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RPG Superstar 2013 Marathon Voter, 2014 Marathon Voter, 2015 Marathon Voter. Pathfinder Society Member. 8,669 posts (10,287 including aliases). 10 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 14 aliases.


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Now all Momoa has to do is nail a casting for Namor in an upcoming Marvel movie, and he can be King of Atlantis in two different universes.

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Are gnomes stupid in this world? Most people would run away from the angry monster rampaging through town, not just stand around waiting for it to punch their blood out of their bodies.

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For some reason, I'm reminded of this.

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Mikko Kallio wrote:
I didn't like this monster initially, but it grew on me.

Yeah, it grew on him...like a fungus! See? Right? High five!

"Jacob W. Michaels wrote:
...while there are some bright spots in this monster...

Yeah, big, blue, phosphorescent ones all over its cap! Right? Right? High five!

Okay, enough with the puns. We now return you to your regularly scheduled monster critique.

This is the 12th monster entry I've read. Initial impression is mixed. Name is kinda punny, but it seems like a cool sentient fungus, and I like those. Let's dig in and see what's here.

Name: Not sold on it. Kinda punny. Fits the monster though.

Description: Sounds slightly silly looking. Not necessarily a bad thing, as adventurers may underestimate it, to their dismay.

hp: Slightly less than normal for its CR. Oddly, it has one less HD than is typical for a plant of this CR.

AC: On target for its CR.

Attack: Within range for its CR, on the high end.

Damage: Within range for its CR, on the low end.

Primary Ability DC: High for its CR, equal to a CR 8.

Saves: Fort slightly high, Ref slightly low, Will on the money. Here's where that missing Hit Die would have come in handy. Base for poor saves would have gone up to +3, evening out the Ref save and you would have had an extra feat to play with.

Feats: Not sure Power Attack fits here. The others are mainly bumping saves, which would have been helped by that extra Hit Die, and there would have been another feat here to work with.

Skills: Looks good. I like that the phosphorescence works against them.

Special Abilities:

Disease: Good writing, and a sensible ability for the creature.

Hive Mind: Pretty powerful ability that makes these things significantly dangerous in larger numbers. Speaking of numbers, under Organization it should probably read: single, pair, or colony (3-6). I also have to agree with 137ben; I don't see why this is a supernatural rather than extraordinary ability.

Spore Swarm: Excellent idea, and I like how you execute it mechanically.

Phosphorescence: Again, I like that it has a light-based weakness that isn't light blindness.

Poison: Appropriate, but perhaps a bit of overkill at 1d4 Wis damage. Especially with the high DC.

Background: It fits thematically in Nar-Voth, and I like the derro tie-in.

Overall, I rather like this monster. It works rather well as an addition to the Darklands. Is it creative enough to be Superstar? Intelligent mushroom folk have been done before. Does this have enough of a creative spin to it to get past being old hat? Best of luck to you in the voting!

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Ermagherd! Game blerht!

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And here I thought Succubus in a Grapple would never have any competition...

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This will be the 4th entry I've viewed. On first glance, I like the initial concept. Swarm of flying, little aberrations with an eye theme. Not exactly original, but let's dig in and see what we've got.

Name: A bit too obvious with the eye connection, and not really explanatory of anything.

Descriptive Text: Provides a clear image of the creature, and a really creepy one at that. Good.

hp: Below average for CR, but given the swarm traits, not a deal breaker. This many HD, however, alters a lot of other abilities. The baseline of 10 HD for a CR 7 aberration is there for a reason. The hp balance might have been better made by a Con boost, since it doesn't affect so many other areas of the monster.

AC: Slightly below average, but it can't be hit by weapons anyway.

Attack: Swarm, so not applicable.

Damage: On par for a swarm of its CR.

Primary Ability DC: High for its CR, as is the distraction ability. However, we're dealing with a swarm and the HD boost to get its hp up boosts a lot of things across the board.

