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Goblin Squad Member. Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Deluxe Comics Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 3,049 posts (3,069 including aliases). 1 review. 8 lists. No wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character. 1 alias.


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What?


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Where would that be from?


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Want!


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Here's my breakdown:

Shackled City: up to TPK early on in Secrets of the Soul Pillars with Thursday group; finished with Wednesday group

Age of Worms: abandoned after Encounter at Blackwall Keep with Monday group; abandoned after The Spire of Long Shadows with Thursday group [both for various reasons]

Savage Tide: brought to a close after Into the Maw with Wednesday group

Rise of the Runelords: finished with Monday group, but on a TPK against the final villain

Curse of the Crimson Throne: currently playing with Monday group, near the end of Skeletons of Scarwall

Legacy of Fire: finished with Thursday group

Council of Thieves: finished as player

Kingmaker: finished with Wednesday group

Serpent's Skull: abandoned during City of Seven Spears with Monday group

Jade Regent: currently playing as player, near the end of The Hungry Storm

Skull & Shackles: currently playing with Wednesday group, halfway through Tempest Rising

Reign of Winter: currently playing with Thursday group, just finished The Shackled Hut

Way of the Wicked: abandoned late in Knot of Thorns with Thursday group due to change in group composition


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Silence among Hounds wrote:


From a business point of view, that would be a horrible decision. It would further distance many players in what is already a radical shift in style.

It's not a "radical shift in style." Numeria was there right from the start with all the implications. Doing one Adventure Path set there and built upon that foundation does not mean that all of Pathfinder will be science fiction that from now on.


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Congratulations, Owen! Great news.


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I use this kind of pen (sorry, page in German) that paints a white varnish to write numbers on the bases. i'm sure something similar should be available in the US. I think Edding is for us Germans what Sharpie is for you Americans.


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Sebastian wrote:
Let me stress that it is not a good show. However, each episode is packed full of crazy magic meets technology events.

Yes I got that from your linked post :)


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Sebastian wrote:
Zaister wrote:
Huh
If you will indulge my self-quoting...

Hmm... maybe I'll try and take a look.


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Ah, that again. I guess that was never on German TV. And if it was, I probably wouldn't have watched it. I've given up on animation a long, long time ago.


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You lost me there. What are you going on about?


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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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Thanks, Iammars. I'm just putting together a good reading order.


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David knott 242 wrote:
James Jacobs said that he planned to get this errataed about two years ago. Since then, there has been no official FAQ or update in regard to this topic.

Paizo's policy on errata for rulebooks is this: errata are issued when a new printing of the book in question is made. So, this will probably be corrected whenever the second printing of the Advance Race Guide is going to be released.


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James Jacobs wrote:
Again... it's not the word "light" that interacts with darkness spells... it's spells with the "Light" descriptor (note the capitalization). Lasers don't have the Light descriptor, so they function normally in darkness like any other ranged weapon.

I don't think this is entirely true. The darkness spell also interacts with non-magical light sources, such as a torch, by canceling their effects, and these kind of of light sources do not have the "light" descriptor.

EDIT: Ninja'd by Mark, it seems.


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I don't play PFS (there's not really an opportunity here anyway), but I'll want to read up on the scenarios. Is this part of Season 4 (it looks like it), and if so where does it fall in the general time line of the season?


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


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Note that there is no summoning or "de-summoning" of a paladin's mount in the Pathfinder RPG. That was a D&D concept that was not brought over to Pathfinder. The mount is always present, and as Diego has already mentioned, the paladin has the ability to teleport it to his location a number of times per day. No summoning actually ever takes place.


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Yes, something like that...


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Weird. I thought the mythic rules weren't PFS legal. The certainly do not show up on the PFS Additional Resources page.


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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 cavalier's order of the dragon has this ability (emphasis mine):

PRD wrote:
Aid Allies (Ex): At 2nd level, whenever an order of the dragon cavalier uses the aid another action to assist one of his allies, the ally receives a +3 bonus to his Armor Class, attack roll, saving throw, or skill check. At 8th level, and every six levels thereafter, this bonus increases by an additional +1.

