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Congrats, that is an impressive number of tables.

Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

You are likely to get more and better feedback, when you list the right archetype.

It is battle host from page 100 of the Occult Adventures.

I can't find a better source, but the same rule that governs arcane bond items should apply.

additional resources wrote:

No character may purchase a firearm unless she possesses the Gunsmithing feat and firearms are never considered Always Available; ; a character must possess enough Fame to purchase any firearm not found on a Chronicle sheet or granted by a class feature;

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If you write your character to be trouble, you as a player are responsible for the damage you cause.

It might not affect the mission, but it very much will affect the chance of the other players ever willingly sitting at the same table ever again.

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Thatcher Iliff wrote:
My Self wrote:
Ever thought of maximizing HP for the lower tier? Or applying the Advanced simple template to everything?
That is another very good option which I have incorporated into home games. Can I legally do that in Pathfinder Society Scenarios? Thought if you run the scenario you are technically not allowed to change the monsters.

Follow the rules in the guide. Either convince one of your players to play a level 7 pregen, or run it in low tier.

7 player groups are supposed to be extremely rare, it sucks, but either play low tier or convince a player to bring a higher level character.

Or, if you have the time, split the table and offer the scenario for the other 3-4 players at another time.

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DM Beckett wrote:

It should be anything where, for example the original Warpriest's Channel Energy was based off of Cha, was changed to instead be based off of Wis.

It's not the only case where that happened.

Yeah that is one of the more obvious examples, and should definitely be covered.

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kinevon wrote:
GM Lamplighter wrote:
And before anyone asks, it's *extremely* unlikely they will revise all the Chronicles to add all the non-Core-but-always-available items in scenarios to the Chronicles.
Might not hurt to request a "Core Scenario Access Document", something like the Secondary Success Conditions document, for older scenarios, to let the GM know what to write into the chronicle for a Core game for additional access....

That sounds pretty great, especially since it could allow access to some nonmagical exotic weapons.

Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

Congratulations!

Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

The guide mentions:

Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guide v7 wrote:

If an ability-score-dependent feature of a class, prestige
class, or archetype is altered: You may rebuild your
character to its current XP. Keep the same equipment, but
you can resell any equipment that augments the changed
ability score at its full market price.

I am curious what the definition of "ability score dependent" is.

Is it any class feature that mentions a stat in the description like channel energy, grit/panache or rage ?

How about class features that depend on ability dependent class features, like the various magus arcana, deeds, rage powers?

How about things like weapon training, which inevitably interacts with attack rolls, which are very much ability dependent? Abilities like poison use are a bit more clear cut, but others like still mind
interact with saving throws, which are very much ability dependent.

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Once it is clear what an ability score dependent class feature is, what kind of changes are supposed to trigger a rebuild?

Do the changes have to interact with the ability score dependent part of the class feature (like the infamous arcanist’s Consume Magic Items ability) or does any change to a class feature that meets the requirement rigger the rebuild (like the changes to the arcane deed magus arcana, or the stacking changes when it comes to panache...)

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Depending on how you read this part of the guide, either quite a number of characters can will receive a rebuild, or only a select lucky few.

John has already mentioned the following exceptions:

John Compton wrote:

The Advanced Class Guide errata is out, as is the updated Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guide, which contains expanded guidelines for rebuilding one’s character when the campaign bans an previously permitted character option or errata revises a rule. I think the Guide covers a lot of the changes pretty well, including how to handle re-priced items, the Charisma-based limit on an arcanist’s Consume Magic Items ability (this is a Charisma-based class ability, after all), the spell level change for contingent action, and many others. There are other situations for which these guidelines don’t present a reasonable fix, and perhaps the general guidelines are worth revisiting further soon after Gen Con.

In the meantime, there are many characters for which retraining a feat chain is insufficient, and it’s clear that the collective breadth of the errata requires greater flexibility to resolve properly—especially with Gen Con just about to begin.

  • Characters that relied on Slashing Grace qualify for a rebuild as though an ability-score-dependent class feature had changed. Sell back any weapons, armor, and equipment associated with the character’s fighting style (e.g. something improving two-weapon fighting or the like—be a fair judge of what makes sense) at their full price.
  • Characters that have levels in a class archetype—or another class option such as a magus arcana—that granted the opportune parry and riposte deed can freely retrain any levels in a class that grants those features. They may also sell back any equipment that no long functions properly based on retraining (e.g. a monk weapon if you retrained levels in kata master).
  • Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

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    Yeah, there are a couple of other ways to abuse this spell, but I would rather see it removed.

