Paizo Top Nav Branding
  • Hello, Guest! |
  • Sign In |
  • My Account |
  • Shopping Cart |
  • Help/FAQ
About Paizo Messageboards News Paizo Blog Help/FAQ
Marhevok Grunhuld-Wintersun

Rosgakori's page

Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Society Member. 412 posts (424 including aliases). 6 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 7 Pathfinder Society characters. 18 aliases.

Vendor of Fantasiapelit Tampere


RSS

1 to 50 of 412 << first < prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | next > last >>
Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

At long last, it is time for our little group to start Serpent's Skull. Some of the characters were decided over 5 years ago.

Ser Dorian Croshaw II, LN male human cavalier (strategist/standard bearer)
Chelish noble from lesser mariner family, Dorian is traveling to Sargava in a search of gold and fortune. Strict military man, Dorian is typical chelish in the manner that he believes to be better than most people, but keeps his feet to the ground and mind open.

Arhys Martis, LN male human ranger (skirmisher)
Martis family as served the Croshaws for years, as bodyguards and first mates. When Croshaw family fell from grace, Martis's started to groom young Dorian to raise the house back to glory. And with Dorian they sent Arhys, to be his minder and body guard.

Ametrine, CG female elf barbarian (urban barbarian)
Elf from the north with harsh history, including slavery and prison. Now works as a agent for Desna's church in Kyonin, and was sent to map Mwangi and find long lost temples. Going to multiclass multiple times.

No healers or magic users until later, but we'll manage. I hope.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

I think there was once a comic where Masque talked about her scarred features and that she hides "her true face" behind that mask. When she looks at her face, all she sees is horrific face. But when Moon Knight and later Hood took her mask off, she was beautiful as ever. I think it's part of her neurosis, and she also uses it to her advantage these days- if she tells everyone she is scarred, she can disguise better since they don't see her coming.

Unless you are Kate Bishop, of course.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

I still continue to enjoy this series greatly. Caspar Crumb is a great as Vandal Savage, and he is a blast every time.

Spoiler:
Captain Cold part was good, and showed again Miller's great acting skills. I really liked how he interacted with his youngers elf and with his father again.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Hell yeah for Joe West! Man I like that guy. He continues to be one of the best or not the best part of this series.

Spoiler:
It felt so good when he sucker punched Wells in the face.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

2 people marked this as a favorite.

That might be my new favorite cover of all time. So excited for this book!

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

My money's on

Spoiler:
That it's Speedy in that grave. And not killed by Damian. Why demonize Dahrk more? He already has been declared to be killed by Oliver. He already is loathsome and monstrous in his activities.

No, it's Speedy killed by Anarky. By letting Anarky go, this can ultimately be tracked down to be Oliver's fault, at least in his mind. And they are building Anarky as Speedy's very own arch-enemy for reason. Anarky kills Speedy and Oliver then hunts him down.

also

Spoiler:
Genesis? Deathstrike first, then Hive, Damian Dahrk- it's going to be Trigon at the end, isn't it? They have stolen much from Teen Titans rogues gallery already, why stop there.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Damon Griffin wrote:

I didn't like

** spoiler omitted **

Spoiler:
To be fair, he IS s based on e comic book supervillain of the same name, time-travelling and manipulating supervillain David Clinton aka Chronos, arch-nemesis of Atom. And oh boy that's a upgrade on his comics costume.

I really liked these first two episodes. It's fun superhero action with lot of fun characters. They function in battle a bit too well together, but what the hell.

Spoiler:
But oh man, I did NOT see Hawkman's death coming.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

The "Film/TV bent" thing is actually one of the thing that worries me most. While I really like new Marvel and DC movies (okay, at least I like the Marvel ones) I don't want them to be same as the comic universe. I don't go to movies to watch comic books, I go to watch Comic Book Adaptions. There can be and should be differences. That's why I don't really mind differences between, oh let's say between Jared Leto Joker and comis Joker.

