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Scarab Sages

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I can kind of see that, but I'm not going to spend $60 to get "that really good character." I'll spend $60 to for the whole package, but not just to get a few cards. I would spend 20 though.

I'm not a marketing person or anything, but I think people who will invest in multiple $60 boxes are those that "love" this game. If you play every once in a while $60 is a huge investment. However smaller $20 dollar boxes would be appealing to both those that love this game and those that play less often.

While there is a lot of randomness within the box, there is only limited character/scenario type options. As I posted above my group has already played maybe 6 to 8 games already. (That includes the three times it took to beat the black fang one.) We're going to start on Burnt Offerings and I can easily see us doing most of that before the weekend ends. I realize its a long weekend and we're playing more often then most groups can, but at a hour a session, most groups could do maybe 2-3 games in a normal "table top session" span.

What I am concerned with is, the game, while great, has limited options for replay, without going homebrew on the scenarios. I am nervous about doing that because this is rather new and I don't want to break the mechanics.

My group is already feeling invested in the characters they've played. So restarting is going to frustrate some of them. On the other hand we're quickly running out of in-box scenarios.

Long term, I think the $60 + $20 idea is great, I would just like to see something that is a little more generic (could work with any adventure path that gets published) containing additional stand alone scenarios and/or adventures plus extra villains. I think the other categories are good with what it comes with. This would allow groups to throw in a couple extra scenarios here and there to fill in the gap.

Otherwise I can see my group burning through the box and then wanting to move onto another product.

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Well, I just finished going through the first adventure. Also played through the first scenario around 4 times. First off, it's a great game.

A few comments:

1) Would love to see more character options.
2) If these could come out once a month, that would be much better.
3) Would like to see the Sandbox idea above. Blank character cards, or even cards with the normal back, so custom cards can be added.

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Please cancel my subscription and my pending mini order. Thank you.

Scarab Sages

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Thank you. I was able to successfully order the PDF... a day late, but oh well.

I havn't recieved either print book as they were cancelled.

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Yesterday I placed the WizKids subscription in my shopping cart in preperation for purchasing it later this week.

In the meantime I ran into a PDF I thought would be perfect for tonights game. I removed the subscription so I could purchase only the PDF and now the item is gone, but the cart still shows the cost of the case.

It looks like I won't have the PDF in time and I'm seriously reconsidering getting the subscription. If the shopping cart won't work right how do I know the subscription will work right? Last year I ordered a Print and PDF book. The Print book was merged with a future subscription item. When I canceled my subscription Paizo canceled sending my the print book I paid for.

I love the pathfinder game, but I have been burnt over and over by Paizo, and I'm really confused who other people can act so happy about a company who can't seem to get basic orders correct.

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Please cancel all my subscriptions. Thank you.

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Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
This has been covered. Zero level spells are not supposed to be mentioned. There are no new ones. For the rest you should check the errata thread.

I'm waiting for my H/C before I really dig into the book, but is there that many mistakes in it?

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Also, the Stag Lord's hex is technically 1 row south of where the Charter says they are to explore. I've found that "you've reached the (Northern, Southern, Eastern, Western) edge of the land dictated by the charter." works well.

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My GM style is to flesh out NPCs. I don't like the PCs seeming like the only "real" characters. We're at the begining but they've already met a number of NPCs. Some they like, some they don't. It's enough however to have their focus set in Ravengro for now.

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Leonal wrote:
Gamemastery Guide under settlements or here: Link

Thanks

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Generic Villain wrote:
Abbigail the Glass wrote:
I noticed that the block for Ravengro have a number of extra stats them I'm noticed before. Anyone know where these are explained?
To what are you referring? Looking at the stat block right now, everything looks standard to me.

click me:

Corruption +0; Crime –1; Economy +0; Law +1; Lore +0;
Society +0
Qualities insular, rumormongering citizens
Disadvantages cursed (haunted, –4 Society)
Danger +0

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I noticed that the block for Ravengro have a number of extra stats them I'm noticed before. Anyone know where these are explained?

