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Shadow Lodge

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Does the Zombie created by the Occultist's Necromantic Servant still get his bonus hp from Toughness or does his feat get suppressed and it only gains half the Occultists hp?

Any official references would be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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Has their ever been any official word on how to price known cursed items with things like intermittent function and dependent function? I'm looking into it as a way to potentially give out items at reduced prices and add more thematic mechanics to items but want to see if any metrics have been dropped before I start.

Shadow Lodge

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I'm in the middle of building a dwarven occultist NPC for my home game and I'm wondering what are some good feat choices? Right now I'm thinking on taking weapon focus with her primary weapon and power attack but I'm wondering if their are any other feats that more directly benefit the occultist's unique mechanics. If anyone has any ideas let me know.

If it helps she's a greatsword wielder with abjuration, divination, and necromancy as her 3 implement schools thus far.

Shadow Lodge

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Are Occultists supposed to have summon monster on their spell list? As it stands they don't appear to but their resonant power seems to be aimed at aiding in things like Summoning. Any information or links to discussions or errata would be greatly appreciate.

Shadow Lodge

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Something I was mulling over while looking at the services section of Ultimate Equipment but how much would it cost to get a channel energy from a town cleric and how would they offer their channeling services to the public?

My assumption is that it would be relatively cheap considering the expense to them is minimal and since it can effect multiple targets is often offered at certain times of day and involves participants paying to get a slot during that healing and said cleric channeling to heal them all at once. This allows them to help and collect tithes from the most people and prevent them from running out of channels when people line up outside the local church to have wounds mended.

But what do you guys think? Have you ever had this question come up in your game and if so how did you solve it, do you have a payment metric already laid out? I'm interested to see what people have gotten.

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If a character is carrying enough gear to be in a medium load and is not proficient in medium armor do those penalties apply to his attack rolls as well just as if he was wearing medium armor?

Shadow Lodge

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I'm in the process of building some NPCs for my home campaign as commoner conscripts and I'm looking for ideas on what to buy with the money you get for a commoner at this level. Currently I've got their basic weapons, armor, a clw pot, tanglefoot bags, bolts, and some home gear to help with their firing power and at the end I'm sitting on about 59 gp. So what should I get next? I'm trying to not go over that but I'm having trouble thinking of anything that isn't doubling up on stuff I already have and feels like something a general would feel comfortable giving to commoner conscripts.

I'm also looking for a good trait to throw on them that would help them with ranged combat, sniping, or something aimed at ranged combat.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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So this gets bandied about at my home table a lot and I felt like it should probably get brought here for overview and to see if it would help anyone else.

So I know for me and my tables the damages listed for blunderbusses and shotguns always felt off. Why is it that a 12 gauge shotgun is somehow less deadly than a musket at point blank range or hell even a greatsword if it's critting? Hell why is it that if I want a good Scatter weapon that a pistol sized scatter weapon is somehow better than ALL the other scatter options and has double the crit multiplier?

Well for our home games we've started working with this until we see some other change from Paizo.

Blunderbuss', Shotguns, and Double Barrel Shotguns all have a crit multiplier of x5

Scatter: In addition to all other abilities a scatter weapon may be loaded with improvised ammunition instead of pellets (nails, debris, etc) and fired as normal. Firing improvised ammunition increases the misfire chance by 1, reduces the damage size by 1, and reduces crit multiplier by 2.

So read it through people and tell me what you think.

Shadow Lodge

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Any way we could get Linguistics added to the base skills list for the Vigilante? It feels like something all vigilantes specialties would have a reason to be good at (knowing many languages, cracking codes, forging documents) and it seems odd that they wouldn't have it.

Shadow Lodge

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Do spells like Hold Person and Charm Person work on Monstrous Humanoids or are they only affected by spells with the Monster tag like Hold Monster or Charm Monster?

links and page numbers would be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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So far I'm loving the concept of the vigilante but I gotta say I'm a little disappointed we don't have a swashbuckler like option. Any way we can get something that grants us panache and other swashbuckler like abilities so we can build something like Zorro or the Scarlet Pimpernel? Or even as some options in one of the other builds like say the Avenger?

