The spelling and grammar makes people look that's why i never take anyone to task for it cause i get the strategy and i hope no one forgot the spell checker but either way.
Maybe it will make people look, but the people who look because you have poor spelling and grammar aren't helping your thread.
That's how dnd, and thus pathfinder, is designed. Generic classes that are designed to allow for customization of a character. Archetypes and prestige classes are meant to allow even greater customization. And I believe that is a strength.
Since you've already been taken to task for your spelling and grammar:
Does disqualifying the person who should win the gold metal in a race make the other contestants better?
The problem you're probably trying to address isn't wizards specifically, it is spell casting classes in general, divine and arcane alike. And even that is only actually a problem if it is a problem for the people at your table. If your fighter / rogue / whatever type players are having fun, and the spell casters are having fun, well that's what it is all about, not the imaginary concept of balance.
Is Destroying a Fellow Player's Raised Dead / Commanded Undead an action that Constitutes PVP in Society Play?
Rhapsodic College Dropout wrote:
I think playing a character that you know can't get along with a necromancer is the monkey wrench in the gears, not the necromancer himself.
Mr. Scruffy is definitely Belkar's animal companion. Belkar's also a strength build, near as I can tell. He's able to actually hurt things after all. and odds are very good that his favored enemy is kobold. And the comic never actually says how many levels he takes in any particular class, having multiple levels of barbarian is fine.
Personally, I believe they stack, but I can understand the argument that they shouldn't. That said, there seems to be a lot of insisting one side is right and a lot of insisting that the other side is right, but not a lot of clicking the FAQ button.
IMO: Spell fumbles are a bad idea. No one wants to be punished for doing what they do. And as a balancing factor, they'll have to totally rake the magic user over the coals to be remotely close to working, and then its like the player is being punished for his choice of class.
RAW there is nothing wrong with the barbarian using tactics or fighting styles. Many DMs, however, have a problem with it.
Purdue's take on the subject. Please note:
If the single points start to get long, then perhaps elaborating on each of them and placing them in their own paragraphs is the route to go.
University of Leicaster which says:
If your paragraph is longer than half a page, check to see if the idea would be better explained in two or more paragraphs.
(Page is referring to A4 page, of which your single paragraph is > 1.)
Lincoln University says:
Do you have a number of very long (a double-spaced page or more) paragraphs. If so, you might be making it hard on the reader to follow your argument. Consider where you might break some of the long paragraphs into shorter units.
(And again, yours is a full page, single spaced.)
Ignorance is excusable for those who are willing to learn.
Not only would it I allow it, it would never, ever, enter my mind to disallow it. Many polytheists offer worship to whatever deity is convenient, even if we have a specific one that we worshipped. Now if he were trying to worship gods from different Pantheons and dramatically different aspects (Say Odin and Set) I would expect a good reason for such (like his character's a bit cracked in the head) but I still wouldn't disallow it.
Add another thing that I don't get.
That student perished playing for his school team. Seems like his school should be picking up the medical bills.
Youtube's updates (or maybe it is flash updates, or whatever). Used to I could just kick back and watch youtube peacefully, I could jump around on the time and do whatever I wanted. Now it'll randomly freeze, or if I move the time it'll randomly freeze, sometimes when I go from full screen to not full screen, or vice versa it'll randomly freeze.
Seriously, give me the youtube I had 2 or 3 years ago and I'd be thrilled.
If you want a truly violent sport, check out stick ball. It was called "little war" back in the day and was used to settle disputes between the tribes. It is toned down in the modern age considerably, but it can still be incredibly violent. I have a friend who plays (who is a professional boxer), and his team was challenged by a more traditional team that had a beef with them and they refused the challenge (and in so doing looked like wimps) because the traditional team was out for blood. Literally.
Choosing a college based off either sports (assuming you don't play that sport yourself) or based off a family tradition (assuming you're not getting in because of the family tradition). You're going to college for academics, choose your college based on academics. . .
