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Goblin Squad Member. Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Legends Subscriber; Pathfinder Tales Subscriber. FullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 4,631 posts (4,654 including aliases). 1 review. 7 lists. 1 wishlist. 4 Pathfinder Society characters. 1 alias.


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Jason Bulmahn wrote:
Blazej wrote:
I had always been a bit confused by the Green Prismatic Poison. With an initial effect of death, I've never been sure when the secondary effect and saves to cure would actually come into play.

That is a bit odd. I am going to look into that and get back to you. I have a suspicion that the effect of that ray will need to change. Looks like it was a left over from an earlier version of the poison mechanics.

Jason Bulmahn
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Paizo Publishing

While we are resurrecting this thread, has the above ever been addressed? Jason's comment was more than five years ago...


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Indeed, thank you, Lone Shark and Paizo, for this great game! Also, thank you, Obsidian, for the mobile version!


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Thanks for putting up the rulebook, but the link doesn't seem to work.


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So, a number of the Pathfinder Tales web fiction stories still haven't been compiled into epubs. These stories are:

  • Stargazer by Chris A. Jackson
  • A Matter of Knives by Ed Greenwood
  • Best Served Cold by Ari Marmell
  • The Weeping Blade by Josh Vogt
  • The Fencing Master by Dave Gross
  • Inheritance by Gabrielle Harbowy
  • Bells for the Dead by Howard Andrew Jones
  • The Cloak of Belonging by Chris Willrich
  • Hunter's Folly by Josh Vogt
  • Winter's Wolves by Wendy N. Wagner
  • Dune Runner by Christopher Paul Carey
  • Boar and Rabbit by James L. Sutter
  • The Tides of Blood! by Lucien Soulban
  • Queen Sacrifice by Steven Savile
  • Armored by Staphanie Lorée
  • A Knightly Mission by Dylan Birtolo
  • The Patch Man by Adam Heine
  • Diamond in the Rough by Evey Brett
  • The Gem by Gary Kloster
  • The Price Paid by Josh Vogt
  • Crisis of Faith by Michael J. Martinez

Also missing are compilation for these Pathfinder Journal stories from various Pathfinder Adventure Path Volumes:
  • The Bonedust Dolls by Kevin Andrew Murphy, from Reign of Winter
  • Sweet Ichor by Robin D. Laws, from Wrath of the Righteous
  • Shadow of the Sands by Amber E. Scott, from Mummy's Mask
  • Whispers n the Wastelands by Amber E. Scott, from Iron Gods
  • Tall Tales by various authors, from Giantslayer
  • Monsters Among Us by Stephanie Lorée, from Hell's Rebels
  • Cowards and Crows by Josh Vogt, from Hell's Vengeance
  • and the individual stories from Strange Aeons

Well, can we ever get these epub collections? Is there maybe even a timetable?


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Just for the record, I miss the adventure path item and face cards. I loved handing those out to the players.


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I very much doubt that a Second Darkness collection would include the chevalier prestige class at all. This class was part of the Cayden Cailean article in the then-quarterly series of articles on deities. The spherewalker from the Desna article in #2 was not updated in the Rise of the Runelords Anniversary Edition, nor the justiciar from the Abadar article in #8 in the Curse of the Crimson Throne hardcover.

These deity articles were reworked in Inner Sea Gods, and the fact that none of these prestige classes were updated and included there, tells us, I think, that Paizo has moved on from them, and we're probably not going to see them again.


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Looking back at this set—as I will be starting a WotR campaign soon—I find it weird that there are no miniatures at all for the NPCs that are supposed to be recurring, possibly over the whole campaign, such as Anevia Tirabade, Aravashnial, Horgus Gwerm, Sosiel Vaenic, and Aron Tir. Strange. Somehow this seems to point in the direction that sets like this are designed more for collectors than for actually playing the campaign.


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Sundakan wrote:

My perception is the game is bloated when I'm unable to keep up with the amount of options being published.

We have reached that point.

I don't mind more options, the problem comes when they're releasing 10 books a year between Player Companion plus Ultimate X, Y Adventures, Advanced [Insert noun] Guide, and so on. I envy the people who have the kind of cash to drop on all those every year, because even though they're open content GOOD LUCK finding them on the SRD or Archives (and most aren't posted to the PRD at all).

Thing is, you don't need to keep up.


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Regarding the Cult of the Dawnflower: who knows, maybe they're not even getting their divine powers from Sarenrae at all. Maybe she has disowned them, and before they've noticed, some other, more sinister power, has stepped in.


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Yakman wrote:
a swashbuckler is a pirate.

My swashbuckler in our Hell's Rebels campaign would disagree. He has never even set foot on a ship.

Also, Robin Hood is not a pirate. Inigo Montoya is not a pirate. D'Artagnan and the three musketeers are not pirates. Zorro is not a pirate. The list goes on.


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Xuldarinar wrote:
I can't help but wonder just how disappointed Rovagug must be in the drow.

I don't think Rovagug cares.


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Sounds very interesting. I'm in!


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Legendary Games has a five-part AP for Pathfinder RPG especially designed to be kids-friendly: Trail of the Apprentice, available here on paizo.com as hardcover collection or as individual volumes in print and/or PDF.


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Just for the record, it's "Liechtenstein".


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Gorbacz wrote:
*dons his cape and pistol, mounts the horse, prepares to highwayman ... or rather, AUTOBAHNMANN the Deutsche Post truck en route to Zaister*

Hey!


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Well that's a difficult boat route, I guess.


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Oh, mine just shipped. Shiny!


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Should I get worried that my order still hasn't shipped?