Shadow Lodge

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Is there any way we could have these abilities offered as standard or reduced options for normal characters who are not Vigilantes? For example Nothing Can Stop Me is a really cool power but feels like something I should be able to attempt with any character from barbarian to desperate wizard, not something that is relegated to just one type of Vigilante. I mean I can totally see a barbarian attempting to charge someone through a closed door and smashing it down as they move as something that they would learn. This same thought process goes for Expose Weakness which is an amazing ability and really offers a lot of utility to the combat maneuver, especially to martial characters.

Maybe we can get something like this.

Nothing Can Stop Me: While the avenger vigilante is moving, he can make one free attack against each unattended object that is in the way of his path, such as a door, table, or other obstacle. If his attack deals
enough damage to destroy the object, he can continue to move without interrupting his action. If he doesn’t deal enough damage, his move ends. This attack doesn’t count against his attacks this round, and is made as part of his move. If his attack inadvertently targets a creature (such as
a mimic), it automatically misses and his move ends.

Normal: a character may only make one attack against a single unattended object that is in the way of his path.

This way it opens the option up for other classes that would also feasibly use it while keeping it interesting for avengers who can smash out the window, kick down the door, slice the statue in half, and blow through the barricade all in one move if they can pull off all the rolls.

As for Expose Weakness is there any chance we will get a weaker version of this added to the normal Dirty Trick rules? Something like...

Normal:You may perform a Dirty Trick maneuver to reduce an opponents hardness or DR by 2. The PC must announce whether they are trying to reduce hardness or DR and what kind of DR before the attempt is made. Attempts against DR or Hardness that the target does not have automatically fail.

Beyond that though very cool!

Shadow Lodge

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So a few quick questions about creatures with racial HD.

1. If a creature has racial HD does it collect experience and progress along its racial HD track the same way as a 0 HD creature does to level?

2. If a creature with racial HD wants to pick up its first level in a class does it need to collect xp and if so does it treat it's level it like multiclassing for determining the amount of xp it needs to gain in order to collect said level? I.e. if say a glacial toad wants to take a level in fighter does it have to earn 51,000 xp to do it?

Any help would be greatly appreciated along with page references or links to rules sources.

Shadow Lodge

Welcome to the discussion page for the The Burying Season one shot. Here you can feel free to ask me out of game questions, check some game resources, vocab and formatting stuff, etc. I'm going to start by listing some reference material and formatting below.

This is an image of what a lot of the free standing buildings that exist around here are likely to look like. Most of the people in Upperborough live in large tents with permanent buildings usually being something for things like shops, temples, or the periodic residence for those who need or prefer something more settled.

If you are writing in a language that isn't common make sure to put it behind a spoiler tag with a spoiler that indicates what one might need to read it.

i.e.

In halfling:
Man I want some coffee

or

Orc gibberish:
WAAAGGGHHH!

The environment of the surrounding area is akin to the American great plains in terms of environment and the American Southwest. So think rolling open plains alongside rough badlands. Any more info would be obtainable through the use of Knowledge (geography) in game if you are interested.

Make sure to check out the world wiki starting Here. After that punch in the frontier tag in the search bar on obsidian portal and it should help fill in a lot of gaps.

The Imperium: the massive nation that the frontiersmen owe fealty to. They have a base south of here where one of their legions operates. They maintain the roads and defend the farming villages around the town of Lowerborough. Think NCR from Fallout New Vegas

Frontiersmen: The rough and tumble farmsteaders of the region, Frontiersmen are the descendants of Imperials (often of the Octavian, Calvan, and Anastasian lands) who migrated here once the land was opened to settling by the Imperium. Though descended from Imperial citizens they have developed into their own unique culture and both see each other as separate people now.

