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Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 6 Season Marathon Voter, 7 Season Dedicated Voter. Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 2,361 posts (3,273 including aliases). 3 reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 3 Pathfinder Society characters. 23 aliases.


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I think, in regards to trump possession, just as any other items, you have to pay for them in order for them to belong intrinsically to you. With the GM's permission, there is no reason you cannot have Trumps at the start of the game. You may not be able to pick who is in those Trumps, and you may be subject to whichever scrying/sabotage is built into them.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Well, before work, then, 2 for Warden of Arden

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

And be a slave to a man with a beard like that?

For a mere2 point difference? Even secretive ole Chumpity chump chump isn't that much of a chump is he?

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10
Alric of the Purple Nacre wrote:

But, we could spend 23 points, and be 3.5 Rank?

That is correct.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Once the party is out of sight, the feruse collector leaves his cart and travels a few streets, and knocks on the back door of a modest mercantile house. The door opens and he speaks a few words before being handed a few coins. He then returns to his cart and continues sweeping up garbage.

Roonie Perception 1d20 + 13 ⇒ (15) + 13 = 28

Roonfizzle:

You hear the garbage man say "They've just passed, with the girl in tow."
The man in the house is at a bad angle to see his face, but you notice his long fingers as he places five copper coins in the cart pusher's hand.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Soon after leaving the political sector and entering the market area, Roonie does notice someone who watches the group for longer than idle curiosity should allow. A man dressed in lower caste robes, pushing a cart with a broom and shovel, and heaped with refuse, stares at the group as they pass. He looks away when the group approached, pretending to be busy with his sweeping and collecting, but goes back to watching them after.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Hali finishes her brushing and then retires to the room offered by Calista.

The night gives you an opportunity to settle matters of security, and you have an opportunity in the morning to further your investigations as you wish before meeting the guard captain.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

With a few swift motions, the team of Quicky and Wingblade turn scant resistance to no resistance. The other men in the warehouse put their hands up as the two weapon grabbers fall.

Fusion identifies the news feeds as channels covering "local" stories about metahumans, financial reports, and congressional watch.

As she examines the princess closer, she notes a striking resemblance to one Shayera Kinney, aka Wingblade.

Liberty's Edge

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Viscount K wrote:

Reckless/Chaney: Just to clarify - you were raised in the court of Amber and went out to Cynosure?

Correct. Basically went to Cynosure "rebelling" and looking for his father and fell in love with the city's differences from the totality of experience he had had up to that point, and then spent quite a bit of time in Shadow.

I figured I'd leave it a bit loose on who his mother was for now. Certainly Fiona or Flora are the obvious choices, although maybe he's the product of someone in Merlin's generation instead.

Liberty's Edge

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Cornielius wrote:
Reckless wrote:
Think I'll be working on a child of one of Amber's princesses and one of Grimjack's incarnations.

As in John Gaunt/James Twilley/one of the clones?

Are you saying someone other than me remembers that comic?

Also Cynosure/Amber makes an in-ter-resting mix.
Very in-ter-resting.

Yep. Possibly another incarnation of him, since his fate was tied to Cynosure and he had other reincarnations not explored in the comics. Either way, it's a tie-in I have fun with.

Quote from Grimjack Wiki page:

In the fourth chapter of his 1986 Amber novel Blood of Amber, Zelazny introduced a character named "Old John". Old John, who works as an emissary for the King of Amber, is described as having a "nasty-looking scar running both above and below his left eye" and a "nasty grin", wearing a dark feathered hat.[20] Zelazny, a fan of the Grimjack series since its premiere issue,[14] later contributed the introduction to the Grimjack graphic novel Demon Knight. In the short story "The Shroudling and the Guisel," published posthumously in Amberzine #8, Zelazny refers to Grimjack by name: "I stood among the grave markers of unknown mortals—Dennis Colt, Remo Williams, John Gaunt—and swore to be her champion if ever she needed one." This story was later reprinted in the Zelazny collection, Manna from Heaven.

Viscount K wrote:


Sounds interesting, but be aware I have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. That's no bar to doing it, though! Just don't presume I have any knowledge whatsoever about your source material.

Grimjack is essentially a mercenary for hire who lives in a world that considers itself (mistake, obviously) to be the center of the multiverse; Cynosure, a place where dimensions meet and mingle, where the rules of physics can change when you cross the street, where greedy corporate police clash with mercenary armies. Here, John Gaunt, veteran of the Demon Wars, the second best warrior ever to rise from the Cynosure Arena, plies his trade from Munden's Bar.

