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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Please. Your treasure is a bag of gold chocolate coins left over from Christmas and a book of McDonald's gift certificates...

Damn good thing Sharoth is a silver dragon, cause that was ICE COLD.

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Like punchy elementals.

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Hard to do anything as a political party if you win and have no idea what to do about it.

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MisterSlanky wrote:
You suggested it, not me. ;-)

Nice try, no weaseling out of your part!

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Omnipresident =/= omnipotent.

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A bunch of -1s, just as it should be. :)

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Eyes:
Just another fly caught in a spider web. ;)

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This says it best.

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Daw wrote:
You could argue that "You are considered Flat Footed" is a different thing than being "Caught Flat Footed".

What I think of that argument cannot be broadcast on this forum.

Get you a FAQ answer on that and I'll admit to being wrong. But it has jack all to do with PFS.

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I can!

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You can contact customer service to get your previous accounts recovered rather than generate new ones, if there was anything you wished to be able to access on them. Not really a requirement for you, it sounds like, but I know that losing access to my downloads would be a serious inconvenience.

As for your original thread, there really is no way to say they used your idea. Independent teams can come to similar conclusions without having been inspired by each other. Look at Trailblazer for an example of something that was developed and released about the same time as Pathfinder. You'll see a number of similarities.

Here is some helpful advice from a similar complaint.

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You mean this thread? It doesn't seem tied to you, unless you have two accounts, which is against the terms of service. I also don't see how Occult Adventures is related to that thread.

This FAQ may enlighten you further.

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The secret is alcohol, and lots of it.

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What if I tell you my character is ridiculous?

Of course, I usually don't have to tell you, you realize it as soon as I speak in character.

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It's just not that pressing an issue, unfortunately.

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Or throw your car into the wall.

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*shudders*

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A lovely boon, that.

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I may be slightly jealous of that gaming room.

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TxSam88 wrote:
Now, yeah, the AP's are written for 4 sub-optimal characters, for less experienced players, whereas we are 6, highly experienced players, who build highly optimal characters and take an optimal mix of classes. So the AP's should be less challenging to us as a whole. However, even with all that in consideration, the GM should not need to effectively DOUBLE the CR of an encounter just to challenge us.

No, that is exactly what should be happening.

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HP means nothing against ability damage.

If your GM is softballing encounters by never hitting your weaknesses, of course you'll want to ban things.

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BINGO!

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Answered in FAQ.

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Negative Energy Affinity: How is this ability (Bestiary 2, page 299) supposed to work?

The intent of this ability is that the creature is healed by negative energy (like an undead) and harmed by positive energy (like an undead); this is automatic and has nothing to do with the intent of the target or the energy-wielder. However, as written, the ability is a bit confusing because of the phrase “reacts to,” which doesn’t have a clear definition. This ability will be changed in the next printing of Bestiary 2.

Update: Page 299—In the description of the Negative Energy Affinity ability, replace the current entry with the following:

Negative Energy Affinity (Ex) The creature is alive, but is treated as undead for all effects that affect undead differently than living creatures, such as cure spells and channeled energy. Format: negative energy affinity; Location: Defensive Abilities.

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Report under 3217-1, if you must. Auris hasn't expended anything to need a chronicle for.

I'll post it in character too, but Auris has the Property Broker vanity and will happily get you a good deal on any property vanity you might want to purchase. (Reduce cost by 1PP)

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Hmm wrote:

My interview date with Know Direction Podcast has been announced. I'll be talking about Play by Post! They'll be interviewing me at 8:30 EST. If any of you want to tune in and make encouraging noises or ask good questions in chat, please do.

Hmm

Blarg, why must I be at the movies for this? D:

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And lo, we have discovered what the problem actually is.

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Chess Pwn wrote:
ranged character's shouldn't really care about attacking in melee. like 90% of the time enemies shouldn't be getting next to you. 90% of the time they do you should be able to 5ft step back and then attack with no worries.

Something else to think about is the fact that up until 8th level, you only have one attack a round, barring TWF and other things. So it literally costs you nothing to walk away from melee and deny the fighter his full attack. The usefulness of this tactic will vary, as at low levels they only have one attack themselves, so provoking a second attack doesn't benefit you. For those cases, 5ft step and throw. (Step Up isn't as common as you might think.)

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I didn't need it to be THAT extensive!

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Jack Brown wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Oh good, I thought I was missing out.
You are.

Such is life. May I see SkalCon once again.

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lol, like anime has stuff in common. ;)

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Oh good, I thought I was missing out.

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*prepares venture harness in large wolf size*

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Wayang- I mean, Goblin Cavalier for the win!

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Or sonic pteranodons serving as taxis.

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Been right there with you, murdered two characters and ran the rest off with a strong encounter while they were already wounded.

Endure and Renew!

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Letric wrote:

That's kinda my issue. Party is small, I wanna play something Divine, but being stuck to a crap cleric every single time is annoying.

If the Warpriest doesn't get access to Breath of Life is it the system's fault or the party's for not getting a cleric?

It's no ones fault.

The game worked fine before Breath of Life came along. The game works fine if you bring a warpriest instead of a cleric.

What DOESN'T work fine is not changing your tactics in light of the differences. You can't continue to operate the same way you would with a cleric when you have a warpriest instead.

Play what you want. Realize you need to adapt to the new environment, or you will fail and not have as much fun. But it isn't the games fault in that case, it's yours for not being flexible.

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Tusk the Half-Orc wrote:
So does a masterwork magnifying glass bought as a "masterwork tool" cost half as much as a regular magnifying glass?

Yes, but it only applies to Perception checks to find traps.

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Tusk the Half-Orc wrote:
What the heck is a "Masterwork Tool of looking for traps"? A really good 10-foot-pole?

Magnifying glass. Grimtooth's Book of Traps. A live sheep.

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I rock a dhampir warpriest that throws his scythe as his ranged option.

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HWalsh wrote:
Meaning each book has to be written by hand.

Magic to the rescue! (Again.)

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Holy s!$#.

Elimination Chamber:
Bray is the champ! Finally!

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Age of Worms.

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Then get some house slippers, heathen!

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Previous discussion with similar results.

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Gary Bush wrote:
These two parts imply to me that players playing an adventure to meet the minimum size should reported as normal.

I don't parse them that way. Reporting the results of the scenario is not the same as reporting the characters.

If the intention is that every player is reported regardless of receiving credit, it is not being communicated to everyone.

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But I want to pet the kitty.

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Snowlilly wrote:

"I swear I will kill you."

Vow made at start of fight.
No time frame is specified.

Oooo, you better hope you get the killing blow.

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I have never reported characters replaying for no credit. If we are supposed to, it is news to me.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
pH unbalanced wrote:

Classes I have never seen played in PFS(including pregens):

Vigilante
Play with me at GenCon. :)
In which identity?

Yes.

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Ryan Freire wrote:
This is an insane breach of trust

You never trusted me in the first place.

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