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According to the Know Direction podcast, the next series will be Pathfinder Worldscape which will be a crossover with Red Sonja, John Carter from Mars, Tarzan, and possibly other Dynamite Fantasy titles. It will have character builds for characters like Red Sonja.
Katina Davis wrote:
I had gone ahead and placed an order for another set and premium. Can you make sure that order is removed from my account? Thanks.
Lord Snow wrote:
In my view, Interstellar is 2/3 Good SF, 1/3 third 'What were the writers thinking?'. I went in expecting a fairly hard SF, but got... Living Ghosts from Space? The third act diminished the movie so much, I haven't even thought about buying the DVD.
The only historical information about the early church that can be found in the Gospels is to be found in Paul's letters (and not much of it). Acts has long been known to be fraudulent. Even Paul's letters have been altered by Christian apologists over the centuries that it's impossible to get back to the original letters.
98% of Christian apologists may say that, but historical scholars do not. They can't even agree if a historical Christ was a cynic, revolutionary or a dozen other competing theories. it has long been recognized there is nothing definite that can be determined about a historical Christ in the 4 gospels.
Ziggy Sprinkles wrote:
I am going to be playing a Halfling or Gnome Hunter with a Dinosaur Companion. I am looking for a dinosaur miniature preferably feathered that I can paint myself. Also if you have suggestions for a hunter looking Gnome of Halfling miniature that would be pretty sweet too.
Here's a page with a six pack of 15mm Deinonychus that would work as 28mmm Velociraptors.
Slaughterville is the second game from RubiOh! Games. Their first game District-Z is a Zombie Card Game that routinely gets a place in my game rotation. In Slaughterville, a horror genre card game, you are trying to prevent the villain from succeeding at his evil plans. With 12 heroes to choose from, multiple locations and 4 different villains in the base set, it has a high replayability factor.
Stretch Goals if reached include new villians, locations and special heroes such as Herbert West and Sherlock Holmes.
If all stretch goals are reached, the game will end up with over 700 cards.
With work hours increasing and other events taking up my time, I don't have any time left for a MMO. So I have a Pathfinder Online account for sale if anyone is interested. I'm asking $100.00.
The account has these extras.
New Player Pack 2
I have created 2 characters with Destiny's Twin so they would have the maximum experience, but neither have been trained, so they are a blank slate to train as the buyer wishes. The account is active until April 1st then would need to be extended.
There's recommended level up points in a post by MikeMyler under a spoiler tag on Dec 5.
James Sutter wrote:
I'm not sure when exactly it'll be announced, but very soon we'll be able to tell you about the comic plans. Which is good, because this is the most excited I've been about a comic project in... well, ever. :)
On Bleeding Cool, they have the new Dynamite solicitations up. The new Pathfinder mini-series is listed there. Just as a teaser : Valeros meets Amiri.
No. Core Rulebook Page 209:
A creature or object brought into being or transported to your location by a conjuration spell cannot appear inside another creature or object, nor can it appear floating in an empty space. It must arrive in an open location on a surface capable of supporting it.
The creature or object must appear within the spell’s range, but it does not have to remain within the range.
Can you set these items in this order to ship with my main order rather than separately?
1x Pathfinder Module: Risen from the Sands (PFRPG) Print Edition, $4.25 (in sidecart)
Paizo does not own the content of the Dragon/Dungeon magazines—that's Wizards of the Coast. Such a compilation is unlikely to happen, if ever.
I don't believe he's talking about articles from Dragon. I think he means the articles on Regions, Cities and the like from old Paizo Adventure Paths in books of their own.
Could you please cancel order number 3080519?
I also need these items from my June subscription order cancelled.
1x Pathfinder Battles—Reign of Winter: Standard Booster Case, $279.99
My Pathfinder Battles subscription was supposed to start with Lost Coast, not Reign of Winter.
If you are recollecting the battle correctly, your characters got cheated. Prismatic Wall cannot be cast on top of characters as an attack. If a character is in a space that the wall materializes in, the spell is disrupted and wasted. Greater Dispel Magic also could not have been used on the cleric and Maze could not have been used on the Paladin during the Time Stop . Karzoug would have had to cast the Dispel Magic and Maze after the Time Stop was over.
In other words, major magic items slots might as well not exist since most major magic items are over the price range of even Metropolises?
The Rot Grub wrote:
While I haven't seen any official FAQ, I think that the Ultimate Campaign version is wrong. There is already a 75% chance that any magic item under the base value is available by those rules. In the Kingmaker path where the Kingdom rules come from, you roll for special minor, medium and major items with no reroll. That would be the rule I'd use. While there may some duplication of minor items under this, once you get to the higher value settlements, there are no minor items of high enough value to try to roll for.
If you do give every class a feat at every level, you may want to look at Monte Cook's Collected Book of Experimental Might from Malhavoc Press. While it does suggest giving a character a Feat at every level, it also gives Feats that are chosen by a Fighter boosts since that is their main ability. It is for 3.5, so would require some adaptation for Pathfinder.
Slavery in the Pathfinder World and it's implications...(series of weird questions regarding a controversial topic)
Azaelas Fayth wrote:
Rome had surprisingly strict laws against abuse to a slave, well save Gladiatorial Slaves.
The above statement is a load of Donkey droppings. Apologetic history books and popular culture may state this, but it is no way true.
Slaves were the absolute property of their masters and could for the most part be killed, raped and sold with impunity. The slave had no rights to resist their master's use of their bodies in any way he wished, including sexually. The only part of the above statement that is somewhat true is that during the Principate, some laws curbing the absolute rights of masters to kill or castrate their slaves were passed, but they were rarely enforced.
Good books on what slavery was really like in Roman society are Slavery in Early Christianity by Jennifer A. Glancy and Slavery in the Roman World by Sandra R. Joshel.