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RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32. Goblin Squad Member. RPG Superstar 2013 Champion Voter, 2014 Champion Voter, 2015 Marathon Voter. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 2,284 posts (2,436 including aliases). 5 reviews. 1 list. No wishlists. 12 Pathfinder Society characters. 2 aliases.


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Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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Jeff Lee wrote:

I think Mamaursula is right. Some of you crankypants need a break.

I ran my Pathfinder game today. When I pick up voting again later tomorrow, I'll be refreshed and ready for a new round of pain.

And yes, for whoever mentioned it, Skull & Shackles is terrific. Yarr!

My Emerald Spire game keeps getting cancelled! :(

But I did some shopping (voted while wife drove), saw a few movies (voted during pre-show), and attended the work Holiday Party (voted when possible).

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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Feros wrote:
mamaursula wrote:
Jeff Harris 982 wrote:
got yourself an rather impressive tag yourself Mr. Alexander Bennett, well done there.
I'm with Alexander, you should wait on the Champion until next year! :)

Nah! I say go for it! We few need more company to make us look less weird!

One of Us! One of Us!

Gooble Gobble!

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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Just remember everyone, if there is a cull, you will need to see you item again...

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I am so glad quite a few people made sure I knew their items were entries into Round 1 of RPG Superstar...

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33. Hang out in the DMTools Chat

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Thomas LeBlanc wrote:
I think this one is going to be the record holder for longest name in RPGSS.

I woke up this morning and realized it was named by Derek Zoolander...

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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I think a self-aware computer program submitted a paladin sword. The program evolved and resubmitted. Over and over again.

Or else the paladin sword is a pokemon and I am seeing its evolutions...

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Can you please hurry up an add my item to your list?

KK, thanks, good bye!

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So many good items! My brain is not nearly as pained as last year. I have a lot of items that have Top 32 potential, if you forgive formatting.

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This year is much better that the 2 prior years of voting. I feel like I am seeing items that made it past the first cull. Call me impressed so far.

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Mechanically speaking, I click on the button that says "___ is better". I never select "Both items are equally good/bad". Mentally, I ruminate first...

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I think this one is going to be the record holder for longest name in RPGSS.

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Feros wrote:

3rd time entered, 3rd time going for Champion Voter status.

Less than seven hours to go! :D

We got this!

Champion Voters unite. Form of POLLING MACHINE!

5th time entering. 1st was an absolute disaster (just awful). 2nd wasn't so bad (looks at RPGSS tag). 3rd year I made the Top list. 4th year was me getting too cocky (bad Thomas! no blood item!).

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Orloff wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
There's a reason staves are hard mode.
I'm starting to wonder if staves aren't so much hard mode as a trap to be avoided at all costs.

Staves have room for lots of improvement over the way they are currently presented. Look back to some of the older editions, 3PP, or other game systems.

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Jacob W. Michaels wrote:

I have to disagree slightly with mamaursula.

Especially early on, take that full minute before it lets you cast your vote to really look over the items. Think about what they do and which item you think is better. Read 'em a couple times. There's no race to get the most votes. And sure, one vote alone isn't going to make a huge difference in the rankings, but I wouldn't want someone to downvote my item because they didn't read it closely and realize what it does.

Now, after two weeks of voting, when you've seen every item a half-dozen times, then I have no problem switching windows since I'm likely to know which item I prefer after about 15 seconds. Still, even then, I try to weigh the merits of both equally and scan each to make sure I'm remembering both correctly or that it's not an item I haven't seen before.

Agreed Dragon Michaels!

I take my time unless I remember the item exactly, which usually starts happening around 1k. I remember hitting new items into the 3k range.

I look over the items I instinctively dislike to see why I dislike them. I once spent 30 minutes on a single item that was horrendous and over word count, because I was actually trying to figure out what it did, nothing was my conclusion.

I take notes on quite a few good/bad items, to help with voting or ideas to use later. Sometimes certain phrasing on items is genius, while the rest of the item is dull. Novel mechanical aspects can sometimes require a bit of rules delving to see exactly how they work.

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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Hylian Master Sword
Aura strong evocation; CL 20th
Slot none; Price ZZ gp; Weight 4 lbs.