Saves: Saves are high across the board. Gonna make it tough to take this thing down, since weapons don't work. Might be a balance issue here for its CR. Hive mind makes it more vulnerable than an average swarm, but its high Will save negates any advantage that might provide.

Statistics: Half the stats should be even, and the other half odd. All its stats are even. Also, why Str 4? Why are flying eyeballs so strong? Rats are a size category larger, and they only have a Str 2.

Special Abilities:
Eye Possession: Weird and cool, but it eats up a lot of word count and I'm not sure its really a fully baked idea. Too many unanswered questions about its limits and how to counter it.

Gaze/Multigaze/Unavoidable Gaze: Cool, interactive abilities. Dangerous though. Might be toeing the line for its CR. Not so bad for a party aware of the danger in time to take precautions, but potentially a TPK machine for a group unprepared for the encounter.

True Seeing: Uh-uh. No way. A CR 7 monster with a 5th level spell as an at-will ability on top of the rest? Way too much.

Feats: Wouldn't Fly-By Attack be useless for a swarm? It technically has no attacks, just a set amount of damage done to any creature that starts its turn in the area of the swarm. It can't, per the rules, fly past a creature and deal swarm damage. Iron Will and Lightning Reflexes and their Improved versions move toward unbalancing this monster. There are only so many ways to beat a swarm, and this one is closing those holes in its defense fairly thoroughly.

Skills: I ran the numbers on the skills twice and come up six skill points shy of the 72 the monster should have to spend. That's taking into account that it has Stealth +17 just from its Dex mod and Size bonus, and that Bluff, Diplomacy, one Knowledge skill, and Linguistics are not class skills for aberrations. Also, it seems it should have one more language on its list from Linguistics.

I agree with the judges that double treasure is ridiculous. How do they carry it?

Background: There's too little here. I find the idea of the obsession with seeing everything appealing, but the connection to Nar-Voth is weak. They need a better tie-in. Perhaps if they were creations of the derro, either escaped or perhaps still working for their creators, acting as spies and furthering their insane experiments upon surface dwellers, or both. That would anchor them to the area through an already existing race. As is, the link to Nar-Voth is weak and I'm not sure the background stands on its own.

Overall, I find the concept really intriguing. I have concerns that it might be too strong for its CR as written, which would (technically) put it outside the range required for the contest. Whether the cool factor is able to carry it remains to be seen, after I see what the other dozen entries have to bring to the contest. Good luck!

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This half of the season is supposed to be gnarlier than Rick Grimes' beard.

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May 22nd-25th, to be exact. Print copies will be available to con attendees then. Pdf should be up on the site soon thereafter, and contributor copies will find their way out after that. (Going off how it's gone in prior years.)

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Bonus Feat
You immediately gain a bonus feat.
Benefit: When you choose this feat, you may take another feat of your choice, provided you meet the prerequisites for it. This feat may be taken multiple times. Each time you choose this feat, you may choose another bonus feat.


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Male Human (Ulfen) Cleric 7

These rats are really protective of their grain.


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Male Human (Ulfen) Cleric 7

hp 30/48. And, of course, I have none of my Animal domain spells prepared.

"Aaaaarghh!!! Flamin' arch-hell bastards! Crockplucking pisswads!" By the bloody flamin' horns!

Flailing at the rats covering his body, Agnar quickly takes several long, hopping strides, hurrying outside the barn and away from the rats, then drops his bow and begins fumbling at a pouch at his belt. Move action to clear the barn, second move action to pull a flask of alchemist's fire from his belt pouch.

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Not sure how they do it on your side of the pond, but here you can use those as tax write-offs, since they're research material for freelance work.

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Congratulations, Top 16!

The uppermost levels of the Darklands. A fine place to brew monsters. I speculate that we'll see a mix of aberrations, oozes, and monstrous humanoids, with a handful of other types in the mix. Perhaps someone will try their hand at a new gremlin.


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Male Human (Ulfen) Cleric 7

I vote we ride through to the main road and try that biggish building by that little central island. Assuming nothing pops out and tries to kill us, that is. KROATOAN.

