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Cayden Cailean

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Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Card Game, Class Deck Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix. 33,159 posts (43,457 including aliases). 15 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 31 Pathfinder Society characters. 42 aliases.


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I blame the fact that it is an exception by omission. It doesn't say 'only' to flag you to the fact that bludgeoning is an exception. But that's why my characters carry silver hammers and call them Maxwell.

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I drove from Ft. Hood to Houston semi-regularly game with some fine forum folk while I was active duty. Even when I had to be up for PT the next morning.

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Scarab Sages *****

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Vell, zhis ist vhy I haf studied zee arts of persuasion und logic, to better prepare for zuch emergencies!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

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I think it very much depends on the bar. When our local game would be ousted by Magic tournaments, the Teakwood Tavern was always welcoming to us. Sometimes the indoor seating would be too loud, but the patio was an option as well, outside the months of death ray beams from the Daystar anyway.

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Indeed, my druids rock extend rods for their hour/level spells. Also Barkskin.

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:
In light of the new Retailer Incentive PFS program, I'd really like to understand where this obsession with playing in game stores comes from.

Probably because that used to be the ONLY place you could game in public and because it is still the best way to meet other tabletop gamers.

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waynemarkstubbs wrote:
Who decides?

The event organizer or the store owner. Whoever is taking responsibility for the games being run, in conjunction with the owners of the location.

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Alice could just throw out all the paperwork and give the players the benefits because she says so. She would still be in violation of the rules and the spirit of PFS. As mentioned above, we use the honor system. Those who cheat are cheating themselves.

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The official word is "do not expect it, these are exceptional cases".

Edit: Found Vic's post addressing this.

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I'm just bemused that apparently the public is responsible for officers lapses in judgement. Usually stated by people that decry others for not taking personal responsibility for their actions.

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Create Mr. Pitt wrote:
A lot of you are not going to stay hired for long.

They knew who I was when they hired me.

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Alignment
Wealth By Level
Caster/Martial Disparity

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swoosh wrote:
Paizo doesn't seem to like spontaneous casters much.

In 3.5 it was 'Skip Hates Sorcerers'.

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Golsan wrote:
But will you be buying them tagged or untagged?

Irrelevant. It's only for removing fatigue.

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There is no clarification that I am aware of.

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I have run it as being able to parry, since the only requirement for parry is that the defenders roll is higher than the attackers. No exception is made for natural 20s.

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I think this experiment is going to be a success.

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Aranna wrote:
Boys... I said "usually" not "always". I realize there are exceptions to my statement.

I think TL was disagreeing with the statement. I was just providing a good example.

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Tacticslion wrote:
Aranna wrote:
It is usually a good idea to avoid the movie if you have already read the book.

I don't necessarily agree.

I think it's true in many cases, but in many others the difference of experience is worthwhile enough. It fully depends on how invested you are in the source material and whether or not the book was adapted in order to make a good film or in order to make a quick cash grab.

Prime example: The Green Mile.

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Vidmaster7 wrote:
TOZ cuz hes military so he should be real good at it.

Yeah, but it's a real hassle, so I only do it for important things.

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cappadocius wrote:
Java Man wrote:
There is no rule saying you can use a spell you have not prepared crom your spell book. Your book is not a magic item that enables casting.

So, by reading it silently for an hour, I can cast a spell 18 hours later.

By reading that same book aloud, I can't cast the spell right now?

So by reading a cookbook, you should be able to eat your cake right now?

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Sharoth wrote:
~shudders~ Eragon. ~goes to bang my head against the wall~ That was a bad movie!

I liked it better when it had X-wings.

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Michael_Hopkins wrote:
I want to watch this table.....

I think we were taking radiation damage from the crazy coming off of that table.

No, wait, that was the ravener.

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Bandw2 wrote:
TOZ wrote:
Not Paizo published.

well if we're going that route

TriOmegaZero wrote:
There is no 'most' evil. There is just evil.
wasn't published by Paizo either.

Neither was this. I guess there is no canon answer.

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Not Paizo published.

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There is no 'most' evil. There is just evil.

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I dub this book We Be Muppets.

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Every good villain has multiple throne rooms.

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I mostly hear it in reference to Blade, although it has shifted to a general name for vampires.

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I think the problem with that idea is you're asking for four to seven different routes. GMs were already complaining about three routes that didn't even run through the whole scenario. Let alone the development cost that preparing four to seven separate scenario tracks in one would be.

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Apparently they are called the "two-fingered salute" or "the forks".

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Two fingers, pointer and middle in a V, back of the hand towards the subject.

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Prior editions did not have it stack. I see nothing that would cause it to function any differently.

You only have one miss chance, despite having multiple levels of it from varying sources.

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Bennybeck Wabbittracks wrote:
I think that something to consider is that some of the rules are pretty subjective. What does it mean to be or not be a jerk?

That would be why "don't be a jerk" has been removed from the guidelines in favor of more specific rules.

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I'm actually getting a waffle fry meal right now, with a chicken sandwich on the side.

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Before the Dawn I

Spoiler:
Summoner uses invisibility to screen her movements and casting to heal her eidolon.

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Heresy of Man II

Spoiler:
Invisibile caster uses ventriloquism to misdirect the party away from himself.

Shadow Lodge

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We're in Trial of the Beast now. The judge said shenanigans would result in a fine of 1000gp. Shaggy had to sit in the audience rather than take the stand, lest we all go broke.

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Outside of your level up ability to swap spells? Yes.

Bard wrote:
Upon reaching 5th level, and at every third bard level after that (8th, 11th, and so on), a bard can choose to learn a new spell in place of one he already knows. In effect, the bard “loses” the old spell in exchange for the new one.

Since this rule prevents you from just swapping spells known whenever you like, you have to use the retraining rules to change spells known as a bard.

And it's not like you can't use the modules outside of PFS.

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dwayne germaine wrote:
Or I could be wrong, and the sky really is falling. I would like to hear if anyone has an example of a published encounter where the FAQ really does truely invalidate the tactics as written. For Science.

The Dalsine Affair.

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Last fight involves an invisible magus casting buffs while an illusion of himself tricks the PCs into a disadvantageous position.

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Nobody dies. At least, nobody we know anyway.

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That sounds like a PEBTAC error.

Spoiler:
Problem Exists Between Table And Chair

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix aka TriOmegaZero

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TwoWolves wrote:
"Hey, thanks for thinking it over though."

Both WeiJi and I played Serpent's Ire together at PaizoCon and experienced some feeling of cross-purposes between PCs. It was not fun. It did not add to the experience. It actively detracted from it. I felt the same way in the early seasons with faction missions. We threw out the shadow war for Absalom for a reason.

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I prefer 'who watches the watchmen'.

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SkalCon was an absolutely amazing time, and I'm glad I got to be a part of making something magical.

For Arizona, our weekly gameday this Saturday is at Imperial Outpost Games in Glendale. Two slots with two tables each. I hope to be able to offer an excellent retail convention there in November, so if anyone will be in the area please check out our Warhorn and feel free to sign up!

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Siegebeast2142 wrote:
That would be even WORSE. Now, not only am I having to drag others at the table through my sexual exploits, I'm having to spend EVEN MORE table time trying to make those exploits happen.

I'm confused as to why you need to bring it up beyond "My character performs their daily obedience".

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Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:

I with I could have seen that, Lamplighter. It sounds awesome.

Hmm

It was my first experience GMing for PFS. It WAS awesome.

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