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Cayden Cailean

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Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Card Game, Class Deck, Pawns Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Venture-Captain, Arizona—Phoenix. 32,281 posts (42,276 including aliases). 15 reviews. 1 list. 1 wishlist. 28 Pathfinder Society characters. 42 aliases.


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Feats are just something I put up with to play Pathfinder. A lot of them shouldn't exist, but I can't remove them without removing a useful structure for my less experienced players. Once I have a veteran team that can handle the removal, I'll gladly ditch them.

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lynora wrote:
Rawr! wrote:
TriOmegaZero wrote:
Bleh. Getting calls from collections about my stupid mistake with a telescammer.
Ouch. I hope that gets resolved soon.
+1. Collection agencies are a bear to deal with.

I'm hopeful the statute of limitations will pass soon and I can tell them to piss off.

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Bleh. Getting calls from collections about my stupid mistake with a telescammer.

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I'll try. The downside of starting a new character is I don't have all that much to play him in. :)

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There used to be one. Before the dark times. Before Faqratta.

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Avenue Q was freaking awesome.

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godsDMit wrote:
I was gonna say that we make you take off your shoes and walk on some legos, but somehow I don't think that'll be a problem for you, what with your specially designed feet and all.

Good heavens, he could get stuck for days!

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TriOmegaZero wrote:
Scavion wrote:
A BBEG with a vendetta and a information network WILL learn about these normal folks who stuck their neck out for our Vigilante. They were able to help with your short term problems, but they don't have the skills nor protective powers of your party to keep them from danger if a BBEG wants to use them against you.
This will happen with literally every other class as well. It's just the nature of being an adventurer. You make enemies. The Vigilante has no real incentive to keep his guise up unless the player wants to.

Going to put my money where my mouth is and play just such a character. He'll stay in social guise for Pathfinder briefings and investigation, then vigilante up right in front of his team when it is time to hit the dungeon. We'll see how it goes.


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Kryzbyn wrote:
But it is a perfectly good reason to hate Kender.

I DON'T NEED A REASON!

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Chess Pwn wrote:
So the character whose backstory was of selfless sacrifice, honor for life, and being an upstanding lawful citizen, wasn't LG? He was always the new alignment?

Nah, the player just can't stay in character.

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The DMV has no use for learning.

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I'm just amused by the name.

Brexit.

B rex it.

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Liz makes all the best tools.

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MisterSlanky wrote:
Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
(They aren't gonna be in tier for Captive in Crystal by GenCon, right?)
They are very much in-tier.

Oh bloody hell.

Jack Brown wrote:
TOZ, you would love it if you got us. But, those of us that are going (5-6) will be GMing the entire weekend, and most have played Captive in Crystal already. But, we'll be in tier.

Well, at least maybe you'll get a shot at offing my Aspis agent in the first slot. :)

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Bigby FrostFire wrote:
Well, I hope I'm not to late to offer my helpful advice...Which will seem very, very, simple.

And completely opposed to Ravingdork's philosophy, if I understand him correctly.


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Drejk wrote:
Internet does not forget. Internet does not forgive.

Why does everyone say such hurtful things?

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Freehold DM wrote:
Garydee wrote:
*sigh* Some people are just gutless trolls. These people are usually losers in life and not very bright.
remember folks, this is the internet.

Just glad to see signs of life.

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Yeesh, I knew you had long posts but this is ridiculous.

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Scavion wrote:
A BBEG with a vendetta and a information network WILL learn about these normal folks who stuck their neck out for our Vigilante. They were able to help with your short term problems, but they don't have the skills nor protective powers of your party to keep them from danger if a BBEG wants to use them against you.

This will happen with literally every other class as well. It's just the nature of being an adventurer. You make enemies. The Vigilante has no real incentive to keep his guise up unless the player wants to.

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Kurald Galain wrote:
If you've got 8-15 spells per day plus pearls of power, start casting them.

Only on opponents that matter. For pathetic fools not worth my time, I package them up for the mere mortals (read: martials) to dispatch.

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My sub cannot come soon enough.

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Disclaimer: Forum arguments are not representative of actual play.

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Evil Eye works even on a failed save. You can Evil Eye multiple stats. And as long as you have a move action, you can keep all penalties in effect thanks to Cackle.

Even worse, Intimidate before you cackle and have double the penalties. Just a question of where you want to spend your resources. A hex, skill points, or both?

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I hate that fugue of 'what was real and what was dream?'

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That cleric is f%*%ed.

The only way to win this fight is not be there.

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It's certainly not for everyone. Both shrimp and PFS.

