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Dame Ellender Boonbunny Buckbramble Wood, Lance Corporal of the Eagle Knights has made 12th level this past weekend. (sniff--time for the over 12 folder for Harvey and Elle-sniff)

Qadira **

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I usually use gold for the restorations. 8 prestige is worth more than 2000 gold to me, if you have it, anyway

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Jessamine has set up Dawn's Edge lodge near Omash in Qadira (conveniently near the border with Taldor, btw, for any persecuted adherents of Sarenrae who might wish to seek sanctuary....)

I believe her friend Diya has set up somewhere near the border of Geb...and her friend Renshalla is in the Mwangi expanse.

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John Compton wrote:
teribithia9 wrote:
UndeadMitch wrote:
Say, any idea when Wardens of the Reborn Forge will get sanctioned? Back when Carrion Crown got sanctioned we were told it should be out by the end of January, and here it is almost March and nothing. I'm just curious, I've been dying to run ths...
Wondering this, too...hoping it's still going to be sanctioned--that something hasn't changed? I'm almost done running Dragon's Demand for the group and looking forward to getting to play one. :)

In examining my schedule earlier this year, it was determined that I needed to push toward some very tight deadlines and prioritize those before sanctioning. I'm still working on some sanctioning projects off-the-clock, and they're not off my radar; however, I do request patience on the module front. At this time I do not have a date for Wardens of the Reborn Forge.

Oh, and I know the quoted section doesn't ask this, but yes, I believe we will sanction the Mummy's Mask Adventure Path. I'll have more information once I give the first volume a closer look.

Thank you for taking the time to reply, John. Happy to hear it's still in the works, even if the eta's a ways out. :)

Thanks for all the cool things you've worked so hard on implementing this year--we appreciate you!

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UndeadMitch wrote:
Say, any idea when Wardens of the Reborn Forge will get sanctioned? Back when Carrion Crown got sanctioned we were told it should be out by the end of January, and here it is almost March and nothing. I'm just curious, I've been dying to run ths...

Wondering this, too...hoping it's still going to be sanctioned--that something hasn't changed? I'm almost done running Dragon's Demand for the group and looking forward to getting to play one. :)

Qadira **

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Should I be logging a case to customer service about not being able to download the boon? A few other people have mentioned they can't, as well, so I was waiting to hear from staff as to what's going on. But if there's nothing wrong with the boon and it's something with our accounts?

Qadira **

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When I try to download it, I get this? "The requested URL was not found on this server, or you do not have permission to access this area. "

Qadira **

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King of Storval Stairs--though this is for later than first level.
I would have to second Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment as a very enjoyable but tough scenario.

Qadira **

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I haven't used any of mine, but have run into a couple of scenarios for which I might do so. I am, as others have said, saving them for something cool. If they still refreshed yearly, I'd be much more likely to use one to replay just to make a table. As it stands, that's unlikely in the extreme.

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Netopalis wrote:
DM Beckett wrote:
Netopalis wrote:
I am confused by all of the people wanting to limit replay from GM stars. If replay hasn't posed a problem, why limit it?

Well, from where we are now, it's actually expanding it, and removing limits, not increasing them.

In the above example of a 3 Star GM

Now they have: 3 Replays period (no renew)
vs
the idea I had: 3 Replays for each Season (no renew)

Right, I'm aware. However, I have yet to hear anybody explain to me why somebody who has GMmed over 100 games is too immature to replay four scenarios per year without metagaming. I hear a lot of vague uncertainties, but...shouldn't we trust our GMs more than that?

I personally do and hope they change it back to refreshing every year. I think it's a really nice perk for people who are giving back to the pathfinder society community. Although the bonus to your re-rolls certainly is nice, as well!