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I like the blanks for making free form maps with dry erase markers. However, I would say the blanks should try to be different from one another.

Scarab Sages

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I think that people look at RPG video games and view them as a watered down version of the "real thing." (which I agree, but still enjoy playing.) you're players might be scared that the presense of a laptop will dumb down the game.

But a laptop is just a tool. Paper and pencils are tools, too, just like dice. Just remind your players that these things are used by the game, but are not the game.

Writting out the kingdom chart is probably not the reason they come week after week. If it is, by all means don't mess with it. But if it isn't, then speeding up that piece means more time for role playing or battles or whatever else they like.

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Mitch Brock of Boston wrote:
blakbuzzrd wrote:
Nice torches! And I see you went with the now-canonical green goblin. Mine were done up in blue.

I don't have the Pathfinder RPG Bestiary yet; are they described as being blue in there? On the cover they look green. I’ve seen only a couple of pics of blue goblins but several more as green so I assumed the blue was the exception not the rule.

I followed the illustration from Pathfinder Chronicles: Classic Monsters Revisited and page 137 of the Core Rule book. Also over at PathfinderWiki the pics “Thistletop bridge fight” and “Goblin fire brigade” show green goblins.

I'd love to see how yours turned out; do you have a link to a picture?

Pretty sure his coloring is very similary to pathfinder cannon

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Normally I use templates for monsters.. which the cr increase is designed for. But was often pointed out that just because a monster might get a +2 CR that doesn't always equal 2 effective levels. I have a new player that is really excited about his half dragon mini he bought and can't wait to start playing his half dragon character.

So does anyone know how the templates interact with PCs are the ELs equal to the CRs? I'm mainly looking for the half-dragon one, but a general rule is fine too.

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I've looked through several books and I can't seem to find something. I could have sworn there was a trait or a feat in pathfinder centered around a half-orc or orc who was more human-like. I see several choices for increasing the orc like features but nothing for minimizing.

I have a concept for a NPC in a game I'm GMing, which involves an orc who is "born cursed" in that their physical looks are milder then most. I could just make it fluff or house rule it, but I could have sworn there was something out there already for this in one of the pathfinder books.

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I've looked through several books and I can't seem to find something. I could have sworn there was a trait or a feat in pathfinder centered around a half-orc or orc who was more human-like. I see several choices for increasing the orc like features but nothing for minimizing.

I have a concept for a NPC in a game I'm GMing, which involves an orc who is "born cursed" in that their physical looks are milder then most. I could just make it fluff or house rule it, but I could have sworn there was something out there already for this in one of the pathfinder books.

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Evil Lincoln wrote:


I am a little freaked out by just how impatient Americans are being. We are still experiencing an economic crisis that shook the entire world. At the end of 2008, everyone agreed it was going to take years to recover.

And yet, somehow, this is now Obama's fault? That's what I don't get. Yes, we can fault him for not having fixed all of the country's problems yet, I suppose. But there wasn't (and still isn't) a quick solution to any of this.

I don't think most people are upset because he hasn't fixed everything. Most people knew then it would take time, and still know that now. The problem is with every move he makes it seems things are getting worse... or he does nothing about it at all. The economy isn't Obama's fault. It took us decades to set us up for this. But now that we know which direction is the wrong one, why does he continue to lead us down that way.

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I was maybe in early middle school and had been interested in learning about RPGs. So a friend came over and we sat for hours designing a low level character.

So he starts off by telling me I'm in a dungeon... no backstory as to why, but there I am. He asks me what do I do.

"Well, I walk forward."

He then informs me then I stepped on a dragon's tail, woke him, and he killed me (never rolled in any of this). I asked how come he couldn't have told me the dragon was there before. He said we'll it was pitch black and I couldn't see... something he didn't tell me because I didn't ask.

I was so pissed that it was years before I would try role playing again. This time I GM'ed and I have a steady dedicated group for years afterwards.