He's worked for all sorts of critters for reasons mostly his own. Apparently King Random was one of these people.

Grimjack's soul is tied to Cynosure in an unknown fashion, and because he rejected heaven in order to save his friend from his reanimated corpse, his soul returns as long as the city lives. He's had many incarnations over the centuries; the ones me & Cornelius and a scant few others know about are John Gaunt, his clone Jack Chaney, and a reincarnated version of Grimjack by the name James Twilley.

Grimjack has had many lovers, but truly only one love, a woman he considers himself to have utterly failed.

His first son was manipulated into hating him, and died at his hands.

He's a man who carries scars from lifetimes worth of suffering and cruelty, but maintains a personal code above everything else, and I want him to have been my character's pa. :)

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Blademaster

You can see the screen, it seems to be running a program seeking and deleting files from the server.

Wingblade

Your blades slice cleanly through the cable, sparks flying as you do so. Luckily as you fly you're not grounded, so the charge coursing into you is minimal.

Toughness 1d20 + 17 ⇒ (5) + 17 = 22 Not an issue.

Fusion

There is an eagle head and a crocodile head.

As you move the mouse, the projector hums to life and a series of images appear on the wall.... news feeds from local channels in NYC and DC and surrounding areas, covering a background which seems to be a scan of some ancient Egyptian painting of a young princess (with seven news feeds covering most of her-you could minimize or close them to get a better look.)

Quicky and Wingblade

The men are startled by the sparking cables and sudden appearance of Quicky demanding their surrender. Only two of them (guess which ones Quicky) snap into action, while the others look more likely to surrended. Those two grab two of the tridents off the racks. you may take actions before they get a chance to use them.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Hali frowns, "Of course I have a home.And Funipel will be worried if I don't get back there." she looks at Sir Yander, her from decreasing a bit. But if I stay here, and he takes me home, Funipel can see I'm not lying. She switches back to Taldan, addressing Yander "But, as lung as you think it is the best, Sir Yander, I will be staying the tunight."

Liberty's Edge

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Think I'll be working on a child of one of Amber's princesses and one of Grimjack's incarnations. Old John having been mentioned in one of the books as a useful agent and all.

Edit: heh, might even pick up one of them thar PRGs Lord Phaeton was draggin about/

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Gonna put this here dot right here, then read through the rest of the thread.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Brinedart Industries

Moving with stealth, Haunt and Blademaster infiltrate the building, while Fusion finds an empty office on the upper (seventh) floor.

Fredericks and his bodyguard take the elevator up to the sixth floor, entering an area of cubicles. "Keep your eyes open, Rogers."

He turns on a terminal and attaches a thumbdrive.

The office Fusion finds seems to be that of an executive. The office is sparse, but what dressing there is seems Egyptian. There are Egyptian masks and palm fronds on the wall. The actual furnishings are quite modern, with a computer terminal built into the desk and an overhead digital projector pointed towards the wall opposite the desk.

Norwalk Warehouse

In the warehouse, a dozen men greet the truck and begin offloading the weapons, placing them on racks then attaching them with massive cables to a huge, humming generator. Of the dozen men, two are from the crew Quicky worked with in DC loading crates.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

[spoiler=Rahdeem]
The girl seems to be being honest, if nothing else out of a sense of fright of Calista.
[/ooc]

Hali smiles a little at Calista's compliment, relief washing over her mind as she is praised instead of scolded, and more than pleased at being given food.

"Well, I told Funipel about meeting Sir Yander and Lady Junebug, oh, and about getting to see the castle, but she didn't believe me. She can be such a brat...." she looks hungrily at her plate, flinching but catching the roll Yander throws at her, her smile widening as she takes a bite. Mouth full of roll, she switches to sloppy Taldan (more due to food in her mouth than actual deficiency at this point) to say "Thank yew, Sir Yandew."

Hali swallows the bit of food, saying to Calista (back in udrani) "Thank you for the food, I am quite hungry. Is that merchant a bad man? His breath stunk of strange meats."

