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RPG Superstar 2014 Top 16, RPG Superstar 2013 Top 16. RPG Superstar 2013 Marathon Voter, 2014 Dedicated Voter. FullStarFullStarFullStar Venture-Lieutenant, Tennessee—Kingsport. 3,170 posts (3,987 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. No wishlists. 10 Pathfinder Society characters. 18 aliases.


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"Can everybody huddle up a little closer? The radius for this effect is measured in inches."

(A rather hilarious typo, but otherwise not a bad item at all. An easy upvote.)

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RainyDayNinja wrote:
"Anyone who touches this item instantly knows everything about how its powers work," a.k.a. "But I don't wanna waste my skill ranks on Spellcraft!"

And its companion, "I'm sick of you making your Spellcraft checks! I don't want you to know what this item does until you actually use it!"

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The ki idea would be good, because there are a number of spells which seem designed to be used by monks, for some reason (Ki Arrow, Ki Leech, Blood Crow Strike). I wish I'd thought of that before, because I would have entered that!

Here's what I had written up for a martial staff that I didn't enter:

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The engravings on this rough-hewn wooden staff depict feats of physical prowess. In addition to activating this staff as a spell-trigger item, the user can also activate it by spending a number of uses of martial flexibility, inspiration, or panache points equal to the number of charges required for the spell used. This still consumes charges from the staff as normal. When activated in this way, treat the user’s base attack bonus as her caster level, and Wisdom bonus (if using martial flexibility), Intelligence bonus (if using inspiration), or Charisma bonus (if using panache) as the spellcasting ability modifier. It can also be recharged by spending 3 uses of one of these abilities in place of a spell slot.

I couldn't come up with a spell list I liked for it, so I abandoned it, but it sounds like a lot of people had similar ideas. I look forward to seeing if anyone made it work better than I did.

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I've never had a problem as a player or GM with the PCs hanging out together for days after the mission ends to nurse each other back to health.

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skyshark wrote:
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theheadkase wrote:
That preview function on the submission is priceless! It was around 20 words less than my word processor (Google Drive Document).
If you had all your formatting notations like [./b] other services will count those as words
[b][/b] are supposed to be included in the submission, so words like "price" and "aura" are bolded? There goes my entry for this year.

Also, be careful about describing your formatting errors in detail, because that can break anonymity.

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Tom Phillips wrote:
Jacob W. Michaels wrote:
Here's hoping I can match Tom Phillips with a third run at the brass ring.

Cheering for you! We need more three-peats.

Although my record of three consecutive years should be safe for another few years. ;-)

Ahem.

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Chris Shaeffer wrote:
I think we're gonna get A LOT of staves this year because of the perceived challenge and prestige of it. ;p

Would you go so far as to call it a staff infection?

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Chris Shaeffer wrote:
I think we're gonna get A LOT of staves this year because of the perceived challenge and prestige of it. ;p

Sort of like we had 6/32 (IIRC) fey creatures last year for the urban monsters round.

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Everyone who has voted in previous RPG Superstar competitions knows that there are some item concepts that keep showing up, no matter how many times they've been done before, or how many times people are warned against them. But with the switch to other types of magic items, how might those cliches change? Here are my predictions:

On the way out:
-Magic Walkie-Talkies (they'll still be here, mostly as rings, but I predict a lot less of them)
-Camping items

Here to stay:
-Spells in a can (will any staves avoid this?)
-Skill bonuses in a can
-Blood, gore, and mutilation
-Elaborate backstories (on steroids this year)

The new cliches:
-Life-stealing swords
-Metamagic feats disguised as rods
-Items intended to "fix" the ACG classes
-Weapon/armor special abilities instead of unique items

What are your predictions?

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1) Bit of Luck lasts for 1 round, which means it ends at the start of your next turn. So it depends on the skill you're using. If it takes a standard action or longer, then you don't get another standard action before Bit of Luck runs out, and it won't work. But for your example of Acrobatics, that's part of a move action, so it would work because you can use Bit of Luck as a standard and still have your move.

2) Protection from Evil is not a personal range spell, so unless the Shining Wayfinder adds a restriction about casting it on yourself, you're good.

3) These are rules questions, so this should be in the Rules forum. Flagged to be moved.


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Male Human Wizard (Manipulator) 4 | Init +1 | HP 30/30 | AC 12, T 11, FF 11 | Fort +5, Ref +5, Will +6 | CMB +1, CMD 12 | Perc +0, SensMtv +7

"Of course I understand what it means, but perhaps you should explain it for my companions' sakes."


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Dirge Bard 4 | AC 20 T 13 FF 17 | HP 31/31 | F +4 R +7 W +4 | Init +9 | Perc +0 (Darkvision 60) | Sense Motive +7 | Performance 14/15

"Two words: training montage."