This "Film/TV bent" sounds that instead of movies and tv-series resembling comics, comics are going to resemble them. What does this mean exactly? It could mean realism in costume department and characterization. Worst offender must be Arrow where most colorful supervillains and characters are turned to boring, colorless ex-mercs and druglords. I'm looking at you, Vertigo and Captain Boomerang.

It could mean adapting the movie/tv universes as canon. This is the one I'm afraid the most, since it's possible and easy to think as a quick way to get more readers. I hope- HOPE that this is just my paranoid raving, but I fear the worst.

Be it any or none of those, "film/tv bent" does not sound good to me.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

DC comics to relaunch everything with #1s again this summer with a film/tv bent. At least according to Bleeding Cool. I have not yet seen anything official from DC related to this, but at this point I very likely believe that this is happening.

And I'm very pissed. I think Comics Beat had a good article about all this even before this story broke out.

So yeah. New reboot. Yay.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Three thoughts:

Spoiler:
1. The Council of Nine is supposed to be MCU version of Secret Empire. I think the showrunners said it somewhere. They also could be just expy of Cabal, but since none of them are supervillains of any remark, I don't think that's a possibility. I just hope they have some fun supervillain goons as agents. Characters like Boomerang or Paladin (who is less supervillain than super-mercenary).

2. I first thought the goo was Graviton. Then I thought it was Symbiote. Then I realized I was wrong.

3. Wilkes seems like interesting character. And no, I don't think he is gone. I was thinking that he MIGHT be MCU version of old Nick Fury villain Centurion, who appeared in Thunderbolts series as well. Now, he is not shown to be villainous in any way...yet. And while Centurion was named Noah Black (if I remember right) and he is not, it's still possible. They did call Fenhoff by different name first in the first season to cover his true identity.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Oh man that was amazing! Captain Boomerang continues to be my favorite character to wait for in this film. I laughed out loud when he is cut from his duffel bag and he just WAILS on the next person. And also at the part when he drink beer behind car or something.

Oh, August, come already!

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Eh, It's Marvel Netflix series so it most likely will be good and I will watch it, but Punisher as a character is not very appealing to me, least of all as a main protagonist. I like Daredevil and Batman and other more dark superheroes for the fact that they constantly walk the line between killing and letting their foes live. Punisher just kills all his enemies, or tortures them and then kills them. That is not nearly as interesting, because then most of the problems can be solved via lethal violence.

Punisher ain't a hero, he's a villain like all the other murderous supervillains and gangsters. Just because he kills mafia members does not make him a saint. One point I remember actually liking Punisher was when he appeared in Spider-Man comics fro the first time and during Civil War.

Now, a Moonknight series on the other hand....

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

1 person marked this as a favorite.

January, I kinda hate you right now.

Severus Snape, Hans Gruber, Metatron, Sheriff of Nottingham- man made some movies unforgettable.

Rufus: So what do we do now?
Metatron: Well, I say we get drunk, because I'm all out of ideas.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

This was hard news to take in. He was so amazing as a musician and actor as well. Labyrinth is one of the greatest 80's films, and I have listened Within You and Dance Magic over and over. He also made me interested in Nikolai Tesla withhis performance in Prestige. Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars is amazing, one of the best rock albums ever.

Dance, Magic !

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

JoelF847 wrote:
And a release date. I was happy it was a birthday present for me.

Same here as well. Oh Marvel, how did you know! It was exactly what I wanted!

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Mark Hoover wrote:

I like Keanau Reeves. That's right, I said it. I also like Nicholas Cage. Not in a "ha ha, I'm ironic and I wear a vest and have a goatee and call myself a hipster but also I'm making fun of the whole movement because I'm witty and clever" kind of way.

No, I LIKE them. I think their acting is great. I think both could do some serious acting if given the pairing with a great director. Would they ever win academy awards? I don't know; I'm not into awards shows.

