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Wayfinder #7 (PFRPG)

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Created for fans by fans, this issue of the Wayfinder fanzine delves into the regions first introduced in Year 1 of Pathfinder! New content featuring additional information about Darkmoon Vale, Korvosa, and Varisia and points between will give you new material for any game set in the "wild west" of Golarion! This free fanzine includes dozens of articles, including original fiction, new monsters, adventures, maps, treasure, poetry—this is just a small portion of what awaits you!

Contributing Authors: Thomas Baumbach, John “John Benbo” Bennett, Morgan “Oceanshieldwolf” Boehringer, Clinton J. Boomer, Dylan “SteelDraco” Brooks, Jess “Lunalynx PFC” Carson, James B. Cline, Will Cooper, Ryan Costello, Jr., Sarah “Ambrosia Slaad” Counts, Paris E. Crenshaw III, Rich “Rebis Ouroboros” Crotty, Ewan “Otyugh Overlord” Cummins, Matt “Ashe Ravenheart” Drozdowski, Robert “Snorter” Feather, Dawn “Dark Sasha” Fischer, Guy “ulgulanoth” Fox, Caleb T. Gordan, Robert “malikjoker” Gresham, Wojciech “Drejk” Gruchala, Eric “Boxhead” Hindley, Scott “Curaigh” Janke, Michael “Ask a Shoanti” Kortes, Michael “michaelane” Lane, Thomas “Kilrex” LeBlanc, Jeff “Shadowborn” Lee, Gary McBride, Will “Cheapy” McCardell, Kevin Andrew Murphy, Dustin James Nelson, Joseph “Delthos” Prozinski, Matt “Enderrin” Rupprecht, Joseph “Guy Humual” Scott, Liz “HerosBackpack” Smith, Neil Spicer, Russ Taylor, and Margherita “Bardess” Tramontano

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Guy Humual,

Apologies. I have another question. I should have read the text more closely the first time. I am coding up the dataset for use in the character generator that I use, and am confused by the:

Bardic Performance:At 4th level, a fili adds her fili level -3 to her bard level to determine her effective bard level for the purpose of bardic performance. This includes the number of rounds per day she can use her bardic performance and the bardic performances she can create. For example, a bard 2/druid 4/fili 4 has an effective bard level of 6. She can use her bardic performance a number of rounds equal to 16 + her Charisma modifier. She gains new bardic performances as a 6th level bard (of her archetype, if any). When a new fili level is gained and her effective bardic level increases to 7, she can start a bardic performance as a move action instead of a standard action, just like a 7th level bard.

The first line is "Fili level -3", but the example is "Fili level" (bard 2 + fili 4 = bard 6). Which is correct please?

-- david
Papa.DRB

Taldor

Papa-DRB wrote:

Guy Humual,

Apologies. I have another question. I should have read the text more closely the first time. I am coding up the dataset for use in the character generator that I use, and am confused by the:

Bardic Performance:At 4th level, for the purpose of bardic performance. This includes the number of rounds per day she can use her bardic performance and the bardic performances she can create. For example, a [b]. She can use her bardic performance a number of rounds equal to 16 + her Charisma modifier. She gains new bardic performances as a 6th level bard (of her archetype, if any). When a new fili level is gained and her effective bardic level increases to 7, she can start a bardic performance as a move action instead of a standard action, just like a 7th level bard.

The first line is "Fili level -3", but the example is "Fili level" (bard 2 + fili 4 = bard 6). Which is correct please?

-- david
Papa.DRB

This is an ghost from a previous edit making it's way into print. "A fili adds her fili level -3 to her bard level to determine her effective bard level" is the correct wording here and "a bard 2/druid 4/fili 4 has an effective bard level of 6" is a ghost that was meant to be edited out. I spotted the error and passed it along to Ryan but somehow it made it into print. I felt full bardic music along with full spell progression would have made the class too powerful but I felt the class needed access to bardic music as it's the defining aspect of the bard. The -3 is the compromise that I came up with (much like a paladin's old turn undead ability). In that example the Fili should have an effective bard level of 3 for determining bardic music.