    Since it is from a player companion, the chances or an errata are just too slim.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    It is nice to have a firm ruling. Thank you John.

    (I don't really care about punitive measures, but players who want to abuse obvious errors like that are welcome to avoid my tables) .

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    claudekennilol wrote:
    blackbloodtroll wrote:

    Hmm.

    A one time use, Quickened True Strike effect, might be worth it, for 2000gp.

    That would be slightly different than a ring of true strike. The ring would work on the first attack roll. Not on the first desired attack roll.

    A continous true strike ring is a very bad idea indeed.... just make it a use activated ring, so when you use that hand to attack, deliver a touch spell, or make a ranged attack, that lovely bonus will be there....

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Wraith235 wrote:

    it is legal

    Equipment: all magic items on page 25 and pages 28-29; Prestige Class: Liberator (reduce all skill rank requirements by -3)

    its on page 25

    The legality of the items is not in question, the issue is if we should/can be allowed to correct an obvious error, especially once it has been confirmed to be unintentional by James Jacobs who, when it comes to the adventure paths, is very much in his element.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Ed Reppert wrote:
    Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
    Ed Reppert wrote:

    The charisma bonus is why I mentioned the ruby, since that's where it originates.

    I still don't know how to compute the cost of it, though. Rulebook cite, anyone?

    Quite a number of items don't follow the formula, and there is a good reason for that (ring of true strike anyone ? ), in this case someone might have just set a price that sounded appropriate.

    Depending on your build, that +4 sacred bonus to CHA might be a steal .

    We have a set of rules on how to construct magic items, and we're not going to follow them? Why not? What is this "good reason"?

    They are just a set of guidelines, and some items intentionally have a much higher price, a permanent mage armor item would cost about 2000 GP , now just look at bracers of armor. They are vastly more expensive (and IIRC follow the calculation for an armor bonus to AC).

    If the rapier were legal, I think pretty much every character of mine would own one, even as a backup weapon. When buying an item becomes a no brainer .. that is usually a good sign that something is wrong.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Ed Reppert wrote:

    The charisma bonus is why I mentioned the ruby, since that's where it originates.

    I still don't know how to compute the cost of it, though. Rulebook cite, anyone?

    Quite a number of items don't follow the formula, and there is a good reason for that (ring of true strike anyone ? ), in this case someone might have just set a price that sounded appropriate.

    Depending on your build, that +4 sacred bonus to CHA might be a steal .

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Bryce Kineman wrote:
    Rigby Bendele wrote:
    blackbloodtroll wrote:

    To be fair, there have been conflicting clarifications amongst members of Paizo Staff.

    Also, imagine if something we believe costs only 500gp, is listed in a source to cost 5000gp.

    Do you think one should be able to purchase it at 500gp, without official authorization?

    There are rules for price changes in PFS.

    So, for now, to maintain current rules, I would simply warn players, they are likely to lose said item, once it is updated. They may not have the money, and/or Fame, to purchase it then. Also, it could become banned.

    What concerns me about this item is that it overwhelm tables. I've seen a mesmerist use it for the +4 sacred bonus to CHA only, that stacked with her headband, so that she had a 26 CHA at level 4. This item is clearly a problem, and upholding clarifications made by the lead for the line (as it's from an adventure path player's companion) is not unreasonable.

    This item really needs to be removed from legality.

    making this item illegal seems a bit extreme. Though that depends on the ultimate price of the item. If they maintain this incorrect price then yes ban it. But if its Updated to be 21-25kgp then leave it. That's a hefty Price to pay, but worth it if you can use it properly.

    Increase the price or ban it, just donÄt leave it as is.

    Silver Crusade

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Maps Subscriber

    Thank you for the removal of the watermark.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

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    John regarding, the missing limit of skirmisher tricks for hunter pets. You could argue, that the description of the rapier is missing a "2" in a couple of places. http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2rmwz?How-Are-GMs-Ruling-Hunters-Animal-Compani on#2

    John Compton wrote:

    Basically what Robert said above. If you have to make a call as a GM because an ability seems to be missing a key piece of information (e.g. range or uses per day), I recommend aiming for a fair middle ground that keeps the ability useful without making it super powerful/limitless.