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Oh and if your PCs are spending too long doing something you think ruins the game.. give them a reason to move faster...

the dungeon is now floating with lava...

while casting create water... they've attracted a thirsty troll...

the goal isn't to blast the PCs for being creative, but prevent them from killing the game by making it too easy...

but remember they should be rewarded in some way if they think of some really creative way of solving something.

now if the pc's solution for everything is flood the room.. well that's when the water elementals get summoned.

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Also, isn't there a big pit thingy at the bottum of the mite's caves? If you poured water it would just keep flowing down...

Plus... The GM is the final say. It's the GM's job to interperate rules and keep the game fun. The water thing obviously wouldn't work, but let's say it did... well good for the players thinking up something creative... they thought of a interesting solution for the encounter... however...

take a muddy wetlands cave and flood it... well good luck finding any treasure inside... so yes the characters found a second path here... but it cost them some treasure.. I would say the ring is gone for good now...

Still not happy... we'll you're the GM. Just because you're using a book, doesn't mean you need to follow everything perfectly...

players start floating mite's home... mite's wake... some mites come up the exit and use ranged attacks... keeping away enough to not get killed... they are just trying to keep the pcs distracted...

enter GM. there is a secret back tunnel that opens up just behind the pcs. the pcs are now flanked by the mites.

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Enlight_Bystand wrote:
ntin wrote:


A Savage Species style book down the line however...

That was one of my favorite books. Used the monster races/classes so much

Scarab Sages

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If it doesn't print in letter... or looks poor in it... not interested in it.

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I believe rule-wise it only applies to the character with the vow... however roleplay wise... I think it would start to cause issues.

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I no longer have this book, but wasn't this in book of exalted deeds? There was a bunch of feats, with bonuses depending on which vow you took.

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I played a homebrew game once where I made an interesting character. The vampire, due to their long "lives" and need to combat their crusading foes... had turned to science. As such they were able to craft decent golems to obey them. The race of golems were so well crafted that they looked to the casial observer to be human. I played a fighter who's armor was located under the skin. Still has the armor check penalties and slower movement but wasn't bulky. Long story short this "young blonde angel" was really a tank, and most underestimated her.

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Never purchased or used any of the card decks. How are they used?

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I vote getting rid of it. You can always download the four that are located at the Society section if you really want to. As much as I like the pregens that Paizo has for us... I think rehashing the same pregens over and over is probably one of the biggest reasons I would like to see it gone. Now if you could come up with some new pregens... might be worth keeping (would like to see some of the new ones from the APG make an appearance.)

On a similar note.. what I would like to see is more of the pregen NPCs like in the back of the GMG. I enjoyed the NPC book, but I'm looking for more of a generic NPC compilation. Maybe even do what was done for the GMG but get into other races too. What are the stats for three NPC types you'd find in a Goblin or orc village, for example.

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I'd just like to throw my 2 cents in. Sure it would be wonderful to have every book advailable that you'd like, but that's not reasonable. I'm currently running a Kingmaker campaign. While playing it, I begin thinking... man wouldn't it be cool if you could apply these exploration and city building rules to space. One of my sons is really into Pathfinder, but the other really likes space... so to pull both of them in, I started to work on a space/future/modern version of pathfinder. It's alot of work, but it's not really hard. If there's something you want and it's not out there... make it.

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Well I would like to see a vampire like race that is on par with the other races, and perhaps feats and such that could advance it.

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I'd have to say though that this is one of the best games I've played in a long time. We're still in book one, but we're all really enjoying it. The "sandbox" approuch is really impressing the players

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My players jumped on the bandwagon for this without ever discussing getting paid. Didn't think about it till now, but it's kinda funny. Once I meantioned the "quests" they didn't ask then either. It wasn't until they were paid for the first quest, did they bring it up. it was like "oh, we can get paid for this stuff?" I must have pretty amicable players.

We even played a few encounters to "test out" the characters and build a little backstory. I reset everyone to 0 exp after that, and no one complained. My players even had their character donate all their loot from those preencounters before we started.

