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Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 25,658 posts (33,409 including aliases). 10 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 16 Pathfinder Society characters. 36 aliases.


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Andoran

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Have you got some hard'n'fast rules on how many spells you can cast from a component pouch?

Shadow Lodge *****

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There is only One True Lodge.

Andoran *****

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Rudy2 wrote:
Kyle Baird wrote:
There needs to be a trait that gives a bonus for stabbing a bard during a masterpiece.
"Encore No More"?

"Et tu Brute"?

Andoran *****

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Calybos1 wrote:
An honorless, cowardly gunslinger shouldn't have a d10 for hit dice

...the hell?

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ikarinokami wrote:
"What other changes do you think we'll see for the monk in the book" presupposes "what parts of the monk are/are not in need of changing"
Good Idea wrote:
I totally want to see a full BAB monk!
Bad Idea wrote:
The monk is total failsauce and needs full BAB to even begin to approach relevance in Pathfinder. Also wizards are still better fighters.

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GM Bold Strider wrote:
There is no valid rules argument for limiting Pageant of the Peacock against monsters.

Actually, since "By gracefully weaving your body through subtle forms and postures you can convince others of your breeding, eloquence, and refinement." is listed under the effect, you can argue that the ability to use a Bluff check in place of an Int-based check is limited to checks involving convincing others, which identifying monsters weaknesses does not fall under.

Andoran

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Sometimes, I do my assignments naked too.

Andoran

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Time for the final push, and we shall be out of the old house. Then the wait for the new house.

Andoran

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Belazoar wrote:
And ive been told i could not be a christian because i had long hair. By a preachers wife, in front of the rest of the youth group.

I guess you're in good company?

Andoran

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Flag and move on, folks.

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PrinceRaven wrote:
But the Wizard making a mockery of most challenges is ok because why?

I don't think he said it was okay.

Andoran

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Heavy furniture is in the truck. Now is lunch. Furniture dollies are back-savers.

Andoran

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Dang, I knew we were a generous community, but...dang!

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Except for the fact that the Summoner is a spellcaster.
A 3/4 spontaneous caster with a much more limited spell selection. I've never heard "Summoners are OP because they've got the same sort of spellcasting abilities as a Bard". I'm hearing "Summoners are OP because Eidolon/Summon Monster X lets them do lots of damage".

Which puts the lie to your statement that the reason people hate Summoners is 'spellcasters have to be the ones dominating'.

And yes, the Summoners early spell access is yet another reason people complain.

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Except for the fact that the Summoner is a spellcaster.

Shadow Lodge

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I can see this will be as debated a secret as whatever happened to Aroden.

Andoran

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Erik Mona wrote:
JK, he's neutral.

So he could go either way.

Andoran *****

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Best of luck to everyone in the UK. Really want to visit one year and see the land of my birth. :)

Andoran

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DrDeth wrote:
And TOZ is a very experienced gamer, who is one of the most respected posters on this board (altho sure, we disagree sometimes).

For what it's worth, I don't mean any disrespect to you. You're just among the few people that I try to avoid arguing with, because it tends to bring the forums down more than it helps anything. :) Like SKR and others we could totally hang out at PaizoCon or elsewhere no problem.

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My druid will be getting hosteling armor eventually.

Andoran

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EsperMagic wrote:
You're assuming I had no allies to roll for it though, which would be false. We had a bard for social interactions and the rest of the party was consistently had above levels skill bonuses in perception. I wasnt going to waste points to get it for myself. Because if perception is the most rolled skill in the game(which it probably is) someone else is going to focus on it. you dont need every party member focusing on it though, thats a waste of resources.

Until it's YOU that need to roll it to avoid being surprised or some other horrible consequence. It doesn't matter what your friends bonuses are when the GM tells YOU to roll it, not them.

Maybe that doesn't happen in your playstyle, but it does in mine.

Andoran

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Rynjin wrote:
Deja vu

Abort mission, return to base.

Andoran *****

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SCPRedMage wrote:
In my opinion, double-barreled firearms should have operated like Rapid Shot, at best; -2 on attack in exchange for ONE additional attack.

