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Cayden Cailean

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Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Class Deck, Modules Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa. 29,758 posts (38,888 including aliases). 13 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 23 Pathfinder Society characters. 42 aliases.


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Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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Sadly, too many people try to force others down 'the right way'.

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So I'm hearing more calls for removing Luck bonuses from the game. Then Fate's Favored will be balanced!

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Yeah, my Pistolero is going Inquisitor when she hits 7th level.

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Nefreet wrote:
*continues to toss pits in front of his PCs so they can get an extra 5ft of move each round*

And I still don't understand it. I should get back to that PM and try to muddle my way through it.

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Fromper wrote:
And am I remembering correctly that Roy has something special on his sword these days for use against undead? Or was that a temporary spell? Given that his life long quest is to take down a lich, being prepared for undead should help him in fighting a vampire.

Yes. The starmetal gives it bonuses against undead. I'm wondering if Durkon managed to keep that hidden from Durkula up until now.

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It is certainly something special.

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I didn't start this fire, I swear!

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Halflings just get a +1 to all saves with no investment.

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Taku Ooka Nin wrote:

Yes, but one is, "We don't have enough to really play (most players don't want to just play with two players and 1 GM) so the group effectively becomes: "Hey, why don't we go play Tera, instead?" The other allows the group to exist, and more than likely the moment someone else joins, our jolly little troublemaker is going to be kicked out of the group ASAP.

It is to play or not to play (vomits Shakespeare). If the other players really REALLY want to play pathfinder, but want at least three players, I'll work with them to make it happen. The moment I can cull the jerk(s), I will with a vengeance.

You've added additional constraints about the size of the group to make your argument better. And even then, no gaming is better than s&#~ty gaming.

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One character being +1 over another character at first level is not broken.

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alexd1976 wrote:

No.

What a half orc can do with a single trait and substitution of a crappy racial trait, a human would have to expend three feats to reproduce.

So, +2 to all saves, how many feats does it cost?

1/2 Orc=0
Human=3

I disagree. Calling trading Orc Ferocity for Sacred Tattoo a 'cost' is pretty unconvincing. You might as well just consider it the default, and go from there.

Thus it is halforcs with a +1 bonus to saves spending a trait to get another +1 to saves. And the human has one feat over the halforc, so he gets to spend 1 trait and a feat (that the halforc doesn't have) to get +1 to all saves.

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Taku Ooka Nin wrote:
Lesser of two evils. One presents a scenario where the player in question decides if he is going to play by your rules or if he is going to go somewhere else, while the other option kicks him out of the game.

One presents a scenario where the group becomes toxic, and the other excises the toxic elements from the group instead of letting them fester.

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Liz Courts wrote:
I really, really, really hope so, but that largely depends on how many fires I have to put out.

*puts away the matches*

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No, it's still passive aggression. Your other option being open aggression doesn't change that.

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So what I'm hearing is that a noble and good aligned process to lichdom is possible, but has not been discovered yet. :)

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Imbicatus wrote:
It's not a question of the +1 bonus, it's a question of the resource cost. A half-orc can get a +1 bonus to all reflex, fortitude, and will saves from all sources for the cost of a trait. A human can get a +1 bonus to all reflex, fortitude, and will saves from all sources for the cost of three feats.

I think the real problem is that Orc Ferocity is utter garbage compared to Sacred Tattoo.

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alexd1976 wrote:
It get's eye-rolls and groans from multiple people when this shows up at our table... again... and again.

Sounds like a local problem rather than a system problem.

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I love Fate's Favored with my half-orcs. I'd be disappointed to see it go away. Saves are a passive power boost.

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SCP-682 wrote:
I'll take three.

Gods damn it Orthos.

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Taku Ooka Nin wrote:

You can ban after someone takes something. If it is the first time you've encountered it, then it is fully within your rights as the GM to do so.

You just say, "Ok, that is broken and I don't want it in my game, so I'm not going to have it in my game. Rebuild the character or bring a different character in, you're allowed a free rebuild (Class, Race and Talents) with WBL up to the wealth you've accrued thus far.

You're happy, the player gets to try something new so he is happy.

Disclaimer: Use judiciously, repeat uses may erode good-will and social cohesion.

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The answer is YES.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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We absolutely support you running your home group through PFS scenarios for credit, so long as you follow the rules for characters and running scenarios. We certainly don't require you to let random strangers into your house just because you are reporting your games. :)

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I'm making my Will save so far.

Every new post on this thread forces a new one, of course.

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M1k31 wrote:
CLW/channel on an evil creature: yes

That would actually heal them. Undead are harmed by positive, not evil creatures.

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I feel both skills are important to the game. But I find that the rules heavy nature of the system makes it more difficult to teach the roleplay aspect versus the rules aspect. Quite simply, most groups I have participated in don't know how to teach a new player how to get into character and stay in there for a conversation. I blame the lack of roleplaying guidance in the books for this and well as the ephemeral nature of roleplaying not having any hard rules in the first place.

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Charon's Little Helper wrote:
If they didn't - then they're not a lich. If you still say they are a lich without said ritual, you've changed the definition of what a lich is, so any discussion of it is pointless.

Guess you can stop discussing it then.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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Our bard this past Sunday was trying to bluff the party past the Aspis guard. When asked who sent us, she pulled our writ and proudly announced "Sheila Heidmarch!"

We had a bad day.

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FLite, the Grand Marshal is the non-IP version of the Shield Marshal that d20pfsrd hosts.

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I wish I could take that seriously.

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Davor wrote:

I'm still shocked this is a conversation. "I didn't know any better" is NEVER a valid excuse. Why does the paladin get one for killing an innocent creature? Because he was stupid?

/flips table

*sets the table back up* How rude.

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Shadowlord wrote:
Our experiences clearly differ.

No kidding.

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Starting?

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Death is not the only failure condition.

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My thrill in Pathfinder is having a good time with my friends around the table. Sometimes that involves returning a character to life.

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If they were low on arrows.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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Or because the paladin's wand is out of charges, leaving him with only the wizard's wand of infernal healing.

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valhella wrote:
A rogue at any level can kill any opponent his size in one round with sneak attacks and flanking is a simple team maneover, or at least a fighter regardless.

1) Why did you necro a thread just to start up the 'rogues are OP' argument?

2) Your statement is false, or at least assumes a great deal that will not always be true.

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Mark, a post by someone with a title over here would be helpful.

Grand Lodge ***** RPG Venture-Lieutenant, Arizona—Mesa aka TriOmegaZero

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DM Beckett wrote:
I see this is going nowhere.

For your edification.

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I love it when a plan comes together.

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Alceste008 wrote:
Add me as another happy subscriber.

I'm glad it works for you. I no longer lug any books to gamedays or conventions save maybe the CRB. I just bring my PDFs.

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brock wrote:
Perfectly happy with my subscriber copies. I can put a sticky red dot in the margins where a change has been made and keep a copy of the errata doc inside the back cover. Plus I get the latest PDF for free and can use it on the iPad when I am away from the hardcopy. My experience is different to yours it seems.

As my experience is different from yours. I canceled my subscriptions in part because I didn't want the first printings with all the errors they entailed. I'd rather pay the PDF price and maybe pick up the hardcovers if they got a second printing with errata. Naturally, the updates to the third printings are frustrating as well, now that I have the second printings.

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