It's funny how different groups approuch things differently.

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Tim Statler wrote:

I was wondering...

If you bought masterwork clothes, could you then enchant them like armor to provide magical armor protection?
I'm thinking you can, you just treat clothes as a +0 AC, no Max dex or Armor Check suit of armor.

Interesting idea

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I'd have to say with I agree with those saying its good the way it is. I ran a game recently and a random encounter nearly took out our fighter and paladin. The players walked in cocky thinking of we'll mow down anything in our path.. and that wasn't the case. Now they plan out as much as they can and don't blindly walk into things.

I think the 30+ starting hp for level one is crazy. 4th edition is geared too much for this sort of thing. It's supposed to be a challange. It's supposed to require thought.

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Shadowborn wrote:
Abbigail the Glass wrote:


While Qui-Gon was the Master who trained Owi-wan as a Padawan.. we also see that Yoda trained Younglings (and seeing Yoda's age, it's not hard to think Yoda taught Obi-wan as a youngling) Also, if you think of Qui-Gon as the teacher, Yoda was a principal. Seeing most jedi are dead when "Ben" says this.. it's not really a stretch.

Erg...I said I wasn't going to be drawn back into this discussion, but this particular comment gave me a tic.

Let's say you were a marine biologist. You're doing an interview and one of the questions is "Who do you consider to be your mentor?" Would you be more likely to answer with the name of the professor that guided you when you were writing your doctoral dissertation, or would you pop up with the name of Mr. Nelson, your 7th grade biology teacher?

That would be like Luke being asked who trained him and answering "Obi-Wan Kenobi" without giving any mention at all of Yoda.

But Obi-Wan wasn't asked who was it that trained him. He was telling Luke to seek out Yoda. Obi-Wan was vouching for Yoda, by telling Luke that he trained him. Now he wasn't the only one who trained him... and obviously not the largest contributor to his training, but he was the only one alive...

I've had a number of musical teachers through out my life. If someone asked me specificlly about any one of them I would refer to that person as my teacher.

Also Qui-Gon died in I... Yoda could have taken on a mentoring type roll to Obi-Wan "off-camera". At the end of III Yoda offers Obi-Wan more "training" before they part.

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Hey, I love seeing new base classes. But I'm also someone who doesn't mind altering an exsisting one to match a concept, as long as it's balanced.

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Xabulba wrote:


And if you skew it just right the deathstar looks like a burito.
You're taking the most liberal interpatations of the retcons to make them fit.

Well, I'm just saying you can explain each thing... is it perfect.. no. If they did I-VI in order it would flow better... but they didn't. While you have to stretch some of these things, none of the things listed so far are clear contriditions.

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Xabulba wrote:

Ben tells Luke in ep5 that Yoda was the Jedi who trained him but in ep1 it was Qui-Gon who trained Ben.

Ep4 - Ben tells Luke the force is an energy field that permeates all things but in ep1 Qui-Gon tells Anakin the force is created by microscopic bacteria that lives in living things.

Ep4 Ben tells Luke that when he met his father he was already a great pilot but in ep1 Anakin is a slave and has never been inside a starship or a plane.

That's the big 3 that I can think of.

1st point:

While Qui-Gon was the Master who trained Owi-wan as a Padawan.. we also see that Yoda trained Younglings (and seeing Yoda's age, it's not hard to think Yoda taught Obi-wan as a youngling) Also, if you think of Qui-Gon as the teacher, Yoda was a principal. Seeing most jedi are dead when "Ben" says this.. it's not really a stretch.

2nd point:

Ben is trying to explain something as complex as the force to a naiive Luke... Also remember, that mitocondra could be producing that energy field.

3rd point:

Anakin is a slave and child... but wins the pod race (something humans are supposed to react too slow to do)... that's a great pilot to me. Granted he wasn't a starfighter pilot yet... but he was great when Obi-Wan met him.

