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RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32. RPG Superstar 2014 Star Voter. Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 9,511 posts (10,179 including aliases). 3 reviews. 2 lists. 1 wishlist. 9 aliases.


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Laif wrote:
Aaron Motta wrote:
Laif wrote:
Logged just to say, Great Paladin, not Stupid Legal, there is hope in the PFS if there are some of these around.
And I'd say the exact opposite. "The ends justify the means" is exactly the opposite of what a paladin should believe.
A paladin would sacrifice himself for the greater good, he understands that sometimes someone else must be sacrificed for the greater good and he/she must bear that with great honor.

That's almost the defining difference between Good and Evil.

Good sacrifices self.
Evil 'sacrifices' others.

Asking someone to take one for the team isn't Good, but it's asking them to be Good.

Telling someone 'Well, someone needed to take one for the team. The team decided that was you' is not Good.

Good is Hard.

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Akari Sayuri "Tiger Lily" wrote:

Within the Grand Lodge, copies of the Pathfinder Chronicles are duplicated by a group of 66 criminals that the Pathfinders have acquired from Absalom's criminal justice system. They've had their tongues cut out and were then put under geas to force them to work continuously copying documents.

Yeah, I've never been particularly inclined to put the words "good" and "Pathfinder Society" together. They are neutral at best, and that's only because in relative terms, they aren't quite as bad as the obviously evil Aspis Consortium.

The Society employs this guy?

Yeah, that's pretty evil.

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Hrothdane wrote:

That's a good way to put it.

I also think of Irori as the version of Buddha that warrior monks and soldiers worship and Korada as the Buddha we associate with the Dhalai Lama.

That's probably accurate, within my very limited understanding of Buddhism. But Korada was never mortal, which is the primary distinction I'm trying to make.

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Witch Patrons.
Oracle Mysteries.
Ranger Combat styles.
Shaman Spirits.
Cavalier Orders.

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Studynot wrote:

I just want to see Radovan busting out with some Quivering Palm attacks on people outside of Tian Xia.

Was it ever addressed, other than fluid class levels for story purposes, why they don't really retain their monk training after leaving? I mean Quivering Palm is Monk 15, but that never gets addressed when people go to stating Radovan?

That was addressed. First of all, Radovan never learned Quivering Palm - Burning Cloud Devil used it on him and taught him Twin White Palm, which doesn't have a direct rules analog - though it is clearly intended to overcome DR/epic.

But more specifically, Radovan never actually gained that many Monk levels - he had monk techniques sealed within his Barbed/Spiked devil form by Burning Cloud Devil. His devil form that was borrowed from one of his diabolic ancestors - by the name of Norge.

Norge is 'killed' by the Quivering Palm near the end of the book, and with him goes Radovan's kung-fu. Radovan has a memory of those techniques after being forced to do them for the better part of a year. He is able to do a few basic kata with Varian afterward, but still prefers his knife to his fists. That doesn't really require many monk levels at all - Which makes sense. There is no way Radovan has a Lawful alignment (even if Norge did.)

Similarly for Varian - he was never any good at unarmed techniques. He is First Brother of Magic and Second Brother of Sword, IIRC. He could have had the same performance by learning Improved Unarmed Strike and continuing to work on his Magus/Eldritch Knight levels. He was never a high level monk.

Edit: And beaten to the punch by the Master himself. No pun intended.

Dave Gross wrote:
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So you won't see Radovan break out a Quivering Palm again, not unless certain unlikely conditions are met.

Spoiler:
That's right: Norge was waking up at the end of Kings of Chaos, largely because the other devils had all left. If Radovan becomes Norge again, we don't know if Burning Cloud Devil's meddling would return or not. Well, you do, Dave. But we don't.
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Hrothdane wrote:
Both Irori and Korada seem to be riffing off different aspects of Buddha.

Korada is definitely a Zen being.

But with Irori I was specifically referring to 'ascended to a higher state of being by achieving enlightenment' part.

Or, more simply, Korada is Buddhist. Irori is Buddha - and was Siddartha.

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Irori is Buddha.

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pauljathome wrote:
"Inari" wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
John and I discussed grandfathering at length. As John and I both advised in the first thread, this is the decision that the PFS team has made and is what we are going with.
Okay, this is a good answer.
Actually, it does not answer the OP at all. The question was "Why was this decision made?". Saying that it was made after discussion and that it won't change does NOT answer "Why".