Description
This legendary +5 forceful longsword has an intricate silver and blue handle with two yellow topaz gems inlaid where the blade meets the hilt. The following abilities are granted to the wielder:

  • If the wielder is at full hit points, the first attack with the sword each round shoots out a 30 foot line of energy that deals 1d8 force damage to all creatures in its path.
  • The wielder can shoot out a 15 foot cone that deals 3d8 force damage as a standard action.
  • If the wielder took the total defense action, at the beginning of the next round the wielder may deal 3d8 + Str modifier + 5 force damage to all adjacent targets as a swift action. A 20th level character, the damage increases to 6d8 + double Str modifier +10.

Construction
Requirements Craft Magic Arms and Armor, creator must worship the goddess Hylia; Cost ZZ gp

Magic Weapon Special Ability Description

Forceful: Upon command, a forceful weapon is sheathed in an invisible but tangible field of force that deals an extra 1d8 points of force damage on a successful hit. The force damage does not harm the wielder. The effect remains until another command is given.

Moderate evocation; CL 10th; Craft Magic Arms and Armor and mage's sword; Price +2 bonus.

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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Kaer Maga if I have to choose a city that has plenty of detail.

But the one I think is the most potentially interesting places is Gogpodda. Imagine the Pacific garbage patch inhabited by gnomes. Besides just rubbish, imagine lost wrecks from all over the Arcadia, Avistan, Garund, and possibly even flotsam from Azlant all mixed together in one place. One of the most inquisitive races of Golarion dwelling therein, with access to magic and technology from many different locales.

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Age of Groetus (aka The Final Age)

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Vanguard (Slayer) wrote:
Ever Ready (EX): At 7th level, a vanguard is never considered an unaware combatant (Core Rulebook 178) and is always able to act in the surprise round. The vanguard is still flat-footed in the surprise round until he acts. This ability replaces stalker.

Seems to over complicate things.

Core Rulebook wrote:
Unaware Combatants: Combatants who are unaware at the start of battle don't get to act in the surprise round. Unaware combatants are flat-footed because they have not acted yet, so they lose any Dexterity bonus to AC.

Why mention unaware combatant at all? Since you restate that the vanguard can act, but then remove the flat-footed until acting. Why not use an ability from existing source instead?

Ultimate Combat Sohei (Monk) wrote:
Devoted Guardian (Ex): At 1st level, a sohei can always act in a surprise round even if he does not notice his enemies, though he remains flat-footed until he acts...

That is much more concise.

Rewrite wrote:
Ever Ready (EX): At 7th level, a vanguard can always act in a surprise round even if he does not notice his enemies, though he remains flat-footed until he acts. This ability replaces stalker.

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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Necrovox wrote:

Ecclesitheurge has me rather confused.

Ecclesitheurge’s Vow: At 1st level, an ecclesitheurge makes a vow to his deity to be protected solely by his faith, not by armor or shields. An ecclesitheurge who wears prohibited armor or uses a prohibited shield is unable to use his blessing of the faithful ability, use cleric domain powers, or cast cleric spells.
The last two are clear, but there is no blessing of the faithful ability...?

Clerics are my favorite class, so this was the first thing I read in the ACG. I am disappointed to see such an error.

Next Issue:

Bonded Holy Symbol wrote:

At 3rd level, an ecclesitheurge forms a powerful bond with a holy symbol of his deity, akin to a wizard’s bonded object...

For example, an ecclesitheurge with a bonded holy symbol necklace must be at least 3rd level to add magic abilities to the item...

It says you must choose a holy symbol, it isn't worded to allow a choice like the wizard's bonded object. Since a holy symbol is slotless, the cost penalties for enhancing it seem to make this ability not nearly worthwhile when compared to the wizard's bonded object. Also, necklaces aren't a legal choice for a wizard's bonded object.

Balance: This archetype seems to be the worst cleric archetype to date. The altered weapon and armor proficiency seems balanced with domain mastery & bonded holy symbol, but nowhere near worth the penalty imposed by the ecclesitheurge’s vow. Maybe the missing blessing of the faithful ability would make this archetype more balanced?