When I downloaded the PDF it was the second thing I spotted. The first being the artwork :)


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Guy Humual wrote:
This is an ghost from a previous edit making it's way into print. "A fili adds her fili level -3 to her bard level to determine her effective bard level" is the correct wording here and "a bard 2/druid 4/fili 4 has an effective bard level of 6" is a ghost that was meant to be edited out. I spotted the error and passed it along to Ryan but somehow it made it into print. I felt full bardic music along with full spell progression would have made the class too powerful but I felt the class needed access to bardic music as it's the defining aspect of the bard. The -3 is the compromise that I came up with (much like a paladin's old turn undead ability). In that example the Fili should have an effective bard level of 3 for determining bardic music.

As a DM, I completely understand the need for the -3, and that is actually the way I coded it into the character generator since it seemed the best way.

But as a Player, I must say *rats*. hehe,

-- david
Papa.DRB

ps. Thanks for the clarification.

Taldor PaizoCon Founder, Wayfinder Editor-in-Chief

Snorter wrote:
Guy Humual wrote:
Do you think it's likely that the wayfinder will be bundled with our pathfinder subscription again and do you think it's likely to be mailed out next month?
Timitius wrote:
Guy, the plan is to have that happen. I'll get on that this week, so that they'll go into the next-ish shipment.

I believe I have a parcel ready to go, that can still be altered.

Would it be possible to slip Chris Leaper's copy in there? (artist on page 69)
I know he doesn't have a subscription, and he lives 5 minutes from me (one street down from my old house!).

I'll make a note of that, Robert!

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@Dark_Mistress, and anyone else interested.

Here is the full list of spells known by Melissa (the witch from page 16). In my original thinking, she has the following spells stored in her familiar. These were recreated from memory because I couldn't find the notebook I was using back in April (it's in storage somewhere), so if anything doesn't make sense, that's why! Her patron grants spells as per the deception theme.

Level 0: All

Level 1: cause fear, charm person, cure light wounds, diagnose disease, enlarge person, reduce person, sleep, summon monster I, ventriloquism

Level 2: cure moderate wounds, hold person, invisibility, scare, steal voice

Cheers, Will


@Rumbleroar- thanks for the review! I hope the goblin items wreak havoc in as many games as possible, to be honest. I'm glad you liked the goblin-y prose? I love that Scary-Horse-Face-Mask art too.

@Kevin Andrew Murphy- I'm thrilled to have inspired somebody with your creativity. Run with it and let me know how it goes!

Remember folks, many of the people working on this would love to hear your thoughts...


Eric "Boxhead" Hindley wrote:
Remember folks, many of the people working on this would love to hear your thoughts...

I think virtually EVERYONE who works on this would love feedback.

Gary McBride
Fire Mountain Games

Taldor

That was a great review by Rumbleroar! Incredible feedback! Thank you so much.

Andoran

Rumbleroar's review wrote:
Of Magic and Mettle: I really like the idea of a spontaneous magus, and was rather surprised that wasn't the default option. This works well to fill those shoes. The Extemporaneous Metamagic arcana seems a bit unclear - do you get additional metamagic options with one choice of this ability as you level up, one at +1, another at +2, and another at +3? The "At 6th level..." stuff could be read either way. Also, should the +3 option be available at 6th level? 6th level is listed twice, for both +2 and +3 metamagic feats. Also, can you use the Spell Reserves ability to prepare a spell with a metamagic feat? I'd assume so, but the language is just for magus arcana that duplicate a metamagic feat. (Oh - does that use the 1/day limit of those arcana, or does it not count?)

A typo snuck in during the editing process:

Extemporaneous Metamagic (Su) wrote:
At 6th level, a magus that selects this arcana can choose a single metamagic feat that uses a spell slot up to two levels higher than the spell's actual level, such as Persistent Spell or Sickening Spell. At 12th level, a magus that selects this arcana can choose a single metamagic feat that uses a spell slot up to three levels higher than the spell's actual level, such as Widen Spell or Dazing Spell.

The extemporaneous metamagic arcana was intended to alleviate the need to create a unique metamagic arcana for every metamagic feat. Each time a magus takes the extemporaneous metamagic arcana, he selects a different metamagic feat to replicate (similar to taking Weapon Focus more than once, and each time it applies to a different weapon).