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Lord Snow wrote:
This is a very good point. In the first CA movie, Carter was presented as some sort of badass that the people involved in the project of creating CA were already trusting (it always irritated me, by the way, that it was made very clear that she is a good trusted woman of action, yet somehow nobody ever considered choosing her to be the first to be tested with the new super-soldier thingy - just one of the things that make that movie bad). So she was involved in matters, treated as an equal and relied upon.

There were no women on the front lines of WWII. The idea would have been unthinkable. Carter was a competent agent, but her operations were strictly behind the scenes. They were looking for a super-soldier, not a super-spy. Hence looking for a suitable prospect among the enlisted men.

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Just wanted to express my admiration for the official judges who are providing commentary and insight on the submissions, as well as to the voting public taking the time to weigh in and critique. It takes time and effort, especially when you take the time to provide feedback. I hope the finalists appreciate the efforts you make.

I'm reviewing freelancer submissions for LPJ Design, and I'm already tired after two of them. 32 maps or a couple hundred magic items? Forget about it.

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Joynt Jezebel wrote:

Celibate- "Abstaining from marriage and sexual relations, typically for religious reasons." Oxford English Dictionary Online.

And its a quote from a comedy film, the name of which escapes me at this moment. I am pretty sure its being used correctly. Maybe its got an older rare meaning.

Yes, and the response is also a quotation, from another comedy film, The Princess Bride and apropos, considering that the joke from the first one is adequately ironic, so they go well together.

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Wells is a master manipulator, so it's hard not to feel sorry for anyone that falls under his influence. Whether he intended for anyone other than Barry to be affected remains to be seen, though Hartley wasn't so much affected as afflicted, since he was injured and had the implants to help.

I was impressed by how they managed to work in sexual tension between West and Hartley without any direct dialogue.


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"We could build a gallery where your art can be displayed. Something with a "no owlbears allowed" sign outside the door. Maybe open it to the community and let other artists share their work as well."

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Sorry, DungeonmasterCal. If I'd known you needed it 3 years ago...well, I couldn't have done anything about it, because Kobold Press asked for it last year. Still, if you pick it up, I hope you find it useful and fun. I definitely had a blast writing it.

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Mystic_Snowfang wrote:
The only way you could completely exclude sexuality from your game is have everyone be androids.

Wrong.

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You had me at "encroaching lava."

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Found this article on io9 the other day: 10 rule for making better fantasy maps.

In the tradition of Castle Ravenloft, the fortress of Scarwall from the Curse of the Crimson Throne AP was a pretty impressive map.


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Welcome!

Now that we're 7th level, I'll be sure to have a restoration handy more often than not. Kereek with a Wisdom deficiency is a scary thing.

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Always teh sex. Teh sex is teh hot. Always teh sex.

Seriously though, the extent to which sexuality plays a part in a campaign is entirely up to the group playing, and how much they're comfortable with entertaining during a gaming session.

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Okay, I think I'm ready.

Arcanavore
Aura strong abjuration and universal; CL 15th
Slot none; Price 73,313 gp; Weight 14 lbs.

Description
This +1 keen adamantine bardiche is carved with intricate runes on both blade and haft, and instilled with a hunger for magic. On a successful attack, make a targeted dispel check (1d20+15) if the target has one or more spell effects on it. If successful, the highest level spell in effect is dispelled from the target, and the weapon absorbs the magical energy, gaining an additional +1 enhancement bonus for each level of the spell, lasting a total number of rounds equal to the enhancement bonus gained. (For example, if the arcanavore successfully dispels haste, it gains an additional +3 enhancement bonus for the next 3 rounds.) Once the arcanavore absorbs enough energy to gain a +5 enhancement bonus, additional energy may be used to grant the following special abilities to the weapon, assuming the weapon has absorbed enough energy to meet the base price of the special ability: defiant, glorious, limning, and nullifying. These last a number of rounds equal to their base price modifier. The weapon's total bonus cannot exceed +10.