Perform (Eye of the Tiger): 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (13) + 5 = 18

-Posted with Wayfinder


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Dirge Bard 4 | AC 20 T 13 FF 17 | HP 31/31 | F +4 R +7 W +4 | Init +9 | Perc +0 (Darkvision 60) | Sense Motive +7 | Performance 14/15

Is that 7th-level cleric of Abadar gonna pitch in at all?

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I agree with Mark that Paizo-built pregens won't add enough useful feedback. I like the idea of building playtest characters as pregens, but GMs would need the ability to veto them, or even have a requirement that the build be discussed with the GM beforehand. This would ideally leave the option open for close-knit groups who can pre-plan and communicate, or for those players that a GM trusts to get the rules more-or-less correct, but keep people from foisting dysfunctional characters on an unprepared GM.

My main concern is that it could be disruptive on a social level if a player reacts badly to his or her playtest character getting vetoed, or a GM feels pressured to accept a character he or she is confused by.


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Dirge Bard 4 | AC 20 T 13 FF 17 | HP 31/31 | F +4 R +7 W +4 | Init +9 | Perc +0 (Darkvision 60) | Sense Motive +7 | Performance 14/15

"Those potions seem a bit expensive. But I wouldn't mind having some of those scrolls around if we can get them for a bargain..."

Dagon pounces on the opening bid, putting on a display of impatience. "255 gold pieces! Although I might need someone to make change for me if it goes for less than two thousand."

Bluff: 1d20 + 12 ⇒ (16) + 12 = 28

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David Bowles wrote:
Joseph Kellogg wrote:
Yeah, I don't really care if they crush the scenario. It's certainly better than spending a half-hour in the boss fight biting my fingernails and searching for a way to avoid killing them.
Oh, I don't do that, either. I just kill the PCs if they can't handle the BBEG. PFS BBEG's aren't usually that hot.

Well, these days my wife is usually playing at my table. And "Angry Wife" is a condition that you'd better make sure is cleared by the end of the scenario...

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Christopher Dudley wrote:
RainyDayNinja wrote:
Christopher Dudley wrote:
Sorry I'm late. Work was murder.
Spiderman 2, right?
Oh... so close, and yet....

Wait... duh. I remembered it was Norman Osbourne when he showed up for Thanksgiving dinner, but it didn't occur to me to think about what movie he was the villain in.

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It's not necessarily evil, for instance if it's used against vermin, plants, animals, or evil outsiders.

Whether it's evil to use it on intelligent humanoids and the like is up for interpretation, but even if it is, evil acts are not banned. It should probably be treated the same as using an [evil] spell, such as death knell.

On the other points, I'm guessing the range is supposed to be touch. And given the conditions to pull it off, it's essentially just a magic coup-de-grace.

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Stephen Radney-MacFarland wrote:
I am very open to suggestions on what kind of emotional foci folks want to see.

Cowbell.

"I had a fever, and the only cure was more cowbell. Sadly, it didn't arrive in time..."

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I think the 3 main issues for the Medium are:

1) The proficiencies, spirit bonus, and spirit abilities are not enough to make him a competent martial class on par with any full-BAB class. And with 4 skill points and 4-level spellcasting, he's even worse at other roles.

2) The selection of spirits, especially when their abilities interact with each other, is too complicated.

3) A class feature that gives the GM control of your character for the rest of the day will only end in tears.

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blahpers wrote:

As someone pointed out in another thread: The occultist doesn't have any* spells on her spell list that work with the summoning focus resonant power.

*Or at least "many". I haven't checked thoroughly, but at the least it's missing the usual suspects for 1 round/level summons, such as summon monster I and summon nature's ally.

So far, it looks like the best use for the Occultist is to hand out his implements to the rest of the party at the start of the day, then stay at camp to craft while they go out and do the adventuring.

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OverLordXIII wrote:
I noticed the class has the class skill disable device, and I am not sure if I miss it or not (my pdf reader is acting wonky for some reason), but do they or will they be able to disable magical traps?

I didn't see it, but that would be a nice power for Abjuration implements.

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How about a big expedition to Sarusan or Arcadia? It might be interesting to have PFS scenarios explore the currently-uncharted areas of Golarion, instead of waiting for modules and APs to blaze the trails first.


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Dirge Bard 4 | AC 20 T 13 FF 17 | HP 31/31 | F +4 R +7 W +4 | Init +9 | Perc +0 (Darkvision 60) | Sense Motive +7 | Performance 14/15
Kaelic wrote:
After I take a hit from that wand.

None of us can use the lightning bolt wand, or else I'd be behind your plan 100%


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Dirge Bard 4 | AC 20 T 13 FF 17 | HP 31/31 | F +4 R +7 W +4 | Init +9 | Perc +0 (Darkvision 60) | Sense Motive +7 | Performance 14/15

Reflex: 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (20) + 6 = 26

Dagon dances out of the way of the electric attack, steps to the side, and tries to take the wand out of play.