If any standard or archetype magus took extemporaneous metamagic (Enlarge Spell) as his arcana, he would be able to cast one spell per day as if it was modified by the Enlarge Spell metamagic feat, just like as if he was using the still magic arcana to replicate the effect of the Still Magic metamagic feat. The first enlarged magus spell that he casts that day -- lets say magic missile -- expends the normal spell slot level (in this case, a 1st level slot).

If an extempresario magus took the extemporaneous metamagic (Enlarge Spell) arcana, the first enlarged magus spell that he casts that day -- again, magic missile -- expends the normal spell slot level. If he wishes to cast an enlarged magic missile (or other spell he knows) later that day, he can use spell reserves to prepare it as a swift action by spending the normal 1 arcane pool point (for a 1st level spell) plus 1 point for enlarging it and 1 point for adding one metamagic effect, expending a total of 3 arcane pool points. He can now cast this reserve spell using a normal standard action. He can repeatedly prepare and cast enlarged spells this way as long as he has sufficient points remaining in his arcane pool.

Hope that clears it up, and thanks for the review (and catching that typo). :)


@Rumbleroar

The internal dialogue in "The Jinx" was originally formatted in italics so as to appear different from normal conversation. It appears to have been removed during editing and layout, not sure why.


If anyone has contact with Remi 'Rammbolt' Thoresen, please let him know that I loved the illustration he did for my story.

Andoran

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Card Game, Pawns, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

Rumbleroar, thank you very much for taking the time to comment on every article in the magazine, especially since the feedback was so constructive.

I'm sorry that my story, "Hollow Hearts" didn't resonate with you, but I still learned some things from your comments and will apply them to my future work.

With respect to the quote at the beginning, I agree that using quotes from the real world can be jarring. However, I thought that the text was appropriate because it was a rather poetic way of describing what early surgeons were expected to do, and it would have been wrong to simply attribute it to a fictional character in Golarion.

The quote fit the story because, physically, it is what the killer was trying to do when committing the crimes that occured "off stage." It is also what must happen in order for the characters to be healed, emotionally.


@Timitius - I thanked my collaborator and the artist (in the Wayfinder #7 submissions thread), but I forgot to thank you and the Wayfinder team! Mea culpa! Thanks so much for publishing my first article (I've got some other stuff accepted with a 3PP but it ain't out yet!) I too am blown away by the content of this free magazine!

@Rumbleroar: Thank you for your kind words on the Bonewitch archetype. I agree with others here, feedback is awesome, even critical reviews.

Cheliax

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Since feedback was asked for, here is some of the stuff that stood out to me that I would like to see more of. Keep in mind I have not even touched the fiction yet. Haven't had time to read any of that.

Lure of Greed - is a nice add on to RotRL AP.
The goblin magic items - where funny, especially the flavor text.
The Hag and the Seeker - mostly cause Melissa fits in as a great NPC to act as a bit of a mentor to the PC witch in the group and as a contact for the PC's.
Defying Logic and Fate - the two domains where ok Some of the feats where very interesting.
Burdens of Power - I found it a mixed bag, two I really liked and two new curses I was kinda meh on.
Dracochymist - cute and a friend of mine loves it. He is playing a kobold alchemist in another campaign.
Bonewitch - I thought this was pretty cool and would like to see more archetypes for witches but I am partial to them.
Choppers Isle - was pretty cool and like Lure of Greed is a nice little side trek for RotRL AP.
Ruling Rannick - was a nice addition, since taking the fort over has been very popular with PC's. Though I would have liked to have seen a bit more dealing with rebuilding, taxes, etc basically some tweaks to the kingdom building this was modeled after on the running of the fort and getting it going again. If that makes sense.
Pregen characters - where pretty well done and will make nice NPC's.
Raging Blood artwork - it was very good. not to take away from the other art but I thought this was the best art in the book.

Anything not mentioned above, either I haven't read it. Or I didn't have strong feelings about it.