Nomads: The native people of this land the Nomads have lived here since time immemorial. They roam the lands on foot and horseback surviving off the lands as few others can. Their relationship with the Imperials and Frontiersmen is often tense as these new groups move into their traditional lands and set up shop forcing them to relocate. That being said they do have a level of respect for each other as many Nomad clans fought side by side with Imperial Legions during the Orc wars over 2 centuries ago. Though nomads include humans it also encompasses other races like feralfolk, orcs, nomad born half-orcs, halflings, hobgoblins, goblins, and Ironborn.

New languages:

Slivic: the language of the nomads. Sounds like Navajo or Apache.

Saradaga: Known as The Sun Language Saradaga is the language of the people of the city of Jaddah Yafif. It has roots in Draconic, Igan, and their own primitive proto-language. It sounds arabic.

Shadow Lodge

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So I was messing around with charge looking for more ways to entice players to use the maneuver especially as you scale up in levels and had a few ideas I wanted to run by people and see what they thought.

Option 1: A creature gets half their attacks rounded up whenever they charge, increasing the AC penalty by 2 for each additional attack.

Option 2: When taking a charge a creature may make as many attacks as they are able, receiving a cumulative -2 penalty for each attack they make at the end of the charge.

People feel free to chime in and let me know what you think, do you like them, do you hate them, what feels weird, and what are some of the potential exploits that might come about. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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So I have to ask is the value of raw cold iron compared to its weight a misprint or are cold iron weapons plated with cold iron like silver? As it stands with the current values for cold iron and assuming that cold iron weapons are solid cold iron something like a cold iron heavy mace goes from a being worth 24 gp to 400 gp when melted back down into cold iron nuggets. So is it misvalued and needs to be something more like silver by weight or is it a plating item like alchemical silver?

Shadow Lodge

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If I throw someone with a bullrush into a wall do they take damage and if they do does the wall as well? And can that break the wall altogether and send people through it and continue the bullrush?

Like if I bulrush someone into a rotting wall can it break the wall and have him continue on?

Shadow Lodge

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Okay so apparently one can kneel in combat to gain bonuses while firing a ranged weapon but does anyone know what action this is to enter, does it provoke an AoO to enter, does it provoke to leave, what action is it to leave a kneel?

Any help would be greatly appreciated as well as official sources for the information.

Shadow Lodge

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When calculating the health of magically enhanced armor do you factor the enhancement bonus to armor into the equation when you multiply to determine its health or not?

For example if I had a suit of +1 padded would it have 15 HP (1*5+10) or 20 HP (2*5+10)?

Shadow Lodge

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So a couple of questions while working on a monster that I kind of need answered.

1.) If a creature has multiple attacks (like claw, claw, bite) and has the grab special ability, hits on the first attack, confirms the grapple, and still has those other attacks? Do they go off or do they lose them?

2.) If a creature has multiple attacks with grab, the rake ability, and hits with said first attack and grabs does it get those rakes on top of the other attacks? Like say a lion pounces someone and lands the bite and grab does he get both his claw attacks and both his rakes?

3.) Does Rending Claws work on claw attacks performed in a grapple?

4.) If I use my claws to sunder and I have Rending Claws does Rending Claws activate and apply to the sunder?

Any help greatly appreciated especially if there are links to official answers or page numbers that might have the answer.

Shadow Lodge

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So as the title says I'm looking to build a giant army ant solider for a dungeon I'm working on and am trying to gauge the CR.

If I give it improved natural attack (bite) as a bonus feat, increase it's crit range on said bite to say 19-20/x3, and give it the advanced template is that enough to increase its CR by 2?

Shadow Lodge

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The title is pretty self explanatory but what is the hardness of dragon hide? Ultimate equipment doesn't list it and I don't know if it has gotten an errata.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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The title is pretty self explanatory but if a character is blinded do they lose their Dexterity bonus to reflex saves as well as to AC? It would seem weird that a character who can't see cannot react to a massive greatsword but would somehow know where to leap to escape a grenades explosion.

Shadow Lodge

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Can you take improved natural attack for a specific natural attack gained through a class ability?

For example if I have a bloodrager with the dragon bloodline can he take improved natural attack for the claws he gains from his bloodrage?

