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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Society Member. 2,188 posts (2,189 including aliases). 8 reviews. No lists. 1 wishlist. 7 Pathfinder Society characters. 4 aliases.


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Awesome. So this race is essentially good to go then. Thanks for the assist everyone.

And at the suggestion of the person I'm making this for, she suggested that Low Common be swapped with Undercommon. I'll do that as well.

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Nyaa wrote:
Is there snow in Aldencross? It's not mentioned anywhere, but it's Watch Wall during November and December.

Not in his initial notes. The country is basically like the US, or Golarion. The South is temperate all year round with pretty much no snow ever, while the North is essentially a frozen wasteland. Only certain areas actually have actual snow, while the other areas might have low temperatures, or no temperature changes at all.

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So, would the Deathless Spirit ability of the aasimar be what it would best be swapped with?

Deathless Spirit:
Particularly strong-willed aasimars possess celestial spirits capable of resisting the powers of death. They gain resistance 5 against negative energy damage. They do not lose hit points when they gain a negative level, and they gain a +2 racial bonus on saving throws against death effects, energy drain, negative energy, and spells or spell-like abilities of the necromancy school. This racial trait replaces celestial resistance.

Or, would it better fit that the first sentence is ignored (gain resist 5 negative energy), as well as the "do not lose hp", and just go with everything after "+2 racial bonus"?

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Just thought of this today, and thought I'd add it to the thread. It goes with Gary's suggestion that if someone's playing a PC that's resistant to fire, then they'd use acid instead of fire to brand them with an "F". And if that didn't work, then you'd tattoo them. That got me thinking. Being burned at the stake, even at first level, would take forever. Your basic fire does 1d6 of burn damage. This might be a bonfire, but that's still only about 2d6. Then I remembered something from the Highlander: End Game movie (yes, it's a bad movie). Gun powder. The priest put explosive powder around Conner's mother's neck. This way when the heat got to a certain point, it'd ignite the powder, essentially killing her instantly.

I'm adding this for three reasons:
1) If you've got a gunslinger in the party, there's the powder for their starting gun.
2) It's a spell component for arcane casters, and for alchemists. It makes sense that the warden would have it on hand. If there's a arcane caster or alchemist in the party, they can make use of this. Even a divine caster could likely find use of it.
3) This damage is not negated or reduced by fire resistance. They've probably executed a few tieflings and infernal priests in their day, and have learned over time what works. They're not going to want to sit there for 5+ hours stoking the fire until the creature's dead. That just takes way too long.

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Diodric wrote:
When I did my conversions I made Fel Energy into Negative Energy.

That makes some sense.

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So I've got a new player that loves WoW, and currently has a draenei priest. She'd like to convert it over to Pathfinder and make a draenei cleric. No problem with that, minus a slight one.

Just before the 2nd Edition Warcraft book lost its licensing, I was in talks with one of the authors and managed to get a beta playtest of the race, and the racial class. Most of it won't be hard to convert (ie. spirit is wisdom, so that's easy), but the languages and the bonus vs. fel energy I don't know what do with.

• +2 racial bonus on saving throws against fel energy spells. The Draenei have attuned their bodies to be almost immune to the demonic energies that have plagued their brethren.
• Automatic Languages: Common and Eredun. Unlike other races, knowledge of Eredun causes no Spirit damage, and does not force the draenei's alignment to change. Bonus Languages: Darnassian, Low Common, and Orcish. The Draenei use to live in harmony with the orcs and have learned the orcs language, as well as the lesser languages of the universe. They also learn the language of their closest allies, the night elves.

I've looked up "fel energy". It reads as "corrupted arcane magic" that's usually cast by demons. To me, that seems similar to the "vile" damage from the days of 3.5's Book of Vile Darkness. I was thinking that either you get a +2 vs. spells with the [evil] descriptor, or just a straight up +2 bonus vs. arcane spells and spell likes. Something along the lines of what the 3.5 Hexblade had.

