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Sounds like Iron Maiden on time lapse.


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J-Bone wrote:
wow... the AP no one was asking for. Why not just play Call of C'Thulu instead of getting to lvl 20 and curb stomping a Great Old One like a BAWS?

Certainly not no-one.


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My money is on something focusing on bringing the new psychic magic rules into play, so maybe Vudra.


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Here's some glue for you.


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I'm still giving Gary the benefit of the doubt. The new update shows he is still comitted to finishing the project. That is good enough for me, although indeed, he could have been more communicative before. But I dont mind if it takes another year. It's not as if I don't have any adventures left to play.


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Mike Selinker wrote:
pH unbalanced wrote:
What deity does Raz worship?
In our All Characters spreadsheet, Raz's deity is listed as "Self."

So, does the class deck include Blessing of Raz cards, then? :)


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Vic, can you perhaps comment on weather a decision has been made when the errata card set for S&S will bevome available?


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*sigh*


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Certainly :)


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Off topic remark: I can't believe how long it took me and how many posts of Hawkmoon269's post I've had to read to finally realize that he he took his name from an awesome U2 song.


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The AP bestiaries have always been mixed with Golarion-specific and setting-neutral creatures. Also, robots are not special, why would they be.

But actually, arguing with you seem kind of pointless. I have the feeling it'S difficult for you to accept that Paizo don't make their products especially for you.


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I don't think this book will reprint any creatures from the Inner Sea Bestiary because (a) those are intended to be Golarion-specific while the Bestiary books are setting-neutral, and (b) because they want to keep selling the Inner Sea Bestiary.

It will, however, reprint some but not all creatures from recent adventure path bestiaries, yes, probably including robots from the Iron Gods volumes.East of Midnight


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So, seven parts. Does that mean six plus the prequel? Or seven parts and a prequel on top?


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Mr_Outsidevoice wrote:

While I don't truly think the next AP will be this, I still want it to be.

Planet Hopping campaign fighting against the things beyond the Dark.

AKA Flash Gordon vs Cthullu.

Legendary Games' upcoming Planet Adventure Path might be something for you


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Myth Lord wrote:

1) I really dislike humans.

2) I really dislike humans.
...
5) I really disike humans.

As a human, I take offense at this repeated statement of dislike.

Myth Lord wrote:

I don't care for Elves, Orcs, Dwarves ...

I really dislike Half-things like tieflings, half-elves, half-ogres and half-orcs more than humans...

Do you even play the game?

I can't really imagine how your game might look. Does your world have ... people?


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Am I the only one who sees this in my mind's eye everytime I read Dragon78's name?


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I would rule that you roll every turn.


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It not the name that annoys me.


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I think this is an excellent idea. Unchained is a much different beast than other hardcovers such as Occult Adventures.


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I just flagged like 30 posts there...


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B. A. Robards-Debardot wrote:
Limitless range has you multiply this range by 5 ft. So your new range in the case of the dagger would be 50 ft^2. I don't know how to implement a range that is an area.

That was the first thing I noticed too, when reading that ability just now. Weird.


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Congratulations, Liz!


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Avadriel wrote:
page 20 Unchained rogue lacks the ability to sneak attack targets with concealment mentioned in the recent precision damage FAQ

Actually, it doesn't. Compare this

Standard rogue wrote:
The rogue must be able to see the target well enough to pick out a vital spot and must be able to reach such a spot. A rogue cannot sneak attack while striking a creature with concealment.

with this:

Unchained rogue wrote:
The rogue must be able to see the target well enough to pick out a vital spot and must be able to reach such a spot. A rogue cannot sneak attack while striking a creature with total concealment.


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Sebastian, thanks for your explanation. I will keep the September convention in mind.

How is GM credit handled with campaign mode? What counts as a "session"? Is there any more documentation about this then in the Guide to Organized Play? Is that the "RPG" checkbox on the module in the event creating form?

Sorry for the many questions.


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Now that is useful!


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How did I miss this? Is there a print version?

Edit: found it on amazon.de. Ordered, and getting PDF here!


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Just for the record: I actually liked Mass Effect 3, even better than Mass Effect 2 (which had been a disappointment for me, because it basically did away with quite a lot of things I enjoyed in the first game), and I didn't even have to have the expanded ending. And I think EA has far far bigger failures in their book. Sim City, Batllefield 4 come to mind.


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The Strategy Guide was put together and printed before the recent FAQ ruling that reversed that rule and introduced the exception that the corners—as in D&D v.3.5—are indeed threatened.


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Hm, I just tried to read a few threads from the PFO forum, but I couldn't understand a word what they are even talking about. Might've as well been Chinese.


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If a player asked me that, I'd say you can fly underwater, as long as you can also swim in the air.


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What I'm saying is that the "20th level build" is basically irrelevant to the actual game.


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My theory is that people who only focus on what a particular "build" can do at 20th level are probably just "theorycrafting" and not really playing those.

I suspect for most Pathfinder Players the game is long over before 20th level becomes relevant. It's not even relevant for PFS.


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My guess, by the way, is, that this new rulings has nothing whatsoever to to do with the power level of certain prestige classes. Classes that basically only were published for this game to satisfy 3.5 backward compatibility in 2009. I believe that Paizo don't really care much about these classes that basically are just legacy, and I think rightly so. There are tons of options now that were not available then, and I think the game wouldn't be poorer if these legacy classes wouldn't even exist. And if they don't satisfy the need for power gamers to be at the top "tier", then I just don't care.

