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Hey, yo, I went and read the monster entries for those oozes, and I got a little hung up on the Plasma Ooze.
Plasma Ooze Entry wrote:
... While their origin is not fully known, it is widely accepted that plasma oozes are not from this world. Some scholars believe they dwell in the sun, while others maintain they hail from the Plane of Fire. That plasma oozes have been encountered in both of these locations does little to help solve the debate.
Is, is there a module that take place ON THE SUN?!
What module is this and how much fire resist do I need to stack to survive...
This is why I like what Adventurer's League has done with 5e D&D, with the PHB+1 rule.
For Pathfinder, I'd probably go a bit more open (Core + 1 HB + 1 Floppy).
Keeps bloat down, and allows for players to much more easily own the books they need for their character without the need to own everything, and reduces the chances of catastrophic game breaking interactions. PHB +1 means that if two spells from different non-phb books cause endless loops or other game breaking effects, it doesn't matter, because no-one can HAVE both.
To be an Atheist is to Not Believe in God/The Gods.
But there are two definitions of "Believe".
Clearly, in a setting like Golarion, you cannot 'Not Believe' in the gods in the sense of "No, Desna Irori and Asmodeus Do not Exist" because they provably DO exist, and some of them might just suddenly appear and smack you if you say they don't.
However, you CAN 'Not Believe' in them in the same way that you can not believe in a sports team, or not believe in a politician. So, sort of a "These beings exist, but they are not SPECIAL, merely powerful, and to accept that they should make the rules simply because they are powerful is to accept that the strong have dominion over the weak. Gods are not special and not worthy of worship."
At least that'd be my take on it.
Feat wise, beyond the obvious Skill Focus, Prodigy from UM provides a similar but smaller bonus (+2/+4 @ 10 ranks) to two skills, and nothing says it DOESN'T stack with Skill Focus, so...
Also, Cooperative Crafting on an Ally might help, depending on how the class is written and how your DM interprets things.
I want your opinions, what would you rule in your own games.
Spell Warrior Skald's Enhance Weapon Song allows part of the bonus to be spent to add effects, as long as the weapon is either granted or already has at least a base +1.
This also allows you to add bonuses and effects to Improvised weapons.
So if I'm attacking someone with a Chair, and have the benefit of a Lvl 5 SpWarSk's song, I can have a +1 Flaming Chair.
Gloves of Improvised Might add magic bonuses to Improvised weapons. If I'm wearing a pair of +1 GoIM my improvised weapons function as +1 magic weapons.
Here's the question finally: If I'm wearing a pair of +1 GoIM, AND I have the benefit of a SpWarSk's 5th level Weapon Song, and I'm wielding a Broken Bottle, can I spend BOTH enhancement points from the Song on effects since the gloves make the bottle a +1 weapon?
I remember when Tome of Battle: Book of the Nine Swords came out for 3.5
Half of the WotC forums pooped themselves in rage.
I never actually got to PLAY any of the classes from it, because while all the other crazy classes from other books were ok (True namer, sure, Incarnum, not popular but ok, caster with unlimited spells, Nice), suddenly, if you give a "Fighter" the ability to have flaming sword attacks without a 8000gp magic item suddenly it's "Game Breaking" and "Really stupid" and "How does Fighter magicz Wut?"
So, Fighters don't have magic attacks by default because SACRED COW and people who don't like the fighter will WAH WAH WAH loudly and not allow the game to go on, unless the fighter takes some massive nerf/trade-off to have a minuscule amount of wizard spell casting.
If my small warpriest giant growths to size large and wields a size huge 1-handed weapon 2 handed, what damage die do I use.
How do I dex to damage?
Why I think Dex to Damage breaks the entire game.
"Help me with my PFS Build" - 10,000 responses involving suggestions of 3pp classes and specifically PFS banned archetypes.
Hey, is X legal? - 45 pages of semantic arguments about Weapon Proficiency feats not explicitly granting proficiency, just removing the non-proficiency penalty, and how that impacts an unrelated build.
Another Question: Vatican City is technically it's own independent country, with the Pope as head of state.
Does Vatican City come to Golarian with Italy?
If NO: Then Italy has a giant hole in Rome that either leads down to bed rock, or is filled with sea water.