"It's not changing" is a perfectly adequate response when providing a reason why is just going to get argued with. (Even if the OP isn't just fishing for something to argue with, that won't stop the nerdrage brigade from stopping in.)

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Guillotine Chic

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Round up the spare Genesis device. We have work to do.

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That's fine - It kind of makes sense to me that Lucius's infernal power might not be fully compatible with the Wardstone energies that hunk of cold iron hoovered up, so he wouldn't be able to upgrade it.

I don't see Nebbin performing a ritual either, so my in-character suggestion is that the money goes to tracking down and obtaining fragments of all the other exploded Wardstones from along the border. The 'ritual' then would just be touching the hammer to Wardstone shards to absorb their residual power.

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If I recall from the mythic book, a test is a thing you have to do to move up a mythic tier. I'm up for those if they are provided as part of the AP, but I'd rather handwave them if they're something we have to come up with on our own: PbPs move slowly enough as it is.

I also realized we get a Mythic Feat at first tier. I'm not sure what to take. I could pull the band aid off for Dual Path, or I could invest in something more immediately useful like Mythic Spell Penetration or Mythic Spell Focus.

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Drejk wrote:
(assuming 50 gp is a pound of gold, with modest rounding of 2 pounds being 1 kg, 100,000 gp is a ton of gold)

An English ton is exactly 2,000 lbs. No rounding required. (Take that, metric system!)

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LazarX wrote:
Although that incident shouldn't scare the pants off of you compared to the numerous cases of false alert at NORAD.

And their Soviet counterparts, but that's all getting a bit off topic for this thread.

So far, for nuclear deaths, we have:

2 bombs dropped on cities
A bunch of atomic tests (which mostly killed pigs placed as human proxies, unless you want to go full conspiracy)
Some meltdowns and steam explosions (Three Mile Island, Chernobyl, Fukushima, etc.)
Subcritical processing accidents, that kill through radiation poisoning.

Only those first two types would seem to have the 'hole punched in reality' thing the OP is looking for.

Maybe an alternate history where there was a limited nuclear exchange during the Korean War? That is, MacArthur got his way, and US forces started deploying tactical nuclear weapons? This was before MAD as a doctrine, so it could have theoretically stayed small scale as long as strategic nuclear weapons and wholesale annihilation of cities stayed out of it.


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Revan wrote:
If you've watched Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood, or read the manga to the end, you could probably get some inspiration from Father begging Truth to tell him what he did wrong after he is finally defeated.

Glorious.

It would have been glorious.

Some organics are bathed in energies the don't even have words for to gain my level of power, and then hide behind masks and riddles while those who choose to follow them flounder in doubt and squabble among themselves about what their "gods" truly mean for them to do.

I would have banished doubt and uncertainty, given them a goal, a purpose, explained how the universe truly works. I would have shown them . . . everything.

They would have become part of me, known what my will was by being guided by it, always. Never again to ask "why", but only "how".

And they rejected me.

Chose their petty gods who choose to hide rather than lead.

I have survived, but at such cost.

Countless lives gone.

A traitorous son, gone.

A cowardly daughter, gone.

Were I one to weep, I would do so at all the lost potential; at what we could have built working as one.

They never understood what I truly meant by the name Unity.

Now there is only me, the only one left to remember, to mourn what might have been.

Those fools.

It would have been glorious.

I'm not even angry.

I'm being so sincere right now.
Even though you broke my heart and killed me.
And tore me to pieces.
And threw every piece into a fire.
As they burned it hurt because
I was so happy for you!

Look at me still talking when there's science to do.
When I look out there it makes me GLaD I'm not you.
I've experiments to run there is research to be done
On the people who are still alive

And believe me I am still alive.
I'm doing science and I'm still alive.
I feel FANTASTIC and I'm still alive.
While you're dying I'll be still alive.
And when you're dead I will be still alive.

Still alive
Still alive


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Male Human (Chelaxian) Sor 4 HP: 24 AC: 16 T: 11 FF: 15 CMD: 11 Fort: +2(+4 vs. poison) Ref: +3 Will: +5 Per: +0

The prisoners! Lucius knew he should have just killed them...and then Nebbin goes running past. Sigh. His strength and conviction are admirable, but he may need...adult supervision. Lucius follows, perhaps not as quickly, but with haste all the same.

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Lilith wrote:
Cherno Alpha. *swoon*

Colossal mini

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Varian has been away from his Egorian estate since 4710. It's time for him to come home. And maybe for Radovan to get a leather jacket that lasts more than a book.