Qadira **

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yeah it doesn't look like a response is forthcoming on this unfortunately

Qadira **

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henwy wrote:

I'm still ridiculously new to PFS, but it seems like a bad idea to me to allow all stars to automatically refresh each year. Maybe I'm just worried that it'll cause a decline in GM quality more people flood in with the goal of just a numerical advantage. Of course, having it never refresh also makes it a sort of worthless boon since most people will never use them, saving them up for a rainy day that for most will probably never come. I really think the right answer has already been offered, a refresh with a hook/requirement requiring people to GM a certain number of scenarios over the past year for their replays to refresh. It should be incredibly simple to add something which not only counts your total tables of credit but how many you've accumulated since the last Gencon. I'd hope the added advantage of this is it helps keep GMs more active as well.

I'm not understanding how requiring a certain number of scenarios per year to refresh stars does away with your concerns about "people flooding in with the goal of just a numerical advantage". Assuming there are people that are GM'ing for the sole purpose of getting a replay (which I haven't seen to be the case in our area, but postulate it's true) your solution would seem to encourage MORE quantity over quality rather than less since all you're requiring to get the refresh is that a person run more games?

Qadira **

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yep. he's right, though. we do need an answer.

Qadira **

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I love the boons from Dragon's Demand. Not only do they hold true to the flavor of the module, some of them are just incredibly useful, as well. I really hope we continue to see more of those style in the future.

Qadira **

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Paz wrote:
Joe M. wrote:
Take heart! It is not as you fear:
You need to download the latest version of the Guide; the version you have is out of date. The replays don't reset.

Well, that sucks. Really wrecks my plans to replay Eyes of the Ten when the friend we've waited two years to get to 12 actually gets there. at least I found out before I spent my stars, though, I guess. Hope they think seriously about changing it back to resetting each year.

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nagaji paladin/oracle of lore (level 9)
kitsune fighter/natural weapons ranger (level 6)
dhampir undead lord cleric who became a bard/oracle of lore (and is still a little annoyed about it because she lost her best friend) level 5

I haven't made the others yet...am thinking about an ifrit swashbuckler or an ifrit oracle of fire/elemental fire sorceror....not sure what to do with the others I have.

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John Compton wrote:
Wardens of the Reborn Forge does not contain any mythic content, and the plan is to sanction it early in 2014. With holidays approaching, it's unlikely to be sanctioned before then. Carrion Crown is also on its way.

Thanks, John!

Qadira

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I'm running it (dragon's demand) in campaign mode for pfs credit and my group is having a blast. I hope they're sanctioning this in campaign mode as well, because I've already planned the character I want to play...

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any idea when/if wardens of the reborn forge will be added?

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+1 to jalmeray and hermea

Qadira

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I like C.
I like the current scaling weapon damage (it makes the class much more appealing if your favored weapon is a dagger) and I don't really want to have to remember if I crit that my normal weapon damage die is a d6 but when I crit instead of rolling 2d6 I have to roll a d6 and a d4...know it seems silly but that's just the sort of thing to trip me up at a convention when I haven't slept for three days.... ;)

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RJGrady wrote:

The druid list grants magic fang and greater magic fang, which boost the animal companion, with the idea that the animal companion may be doing most of the attacking, and the druid will be in wildshape.

Hunter is supposed to share in the attacking and has no wildshape. What does Hunter get?

Any of a myriad of the boosts from the animal focus ability, free teamwork feats, and an animal companion that shares the free teamwork feats so that you don't have to try to convince your friends to make characters who have tw feats, too, just to be able to use yours? I personally love this class.

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ChainsawSam wrote:
teribithia9 wrote:
Captain K. wrote:

It's too powerful.

It's better than the Paladin. This ain't right.

It has 6th level spells so it will always be better than the Paladin in most ways, but don't make it better at fighting than us good guys.

A Warpriest of Iomedae is probably a better warrior than a Paladin of Iomadae. This isn't right.

It doesn't get smite.

You just can't beat smite.
You can beat it quite easily against anything that isn't evil.

The warpriest also isn't immune to fear, isn't immune to charm, isn't immune to disease and doesn't get to add charisma to all saves. The warpriest also doesn't have full BAB on any weapon he/she picks up, or d10 hit dice. My point is that just getting the fervor ability doesn't make the warpriest better than the paladin. It just makes the warpriest much better as a class. They're two different, but fairly equal classes.

