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Pathfinder Society Member. 678 posts (854 including aliases). No reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 6 aliases.

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BigCoffee wrote:
I'l go on a limb and say Wrath of the Righteous. I mean, no spoilers there, but the game ends at lvl 20, mythic, the stuff you do there at the end is world shattering.

As a player sure, but as a GM? Wrath has exhausted me mentally where I'm not sure I want to keep playing Pathfinder anymore. As for most climactic? As a PC I loved the end of Shattered Star, and as a GM I had a blast when my group finally faced off with the big bad of Carrion Crown.

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Rosc wrote:
His favored tools are is his Sextant of Kinship

With that charisma score, any tent he owns is a sex tent

I'm sorry for that...

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I genuinely thought you were looking to make The Stig as a character.

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Pointy-eared arrogant elven bastards?

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We're all goblins

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Female Changeling Rogue (Charlatan) 1 (HP 9/9; AC 12/11/11; CMD 12; Fort +0; Ref +3 Will +1; Init +1; Perception +5; Darkvision 60 ft)

”Allow me te expound on what me cadaverous friend is trying to say, all we want is to show how pleased we're being with the seeing some faces besides midgets,” I gesture to Smoak, “those with awfully, stiff sticks up their bloody arses,” I nod towards Sir Cudjet, “Dem Bones,” I tap Enosh with my foot, “And good god whatever the tiger thing is!” I give Khara a friendly wink and a smile. “And we be hoping that yer having a day that’s infinitely more wonderful than ours. And maybe perhaps we could earn a bit of extra bread and water tonight.” I then to give them the most beautiful smile I could muster despite the fact that I'm covered in filth and the blackeye from Blackerly's truncheon still mars my face.

Dice Rolls:
Bluff: 1d20 + 9 ⇒ (17) + 9 = 26

Bluff if they find me sexually attractive: 1d20 + 12 ⇒ (13) + 12 = 25

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What is this, I don't even...

All I know is clerics got 99 problems but a lich ain't one

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What is this, I don't even...

So what you're saying is that you've got voodoo, you've got hoodoo, you've got things you ain't even tried?

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S'mon wrote:

If gods don't have stats, how did Saranrae fight Rovagug? :p

Is Iomedae a Demigoddess? Does she have stats?

Cause it's a good story

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here you go

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Deadmanwalking wrote:
No other gods from real-world myths are worshiped on we have no idea, since we only get any details of deities when they are worshiped on Golarion.

Ahriman is worshipped in Golarion, so is Pazuzu and Lamashtu, as is Dagon, but the real world Dagon is not exactly the version from golarion

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I want to know who I have to seduce to get a changeling iconic...

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Set wrote:
or Set

Are you telling us you feel you should rule in hell?

Silver Crusade

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You, Sarenrae, you are the light of everything.

Your glare reaches down to the abyss
So that monsters of the deep behold your light. . . .
You destroy the horns of a scheming villain,
Your weapon will strike at him, and there will be none to save him.
My goddess, the universe longs for your light. . . .
Which are the mountains not clothed with your beams?
Which are the regions not warmed by the brightness of your light?
Brightener of gloom, illuminator of darkness,
Dispeller of darkness, illuminator of the broad earth.

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Being the unabashed Ravenloft fan that I am, I'd want a return to Ustlav and let us deal with the Whispering Tyrant

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I have a tendency to blast One Shot at Glory by Judas Priest during boss battles

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And here I was thinking you wanted to stat out Rob Halford.

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If anyone does a map of all of golarion it really should look like this one here.

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As the old spice guy

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It's Merisiel people she probably just thinks they look pretty.

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What bugs me about the setting? That Elves exist

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As a DM I don't feel I should have any say in what another player names his character. The fact that some people think they have the right to tell someone they can't name their character what they want seems a little arrogant to me.

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Bruunwald wrote:
In fact, he's been kicked out of our group at least three times.

Did you not learn the first two times?

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Are you and your group having fun? if the answer is yes, then you're playing the right way.

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Stome wrote:
RadiantSophia wrote:
This discussion is irrelevant except between an individual GM and her players.

I do not completely agree. A lot of the complaints are about how the system not the players (magic not being rare and so on.) Now of course one could change the system as much as they want but expecting anyone else to care about how they want the system to be is... silly.

Change it to play as you want to at your table or find another system. But this "my fun is more valid then yours!" bull needs to go.

But then what can we argue about besides paladins, alignments and monks?

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danielc wrote:
Monty Hall Dungeons

I haven't heard that term in a while, I think I'm getting old

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I think it goes both ways, sure players can get entitled, but a lot of "Old School" DM's and get entitled too. So you spent hours crafting a realistic fantasy world for me and my fellow players to adventure in, because your running the show, we don't get to make OUR characters the way we want them, but must instead kow-tow to what you think we should have? I'm sorry, I'm all for "realism" but this is a fantasy roleplaying game, there really should be a sense of escapism for the players that you seem to be missing. I don't want to play some scrubby farmer with a rusty shortsword, I want to be the hero of the story.

It basically boils down to something I told my cousin when he first tried his hands at running a campaign, "Your world, their story" sure you can craft a world down to the most minor detail, but if we players don't get to enjoy the limelight why should we even leave our farms?

