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On your off-topic spoiler, can we really call anyone besides the Tau the Good Guys in that setting? Even then, calling them good might be a stretch
But all those abilities come from his race, so in order to do superman correctly you'd need to create a Kryptonian race
David Eitelbach wrote:
Robert E. Howard wrote some great jungle-based fiction for his Conan stories. "Iron Shadows in the Moon," "The Pool of the Black One," "Queen of the Black Coast," "Jewels of Gwahlur," and "Beyond the Black River" are all excellent stories, although the theme of "the characters stumble upon the domain of powerful, primitive creatures from a lost age" can get a little repetitive.
You can also check out his Solomon Kane stories that take place in "Darkest Africa" or try some Alan Quartermain stuff. Also IIRC wasn't Conrad's Heart of Darkness set in Africa?
I will recommend hobgoblins. I dont know how often they are used in golarion APs, but the fluff paints them as exceedingly militaristic, they have excellent stats, and no reason to be dum. The could act as a god "mongol horde" type of thing.
That's what I went with in my homebrew setting, the Hobgoblins are a combination of Mongol Horde, Feudal Japanese Nazis
are there any paladin archetype or prcs that allow for other alignment than the typical lg, or the antipaladin?
Just finished opening my case and while I am extremely satisfied with all the minis I received, there a few issues.
1. Four of the minis were not even connected to their bases, these minis were Alain(1 of 2 I received), A Schir Demon(1 of 4), A Locust Demon(1 of 3), and a Dominion Invader(1 of 1).
2. The only Imrijka I received HAD NO ARMS!!!!
While I'm not looking for replacements I was just wondering if anyone else had run into similar problems.
Nessie Rilveria wrote:
Any chance you can give me a few pointers on inputting a custom archetype? I just can't get it to add up with the editor.
Inquisitors make amazing damage dealers, in my current shattered star campaign my Inquisitor/Grey Gardener is consistently one of the top damage dealers in combat, and since I'm playing him as Lawful Neutral, he's also pretty fun in the RP sequences. The point of the class to me seems like a very flexible divine caster, you'll never have the spellcasting ability of a full spellcaster, but you do get a lot of interesting tricks to set up combat in your favor.
Also lets look at art for the pathfinder iconic inquisitor here and the character from pop culture who I see as the archetype for the entire class here. Notice what they have in common? Awesome hats!!!!
I like your idea of Jonathon Rhys Meyes as Asmodeus, but the less anything makes me think of Firefly, the better