As for the languages, I'll remove "low common", and change orcish to just orc. Darnassian is the night elf language, so change that to standard elven. Eredun is the language of the demons, so technically that means I should go abyssal. I was thinking of maybe adding infernal to the bonus languages as well, just to cover both bases.

What would you do?

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I'm sure I'm just misreading this, but could you elaborate on the Flint and Steel ability?

How I'm reading it this:
1) You are always carrying a metal weapon and a flint (as a dagger), so essentially have two-weapon fighting on the character or you can't make proper use of it.
2) The sneak attack damage is fire damage instead of precision damage.
3) When denied Dex/flanking, the goblin requires a standard action to activate the fire damage sneak attack and light the creature on fire. And this damage does not include the flint or other weapon damage?

Yeah, not sure I get how this works. Are you only ever able to take standard actions for fire sneak attack to work? Or is it a normal sneak attack and they take fire damage on every attack? If the latter, what's the point of using the standard action if "whether ignited or damage normally" they make the same Ref DC? I would think it'd be better to stab them because the DC would higher for the "damage dealt" total.

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I know that this is for the print version, but I couldn't find the pdf one. I just had a question about the new pyromancer spell "Blazing Ray". It says it's evocation [fire] but in the description it says it does 1d6 COLD damage. Is that a typo?

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Aelryinth wrote:
Kevin, my point on the Healing Reserve is in response to the poster above who lets Healing Reserve heal ALL HP.

Ah, fair enough.

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Aelryinth wrote:

The Healing Reserve Feat will heal 9 hp a round at high levels. That's 90 hp/minute. They aren't going to be burning much time at all. It's better then a CLW wand.

You may as well give everyone 1 hp/round regen, and use the 'takes time' argument. It's the SAME THING. Only the cleric isn't being forced to shoulder the burden of healing.

I believe PC's should want to heal to full between encounters. I also believe they should burn resources to use so, i.e. move HP from wand to person.


Except regen and a CLW wand maxes you out. The Healing Reserve Feat stops at 50% healed. Unless the person you're healing has 180 hp, you're not spending a minute healing that one person, but rather getting the party to half.

With regards to wands and healing in general, I hate it when you're in desperate need of healing, and you continually rolling 1's. Yes, it happens. Believe me, I've been there. Even had the cleric change dice, and begged the DM to let us roll instead of him because it was too painful. So for me, when I run games, you re-roll all 1's. The lowest you can get is 2 hp back. A friend of mine took it one step further. Instead of healing 1d8 per level of cure, you do 2d4. This way you don't need to re-roll. His players mostly use dice generators so it doesn't take as long to do.

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Because 3.5/PF doesn't have healing surges, I actually like the idea of reserve points. It's not the greatest, but it gives you back a few hp based on how long you rest between encounters. This can also help the 15 minute day as the healer's not needing to channel as much. And the nice thing for the GM is that it's a double-edged sword. Sure the players can heal, but if they take CON damage, it comes off both pools, and comes off their hp twice if the reserve pool is empty. So if the players are constantly relying on it instead of actual healing, it could get pretty dicey.

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Personally I'd boost it to 3/4. At high levels the fact that you can heal up to half hp is all but useless. What good is being healed to 150 hp when you max at 300? The wizard is going to want more than 30 of his 60 hp.

If you're looking to combat the 15 minute day, I'd suggest looking at the recharge magic rules of 3.5 D&D as inspiration.

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Gerald wrote:
You all are much more confident that I that we will ever see a completed project. I think Gary has done about all he is going to do on this project. Really hope I'm wrong.

Mike won't let him be done, if for no other reason he at least wants to keep his reputation intact. Mike's been pestering him to do updates, and doing all the art he's commissioned, but that's about all he's been capable of so far.

