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Goblin Squad Member. Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 3,149 posts (3,169 including aliases). 1 review. 8 lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 1 alias.


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sigh


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Happy to get my PDFs relatively early this time.

I had trouble checking out, too, recetnly.


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Sean K Reynolds wrote:
Actually, it's just set up that way for the purpose of having easy-to-describe backer rewards. If you scroll down to the Add-Ons section, it says Although the backer rewards for physical items say "ships to USA only," if you are outside the USA you can select any of those rewards if you add $15 for shipping.

Ah, I missed that. Thanks for pointing it out, Sean!


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This cover is.... WAAARGH!


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Kairos Dawnfury wrote:
I asked Mr. Jacobs before about how the orc lands seem to be surrounded...

Now that's interesting.


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Hmm, that throws an interesting light in the direction of the next Adventure Path...


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Bought right now on ground of EZG's review.


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I don't really have the space either, but what can you do? :)

Let's hope our shipments are going out soon!


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It's a common fallacy to assume that Golarion – or, in fact, any fantasy world – corresponds to a certain time period of Earth. The basic tenets of the world are so different from earth that a comparison like this simply makes no sense.

A term like "earlier than on Earth" has no meaning in this context at all.


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Dragon78 wrote:
I really like the Gunslinger's new outfit. Also I like her as a redhead a lot more too be honest. Now if we could new sci-fi outfits for Seoni, Lini, etc.

I'm OK with that change , redheads are severely underrepresented with the iconics anyway.


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That sounds intriguing!


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It would really be helpful if the FAQs were dated, or if those that are included in the most recent version of the rulebook were identified as such somehow.


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Te'Shen wrote:
Zaister wrote:
Also, no more discussions about drowning it.
Why not? Is it amphibious, and I just missed it in the description?

Check out the Hibernation ability for the spawn of Rovagug subtype (page 275):

Inner Sea Gods wrote:
Hibernation (Ex) Spawn of Rovagug can sleep for years, decades, or even centuries and do not need to eat or breathe during these periods of dormancy. If a spawn of Rovagug is forced into an environment where it cannot breathe and would suffocate, it goes into hibernation until conditions are right for it to reawaken. While in hibernation, a spawn of Rovagug’s damage reduction improves to 50/epic and it gains immunity to any spell or spell-like ability that allows spell resistance as well as all divination effects.


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What?


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Lamontius wrote:
Umbral Lasers!

Yes! Since magical darkness is not just the absence of light, but something that radiates out from a source, it should be possible to create a laser-like weapon that bundles this darkness radiation into a tight beam the same way a normal laser bundles light. Of course this would be a...

DASER!

It probably would deal cold damage, considering a light-based laser deals fire damage.


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I'm getting the feeling you're not really interested in rules.


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Dragon78 wrote:
Meh! not much of interest for me on this one.

Don't you have evil NPCs?


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The tighter packed text paragraphs in messageboard posts, I think, makes them a bit harder to read.


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I think a lot of posters on this thread think the main point of a prestige class is to give your character more power than your base class would.

That is exactly what was wrong with prestige classes in 3.5, and I am quite happy that this is not the case in Pathfinder.


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Well, them's the rules.


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I wish these threads would contain more than basically every discussion coming down to how inadequate these adventures are for magnuskn's mighty players.


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Why don't you agree with character concept?


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I'll raise you a glass of Edradour!


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The standard text font used in most Paizo books is FF Nexus Serif, while statblocks and read-aloud texts used be FF Nexus Sans, but are now using FF Dax. Headlines often use Jubilee, and title fonts used are the Treacherous Curves and Treacherous Corners fonts.


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Five races? I guess ifrits, sylphs, oreads and undines are a given. Who's the fifth? Suli?


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No, glitterdust is an area spell, while fog cloud is an effect spell. Note the difference between "Area: 20-ft. spread" and "Effect: fog spreads in 20-ft. radius". It seems very similar, but it isn't, when you check the definitions for these terms in the Magic chaper.


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This is the no-brainiest of all no-brainers to get!


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Voadam wrote:
I really like the Sarenrae and Nethys portrayals here but Urgathoa as a ripped up bloody corpse missing most of its meat is always a disturbing and unpleasant image I dislike seeing. On the cover it gives me a visceral negative reaction.

I'm still amused that you easily put her disgusting half-flayed gory lower body on the cover but her immaculate breasts need to be obscured by a strategically placed arm.


