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So Prophet of Kalistrade PRC has a cool ability (yes I know this PRC blows in general) called Auspicious Display
A prophet of Kalistrade projects an air of confidence and inviolability by displaying his wealth and status. So long as the prophet wears 1,000 gp worth of purely decorative jewelry, clothing, or other adornments, he gains a +1 dodge bonus to AC and a +1 morale bonus on saving throws. This bonus (and the necessary value of his accoutrements) increases as he gains levels, to +2 for 4,000 gp at 4th level, +3 for 9,000 gp at 7th level, and +4 for 16,000 gp at 10th level.
Now my question is this, aside from Jewelry (this is the easy way) is there any way in hell to spend 16k on clothes? A royal outfit is only 200Gp
Is there any RAW anything on the prices of clothes that cost as much as a decent sized keep?
Silk from a phase spider? ball hair of an angel? anything?
Thanks for the help.
So we all know the normal adventuring equipment, bedroll, cloak, insanely magic weapon and armor, stat boosts etc.
What about stuff for someone that likes to live the high life?
Are there magic items to make the road less crappy? Instant pavilions? perhaps with unseen servants built in?
Clothes that are always the height of fashion?
Think Rod of splendor, but more then 1/week.
Thanks for the help.
For the curious it is for a Lore oracle who works as a sage and is used to the better things in life.
So I'm joining a new campaign (all Pathfinder books allowed) and the char creation rules are odd.
All characters will get MAXIMUM Hit Points for their first three Character levels.
Attributes:No dice will be rolled.All attributes start at 10.You have 15 additional points to spend to increase attributes.You may trade points at a 1:1 ratio but may not lower a stat below 7, nor increase a stat above 18.
This method for attributes creates fairly low adventurer stats, but above the typical commoner. I did this on purpose. Your characters will grow over time. You may purchase Attribute increases using XP. Note that this rule is not found in Pathfinder books. This is my custom variant. Costs are listed below:
New Attribute value Cost in XP
Now this is all well and good, but it does make for fairly low stats and makes MAD classes non-viable (IMHO)
So I was thinking Orc Scarred Witch?
I prefer full casters, but im kinda thrown here.
Any ideas would be helpful.
Character Name: Lem
Character Name: Amiri
So My wife and I play in a 6 person group and are having a ball.
Anyway, the only issue is that we have trouble feeling like the character we are playing is "Ours" so in that vein I want to make custom character cards with the picture and names changed. That way all the game stats stay exactly the same, but its not Kyra the Cleric, its Brother Jerome for example.
Sadly I cant find good high res images of all the character cards (both sides) as well as the card that is just the character's picture and name to put at locations. Tho really the last one I can just make new easily enough as it really just a picture in a sleeve.
Any help anyone could be would be great. Sadly I don't own a scanner or I would do it myself.
Driver 325 yards wrote:
Not to be rude, but is that not exactly what you are also doing?
I would love to see a Witch Archetype that focuses on the Charm angle.
Maybe Cha casting? more charm stuff then one hex?
I'm thinking of something like the devil in every movie where the hero is talked into a deal that ends up screwing them over.
Think the Devil from Ghostrider. Dark, charming, but a total dick.
Wow, I totally agree with Shallowsoul here.
If I know a GM fudged to keep me alive it ruins the game for me, if I am low level then the character should be dead and what I do from then on is almost a lie.
If i was high level then it seems the GM thinks so little of me that I would really complain about spending a bit o' gold.
Either way, not my brand of fun. I like to play pathfinder, in Pathfinder there is a chance my character dies, please do not take that away.
On the other side, when I GM I roll, what happens, happens.
[[Mind you I mostly play PFS so that may be a tad different.]]
So I am making a Dwarven Inquisitor. This is for PFS
Backstory is that he was held as a captive by a mage, escaped, swore revenge.... you have heard it before.
Anyway I am NOT doing the SR as a Dwarf for several reasons, the first is that it sucks.
Weapon will be an Earthbreaker (have a PFS boon to get prof)
Will tool around in heavy armor and hit things.
I am taking the trait "Glory of old" to bump my racial bonus to +3 vs spells, spell likes and Poison.
1. I have a boon that gives +1 on saves Vs one school of magic and +2 on spellcraft checks to ID it. What school do you think?
I will be taking step up at 5th BTW.
Thanks for the advice.
I'm really curious as well, maybe...
The ambush in the alley? Not sure what you would surrender, but that's the only thing I can think of
So I am running at bGencon this year and one of the things I (and most other people) are running is "Bonekeep"
Due to a ton of people all running it at once I assume it is a special, is it the one from WF?
The only thing I am confused about is this, if it is a special, why do I not have a tier next to it (Like Gencon Special 5-9)?
Any info would be helpful as well.... I'm really curious.
Thanks for the info.
Sorry, but I have to ask. How the hell is a level 5 Barbarian doing only 20 damage on a critical?I'm at a loss to how you can even do that without actually TRYING to suck.