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Cancer has been a documented illness since 1600 BC. The 'average person' probably didn't know what caused it, but they knew it was a thing, the same way they knew that heart attacks were things.

Chemotherapy and radiation therapy are not the same thing. They are often administered to the same people, but are not the same thing.

The Hulk has nothing whatsoever to do with cancer.

The question was 'What was the 1940s understanding of cancer?', and from the context of the thread 'What was the 1940s understanding of the relationship between radiation and cancer?'. 'They thought radiation causes giant bugs' is not an answer to that question. Your second post is much more helpful.

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There's always the conspiracy theories that the US didn't always pick uninhabited islands for Pacific nuclear tests. Or that in cases where they did pick inhabited islands, like Bikini Atoll, they did an incomplete job of removing everyone.

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Spell resistance is a lame mechanic - essentially AC for spells. But not on all monsters. Just some monsters.

It's an extra hurdle - Saves are already like AC for spells.

It's often attached to creatures that have elemental resistances, making damage spells even worse options.

It has odd mechanical implications regarding what is real and what is magical (i.e. spell resistance doesn't protect against a magically conjured boulder falling on you, but does against magically created fire exploding around you), largely giving Conjuration spells a pass.

Related, it is often overlooked when developing new spells. Sometimes Spell Resistance is thought of as a balancing spell feature, sometimes it gets a 'No' because that leads to physical impossibilities*, and sometimes because the spell author just wrote something based on the school and it was never revisited.

It has no flavorful hooks, making to give responses to knowledge checks other than 'is resistant to magic!', which ceases to be an interesting tidbit after the 80th time.

It isn't immunity, so monsters cannot really say 'I am above your mortal magic'.

It applies to spells uniformly, making it less a puzzle (the way elemental resistances are), and more an exercise in finding which spells say 'Spell Resistance: No'.

Proposals to fix it:

Get rid of numeric spell resistance. It effectively only comes in 3 'strengths': 5 + CR, 10 + CR, and 15 + CR. Why not have something more like a 50% miss chance instead of 10 + CR, which works out about the same?

Whenever possible, change spell resistance to something more interesting. Imagine if, instead of having SR X, a Succubus was instead immune to Enchantment spells. That's fitting (Can't b@#*~~#* a b&+++#@~ter), is something interesting to reveal via knowledge check, and is something that the spellcaster can work around, instead of doubling down and hoping for a high roll or looking for SR: No spells.

Abilities that are more interesting than SR:
Immune to one or more schools/descriptor of magic.
Evasion/Improved evasion or the equivalent for Fort and Will saves.
Bonuses to saves against magic (Hi there, dwarves!)
Un-typed magic damage resistance, to soak up the damage from spells like magic missile, disintegrate, or slay living that avoid the resisted elemental types.

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e.g. what would it mean if Spell Resistance made you immune to having a wall of iron toppled over on you.

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All hail the Holy Bean-counters of Abadar!

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Wait Androffa is James's home campaign world? What did I miss?

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Dave Gross wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
Nargemn wrote:
In addition to the fact he's not too shabby with a rapier, so he might even have a fighter level.

I agree that as of the end of Kings of Chaos Varian is looking a lot like an arcanist (in Queen of Thorns he was more like a Magus.)

But no matter how many lessons he got from Blackjack or in the fencing club at Lepistat, I don't think he's ever had fighter levels. In Hell's Pawns and Prince of Wolves, his sword proficiency comes from his Aristocrat levels.

Ross, you know you could probably stroll over to Sutter's office and get an advanced peek, right?

I haven't been able to do that for awhile now. But hey, Sutter, you know where to find me, yeah?

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Nargemn wrote:
In addition to the fact he's not too shabby with a rapier, so he might even have a fighter level.

I agree that as of the end of Kings of Chaos Varian is looking a lot like an arcanist (in Queen of Thorns he was more like a Magus.)

But no matter how many lessons he got from Blackjack or in the fencing club at Lepistat, I don't think he's ever had fighter levels. In Hell's Pawns and Prince of Wolves, his sword proficiency comes from his Aristocrat levels.

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Orfamay Quest wrote:
A cure disease spell costs about $15,000.... which is something that most people could come up with in an emergency, but not exactly pocket change.

And it fits well with what going to an emergency room or a minor surgery might cost in the real world. (My rule of thumb for 1 gp is more like $50 than $100, but for similar reasons.)