Spoiler:
Why do Paizo designers/editors hate the cleric so much?

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So many nice extras in the PDF version!

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Lady Ophelia wrote:

I originally had plans to go to Pike’s Market with Robyn, but on my way up to my room, I ran into Nani and Kyle Pratt once more. Running into them, turned into an impromptu game of Port Godless. With none other than John Compton as my GM. The table was Thomas LaBlanc, Kevin M, Nani, Kyle, me and Dave the VC of Georgia. I won’t spoil the game for anyone who has not played it. But needless to say, this was a game, that I was exhausted after playing. Not from fatigue of the convention, but from all the things that took place during the game. It was an incredibly complex plot, which had so many ways to get things done. I like to think of it as the “sandbox” of PFS Scenarios and that is a rare thing to accomplish. So props to the team for the most mentally and in some cases morally challenging adventure to date. I look forward to breaking this one down and reading more of it post-convention as well as taking a few brave souls through it.

Best. Game. Ever.

Best Quote from Game:
Thomas: So I am going to run and try to fight the baddie.
Kyle: Are you mad?
Thomas: No. I have balls.
John: The best feat one can have.

Someone had to run past the enemy to try and prevent the alarm from being sounded and hold the stairs. It was only 1 AoO and I was only a little more than 100 ft from the party.

I really enjoyed you and Dave's reaction to the talking intestines! Unfortunately, my character had seen worse...

It was great to finally meet you. Maybe we will finally see each other locally (darn schedules!), instead of traveling to another state to do so.

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I would like to see 2 books based on the 7 virtues of rules/mortal sins based on those of Lissala/the Runelords. Character background charts, classes, feats, spells; preferably 1 of each per virtue/sin.


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Cyrad wrote:
Demon Devastator

Conjoined: Demontator!

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Alexander Augunas wrote:


— I'm a little bit apprehensive about the inclusion of vampires. While iconic, vamprism is usually a template, not a separate creature. As a result, this doesn't seem like a monster entry that's really worth it's salt here because there are already rules in place to build high-powered vampires.

Agreed.

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Yes, please!

A lil disappointed no fey made the cut though.

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Yeah, we use words good!

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When I was younger I read the book The Integral Trees by Larry Niven. When I created an elemental wood plane playing AD&D, I based it on the the idea that the plants grew on their own.

In my cosmology, each plane was slowly and ceaselessly devouring the plane it opposed. In this case the wood broke up the earth plane. Plants petrified when they reached a certain age and gathered (usually naturally, sometimes not) at the edge of the metal plane and used therein. But that was only within the conquest cycle.

In the natural cylce, the wood fed on the water plane and was in turn devoured by the fire. Water existed within the wood plane as a light mist or sometimes as mud balls (from ground torn free from the earth plane). Creatures from the fire plane would venture forth to gather wood as fuel (prefering Grand Trees, sometimes thousands of feet long and hundreds of feet wide) to use in their war with the metal plane.

Good picture to reference.


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Hmm, well that messes up my morning routine. Looks like I am not going to work today!

/me still goes to work


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Since the types of positions were not specified and my mind is rolling around in the gutter, I believe these must be sexual positions!

85: Jester's Chair: When someone disguises themselves as the throne and tickles the fancy of the next person to sit upon them.

86: Perky Plinth: When one of the royal family disguises themselves as a piece of statuary in the park and rogers an unsuspecting passerby.

87: Queen's Chase: When the queen chases around courtiers whilst carrying an adult toy with Yakety Sax being played by the royal troubadour.


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Treppa wrote:
Aha, it worked!

Meanie!

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Gary Teter wrote:
Is 80 dB too loud for an apartment living room? How about 95 dB? I am reasonably sure the cats have adequate shelter.

Just be sure put ear protection on the Tot first, don't want him deaf before he gets to enjoy his first live concert.

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Alas poor River Kingdoms! I knew them, Daigle; a place of infinite possibilities, of most excellent adventure; they hath laid me on my back a thousand times; and now, how abhorred in my imagination it is! My gorge rises at it. There walked monsters whose lives that I have slain I know not how oft. Where be your inns now? Your bards? Your songs? The flashes of merriment, amidst the lawless lands controlled by despots and dictators.