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[QUOTE}
Now, what might be considered a much bigger plot hole is the fact that Obi Wan gave Luke to LUKE and ANAKIN's RELATIVES, on his homeworld. Out of all the millions of billions of beings in the galaxy, he gave them to some of the few people that Anakin knew personally and that were related to him. If it's not 'it's so stupid, he'll never think we did it', I don't know what is. Not to mention that Obi Wan continues to wear jedi robes, all while living NEAR those relatives.

Ahem. There is some justification in that the jedi robes were supposed to be humble clothing, and that they wouldn't be uncommon for non-jedi to wear them, but that doesn't bear out very well. Plus, I would think that folks would be clawing at each other to not dress like jedi during the time of the emperor.

Keep in mind that Anakin... while being Darth Vader and a powerful Sith... is still Anakin... The death of Anakin's mother is one of the greatest events that pushed Anakin towards the dark side. I would believe that Anakin would find himself emotionally torn when thinking about his mother. Because this would be viewed as a weakness, I'm sure Vader avoided the desert planet as all costs. "Hiding" Luke with Owen, Obi-wan counted that this would be the last place Vader would want to look. Remember Anakin was told his wife died in child birth... never told his baby (in fact twin... but a fact he might not have know) survived. If you think about Anakin, involving anything with his mother or Padme... you can't really say he thought rationally about any of it.

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Also remember, there's a large gap between III and IV. Luke and Leia are born at the end of III, and much older at the start of IV. During this time Vader did hunt down Jedi... however over time Vader is aging as well. While kept alive by his suit he is still an old man... which is probably why we see him taking more of a back seat then he did when he was younger.

The old Republic is not the Republic from I-III. The old Republic is another time period before the start of I. Kenobi's reference to 1000 generations could have been an old man exagerating as well.

The empire also replaced the Republic... so coming up with all those ships isn't a strech. The Empire had all the resources that the Republic had. Seeing Palpatine had the clone created in secret... it's not hard to picture that he also had orders for ships as well. As for the Death Star it's clear in III - IV that the Death Star is a secret project. The senate is finial disbanded in IV, and Palpatine is careful not to move too quickly too fast. Once the first Death Star is unleashed, Palpatine's second Death Star is only hidden from the Rebels.

As far as Leia goes, remember she's later trained as a jedi... which means she was force sensative. After seeing all the other things, it's not hard to grasp that Leia's force sensativity alowed her to remember her mother, even though she was a baby. It's probably one of the farthest stretches... but does make sense.

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One thing that played years ago, was a special monk like class. In exchange for the a lot of the monk's abilities, the monk was able to cast spells. The spells work like the sorc, where the monk would know so many spells and could cast any one from the known list if they had spells remaining that day. The spells from this special monk class tended to revolve around movement (Like feather fall). It's an interesting concept I enjoyed.

On a side note... I'd love to see some books gear toward "medievel" times from around the globe, not just the standard knight/wizards/castle/dragon ones. For example, Japan, Vikings, Native American, etc.

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Plus is sounds like either you or your player wants to play a character concept, as apposed to someone looking to cheat the rules. I always encourage creativity unless it ruins it for everyone.

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taig wrote:

I've got an on-site job interview tomorrow. I think I'm going to call it a night soon.

Good luck!

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Dilvish the Danged wrote:

There is another thread in this forum regarding which classes people would like to see added to PFRPG, which I perused but didn't post in. I saw several ideas for new classes- Sword Saint, Kensai and Ninja- which to my mind all screamed 'Monk with sword.' (I do understand that other people probably have different visions for these proposed classes)

Is anyone working on pathfinderazing the oriental adventures classes and stuff?

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taig wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
I've often wondered why so called optimizers have limited imaginations.

I've noticed a rise in hostility in the threads lately.

By the way, I hate you all. :)

Even me?

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Ya.. this thread did take a hit, course I havn't been on all day.. so that much be it.

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Silicon Messiah wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Just threaten France and it will surrender.

France has pretty much been taken over by the musslims at this point. The France we think we know no longer exists.

Such a shame.

That is a shame.

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