If YES: Then assuming even 1 in 10,000 of the holy relics in the Vatican Vaults possesses true power in Golarian, the once they realize this they will become a super power. Indeed, several items will likely be artifact grade. Lance of Longinus for example. Probably at least of few of the literal ton of wood scraps purported to be fragments of the true cross. Other things.
My first question is, is this Italy from a version of our Earth where Paizo and Pathfinder don't exist, or is it the actual Italy from our actual world?
Because Italy has nerds and certainly some of them are familiar with/play Pathfinder.
The existence of ANY individuals within the transplanted nation who have knowledge of the setting, especially knowledge that would be hidden or uncommon to normal citizens of Golarian, would VASTLY change the dynamic, ESPECIALLY once they demonstrated that their knowledge was real and functional.
Also, regardless of whether the Judeo-Christian God and all attendant divine beings suddenly manifested in the Astral, Pathfinder allows (even if PFS doesn't) for Divine casters to worship/revere a creed/ideal/moral system instead of a discrete god, and still receive spells and divine powers. So, as long as the priests had REAL faith, and as long as they hold to their ideals, they SHOULD be able to pull at least first level spell casting as a cleric. Those with greater faith and devotion probably starting at a higher level.
What would be especially disruptive would be that, more than likely, under such a system many low ranking priests would exhibit strong magic, while many Archbishops and Cardinals who are essentially career politicians, would have none, having little to no ACTUAL faith, just a veneer and habit smeared over political aspirations.
Alright, this is my first pathfinder homebrew. Please critique honestly, but gently? :P
My basic idea was to create a Fighter Archetype that could use improvised weapons well, without loosing out on what is arguably the Fighter's BEST class feature, Weapon Training.
Improvised Weapon Fighter
IWF is proficient with only Simple Weapons.
This Modifies Weapon Proficiency.
Absurd Training Regimen
Shovel, Guitar, Chair, or Severed Limb are examples of the correct level of specificity. Farm Tool or String Insturment is to vague. Orc Arm or Wing-back Chair is overly specific.
When the first feat for a given item is taken (generally Weapon Focus) it should specify the Improvised Weapon's class (light, 1 hand, 2 hand) and Damage type (P/S/B) in the following manner: Weapon Focus (Shovel – 2h Bashing) or Weapon Focus (Broken Bottle – Light Piercing)
As a specific exception to the normal threat stacking rules (i.e. they don't) if you take Improved Crit with an improvised weapon and Improvised Weapon Mastery, your crit threat range becomes 18-20/x2
Additionally a related 'Advanced Weapon Training' option, that isn't tied to the archetype, but is thematically linked.
Advanced Weapon Training:
Advanced Weapon Training: Trained Improvisation: (This may be taken for any weapon group except the Improvised Weapon Groups)When you use a normal manufactured weapon from the selected weapon group as an improvised weapon (for example, using the butt of your long spear to hit an adjacent enemy, or clubbing an enemy with your crossbow) you still gain the benefits of Weapon Focus, Greater Weapon Focus, Weapon Specialization, Greater Weapon Specialization if you have them with the weapon.
Additionally, if the weapon is magical and has a +1 or better enhancement, it counts as a +1 magic weapon even when used in an improvised manner.
Normal (Per Core Rulebook FAQ): A normal weapon used as an improvised weapon (such as using a Long Spear's butt end as a club) does not benefit from any weapon specific feats (such as Weapon Focus (Long Spear)) and does not benefit from any magical enhancements.
Sol Bianca from Sol Bianca
Anything that falls into the category of "Remnant from an extinct or ascended race that still far surpasses our current tech level"
Any self aware Biotech ships.
So, random idea I started working on last night, looking for any suggestions to improve it.
Half-Orc Warpriest (w/ 1lvl dip into Brawler)
Alternate Racial Trait: Toothy (1d4 Bite)
Lvl 1: Brawler - Improved unarmed attacks, Power Attack
Lvl 16: Martial Mastery
Obviously there are some holes here, not sure what exactly to take for some feats, some feats like Iron will could probably be traded out for something better but I'm just not sure what...
I want to keep this PFS legal, so as far as I can tell, no Multiattack without taking a Ranger Dip for Natural Weapon Combat Style.