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Usual Suspect wrote:
I have to ask this; is there a reason that more Teamwork feats have been added? Hunter just don't seem to be the class that should be using Teamwork feats. I really think that they should be tossed from this class all together.

I believe the whole point of this class is that it's a class that works in concert with its animal companion. Teamwork feats are central to the concept of the class.

Qadira

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Captain K. wrote:

It's too powerful.

It's better than the Paladin. This ain't right.

It has 6th level spells so it will always be better than the Paladin in most ways, but don't make it better at fighting than us good guys.

A Warpriest of Iomedae is probably a better warrior than a Paladin of Iomadae. This isn't right.

It doesn't get smite.

You just can't beat smite.

Qadira

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Thanks, Sean. I'm really excited about this class!

Qadira

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DarkOne the Drow wrote:

Under Animal Focus can someone clarify this statement for me:

The hunter can use this ability for 1 minute per day per hunter level. These minutes need to be consecutive, but the ability must be spent in 1-minute increments.

I not sure what this means regarding "consecutive".

Also feel the spell level limit is slightly weak, maybe increase the spell levels, or make casting spells spontaneously.

I really hope we get an answer on this question. I like this class a lot and wanted to build one for a PFS character, but having to use all of your animal focus minutes at once is a drag and in PFS we'd have to go by the letter of what the document says, now, rather than what we think was intended.

Qadira

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cartmanbeck wrote:
Jason Bulmahn wrote:

This thread is for discussing the REVISED version of the Warpriest. It should be used as a central location for feedback on the class as a whole. Discussion on specific topics and rules should receive their own individual thread in this forum.

Once you have had a chance to playtest the revised version, please be sure to update your survey results, which can be found HERE

Keep it civil and polite folks. Remember we are all here to make this book the best it can be.

Jason Bulmahn
Lead Designer

**OFFICIAL UPATES**

The following updates apply to the warpriest.

- The warpriest gains proficiency with his deity's favored weapon. (Because the Lead Designer is a dummy who spaced on putting that in there... again)

1. Given that Favor is mechanically the same as Lay on Hands, with the addition of being able to use it to enhance your weapon, should it count as Lay on Hands for things like the Blessed Touch trait, which increases healing by channel, lay on hands, and cure spells by 1?

2. Should Fervor have a save associated with it? I could see it not having one, since you have to make a touch attack to use it offensively, but perhaps you meant for there to be a save?

3. I am REALLY loving this class now, and can't wait to try it out in PFS!

I do hope they add language to say that fervor class feature counts as lay on hands for the purposes of traits, feats, etc. like they did with panache and grit. There are many lay on hands feats that would benefit a warpriest.

Qadira

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TheLoneCleric wrote:

Mmmm. Much better. But a few stand out issues:

1. Fervor - Replace times per day from needing Charisma to Wisdom to remove MAD.

2. Fervor - Undead get NO saves? Wow, that is going to make some Paladin's very jealous. Especially when Warpriests of Irori run around exploding Vampires with their fists.

3. Put something specifically saying that feat requirements use the War Priest's character level for bonus feast tied to sacred weapons.

That's about it. Otherwise, it's golden.

Actually, undead don't get saves against a paladin's lay on hands when they use it as a touch attack, either, so no real jealous feelings there...

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I really like the new sacred weapon ability. The part about using your warpriest level as your BAB for sacred weapons and the new level dependent damage die regardless of weapon type really helps this class be more effective as a holy champion. I actually may want to play one now, where before the class just made me sad. Thank you!

Qadira

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I thought that the sticky at the top of the original posting for the hunter class indicated this class had been changed to d10 hit dice but it looks like the revised class has only the d8 hit dice again. Is this intentional because of the other changes or a typo?

Edit: also
+1 on the question about animal focus. Should it say need not be consecutive? Otherwise, that's a fairly frustrating power.

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Lithrac wrote:
I'll use this opportunity to say that I love this scenario! I'm GMing it right now on these boards, and I think it could be the best introduction ever to PFS. Making it repeatable is just the cherry on top.

+1 I've prepped it to run on New Year's and really am looking forward to doing so. I love the way it can be different each time it's played. It's also great to see an intro scenario that actually expects and rewards you for acting like good pathfinders.