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One thing that I'm really looking forward to, if Gary still ends up doing it, is a "other races" option. We know the standard dwarf and drow path, but he had mentioned that it was possible to put in other races as well, hence the darkvision trait. He did mention kobolds that would try to usurp their drow oppressors. I was thinking about it tonight while going through the various race books that Kobold Press has been releasing, and I was thinking that the lesser derro would be an interesting idea. They're a messed up version of the dwarves, but they would fit in just fine. Duergar are also an obvious choice. Probably some not so obvious choices would be fetchlings, goblins, oread, ratfolk, and dhampirs. And that's just from official Paizo. That doesn't include creatures like the squole and obitu form Alluria Publishing. Then of course there's the high goblins and umbral kobolds from Jon Brazer.

Just a thought.

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Alzrius wrote:
kevin_video wrote:
How's the Sisters of Rapture: Beauties & Beasts coming along? I did a Google search today and couldn't find anything as of yet.
It's currently stalled, though not cancelled.

Good to know.

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How's the Sisters of Rapture: Beauties & Beasts coming along? I did a Google search today and couldn't find anything as of yet.

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For those GMs who truly want to be a real bane to your players, I present the false phylactery trap, courtesy of Adventure-A-Week.

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For those looking for more than just your standard dwarven classes, Necromancers of the Northwest have come up with a few archetypes just for this race.

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Appreciate the link.

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Got a brand new player that's looking to get involved with PFS after having played a D&D game since 2nd Edition. He bought the core book, but he's not sure how involved he wants to be quite yet, which I told him was perfectly alright. Showed him the Organized Play 6.0, and imagine our surprise when I couldn't find the free WE for character traits at as listed in the pdf.

Page 9 of Organized Play 6.0 says:
Complete trait rules can be found in the Advanced Player's Guide or online in the free Character Traits Web Enhancement at

Using the link, it just took me to the main page. Thankfully, I happened to download it a long time ago and found it on my external, but that's a bit problematic for other new players.

Was this a hiccup caused by the last maintenance? Is there a new link that should be added to the Organized Play?

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Pnakotus Detsujin wrote:
kevin_video wrote:
Pnakotus Detsujin wrote:
On that regard, since i'm mastering a Mythic Way of the Wicked, my assassins shall be none else that the dread halatula host depicted in Book of Vile Darkness, with a few modifications (less HD)
I think you mean hamatula. What page is that on? I couldn't find a reference to it. I saw the spark hunters.
Yes, i mean those. You can find those after Asmoudes stats, as servants, i think. Sure, as written they don't go well, but is the concept that should terrorize the players

They'd work well enough, if you're referring to the spark hunters. Just change the mortal hunter PrC to the new slayer hybrid class and that should be sufficient.

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Pnakotus Detsujin wrote:
On that regard, since i'm mastering a Mythic Way of the Wicked, my assassins shall be none else that the dread halatula host depicted in Book of Vile Darkness, with a few modifications (less HD)

I think you mean hamatula. What page is that on? I couldn't find a reference to it. I saw the spark hunters.

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Speaking of suggestions, I've got one as well.
When Thorn first sends out wave after wave of bearded devils, wouldn't he start to get the picture that maybe, just maybe, they don't cut it compared to the PCs? I mean, he knows their power. Wouldn't he want to maybe send something more frightening after them?

I present, the Mercenary Devil.
It's 3.5, but it's still worthwhile. I made a few changes to make it closer to the Pathfinder monster rules.
1) Change d8 HD to d10, and add 1 HD, making it 14.
2) Remove the track feat, and give it the ranger's track ability instead.
3) It says 6d6 sneak attack, but at 13 HD it should have been 7d6.
4) Give it the Critical Focus, Improved Critical (two-bladed sword), and Iron Will.
5) Will save is now slow progression.
6) The AC is too high for a CR 13. Reduce by 4. If you want to keep it, add in an amulet of natural armor +4 to the treasure.

Mercenary devils enjoy being paid with living beings more than gold. Thorn could make it that anyone knocked unconscious can be its reward.

If you feel the feats should be different, let me know. I'm debating on the Critical Focus one. Part of me thinks it should have been Rapid Reload, but the tactics are to fire both shots at its opponents, then move into melee. Makes sense to have it as-is.

