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Pathfinder Companion Subscriber. Pathfinder Society Member. 30,764 posts. No reviews. 5 lists. 1 wishlist. 12 Pathfinder Society characters.


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Brew Bird wrote:
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They could have just left it as a PFS rule.

It was the only place it mattered.

PFS seems to rule all errata.

Outside of PFS, GMs can do whatever they want. It's only society play wear RAW matters more than GMs preference.

So, when the DM, and 3 of the players have different printings, of the same book, with different errata, there is no problem?

This "you can houserule" is the lamest excuse I hear.

You can houserule a whole system.

We buy the books, so we don't have to.

This is just the beginning...


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You seeing the face of your dead child on a Pokemon, and knowing they are stuck in an eternal existence of sorrow, violence, and servitude. Knowing they are aware of every moment of their existence, and can do nothing about it.

If that comes from a 10 year old, then that kid needs counseling.


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VRMH wrote:
My Self wrote:
the GM is part of the team.
An all too often overlooked fact.

By all parties.


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This thread is basically a hit list.


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I blame our inability to agree if the Shadow Lodge still exists, on Grandmaster Torch.


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You get what I am saying.

Replace that with a 1st Level Witch with the Slumber Hex, or whatever else a caster has to take down a T-Rex.

I am just saying, it was not nearly the problem it was made out to be.

Even a T-Rex can make AoOs.


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Racial Heritage:Ogre.

Then, Corrupted Flesh, Fetid Breath, Raging Brute, and Vestigial Head.


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Straight Invunerable Rager Barbarian works.


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Damn Truenamer.

You kept sucking at it more, the higher level you got.


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If it's the group being a jerk to one player, then that falls under bullying.


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There is also the Hospitaler Paladin, Arcane Healer Bard, Chirurgeon Alchemist, and Hedge Witch.

Did you know their is a Healing Bomb Discovery, Healing Hex, and Life Budding in Salted Earth Bardic Masterpiece?

If the DM gives you no choice, ask him if he wants to run the PC.

It may as well be his.


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Things that have worked fine for years are getting the errata/nerf bat.


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Indeed.

I generally avoid passive-aggressive nonsense.


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All doors were over 900lbs?

Was this a giant's castle?

Maybe the Fortress of Overcompensating Dwarves?


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Um, the original Tiefling/Aasimar ages were in error.

They corrected them.

That's a good thing.


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No need.

The Kunai notes it can be used as a Crowbar without penalty.


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LazarX wrote:
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A Shield is in all ways, a weapon.

A mindblade however, is ONLY a weapon. no matter what form you want to make it, you can only get what the power mechanics say you can get.

I don't see how being a Mindblade somehow makes a shield less of a weapon.

It's a completely valid choice.


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A Shield is in all ways, a weapon.


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You missed something.

ARG got tons of wacky errata.


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Pixie, the Leng Queen wrote:
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Tbh I think it would be really funny if, after failing a necessary climb check, the GM said: "and roll initiative as the mountain you just failed to climb attempts to shake you out of its beard, revealing a shallow cave entrance behind it"

The only contents of said cave? a telescoping ladder of just the right height.

Hey guys? Not sure if this is going to help, but I found a staircase leading exactly where you wanted to go.

Don't judge me and my Frozen quotes. :P

Pixie uses destruction and SSmite judgements*

*Super effective*

blackbloodtroll endured the hit with Focus Sash.

blackbloodtroll used Counter.

Pixie fainted.


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Sacred Cow?

Physical Dice.

No, your dice app is meaningless to me.


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IT'S MY BOOK, AND I GONNA READ IT!!!


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Eventually, they will have enough beans.


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8 Str on a -2 Str Race is not dumping it.

It's just not investing in it.


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My Breaker Barbarian just loves chunks of special materials.

Adamantine Cobra? It's not even my birthday!


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So, instead of choking dust, or sneezing powder, you're just going to throw fistfulls of cocaine at people?


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Piddly dink-a a dink-a dink, piddly dink-a doo...

Oh, Kineticist, I love yoooouuu...


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Chris Mortika wrote:
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I noted before:

A friend may want to show you this cool thing he/she got on a chronicle sheet, or tries to ask you how something on a chronicle sheet works.
You either outright refuse, or you're cheating.

You are DMing a game, and a player has some kind of odd bonus, or item. He/she says it's on a chronicle sheet.
You can either trust that they know exactly what it does, and deny them the chance to tell you which chronicle it came from, or you're cheating.

You prepare to run a scenario, reading through to make sure you have the required materials. Things don't work out, or you don't get around to running it. A PFS game comes up, and it is said scenario.
You either refuse to play, and in fact must never play it, or you're cheating.