Qadira **

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yeah, I canned my nature oracle of Erastil concept all together when they announced this-which was a shame, she was going to be fun.

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Sorry to see Kyle and Nani are stepping down, but congrats to the new VOs on their promotions. Hope to see you all soon. :)

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I'm no one official, but I'm pretty sure the answer is no, you can't retroactively change your items to adamantine. And that you should just let your next GM know about your honest mistake (I would've made the same one) and pay the difference in gold on your next chronicle with a note as to what the payment's for.

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Skaldi the Tallest wrote:
Name Violation wrote:
also ring of revelation (and the armor that does the same thing) add +1 if you have the revelation (BOTH make this a 19th level companion at 8)

I can't actually find any support for this in the rules. Do you have a quote from a rulebook or faq?

If Name Violation is just sitting back and letting folks do their thing and stepping up if it's called for, good on him. We've folks out my way that tend to do the same thing.

We also have folks out my way that brag about completing a scenario while the rest of the party didn't do anything, so I'm growing wary of folks that bend the rules a bit too far.

It doesn't. It adds one additional use per day, not levels.

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While I'm grateful to know there's yet another class I can get access to a bear in (and thus the owlbear that's still floating on my nebulous as yet unplayed character), I have to say it saddens me that there seem to be so many people on the message boards these days who can't just accept a really nice, mostly flavor boon as just that--but instead feel that they have to twist the numbers on that boon so hard they nearly break in order to turn it into something "worthwhile". I just hope the paizo team doesn't stop giving us the cool flavor boons because of it.

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Aaron Mayhew wrote:
Ohhhh right right I forgot the Beast Rider gets that special caveat of making medium animals large so they can be ridden. My bad.

Sorry-responded before I saw this. MY bad! ;)

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Aaron Mayhew wrote:
teribithia9 wrote:
Beastrider Cavalier can get a bear, but only if you're a medium sized character and not until 7th level: "In addition, a 7th-level or higher Medium beast rider can select any creature whose natural size is Large or Huge, provided that creature is normally available as a Medium-sized animal companion at 7th level (like a bear). "

Actually, you'd have to be small to get a bear companion as a cavalier. Bear's start small and advance to medium at 4th level.

Other classes that gets easy access to bear companions is the Mad Dog Barbarian Archtype and Clerics and Inquisitors with the animal domain.

Nope-- please read the quote from the archetype. Medium beast riders can take any creature whose natural size is large or huge (like a bear) but that is usually available as a medium sized animal companion and then advance it to large. Bear is specifically called out as an example of this in the text: "In addition, a 7th-level or higher Medium beast rider can select any creature whose natural size is Large or Huge, provided that creature is normally available as a Medium-sized animal companion at 7th level (like a bear). "

A small beast rider couldn't have the owlbear, because small beast riders don't gain access to bears as mounts.

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Adam Mogyorodi wrote:
Anyone who can ride a medium creature can, although an exotic saddle is required. Only classes that could get a bear companion initially can get the owlbear though. No paladins, cavaliers, or rangers.

Beastmaster Ranger can get a bear.

Beastrider Cavalier can get a bear, but only if you're a medium sized character and not until 7th level: "In addition, a 7th-level or higher Medium beast rider can select any creature whose natural size is Large or Huge, provided that creature is normally available as a Medium-sized animal companion at 7th level (like a bear). "

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Geoffrey Griffith wrote:
While I'm a bit sad people feel less connected to their faction I LOVE that now every conversation with an NPC no longer devolves into "Now MY PC asks about HIS faction mission." - "Nope, your princess is also in another castle."

Yes, this.

Thanks. :)

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Shifty wrote:
But what story opportunity does he really bring to the table in scenario based play where the only real person at the table who might know who/what it is happens to be you?

Most of the time this wouldn't be the case given the people and places I normally roleplay with/at. Character backstories and flavor tend to come out, even if only a little bit, and are part of the game.

