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Beltias Kreun

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You couldn't even multiclass sense I with quing gong, as you can't multiclass monk with monk.


So did he mean the paizo PRD or d20pfsrd? Big difference there...


Google 'true scotsman' fallacy.


It has already been done as negative traits for PF: Drawbacks

There's also Purple Duck Games Flaws.


Thanael wrote:

For a nice investigative adventure set in a neighboring fighter academy check out the haunting of Soldragon Academy

Or how about the 2e Wand of Archeal for an all wizard party?

Pathfinder module Academy of Secrets takes place in a Mage school.

d20 Penumbra Unhallowed Halls is another mystery adventure taking place at wizard school. (Review available here)

Check out this old thread for adventures involving a wizards tower and this younger thread for interesting wizard builds for an all wizard party

Setting wise Headless Hydra Games Mor Aldenn City of Mages should be mentioned. HHG has a nice Mor Aldenn: City of Mages [BUNDLE] available on rpgnow (sadly not on paizo). The idea of their Mor Aldenn mini setting (complete with a tower for each school of magic!) is explained on their site here.

Mor Aldenn is a bit like you propose with several schools iirc.


Alex Augunas blog about building Hogwarts Wizards


Check out Redhurst Academy of Magic,(more free Redhurst bits), Unhallowed Halls and Academy of Secrets.


Check out this post for free legit PDFs of the Dragon Kings Gazetteer and PF rules supplement.


Why is this product not available anymore ?


Changing Man wrote:
Scott_UAT wrote:
Alex Smith 908 wrote:
Scott_UAT wrote:
Relevant
That's missing Dragon Kings. Though Dragon Kings rules book only just now got sent out to the backers.

Main thread stipulates that the list covers things that are publicly available for sale. I will add it once it goes live to the public :-)

(Looking forward to it though!)
I beg to differ. The World Book has been for sale for quite some time already, and the Pathfinder Rules Supplement for Dragon Kings is free. (So is The Gazetteer, but that's beside the point).

Thanks for posting those links. I never knew the PF PDFs would be available for free...


More 2e Kyton Lore to pillage or adapt.

(Yes I know PF Kytons are different from 2e Kytons.)


Quote:


Hopefully, Wes Schneider, if he is available, the creator of kytons might give some insight into the care and feeding of kytons. :-)

Kytons predate Pathfinder...


Note though that fanmade is probably a conversion of rules published in a 3E paizo product, or material from a free webzine like Wayfinder. You will prbably not be able to just post your homebrew to the d20pfsrd.

Though if you sign up you can get your own "lab" where you can post stuff.

Also I'm still not sure if you understood: d20pfsrd is not an official paizo site. They have their own PRD: http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd


You might like Rite Publishing's 101 not so urban encounters then


Oh I just remembered a very nice novel with a strong female and roguish protagonist: A Soul for Tsing by Chris Jackson, who also wrote a Pathfinder Tales novel. The book features a young woman trying to support her ailing mother by doing night jobs aside from her dayjob as a waitress in a rough an tumble part of the city. Here's a bookfinder search for it. As with all of Chris Jackson's books I read so far, they can easily be viewed as Pathfinder or D&D fiction even though it doesn't say so on the cover.


PF tales with strong female protagonists:

Ross Byers wrote:

Pathfinder Tales stories with a female protagonist:

Plague of Shadows and Stalking the Beast focus around Elyanna. [a female elf ranger] (Stalking the Beast also has a female gunslinger portrayed as a primary character.)

Blood of the City's protagonist is Luma, a female half-elf urban druid.

Called to Darkness's protagonist is Kagur, a female kellid barbarian.

Skinwalkers' protagonist is Jendara, a female ex-cleric. [of the pirate goddess, she's a mother now. She's also featuring in Mother Bears the free web fiction]

Dark Tapestry (the Legacy of Fire journal) is about a female (half-?)elf druid.

Guilty Blood (the Carrion Crown Journal) also has a female lead.

Light of a Distant Star (the Shattered Star Journal) has a female lead.

The Treasure of Far Thallai (the Skull and Shackles Journal) has a female lead.

I might have missed a few.

I'm only including novels here where the driving character was female. We can get quite a few more when we realize that Pathfinder Tales books often follow the 'adventuring party' model, leading to strong female characters that, while maybe not the protagonist, are co-protagonist, or at least more than 'supporting'.

PF Tales with roguish protagonists:

Liar's Blade features a male rogue protagonist with an intelligent sword.

Also check out these two threads: - about fantasy novels with strong female protagonists
- about PF Tales novels PG ratings


3.5 allowed hiding somatic components of spellcasting via sleight of hand opposed by spot: link. (This skill use was introduced in races of stone iirc)


Escrima stick = club = jo? stick iirc


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*has fond memories of the Eberron goblinoids and the Legacy of Dhakaan trilogy*


Do PCs use Gestalt rules in your campaigns? If not what was iomedae's build before her ascendancy?


Check out Adventure Quarterly. It's Dungeon Magazine's spiritual successor and features one high level module per issue.


Thanael wrote:
Four Dollar Dungeons Horn of Geryon is a great 1st level wilderness adventure with lots of GM guidance in the module. Read Endzeitgeists review of it.

All of 4DD modules seem to be gathering awesome reviews emphasizing the user-friendliness for GMs and also the great value of the adventures.


Exzellent thread. Dotted.


Four Dollar Dungeons Horn of Geryon is a great 1st level wilderness adventure with lots of GM guidance in the module. Read Endzeitgeists review of it.