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I'll be out late at Imperial Outpost Games in Glendale. Hoping to wrap the game up by 9.

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Gisher wrote:
Wow. The longer I visit these forums the less appealing PFS gets.

Imagine how much less appealing a home game is, where you can't even take your character to a different table and be assured to play it.

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Askdal Aleheart wrote:
My dash 1 is a Dwarf Cleric of Cayden Cailean with a masterwork silver warhammer named Mr. Shiney. I'm going to get "him" enchanted someday.

How could you miss an opportunity to call "him" Maxwell?

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No wounds intended, just an observation about the parallels.

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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

HEEEY FREEHOLD!

...Didn't want to bump the other thread with a return greeting. ;)

I'm living in Arizona, working at a solar power plant, and enjoying a gamer girlfriend! What's up with you?

Man, I miss a lot of things skipping hundreds of new FaWtL posts.

When do I get to buy you a drink?

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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Because, y'know, actually understanding what you're voting on is overrated.

Ayup.

Just last month we voted on prop 123 here in AZ. The governor (Rep) and the state congress (Rep-dominated) advertised it as the long-awaited funding that AZ schools desperately need. In fact, it's a fiscally-irresponsible half-measure that'll simply cause another funding crisis in another ten years or so.

And of course is passed, thus allowing the state government to weasel out of its lawful obligation to simply keep school funding in line with inflation.

Visiting this thread and seeing this discussion in light of Brexit is rather darkly amusing.

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On an unrelated note, anyone know where I can get a huge-sized scorpion mini? :)

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Honestly, other than a couple spots already mentioned above, I've found Season 7 to be everything I've wanted in a series of adventures. I'm more put off by the prepwork needed to use everything to the fullest extent than the few railroady parts. So I can't agree with the OP at all.

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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
My boss here in Phoenix...

Wait, what?

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Atarlost wrote:
memorax wrote:
What wait. A Rangers favored enemy depending on their type is supposed to be....racist. So a Paladin Smite Evil ability is the same as well because they target evil and it only works against evil creatures. Oh god the SJWs are targeting D&D now.
This isn't about social justice. This is about wanting to be able to play a character who isn't obsessed with the best ways to murder gnolls.

So don't play your ranger as obsessed with the best ways to murder gnolls. Done. You can even still have them as a favored enemy.

My dwarf ranger had favored enemy: human because he trained to be a diplomatic envoy to the human nations. Those bonuses to social interaction came in handy.

Atarlost wrote:
Nobody ever takes favored enemy for animals or constructs.

Seen them both. My Venture Agent's ranger tore through the beasts in the Land of the Linnorm Kings. (His hawk companion became known as the Wolfsbane.) Taking constructs is a good idea thanks to the bonus damage helping punch through the DR/hardness they usually have.

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What's this? A reasonable paladin discussion? On MY forum?

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Sharoth wrote:
You know that you have been hanging around Paizo too much when you start talking to your wife about certain things and you mention people's alias in conversation. She then says "They have real names." and I reply "That is their real name." oops.

"His name is Agent."

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There are places that lack email. And internet.

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Chris Mortika wrote:
Following the rules, Steve?

I'm not Lawful, Chris. I don't follow rules because they are rules. I follow them because they serve a purpose. Do you have a purpose for limiting prestige expenditures to a single item?

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Atarlost wrote:
When that prey is people, as it almost always is, they're racists.

You'd have a much better argument if you were talking about the Hatred racial trait. Favored Enemy isn't racist, but the reasons why the character takes it might be.

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Tangent101 wrote:
James Jacobs made a simple observation. High point builds is Easy Mode. And that is this strange deathly insult. Primarily because it's dead on.

I'm not sure how you got 'deathly insult' out of the discussion. I mean, I guess you're right that 'this is the internet where hyperbole is the standard' but you certainly aren't helping James with his 'make it better'.

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The only problem I have is the interface. If anyone knows how to collapse already read posts, it would be a real help to my sanity.

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Ssyvan wrote:
I don't understand this. What is the purpose of granting the PCs extra points if you're going to compensate?

Raising the floor for the PC's allows you to raise the floor for the enemies. Meaning more enemies or stronger enemies when you want them, as well as less risk when you don't.

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James Jacobs wrote:
It's certainly strange how often experienced gamers prefer to play the game on "easy" mode (higher point buy) rather than test their skills and try for the challenge of "hard" mode (lower point buy).

You say that like the GM doesn't up the challenge of higher point buy games.

It's also certainly strange that you use disparaging language about such games.

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