Is this an error? The aid another action usually does not serve to improve a saving throw, and there is no mechanism detailed for this. I'm guessing this is an editing error and "saving throw" is not really supposed to be listed there, but you never know.

Any ideas?


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Vic Wertz wrote:
All I can tell you is that these are Big Finish's standards.

I was afraid it was something like this.


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So, this means you can't effectively use a hemp rope tie up someone with a Strength score of 16 or better (18 or better for silk rope), because they can always succeed on the Strength check to break the rope by taking 20.


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I'm fairly certain it's not a joke.


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I can't help it, Valley of the Brain Collectors sounds like a Russ Meyer movie that took a left turn somewhere to me.

Anyway, I'm intrigued.


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Evil Midnight Lurker wrote:
Zaister wrote:
Oh, so this AP is an April Fool's joke?
All these announcements were made yesterday.

Not on my clock!

Anyway, I was only half-serious.


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Gorbacz wrote:
OK you guys are pulling our legs with this one, this is not a real announcement, this is some sick joke of Cosmo. A cosmic joke. Ha ha, I'm so funny.

Well you could take a look at the calendar.


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Not sure I'll really like this as part of a fantasy campaign, but it might come in handy for finally putting together my long-hedged plan to turn Green Ronin's city of Freeport into a space fantasy space station. Hmm.


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Oh, so this AP is an April Fool's joke?


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What's the reason the digital version is not included with the physical CD subscription? It would be nice, especially for overseas customers, to be able to listen even before the CD arrives.

Furthermore, supplying just MP3 files and not lossless files such as FLAC seems a bit backward in an age of high-speed braodband internet.


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Ah, I see now. Nice!


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So... what has changed? It looks the same to me.


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Ah that explains it, thanks. 2 hardcovers it is, then.


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I don't quite understand the conditions here. Is it 6 or 12 chapters? What's the difference between 12 and 24 months?


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Here's what I made for my campaign. Only that the text is in German.


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Works for me.


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Wow, Seoni has a right thigh like a bodybuilder. And her left leg looks like there's a hoof under that whatever-that-is. Also, Ezren seems to be a doing a Chewbacca whining impression.


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Gorbacz wrote:
J-Gal wrote:
I wish to get rid of my account, so if someone could close or delete it for me that would be most helpful. Thank you.
Awww shucks, I was soooo looking forward to what OP thinks about Samsarans.

Now, that's a strange reaction.


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It worked now, thanks, Chris!


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It seem I can't get past the "Personalizing... Click link again in 10 seconds to download" stage for downloading a product I just bought (Paper Minis for The Frozen Stars). Can you help?


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As an interesting aside, one could also ask, why isn't there a Walk-by Attack feat, for those that cannot qualify for Spring Attack?


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J-Gal wrote:
2e was not as dense as 1e, but THAC0.

THAC0, by the way, is exactly the same thing as the Base Attack Bonus.

Perhaps you might want to look into games like Swords & Wizardry, or Adventures Deep & Dark.


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I'd certainly like to see the revised Second Darkness AP James is envisioning, but the fact is, they seem to have tons of unsold volumes of Pathfinder Adventure Path volumes #13–#18. Note that none of these are listed on the recent store blog of items with dwindling supplies, except the alternative cover version of #13, which was supposed to have a limited print run to be sold primarily at GenCon 2009, and is still available. So, if they were to publish a revised hardcover version now, they'd certainly make sure that nobody will ever buy any of those, and I don't think they want that.


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Note that Spring Attack can fill in here if the creature has a swim speed, and just wants to make an attack in passing. Flyby Attack would allow more, i.e. any kind of standard action during the move, not just an attack, but incurs an attack of opportunity. However, if all you want to do is attack, Spring Attack can provide that.


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It seem I can't get past the "Personalizing... Click link again in 10 seconds to download" stage for downloading a product I just bought (Paper Minis for The Frozen Stars). Can you help?


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I've noticed that on the "My Subscriptions" page, the block "Example Subscription Shipments" is empty currently.


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Yeah!


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Damn, not fast enough in fixing the typo. :)

An adventure car sounds nifty though.


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I noticed a small glitch: on the "Pathfinder Adventures" page, the Pathfinder Adventure Path product line is represented by a Pathfinder Adventure Card Game expansion box.

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