Cavalier: Look at gendarme, honor guard archetypes.(Both also applicable to Samurai iirc)
Samurai: Sword Saint gets rid of Mount iirc.


Are there any rules for handedness?

"I'm not left handed either!"


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Tacticslion wrote:
Hermea (LG Mengkare for life!)

+1

And Nex. And Geb.


For a nice investigative adventure set in a neighboring fighter academy check out the haunting of Soldragon Academy

Or how about the 2e Wand of Archeal for an all wizard party?

Pathfinder module Academy of Secrets takes place in a Mage school.

d20 Penumbra Unhallowed Halls is another mystery adventure taking place at wizard school. (Review available here)

Check out this old thread for adventures involving a wizards tower and this younger thread for interesting wizard builds for an all wizard party

Setting wise Headless Hydra Games Mor Aldenn City of Mages should be mentioned. HHG has a nice Mor Aldenn: City of Mages [BUNDLE] available on rpgnow (sadly not on paizo). The idea of their Mor Aldenn mini setting (complete with a tower for each school of magic!) is axplained on their site here.


More free Redhurst bits...


For a d20/3E Harry Potter type game check out Matt Forbecks Redhurst Academy of Magic. It is usually available on ebay for around $ 10 and the book is really quite gorgeous. The Player's Guide is available for free as a 155-page PDF download that presents the full school information, maps, and background but does not include the GM's secrets and the rules.

Reviews were good too.


See Sutters post in this thread


Those archmage's names sure sound familiar...


Whoa that's some thread necromancy...

Thanael wrote:

For high-level adventures check out Adventure Quarterly (#2 has an 18th level adventure, and they do each have a low, medium and high level adventure, and of course check out their [not so] current [anymore] kickstarter for more info and a great deal on issues 5-8), and of course Coliseum Morpheon, both by Rite Publishing.

Also check out the Level 16+ thread for some more excellent suggestions...


Got a link for -Light of a Distant Star by Bill Ward ?


So community you have to help me out. I got a package waiting at customs and they say I have to bring an invoice/bill. But the thing is I have no idea which of the many kickstarters i have backed this could be.

The sender is John Morris, 5105 Leary Ave, Seattle, which after some googling is the Card Kingdom shop.

My guess: Is this perhaps Emerald Spire Superdungeon by Paizo ?


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Thumbs up Dale!


Kingmaker was my first thought too. Or maybe the gothic AP Carrion Crown?


Kobold Quarterly 14 has a feat for this I think.

Also Riffle scrolls rules from Inner Sea Magic.


Ill just leave this here: 30 mercenary companies by Rite publishing.


Aside from the excellent recommendation above check out the rest of the Wilderness Dressings line by Raging Swan press (and maybe their free setting and other products too), and also
Random Encounters: Wilderness by Rite Publishing and the Random Encounters Remastered series by Purple Duck Games


You might want to check out the 2E planescape monster manual entry for the nightmare for some more details.


At level 7 offer everyone Leadership for free but only if the character recruits the cohort/followers. No seriously.. It un-breaks the feat and rewards high CHA more than dump stat CHA, encourages roleplaying and investment in NPCs and the campaign world.


Thanael wrote:
Little Red Goblin Games wrote:
For those who like Ravenloft should check out the guys who are doing the "Mistfinder" fan conversion.

Ryan Naylor is also doing a pathfinder conversion of Ravenloft. Currently it's in this thread on the Fraternity of Shadows forum but it will be made into a couple of PDFs sooninsh.

Red Goblin, I hope Expedition to Castle Ravenloft has not been your only exposure to the Ravenloft setting...

Little Red Goblin Games wrote:

Oh this is Scott Gladstein, head goblin over here at LRGG. Yeah, I've done games in and out of Expedition, but that was my first exposure and still one of my favorite modules.

As soon as Ryan finishes up that- I'd be psyched to read it and add it to the list! Sounds like my kind of game!

The PDFs are out. Check out Ryan Naylor's Pathfinder version of Ravenloft here.

For those who only know Ravenloft from the Expedition book, I heartily recomend looking into the 3E and yes even 2E versions of the Ravenloft Campaign Setting proper. It's a glorious product line...


Sgt Spectre wrote:

Awesome Dragonstar!!

It would be great to have this!

does anyone know if there is a Ravenloft Pathfinder Conversion already out?

Google Mistfinder or check out Ryan Naylor's Pathfinder Ravenloft netbook on the FoS forums


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As i said in another thread, the folks from Wayfinder already did some support material for the BB and they also use Golarion specific stuff all the time. Maybe getting them on board would be good or you can at least ping them for advice. And you can cross promote if they do a Sandpoint and/or BB issue.


Check out a boy and his dog on Alexander Augunas blog for a nice mad dog barbarian with a wolf companion build. Read why it's not too bad going halfling with it in his previous blog post: where have all the halfling fighers gone.


Check out A Wizard's Fate from Dungeon #37.

It's a ruined tower where the an imp guards the treasure trove of it's deceased master and the secrets of his tragic tale...


Buy more 3pp adventures and not crunch. ;-)

Highlight the 3pp options with NPCs (adversaries or not) when you DM, strange spells and class abilities to either keep the players guessing or wow them or both.


If you need pointers on where to print try mailng some of the other 3pps. Frog god games Bill Webb recently recommended

Bill Webb wrote:

Walsworth. Best printer in the US

Email me if you want an introduction.

in this thread.

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