You decide to play a CORE PFS game. You have played through, or DM'd most scenarios available. By CORE rules, you can play through scenarios, you have played through in a non-CORE game, but...
You can try to find the few scenarios you might not have played/DM'd, just not play at all, or you're cheating.

Not a single thing here is true. As you say, you're a troll.

Name calling. Do not devolve to that. I am sure you are better than that.

I am repeating the overall reactions, and opinions, that I have heard before.

You think these statements are untrue?

I agree.

I am sorry if you did not catch that.


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No.

I been through this discussion before.

General consensus has been that you are required to go to extreme measures, to avoid all these seemingly innocent situations, that, in truth, actually make you out to be some kind of horrible cheating bastard.

A few others, have just said "don't be a jerk about it", and I more or less follow this line of thought, with some additional restrictions for my self. I don't follow this line of thought that looking at your buddy's chronicle sheet, is a sin that can only be forgiven with a act of Seppuku.

So, just wait... anything but merciless intolerance will be met with vitriol, of the most foul nature.


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I noted before:

A friend may want to show you this cool thing he/she got on a chronicle sheet, or tries to ask you how something on a chronicle sheet works.
You either outright refuse, or you're cheating.

You are DMing a game, and a player has some kind of odd bonus, or item. He/she says it's on a chronicle sheet.
You can either trust that they know exactly what it does, and deny them the chance to tell you which chronicle it came from, or you're cheating.

You prepare to run a scenario, reading through to make sure you have the required materials. Things don't work out, or you don't get around to running it. A PFS game comes up, and it is said scenario.
You either refuse to play, and in fact must never play it, or you're cheating.

You decide to play a CORE PFS game. You have played through, or DM'd most scenarios available. By CORE rules, you can play through scenarios, you have played through in a non-CORE game, but...
You can try to find the few scenarios you might not have played/DM'd, just not play at all, or you're cheating.


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I am not sure if I should repeat everything that was also on the thread I linked.

I at least know, that for some reason, I shouldn't suggest anyone actually go there, read what has already been written, and comment there.

I have no idea why I shouldn't do that, but apparently that is a bad thing too.


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Please move the chronicle fishing discussion, to the chronicle fishing thread.

I already provided a link, so you know where to go.


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Careful.

What you are asking, can be considered Chronicle fishing.

See how the community sees it, here.


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When making a Long Jump, using the Acrobatics skill, how do you determine the maximum height reached during the Jump?


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How was anything I said "bullying" again?

That, just seems like a personal attack, in an effort to dismiss my comments.

EDIT: Actually, you seem to do that, even in response to others disagreeing with you. Just "b-b-b-but BBT is a doody head bully!", even when you are responding to someone else entirely.


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The only humanoid race to develop a nonverbal means of communication, is a Chaotic Evil race.


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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Does a buckler occupy wallstreet?

Metaphorical, or actual Wallstreet?


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Holy crap, a Klar Mindblade!


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Needs more Grease spell.


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What you imagine, is actually a specific Barbarian archetype.

The Wild Rager.

That's the foaming mouth, blind, murderous rage, that might even have you attack your friends, that you seem to confuse with Rage/Bloodrage.

You realize you can be a Lawful Good Bloodrager?

You can even have levels in Paladin.

Go ahead. Tell the Paladin he can't deal nonlethal.


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It's been mentioned.


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If altering one's grip, or changing how they make their attack is something that cannot be done in Rage/Bloodrage, then there is a huge problem.


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Okay, let's get a baseline, of what you believe constitutes "concentration", in regards to the restrictions of Rage/Bloodrage.

Which of the following actions in combat, do you believe, fall into this category?:

1) Aid another.

2) Drink a potion or apply an oil.

3) Light a torch with a tindertwig.

4) Stabilize a dying ally using the Heal skill.

5) Load a crossbow.

6) Open or close a door.

7) Withdraw.

8) Deliver coup de grace.

9) Perform a Combat maneuver.

10) Use the Combat Expertise feat.

11) Use the Total Defense Action.

12) Deliver Precision Damage.

13) Use a Command Word activated Magic Item.

14) Ready an Action.

15) Use the Weapon Versatility feat.


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You are suggesting that combat feats, traits, and abilities, are unavailable to use, in a combat focused state, granted by a combat focused class.

That's pretty big.

Would you allow the Bludgeoner feat to function?


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It's not concentration.

Don't be that guy.


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Can you imagine the kind-hearted NG PC, not wanting to murder someone, but the DM basically says "Nope. Murder only" followed by a "I noted that your character may need an alignment shift"?

You really want to be that DM?

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