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The Skinsaw Man

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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Cards, Maps Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 1,910 posts (1,915 including aliases). 9 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 2 aliases.



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Not Fillable

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I read the reviews and nobody said whether it was fillable or not. So I bought it.
It is not fillable and does not do calculations which is what I want in a character sheet being I am lazy and do not like to redo my sheet everytime there is a change in my character.

So I am disappointed in the sheet. It is basically worthless to me and it will get buried on my hard drive in the dead sheet graveyard.


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Giantish Goodness

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Up until last night Skinsaw Murders was my favorite adventure in the path. Last night my characters reached the home of the giant responsible for the attack on their town and whose plan may take over all of Varisia. It was a fantastic gaming day. We all had a lot of fun and we are not finished yet. Buy the whole path and run it for your unsuspecting PCs - they will either never forgive you or never forget you... Either way you win.


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Delicious Logueness...

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Nick Logue set out to create a disturbing romp through a backwoods inbred group like the Hills Have Eyes and he was very successful. I suggest as a DM doing a bit of work on connecting it with the rest of the AP and especially what the party had been doing previously but other than that it was tough and disturbing for my group and that was the intent. Wonderful.


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I liked it...

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The Anubis Murders by Gary Gygax is a fun read. It is set in an Earthlike world where a Magician/Priest from Eygpt is asked to solve strange murders of strong wizards. This Magician/Priest is somewhat of a celebrity in his world and his life is filled with challenges. Gygax is not the best writer of fantasy fiction but he is a good story teller and creates interesting characters.


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Elak Rocks

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Elak of Atlantis is a collection of stories by Henry Kuttner. These stories are written in the tradition of Conan. Elak is the brother of a King in Northern Atlantis and it follows his adventures through several conflicts with beings of great magical power often with divine help. There are Druids, Monsters, Gods, Swordplay and damsels in distress. Great work from a simplier time. I have read several Planet Stories books now and I have enjoyed them all.


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