I think the real reason the ruling got reversed is that is easily can have any number of unforeseen side effects in other parts of the game, and probably would wreak havoc on something they have in current development that we don't even know about, and thus, it had to go. Besides the fact that—considering consistency of the rules—the old FAQ ruling simply made no sense.

The non-announcement of the change is puzzling indeed, though.


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Scavion wrote:
This kinda reminds me of a recent patch for Heroes of the Storm where Blizzard took away a "must-have" talent for Tyrael that was the only thing keeping him viable in the game. Now he's strictly worse than all the other warriors in the game and no one(who wants to win anyways) plays him or wants to see him on their team. Blizzard stated a rework was in the works but apparently he's meant to be useless till then.

This post (emphasis mine) shows exactly what kind of players it is that are now complaining about this ruling: those who what to win the game. Except that this just isn't that kind of game.


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Thank the maker!


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Who can resist buying a book that's named like a Manowar album!


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Going by the logic some people are displaying here, you shouldn't be able to take 10 on any skill check at all:

* can't take 10 on Perception because you might fail to notice the truck and get run over

* can't take 10 on Perform (comedy) because someone in the audience might not like your jokes and shoot you (don't laugh, things like that happen, unfortunately)

* can't take 10 on Profession (woodcutter) because the tree might fall on you and kill you

* can't take 10 on Walking because you might trip, fall and break your neck

and so on.

Take 10 is designed to eliminate exactly the specific danger that failing the skill check could bring with it. Why is that so difficult to understand.


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Sometimes it drives me to despair when I see people that have been playing this game system for 15 years now still can't get their head wrapped around rules like take 10, take 20, or the 5-foot-step.


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I'm wondering, for almost every class there exists some magic item interacting with or improving on a class feature, especially those items like the robe of arcane heritage for sorcerers or the bane baldric for inquisitors, that lets the class use certain class features at +x levels. However, there seems to be nothing that, for example, would interact with bardic performance.

Of course a bard can use a lot of generic magic items, but so can everyone else, so these don't count.

I think the only item I've found that actually mentions the bard is the resplendent robe of the thespian form Ultimate Equipment, which can only be used by bards, but doesn't really do anything specifically bardish, and costs a whopping 75,000 gp.

Why is that,I wonder. Or am I missing the good stuff somewhere?


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GreyWolfLord wrote:
The ONLY real complaint I have, is that they have everything tossed into the APs. So unless you want to do some heavy adapting on some of them, that's one reason you have to buy all the books. The more current the AP you get, the more likely they'll have references to EVERYTHING more often then not. (Everything means, all the rulebooks to a degree).

In my eyes, the fact that they are using new material in the adventure paths is a definite plus, and certainly not something to complain about. Everything that is used in the APs is either in the PRD, or it is fully reprinted right ther in case it comes from a Player Companion, Campaign Settings book, or 3rd party source. Nothing that is used in an AP adventure forces you to buy any other book. You can look it all up for free.


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StarMartyr365 wrote:
Kudaku wrote:

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Another example could be "save class" where a caster rolls to hit a static save (10+x) and compares his roll to everyone's save rather than have everyone roll a save and compare with his save DC. It's a minor change, but it means that instead of having 15 minions roll reflex saves to avoid a fireball, the caster rolls one "fireball attack" and compares his roll with the 15 minion reflex "AC"s.
This is how Star Wars Saga works and it is awesome.

It's also how D&D 4th edition "saving throws" work, if I remember correctly. Since both the Saga and 4E systems are not Open Gaming Content it might be difficult to "steal" this mechanism, but I believe the mechanism is actually open, as it was an optional rule in the 3E book Unearthed Arcana, most of which is OGC.

Indeed: here it is.


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Well, a lot of Pathfinder and the PRD content derives from Wizards of the Coast's IP and is used by way of the Open Gaming Licence. This content may be reused if—and only if—the OGL is appropriately included and passed along. It seems though, that the website in question did not include a copy of the OGL, and thus Dr. Friedlander was actually using Wizard's copyrighted content in an unlicensed way, and Wizard was well within their rights to demand its removal.

That doesn't mean, however, that this is a clever way for Wizards to proceed, PR-wise, but we already know that PR hasn't been Wizards' strong suit these past years when it comes to D&D.


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Vic Wertz wrote:
Reckless wrote:
Chris Ballard asked how many Charter superscribers were left, which I don't think has the same answer as how many Charter subscribers there are.

You're correct—my mistake.

There are a lot fewer than 500 Pathfinder charter superscribers, and still fewer Paizo charter superscribers.

It seems so. Of all the people who posted here so far, I'm the only one with the "Paizo Charter Superscriber" tag. But I can't be the only one, I hope! :)


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What happens if you examine a location deck that fas a faceup task card on top?

For example, what can Alahazra see with her examination power? The taks card, or the one below?

Or, what happens if you use a spyglass? Can you look at two cards under the task, or is the task one of these two? And if so, can you rearrange the cards? Does that even make sens?


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Kings of Metal!


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Backed this in Kickstarter, and I can't wait to get my hands on the hardcover. EZG's review is spot on. This is a great adventure, one I'd love to run.


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*sigh*


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More like "used to" than "usually". The last two month the local shop here in GERMANY had the products for sale before mine were even shipped or I got access to the PDFs. And this month seems to be gearing up for third in a row,

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