Nicolas Cage is one of my favorite actors. Good stuff he does is nowadays somewhat rare, but when he hits the mark oh man he hits it perfectly. Cage has said that he is planning to write a book about his acting style. I don't want to read any book more than that.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

2 people marked this as a favorite.
Set wrote:
Purely foreign teams, like Excalibur and Big Hero 6, are less likely to get live-action films.

Damn, now I want to see Captain Britain & MI16-movie.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

6 people marked this as a favorite.
CWheezy wrote:

For example, she killed a devil, thats probably a good act right

"Another man's evil does not make you good."

She's definitely Lawful Evil. Laws are there to protect people- she has turned them to a tool of oppression and holds no qualms about killing her own family for their crimes. She thinks that her parents death was a right thing. All these sound like mind set of sociopath at least.

She sounds like a great character. I really like the design and her backstory is down right chilling. She sounds like a great villain, and those are always great characters.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

I have to admit: My reading has bit died down, at least in the area of novels and such. University means more scientific papers and books. But I read some new books.

1) Dragon Age: Asunder, Masked Empire & Last Flight.

Three novels about Bioware's Dragon Age universe. Asunder tells the tale from Mage's Circles and their relations to the Templar Order. Masked Empire is more political, telling the story from the viewpoint of the Queen of Orlais, her handmaiden/lover and a knight that has sworn to protect her queen. Throw in some elven rebels, power-hungry relative and and ancient magic and you have a fun little journey. Last Flight goes back in time via diary that young mage reads about the Fourth Blight. It reveals what happened to the griffons that Grey Wardens used to ride in battle and the tale of elven siblings.

All three books were good, fitted the tone of the games and added some new and interesting characters to the universe, and also had some familiar faces from the games making appearance. Last Flight was probably my favorite, since Grey Wardens & The Blight were the thing that got me interested in DA to begin with. Definitely recommended.

2) Witcher series

It took me stupidly long time before I managed to read all these. I really liked these books. Witcher books are just my type of fantasy- it is dark, but has a sense of humor. Sapkowski writes fun dialogue, and makes the thoughts of characters fit their tone of speech as well. It has nice twists, very good build up and uses elements of classical fairy tales like Beauty & Beast, Snow White and such very well. Read! Now!

3) Lord of Runes

New Dave Gross book about Varian Jeggare and Radovan Virholt. This chapter in their tale is by far my favorite. It happens in Varisia (mostly...), features stuff about Thassilon and changes the status quo of the characters. Great and epic finale that manages to top the previous climaxes as well. New characters were good, and they apparently are here to stay! Gross tops himself with every book, and now I'm very excited how the stories will continue from here. Definitely a good read.

That's about it. University really cuts my reading, as it makes me focus more on studies. Have to pick up the pace this year.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

My friend urges me to go to the gym with him next year and yeah, I think I will go. Time to get just a bit more fit.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Damon Griffin wrote:


Walt Simonson's run on Thor Some of the best stuff ever written. Skurge's heroic solo stand at the bridge at Gjallerbru, wielding M-16s as clubs once they were out of ammo (Thor #362)...awesome. Little Katie Power absorbing energy from both Mjolnir and Stormbreaker to build up an energy blast strong enough to take out Kurse (Thor #363)...wow.

This is one of the reasons why I have sometimes hard time liking the Thor movies. They lack the Simonson magic. Beta Ray Bill is one of the greatest comic book characters ever, and that whole saga was amazing. Surtur Saga was awesome, I really miss Balder from the movies since he was great during those times as well.

Now, I liked Jason Aaron's run on Thor, and the current Thor run with female Thor. It has some of that bombastic fantasy elements and lingo that was in Simonson's series. It's not nearly the same, but it has same elements.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Aberzombie wrote:
absolutely despise Damian Wayne

I can only agree. Hate that little brat.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Just saw the new picture for the Hellknight iconic in the paizo blog. It is VERY good, one of my favorites. It actually reminded me of one old character art that was in Finnish RPG magazine years ago.