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Jeremy Hart 363 wrote:

Fixed that for you.

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carborundum wrote:

Oh, I did...between that and the saves for Kilkiletz' breath weaponand a negative energy burst, I rolled seven ones in about 18 rolls last night. Open on the table too :-)

Spooky eh?

I think you and your d20 deserve this pic.

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carborundum wrote:

Well, my group have given Captain Odenkirk and crew a special bonus in recognition of their good work.

** spoiler omitted **

That is probably the best write-up I've seen for the captain in a long time. Granted, I probably would have given him a Sense Motive check, but still. Good job.

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Teiidae wrote:
Have they stopped printing the books? I hope not, I really want to get them all.

They haven't stopped. They're just on hold right now.

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carborundum wrote:

Did you guys give your players the Gazetteer (or parts of it) from part 1?

Is there a players Gazetteer of Talingarde or has anyone made one?

There originally wasn't one, but Gary put a "Common Knowledge: Talingarde" write up in Book 7.

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There were templates back in 3.5 that allowed you to add 2-4 extra arms to a golem for a relatively decent cost. Looking over the modifying constructs rules, I don't see anything about adding more limbs. What if I want a centaur flesh golem? How about a spider stone golem? A two-headed iron golem? What's the new cost? Do they gain new abilities (trample, two breath weapons, multiple attacks) like their original versions? Where can I find Pathfinder specific rules for this?

If it's just a simple "you missed it here" or "you didn't quite read far enough", then that's cool too. Quick apologies if I did, but still grateful for having them pointed out. If they don't exist at all, then that's unfortunate.

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Tim, sent you an email.

Sent it earlier in the week. You said we could, and I feel that before I go ahead with anyone I might want to send for #14 that I should know where I went wrong with the #13 submissions.

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Michael Eshleman wrote:
Negative Zer0 wrote:


Is there a reverse of this?
Each scenario followed by all the maps it uses.

Done. It is on the second tab, Maps by Scenario.

I see the second tap named that, but when I click on it, it's just filled with blanks. ???

EDIT: Nevermind. Just took forever to load.

You have my deepest gratitude.

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Negative Zer0 wrote:

Is there a reverse of this?

Each scenario followed by all the maps it uses.

That's actually what I was originally looking for. What we have is a good close second.

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The list is very much appreciated.

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Nefreet wrote:

Sure? Every scenario has a listed map used, but I'm not aware if all of them are flip mats are not.

I'm not too well versed in the matters of PFS. I just show up, and starting next week I'll be GMing too.

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We have a list of adventures that can be made into a campaign using certain scenarios in a particular order, so I was wondering if there was a list of maps that are used in PFS for those of us who want to make the pdf or hardcopy purchases.

The best version would be the scenarios and the maps that go alongside them, as opposed to just a listing of the maps by themselves.

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Appreciate the list. No longer have to sit on the edge of my seat and stress.

Congrats to those who got in.

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Got this message back, and was posted on the KS:

I'm sorry that I neglected to reply to you previously. The simple fact is that I don't know why Gary is so delayed with the writing so I don't know what to tell people other than what they already know from Gary's updates. I continue to receive art assignments and have been doing artwork for the remaining books all the way up to Book Six. My role in the company is mainly just as the visual artist, as Gary's employee, and I don't have any control over Gary's pace of writing or handling other business matters. I'm not holding things up - the delays seem to be in the writing area. If there are specific reasons for these delays it is up to him to tell people what they are - because I don't know those reasons.

Best regards,
- Michael Clarke

I figured it wasn't fair to ask Mike all the hard questions. Can't answer what you don't know. The joys of the employee rank.

This comes down to, again, Gary's communication, and us wishing he'd be straight with us on whatever's going on. Probably too late to ask if he needs a freelancer on this. Maybe the interns he had didn't work out.

