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Super Fighting Cat Mech? Sign me up for the Nerv Mew organisation!

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Mike Kimmel wrote:
Happy scenario release day! Please enjoy, and let me know how your games go!

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

It's almost kind of my entire character concept fitted for a scenario.

I played it with my Fey Ancestry [Ulfen] Human Rune Witch, and I finally emulated the kind of calculated behaviour her father achieved in 1e (my Oracle of Whimsy). It took only 6 levels to achieve Maximal Mischief.

The Lantern King Grandda would be proud.

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Let's try casting the net for a final few character ideas (given how much I'm GMing 1e lately)...

Have:
PFS1e - Ratfolk/Axiomite/Vishkanya boon
PFS1e - Ghoran/Kobold/Rougarou/Samsaran boon
PFS1e - Haven't I Been Here Before? (+1 bonus to Initiative & +2 bonus to Perception to spot hidden dangers [eg. traps, haunts etc] on a nominated Paizo published map)
SFS - Relaxation Suite

Want:
PFS1e - Dhampir boon
PFS1e - Changeling boon

I really want a One Final Omnious Nail In The Coffin Hallowed Necromancer Wizard and Dhampir would just be super for that.
A Changeling Fey Sorceror would just be... *chef kiss* for me.

So just looking for those two boons.

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This is clearly an enticement to me to play more PFS2e.

Valen AND Fey?

Call me a Vǫlva (witch) and toss me to the mysterious music eminating from the forest. I'll be there with bells on.

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Sounds like I need to get my standard House of the Void issued fancy hat and the nice red wool out for my "how does this plot all come together?" conspiracy type board.

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Alison-Cybe wrote:
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“But it’s what my character would do!” is not justification for mayhem and disrespect.

So I just want to say Alex, thank you VERY much for incorporating this line.

I'd also like to echo it, through a megaphone, for everybody in the back.

I'm a 90s kid and came into TTRPGs via Vampire in that era, which is a game system which gained a following which very heavily emphasized what'd be considered PvP type of play - either by combat or social. A lot of my early interaction with gamers was based on listening to stories about who dicked over who's characters, and when I expanded to other game systems I came to learn about the 'rogue stereotype'; the kind of play style which involved screwing over other people's characters, derailing the game for your own amusement, and generally disrupting the fun of everybody else at the table. "It's what my character would do" was always used as an excuse - and I've seen that excuse not only be treated with genuine recognition and respect in the community over the years, but at times even held up as a shining example of 'good roleplaying'.

It's about damn time that was chucked right in the bin. And the bin set on fire.

No no, hear me out, you chuck it in the bin, set the attack bin chickens on it, then when they're done ripping it to shreds, then you extract the bin chickens and set the result on fire.

VtM and other games have their place. But that place is not Pathfinder Society tables (and I say that as someone who plays CN "I'mma thwart your plan to get my jollies" well, but only towards the enemies).

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Ah the Magic Item Warehouse.

Where all the furniture names are in Ulfen and I'm sure just behind the Bedroll aisle is a portal to the Abyss. I only go for the meatballs, but then I get sucked into the cutlery aisle, then the plush badger section... then I end up where not even Desna can help me navigate out T.T

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To those Good Doggos (no, I don't care that they are classed as Evil Outsiders; they are Good Dogs) protecting the timeline, thank you you for your service. May you encounter only angles less than 120 degrees and may the people caught playing with time taste good with Eldritch BBQ Sauce.

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OMG! Seelah (I think) as a mounted warrior! Even if she might be a ghost.

Oh, I didn't think I could get more hyped for the Knights of Lastwall book. Apparently that was untrue.

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Finally, I get to find out what Manifold Host is....

Also, yesssss, Vlaka, Pahtra and Sarcesian always available.

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Oh, I love the continued online format! Thanks Paizo!

I'm sure looking forward to Gen Con Online. Even if it means more 4am game starts.

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*squees in professional*

Moonmelon Festival?

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Preston Hudson wrote:
Hoping for the PDFs become available as, like John stated, they are too beautiful to write in.

I suffer from chronic indecision re: nice notebooks I buy to write in for campaigns.

So ditto-ing. Even better if it was one of those fillable PDFs.

Also echoing "when we get more characters, I'll buy up", because I know my Lore Oracle would look super spiffy with a nice book for her stuff. Same for my Pally Champion.

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
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I love the Desna as a Kiirinta art. I love my widdle Fey Moff People. Now I have more info for my Stabrisis-14 Defence Fleet (I don't make Top Gun and Halo references at all).

Aw shoot, I didn't even think of the kiirinta at all when I saw Desna's new art! That's awesome!

Something I love about Starfinder is just how cute every kind of bug people are: shirrens, kiirintas, trox, osharus, bolidas, yes, even the spathinae. They're all so gosh darn adorable!

They are so cute! It's always nice to have that "My flavour of bug people do this" and the differences make for some fun characters.

But also, I'm just pro-Fey creatures. So cute little moths, that are especially fey? I am there for that.