My question is about the collar she has. Is it supposed to be like reverse halo? And again, is there a real life equivalent for it? I really liked it, nice splash of bright color to her :)

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

sunbeam wrote:
But the point is she wrote a totally lunatic version of Mad Hatter in Secret Six, and it worked. Actually he was a little more... twisted than than something so mundane as a serial killer.
Freehold DM wrote:
so he's okay as a pedophile? I'll take mass murderer over that any time.

Oh, no. I did not say that. I prefer the Gail Simone's version, and one from Joker's asylum and one from animated series. I'm not against depicting him as serial killer, on the contrary. But he is more like a stalker. In New 52 he kills people so much that bodies almost cover the Gotham river. That was just unnecessary over the top. Gail wrote him the best in Suicide Squad, and Paul Dini also did some cool stuff with him.

I said I like Arkham Asylum, not the Mad Hatter from that story.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Aberzombie wrote:


The Batbooks went to s+#@ long ago - Grant Morrison saw to that.

That's actually funny: Morrison is my favorite Batman-writer. Arkham Asylum- Serious House on a Serious Earth is my all-time favorite comic book. Batman & Robin stuff was fine, and I was not a great fan of Batman R.I.P but it had good parts and nice weirdness around it.

Arkham Asylum is so frigging good. Dave McKeans art is superb, the symbolism and references are top notch and- well, I just love it.

I would not say that. Snyder's Batman is really good, especially Court of Owls and Zero Year. Did not like Death of the Family. But yeah, aside from Snyder I think new 52 Batman has missed it's mark. I hate Batman: the Dark Knight books. Mad Hatter as a mass murderer? Ugh.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Aberzombie wrote:

Crisis on Infinite Earths - still one of the greatest comic book stories ever written. Epic, universe changing (and consolidating), visual poetry. It was f$@*ing beautiful.

Marv Wolfman and George Pérez showed themselves to be the master storytellers they are.

I really liked it as well. Bit confusing, but it's still great at the end. Artwork especially is brilliant. But it's Wolfman/Perez combo. New Teen Titans too was a proof of their mettle. Oh, Perez. How I love thee.

Though I too have to say that the "ye olde" Secret Wars is my favorite crisis of all time. I have only fond memories of it.

I was just rummaging trough my comics, and I remembered what was my first superhero comic book ever. Infinity War trade paperback, Finnish version. No wonder I love Jim Starlin.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

I'd hope Mads is the Nightmare. Best option would be that he is Dormammu, but I don't think they are going there...yet. But Nightmare would be cool.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

2 people marked this as a favorite.

New Comic is up.

Oh F~#% you Durkon :D

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

4 people marked this as a favorite.
JDPhipps wrote:

I also really enjoyed Adam Driver's performance. I thought his character was well-done, honestly.

** spoiler omitted **

That was actually my second-favorite scene in the movie. It was done so well, and as said before the cinematography made it a legendary one.

My favorite?

Spoiler:
When Kylo Ren has struck Finn to the ground, and Luke's lightsaber drops in the snow. He breathes deeply, and tries to pick it up with force. But he could not. The music starts to swell (Froce Theme) and the struggle continues- and then the lightsaber flies out of snow, beyond Kylo to the hands of Rey. Rey takes the sword, and on her face we see how she accepts her destiny, and knows that she has to beat Kylo Ren, and Kylo Ren also knows this- and music reaches it's climax. I shivered all over. That whole scene was done so well and it was built up perfectly that it made me almost cry.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

1 person marked this as a favorite.

I'm just gonna say all spoiler-free that this movie was amazing. Go see it now. It really is great.

Last 30 minutes of the movie SPOILER:

Spoiler:
I f&@%ing sobbed at the end. The last 30 minutes or so are the most epic, heartbreaking and promising minutes in movie for years. I am in LOVE.

