Marco Massoudi wrote:
It's a lot better than the Basic Terrain map (disaster) but if you have 2 of these maps (both sides showing) and align them short-end to short-end, they won't match. The quality control of these flipmats as compared to the normal Pathfinder ones are lackluster and I'm being nice about that.
Definitely one weekend I look forward to every year. I had an absolute blast running Yesteryear's Truth on Saturday afternoon and, of course, the special with TOZ, Mrs. TOZ, Wei Ji, and Keith plus other yahoos. Thank you to Thursty and Jaye Sonia for two awesome games of Starfinder/B&BM.
Thank you to all the organizers of such a wonderful convention. I'm glad that I could be a part of it and can't wait for next year already.
Thank you for all that you do.
Has anyone spoken directly to Paizo customer service or any staffers about the issue of the grid being off? I mean technically speaking, the cover says, "24"x30" mat...1" squares on each side." Well, we have already established the 1" squares is inaccurate. I would think that Paizo would honor replacements whenever a corrected version of the map is released.
I sent an email to Customer Service on September 2nd and have not heard back from them yet. Really hope they reply soon.
Chris, your bolded text is not how Snap Shot works. The minor action is for those ships that don't have a gunner. Their example used a Tiny starship that has a crew of one as the Pilot. That person could use Snap Shot as nobody else is a gunner.
If one person takes a gunnery action during the Gunnery phase, Snap Shot can not be used even if that means one or more weapons remained un-fired.
While I don't have a Lore Warden myself, I know plenty of people that do. Here's my take on this situation. The original Lore Warden seems too good that there's almost no reason to NOT take it over a regular Fighter. Seems to me that Lore Wardens are better at combat maneuvers than Maneuver Master Monks. That sounds like an issue.
I would support full rebuilds for PCs that have levels in Lore Warden; however, I cannot support grandfathering. Balance changes happen for a reason and this new version looks to be more reasonable. I feel that grandfathering the Summoners of old was a mistake and while LW is not on that level, they needed to be hit with the Nerf Bat.
Calling Nerf Bat...
Either it was changed or it was not intended for that to happen with MotFF and First Steps. I would never want to play or run those with level 2 characters anyway.
You cannot play Master of the Fallen Fortress at level 2. It is strictly Tier 1 and it's the only one out there like it.
EDIT: The only other one that's strictly Tier 1 is First Steps - Part 1. Both don't allow level 2 characters.
Sam King wrote:
I saw that happen as my friend was running that table and knowing how deadly that BBEG was after running that scenario. After the second natural 20, I walked away cringing.