Now, if only the Mothmen from PF1e would make a reappearance...

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I love the Desna as a Kiirinta art. I love my widdle Fey Moff People. Now I have more info for my Stabrisis-14 Defence Fleet (I don't make Top Gun and Halo references at all).

Also, thanks on the Yog-Sothothery. We need more love for Profession (Conspiracy Theorist) in game :D

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Elders playing information games on the street? I love it.

This sounds exactly like how my Oracle of Whimsy would play politics. Now he's probably gotta wait like a hundred years to be an equivalent age, that you probably have to be to qualify to play.

Thanks for giving me ideas, Liane

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Oh, more representation of conditions I have from Paizo in Iconics.

Fatigue can really hamper lives in so many ways. And the "I have to plan my activities based on what I can manage on that day" can really affect that basic planning of your life. Many days, I have to scrap my plans because I'm completely exhausted (today being a great example of going "Oooh, I could get in a grocery shop before the holidays shut everything for a few days", then after breakfast "Ah fudge, I'm struggling to hold my body up now, let alone consider getting dressed and wandering around a grocery store").

Thanks for being you Ciravel, and especially thanks to Jennifer for giving her a completely relatable back story, from someone with a similar condition and similar planning skills.

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The question is not so much am I ready as a GM for SF Bounties (woohoo!), but is the band warmed up sufficiently for The Cantina Job?

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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


The hybrid format, while potentially technically complex, seems like an idea that should have been developed years ago for most major conventions and not just Organized Play Foundation or Paizo, imo.

That there will be an effort to sustain this in the future likewise gives me hope... and eases some potential pain for the wallet.

Thank you.

Big time agree.

Speaking as someone on a FAR AWAY continent, it's nice to be able to play and make friends in other spaces (as well as get the benefits of con attendence, con GMing and equal access to boons now).

I don't mind too much at getting up at 4am AEST time to play specials, particularly on a premier. It's better than waiting for months to be able to play it if you can get enough tables together physically. It's made a lot harder with physical disabilities and chronic illnesses.

But with online options, I can play with friends (sometimes even at the same table).

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That was good story. Facing people in the customer facing jobs (especially hospitality or retail) uncaffeinated when you need it is hellish.

May Leandra's caffeinated beverages always be to her liking.

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Mark Moreland wrote:
The iconic summoner Ija was written to represent ADHD players and we have a new Starfinder iconic coming in Galactic Magic who uses a hover-chair. It's a goal of many here to continue offering more representation for players with disabilities of all sorts in our products and our iconics for years to come.

Thank you. I do love Ija. But also our friends the Skittermanders seem very ADHD representative too (in general).

Thanks for representing us, your disabled gamers <3

Also, all the love to Ivis, who is a privilege to play with and be friends with.

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I mean, if Golarion gods are still kicking around, I'm presuming other deities are too.

I wanna see more of how the Eldest are lurking around.

Ragadahn has so much ocean access, and at least one planet I vaguely remember is said to worship him. Wanna see how that works stripped of that Land of the Linnorm Kings influence.

Also, The Lantern King. Has he taken tech gremlins into his fiery folds in order to cause Space Mischief?

Can I start canonically calling Shyka a Lord of Time yet? *writes note to self* Priest theme Precog of Shyka is good idea.

I must know about my precious Eldest (more Outer Gods lore would also be fun, I'm loving a lot of the tidbits of things between them and Black Butterfly and Desna).

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UnArcaneElection wrote:

^Actually surprising that it has taken this long to see cannons. Cannons appeared on Earth at least by the 1300s, and even given that Golarion's sociological clock seems to run at about 0.1X speed, they are already clearly beyond that point in decently large regions.

I mean, why build expensive technology when Evocation wizards are common and can take range increasing metamagic? Or Kineticists who can take range metamagics?

Both are probably cheaper and more reliable than a cannon. Probably much less likely to blow up a ship/set a ship on fire, depending on level of cannon tech; even the Basilica super cannon of Ottoman fame could only fire 7 times a day for fear of it breaking (and killing a lot of people with shrapnel), and had to be cooled with maaaaaaassive amounts of olive oil.

Besides, gotta give wizards something to do or else they get up to mischief. Like trying to kill the Arch-Chancellor of their Wizard University every 2nd Tuesday, eating Big Dinners and nothing much else [ / end Obligatory Discworld Wizards reference]

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See, we need to follow Jenny around and see if she says "Nanu Nanu", then we can be sure. Otherwise, they're just conspiracy theories, and we all know where they come from in the Pact Worlds...

*hides her Sarcesian Akashic Mystic of Nyarlathotep who is definitely not at least partly responsible for the conspiracy theories of the Pact Worlds. Nah uh, no sir. Not at all.

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Angel Hunter D wrote:
I like to differentiate gods like the pathfinder gods as "little g" gods as opposed to the "capital G" gods people tend to think of. Little g gods can also be characters, which suits the setting much better. Perfect, capital G gods are rather dull and don't tend to germinate the scale we need for adventures below the mythic level.