Go see it now!

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

3 people marked this as a favorite.

That was actually hilarious comic-again. I missed him.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

1 person marked this as a favorite.

Your Highness.

Stoner fantasy movie done filled with stupid plot and irritating not funny or clever humor. Has in my opinion one good line.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

2 people marked this as a favorite.

Mummy 3: Tomb of Dragon Emperor

Why It's Bad: Dumb plot, bad special effects and it has yetis playing football.

Why I Like It: It's dumb action with fun locations and it has yetis playing football.

Van Helsing

Why It's Bad: It's cheesy, has a weird plot and ton overacting.

Why I Like It: It's cheesy awesome, it's very memorable and all the actors are having ton of fun playing their roles.

Dracula Untold

Why It's Bad: Has very little vampire stuff going on, stupid enemy and laughable boss fight.

Why I Like It: Luke Evans is good Dracula, the vampirism is shown in unique way, has a vampire army and great locations.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

1 person marked this as a favorite.

...has a trailer.

Personally, I love it. Apocalypse looks better than in the pictures and he sounds cool.

Next year is going to be a good year in movies for me.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

It's gonna be weird looking Force Awakens in a week and seeing Mark Hamill there after his more recent performances.

Great episode, really loved Trickster & Weather Wizard combo. I hope next half season will show us Rogues together, with Weather Wizard, Captain Cold, Heatwave, Golden Gilder and Mirror Master, who's supposed to come this season too.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

1 person marked this as a favorite.

Ah! I did not even notice the similarity to frog-mouthed helmet! That'a awesome, thanks for thorough answer! I also really like his halberd and that fish symbol in it. Really neat.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

1 person marked this as a favorite.

I really like the art you have done fro Hell's Rebels and Hell's Vengeance so far! I have two questions:

1)Is Lazzero's hat inspired by the spanish hat capirote? Those that has erring similarites with certain KKK hats.

2)In Turn the Torrent's cover the hellknight (Or so I presume) has one of the greatest armors I have seen. Is there something close to that which inspired it, either in armors or in natural world? It's piscine in theme surely, but is there specific things?

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Damon Griffin wrote:


Did I blink and miss the point of Helzinger's character? He seems to have done nothing but beat up Gordon and then wandered off to a bar. Kind of lame for a hand-picked cohort, even if he was always meant to be temporary.

Oh my god, they really did kinda forget him. Now that Galavan-arc is over, they did not show him again did they?

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Vikings is still one of my favorite series. I actually prefer it over Game of Thrones as sword-swinging graphic tv-series. I'm really looking forward the next season. There are two major Finnish actors coming with important roles. Finland represent!

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

FYI: Carter's actor Falk Hentschel played Hydra agent Marcus Scarlotti aka Black Lash in Agents of Shield. He had that weird whip/rope-dagger thingie and fought against Mockingbird, if I'm not mistaken.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Dragon78 wrote:
I remember Lockheed was an alien but for some reason I don't remember Fing Fang Foom being an alien. But after looking around I stand corrected. Though considering how powerful he is I wouldn't mind making him a supernatural creature.

Yeah, not that it really is important. Might fit better in MCU, unless Doctor Strange reveals mythical elements more than I expect.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Turin the Mad wrote:

Other than the film title and perhaps the famous "You Move" speech by Cap.

"You Move" ties into Spidey's participation in the comic Civil War, magnificently well done if memory serves. If they included "You Move" in Civil War, I'm betting that scene was the most stressful performance-wise to pull off.

That is one of my favorite comic book moments. If done right, it can be a great scene. Also this would look great on a big screen. I'd like to hear this Cap's old line:

"I am loyal to nothing, general...except the Dream. "

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

3 people marked this as a favorite.

Oh man, I want Fing Fang Foom so badly in MCU,

Dragon78 wrote:
I hope Fing Fang Foom is a actual magical dragon and not a inhuman, mutant, or alien.