I chose to take the Disarm tree simply because if you disarm without a weapon you can automatically pick up the object the target drops. Not 100% sure how this works with armed-unarmed attacks (Do I get to grab the Sword if I use my Claws to disarm?) but it SEEMS like it should work.
The Brawler Dip lets me dump Int, because I still count as having int 13 for the purposes of taking combat feats.
So, any good PFS legal feats I'm missing?
If you're planning to go Whip Mastery tree, is it worth the Exotic Weapon Prof feat to have a Scorpion Whip?
As far as I can tell, once you have Whip Mastery, the benefits to Scorpion Whip are as follows:
And once you have Improved Whip Mastery, the only remaining benefit is the 1d4 v 1d3.
So, if I'm planning to go full Whip Mastery chain, is it ever worth while to spend a feat for Exotic Wep Prof (Scorpion Whip)?
(Thinking of Building a Whip UnRogue)
Side Question, if I DO go with a Scorpion Whip, used as a Whip do I need to assign weapon feats to Whip or Scorpion Whip? Do I need my UnRogue Finesse assigned to Whip or Scorpion Whip so that I get Dex to Damage when using my Scorion Whip as a Whip?
So, I have to get rid of the weapon and shield.
But, yes, having to either sunder or disarm two things is moderately annoying.
Specifically carry a pouch full of some sort of powder on my belt for use with Dirty Trick?
So, let's say I go some route with Sneak Attack.
With Catch Off Guard, any unarmed foe is considered flat footed, so I get my sneak attack.
Which Combat Maneuver is my best choice?
1> Disarm, make them drop their weapon
Fixed that for you. :Þ
So, Adventurer's Armory 2 added a lot of fun new stuff for Improvised Weapons that makes an Improvised Weapons build a LOT more viable.
Particularly the new gloves that are Amulets of Mighty Fists but for Improvised Weapons.
So other than Monk of the Empty Hand, What's the best class for an IW build?
Fighter is always nice for the Feats, but there's no way I know of to get your Weapon Training bonuses with your Improvised Weapon, so you're pretty much always better off with a "Real" Weapon.
I'm thinking Ranger or Slayer.
Roughly how often do they update the Additional resources guide? Or is it tied more to product releases than time?
Specifically, do we have any idea how soon we'll get a listing of what stuff from Adventurer's Armory 2 is PFS legal?
Also (sorry I'm still fairly new to PFS) what is the status of things like the player companion books before they get added to the Additional Resources Guide? Are they just not usable in PFS till then?
Garbage-Tier Waifu wrote:
What's this? Cause that would make one of my idiot builds a lot more effective.
I suppose another question would be, are Rogue talents, and Slayer talents that let you take rogue talents different? Because if we're going down this silly road of Sneak Attack is not Sneak Attack but Sneak Attack, so you can't stack them, it becomes a legitimate question.
I.E. You can normally only take the Rogue Talent Combat Trick and the Rogue Talent Weapon Training once each. But you can also take them as Slayer Talents.
Right, let's talk some theory then.
Say we've got a Rogue 8 / Slayer 12
Some say the SA damage would be 4d6 (because they don't stack) some say 8d6, because both apply.
Now, An Arcanist get's spells. If someone went Arcanist 5/ Sorcerer 5, nobody would argue that they don't get their socerer spells. We clearly understand they would get spells as an Arcanist 5, and seperate spells as a Sorcerer 5. It's the same class feature, but it doesn't stack, it's SEPARATE. OK?
A Bloodrager gets a bloodline. If you go Bloodrager/Sorcerer, you are required to take the same bloodline for both. If we look at the bloodlines, however, we see each class gets different stuff from them. An Abyssal Bloodline Bloodrager/Sorcerer gets separate spells, gets bonus spells from bloodline at different levels based on each class level, gets different bonus feats, and gets different bloodline powers from the same bloodline depending on which class is at what level. They are SEPARATE.