    Granted, this isn't a thread about how to rule on rules ambiguities in general; it's about a particular ambiguity. I recently overheard several of the design team talking shop about the Advanced Class Guide, so I'll try to inquire about this particular point and see if we can get some clarification.

    I`ll try to find other similar posts later.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

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    Ragoz wrote:

    James isn't part of campaign leadership. Those in charge can take care of this as they see fit.

    Again you would be contradicting an official paizo source. Do whatever you want at a private PFS game, but don't take action at a public event.

    It is an obvious mistake. I haven't checked occult adventures recently, but if it has a spell with a typo (e.g. 14d6 per caster level, instead of 1d6 per caster level) I expect every GM who becomes aware of the situation to correct the issue.

    While other miss priced items might be subject to argument, a +3 weapon at that price completely breaks the pricing guidelines.

    I am curious, what players, who would want to get the item at the unfixed price, would do after they die to a typo.

    "Sorry guys but the attack clearly states, that it deals 1d10+200, yeah it is pretty obvious, that it should be +20 but I really can't contradict the official source now can I ? ^^ "

    GMs have brains and I expect everyone to use the resources at their disposal when it comes to situations like this one.

    As far as I am concerned, the tactic/opinion from the players in the OP is poison to organized play.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    NewtonPulsifer wrote:

    I've read if one actually reads the book with durable arrows in it (Elves of Golarion) those arrows are listed as the crafting cost; I don't know for sure as I don't own it.

    So not only are they not sold separately (and you need to buy a regular sized lot of durable arrows, regardless of special material), you also need to triple the base arrow cost.

    Alchemy Manual is the most recently published source for those arrows, I would suggest using that source for your pricing calculation, especially since it allows something like tangleshot shuriken..

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    You can give a chronicle earned with a level 7 pregen to any character from level 1-6, but that character won't actually gain the benefits, until she reaches the level of the pregen played (not the min. level for that scenario, that applies only to GM chronicles).

    Alternative you can reduce the gold earned to the amount indicated in the guide and apply it to a new character immediately (though that character can't access the boons until she has reached the proper leve).

    If a character has several levels of XP ready for her, they are applied in order. This can result, in a character jumping from level 7 to a much higher level, but has the distinct disadvantage, that the character still only earns the gold she has earned with the level 7 pregen. Thus resulting in a rather poor high level character.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:
    I wasn't aware this was a legal source, but apparently it is.

    The old player companions have a number of very questionable things in them.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Say no.

    As a GM you are not forced or supposed to allow obvious typos. And a +3 weapon for 5020 is an obvious mistake.

    Until the time that he sells back that item, that character is not PFS legal. Tell this to the players and tell it to all GMs in your area.

    Just say no, don't argue with them. Don't get browbeaten into allowing it until further clarification.

    Silver Crusade

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Maps Subscriber

    This seems like a possible solution for a home game (if your GM comes to the conclusion that it is an issue), it does not seem like a workable solution for organized play.

    EDIT: Eidolons and animal companions are already NPCs, and GMs are technically in control of them. And obviously everyone should use the handle animal rules correctly.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Thanks John, have fun at Gencon.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Sarvei taeno wrote:
    honestly they have made severe changes in the past and never allowed full rebuilds. look at the crane style revisions those weren't even corrections those were completely reworded and nerfed. yet they did not allow monks to retrain those feats for free why would it change now? honestly whe people make builds they generally tend to read between the lines and find loop hoes. all they did was close the loop holes that they never intended to be there.

    Under the new rule, they actually could retrain those crane style feats ^^

    And to be blunt, some options like slashing grace were pretty clear.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Joe Ducey wrote:
    Mr Oger wrote:
    Whaaaaaat. this one killed another character, kensai master of many styles daring champion (main idea - samurai without armor). wtf, paizo D:
    The new FAQs did? If so how? I'm honestly curious.

    I assume, that he used spell combat to increase his number of attacks and action ecconomy, which no longer works with slashing grace (and kensei are quite often dex based...).