But isn't Foom a alien dragon? From the planet Maklu IV?

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Rynjin wrote:

Ehhhh, I'm willing to say part of the reason the MCU and other Marvel properties have turned out so well is BECAUSE they couldn't fall back on their "staple" properties like Spiderman and X-Men.

Would we have ever seen Guardians of the Galaxy or Ant-Man even CONSIDERED as options?

Avengers (and the movies that tie into such) would have been possible, but still unlikely due to not being as mainstream.

Would we be getting 5 Netflix series' based on, largely, 3 characters that most people who don't read comics have never heard of, and one whose movie flopped horribly last time it was tried?

I think not, on most of these.

I can only agree. I can't really imagine X-Men in MCU. Spider-man, sure . But at this point, I think it's too late. Now I just hope that other not-so popular characters get introduced to MCU, like Moon Knight (rumor already), Black Knight and She-Hulk.

I would also really, REALLY want to see show or movie based on Captain Britain & MI13- comics.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

I love the design of Black Panther so much, and I can't wait to see him in the movie. Though I'm kinda disappointed that Baron Zemo is not wearing his mask, according to the actor Daniel Bruhl.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

AND HOLY S@~@

Spoiler:
Simpson is...NUKE? I did not now that! How cool is that?

I have to wake up in 6 am in the morning so I can catch bus to university, but I'm too stoked to watch this so no sleep tonight, I see.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Thomas Seitz wrote:


So...who would you suggest Moon Knight have as a villain then?

Well, originally he fought against Werewolf by Night, but I think either Black Spectre or The Hood could work. Actually, they could introduce The Hood in Moon Knight series, and then bring him to Defenders series as the main villain with his supervillain gang.

That would be cool.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

1 person marked this as a favorite.

I can only concur with most of you.
With 3 episodes behind, I can say that Kilgrave is

Spoiler:
TERRIFYING. I don't know if I hate any other fictional character this much. He's despicable.

Netflix tv-series proves again to be the format for Marvel. Daredevil as great, Jessica Jones now feels even better. I can only dream what they can do with Luke Cage, Iron Fist, possibly Moon Knight and then finally, Defenders.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

John Kretzer wrote:
Rosgakori wrote:
My brother, with whom I usually watch all these series is away 19-22.11. I first thought that I would wait for him to return....but I'm not sure if I have enough willpower.
You could always just rewatch it with him.

Yeah, you have point there. I still think I'm gonna wait though, so we can go crazy over this together. So I think I just rewatch Daredevil before that!

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

My brother, with whom I usually watch all these series is away 19-22.11. I first thought that I would wait for him to return....but I'm not sure if I have enough willpower.

1 to 50 of 412 << first < prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | next > last >>

©2002–2015 Paizo Inc.®. Need help? Email customer.service@paizo.com or call 425-250-0800 during our business hours: Monday–Friday, 10 AM–5 PM Pacific Time. View our privacy policy. Paizo Inc., Paizo, the Paizo golem logo, Pathfinder, the Pathfinder logo, Pathfinder Society, GameMastery, and Planet Stories are registered trademarks of Paizo Inc., and Pathfinder Roleplaying Game, Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Pathfinder Adventure Path, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, Pathfinder Player Companion, Pathfinder Modules, Pathfinder Tales, Pathfinder Battles, Pathfinder Online, PaizoCon, RPG Superstar, The Golem's Got It, Titanic Games, the Titanic logo, and the Planet Stories planet logo are trademarks of Paizo Inc. Dungeons & Dragons, Dragon, Dungeon, and Polyhedron are registered trademarks of Wizards of the Coast, Inc., a subsidiary of Hasbro, Inc., and have been used by Paizo Inc. under license. Most product names are trademarks owned or used under license by the companies that publish those products; use of such names without mention of trademark status should not be construed as a challenge to such status.