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Yeah, I don't suppose it'd be very professional to send a bulk e-mail saying you didn't make the cut. Still, it's nice to know either way. It's a bit of a stressful wait.

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Timitius wrote:

Finally selected our final article choices for #13. Looks like we have 50-51 articles kept for this issue, plus 2 more articles to fill the 3 pages (so far) in the PDF version, due to the reviews on the product page!

Keep those reviews coming, and we'll keep adding on pages to the PDF!

When articles are picked, how do the writers find out? Is everyone contacted with a "congrats you're in" or "sorry, please try again"? Or you only find out if there's something that needs editing on the article?

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@Endzeitgeist -- It's exactly as you said. I agree 100%. I honestly hope neither one of us is proven wrong on us getting what we paid for, and I hope whatever's going on will pass.

I too got the same impression of Gary through PMs, e-mails, and chats on the forum. Heck, it was because of him that I started to do freelancing. He saw the work I was doing to add to his Way of the Wicked AP, and praised what I had done over the e-mails we exchanged. So for me, if any of the accusations ever became a reality, it'd probably hurt me more than most other people, and I really want to believe in him. I just wish that his communication skills were better. He agreed in the last update that the delays and the lack of updates was inexcusable. Yes, they are, but if you tell us what's really going on, it likely won't be. At least not nearly as much.

I'll be happy if Book 3 comes out next week.

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@Itchy -- Agreed. Any updates would be fine. I was hoping he'd learned his lesson during the creature cards KS after everyone got mad at him for that, and he said he'd do better in the future. Guess not.

@ladydragona -- It's definitely wrecked his rep. So many people on his KS, and here on the boards, not to mention his FB page, have stated on numerous occasions that they will never support another KS of his. That they will wait until they see the product on the shelf, or in the pdf store, before even remotely considering picking it up. If he and Mike decide to continue, they'll have to use pseudonyms in place of their real names, and come up with a different company name.

@Endzeitgeist -- When this first happened, him and his wife were going on an anniversary trip to Africa. It was after that, that he suddenly became super silent. On his artist, Mike, would respond to e-mails. I too believe that something happened to him personally, and while I don't want the details or pry, it would be nice to know what's going on. At the very least it'd stop all the accusations about how he took the money and ran.
Something big had to have happened because he even lost the Ogre contract, which got taken up by Steve Jackson Games.

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What's in the box? wrote:
This looks really cool :) Does the damage of the melee attack already take into account the 1/2 damage to corporeal creatures or does that get factored in separately?

It's already factored in. I was looking at some other incorporeal elementals from 3.0 and 3.5, and it didn't factor it in so the damage die was twice as big. Remembering the half damage after you've dealt it is too much math for me to take into consideration as a DM, hence why it's lower damage die than what you probably would see in other builds. The shadow elementals from WotC had the damage at 6d6+ cold and higher, as well as the touches doing damage by themselves.

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A 2e adventure I found has a darkness elemental near the final boss encounter, and of course it's not already converted. I'm very new to doing this kind of thing, but was given a few pointers by Sean Reynolds on how to properly read the Monster Creation table, but it's still an art form to accurately build them for a standard party to fight.

So, here's my take on it. Let me know what you guys think.
Note that I've only done the elder version right now because that's currently what I'm requiring for the adventure.

Original version can be found here.

