Okay, I saw that there are two paizonian guilds on World of Warcraft on Borean Tundra (see the relevant thread).
These days I am more playing Star Wars The Old Republic, so I am wondering if there are also some paizonian guilds in that game, and if so, on what server.
Some of my players sometimes have some trouble to create their characters, by lack of knowledge of the Pathfinder system or time.
What resources would you fellows advise for pregenerated characters?
Of course I already have the Pathfinder Society pregens, but they are only on four classes (Cleric, Fighter, Rogue and Wizard) and for 1st, 4th and 7th level.
I don't mind if it is official or third party, paper or pdf.
Thank you in advance.
- Seldriss -
I am running a Pathfinder campaign (not in Pathfinder Society as I am using many houserules).
1. What amount of character points do you allow at creation for abilities? [10, 15, 20, 25]
Thank you for your responses, that might help me to adjust my own game to fit better the expectations of players.
I love Pathfinder, since the Beta.
But recently I decided to make the jump, for various reasons:
Now, Pathfinder or not, I still want to keep some of my houserules for thematic or mechanical reasons.
Races: The campaign setting I run has specific races, including human subraces. I don't think I will really change much, but I might trim them down, and retailor them to the Pathfinder format.
Classes: I made my own versions of the base classes, as well as additional classes and class variants.
Skills: I abolished the barrier of class skills vs. non-class skills many years ago, to give more freedom in customization of characters.
Feats: I reviewed some, created others and give some to everyone for free, like Power Attack and Weapon Finesse.
Combat: I roll for initiative on every round, to avoid the routine.
Magic: I use Spell Points, not vancian magic (spells per day). This is one of the main houserules I intend to keep.
There are some other things, about combat and other things, but these are my main houserules.
So I would appreciate some comments or suggestions from DMs or players with similar houserules or just an opinion about that stuff.
Thank you in advance.
- Seldriss -
I recently stopped my subscription to World of Warcraft and I am considering to switch to another MMORPG.
In the past I played Dark Age of Camelot, Star Wars Galaxies and Lord of the Rings Online.
What are your favorite MMORPGs of the moment?
One of my players is interested in the Orbs spells from the Spell Compendium and asked if she could get some of them.
My first response was to mention the changes I made on them a while ago:
But as my player was quite disappointed and reconsidered them, I am wondering if these changes are not too drastic and if they are not making the spells worthless.
I would like to know what you folks are thinking, how you are handling these spells, if you accept them or alter them...
Each Adventure Path presents new monsters, often original.
I think the question has been asked before, but why not publishing a compendium of these monsters, in an Adventure Path Bestiary?
That would be convenient to have the beasties gathered in one single book, even for those who already have them in their respective Adventure Paths.
Is it already planned?
Are they going to be included in the Bestiary II?
Recently i saw a third party supplement for d20 or Pathfinder (don't remember) about anthropomorphic races.
Does anybody know which supplement it would be ?
I posted this on the wrong thread so i repost it on its own thread...
A friend of mine just traded with me my own Pathfinder Corebook for the one he brought back from GenCon, signed by many good people of Paizo such as Erik Mona, F. Wesley Schneider, James Jacobs, James Sutter, Jason Bulmahn, Sean K. Reynolds, Wayne Reynolds and two other i cannot identify (i need to boost my Decipher skill), as well as a cool picture...
Thanks a lot to him and to you guys !
(I am not sure if this should belong in the Pathfinder or Off Topic category ? Feel free to move it, friendly moderators...)
As some of you might know it already, Wizards of the Coast launched a shoe design contest with a sneakers company, RYZ.
At this stage of the submissions i don't know what are the copyrights/IP restrictions, but i am pretty sure it doesn't really qualify as a D&D submission.
I am considering starting a Play by Post game here.
To make is short (i tend to be too talkative sometimes), here would be the basics :
The setting would be my own homebrew world, which i am running since the early eighties.
The rules would be D&D 3.5, modified by a bunch of houserules, affecting many aspects of the game.
For the PbP specifics, i don't intend to use any dice roller.
As i said, these are just basics, despite these technical details, my campaigns rely more on roleplaying than rules or dice rolls.
To be honest, this PbP would also be a playtesting ground for me, as i am constantly working on my system and my world.
Let me know if anybody would be interested...
This is something i posted on another thread, but it didn't get any reaction...
On WotC D&D webpage, the Player's Handbook, Dungeon Master Guide and Monster Manual are still announced for next month !?!.