Thanks Dark Mistress, a positive review from you is an honor- and thanks to everyone who reviewed too.
I liked the art for my piece and am grateful to the artist, my editor and all the crew.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Steeldraco, the kobold bloodline can be taken by anyone. I was a bit sad when I saw the ARG scooped me on that one.


It has been a pretty nice haul for free and available stuff this day- kudos to all involved.

Andoran

is there an index to the articles?

Cheliax

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Qstor wrote:
is there an index to the articles?

You mean this?

1 Foreword
2 Weal or Woe: Lore Seekers
4 Lure of Greed
8 Toll in the Road
10 Swallowtail Festival Games
13 Items of Golarion: Goblin Magic Items
14 Hollow Hearts
16 Weal or Woe: The Hag and the Seeker
18 Defying Logic and Fate
19 Burdens of Power
20 Dracochymist
21 Kobold Scions
22 Epilogue
24 The Jinx
26 Xin’s Legacy
28 The Fili
29 Adventuring to Death
30 Pyromania
32 Of Magic and Mettle
34 An Honest Trade
37 Princess Urgathoa
38 Chopper’s Isle
42 Enemy of My Enemy
44 Bestiary
60 Rune Magic
62 Just Deserts
64 Ruling Rannick
68 Riders on the Storm
70 Weal or Woe: Rivals in Arms
72 Battle Banners of Lesser West Podunk
74 Heirs of Thassilon
76 Words from Many Roads
77 Fan Gallery
83 The Lure of Greed: Pregenerated Characters
89 OGL
90 Open Call

Of course it is free so you can just DL it yourself and look. :)

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

and no mention of the bookmarks in the pdf yet ... <sigh> ;)

Cheliax

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
zylphryx wrote:
and no mention of the bookmarks in the pdf yet ... <sigh> ;)

It has bookmarks to every article and every monster in it.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Dark_Mistress wrote:
zylphryx wrote:
and no mention of the bookmarks in the pdf yet ... <sigh> ;)
It has bookmarks to every article and every monster in it.

I have a hunch that that's because of zylphryx

Cheliax

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Most likely but weather he was asking if it did or disappointed no one commented on it, either way i covered it with my post now. :)

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Yay! Yep, I figured bookmarking everything would be a nice addition to this issue (I don't think we had done that for previous issues).

Osirion

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Book marking is absolutely essential for a product of this kind, with many short articles on a wide variety of topics.

Well done, zylphryx!

Cheliax

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Yeah in a product like this where it has tons of short little articles it is honestly a pain in the ass to find something with out bookmarks. So i am a big fan of them.

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Well the index has always been linked to the related articles (as far as I can recall), but with the bestiary being as big as it is, bookmarks seemed the way to go for them ... and then I got carried away. ;)

Cheliax

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

yeah but bookmarks are more handy than a index. Since you can see the bookmarks while looking at any page of the product and skip to anywhere. The index you have to keep scrolling back to it, so while useful is less useful than bookmarks. Which for as i mentioned a product like this with tons of little articles is very handy.

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Dark_Mistress wrote:
yeah but bookmarks are more handy than a index. Since you can see the bookmarks while looking at any page of the product and skip to anywhere. The index you have to keep scrolling back to it, so while useful is less useful than bookmarks. Which for as i mentioned a product like this with tons of little articles is very handy.

Oh I agree completely. Bookmarks, when dealing with short content, are essential ... not sure why I spaced on plugging them into #6 other than the holiday haze that surrounded the production of that issue.

Hmmm ... may need to shoot Tim an email ...

Cheliax

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Never to late to go back and add them to the one with out them. Then reupload the updated version. :) *crack*

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Dark_Mistress wrote:
Never to late to go back and add them to the one with out them. Then reupload the updated version. :) *crack*

Yes ma'am!

<quickly pulls up files, makes adjustments and uploads to dropbox>

Whew ... OK, so the updated #7 file lost the bookmark names, that has been fixed and #6 has been updated with bookmarks. Keep your eyes out for Tim to announce that they have been sent to Paizo for upload. :)

Taldor PaizoCon Founder, Wayfinder Editor-in-Chief

We live to serve.....Mistress.

I just uploaded and shared the updated files with Paizo. Should be uploading and in the downloads shortly.

