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Cayden Cailean

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Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 25,963 posts (33,868 including aliases). 13 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 16 Pathfinder Society characters. 38 aliases.


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Andoran

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Has this been posted?

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Wrath wrote:

I had step up in my arsenal as a fighter. I used it a lot. I ate up the aoo's of opponents to close with casters. Caster then five foot stepped back to cast. I stepped up and hit him with an AoO.

The first time you do it to a caster, they have no reason to be casting defensively, as the five foot step should've negated the need for it ( since I wasn't using reach weapons).

Well, since you interrupt their actions, your 5ft step happens after their 5ft step and before they begin casting. So I would have no problem with the caster casting defensively, since he did not get away from what was threatening him. It may also may him choose an easier spell to try and cast.

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A lot of people don't appreciate less obvious forms of contribution. Hence why bards are looked down by those who don't understand how they work.

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LordSynos wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Watch Kill La Kill.
I think I remember getting this recommendation before... from the makers of Gurren Lagann and gratuitous fanservice, if memory serves. On the List (again)!

You will understand why that was an appropriate ToP post when you do.

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Degoon Squad wrote:

But the Rogue still does well against a Cr Mob of the Rouge level.

So the Rogue is not underpowered.

You're in the wrong thread friend. Build your rogue and post it here. Argue about rogue power levels elsewhere. (And please use actual examples rather than "they do good" opinions.)

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Watch Kill La Kill.

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anlashok wrote:
Balance really shouldn't be an important goal. 4e is balanced

No it isn't.

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Freehold DM wrote:
I want to get a bumper sticker that says simply: "Taking The Sky From You"

I think Fox beat you to it.

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Freehold DM wrote:
It'll grow on ya.

So will Firefly.

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My heart bleeds for the Secret of Mana that could have been.

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I will knock you all down!

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*shrugs* There's very little difference between fantasy and science fiction.

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The Indescribable wrote:
Because I'll tell you what, if it had been a rational discussion, I'm pretty sure I'd be DEAD.

I'm pretty sure no one is saying you have to have the discussion before you put out the fire.

Andoran *****

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I like to call him Major Indiscretion.

Grand Lodge *****

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Congratulations fellow venture unit!

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VOTOZ is online.

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Every character I have has transitioned to the new factions without an issue.

I shall always remain faithful to the One True Lodge, of course.

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Dealing with facing sucks.

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Icyshadow wrote:

Why not just let them try out something out of the ordinary?

Once they have their fill of it, they will probably switch back to Core races.

Mostly because players have bottomless stomachs.

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John Kretzer wrote:
Fine you guys convinced me rogues suck...whatever...

You do yourself no service with such flippant replies.

Andoran

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This is the conversation that never ends.

Andoran

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Where did the elfguy go?

Andoran

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Steve Geddes wrote:
Even jerks are welcome now. :)

I've been welcome for years!

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Bandw2 wrote:
how do I stop my players from wanting to play as flowers, quadrupeds and made to be a PC race(or basically a human with different stats, etc)?

Say 'no'.

Repeat as necessary.

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It is one of those unwritten rules that everyone is supposed to follow.

Andoran

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Please do not characterize other posters as spiteful because they have a different style than you.

Andoran

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I ran my first campaign in Afghanistan.

My first time playing D&D was in Kuwait.

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The comparison is that normal people are to Cthulu what he is to Azathoth. So it doesn't matter to the normal person which of them show up, they are still going to die.

Of course, Pathfinder PCs aren't normal people past a certain point in the game.

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Unchained, can it live up to all these expectations?

Nope.

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Revised Thought wrote:
I don't see a rules approach being invalidated just because an authorial one works just fine.

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I was trying to come up with a better term and couldn't think of anything. Just using the common usage.

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LazarX wrote:

And the folks at Paizo decided all the things they did about every god without rolling dice or creating stats for them.

That's verisimilitude... in that you don't have every single detail tied down to stats, or sometimes even answered at all.

I don't see that invalidating a crunchy approach just because a fluffy one works just fine.

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LazarX wrote:
If you've ever read or studied mythology, there aren't numbers or stats involved...

None that you can see, anyway.

Andoran

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You're thinking of Final Fantasy Mystic Quest.

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People also love it when jokes are taken seriously.

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Orthos wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Powergamers. Powergamers everywhere. :)
I have zero problems with being considered a powergamer in console RPGs. Probably comes from the majority of such that I didn't finish being due to hitting a progression wall in the form of a boss I couldn't beat or an area where the random encounters jumped up in difficulty.

If it helps, imagine my post being overlaid on this image. :)

I don't have time to be hardcore about my video gaming anymore. :(

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Fromper wrote:
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Fromper wrote:
I'd say the ground is a pretty big, blunt weapon.
I'm going to build a barbarian that wields the earth against his enemies now.
Good luck getting your strength high enough to lift it. Maybe while raging...

ROW ROW FIGHT DA POWER!

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Fromper wrote:
I'd say the ground is a pretty big, blunt weapon.

I'm going to build a barbarian that wields the earth against his enemies now.

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Orthos wrote:
SNES (as FF III), PS 1 (coupled with FFV as FF Anthology), Gameboy Advance, and Virtual Console on the Wii (as FF III).

I own them all.

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Powergamers. Powergamers everywhere. :)

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I never really used Gau. Too fiddly for me to take the time to access true power. :P

Of course, there is always the Lete River Trick...

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Tim Hitchcock wrote:

As I've stated many times in the past, GMs kill characters not freelancers.

That said, as a writer I'm writing stuff for me to GM with so the quicker I can kill MY players, the sooner I can get back to writing.

Yeah, but if you kill the characters then all that writing goes to waste as no one ever survives to see it. :)

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LazarX wrote:
That's a relatively crude way of looking at it.

Why is that? It is wrong to think that just because it has stats, your characters can kill it. They may not be strong enough.

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Gambit wrote:
Which is funny, because in 5E this isnt even a feat, just a natural property attached to some weapons.

As it should be.

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More and more I begin to think I do not want to deal with tech scenarios.

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Is this like 'wrought'?

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Pan wrote:
You are right. I think Paizo should take their fan's opinons seriously. As long as those opinons are not "rewrite the system from the ground up or you will go bankrupt".

I take that opinion seriously, for as long as I need to consider it.

I rarely have to consider it very long.

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