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

I'll try to get a decent post up this evening after work :)

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Peachy.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

"Well, I thought about going back to the castle and asking, but didn't think they'd let me back in. Then, I thought of that question you asked His Honor Lord Pandisar regarding a house of safety just before Sir Yander had me sent home. I figured it would have to be in the noble district, so I waited in the merchant district near the gateway to the noble district, and, after awhile I saw Lady Junebug.....Am I in trouble?" Hali frowns, on the verge of tearing up at the thought.

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If you've got a potato or something similar, you can nuke (for 4 minutes or so) it and put it inside the warm wet towel, the heat should take longer to dissipate.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

The truck Wingblade and Quicky follow takes several turns and switchbacks, but they manage to avoid detection from the driver, who eventually pulls the truck out of the city and heads north and east and pulling into another warehouse, in Norwalk, CN.

Frederick's car travels into Manhattan, eventually pulling into the garage of a building marked with Brinedart's logo.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Hali sits, somewhat nervously, across from Calista, listening to her questions. She nods, understanding. "I was down in the market, looking for more work, because Sir Yander was no longer needing me, when the man came up to me." she closes her eyes, picturing him "He was old, loosing his hair, but had a thick mustache. He wore the robes of a merchant."

Calista "sees" the mental image of the man through her thought reading, more middle aged than "old", and notices something else, probably brought up by Hali's subconscious as she tries to picture the man: his fingers seem abnormally long.

"He said that he wanted me to bring the note to, how did he say, 'that foreigner I was seen with at the palace', giving me a silver. He looked and spoke Vudrani, but his voice had this weird accent. He told me not to read the note, but I can't read Taldan anyway, only speak it some."

Rolls:
1d20 + 0 ⇒ (10) + 0 = 10 Will
1d20 + 12 ⇒ (20) + 12 = 32 Calista Perception

Liberty's Edge

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Ay-Yup, ah reckon.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

"I believe Lady Hawary will suffice. Good night."

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

"There are many servants in the palace, and the cult does its best to groom the lower castes into their service. Such a possibility is why I requested you directly communicate with me rather than using any kind of messenger." Lord Pansidar concurs with your assessment of the possibilities, it would seem. "Please proceed with caution, as they have shown willingness to murder anyone they see as standing against them. They threaten even the Thakur."

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Summary:
Two nights ago, Quicky was loading crates marked with a stylized trident into a truck for Hammerdown Transportation in Bethesda, MD. The men he worked with spoke in a strange accent, and the man giving the orders was Richmond Destine, an oily smelling man and the VP of operations for Hammerdown. Destine called Quicky by his civilian name.

Hammerdown was founded a year ago, having acquired a fleet of trucks and warehouses from a foreclosure sale. The business is privately owned by Castle Fredricks, a driver for the previous company who struck luck with the lotto. He brought Destine aboard to help run the company.
Destine is the former logistics manager for a few trucking firms. He moved quickly up the ladder of those companies. Before his work for the first of these companies, there is little to no information about him.

Your research does turn up a false birth certificate and social security number. Blademaster has identified Destine as being an Atlantean who worked as a shock trooper for Maxiseth during WW II.

Last night, two apparently related incidents occurred. In a warehouse on Gotham's docks, Haunt found an active munitions factory, apparently utilizing materials delivered from DC to Gotham by Hammerdown on behalf of Brinedart, Inc. The weapons were being assembled by squid-faced-men called squiln, an apparent "cousin" race to the Atlanteans. They are trident-like and can generate blasts of highly pressurized water.

Secondly, in DC Wingblade encountered three thugs with low-level superhuman abilities attempting to kidnap some "War Brides". While two of them were armed with conventional weapons, the third had a completed water trident.

Hammerdown has been making night time deliveries on and off for about two weeks now to a warehouse in Gotham's dock district. The trucks pull into the warehouse at night and drive off the following morning each time. Surveillance tapes show Arthur Brinedart a.k.a Maxiseth, the mad brother to Atlantis' King, entering or leaving the warehouse on three occasions.

Arthur Brinedart is a widower who founded the company shortly before his wife died in a car accident. His deceased wife was Celine Hemmingworth-Brinedart, a young and attractive billionaire whose money funded the start-up company. They were married for seven years before her death. Her death was ruled accidental, and Brinedart was in a meeting with the board of his company at the time. Brinedart inherited her entire fortune, her parents having committed suicide a year before they met. Brinedart rarely appears in public. You have pretty good information indicating that Brinedart is actually Maxiseth, a WW II villian.

