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Given the Conversion Guide and the "Playing Gnolls" supplement for 4e, you might be able to homebrew a race for now. It even comes with tiered feats as appropriate!


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For what it's worth, Aid is DC15 in the playtest, which sounds "more right" to me, but I'd also like official confirmation on this.


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Would it be possible to get this without watermarks? To my recollection the SF pregens don't.

Thanks!


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Are there any pregenerated characters for 2nd ed. available like with the other community use packages? I am planning on running Sandstone Secret soon as a test bed for PF2.


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Iunno if it's intentional but it appears that you can buy it now. (I did, and the download worked!)


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I'm not gonna lie, when PF2 was announced, I secretly hoped that it would be similar to True20--chosen class features built on a chassis of combatant, skill-user or caster.


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Skystarlit1 wrote:
Cyouni wrote:


Do I really need to point out how far 3.5/Pathfinder are from a "theatre of the mind" system? It's an incredibly gamist system to begin with.

How is 3.5 or PF1 a "theater of the mind" system?! I use the maps in every combat! It's perfectly compatible!

Maybe the systems are only gamest to some because of their lack of ability to play. How about a old guy euphonium for this one? Perhaps it's the lack of bumpers keeping your ball in the lane that keeps landing your ball in the gutter.

Erm... not to be that guy, but they actually said that "3.5 and Pathfinder are far from a theatre of the mind system".


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Ooh, looks like the double brackets seem to indicate placeholders for a symbol (to refer to action economy). I hope this is the case!


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Faster Than Light has a couple of good tunes that've worked well for me so far.


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In tactical combat, a critical hit is scored when an attack roll comes up natural 20. When this happens:

* You automatically hit regardless of the target's AC.

If the full attack roll also beats the target's KAC or EAC, as denoted by the damage type:

* Damage is rolled twice, including usual bonuses.
* You apply the critical effect of your weapon if it has one.

(See page 245 of the SFCRB.)

In terms of starship combat, a critical hit occurs when you get a natural 20 with an attack (and a 19 if your science officer took the Targeting Systems action), or if you deal damage to hull points that meet or exceed a critical threshold (CT) multiplier. In essence, every 1/5 of a ship's total hull damage you deal causes one of its systems to malfunction, making checks affecting that system harder to do.

(See page 321.)


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As topic. Mending works on constructs (once per day per individual construct)--but the constructed trait means that the android in question has to choose the worst of either "human" or "construct" while calculating effects. Does this also extend to mending, where the "worse effect" is not healing at all?


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Ah, I was referring to the range that snipers have without taking the move action to ready--80 feet for most of them, about the range of a pistol.


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It might be a biiiit too early to be theorycrafting houserules, but I'd like some input on this--what would the implications be were I to give an Operative had the ability to Trick Attack within the base range increment of the sniper weapons--would this be too powerful?