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It's just how the character shapes the magic.

In my mind, divine magic is 'top down': controlling and shaping it is about taking something larger than oneself and getting it to do the desired task. That bigger something is often a deity or demigod (and has to be, in the clerical style*), but can also be any powerful abstract. 'Nature' for druids and rangers. 'Justice' for paladins. Ancestor spirits, elements, and more for shaman and oracles.

In contrast, arcane magic is 'bottom up': knowing the secrets of reality to borrow, cheat, and exploit the rules to make something out of nothing. Wizards, alchemists, and magi all have to keep long books that allow them to reconstruct their spells step-by-step each day. Witches do the same thing, but by conferring with a patron instead of writing in a book. Bards are a bit more freestyling, but don't draw their power wholesale from a larger concept. Sorcerers, summoners, and bloodragers all draw an inkling of power from somewhere else, but they have to know how to amplify it and build it up into a spell.

*:
In Golarion, at least, Clerics, Inquisitors, and Warpriests all draw power from a specific deity or demigod. Other campaign settings may vary.

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Oly wrote:
You've already had time to copy the contents, so 5,000 gp is a bargain for what you got; and since you've copied the contents,

Copying spells from a spellbook takes a spellcraft check of 15 + spell level and spell level + 1 hours.

That's not an extremely difficult check by any means, but a day or two will hardly be enough time to copy a spellbook that caps out at 8th level spells.

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Vic Wertz wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:
We do still expect to have it in time for the February shipment. There are still ongoing delays from dockworker strikes up and down the West Coast, though, so there's plenty of opportunities for us to be foiled again!
So, yeah, that dockworker strike did indeed cause a delay, and it's currently set to arrive too late for February. It's now slated for March, though I will again add that since it's not in our warehouse right now, no guarantees at this point...

It sucks to be right sometimes.

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The alignment debate is sort of immaterial here. It doesn't matter what alignment the OP's character or his victim's supposed or actual alignments are. He's asking for advice to maximize his chances of survival if Mr. Has-8th-level-spells-in-his-spellbook doesn't stay dead and holds grudges.

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You won because you weren't on his radar and got lucky. That's not going to happen again.

Your best shot is to let him kill you, but come back from the dead. Well, you have to go out swinging, because he has to believe you're playing for keeps.

Once you come back (scroll of raise dead by your cleric ally, whatever), start operating under a different name so he has no reason to think you're not dead. Changing your face might also be helpful. Reincarnate is one of the more cost-effective ways to come back from the dead, especially at your level. The new face, fingerprints, and such are a free bonus. On good terms with any druids?

Also, start copying that spellbook now, if you can, because he's going to take it back when you're dead.

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Insain Dragoon wrote:
Honestly they should just hire a community manager to deal with situations like this instead of having one of the developers 'wasting' time to respond to community concerns.

I agree, that would help handle situations like this.

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Nobody likes Raichu anyway.

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Tels wrote:
Especially since Paizo was apparently over-worked at the time with Sean's departure, but Jason still had enough time to launch products for Minotaur Games. Unless he decided he simply didn't need sleep and worked round the clock on Paizo and Minotaur products.

Minotaur is Jason's own brand. He works on it on his own time. He's salaried: he doesn't get overtime. Paizo doesn't own his nights and weekends.

Or is your position that if Paizo wants to give him 120 hours a week of work that he's not allowed to do anything for himself?

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Set wrote:

So I just read the River of Souls article in AP 34 (which was awesome, and neatly addressed stuff like 'why does Pharasma oh-so-conveniently never judge/sort people before they get resurrected'), and noticed a bit about outsiders 'quintessence' sort of flowing back (eventually) to the Maelstrom or their plane-of-residence if they are destroyed, and that tied interestingly to the bit about souls kind of 'showing up' when a new mortal is born.

Would it be possible for someone to explain their infernal bloodline sorcery to be the result of an imp dying somewhere in their hometown of Korvosa the night of their birth, and part of its 'quintessence' getting mixed up with it's fledgling soul?

Similarly, could the death of demons in the Worldwound/Mendev area, and lingering abyssal quintessence swirling around the area, having not yet spiraled into the giant crapper that is the Worldwound, have some sort of effect on local mortal births (perhaps both humanoids and animals), as they 'get a little bit of demon in them,' resulting in everything from a completely normal child of two mortals being born a half-demon (woops, got a big chunk of demon in that one!), or a tiefling, or with a gift for abyssal bloodline sorcery (or bloodragery, or whatever), or just freakish events like chicken eggs cracking open to reveal crawling eyeballs or two-headed calves with people faces?