Brinedart, Inc.: Founded in 1988 by Arthur Brinedart, this technologies company has primarily focused on radar, sonar, x-ray, and other "detection" hardware. They are a major supplier for several local hospitals, airports, and boat manufacturers.

Blademaster recalls an old article regarding the Atlanteans in National Geographic that discussed their religious beliefs. They spoke of reincarnation and exposure to something called the "Nylian Mist" calling forth the spirits of the ancient gods of Egypt, giving them a dual awareness of past and present and guiding their actions. The mist is also their means of activating their latent genes, changing their appearance and granting them their powers and extended lifespans.

Haunt's activities in the warehouse have caused several weapons to malfunction, and Fredricks has decided to split his men up.

One truck heads north towards the bridge going towards upstate NY, while the other heads towards Jersey and Fredricks heads towards downtown.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

The threat was delivered to you on the way to the safehouse, although it is possible that you were followed after that or that the girl is a security risk for the house. Either way, we can say that Calista assumes the safehouse is compromised.

Lord Pandisar nods. "I will take care, and with the lady with me I believe I will make it safely back to the palace." He marks the guard captain's home on your map, as well as his offices. "The letters of writ I provided will give you sufficient authority with the captain, so I will not send advanced word of your arrival to lessen the chances of said word leaking to the cult."

With that, he bids you good night.

The night passes without intrusion, so you may make whatever fortifications you need.

Are you going to approach the Captain at his home early in the morning or later at his offices? Any specific things you want to do in the night or morning hours?

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

A few minutes later, two trucks and a black car pull out of the warehouse area, one truck turning north while the other heads south, the car headed west towards downtown.

Haunt can report that the majority of the men are in the truck headed south, the equipment headed north, while Fredericks, a bodyguard, and his driver are in the car. The squiln leave via the cellar.

I'll try to get the requested summary up in discussion tonight after work to help get us all on the same page.

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I've found Fantasy Grounds to be a very nice program to run games with, having recently purchased the full package. I've downloaded a number of the community packs and extensions, and have even purchased a few modules and rule systems beyond the core.

There is a module available for purchase called Road to Revolution, by (I think) Kobold Press which has all the maps, encounters, text, handouts, etc. loaded in. Unfortunately, Paizo has not set anything like this up with any of the VTT systems out there; the closest they've come is licensing Lone Wolf to do their APs on Hero Lab and Realms Works. I haven't seen anything on Realms Works' information that leads me to believe it could be effectively used as a VTT to run live games.

Paizo was working on its own VTT, but from my limited understanding, that's been in limbo for quite some time and wasn't made public beyond a few invited board members.

I second your "motion" to license to some of the established VTTs. Fantasy Grounds would be great!

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

"I will gladly see this arranged, and you have my thanks for your consideration in the matter. The map is easily furnished, Lady Calista, as I believe you will find several in the library. The rest will take time, but I believe I can arrange for Captain Kanezak to meet with you. Would you prefer he come here, or should I arrange for you to meet him at a secondary location?"

good idea what to do with Raziya, btw.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Hali nods solemnly, seemingly frightened by Yander's earnest worry.

That settled, you join the Lord in his manor and show him the merchant's head, tongue burned out by acid of some kind. He does little to hide his disgust at her treatment. "Savage sons of a ...." he clears his throat "Your pardons. Please, share with me your conquests and concerns."

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Not able to get things pulled together, withdrawing; good luck everyone!

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Interested. Would the alacritous creature template be approved?

I'm thinking of a character focused on reincarnation as an alternative the current soul devouring crush.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

"Sir Yander, a mun give me a silver to give this to yew." she holds out a note, a smile plastered on her face.

note:

In common: "The promise of death awaits you if you choose to keep interfering. The eyes of the Ebon Destroyer see all. The one bearing this note is known to you, and now she is known to us."

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

The people in the warehouse check through their equipment, and curses can be heard by those with enhanced hearing.

Fredericks dials the phone again. "Boss. It happened again. The power cells- all dead."

Over the phone "That's impossible- I checked them myself! Somebody is tampering with them. The client is not going to be happy. Get your people out of that warehouse. We need to switch up our operation. I'll meet you at the tower in two hours. Bring the squiln with you."

