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Pathfinder Companion Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 26,022 posts. No reviews. 2 lists. 2 wishlists. 1 Pathfinder Society character.


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We used to have a cheater in one of my groups.

Bold faced lied about it, when confronted about it.

Not autistic.

Just a creepy liar, who smelled like a sweaty pig anus filled with old cheese, that eventually left state, after trying to make out with my sleeping sister.

Some people, are just terrible people.


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Snowflame?


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Edward Elric?


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Kazaan wrote:

Ever play Chrono Trigger?

** spoiler omitted **

That's the real purpose of a Monk... the guy who keeps your party able if you're ever deprived of all your nice magic gear. You walk into an Antimagic Field, and BAM, all your magic gear shuts off. That nice +3 Holy Greatsword you're so fond of? It's just a MWK Greatsword now. Sure, the Monk's AoMF shuts off as well, but, while other martial classes beat out a Monk when both are optimized with magic gear, the Monk evens out when the magic gear is taken away.

Ayla was my favorite character. Marle and Ayla were pretty much constant, as that's how you got all the cool stuff. Like magic pants, you wear on your head.


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Let's keep politics, racism, and other such hot topics out of the thread.

The point has been made.

Let's move on.


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Look, if we go by the FAQ alone, then it applies to Two-handed weapons only. Full stop.

If we say it applies to One-handed wielded in two hands, and Ranged weapon that require two-handed weapons to use, then we must have a reason why.

So, we have some that say that any attack, regardless of what that weapon is, that utilizes two hands, uses up the off-hand, as a two-handed weapon does, as noted in the FAQ, even though the FAQ never mentions any other weapon.

Then, we have those that say this is applies to any attack that adds x1.5 strength to damage, as the off-hand is used up in additional x0.5 to damage.

Now, either way, we have to read a little bit more than is written in the FAQ.

I hope we can, at the very least, agree to the latter statement.

Alright?


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Actually, the term "Negro" and "Colored" are deemed offensive.


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Okay, it boils down to:

Does the FAQ cover just two-handed weapons, or any weapon that requires two hands to use?


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For the right price, and with DM approval, I see no reason why this isn't possible.


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I am sure it has been said, but the rules on customs are only guidelines.

It goes on to note that abilities, and spell effect, and enchantments, should be carefully considered. A constant Bless effect, is not equal to a constant True Strike effect, even though they are both first level spells.

Also, it notes how to estimate these costs, and does not note it as a hard formula.

So, you have to compare this custom magic armor, to existing magic armors, and try to estimate an appropriate price.

The end price is subject to DM approval.

So, in theory, you could have a set of Mithral Celestial Plate armor, but you have to realize custom magic guidelines, are just that.

Guidelines.

Too often I see PCs taking the formula for estimates, and forgetting that is all it is.

An estimate.

So, when it comes to custom magic items, a Mithral Celestial Plate armor, is no different than a Ring of Truestrike, in that they both need DM approval.


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Depends on the rest of the party.


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Well, the reason there is no specific wording allowing Bow to be used with two-weapon fighting, is because there never was a restriction before.

RAW was altered.


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Can one two weapon fight, with a Longbow/Shortbow, and an Unarmed Strike?

Please hit the FAQ button next to this post, if would like an answer.


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Just because an ability score determines the value of a bonus, does not mean it is necessarily the source of the bonus.


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The reason I keep pointing to SKR's explanation of the unwritten rules, is that he explains why an attack with a two-handed weapon subsumes your off-hand attack.

Not because it requires two hands, but that gaining an extra attack, that adds an additional x0.5 strength to damage, violates an unwritten rule, that you cannot gain more than x1.5 damage.


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Look, I know you want advice on traits, but you have a newbie player, with the weakest non-NPC class, using the weakest combat focus, for that class.

My Advice?

Make this information crystal clear to the player.

You don't need to be a Rogue, to be a "Rogue".


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I, too, would suggest a Slayer.

Too many times, have I had to deal with the disappointed player, who decided to play a Rogue, as their first PC.