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So I'm working on a reverse demon cult for my home game that is meant to fill a lot of the same roles as a demon cult (secretive fringe group of social deviants that worship a powerful supernatural entity) but within a race that already has a propensity for worshiping evil deities. So think of like an angel cult in a drow clan or a group or a wild azata hobgoblins.

For this one I'm trying to work on a mystery cult for Orc society that is focused on everything Orcs aren't. Think peace, community, and femininity with a slant towards law. The problem is I don't know of any printed Empyreal Lords that really fit all 4 of those marks off hand but I've come here to ask if anyone here knows of any Empyreal Lords that fit the bill.

Shadow Lodge

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To elaborate, say a guard is tagged by the tanglefoot bags of 4 thieves trying to immobilize him and unfortunately for him he's fails all his reflex saves. Now what happens? Does he have to individually break out of each of these bags, do they each have their own hp or does it stack, do each of them have their own timer until they break down or have some form of stacking?

If anyone has any official answers to this either in the books or from the devs would be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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Can ranger traps marked with an asterisk be used separately or only when combined with other traps?

This debate has been raging with one of my players for a while now and I'm looking for any solid answer. Links or page references that help back this up would be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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To elaborate on this a little I'm building 4 gods into my home game meant to be the rulers and representatives of the 4 elemental forces of Air, Earth, Fire, and Water and I'm hitting a bit of a snag with with a few things. First is domains, I've got a few for each but I'm having trouble really sinking some of the final options that feel right and really make them shine. Second is weapons for a few of them as I'm trying to find something that feels right with both their aesthetic and that of the culture of the region.

So I'm going to throw some of my notes up here to give everyone the idea of what I'm aiming for with each and see what happens from their.

Final note: The setting is very plains indians, american great plains themed and should show up in these gods who they would worship.

The Inferno:
: The living fire of all creation, The Inferno appears on earth after Water runs off with Air and gets lost in the sky giving him room to scream across the plains without water to stop him. Inferno is known as a God of rebirth, seduction, curiosity, and flame for though she comes and lights the plains ablaze in her wake she seeds the lands soil and brings bounty with her. It is believed that with her fire comes rebirth.

Current Domains: Charm, Fire, Healing,
Potentials: Strength and Glory (but looking for more interesting ones)
Favored Weapon: Shortbow

Rumbling Mountain:
: One of the oldest thing in all the Plains he and Water existed in the time when man and beast were just dreams and gods and monsters roamed the plains alone. With Water's help and his knowledge they created the greatest sights one could ever see (oceans, mountains, rivers, etc.). During this time he also makes flowers and plants for her as his gift, something pretty and powerful but stable like himself. This continued until she leaves and gets lost in the sky with Air, leaving the Inferno to come in and cause havoc while she is away. He's basically the patron of Stone, Memory, and Solitude right now but I can't think of much else.

Current Domains: Earth, Knowledge
Potentials: Plant, Strength
Favored weapon: not sure but I like something simplistic, blunt, and powerful like a greatclub or Gunstock warclub

Lady of the Rains:
: The other original elemental of the world The Lady Rain is the great creator and shaper of pretty much all the great landmarks of the world along with her partner Rumbling Mountain. In the time before time she and he sculpted oceans, rivers, lakes, waterfalls, and even the snow capped peaks together with he having this great strength and material while she had the true gift of creation. Their greatest success was when they come together and create life as Rumble tries to create these greater beings than the plants he'd grown and comes up short with her she grants his creations life and motion, giving their iron hearts water to pump and turning it to red blood. She eventually begins to travel with the Elemental lord known as The Great Gale but together they get lost in the sky, unable to come down for half a year but so marvelous is this experience that she goes back every year to look upon everything the world has and the creations it carries.