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Maybe your proposal could benefit from a couple of extended examples where character builds were negatively affected, and the new rebuild options do not help.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    UndeadMitch wrote:
    Joseph Kellogg wrote:
    Guide wrote:


    If an ability-score-dependent feature of a class, prestige
    class, or archetype is altered: You may rebuild your
    character to its current XP. Keep the same equipment, but
    you can resell any equipment that augments the changed
    ability score at its full market price.
    So if I'm reading this right, Daring Champions and Kata Masters will get to retrain due to the loss of Opportune Parry and Riposte, because in both cases the deed is part of the Panache class feature, which is ability-score-dependent. Correct?
    I don't believe that is the case, since the ability score that the class feature is dependent on has not changed.

    I believe, that, as written this text covers the situation where the ability score the ability uses changes (like the change in casting stat for warpriests), where the involved calculation changes (like the arcanist thing) or where the ability itself is changed (panache pool, spellcasting, channel etc. )

    Unfortunately it does not cover a situation where a class or archetype just looses an ability, or the archetype is changed so it replaces another ability.

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    Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guide wrote:

    Core Mode
    The Core Mode is an option created for both players and
    GMs and does not replace the standard mode campaign.
    New players and GMs may feel less intimidated by the
    focused content of this play mode.
    Core campaign players are limited to the following
    resources for character creation as explained in Chapter 2:
    • Pathfinder R PG Core Rulebook
    Guide to Pathfinder Society Organized Play (this document)
    • Pathfinder Character Traits Web Enhancement
    All players are allowed to play in both the Core and
    Standard campaign play modes. Core and Standard
    characters may not play at the same table. Core Mode
    characters may retrain their characters as noted on page
    22 but may only utilize the three documenst listed above
    with full access to earned core play mode Chronicle sheets

    Not crazy about the "guild" part, but at least the Core description mentions the old name.

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    Chris Mortika wrote:

    Just a vent: Bloody hell. I just spent over $50 to print color copies of the Faction Journal Cards on card stock for my players at Gen Con. And I get home to find out they're out of date.

    I'm sorry; I just don't have the spare cash to do this again.

    I feel with you, I still have plenty of Faction cards left too.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Chris Lambertz wrote:
    Darrell Impey UK wrote:
    Can we have the email addresses removed from the Faction Cards again please?
    Already done. My bad!

    Can we have the watermarking removed from the newest set of pregens too please ?

    Silver Crusade

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Maps Subscriber

    I messed up my last order, could you change it so it will be shipped with my next subscription order please ?

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    John Compton wrote:

    As a heads-up, Monday's blog is going to release the updated Guide to Pathfinder Society Organized Play, which contains expanded ways to retrain your character following a playtest or errata. It doesn't fix every concern, but it does address numerous concerns.

    These include more generous reselling of obsolete equipment, broader retraining of feat prerequisites, and clearer instructions for how to handle an item whose price has changed.

    Thank you John, it is very much appreciated.

    Silver Crusade

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    TOZ wrote:
    Man, so this is what it's like when Blizzard releases a WoW patch.

    Exactly, all those people who are mostly happy with the patch or don't care are all busy playing and don't post here.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Shisumo wrote:
    Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
    Well the Arcane Deed wording seems to be intended to prevent precise Strike, but it just happens to make it impossible to get a parry out of opportune parry, and most other deeds just don't work.
    Unless I'm misreading it, you can still parry, you just can't riposte.

    Yeah sorry I meant to say riposte. A real shame for one of my characters.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Well the Arcane Deed wording seems to be intended to prevent precise Strike, but it just happens to make it impossible to get a parry out of opportune parry, and most other deeds just don't work.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    I just decided to print a new set of pregens for tomorrow, but with the watermark situation, I guess my old black and white set will have to suffice.

