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Quick Slashing Grace Question


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Of course it is. You have a few of the people I feel don't ever change their view regardless of whatever is brought before them, debating with ones that want them to conform to the generally held view.

Like, the whole this is pointless in that regard, cause nothing is going to come from this.

So it must just be that they like debating things with people were no one is going to change their mind.


Chess Pwn wrote:
Of course it is. You have a few of the people I feel don't ever change their view regardless of whatever is brought before them,

I know, right?!

Chess Pwn wrote:
Like, the whole this is pointless in that regard, cause nothing is going to come from this.

Not necessarily: I think it was the persistent and heated online debate that took the Armor Spikes off the Klar, made attacking with a Throwing Shield an Attack Action instead of a Free Action, made the Attack of Opportunity granted by the Bodyguard Feat not a real AoO, made Potion Glutton a Move Action, and excluded Grappling from the Amulet of Mighty Fists.

It takes a lot, but I think that with enough persistence, Paizo does eventually listen.


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That's also what neutered the Crane Style line of feats, the Scarred Witch Doctor, the Lore Warden, nearly the entire Advanced Class Guide, and numerous other amazing options.


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There have been enough FAQ answers on stuff that doesn't have persistent heated debates (like the recent one about bows and arrows), that prolonged discussion doesn't actually increase the likelihood of it getting FAQ'd.


Chess Pwn wrote:
There have been enough FAQ answers on stuff that doesn't have persistent heated debates (like the recent one about bows and arrows), that prolonged discussion doesn't actually increase the likelihood of it getting FAQ'd.

Well, that's sad.


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Is there some way I can change the title of the thread from "Quick Slashing Grace Question" to "Incredibly Contentious Flame War Starting Slashing Grace Question"?


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TiwazBlackhand wrote:

Is there some way I can change the title of the thread from "Quick Slashing Grace Question" to "Incredibly Contentious Flame War Starting Slashing Grace Question"?

That's pretty much implied by posting it in "rules forum."

Paizo Employee Community & Digital Content Director

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Locking. Unless the posts are in reference to the actual question being asked, or are an attempt to assist the original poster, they do not belong in the thread. It is entirely unproductive to turn threads like this one into a rehash of old debates.

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