I am a Freeport backer which is already scheduled to be 4 months late.
Why do I need this bestiary? Sell me.
Advanced bestiary was one of the best, if not the best, bestiary put out during the 3.X era (rivaled only by the bestiary from Iron Kingdoms or Sword and Sorcery). It was good enough that Paizo continues to use it to this day. (The other advanced books were pretty damn good as well.)
Actually quite a few kickstarters from our 3pp are delivered on time, and LRGG even sends their products out early. :)
That aside, Green Ronin has been around the block a time or two, I'm sure they're quite capable of delivering what they promise.
That's true, but in general, every social group is going to have a pecking order, and when the top of that pecking order is taken out the rest will generally follow the new leader.
Backer # 47.
There wasn't even a pause from the time I saw this until it was backed. Only thing I had to do was decide what level to back it at (and since I don't use hero lab or dead tree books it was pretty easy there as well).
It wasn't just the location that bothered me exactly, it was that the pcs are at the tavern (and only the pcs) and they're there for no good reason other than the adventure says that they are. And what are they doing there? Just waiting for the adventure to start.
If the BBEG had figured the pcs as the threats and lured them to the tavern with some kind of promised reward or something that would even have been fine. If the town had a law that required all out of towners spend their nights in the tavern (which suddenly doubles as an inn, and for the express purpose of keeping them from causing mischief around town, maybe because the barkeep is the town's law enforcer) and that was why the pcs (being the only out of towners) were there alone, I could accept it.
1) Yes. They can gain any talents they wish so long as the talents do not specify "clever godling only" or "mighty godling only."
2) Yes. I see nothing to indicate that they would not be able to in the text.
I'm not interested in the Reaping Stone because the hook had absolutely no appeal, I don't know how to say it any plainer than that.
However, having gotten the pre-release of the Bleeding Hollow I must say it is a different ball entirely. I'm absolutely loving it.
Typically the time to negotiate terms of surrender is before you lay down your weapons, not after and talking is a free action that can be done irregardless of the initiative count.
Having read only the o. p., there isn't nearly enough information here to make an informed decision.
First, were the pcs somewhere that they could have successfully captured the mooks and taken them to justice?
If not, or if the pcs didn't have time because they're on a time sensitive quest, and especially if the minions themselves are evil / have done evil things that the pcs know about, then I can definitely side with the pcs.
If the pcs were able to take the npcs captive and take them to justice and simply chose not to because it would be inconvenient, then I would accept that it was an evil act, at which point I would ask "so what?" Are you going to bounce the pcs around across the alignment scale every time they do an act that doesn't fit with their current alignment?
First, Seebs reinforced the idea that it was "any spell on the magus's list." He didn't say "any spell you can cast" or "any spell cast from magus spell slots". He simply stated "any spell on the magus last."
Secondly, it may not "win anyone to my side" but it did get favorited by SKR. I'd rather have him on my side than Seebs.
Third, ignoring the first two, it is a fact. If people would actually read and think about what they read, rather than just saying "hey it says any spell on the list so I can cast level 6 spells" fewer threads such as this would come up.
It is the question in the O.P.
My question is that literally any spell for the magus spell list? Or any spell my magus has prepared that day? If the former, why even bother making the magus a prepared caster?
If you think every advantage is "too good to be true" then yes, you're correct. However, compare "I get an extra attack from haste when I use spell combat" to "I get to cast unlimited level 6 spells at level 1 with spell combat" and tell me which one is too good to be true.
Reading with your brain engaged isn't going to solve every possible problem and sometimes there will be multiple legitimate reads. However, the vast majority of the time, it will solve all the problems, including the one whose thread we are in.
You tried to give an example of how reading the rules and assuming the most ridiculous scenario (which really isn't all that ridiculous) is the correct reading. However, your example was incorrect, and the more conservative reading is correct. The failure of your example reinforces my argument, I'm simply pointing that out.
Diego Rossi wrote:
Looky there, the not too good to be true RAW won the day. Who would've ever thought that?