I don't get what gets you all so worried about this AP.
OK, they are not Paizo, so they can't keep the same rhythm. And then what ? They have book one almost ready if I read them correctly, so it's all good.
I prefer to wait for a good book and get it eventually, than get a bad book right away.
Well I'd take the six Bestiaries, but with the stats still. :)
Kelsey MacAilbert wrote:
Indeed, we do. It's relatively recent, and quite variable.
BAd : whisky from Brittany (can't remember the Brand)
I have to try Bastille, though. Never heard from it before.
Of course we are most famous for Cognacs, Armagnacs, Calvados, and "white spirits" (Pear, Mirabelle, Plum, ...)
bad news for me, I like them all, though lately, I have grown a taste for Rum. Especially Kraken Rum (Damn Razor Coast thread)
1) It could be a fellow nobleman. It could be for financial reasons, or because of extra-marital activities.
There is also a logical problem : if you give a bonus for fighting differently, it means that you are not fighting to your best in normal time. And that makes no sense - when in a life or death situation, you will goive your best to survive - you had better. That is the basic attack assumption : the best of what you can balance.
Power attack is okay, in the sense that you lose something in exchange for more damage : that is a trade, and take your chances.
It could be better if you traded AC for force : you swing a mightier blow, but can't parry as effectively as you otherwise could, since you are out of balance afterwards.
I think something went wrong : instead of the content of the order, I got three boxes of Skull and Shackles. I have looked at my order history to see if it's me or what, but I think some confusion happened.
Please can you check on your side too ? unfortunately, due to bad habit, I threw out the delivery paper, so i can't check this.
And how do you climb out, when you are a monster with low int, no climb skill and no wings, especially at the higher levels. Say, a golem ?
That's an save or die at second level. I find this pretty unbalanced.
I am not fond of high level adventures for several reasons :
The second is that in many high level adventures, the plot is often full of logical holes.
Next, you need a challenge worthy of these high level heroes, and it way too often goes into "extra planar invasion" to avoid upsetting the existing world.