Nah, they should have been like Vital Strike. An extra damage die and nothing else.

Andoran

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If there is one thing on my schedule for next year, it's making sure to track down Drogon at some point. I've harassed him enough on the forums that he at least deserves an opportunity to punch me in the face. (I wonder if SKR would like another opportunity now that he's no longer an employee...) :)

Shadow Lodge

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That Gruumash is pretty awesome, I hear.


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A smurf is fine.

Andoran

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See my edit. ;)

Kirth Gersen wrote:
It seems to me we could expand the wording judiciously: "Elves get a +2 bonus to saves against enchantment spells and other charm- and compusion-like effects." Same ability, now applies. Same with superstition.

So transparency in only the things you want transparent? :)

And ninja'd by wraithstrike.

Andoran

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Kirth, think about it this way.

What would you do if I told your fighter 'no, this guy targets your psionic AC, and you need to buy a whole new set of psionic armor over your regular armor to protect yourself against his attacks'?

Andoran *****

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TetsujinOni wrote:
Looking at the repetitive posts decrying the non-open races, or non-open archetypes, and wondering why we would ever contemplate adding non-open Paizo base/core classes.... No.

Well, luckily no one in this thread so far has any power to enforce their whims.


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Zark wrote:
Gorbacz, Kobold Cleaver and TOZ can be hilarious and often are.

We perform a public service, unsolicited and unabashedly.

Andoran

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zylphryx wrote:
You still have your hard copy of the Beta rules.

Yep.

Andoran

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At 17th level? What do you do for the first 16?

Andoran *****

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Summoner. The gunslinger is a close second, but has some built in drawbacks that require resources to overcome.

Andoran

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It's not wrong, it's suboptimal.

Shadow Lodge

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You've had some of Lilith's cookies.

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Hama wrote:
Yeah, except that's not the point of a roleplaying game.

If all you did was roleplay in Pathfinder I would agree with you.

Pathfinder is about both roleplaying your character and using his stats. It's not wrong to use those stats well.

Andoran

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tehjburz wrote:
I would totally do this, except I think we're a bit melee-heavy as it is, and I'm hoping to tend towards the support side of things. I have been itching to try the Magus, though.

If you're melee-heavy and want to support, there is little that can compare to the force-multiplying power of bardic performance.

Andoran

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You have posts in the Alpha Playtest forums.

Andoran *****

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Sorry I wasn't here to mention a casting of heroes feast and life bubble.

Shadow Lodge

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They come out of their back, right? Like blade wings? That would be so metal.

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Umbranus wrote:
But I can't stay away from stating: Again without name calling, I have been shocked by some names I had to read around here, while others were not written down.

In much the same way that some enjoy both 4E and Pathfinder, while others only enjoy 3.5, so too does our enjoyment of people differ.

Andoran *****

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PFS will devour your social life.

Shadow Lodge *****

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Well, I did want to let people know with enough time in advance for just such reasons. ;)

Shadow Lodge

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I enjoy grandiloquent discourse.

Shadow Lodge

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Don't let them in, don't let them see:
Ciretose apparently got too vociferous in the ACG play test for the Warpriest I think, and was banned. He sent me a farewell email letting me know what happened. I ran a PFS game for him back in December and that was the last I heard from him.

Nicos wrote:
- Toz because, well, Toz.

Quite often the best reason ever.

Also, shout out to our GLORIOUS FORUM OVERLORDS especially the one that gives cookies.

Shadow Lodge

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Hey, where did the OP go?

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Guess who is coming to town...

Andoran

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It IS hard to avoid me.

Kryzbyn wrote:
Where is Ciretose?

Banned. We shouldn't dwell on it.

Andoran

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Most of my favorites have been listed, so I'll mention Conman the Bardbarian as one that matches my sense of sarcasm. Mikaze is also love.

Hitdice is also pretty cool. And I was almost remiss enough to forget to mention our evil president. Evil Lincoln is a pillar of our community.

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Jiggy wrote:
About internet access?

Nah, about dirty munchkins.

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