That said--everyone has a right to their own opinion and to play their game their own way. I just wanted the author of the scenario and the paizo staff to be aware that there were people who found value in this particular scenarion and chronicle--done.

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I love the new ability to play through a module in campaign mode with home rules and then apply credit to a pathfinder society character. I already have a 3.5 City of the Spider Queen home campaign going, so my friends and I have been hesitant to start another long term Adventure Path at the moment. The new format and campaign mode allowance has allowed me to start a shorter home campaign (so eventually I'll get to play, too)where all of my friends, both the ones who play organized play and the ones who avoid it like the plague, can just relax and have fun together. Everyone will get reported--those who want to apply it to a character in PFS will and those who don't want to play PFS will just put away the chronicle sheet, but everyone goes away happy. We've had two sessions so far and everyone seems to be having a lot of fun. Thanks for this new type of play opportunity, John!

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MrSin wrote:
teribithia9 wrote:
I personally think Gamin is pretty cool. If you're on the power gamer end of things, I can understand how this might be a weapon you wouldn't want to purchase. However, if you're more into the roleplaying side of things, you could build an awesome backstory for a character around why you choose to wield Gamin instead of a more "effective" weapon. I haven't had the opportunity to play the scenario, but had a blast running it. I really wouldn't mind seeing more things like this in the future, myself...
Its not really a Roleplayer vs. Rollplayer thing, that infers you can't be both. It really is a pretty big dent in your WBL for an item you may never use outside of a cool prop, and choosing to shoot yourself in the foot is almost always a terrible option to make. Its awesome but impractical imo, completely unrelated to roleplaying.(at least at the lower levels were 7k isn't a drop in the bucket.)

It's a big dent, yes, but that doesn't make Gamin useless. There are some people (obviously, me included) who think the flavor is nice enough to build a character around it. I have at least one character that I didn't build around it that would also be more than happy with Gamin and make good use of him in play if she had access. I just wanted to put in my two cents on this--I want paizo to know that while there are plenty of people out there who'll think Gamin is useless, there are also plenty who think the scenario was great and jump at the chance to take Gamin for the story opportunities he brings, regardless of whether he's ever fixable or upgradeable. Not everyone considers something like this useless.

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The Morphling wrote:
redward wrote:
The Morphling wrote:
redward wrote:
The Morphling wrote:
I want OFFICIAL clarification on this.

Here you go:

John Compton wrote:
Acquiring Gamin in the long-term requires purchasing him from the Chronicle sheet as per normal.

THANK you.

I wish it was free. It's a weak, weak weapon, sadly. It's cool but it's not... well... useful. It's a -1 sword, essentially, that grants a permanent guidance. And it's expensive as balls. My one character who would desperately love it... wouldn't benefit at all from using it. :(

A Halfling with the Isger Fixer Trait can ignore the broken condition for 24 hours.

Not useful for existing characters, obviously.

It's still over 13k gold for a +1 weapon with perma-guidance and nothing else going for it. Less useless, maybe.

The price on my chronicle says 7015, not 13k.

I personally think Gamin is pretty cool. If you're on the power gamer end of things, I can understand how this might be a weapon you wouldn't want to purchase. However, if you're more into the roleplaying side of things, you could build an awesome backstory for a character around why you choose to wield Gamin instead of a more "effective" weapon. I haven't had the opportunity to play the scenario, but had a blast running it. I really wouldn't mind seeing more things like this in the future, myself...

This sounded much better the first three times I typed this message, but my laptop keeps deleting the text-argh!

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You don't get Gamin for free. You have to pay for him.

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Yep. The only time you don't get a day job check now is when you GM. Day Jobs are made in modules, now, too.

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way to go, Dan!

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Congratulations--very, very well deserved. :)

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CRobledo wrote:
My PFS Lavode De'Morcaine wrote:
teribithia9 wrote:
... the module that's coming out at the end of this month (hoping they continue to sanction them in the new campaign mode way) is for levels 12-16, so that might work for your characters?
Sounds perfect! Do you know what it is going to be called?

Wardens of the Reborn Forge

But it's more towards end of this year, it got delayed a few times.

Didn't know about the delay...sorry.

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