Fredericks swallows, "O-ok, boss. You got it." and hangs up the phone. "Pack it up, people, we're bugging out!" he shouts.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Well, congrats on the new job! It was fun playing with you, and best of luck.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Lord Pandisar enters, shedding his cloak after entering the building. "Inside, yes, indeed."

He smiles politely. "Curiosity overwhelms, but I shall abide."

************

As the others make the return trip, Roonie sees a familiar-looking young girl (Hali) spot Yander and head towards the group. She is carrying a folded piece of paper and moving excitedly once she sees him.

Liberty's Edge

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Yes, it is Rahdeem who sees the lord a-knockin'

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Geina is pretty melee-focused, with ways of dealing with ranged combat and a few slas, and decent array of skills for dealing with non-combat scenarios, but she's definitely not a one-woman show.

Liberty's Edge

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Ok, now that GM has posted again (and answered my question, thanks), time to get to work again on Geina

Speaking of questions for the GM: one of the items I had planned on getting was a tireless wayfinder. I wanted to make sure that was OK, since wayfinders are pretty Golarian-specific. It seems like something that could be found on Athas or Eberron.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Lord Pandisar arrives, cloaked and wearing a disguise. He moves quickly and quietly to knock on the door of the house.

Liberty's Edge

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You make your way across the city, using aerial and ground reconnaissance to keep an eye out for anyone following or observing you. Of the former, you see none, but there are plenty of the latter; yours is an unusual group, and plenty of people look at you in curiosity before going about their every day business.

It takes about a half hour to travel across the city and find the abandoned warehouse, leaving you about half an hour to explore it before making the journey back across the city to the safehouse for your meeting.

The ware house is abandoned, but not unused: inside, in the warehouse's cesspit, you find discarded remains of various victims, no pieces big enough to be identifiable, save for the severed head of a woman, one ear adorned with a matching earring to the one Calista found.

A thorough search by Roonie also discovers a discarded, bent, muck-covered falchion made in Vudrani style, its maker's mark stamped under its hilt.

The search leaves you with about twenty minutes before you have to cross the city for your meeting.

In order to make up for time lost due to my lack of posts over this last week, I made some assumptions regarding searches and watches both on the way over and at the cesspit/warehouse.

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

Blinded specifically says they have to make a DC 10 Acrobatics check to move faster than half speed.

Blind-Fight specifically says:
"You do not need to make Acrobatics skill checks to move at full speed while blinded."

Between the three rules, I think the most reasonable interpretation is that when your vision is impaired (including when you're blinded), your movement is halved, unless you make a DC10 Acrobatics check or have the blind-fight feat.

It is too bad that the chart/rules for tactical movement do not spell this out more clearly.

Liberty's Edge

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Yeah, like if you were in difficult terrain, it would cost you 10' for every move, and you could only move at half speed if blind.

One could make an argument that "obscured vision" and "blinded" shouldn't stack, given a creature without vision cannot have said vision obscured. It seems counter-intuitive that fog should slow down a person who can't see the fog in the first place.

I wonder how it interacts with blindsight, since it only says you may maneuver as well as a person with sight. (Blindsense specifically calls out that "Visibility still affects the movement of a creature with blindsense.")

This (and attack issues) is why all my high level characters usually have fog-cutting lenses.

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Never letting your feet touch the ground beats tremorsense :)

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sorry guys, been a busy week- retail management at Christmastime always is- but I'll get a "moving on" post up tonight. After that, it will probably be Saturday when I post again; will be spending my one guaranteed day off a year with the family Friday.

Hope everyone has a great holiday, whichever they celebrate!

Liberty's Edge

Male Human (Extraplanaer Subtype) Expert 10

The only thing other than what has already been discovered that Roonie found was a slash in one of the floorboards under the blood pool, which might have been made by a longblade of some kind.

"Vitusa was fairly successful, but all her needs were met here. I don't know of any other property she owns. She lived above the shop."

Nothing is found (outside of the party) with detect magic.

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Are you allowing Combat Stamina from unchained, and if so is it feat only or free for fighters?

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grimdog73 wrote:

And a quick question on the extra feats..you mean we get an extra 14 feats? just want to clear that up....

Pretty sure he means every level you don't get one on this chart, so that would be an extra 7 feats at 14th level (instead of 7, you get 14.)

Since I totally missed that, it gives me some more room to play :)

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I am currently working on an Psychic Alacritous Xill Fighter(Weapon Master)14/Stalker 14

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