slayer of wallets and whoever else you may be on your travels. As the thread shows, you'll be deeply missed for your compassion, kindness and humour.

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I wouldn't go as far to call it "objectively" better. Character development aside, V is a blaster and an enchanter. Xe* is exactly the sort of wizard who would want to target xir enemies with impunity while hiding behind the safety of invisibility. Whether it is worth the extra spell levels is debatable, but V *could* get good use out of it over invisibility.

*man, writing with gender neutral pronowns feels wierd

Use They/Their/Them.

Gender neutral pronouns that have existed since the modern language was codified. And nearly all of my non-binary friends prefer them, to boot.

They/their/them are plural, correct? What is the gender neutral singular pronoun besides "it" that would work well? I'm really curious in the "I want to know so as to better communicate" form of curiosity.
"They/their/them" works perfectly well when you want to refer to someone, but you're uncertain of their gender.
Coolness. Seems odd that they/their/them applies to an individual, but I'll happily take it!

You probably use it a lot but don't realise it.

"Hey, someone's left their wallet behind."
"Oh, I hope they come back for it."
"Yeah, sucks to be them now, though."

Not that uncommon, but people always seem to think it's odd.

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Apparently, the Haunted Heroes Handbook has rules for a Wendo channelling Medium, which may be relevant.

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Elton,

Ther's also the Juju oracle mystery which appears in Faith and Pantheons as well as some more detail on Voudoun-like spirits in Pathfinder 39: city of Seven-Spears

Thank you very much!! :)

Paul, I'm having a hard time finding the pdf. Do you have a link?

Here's City of Seven Spears.

And here's Faiths and Philosophies

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Liz Courts wrote:
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It is soon

Damn ninjas!

>.>

<.<
...
^_^

As the absense of a g shows, I did not mean our esteemed community ma-gninja. :-)

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Elton,
Ther's also the Juju oracle mystery which appears in Faith and Pantheons as well as some more detail on Voudoun-like spirits in Pathfinder 39: city of Seven-Spears

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It is soon

Damn ninjas!

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Lou,
Given people are still talking about Benghazi even though that was investigated to death and found nothing to be wrong with her conduct, I doubt another ten inquiries would be enough. As thejeff said, right now any Republican call for an investigation into Clinton is "boy who cried wolf" stuff. She's been investigated for more than 2 decades and bugger all has been found. She's either no more guilty than any other politician, or she's a criminal mastermind who's able to evade all areas of government and the FBI leaving less trace than a high level rogue with a ring of invisibility. One of these things is a little more likely than the other.

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At first level my military bard with Catch-Off Guard killed more things with his shovel than his longsword. Sooooo many skeletons. The rest of the players still refer to him as the Shovel Knight and I haven't used it in months.
Although now with Versatile Weapon it makes it more useful again.

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Around 8, Red Book Basic D&D and Mayfair's DC super-heroes.

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Samy wrote:
Enh. I think I have enough APs for now. Hope you guys like it.

Enough APs? o_O BURN THE HERETIC!!!

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But Claude Shannon studied at University of Michigan. Michigan is the state where Mitt Romney was born. Mitt Romney is Mormon. Mormons are a cult that oppose traditional family values, so anything Claude Shannon said is part of the conspiracy to degrade American values.

And thus the true foundations of mathematics are laid bare.

Russell and Whitehead were wrong. Math isn't based on set theory. Even in 1910, math was merely a plot to make sure the yet-to-be-born Hillary Clinton became president.

I've heard crazier conspiracy theories.

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And now the man who got us all into this mess has been appointed to the post of Foreign Secretary..in other words "You got us into this Boris now deal with the consequences" Talk about being handed a poison chalice

Serves the bugger right

Except the rest of us have to suffer, too.

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ACG, Page 62 under Spontaneous Casting

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Charles, They did. Repeatedly. It didn't matter, the same lies were trotted out milliseconds after the Leave camp admitted they were lies.
Plus the whole "the british people have had enough if experts" is posibly ture. We've always been suspicious of people smarter ths. ourselve. Not quite as bad as the States but certainly there.
Plus plus, it's hard to stand up to propoganda when you've been fuelling it. What were Cameron and Os bourne suppsoed to say?" Well, actually, cahps, the EU is pretty good for us. I know, I know, I always say how hard I'm battling the, to cut red tape, but really, it's a pretty good arrangement."

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Condolences to all who knew him.

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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:
HK-47 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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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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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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