I wouldn't say you were wrong. The playtest version of assurance was different, and somewhat weaker.But yeah, Assurance is amazing in PF2!
Angel Hunter D wrote:
Ah. Thank you. I had hovered, but the cursor didn't change, so I didn't click.
As many of you will remember, when Goblins were first announced as a core ancestry, there was much gnashing of teeth and rending of garments in protest.
Ah! But no, you see. The gods are testing you! The important phrase is "improved upon". If the patch is faulty, it's not an improvement. But, if you can make it work better, even with a faulty patch, you should.
I've always liked "Incontheevable"! my self.
CHALLENGE: Describe your character using only three details. (You get the usual race / class / gender for free.)
Tender Tendrils wrote:
Maybe Giants are so large because they are...over compensating for other short comings.
Very cool character!One thing though. If the above stats are for 1st level, she has 2 too many bonuses. They add up to +11, but should be +9.
Edit: NVM the Int was accidentally given a +2.
Luke Styer wrote:
Cayden Cailean’s anathema includes “own a slave[.]” Would purchasing a slave specifically to manumit him or her violate that anathema?
The only reason I think it might is that you are rewarding slavers by paying for the slave, and thus encouraging them to create more.
(Bonus points for use of the word "Manumit". I had to look it up to make sure it wasn't a mistyped spelling!)
First World Bard wrote:
Ah, I missed that.Thank you!
Data Lore wrote:
IMHO, in PF2, It is much harder to make an ineffective character. I mean, you really have to work at it! It takes real system mastery to create a substandard character. Unless the character is being created by committee, like "Dr. Heckle" on the recent "Twitch Stream" game.
Donovan Du Bois wrote:
Spells have been nerfed across the board and every class lost spell slots. I feels pretty bad. My bard can cast 3 spells per scenario. Why am I a caster again? I could just build a rogue and be better in combat.
So all the scenarios you play happen in 1 day "in game"?Bards have lots of skills and great cantrips!
The scenario I recently played with mine did only last 1 day in game, but he felt very effective most of the time.
On the other hand, the scenario did have a fair amount of social interaction, but I know he made an effective contribution in combat. But YMMV.
Rugglesby: Unbreakable Goblin Scholar Bard
Languages: Taldane, Goblin, Draconic
Rescued as an infant, by a Sarenraen Paladin, from slaughter, and left in a Shelyn orphanage. Showed unusual gentleness and precociousness, and so was warded to a Taldan Linguistics professor and his family.
Cole Deschain wrote:
Rek seems to be missing one ability boost.
If Pathfinder 1 classes are eventually trickled back into second edition, which do you hope return first?
My first character, which I created back in September, will be a Goblin Bard named Rugglesby. Rescued from death by a Sarenraen Paladin, and raised by a Taldan Linguistics professor, he is a scholar and an orator, and, when not adventuring, works the "lecture circuit", educating people about Goblins and their kin.
I want to echo my desire for a PF2 version of the 3.5 Binder, something with more flavor than the Medium. I think it would be cool to have a set of "vestiges" based on Golarion Lore, each one with a "level appropriate" suite of abilities. It's a fun class, one of my 2 favorites from 3.5(the other being Warlock). I played one to 35th level in a campaign a few years ago.
That makes sense. In world explanation may be that a blast's kinetic energy isn't concentrated enough to damage a specific spot, but the blade or whip could target the right spot. Thanks.