Grease on the wand. DC 15 Reflex save or drop it.

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Ninja/Sorcerer/Arcane Trickster could work. You can use a ninja trick to vanish as a swift action, and you have good stat synergy with your Charisma (but wizard would get your level 2 spells faster).

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Finlanderboy wrote:

Orc bloodline is pretty awesome.

Darkivision is huge.

Yeah, darkvision. That's, uh, totally why I picked the Orc bloodline, guys...

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Nefreet wrote:

This actually belongs in the Rules Questions forum, as it's not a PFS-specific question.

He's talking about the Celestial Servant feat, from the Advanced Race Guide.

Last I recall seeing this come up, the CR of an Animal Companion was equal to the effective Druid level of the PC (though I may be mistaken).

That's what James Jacobs said in his thread at one point, and I don't know of any more recent or definitive word on the subject.

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Making Call of Duty: Romance edition in nice pink box with hearts and flowers would, but no one is suggesting that.

"Cupid is back on the job! To fight against a world where superficial online interactions have left the world cynical, he's trading in his bow and arrows for a modern arsenal of 28 unique weapons, designed for maximum romantic carnage. The government wants him to stop, so he'll need all of it to get past armored tanks, take down enemy snipers, and eliminate the mutant super-soldiers sent to kill him. He won't rest until the city of New York is head-over-heels--or he'll die trying!

In stores Spring 2015."

I'd play it.

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I actually have a Tengu inquisitor of Norgorber, so he's a crow of murder. You should totally all worship Norgorber.

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Dagger Pistol (for gunslingers). Stick it in a spring-loaded wrist sheath for a back-up gun in a pinch!

Potion of Remove Blindness

Oil of Daylight

A 5-in-one set of scrolls of Lesser Restoration

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Finlanderboy wrote:
Don't mess with texas is an anti-litter slogan

Checks Wikipedia...

Mind = blown

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Jaçinto wrote:

Ok I have been avoiding Big Eyes Small Mouth like the plague but you are making me want to check it out now and give it a chance.

Also, that is a sucky predicament you are in. Want this guy gone but don't want to hurt the store since it seems to be struggling and he is giving it money. Though if he keeps it up, eventually you may have to inform the police on a sexual harassment charge which would probably stick what with this creep's priors.

I admit I kinda torment people at my table as well but I have rules. First, if I mess with you in any way I am giving you full permission to mess with me. if you can't take it, don't do it. Second, if I ever cross a line just tell me, in any form you are capable of doing, and I will stop immediately.

Aside from that, the best you can do maybe is have the GM make his game as distasteful to his player as possible. I mean, sure he can play but don't expect buffs from anyone and also, hey it looks like the monsters are all targeting him again. Basically try to make it so he wont want to play with your group and just to go to a different table.

Oh another bad background thing is when a player makes an interesting background but then totally dumps anything to do with it when the game starts. Ok, one player plays a merfolk character after his first one died. He put in his story that this was his character's brother and he was seeking revenge for the death of his brother. He finds out a giant moray eel killed him and then the party ate him. He just shrugs to the party with a "Oh ok then, whatever." After they admit they ate his brother's corpse.

Don't feed the troll. That user has a history of inventing over-the-top horror stories that don't add up.

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I think LazarX has the right idea. A True Primitive can't read or write, but might still be quite gregarious and well-socialized. The Feral Child seems like it's just asking for disruptive role-play ("I sniff the diplomat's butt because I was raised by wolves! I take a dump in the potted plant because that's how bears do it in the forest! Aren't I hilarious, guys?")

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Brian Lefebvre wrote:
Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:

It was easier to not have to seat GMs on top of players; my only minor issue is one that will not change ... as a shorter marshal being surrounded on all sides by players all clamoring for a seat.

Something for marshals to stand on would be awesome.

It might be possible to ask the players closest to you to take a knee, or bow down before the marshal, to help see the back of the crowd.

Only the penitent players shall pass...

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Dennis Baker wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
Jim Groves wrote:
Necromancer wrote:
(Clr/Sha/Wit) Speak with Haunt: Haunt answers one question/2 levels.
I don't usually do this, but I have to say.. I cooked that one up to help add roleplaying elements to them, which seemed to be a frequent source of complaints.
I expect the most common question will be "What do you want!?" or some other variant of "How do we make you go away?"

Here I was thinking:

"What is your favorite color?"

"Would you like a spot of tea?"

"Do you have Prince Albert in a can?"

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A Catholic priest, a Baptist preacher, and Jewish rabbi were all friends and liked to go out into the woods once a month to spend a weekend with nature, talk shop, and otherwise take time to refresh themselves.