The arcanavore can also absorb energy from sundering magic items, which provide longer lasting bonuses. If it deals sufficient damage to an item to inflict the broken condition, it gains +1 enhancement bonus for every three Caster Levels of the item (or special abilities as above, minimum bonus of +1) that last 1 minute per caster level of the item. If a sunder attack destroys the item, then the duration is doubled.

The arcanavore only sheds light while using absorbed magic.

Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, dispel magic, keen edge, limited wish, creator must be a caster of at least 15th level; Cost 38,313 gp

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Jensen Toperzer wrote:

I am the first timer alternate, yeah.

Time to have a massive anxiety attack.

No time for an anxiety attack. As a former alternate, I know how you feel, but you're on a time crunch. You're one bad case of the flu away from the Top 32. Get your map finished and turned in. :)


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Hang on a tic...

Sorry to see you go, Patrik. Treshiell will be missed.

I'm okay now. Just needed to let off a little steam, let my Hitler out and have done with it. Given the overall quality of the Top 32, I'm not feeling totally crushed, but there's that tension that just needs to go before I'm ready to give congratulations.

The arcanavore was mine.

Wait? Exit poll? There was an exit poll? How did I miss this?

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Movement During a Charge: You must move before your attack, not after. You must move at least 10 feet (2 squares) and may move up to double your speed directly toward the designated opponent. If you move a distance equal to your speed or less, you can also draw a weapon during a charge attack if your base attack bonus is at least +1.

You must have a clear path toward the opponent, and nothing can hinder your movement (such as difficult terrain or obstacles). You must move to the closest space from which you can attack the opponent. If this space is occupied or otherwise blocked, you can't charge. If any line from your starting space to the ending space passes through a square that blocks movement, slows movement, or contains a creature (even an ally), you can't charge. Helpless creatures don't stop a charge.

If you don't have line of sight to the opponent at the start of your turn, you can't charge that opponent.

You can't take a 5-foot step in the same round as a charge.

Quote:

The subject can tread on air as if walking on solid ground. Moving upward is similar to walking up a hill. The maximum upward or downward angle possible is 45 degrees, at a rate equal to half the air walker's normal speed.

A strong wind (21+ miles per hour) can push the subject along or hold it back. At the end of a creature's turn each round, the wind blows the air walker 5 feet for each 5 miles per hour of wind speed. The creature may be subject to additional penalties in exceptionally strong or turbulent winds, such as loss of control over movement or physical damage from being buffeted about.

Should the spell duration expire while the subject is still aloft, the magic fails slowly. The subject floats downward 60 feet per round for 1d6 rounds. If it reaches the ground in that amount of time, it lands safely. If not, it falls the rest of the distance, taking 1d6 points of damage per 10 feet of fall. Since dispelling a spell effectively ends it, the subject also descends in this way if the air walk spell is dispelled, but not if it is negated by an antimagic field.

Nothing in the description of movement during a charge says it doesn't work with air walk.

Nothing in the description of air walk says you can't charge.

Conclusion: A creature under the effects of air walk can charge normally.

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thegreenteagamer wrote:

6. Day 1: "I don't detect any traps. I'm gonna check again, just in case I was wrong." "You sure? You said there weren't any." "Yeah, but, you know...um...nevermind, I'm just checking again."

Day 2: "I don't detect any traps." "Gonna check again?" "Nope. I know there aren't any." "How?" "Um...nevermind that."

6a. "I don't detect any traps." (To the fighter) "Go ahead and open the door." *takes a step back*

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Thomas LeBlanc wrote:


TLDR: See what others like, read to improve craft, and keep trying.

Quoted for emphasis.


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Male Human (Ulfen) Cleric 7

*gasp* Has Kereek found Prazil's future mount? Only time will tell. (Probably not. Owlbears are notoriously bad-tempered and hard to train, even without cursed rings.)