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Considering that casting the spell 38 times takes less than 5 minutes, I'd say, yes, it is a realistic thing to do. I'm not quite sure how you arrived at 3 x 30 = 300, though. :)


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I posted this earlier in the product forum thread for Bestiary 4, but I think due to the volume of posts there, it might get lost, so I'm reposting here, where it is appropriate.

I have noticed that in Bestiary 4, the Grab ability has reverted back to its version from the first Bestiary by once again including this sentence:

Bestiary 4 wrote:
Unless otherwise noted, grab only works against opponents at least one size category smaller than the creature."

Is this supposed to be a reversal of the rule change introduced in Bestiary 2, and kept through Bestiary 3, in which books this sentence has been omitted from the ability description, or simply a mistake?


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I want to gruesomely dismember some PCs!


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I don't think the advanced creature simple template was ever intended to be applied multiple times.

And, boy, it's been a long time since I've read a post that hostile to Paizo and that entitled. Calling the game developers "braindead morons" is certainly guaranteed to generate their goodwill to help you, I'm sure.

It seems, thoughs, that this is some kind of a tradition with the OP.


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Orcs overused in Pathfinder? I have a hard time thinking of an adventure that has orcs in significant numbers.


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I hope they make a class that combines fighter/wizard/cleric/rogue/monk in one. Well, of the course it must be better than the rogue or monk, because those obviously suck. Maybe for compensation it can add something like the synthesist on top. Or I'm not buying this book!


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ThatEvilGuy wrote:
Dustin Ashe wrote:
I want a class that is swift as a coursing river, with all the force of a great typhoon, with all the strength of a raging fire and, of course, mysterious as the dark side of the moon.
Be a man!
Jiggy wrote:
Dustin Ashe wrote:
I want a class that is swift as a coursing river, with all the force of a great typhoon, with all the strength of a raging fire and, of course, mysterious as the dark side of the moon.
Somehow, I'll make a man out of you.

I'm not getting the reference here. Can you help me out?


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I can ignore posts by people I don't want to read from quite well without any technical help. by the way.


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I think an ignore function is counter-productive, because in effect, it encourages the trolls.


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This swashbuckler concept is most intriguing...


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This will be a day long remebered!

Razor Coast finally arrived in Cologne, Germany, five years, four months and 18 days after I first ordered it from Sinister Adventures.

Thanks to everyone involved in making this a reality after all!

#299


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I'm thankful, by the way, that there is no "Golarion equivalent of Drizzt".


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wakedown wrote:
But, perhaps something similar to Unearthed Arcana days where classes could swap out core features for other core features.

We already have that. It's called archetypes.


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Justin Rocket wrote:
I'm shocked by the BADWRONGFUN attitude that the pro-3PP people have towards those of us who don't have the time to beta test all that 3PP content.

It's completely acceptable, of course, if you don't use third party publisher products in your game. It's not acceptable, however, to go out here and basically imply that all such products are crap.

By the way, it's not a beta test if a product is finished.


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I wonder if Paizo stuff produced as a third party publisher up to 2009 counts as "snake oil", too.


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I wonder if certain people realize that Paizo was a third party publisher before the release of the Pathfinder Roleplasing Game. If most gamers had then tought, "oh they're just a 3PP, their stuff must be crap", there would be no Pathfinder game now.


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Gorbacz wrote:

To be honest, in 1918 professional technical publications were full of scholarly articles boasting that those ridiculous, slow and completely un-practical armoured boxes with turrets are a temporary fad of little future utility and will fade shortly into obscurity of military history.

Ironically, it were your countrymen who proved the world that such statements weren't quite true ;-)

You may have noticed, though, that thoes weren't built in giant humanoid shape.

Rationalization or no, I simply do not want this silliness in my game. If I did, I'd play BattleTech, not Pathfinder.


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OMG, please, not mecha rules. I think there is no "SF" concept I despise more than this silly nonsense. No engineer in his right mind would ever build such a thing as an upright, much less humanoid-shaped tank.


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I wish I knew anything about these characers...


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I'd be very surprised of they were shipping on weekends. So it's two more days of waiting. Sigh.


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It's just that this business of making vague announcements about announcements to come is getting out of hand recently. In general.

Some company have even taken to making announcements of announcements of announcements, such as the BBC with their Doctor Who stuff recently. It's silly.

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