First of all this is not about crunch, at least I don't think it is. But reading through the Starfinder rpg, I got an idea for a PFS character built in a way that suggests they are a "prototype" of something in the Starfinder verse.
And since I know I won't be only one (but I can claim it first!) to think such thoughts I thought it might be worthwhile to start a discussion on the subject.
How much "crossover" of ideas do you want, both from Paizo and from players? What is your acceptable in your mind, and what is not in the context of PFS?
My idea btw
|Minna Hiltula Venture-Lieutenant, Finland—Tampere aka Rei|
Oracles aren't required to select a deity, so you can claim your power comes from anywhere that doesn't give you a mechanical advantage.
But how do you feel about such things?
As I stated this is more about SFS and PFS fluff crossing over, especially since with SF, in a sense we now "know" the future.
Will it annoy you, make you laugh, or something else.
What Minna mentioned (and which I think is very cool) is the kind of thing I'm talking about.
|Gino Melone Venture-Lieutenant, Ohio—Cleveland aka GinoA|
|Paladin of Baha-who?|
|Wei Ji the Learner|
Asmodeus Jones wrote:I've been toying with having my ratfolk in PFS claim to be an Ysoki.I was under the impression that Ysoki was the ratfolk's name for their race in their native tongue.
It's the name for their race on Akiton if memory serves. On different worlds they have different names, it's just by the time Starfinder rolls around, they had the most numerous population, so they kind of won by default.
This is crossover in the other direction, but here goes. "I am Stavian IX! My parents tell me that we were once an important family in a political entity called Taldor, though we aren't certain what that is any more since Golarian is lost. I call upon stellar forces and the glory of Iomedae to wield a glowing blue falcata."
Human Solarian (Icon) profession politician
|Darganfyddwr Seren Gorddson|
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I cain recount me father and his father and so on for seven generations. The problem be, we not be quite sure how long me grandfather lived. He spent some time as a statoo ya see. Bumped into Absalom Station one fine day. Sumbaedy decided to restore 'im ta flesh. 'e knew naught of the gap. Last he remembers is wanderin' inta sum wee cave and seein' ae glimpse o' an odd crittah. Next he knaews, he's on sumfin' called a space station.