There have been some very close moments so far, but this was my first actual PC kill.
Name of PC: "Her Corpulence" Vraya the Sanguine
So, is there a limit on how many companions a BM has? I understand that at 4th level a ranger finally gets a companion, but would it be only one companion at that point? For instance, I want to build up my BM so he has a tiger as his primary, then an eagle and 2 ferrets for minor stuff. How would that work?
I would like to try PbP but I have almost no 1-5 scenarios I can actually play. Modules are a better choice for me. However, the characters I am looking to advance are :
Andrei (Bounty Hunter 2)
Maldrek (rogue 1)
Kashallith (Gravewalker 2)
Dar (Beastmaster 2)
Fire Dancer wrote:
I believe that the extra feat that you get by taking a level in fighter has to be a combat feat. So you would still have to retrain something and I'm not sure if you can retrain the combat feat (someone could answer that better than me).
Well, there is the specific languages for and elf plus the certain other ones if the character has high INT. If an elf trades their languages in the stat block for Tongue of the Sea, they get a different series. There is a specific block of languages for the Aquatic Elf, but those languages include Orc and Gnoll and such. It would make more sense to me if the Aquatic Elf can make that same trade to get Tongue of the Sea, as they are both elves.
I was looking at Nethys and saw in the Race entry for Elves is says that it is possible to take Tongue of the Sea to replace the standard languages of the elf. I am wondering if anyone knows if that can be applied to languages for an aquatic elf as per the entry for aquatic elves, as the languages listed don't make sense for an aquatic elf.
I realize that was a bit awkward way to phrase the question but if you have questions, make a message and I will try to clarify.
I didn't GM for the rewards.
I'm looking more at if the credit for the games, the characters we are applying that credit to, etc won't exist when 2.0 goes online...then what's the point? Same as PC's. What the point to play anything anymore if in a year we lose our favorite characters and everything we have accomplished on them?
Janice Piette wrote:
I agree about the digital suggestion. The use of online tools is good, if you have a large enough community or a permanent facility to play in. But like our area our choices are a gaming store where basically no one has access to the internet or a community center where there are very few places for people to plug into. A "digital-only" solution is only good for larger cities with a permanent and tech-friendly venue.
Saint Caleth wrote:
I agree. If switching to 2.0 equates to having to scrap everything accomplished already with our characters, let us rebuild our characters under the same names if we want. Afterall, I put alot of time, effort, thought and heart into the creation of my characters.
I keep running into the problem of having to be prepared to run games at a moment's notice as we live in 2 university cities so what is scheduled can't always be run. Is there a printable tracking sheet I can use to keep track of the scenarios I run at a glance so I can quickly find out which scenarios I can run? And I don't have face book or anything like that.
Kate Baker wrote:
Thanks for the information. The legality of the subrace really throws a wrench in my plans for her, guess I will have to work around it. Yeah, have never done any play-by-post. Didn't even know that was a thing for PFS.
Kate Baker wrote:
So, even though it says in the Additional Resources entry for the Advanced Race Guide " all racial subtypes except arctic and dusk elves, are legal for play." Is this an erroneous statement then? Also, isn't it too late to sign up for GMing a game?
Andrew Shumate wrote:
How do I find that boon?
Any PFS legal feats that you know of would do the same thing for full plate?
Oh well, was afraid of that.
So then say my Titan Fighter/Unchained Barbarian can't use that feat even if they are wearing Full Plate?