    Silver Crusade

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    spell combat wrote:

    Spell Combat (Ex)

    [See FAQ]

    At 1st level, a magus learns to cast spells and wield his weapons at the same time. This functions much like two-weapon fighting, but the off-hand weapon is a spell that is being cast. To use this ability, the magus must have one hand free (even if the spell being cast does not have somatic components), while wielding a light or one-handed melee weapon in the other hand. As a full-round action, he can make all of his attacks with his melee weapon at a –2 penalty and can also cast any spell from the magus spell list with a casting time of 1 standard action (any attack roll made as part of this spell also takes this penalty). If he casts this spell defensively, he can decide to take an additional penalty on his attack rolls, up to his Intelligence bonus, and add the same amount as a circumstance bonus on his concentration check. If the check fails, the spell is wasted, but the attacks still take the penalty. A magus can choose to cast the spell first or make the weapon attacks first, but if he has more than one attack, he cannot cast the spell between weapon attacks.

    It doesn't look great for the Magus class in that area.

    Bucklers should work, light shields are... unclear.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    They didn't mention it, and I suspect that any clarification/errata regarding this issue would have to change/clarify the dragon disciple... so you might have to wait for a CRB errata.

    Silver Crusade

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Maps Subscriber

    You are obviously correct, sorry about that.

    In that case please cancel my Pathfinder Tales subscription it makes more sense to buy it locally (and I just discovered that they books are available as audio books - and I am a big fan of the format).

    Silver Crusade

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Maps Subscriber

    I just recieved the Email, but my subscription pdf of Lord of Runes seems to be missing.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Woran wrote:
    LazarX wrote:
    Tels wrote:
    Not by much, the average height of a European man in the medieval age was 5'8" and the average height of a European man today is 5'10".
    Diet can influence it alot. The Germanic barbarian tribes for instance, towered over the Romans because they were on the Atkins diet, and the Roman soldiers were grain-fed. We also have a lot of Colonial era houses in this neck of the country and visting them you'll notice that the ceilings are all rather low, even in the higher class houses like Dey Mansion in Wayne, NJ.
    All you non-Dutch people are hilariously short ;)

    All you Dutch people are hilariously large :) If course I am about 5,8 sooooo

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Thank you for not sanctioning it before the date, where the PDFs become available.

    Silver Crusade

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    Since I asked this in the other tread already, and I really want to get the printing done in time for my next event...

    Can we please get a version without the watermark? I don't mind players seeing my official PFS Email on there, but my private Email accounts gets way to many emails per day, and I would inevitably miss emails from players.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Can we please have get a non-watermarked version of the pregens? I looks better, and I would prefer not to give my private Email to new players - that's what the official one is there for.

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    After seven pages, I think we can all agree, that we all should try to avoid ever getting into a similar situation, so:

    Necromancers, you have plenty of wonderful spells at your disposal, you don't have to create undead, especially if other party members ask you not to do so.

    Followers of Pharasma, try to bring back your party members alive, if you feel that you have to take some kind of retaliatory action, maybe just rip the spell out of their spellbook, they can recover from that, and maybe learn. The same thing isn't possible if you kill them.

    GMs: Tell your players the consequences of their actions. If the players want to start a war, they better not try to do it at your table. Warn them that this kind of behavior could result in you banning one of both of them.
    And for heavens sake, don't penalize players for healing party members under any circumstances (unless they try to "cure" the dhampir).

    Everbody: Be nice and try to respect the other players, intentionally antagonizing others never ends well.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Lucas Servideo wrote:
    Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
    Lucas Servideo wrote:
    Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
    Could we get the poster in another format ? I was trying to print a larger version with the programm I use to print maps (postercut) but it doesn't accept pdfs and extrating the image from the pdf strips the text.
    What format would you like?
    PNG or JPEG would be very nice. I am planning this as a surprise for our next event^^
    I will take care of it after work tonight.

    Damn you are quick ^^

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    Lucas Servideo wrote:
    Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
    Could we get the poster in another format ? I was trying to print a larger version with the programm I use to print maps (postercut) but it doesn't accept pdfs and extrating the image from the pdf strips the text.
    What format would you like?

    PNG or JPEG would be very nice. I am planning this as a surprise for our next event^^

    Silver Crusade

    Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Maps Subscriber

    The previous posters are correct, in PFS (where this threat still currently resides) it can become relevant for Dhampir characters).

    Flagged to move to the rules forum.

    Silver Crusade ** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Germany—Aschaffenburg-Würzburg

    Could we get the poster in another format ? I was trying to print a larger version with the programm I use to print maps (postercut) but it doesn't accept pdfs and extrating the image from the pdf strips the text.

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