If you had a Swashbuckler 10/ Rogue 10, they could Precise Strike and Sneak attack +5d6 together. There is no rule preventing MULTIPLE SEPARATE precision damage sources to my knowledge. So, as long as both powers are valid, the attack does [Weapon + Stat] + 10 (swash precise strike0 + 5d6 (rogue sneak attack)
NOW. Each instance of increased sneak attack in each class is written as +1d6, +2d6, +3d6, etc. But a 5th level rogue doesn't get 6d6 (+1d6+2d6+3d6) we all understand that the powers are replaced, the TOTAL is listed. Therefore it is not + "3d6" sneak attack, it is "+3d6" Sneak attack. Your rogue sneak attack is +3d6 to your damage roll.
So, I would argue, by a strict logical reading of the rules, considering how stacking separate powers works in every other instance, a Rogue 8 Slayer 12 would have +4d6 (ROGUE Sneak Attack) AND +4d6 (SLAYER Sneak Attack) and that in any instance where both attacks are legal could apply both, for a total of 8d6 sneak attack damage. HOWEVER, for the purposes of qualifying for Feats, their highest sneak attack value is +4d6.
Likewise, certain class features or Archetype alterations would logically apply only to one or the other and therefore allow situations where both don't apply.
Although frankly, I feel that this is all RAW, and that RAI and any FAQ we get will say "Oops, add them together, a Rogue 8 Slayer 12 has 8d6 sneak attack".
Sometimes I'm just bad at reading :P
Okay, so MAC Warpriest get's weapon training 1-5, and chooses weapon groups, but only the weapons in those groups that you have weapon focus with or that are your deity's favored weapon get the benefit.
Bonus feat benefits ONLY on the every third level bonus feats.
MAC Warpriest qualifies for Advanced Weapon Training, EXCEPT is SPECIFICALLY precluded in PFS by the additional resources guide.
I think I can make this work.
All of the things said here, and also a decent helping of "My character is Lawful Good and therefore we have to do things THIS WAY ONLY" players railroading the rest of the group.
I.E. people playing LG badly.
I think the adage on the old WotC board was something like '90% of Paladins aren't Lawful Good, they're Lawful Stupid.' and often responded with 'And the other 10% are worse'.
Mostly it's bad Paladin fallout, both player and DM.
Also brings up a general Warpriest question. Does the "Treat your Warpriest level as your BAB, and Treat you Warpriest level as your Fighter level" only apply to feats you take with the every third level bonus feat, or does it apply to all combat feats even if you take them with your normal every odd character level feats?
I.E. if a feat is a combat feat and requires +1 BAB, can I take it at first level?
Advanced Weapon Training Warrior Spirit
I'm not really planning to use rope whips or a rope spiked chain at higher levels, but a low levels when no-one has magic weapons it would be entertaining.
It's a bit of a challenge to get Ad Hoc magic weapon powers on a Full BAB class.
Vigilante would be good if it had a TWF Talent, but it doesn't.
That robe is nice though! Hadn't seen that one before.
As far as I can tell, using Druid spells, No. There is no way to get vision on the Insect Spies before Greater Insect Spies as a 6th level spell.
There's a 4th level spell that lets you get vision/hearing on your Animal Companion or Familiar. It's from one of the small player companion books (Spymaster's Handbook), called Watchful Animal.
And my reading is that yes, all the communication with the insect spies is telepathic.
I have a half formed idea.
A Half-Orc taking the Beastmaster and Chain-Fighter alternate racial traits will get to treat Whips and Spiked Chains as martial weapons.
So, if you take a class that gives proficiency in all martial weapons, you start with a lot of benefit from Equipment Trick (Rope) [EqTR].
It seems like 2 weapon fighting is the way to go, since I'd either be using a double weapon or 2 whips (or 2 scorpion whips)
The question is which class is my best choice.
Fighter - Lots of feats, let me easily get Whip feats, TWF feats, plus other normal fighter weapon feats. Also Martial Versatility (since half orcs qualify as half human) and all my weapons (Spiked Chain, Whip, Scorpion Whip) are Flail Group.
Ranger - TWF Style lets me spend my normal feats for Whip feats, while getting TWF chain without needing high dex. If I go Divine Tracker and choose Selket as my patron, I get free proficiency with Scorpion Whip, and with Whip proficiency can use Scorpion Whip as a 15ft reach weapon like a regular whip... Also Lead Blades.
Slayer - Same TWF Style while ignoring normal Dex requirements. Studied Target is decent. The main difference between Slayer and Ranger IMO for this build is losing spells and gaining Sneak Attack.