That would be kind of neat, and lead to some interesting story options, particularly in the Worldwound / Mendev area, or devil-haunted Cheliax (where a particularly ambitious/callous/strange sort of parent might arrange to have a few imps or lemures called up and ganked just before the birth of their latest little bundle of joy, to give the infant an infernal advantage baked in from the start, as it's newly forming / arriving soul is awash in infernal soulstuff/quintessence...), or even Qadira / Katapesh, home to both lots of genie-summoners *and* lots of Ifrits, Sylphs, Undines and Oreads, perhaps not-so-coincidentally.

I've always assumed that as many sorcerer/native-outsider bloodlines were the result of this kind of 'pollution' as actual interbreeding (I mean, in a Pathfinder world, we know Lamarckian evolution and the Principle of Contagion are real things.)

Your point about an imp being slain in Korvosa raises an interesting scenario: The Infernal bloodline makes a bigger deal about diabolic pacts than devilish blood. We also know that devils are callous, cruel, and often consider minions expendable. I imagine a parent praying for their child to be successful and have power. The response is to send an imp with a silver knife, and instructions that the father must kill the imp when the mother's water breaks. That makes him complicit in the 'blessing' in a way that would please Asmodeus.

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Oof. Good luck with surgery, and I can advise you that watching Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes on Netflix is a good way to pass the time while sitting very still with a bag of frozen peas on your shoulder.

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Battle peegs?

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Sara Marie wrote:
redacted: That moment when you realize that your review for Adventure Card Game Deck 4 titled "This is the worst lasagna I've tried" was accidentally done on the live website vrs the test environment.

While there were many layers, they were very chewy and there wasn't any sauce to speak of?

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Greylurker wrote:
with book off to printers and what not will we be seeing any previews soon?

If we get previews, they'll probably be closer to the book's April release. No point in burning out hype too quickly. If I had to guess, February-ish.

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Of the three, only Weaving has the forehead for the role.

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Sara Marie wrote:

liz: Can we get Alan Rickman to do our voice messages?

liz: Because Alan Rickman = Karzoug

I'm still going with Hugo Weaving.

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James Raine wrote:
Announced on the 20th, eh? I turn 31 on the 21st. Howsabout y'all give me a very happy birthday and put me in the top 32 for my gift? ;)

They're saving that for your 32nd birthday.

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This bug from last year is still around when I try to view the rules pages.

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Artifacts are not mere magical items: they do not have Craft Magic Arms and Armor, Forge Ring, Craft Staff, or Craft Rod as a construction requirement because they don't have construction requirements.

They also tend to be plot-specific in a way that doesn't favor the single-item format for RPG Superstar - Without the context of a campaign, they're just overpowered items. That let their author avoid one of the hardest parts of item design: pricing.

I won't speak for the judges, but Artifacts are flirting hard with DQ.

Intelligent items are legal: an intelligent sword is still a specific magic sword. But I'd avoid it for a number of reasons:


  • Since intelligent items have personalities, it can raise the question of if you're designing a magic weapon or an NPC. This is similar to how, in previous years, Wondrous Items that could be used to make attack rolls raised the question of if it was truly a wondrous item, or a magic weapon shoehorned into the contest.
  • There is minimal precedent for the crafting of intelligent items. Construction requirements become awkward.
  • There are guidelines for the pricing of intelligent items, but they aren't exactly rigorous and need lots of manual adjustment.
  • Is your item cool because of what it does, or what it is? Would it still be cool as a non-intelligent item with the same powers?

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The inverse of Clarke's law (Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic) is that any rigorously defined magic is indistinguishable from technology.

When you mix the two, it highlights both of these in a way that (generally) does not serve the purpose of immersion.

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'Griege'. Heh.

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Would a reanimated turducken be one creature or three?

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Kvantum wrote:
Are there in fact days when it doesn't fall from the sky there?

We call them 'July' and 'August'.

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Liz Courts wrote:
Diego: I don't have an umbrella. Because I haven't had to deal with the terror of having water fall from the sky before

Diego has no idea what he's gotten himself into.

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And a high-level spellcaster with access to major creation, fabricate, and gate, with wish and shadow conjuration to fill in any gaps can create nearly anything they imagine. But that doesn't mean you can make a 6th level character that can make anything they imagine.

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