It really breaks my heart when that happens.


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I am not sure how I missed that.


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Well, I believe it is FAQ worthy.


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Seems silly.

I want this archetype to work.


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Well, this escalated quickly.


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You get the Flurry of Blows number.

It doesn't matter how many arms you have.

You cannot combine two-weapon fighting, with Flurry of Blows.


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Well, you also don't know how an Eidolon has it's "parts" put together.

You may see a Summoner high-fiving his Eidolon, and not realize how intimate that act is.


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DM:
"Hey, wouldn't it be great if the new guy was "The Load", and poor, and could never catch up in power, and stay that way forever? I am such a clever DM for thinking of this."

Player:
"No, this idea sucks. If you don't want any new players, just say so."


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Marc Radle wrote:

Best advice? It's paladin, not pally.

I am going to wipe that god-aweful 'pally' slang from people's lexicon if it kills me!!! :)

You don't talk about wizzies, rangeo's and sorcies, do you?

Sheesh!!!!!

Color me bad, wit' Rouge and Fits, for the Wizzie be blastin', Pally be Smiting, Clerz be on da' healz, and Barbie be tankin'.


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Rainbow Wizard?

He doesn't even look like LeVar Burton.


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See this FAQ.


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Abraham Lincoln(Vampire Hunter Inquisitor).


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-Grijm- wrote:
Generally monster feats cannot be taken, no idea about exceptions.

Untrue.

This restriction does not exist.


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Well, there is a magical item, that allows worshipers of Lamashtu to interbreed with animal within one size category.

No polymorph spells/effects needed.


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This, is a houserule.

A really silly, and in my opinion, stupid houserule.


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Did someone mention it was magic?

I am pretty sure someone mentioned it was magic.

So, if anyone asks why the magic lenses are give you better hearing capabilities, the answer is simple:

Magic.;)


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Midnight_Angel wrote:
blackbloodtroll wrote:
Midnight_Angel wrote:
However, the spell duration might be a tad on the short side...
Well, Anthropomorphic Animal can be made permanent...
Now you've done it.

I bet you can squeal like a pig. Weeeeeeee!


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Synthesist on Synthesist action?


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Midnight_Angel wrote:
However, the spell duration might be a tad on the short side...

Well, Anthropomorphic Animal can be made permanent...


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Well, a Witch can just cast Alter Self on their Pig Familiar, and make sweet love to a member of their own race.

In the end, they are still porking a pig.


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TOZ wrote:
Not everyone is made for that rabbit hole...

That's what lubrication is for...


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Diminuendo wrote:
By this logic a Thunder and Fang user can get Dex to damage with their Earthbreaker

Yes they can.


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Can I just cut the front of the shirt, and safety pin it to the back of a Jean vest, with metal studs, and still get the reroll?


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Android Skald?

Viable Breakdance Robot?


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SunsetPsychosis wrote:
Wis to AC comes from two different sources, two different classes, and two different ability types. They're also unnamed bonuses. It's a little cheesy, but it should work.

The Commoner Class is cheesy. Black Olives are cheesy. 10 foot poles are cheesy.

The meaninglessness of the term "cheesy", is cheesy.

Anyways, you are quite correct with everything else.


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Well, there is always Weapon Versatility(Ray).


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Well, obviously, this item should cost 1000gp, and give you a -4 to Diplomacy.

Oh, and of course, no benefit.


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Love it, or hate it, the player who loses it should be allowed a greater rebuild.

No need to salt the wound.


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My Rouge is a Disguise kit, that some Rogue stole.


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Beguiling Gift + Elixir of Sex Shift.

Chauvinist Pigs beware!


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5 years?

A mere blink of an eye.

Why, the skeletal structure of this horse is still intact.

Beat away, my good man!


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A Wire Saw used as a Garrote.

Manacles. Skillet.

Did I mention you can get these made with special materials?

Fun, and functional.

Also, SHINY!


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Mithral Waffle Iron.

Yes, they exist.

Also, the Bag of Everlasting Dung is a great source of endless ammo.

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