Current Domains: Artifice, Water, Weather
Potentials: Travel
Favored Weapon: Taiha

The Great Gale:
: The wind on the breeze, The Great Gale is all of the great ambitions of the sky. The Great Gale traveled through space and saw all that was made and being made and wept with both joy and sorrow for he saw so much but could not be seen in turn. So while he travels he learns the magics of all that is and the words to use them in hopes that he could impress upon magic the same great works the gods and beings of the time before man create. When he gets to the frontier he begins to start writing his stories into everything he sees, his story are wind etched canyons and the slithering ripples in the desert dunes. He is the force that teaches language to man as they travel and start to learn how to read his cuts in the earth. For him Tornadoes are his quills which he uses to cut his words into the earth itself. Eventually though The Great Gale meets The Lady of Rains and he convinces her to come away with him into the clouds where she can see all the things he would write into the earth. Unfortunately once she gets there again they both find out that she becomes like a ghost like he is and they both get lost in the sky.

Current Domains: Air, Magic, Rune, Travel, Trickery
Potential domains: I actually am pretty cool with his but I'll take suggestions
Favored Weapon: No clue but I kind of like something like a Boomerang, with some of the holy weapons of his producing these great tornadoes that cut runes into the earth

So remember a lot of this is a first pass but I'm down to hear any thoughts people might have. Remember these are supposed to be First Nation style religious choices so I'm also trying to avoid a lot of favored weapons that fall under that spread if I can. Hope to hear people's ideas soon.

Shadow Lodge

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To further elaborate has paizo mentioned whether or not the chainsaw from the technology guide does anything as a weapon should it run out of power or is it now effectively a just a very heavy paper weight?

Shadow Lodge

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So I'm working on some prestige awards for a faction based around the plains indians of the western united states.

Currently I'm working on a title award called Brave. It's a title with the prerequisites of 10 Fame and 3 Prestige and will start to segway into some of the larger titles including Warchief, Grand chief, and a few other options I'm still working on.

The problem is that I cannot think of a good boon for the actual boon. I want something that feels like it goes with the brave theme but is a bit more interesting than just gaining a new class skill. So does anyone have any good ideas?

Shadow Lodge

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Okay does the bonus Int damage that alchemists get for bombs come from the Bomb class ability or the Throw Anything ability? If the latter does that mean that they lose this bonus if they trade that ability away with an archetype?

Any references, dev quotes, or references would be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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Has anyone put together any expansions to the caravan system like new wagons, caravan feats, equipment, or general rules expansions beyond what is presented in the players guide or the trade routes book produced by LPJ? I have started producing my own stuff expanding on the system but I was wondering if anyone else was in the process of expanding the system as well.

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So I was wanting to start this thread earlier but with apparent site maintenance I've had to wait till now.

Anyways I was wondering if anyone has ever thought about how common diseases are in a pathfinder world like golarion or their own? Which ones do you think are the most common, which ones do you think are the most feared/have the most historical impact?

As it stands we all know that diseases and infection are one of the biggest factors in much of human history and as it stands we have a metaphoric ton of them statted out and ready to use in any pf game but we barely know anything about them including symptoms. So if anyone is interested in chatting about some of the diseases and sort of figuring parts of this out I welcome you here, I'd love to see what you have.

Shadow Lodge

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To elaborate on the title I was working on the pantheon for my home game and realized that I didn't have a religion for the nomads (1st nation peoples of the land) that had the Glory domain which felt an egregious oversight. As it stands though I'm having trouble actually putting the rest of the deity and his religion beyond a few key points. So with that in mind I'm turning to you paizo forum for a little aid putting this together. I'm including my current notes below and I'm interested to see what people come up with to help bring this guy together.

Alignment: Nonevil
Domains: Glory, Travel
Favored Weapon: gunstock warclub or tomahawk
Sacred Animal: Horse
Sacred Colors: Brown, White

I know I'm picturing this as a god that really appeals to these nomad plains peoples in general and to warrior braves in particular who exalt his glory aspect as a way to prove their skill. I'm also sure he's not evil and I'm thinking good but I'm not sure where he will fall on the Law-Chaos scale. Also remember that as a demigod he only gets 4 domains total.

With that I'm open and I'm ready to hear any suggestions you guys might have.