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zainale wrote:
i don't care if they are open content or closed content. i asked what they were. and what my rule lawyer says is that they are kobolds. i don't think so. but i also think he is an annoying young whipper snapper. kobolds a cool little creatures but nothing like half dragons. maybe if a dragon reproduced with a kinder you might get a kobold.

Well, regardless of open or closed content, dragonborn are not part of the Pathfinder RPG unless houseruled, so there is no lore about them, or rules to lawyer. Anything else is either from D&D or third party stuff. But since you asked in the "Pathfinder RPG General Discussion" foum, I assumed you wanted to know about dragonborn in the context of the Pathfinder RPG, and there is no such official information.


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EltonJ wrote:
Zaister wrote:
Dragonborn are a D&D race that is not open gaming content, and as such cannot be an official part of Pathfinder.
No, I'm sure they are open content.

Interesting. I completely forgot about Fifth Edition D&D having open content.


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Dragonborn are a D&D race that is not open gaming content, and as such cannot be an official part of Pathfinder.


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No.


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Pakhet is a minor egyptian lioness deity of war. Miau is onomatopoetic for the sound cats make in languages such as German or Spanish. Maybe there's a connection there.


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Marco Massoudi wrote:
I'd love to see a 64 page Mythos Bestiary in the Campaign Setting line with all the creatures collected.

Another part of the cooperation with Chaosium is Sandy Petersen's Cthulhu Mythos for Pathfinder. It's not an official Paizo product, but regarding this AP, it might be the closest thing you'll be able to get, once it is released.


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Todd Stewart wrote:
Szuriel as Horseman of War was partially inspired by the truly epic statue The Motherland Calls/Родина-мать зовёт in Kiev.

A little nitpick: the statue linked by Todd is actually the Motherland Calls statue in Volgograd. The statue was built in 1967 to commemorate the Battle of Stalingrad. It's 85 m (279 ft.) tall (not including the pedestal), the figure itself measures 52 m (171 ft.), and the sword 33 m (108 ft.). (For comparision, the Statue of Liberty in New York City is 46 m, or 151 ft.) The statue's grounds also hold the grave of Vasily Zaitsev, a famous russian sniper who took part in the battle, and was portrayed by Jude Law in the movie Enemy at the Gates.

There is a statue of the same name in Kiev too, but it looks rather different.


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Yay!


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Thank you Michael, for your informative and honest update. I wish you all the best in your further career, and I would enjoy seeing your artwork in future Paizo products. You have my vote for that.


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Any news about the deluxe edition?


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It bears notice, I think, that black is just as unnatural a skin color as purple. Black people do not have black skin, they have brown skin.


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Good to know, but confusing.


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Nightterror, you should really, really try to accept that the game is not made exclusively for you.


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Good luck with your new endeavors, Liz!


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Council of Thieves also was the only adventure path written for the Pathfinder RPG at the time, so that may also have contributed to its popularity.


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d'Eon wrote:

Not officially, but the Race Building rules suggest the following:

** spoiler omitted **

Considering that elves have 10 RP, I'd allow derros.

Sane Derro is a contadiction. No such thing.


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Well the fox creature looks a bit too much like a cartoon or videogame character for my taste, to be honest.


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137ben wrote:
Also, WotC sells PDFs of every edition they have ever released going back to 1974.

Please direct me to the site where I can buy official PDF of D&D's current edition, then.

137ben wrote:
... then they steal the PDF out of your downloads.

Did they delete files from your computer?


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Gorbacz wrote:
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Rysky wrote:
A hidden forest temple to Calistria? Interesting.

Me too....as are the other ones as well.

All though the Zon-Kuthon...is meh. Never a big fan of Evil Pain gods...would like to see a neutral pain God for once...

Ever read Jacqueline Carey's Kushiel novels?

*embarks on a Slavic longboat*

*sails north*

*salutes Kajehase for his good choice in books*

*joins in salute*


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I wish it was possible to do a general forum search and exclude the play-by-post forum. Usually when I do that kind of search, 95% of the results come from the play-by-post forum, an it's really tedious to sift through these results and look for the interesting stuff.


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Murdock Mudeater wrote:
Again, in pathfinder, Drow are their own species, not just dark skinned elves. Drow aren't a subtype of Elf, Elf is a subtype of Drow...

Actually, in Pathfinder, drow are elves:

Advanced Race Guide wrote:

Drow Racial Traits

...
Elf: Drow are humanoids with the elf subtype.


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I like new 0HD races because they bring variety to the game.

I dislike new 0HD races because there are far too many poeple who do not understand the mechanics of 0HD races and the necessity of "X race as characters" rules and think the presence of these rules automatically means that the race is intended as a PLAYER character race. Sigh.


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Please, no.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Does this cornucopia of aquatic races foretell an upcoming mostly/all aquatic AP and/or Aquatic Adventures hardcover?

You may have heard about the Ruins of Azlant AP.


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Bruno2 wrote:
Hob-Goblins eat people generally, [...]

No, they don't. At least not in this setting.


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Usually there is only one spring hardcover, but next year, due to Starfinder, there will be no Pathfinder PRG hardcover release for GenCon, so this might be that.


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Well, actually he is really good at slashing things. Stabbing not that much :)


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Samy wrote:
In fact it's FILLED with RP potential, much like Worf in TNG -- being a "defector" from his own kind.

Only that the plot of TNG was not that the Federation was being invaded by the Klingons.


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No.

Doesn't have anything to do with PC motivation for me. An adventurer is someone who goes on adventures. Nothing more, nothing less. Which is exactly what PCs usually do.

Anything beyond that is your interpretation.


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I like the fiction and would be sad to see it go, but I would not complain about more gaming material.


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Anyway, there is no reason that the existence of Starfinder should substract any kind of content from Pathfinder. They are different games. There is no correlation here.

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