Players and Gamemasters should work together to make sure they are both having fun, maybe you should give a little in allowing things to the players.

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tbok1992 wrote:

If Paizo does do a single-player Pathfinder game, I'd love to see 'em do a game in the style of a classic JRPG, with whimsical, animesque art and a heavy focus on story and all the classic tropes thereof. They certainly have the mix of magical sci-fi elements (The alien-filled planets, the Lovecraftian/Aberrant creatures, the firearms, all of frickin' Numeria) and they have a lot of the sorts of quirky races that tend to show up as party members in such games (Goblins, Stryx, Dhampyrs, Ghorans, Androids, the list goes on)...

Hey, if they can make an awesome JRPG starring Charles Barkley, they can make one of Pathfinder! CHAAAAAAAAAAAOS DUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU-

Was with you till you said JRPG

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What if the character isn't dead but just pining for the fjords?

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We'll set up a play date

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Solomon Kane is basically the archetypical Inquisitor, and since Howard's stories are all part of the Lovecraft Mythos feel free to toss Conan in there somewhere.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Zon-Kuthon is very much inspired by Clive Barker's stories, particularly "The Hellbound Heart" and the Hellraiser movies.

I can't possibly see how they're connected

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Roberta Yang wrote:
Here's another one: why can a wizard get a pouch of a thousand different spell components for free and grab any one he wants from it without spending an action, but an archer needs to track arrows and spend a move action to take out a bow?

Because fighters can't have nice things

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Is like trying to understand my glaswegian friend after she's been hitting the Scotch!

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Just look for any comic that has Etrigan in it

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Make an intellectual man who faints at the slightest whiff of something unnatural

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Adamantine Dragon wrote:
"All the world will be your enemy, Prince with a Thousand Enemies, and when they catch you, they will kill you... but first they must catch you."


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Here's why I play a Magus

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What they should have done is just have Seelah as the Anti-Paladin

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James Jacobs wrote:
The Drunken Dragon wrote:
Hm...considering that Mr. Jacobs sees them as the Bestiary 3 version, and Golarion as a campaign setting was originally his, I'd usually venture on having Golarion catfolk look like the B3 version. However, since I do so love khajit, in any other campaign setting I run, they're the ARG catfolk.

Parts of Golarion were adapted from my homebrew, not all of it. I never really had catfolk in my homebrew, in any event.

I do think that the look we got for them in Bestiary 3 is the best so far—the ARG version looks too much like the catfolk from Skyrim for my tastes, and the one from Shattered Star too much like Thundercats. Getting a single look for catfolk has pretty much been a fail across the board so far—not that one is empirically "better" than the others, but that we haven't managed to standardize things like how their feet and legs and ears and faces look yet is unfortunate.

At this point, it very much IS a pick which one you like best for your game. Going forward, the next time we do something significant with catfolk (I'm not sure when that will be) we'll nail it down for Pathfinder/Golarion.

Well then the smart thing to do here is to hire Carolina Eade full time

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Krome wrote:

Something I have wanted to play for a LONG time is an adventure AGAINST an Angel... I mean really how cool would it be for an AP BBEG to be an ANGEL!?

BTW anyone seen the movie Legion with Paul Bettany? The end of the world, the Apocalypse, the murder of all mankind by ANGELS!

Just following orders...

Oh yeah, what a great BBEG...

I'd recommend the Prophecy with Christopher Walken if you want ideas involving a villainous angel, not only do you have Walken as the villain but you get an amazingly creepy scene where Satan, played by Vigo Mortenson actually helps the heroes in stopping Gabriel.

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I have a question about this archetype. It says that they start with no armor proficiency, which I understand, but it doesn't say whether or not it changes the magus earning armor proficiencies as they level which happens, IIRC at 7th level, anyone have an idea on how to handle this?

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Needs more Carolina Eade. In fact most paizo books need more of Carolina Eade.

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Azaelas Fayth wrote:

My friend just gave me this about one of her players:

Fighter Level 1 with 5 Feats.
15 Point Buy
STR: 26
DEX: 26
CON: 26
INT: 24
WIS: 24
CHA: 24

They playing as Kryptonians?

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Well fighters are sub-par because they have ability to fly, and you can't fight what you can reach.

The Exchange

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I'm saddened that the first post didn't suggest a ninja for a pirate themed adventure path

The Exchange

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Just name him "D" you know you want too

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Chuck Wright wrote:

*Gets out his cane*

Back in my day the DM told us what kind of campaign he was going to run and we played or not... If we didn't like the way someone was running something... we ran it ourselves!

*put away cane*

That's pretty much the way things are played in my group

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Gauss wrote:


PC comes into town riding...A BULL.
NPC: Uh, mister, why are you riding a cow?
PC: Cause I can! Imagine the terror in my enemies eyes when they see this fine Bull charging them. Would you want to get in front when it charges?
NPC: Uhhh, no mister. So...what is the cow's name?
PC: My bulls' name is Steak-n-New-Boots.
NPC: Steak-n-New-Boots? Why would you name a Bull that?
PC: Well, what do you think is gonna happen to him when he dies?

Just thought I'd add that in. :)

- Gauss

That was probably what Max was thinking

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