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"Sorry, Prazil, but whoever made that armor for the owlbear may have also had it attack us. And if it's this guy," he says, pointing at the corpse, "then I'd say his armor making days are over."

Agnar shakes his head, pondering the scene for a moment before heading towards the exit.

"I'm going to find a place to set up camp. The only person we've found that might know something about this owlbear is dead, but that's not going to give him an excuse to give us answers. We should spend the night here. In the morning I'll try a spell and see if I can't convince his departed spirit to speak to me."

If everyone's okay with it, we can rest here, get a point or two of ability damage taken care of, and I'll prep a speak with dead and see if we can unravel at least a little of this mystery.

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Also a surprising lack of darkwood as a material, considering how many staves there are, not to mention the bows, javelins, etc.

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quibblemuch wrote:
Jeff Lee wrote:
GM_Solspiral wrote:
One of my best friend's is a bear...
One of your best friend's what is a bear?
Really? Personal pronoun vs. clitic convention snark? Have you not seen the first sentence on the RPGSS 2015 page?

Every time you use an apostrophe to pluralize a word, zombie Aroden strangles a kitten.

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GM_Solspiral wrote:
One of my best friend's is a bear...

One of your best friend's what is a bear?

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mamaursula wrote:
Jeff Lee wrote:

C is for coughing, with which I am fraught

D is for drugs, which I'm taking a lot, because
E is for effluence, what my snot does a lot
F is for flu, which I have got.

Oh, sorry, we were talking monsters. Never mind.

No...One post per letter...sheesh, just because you're sick doesn't mean you get a pass here Jeff! :-) Hope you feel better soon.

I'm a maverick and a rebel! I'll do what I want! Plus, I'm thinking D is interfering with my comprehension a bit. Kinda fuzzy. I've slept 14 hours out of the last 24. That might be contributing as well.

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C is for coughing, with which I am fraught
D is for drugs, which I'm taking a lot, because
E is for effluence, what my snot does a lot
F is for flu, which I have got.

Oh, sorry, we were talking monsters. Never mind.

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I have seen my item more times in voting this year than in the last three years combined. This disturbs me. I fear change.

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The neutral response.

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I made this staff from the leg bone of a giant slug.

What? Slugs don't have legs? Or bones?

Bah! Don't try to tell me about monster anatomy. I'll do what I like! Next you'll try to say I can't make a magical shield out of this ice toad's shell.

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ZZotherrequirements...

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Snakes vs. Crows!

Snakes, crows, ravens, frogs...

Next year I want to see more hippopotamus themed items.

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Out of all the shields that do the Thing, I think I like this shield that does the Thing best.

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Sexism was rampant. Never mind that many of these women were doing jobs that men left behind when they went to war. They just got displaced when the men returned home to pick up where they left off.

I have to agree this was a much better start than Agents of SHIELD had. Right into the thick of things. Of course, we're dealing with a character we already know from the first Cap movie, and no need for team building and such.

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Thunderfrog wrote:
So is it okay to email your item to a list of friends for critique as long as you dont post it on the forums?

Yes. Just be sure they understand the anonymity necessary for the contest. Wouldn't want someone to accidentally spill the beans here on the forum or elsewhere. As long as your item isn't publicly tied to you, you're fine. I get feedback on my creations all the time.

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Just took a look at the post-cull list and am disappointed to note that my favorite piece of magical tech did not make the cut. This is too bad, because I thought it was really well done. None of the others really caught my attention.

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GM_Solspiral wrote:

Is it weird that even if I do not make top 32 or top 100 it would soften the blow significantly if I made a few of my favorite poster's top 32 lists?

Like if I made Meepo, Ferros, Angry Wiggles, Mamaursula's, Jeff's, and like 2/3rds of the Jacob's I'd still feel like a winner.

Not weird at all. Knowing you made an item that the community really liked is something to be proud of. I'm always pleased when people enjoy my work.

That said, I'm really hoping this will be the last year I can compete.

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Having a lot of pairs now where I have to reread things carefully. Items are a lot more closely matched now.

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