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Dungeon Master Zack wrote:
Well you're assuming the ion cannon actually destroyed the Star Destroyer in question. It did not. An ion cannon merely disables a ship, it does not do any actually damage to it.

But after the shot, you see it begin to nose down toward the planet. It definitely crashed afterword! (I blame Lucasian physics)

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Adam Daigle wrote:
Thomas LeBlanc wrote:
I thought I discovered the answer to the question of the Silver Mount's origin a while back...
Unless I'm missing something, I don't think your link went where you expected it to go.

Hmm, that was a bit of fail on my part. I thought I had copied the link target.

Fixed link on Silver Mount origin.

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Garrick Williams wrote:
Fleshless Shroud

I liked this item a lot. I think invisibility was a bad choice for the item and would have used alter self myself, but it is understandable why you chose it. Also would have added magic aura. I think the +10 was a little low for a Disguise bonus. I was iffy about the concealment for a skeleton less creature, as no % was given. I really did not like the bonus on Heal checks, as I did not think it matched the theme of the item.

With a little rewrite, I plan on using this item in my next campaign.

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Steven Helt wrote:

Remember: a word count of 301-305 or whatever shouldn't disqualify anyone. If the word count is egregious, it should be disqualified, if the word count is a few over, slap the designer on the wrist and evaluate the items other qualities/gaffes.

This thread is to help designers understand design. You can feedback anything you want, sure. Pointing out a tiny word count surplus doesn't make the next product you buy any better.

Breaking 300 words does disqualify by the rules. Pointing out why they are over word count will ensure that person won't do it again and encourage others to proofread their item.

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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Didn't make the Top 100. Blood item = bad idea! (barbazu gorget)

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Those 3? Really...

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My favorite item I saw during voting. Want to make an orc barbarian with a bite attack and a bard cohort playing the Jaws music.

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This was my favorite flavor item. Perfect for a Razmiran campaign.

- Kilrex

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{Whirrrr, Kerplop, Ding}

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I think the person(s) resposible are involved with the sharing of the Personal Favorites and their item has not been seen.

Or the person responsible started this thread to cast suspicion elsewhere....

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Clark Peterson wrote:
Mark D Griffin wrote:
The Pipe Fox from beastiary 4 is about as cute as they come. He's tough to top.

...wait for it...

...you know it's coming...

What does the Pipe Fox Say?

"Bad Clark, bad!"

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The hardest part of monster design is all those extra words that come after the stat block. Finished the stat block in 4 hours, but I am stymied for filler.

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Less votes cast this year in total. Most likely due to the shortened window, but I think the numbers would be close to the same comparatively.

Less Marathon voters. Again shorter time crunch, but it seems people were getting Marathon tags faster. An extra week of voting would have definitely seen more Marathons than last year.

No number of total voters were given for last years end of voting blog. And this blog doesn't contain the actual number of voters earning each tag. I would be interested to see that (/me prods Gary and Anthony).

I know I voted (a lot) less this year.

(Tinfoil hat time)
The mystery this year revolves around the 3rd Champion voter. Last year we had CHEERS, who seemed like an account created specifically for the contest and disappeared soon after. This year the 3rd Champion is Azouth. An account with a first post right around the time the contest was announced last year, but was obviously around for a Goblinworks Kickstarter. Who is this person? An employee account in disguise? The real CHEERS? We may never know! (Unless they submitted an item and make the Top 32)
:paranoid:

Sczarni RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32 , Champion Voter 2013, Champion Voter 2014, Marathon Voter 2015

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James Jacobs wrote:
eldergod0515 wrote:
As a follow-up, Are you a virgin?
And as a follow-up... I guess I'm kinda surprised it took this long for that question to finally surface here.

Most of us aren't that uncouth...

James, what kind of bribe will it take to get more info on the kyton demagogues? Or just more info on kytons in general?

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Oh little baggie, I want to spread your goodness everywhere. You have already inspired several adventure ideas.

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There goes my idea for an advanced kaiju skeleton...

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Gelidious...

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