Darkness Elemental:
Elder Negative Energy Elemental
CR 12
XP 19,200
NE Huge outsider (elemental, extraplanar, incorporeal)
Init +14; Senses blindsight 60 ft., darkvision 60 ft.; Perception +20
AC 27, touch 27, flat-footed 16 (+10 Dex, +1 dodge, +8 deflection, -2 size)
hp 161 (17d10+68)
Fort +11, Ref +20, Will +10
DR 10/—; Immune cold, elemental traits
Weaknesses light sensitivity, vulnerablity to positive energy
Speed fly 60 ft. (perfect)
Melee 2 incorporeal touches +25 (2d8 plus 4d8 cold plus blindness)
Space 15 ft.; Reach 15 ft.
Special Attacks blinding shadow, shadow mastery
Spell-Like Abilities (CL 8th; concentration +16)
3/day—deeper darkness
Str —, Dex 31, Con 18, Int 10, Wis 11, Cha 27
Base Atk +17; CMB +25; CMD 46
Feats Cleave, Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Flyby Attack, Great Fortitude, Improved Initiative, Mobility, Power Attack, Spring Attack
Skills Acrobatics +30, Bluff +20, Fly +30, Knowledge (planes) +20, Perception +20, Stealth +22
SQ death throes, hide in plain sight
Blinding Shadow (Su): A successful hit also allows the darkness elemental to blind its target by wrapping it in its own shadow unless a Fort save (DC 22) is successful. This blindness can be removed only by casting a remove blindness or heal spell, or by exposing the victim to full sunlight.
Death Throes (Su): If the darkness elemental is killed, it explodes in a flash of swirling negative energy that affects all within a 50-foot radius. Living creatures within the area take 8d8 points of negative energy damage (Reflex DC 22 for half). Negative energy-based creatures and undead gain hit points equal to the amount of damage the death throes would have otherwise dealt (see Negative Energy Attacks regarding temporary hit points and doubling hit points). The save DC is Constitution-based.
Shadow Mastery (Ex): A darkness elemental gains a +1 bonus on attack rolls and damage rolls if both it and its foe are in an area of darkness or shadowy illumination. While in an area of bright light (such as sunlight or that caused by a daylight spell), shadow elementals take a -4 penalty on attack rolls and damage rolls.

Summoned by elder priests of dark gods, darkness elementals are creatures of pure negative life energy, the distilled spirit of undeath, decay, and the night. They can be summoned only at midnight or deep underground, and few stay for more than a single night.

Environment Plane of Negative Energy, Plane of Shadow
Organization solitary, pair
Treasure none

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I am too, I suppose, but knowing the why would help me sleep better at night.

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Zach Scheeler wrote:
Yeah, pretty underwhelming update. No mention this time of the physical books 1 and 2 which are due to be shipped in 3 days by his last update. Time for him to turn this over to a more reputable publisher to finish what he started ala Razor Coast.

It's more than likely he couldn't afford to hand it over to someone else.

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Another update with more pretty pictures, and another "soon" release date.

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stormcrow27 wrote:
And most likely, Asmodeus would probably command the anti-paladin there to kill Thorne anyway as the direct agent. Whether the graveknights would follow his lead is another story. An interesting solution for the players is to convince the anti-paladin to help defeat Thorn by claiming it is Asmodeus's will that Thorne fall. He may far more loyal to Thorn then Grigori, but good enough roleplaying should deserve a chance then just a straight Diplomacy roll.

At the very least, the players should gain a massive bonus modifier to Diplomacy if they can prove their argument (cleric, antipaladin, inquisitor, etc being granted "High" title). At least enough to negate the "hostile" or even "unfriendly" penalty.

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stormcrow27 wrote:
I prefer to look at it this way. Asmodeus is checking whether Thorn or the Knot are the souls most worthy to take up the mantle of his crusade against Talingarde. Otherwise, Asmodeus would just pull his support from Thorn completely and he would be a 18th level cleric lich with no spellcasting ability. The Knot would run over him or Grigori would engineer his defeat and then take over the plan or negotiate with the Knot as they arrived.

True, but if he pulled his support, Thorn just wouldn't be able to replenish his spells, he wouldn't lose what he already had memorized. That being said, I can see your point. The battle would amuse Asmodeus.

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stormcrow27 wrote:
Greater Planar Ally, Planar Ally, and Lesser Planar Ally are calling spells. Those bring the real deal to help you out for a minute, a day, or a week per level. Thus those devils can use their summon powers without any restriction.

There's still kind of an issue with that, but I suppose the argument could be made that there are still devils 100% loyal or bound to Thorn. It's only questionable because of previous plot chnage with the contract devil and pit fiend.

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