Also considering taking a 1-2 level dip into Warpriest (Selket) which would give Scorpion whip, and pretty easily allow my to use 1d6 for Whip and Scorion Whip.
I'd also like to say, this edges up on being a really good topic for a season of Lincoln Douglas Debate.
Resolve: When in conflict Law is More important that Justice.
Just/Justice: Objectively Morally correct. Reasonable and appropriate punishment for acting in an objectively morally incorrect manner.
Personally, I've always considered Justice to be the CG ideal.
D&D/Pathfinder I think represents my world view very well in the inclusion of Lawful Evil as a concept.
Never forget, Everything Hitler and the Nazi's did was LAWFUL, because they made the laws. (Sorry for Godwin-ing, but it really is the best example I can come up with).
Lawful Good is the belief that What is Lawful is, baring mistakes or deliberate sabotage of the system, Also what is Just. It includes the belief that those in power will normally act for the good of society, make laws fairly, and treat people equitably. (Lawful good is a little naive)
Lawful Neutral is the belief that What is Lawful is USUALLY Just, and that in the balance of all things, Maintaining order and societal function is MORE IMPORTANT than the few people who fall through the cracks. Lawful Neutral society is great, unless you're one of the people who falls through a crack and goes to prison for 15 years due to a clerical error.
Lawful Evil is the belief that any action is Okay, as long as it is not specifically banned or punished. Lawful evil is most TV Lawyers, most real world CEOs, and all politicians everywhere always. Yes even that guy you like who is different. Yes, it IS unfortunate for those orphans if the orphanage is shut down BUT I own it now and I want to put up a casino instead, so I'm evicting them, it's legal go suck an egg.
Neutral Good is the belief that Lawfulness is NOT a metric of whether something is Just or Injust. Law is useful for keeping society ordered, and NG will obey the law while it is Just, but will also actively work against the law if doing so is more Just. The Underground railroad was a Neutral Good organization.
Chaotic Good is the belief that Government is either inherently corrupt, or that positions of power either attract the corrupt or corrupt those who hold them. Lawfulness and Justice are completely divorced concepts, and if a Law is Just it's nice but purely an accident of chance. Also any Law, no mater how just and reasonable can still be manipulated for unjust purposes. Societal Order doesn't matter, only that treatment of the people is Just and fair. Chaotic Good is they guy who shoots the Lawful Evil king and doesn't quite understand why the populace isn't singing his praises and thanking him.
This is also why, in any game with a Paladin or other class with a moral code where violation results in 'falling' and loosing class features, I like to establish up front what that code is.
So, to the original question. If a Grey Gardener executes a wrongfully convicted person, is it an evil act? It's certainly Injust, so I would call it evil. But I would say the difference between evil and EVIL is intent. If you don't KNOW they are innocent, if you believe the law is just and that they were convicted properly, but your wrong, you have not acted with evil intent. If you KNOW (or even suspect) they are innocent, and still execute them anyway, THEN you have acted with evil intent. And that's they line I would draw for risk of alignment shift. Although as far as I can tell Gray Gardeners don't have an alignment requirement, so does someone who would do that care if their alignment changes?
As far as I can tell, the limitation on what rage powers Skald can take are, It can't be a STANDARD Action to activate, and it can't cost extra rounds of Rage to activate.
So, is there any reason that a Skald can't take a Blood Rage line (ACG p.80)?
Also, What about Skald taking Unchained Barbarian rage powers? Particularly Stance powers? They're a Move action not a standard action, so I THINK they're ok. Can my Skald take Accurate Stance, thus granting my allies the ability to enter the Accurate Stance while I sing?
I know that to use a Class, Archetype, Feat, Trait, Alternate or additional class features (like new Rage powers or Magus Arcana), and certain other things I need to own a copy of the book that it comes from.
The things I'm not sure of. Do I need to own the book for the following?
Any other things I didn't mention that I would need a book for?
Personally, I'm waiting for them to put out 'Pathfinder Player Companion: Some actual rules for Improvised Weapons to make an improvised weapons build viable including how weapon enchants work with improvised weapons'
And of course, 'Pathfinder Player Companion: One game-breakingly good feat in 32 pages of dross'
I'm considering a character, Mostly Rogue with an early dip into sorcerer, built around Chill Touch and Claws from either Abyssal or Draconic Bloodline.