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Okay so I'm doing my prep for Temple tonight and I'm reviewing the Heresy points system and this question arouse. If a player collects a lot of heresy points (like say all of them) do they have to reroll for each point they have collected or just once and the amount doesn't matter? Anyone know of an answer to this one way or another?

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Can a GM roll for the weather in the scenario they are running and use those results during the game? I know it's not something we usually think about but is that something that is considered within my purview as a GM at a PFS table?

Shadow Lodge

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If the lorekeeper cleric ability is used on a robot and its user doesn't have the Technologist feat do they get the pertinent information or does the lack of the Technologist feat block him from getting his information?

Shadow Lodge

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So I'm in the midst of building a slew of prep casters with spell books and a few spontaneous arcane casters and it is killing me. Knocking out a prep casting NPC even in low to mid levels (think 3-10) is such a pain in the ass to do well and quickly. So I'm wondering if anyone has any tips or tricks for building casters quickly in particular wizards, witches, alchemists, and sorcerers. What are good quick feats to help out, solid gear choices, and how you figure out how you allot spell selection as they level?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I really need to get a way to knock these guys out quickly.

Shadow Lodge

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The title's pretty self explanatory but to elaborate does anyone know of a template for undead creatures that are say, conceived of in tar or tar pits? Basically rotting undead infused with necromantic tar that makes them sticky and cling to their victims?

Any help would be greatly appreciated and I don't mind 3rd party sources.

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The title is pretty self explanatory but to elaborate what is the hardest thing you've seen your party have to do at the table, what are the toughest decisions they've had to make, and how did it all turn out in the end?

Shadow Lodge

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So I'm working on a Derro savant for a random encounter and I'm trying to figure out good sorcerer bloodlines for it that are thematically appropriate.

Right now I'm thinking aberrant, destined, and the 3rd party bloodlines Vril or ooze. Can anyone think of any others that seem like a good fit? If at all possible sticking to stuff from paizo would be greatly appreciated.

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I was just looking over the shaman spell list presented in the ACG and it appears that somehow after 2 beta iterations the shaman still doesn't have access to spiritual ally even though it has feats that seem to reference it having that ability. Is this a typo that got overlooked and has since been errata'd in or is the shaman not supposed to have that ability?

Shadow Lodge

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Has anyone here seen The Quest yet on ABC yet? It's basically a live action pathfinder game with really high production values and I was wondering if anyone else has been enjoying it as well. I'm not usually a fan of reality competition but this one had really held my attention.

So anyone else been enjoying the show?

Shadow Lodge

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I'm working on a swashbuckling Mwangi prince from deep within the expanse and I'm trying to figure out a good trait to fit that thematically. Right now he has reactionary to match his years of rigorous training in morningstar stick fighting and his furious assault but I can't think of/find a good one to match the rest of the build. Anyone have any good ideas?

Shadow Lodge

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Are natural slam attacks considered to be an attack that can only be carried out with a particular limb like a claw attack or is it more like improved unarmed strike and assumed to be a hit from any particular limb that is available?

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If I am playing a race like human or tengu which gets all languages can I get them through my bonus languages or do I have to spend linguistics points?

A link or pg reference to back up whatever people know would also be greatly appreciated.

Shadow Lodge

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The investigator is listed as getting an inspiration pool equal to 1/2 lvl + Int (min 1). Is that min 1 in reference to the level mod or total number?

For example if I have a 1st level Investigator with a 15 Int do I have a poll of 3 or 2?

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If I apply GM credit to a tiefling character I have who is at 0 xp but he is too high of level to benefit from it yet will he still be protected from becoming illegal come August 13th?

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I know that humans get the ethnic language of the region they are from but does that mean other races do as well? Like if I am a Half orc from the land of the Linnorm kingdoms do I get Ulfen for free or if I'm a Tengu from their home country in Tian Xia to I get Tian for free?

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Basically the question above, I've been playing or con GM'ing pfs now for about 4 years now but I've never thought to ask. I assume the answer is yes but if their is an official ruling one way or the other it would be greatly appreciated to know now.

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