Thanks to zylphryx for raising the bar, and makin' our Wayfinders so snazzy!

Also, thanks to everyone who has provided feedback! I appreciate it VERY much, and will take your comments and try to make even MORE improvements to Wayfinder #8!

Tim

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

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Damiel's Gremlin-B-Gone applied! PDF updated to fix some typos.

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Liz Courts wrote:
Damiel's Gremlin-B-Gone applied! PDF updated to fix some typos.

Yay! No more gremlins ... well except those two which were stated out in Wayfinder #6. ;)

Liz, I owe you a drink at next year's PaizoCon. :)

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

Huzzah!

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
zylphryx wrote:

Yes ma'am!

<quickly pulls up flies, makes adjustments and uploads to dropbox>

Fixed that for you :)


Thanks for correcting my article's title in the bookmarks. ^-^


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I wanted to thank Tim and the team for such a fantastic job. Wayfinder 7 looks stunning.

I would also like to thank Russell Akred for his illustration of the Rune Oaks. This is my first writing credit and to have it perfectly layed out and adorned by your superb artwork is a thrill. If I was a Varisian goblin I would go and set fire to something to celebrate!


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aaaand reviewed. I think I got most of the "crunchy" bits aside from the bestiary. Only had 200 words to spare too.


Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I'll also note that I don't think there was any article that I overall disliked, and they all had their awesome parts. I just find feedback to be more helpful than praise, and I knew it'd be a long post :)

Taldor

Cheapy wrote:
I'll also note that I don't think there was any article that I overall disliked, and they all had their awesome parts. I just find feedback to be more helpful than praise, and I knew it'd be a long post :)

Nice review Cheapy! I'm always happy for feedback even if it's not positive but yours was both constructive and mildly positive :) That ladies and gentlemen is the best kind of feedback.

Andoran

Cheapy wrote:
aaaand reviewed.

Thanks!

Spoiler:
Yeah, I also think my archetype suffered from my over-explanation of the spontaneous caster elements, but I couldn't squish it down to 750 words without losing too much. I worried that it (and some of the arcana) would be considered "underpowered," but without a means to playtest it, I erred toward that instead of potential power creep.

Thanks again, and I'm glad you enjoyed this issue. :)


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Ambrosia Slaad: my suggestion for how to do that in the future was based on this. I think the bard and magi have the same spell progression and everything, so it works out. (I didn't double check that though, so could be wrong!)

Andoran

Wow, thank you Cheapy!

Paizo Employee Webstore Gninja Minion

The PDF has been updated to correct some errors on the fili prestige class, and corrected a misspelled author name in the Bestiary article.


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This is a great issue! Love the Dracochymist, Kobold Scion, Hellrider (Finally we get cavalier hellknights), and the Pyromania feats.


@Cheapy
I don't remember if something got lost in editing or if it was my fault... anyway, the correct phrasing in the Opposites Attract ability description should be:

For example, a good cleric could turn the positive energy she channeled into negative energy just for her dhampir friend, thus healing him (it remains positive energy for all the zombies surrounding them).

So that was an energy attack, after all. ^^


Hey, just saw this post. Thank you for that! :)

RPG Superstar 2012 Top 16

Rumbleroar wrote:

Weal or Woe: The Hag and the Seeker: I really liked this WoW article. The characters are closely interwoven, realistic, and interesting, and dealing with either or both of them would be very fun to do in game. I'm going to have to try to work these two into a game at some point. The poor inquisitor wandering around trying to avenge someone who doesn't care about him is pretty sympathetic, even for a worshipper of Asmodeus.

Late to the party, but thanks for the postivie review and feedback, Rumbleroar. Melissa and Gregan were great fun to write and design, and I hope they see use for you sometime.


Cheapy wrote:
aaaand reviewed. I think I got most of the "crunchy" bits aside from the bestiary. Only had 200 words to spare too.

Ha, thanks for the review Cheapy! I totally missed it at the time, but I like to thank everyone. (Even if you did attribute my article to the Eldritch Mr Shiny...) it's cool to hear that you liked them, even if I had trouble with my goblin grammar...

For the record, Dave did the art, and it is awesome.

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