My question is this.
Say I've got Charges of Chill Touch, and I've got my Claws going, and I'm Flanking.
I hit with an attack, I do 1d4 (slashing?) damage from the claws (plus stats), 1d6 Negative energy damage from Chill touch.
Sneak Attack only triggers once from this attack, correct? I don't get to go "Sneak Attack Claws plus Sneak Attack Chill Touch" for absurd damage levels.
Do I get to decided what type of damage the Sneak attack deals?
Additionally, is there a list somewhere of touch attack spells, particularly multi-charge spells like Chill Touch?
1> Ranger combat styles let you take certain feats without meeting the prerequisites.
So, in theory, a dip into ranger or slayer would let you take Weapon Focus with an improvised weapon.
Straw poll: which of the following best reflects your opinion.
Remaining gold 0
AC (10 base + 6 armor + 4 Enchant + 2 Dex) = 22 in Meteor Mode, 23 in Fortress Mode due to the +1 granted by the weapon
Using the Meteor Hammer as a 2h reach weapon in fortress mode stays the same.
TWF loses some DPS because I had to nerf the off end down to a +1 bonus
A loss of about 8.26 DPR on the best attack option, TWF Sneak no Power Attack.
But, again, mostly I just wanted to make sure my math looked right.
Thanatos C wrote:
How are you getting so many shots?
With Rapid Reload and Crossbow Mastery, reloading the Minotaur Double Crossbow is still a move action.
2 Standard -> Rapid Reload -> 2 Move -> Crossbow Mastery -> 1 Move for both bolts.
So I think you can only do one two-bolt attack a round, or two (four bolts total) with haste. Or am I missing something?
Which brings up a question, is it legal to load just one bolt in a double crossbow and fire?
Ok, I'm gonna post here mainly to see if I've done my math right.
Morty the Meteor Hammer Slayer (slayer 10)
15 / 14 / 13 / 12 / 10 / 8
Str 22 (15 +1 lvl +2 Human +4 Belt)
Con 14 (13 +1 lvl)
(Honestly, not going to bother with most of the build, because why does his defense of hp matter for this? Just looking at DPR...)
Class Features (one extra Slayer talent from Favor Class Bonus)
Wielding in Fortress Mode, it's a 2h reach weapon.
In Meteor Mode it's a Double Weapon and I'm using GTWF
So, if I'm in a situation to use reach, I'm Power Attacking.
If I'm adjacent and CAN'T get Sneak attack, I'm Power Attacking
BUT if I'm adjacent AND I can get sneak attack, I'm NOT Power Attacking...
EDIT: Minor math error
3.X had rules for Multi-Weapon Fighting in some supplement, essentially the same as two weapon fighting but for more than two weapons. So using those in 3.X you could have a four armed race and get 3 extra attacks PER Iterative attack. It was pretty over powered, and it made your combat turns ungodly long and boring for everyone else.
PF has the same feat in the Bestiary, but it's not legal for PCs in Society games (no bestiary feats are) and I wouldn't be surprised if a DM in a home game said no. Also, there isn't any Improved or Greater Multiweapon fighting, so you'd only get the extra attacks on your FIRST iterative attack, not on the others.
That being said, even if you are limited to using Two Hands for each attack, having four hands is still powerful because you can do the following.
* Use your extra arms to retrieve gear like potions or scrolls.
And so on.
Incidentally, when Star Finder comes out in August, Kasatha will be a core race for that game, which means we will get considerably more detail on what a character with 4 arms Should be Allowed to do.
Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
I see two possible interpretations here.1> Hit dice don't come from your class, but from some other source, possibly theme?
2> There aren't hit dice PER SAY, but something (probably class) grants you a static number of HP per level, which is functionally exactly the same as HP works in PFS or D&D Adventurers league, but we're going to pretend it's different because we don't use the words "Hit Dice". And the soldier has a d12 hit die.
Two weapon Rend was supposed to be Double Slice. I made a copy error at some point.
Str 19 (17+2 Racial) Dex 15, Con 10, Int 13, Wis 11, Cha 7
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