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In addition, Chronicle sheets for both Song of the Serpent and Midnight Mirror have been made active. Thanks to Atlanta VL John Compton for helping me get everything in order for the Chronicle sheet for the Midnight Mirror module.

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Mike, you may want to mention for Pathfinder Player Companion: Blood of Fiends, that you need to have the Boon for Tiefling to use this book.

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Dragnmoon wrote:
Mike, you may want to mention for Pathfinder Player Companion: Blood of Fiends, that you need to have the Boon for Tiefling to use this book.

I will get that added. Thanks for the suggestion.

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well, i dont know.
most of the stuff requires you to be a tiefling, however at least one feat and multiple domains do not.
Thanks for adding the heritage options Mike. The wormwood mutiny and the tiefling book have some neat stuff in there.

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You might also want to add this blog for the Familiars in Pathfinder Adventure Path #55: "The Wormwood Mutiny"

April 19, 2012: Pirate Familiars

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samerandomhero wrote:

well, i dont know.

most of the stuff requires you to be a tiefling, however at least one feat and multiple domains do not.
Thanks for adding the heritage options Mike. The wormwood mutiny and the tiefling book have some neat stuff in there.

It is a book all about Tieflings so I suspect that is why most things have a prerequisite of being a Tiefling. I suspect you will probably find the same in Blood of Angels with Aasimars and similar books. The good thing is that people with Tiefling characters have a wealth of new options.

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Dragnmoon wrote:

You might also want to add this blog for the Familiars in Pathfinder Adventure Path #55: "The Wormwood Mutiny"

April 19, 2012: Pirate Familiars

I will definitely get that added for the update next month.

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Michael Brock wrote:
In addition, Chronicle sheets for both Song of the Serpent and Midnight Mirror have been made active. Thanks to Atlanta VL John Compton for helping me get everything in order for the Chronicle sheet for the Midnight Mirror module.

The Inquisitions in Blood of Fiends appear to be legal, but in Ultimate Combat, the ruling was that "Inquisitor: Inquisitions are not permitted for any inquisitor." Granted, the inquisitions seemed about balanced with domain powers, so it wouldn't be that bad to unban them, but is it the case that tiefling inquisitors are the only ones who get inquisitions or should these have been banned as well (or perhaps inquisitions unbanned from UC)?


Michael Brock wrote:
samerandomhero wrote:

well, i dont know.

most of the stuff requires you to be a tiefling, however at least one feat and multiple domains do not.
Thanks for adding the heritage options Mike. The wormwood mutiny and the tiefling book have some neat stuff in there.
It is a book all about Tieflings so I suspect that is why most things have a prerequisite of being a Tiefling. I suspect you will probably find the same in Blood of Angels with Aasimars and similar books. The good thing is that people with Tiefling characters have a wealth of new options.

Well, like I said in another thread, if there are good Race Traits in these books, being Adopted by a tiefling or aasimar may suddenly become a popular thing. Unless you are going to make a special ruling that those Traits are not available via the Adopted trait since the race itself is only available via boon.

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Rogue Eidolon wrote:


The Inquisitions in Blood of Fiends appear to be legal, but in Ultimate Combat, the ruling was that "Inquisitor: Inquisitions are not permitted for any inquisitor." Granted, the inquisitions seemed about balanced with domain powers, so it wouldn't be that bad to unban them, but is it the case that tiefling inquisitors are the only ones who get inquisitions or should these have been banned as well (or perhaps inquisitions unbanned from UC)?

Inquisitions in Ultimate Magic are legal. So, tieflings aren't the only ones who can gain access to inquisitions.

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Dragnmoon wrote:
Rogue Eidolon wrote:
The Inquisitions in Blood of Fiends appear to be legal, but in Ultimate Combat, the ruling was that "Inquisitor: Inquisitions are not permitted for any inquisitor." Granted, the inquisitions seemed about balanced with domain powers, so it wouldn't be that bad to unban them, but is it the case that tiefling inquisitors are the only ones who get inquisitions or should these have been banned as well (or perhaps inquisitions unbanned from UC)?
Only the Inquisitions from UC are banned, the Inquisitions from UM are still legal as well as the new ones added in this book.

Ohh, okay. I should have checked that. I had a player with an inquisition who then read the Addt'l Resources and thought they had to remove it due to the wording there, and I didn't remember that most of the inquisitions were in UM (and thus not listed individually). Silly me.

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Enevhar Aldarion wrote:

Well, like I said in another thread, if there are good Race Traits in these books, being Adopted by a tiefling or aasimar may suddenly become a popular thing. Unless you are going to make a special ruling that those Traits are not available via the Adopted trait since the race itself is only available via boon.

Nope, that is a valid option and will remain so as long as it is does not fall under the same category as Adopted (Social, I think)

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So I'm a bit confused. Can players only make a tiefling if they have received a boon from a previous chronicle sheet?

I apologize if the answer to this is obvious, I'm very new to organized play.

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Yes. There are currently no "always available" races except the 7 presented in the Core Rulebook.

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Alright, thanks. Good to know.


Michael Brock wrote:
Enevhar Aldarion wrote:

Well, like I said in another thread, if there are good Race Traits in these books, being Adopted by a tiefling or aasimar may suddenly become a popular thing. Unless you are going to make a special ruling that those Traits are not available via the Adopted trait since the race itself is only available via boon.

Nope, that is a valid option and will remain so as long as it is does not fall under the same category as Adopted (Social, I think)

I think Gnomes of Golarion is the only book that did it like that, where it listed traits from the Basic categories and then also called them racial traits. Every other book I have been able to look at, race traits have been just that, and not a second category as well.

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Mike did you purposely leave out the Race Traits on pgs 19-23 that go with the Heritages?

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Dragnmoon wrote:
Mike did you purposely leave out the Race Traits on pgs 19-23 that go with the Heritages?

They aren't left out. They fall under heritages and are part of those heritages (you can only take them if you chose the heritage tied to it) and those are listed.

From the introduction of the heritage chapter:

A player may choose one of the following 10 heritages for her tiefling character in place of the traditional tiefling racial features. Each heritage presents new ability modifiers, spell-like abilities, and skill modifiers, as well as a pair of custom traits.

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