One month, they ran into this grizzled old mountain man, who told them, "You know, anybody can preach to regular ol' people. It takes a real man to preach to the bears!" The three clergy decided they were up for the challenge, and agreed to meet back up the next month and compare notes.

When they met again, the Catholic priest was the first to speak up, and he had several stitched-up cuts and bruises. "Well, I was speaking the Gospel to this bear, and he started clawing me and biting at me, but when I sprinkled some holy water on him, he became as gentle as a lamb and converted, and now he's teaching Sunday School."

The Baptist preacher was the next to chime in, and he was even more injured, with an arm in a sling, and bandages covering numerous wounds on his chest and face. "Oh yeah? I was preaching the Word to this bear, and he started mauling me, but I worked him down to the river and dunked him in baptism, and after that he repented, and we're making him a deacon next week!"

The Jewish rabbi, who was in a wheelchair and covered head-to-toe in bandages, piped up. "Oh sure, you guys had it easy! You ever tried to circumcise one of those things?"

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Dylos wrote:
Dazz wrote:
The only real problem I can see on the twins character is you could confuse the GM who's reporting it if you're going as a different name than what's connected to your character number.
The character's name on the sign in sheet doesn't have to be the same as the name I give to the other players, and the name of the alias on the paizo forums could include both names. For example, let's say the twins were named Bob and Sue and their last name was Porter, the alias could be Bob/Sue Porter, though that may lead to even more confusion.

You could just name them both Darryl.

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G: [over the radio] "I know! You construct a weapon. Look around you; can you form some sort of rudimentary lathe?"
J: "A lathe? Get off the line!"

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If you only ever plan on playing in your group, you don't even have to play by PFS rules. You could just make it a home game that uses the PFS scenarios, and don't get official credit for it.

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How about an elf Treesinger druid with a sapling treant companion, who spends all day wildshaped into a raccoon? Plus a dip into gunslinger.

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Brigg wrote:

You peer over to the character sheet of the player next to you and see:

Human Barbarian
"Dual Talent" Racial trait
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STR: 8
DEX: 20
CON: 20
INT: 7
WIS: 7
CHA: 7

The player sees you looking and says, "I wanna see if this works out. I'm tired of getting knocked down."

Just make him an Urban Barbarian with Dervish Dance and a clear spindle ioun stone, and watch him go!


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Male Human Wizard (Manipulator) 4 | Init +1 | HP 30/30 | AC 12, T 11, FF 11 | Fort +5, Ref +5, Will +6 | CMB +1, CMD 12 | Perc +0, SensMtv +7

"I think this alleyway might be part of a network of alleys that interconnects the streets, an 'internet' you might call it, which would allow travel throughout this district without being seen. Such a thing would be a valuable resource for a thieves' guild. Anyone care to explore it with me?"

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Kelly Youngblood wrote:
Ring_of_Gyges wrote:
Spring load wrist sheaths to draw potions as swift actions and Accelerated Drinker to drink them as move actions. Also very useful in using Breath of Life scrolls in a timely manner.
Forget scrolls, wear First Aid Gloves. 4500GP buys you two castings of Breath of Life anyone can use. And most importantly, they're always at hand.

And since your gloves slot is taken up, consider spellguard bracers instead of gloves of elvenkind. +2 to concentration, and 3/day roll twice and take the better, for those times when you absolutely, positively, have to cast that spell successfully!

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I finished my Hugo Awards reading today (and by "finished," I mean I gave up on two of the novel samples, and I'm not even touching The Wheel of Time).

Parasite by Mira Grant was the most readable of the three samples, and I was surprised with how quickly I got through the 100 pages I had. That being said, it's a zombie novel, but 100 pages in and there hasn't been so much as a nibble! It gets my number 2 spot, since it didn't bore me like Ancillary Justice or Neptune's Brood, but I'm not going to bother buying the full novel.

Now I can finally start on the new Monster Hunter book. So much glorious violence...

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Vrog Skyreaver wrote:
...or as Jesus put it "do unto others as you'd have done to you".

I don't think Jesus is the right person to look to for table etiquette. He has a history of flipping tables over when he gets upset.

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Oil of Residual Tracking. 50 gp for an oil which, when applied to a footprint, will give you a perfect image of whoever left it, including gear they're carrying and even the look on their face. They don't even get a save or spell resistance.

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12. If you're going to eat a snack, don't eat something that's going to gross out the other people at the table (Once I played a game at a con next to a kid who was eating some kind of seaweed chip that smelled like dead fish).

13. Basic hygeine means more than just bathing. If something on your face starts bleeding (like because you were picking at it, or you just got a nosebleed), go get a tissue. Don't just lick the blood from your hand like a cat.

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In general, extradimensional spaces don't function inside of other extradimensional spaces. Since the pit you create is an extradimensional space, you can't create another one inside it.

And that also means that when the wizard falls into the pit, he can't pull the scroll of spider climb out of his handy haversack.

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