On the back of the Dragon Empire Primer the art shows the character holding a Qinglong Ji- (took me forever to find what it really was)
Spear with the crescent blade. I am curious, how would you do the stats on this sucker? I am the DM, so it is my call, but I want it balanced so I figured I would see what people thought.
One of my players tried playing one and complained about the spell list and lack of options. He traded the character out for a new one. So, in a new game I decided to tackle one and see how it is.
I have to agree. They have so much potential, but I feel that they are not nearly as fleshed out as the other classes. Some more spells that only they could cast would be nice. Or if you want them relying hex, some more choices.
And all the classes, when they reach 20 get this cool thing that happens. Witches? Not so much... doesn't measure up to the other classes at all.
So Paizo, will they be getting any love any time soon?
Note- I have been to the threads
Is there anyone else who has done some conversion on the monsters in the the adventure that are not easily found in the Pathfinder beastiaries?
I want to run this, but I do not want a curse that would remove/kill a character from the game, at least not without sometime to be able to remove disease or curse. So, I would like some ideas on something else I could do, that would still leave the PCs wary of it.
Also, The Four Pharaohs, IMO, should be epic level not level 8/9ish. They were suppose to be super bad ass. I was thinking maybe it is actually a pyramid of faithful priests to the Four Pharaohs or maybe a child of theirs? Rivals they locked away?
Anyone know any good adventures I could run for my kids? My kids are 8 and 11 years old. They have become very interested in Pathfinder and just made two characters. I figured I would ask the community for help while I dig through sites.
Side note: I run two games for adults, so I do know what I am doing. I just lack kid friendly adventure material.
I am looking to get the effect of :
But as a tattoo. The ring only costs 6k, but when I do that math from
Also, I am the DM, so I only need to run this by me.
Can someone help clarify this for me? Am I doing bad math?
About to run "Curse of the Crimson Throne" and there is a rogue who wants to be able to steal from shops and merchants. Does anyone have any rules for rolling this? Or do I need to create general stats for every merchant?
I was kind hoping to find a chart that had skill level, difficulty of target your are stealing from and either % chance of success or some bonus/penalty to be added to sleight of hand rolls.