Tbh, it's what made a lot of the ancient deities interesting. They were not perfect. They were flawed like their followers.

Take Aphrodite; she's a goddess of war (Aphrodite Areia), beauty, civilisation (Aphrodite Pandemos), lust and one of the most important deities in the Gamelioi.

The Gamelioi being the Greek pantheon deities in charge of marriage: those being Zeus [serial cheater; god in charge of Xenia, the ancient Greek laws of hospitality and laws in general], Hera [epitome of jealous wife who takes out her husband's unfaithful behaviour out on everyone; goddess in charge of marriage, women and the sky], Aphrodite [only deity Zeus was ever really afraid of because he was so prone to lust, which she is in charge of; goddess of lust and procreation], Eileithyia [goddess in charge of childbirth] and Hymenaios [god of the marriage ceremony and bridal hymn].

3 of the main deities in charge of a smooth marriage canonically cannot keep their own marriages from being THE WORST! Zeus ate one his exes (see: story of how Athena came to be), Hera's jealousy over Zeus producing an offspring almost by himself result in Hephaestus (whom she hates, and he's a reeeeeally hateful god in a sort of Frankenstein's monster way [Hera is so full of anger that she hates things, including him; and he's similar in his hatred of everyone, but he's also hated for being a disabled god, which is pretty unusual]) and basically cause all humans are said to have lust, Aphrodite maintains dominion over a lot of people, and she plays with them like puppets canonically if they thwart her or don't praise her above and beyond normal.

Plenty of other ancient deities be like this too. The Morrigan (trifold goddess of ancient Ireland) a goddess of marriage and queenship (as well as war, life, death, women, prophecy and magic) was storied to once either have had a champion as either an incarnation of herself, or was as close to representative of herself as a mortal as possible, start a war over a bull because her husband thought his bull was nicer. It was a really nice bull, but that brown bull was really, really nice (she also stole that bull from her neighbouring kingdom).

Mythology is fun, and it's honestly the nice thing about not portraying deities as "perfect". Not having flaws makes for boring story telling, and honestly, it's not realistic even by mythology standards.

I like portraying deities as interfering a lot more than probably below mythic level canon. But I admit I was reading mythology before I came to tabletop gaming. If I'm gonna represent deities, it's more fun for me to portray them Iliad and Odyssey style than not. Deities interfering and thwarting each other like gamers at a tabletop (though, probably more Vampire: The Masquerade than Pathfinder or Starfinder) is my jam.

Sorry for late weighing in on these points.

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What's the bet there's some Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by J.S. Bach going on in Grim Symphony?

Don't forget Signal of Screams for SF. I hear the first book goes really well with The Shining and Doctor Sleep soundtracks...

*prolonged evil laughter*

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So the Goblin equivalent of sea-turtles is REAGENTS!

Good to know...

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*vibrates in excitement* Well, I just made a Changeling Magus. And this is going to be amazing for her. Magitech prosthetics would be so amazing

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Adventure Mum! I love her already <3

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More Vlaka?

Ludmila Volkova approve~

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Oh Jenny, you are correct. That's going to be such a funny scenario.

I'm also excited for more fey related scenarios. For completely innocent reasons... *does not have a whole cadre of Lantern King relations seeking to unleash havoc on Golarion, nope, not here. Not this little duck wearing fairy wings*

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Ooooooh, my fave country has an Iconic now! And not just any iconic, but a non-binary Iconic!

Welp, I am deceased from sheer joy at all the wonderful announcements today.

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keftiu wrote:
So, obligatory conversation starter: who would your Knight of Lastwall PC be?

Mine is the younger sister of the Captain of Castle Everstand. Was training to be his Castellan, but then the Radiant Fire happened.

Gave up Iomedae worshipping because of the whole thing. Had several nervous breakdowns before taking a trip to Holomog to recover, and coming across Mazludeh (who much better fits with her ethos; from preventing infighting because it distracts from the cause, to the best offense being an untouchable defense, and home is where the heart is) and becoming a Champion of that deity.

Anthe Gauntwood is out there shield-bashing her way back to her legacy!

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I should mention that's my 2nd PC from Lastwall, my first was my 1e Angelfire Apostle of Sarenrae, Rose. Rose is an effective wielder of the puppy dog eyes of pleading, and the "I'm not mad, I'm disappointed" voice.

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So excited for more info! *bounces happily in anticipation of next year*

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Oh wow, this would be great for some of the content ideas I had.

Exploring all these locations that get briefly visited, in travel guide style *cackles in Desnan*.

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Father + Larva adventures are so cute!

"Look at the virused cybernetic augmentation trying to bring harm to our expert friend, Chhk-chhk!"

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My poor Lastwall T.T

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John Godek III wrote:
Looking forward to all the Starfinder one shots and bounties!

If you're a happy GM who has things to run at events that you have been requested to be at in the past, but then been unable to fufill their needs because they want 1hr "How to Starfind for newbs", not 4hrs of plot and so the Event Organisers sigh at you and apologise for taking up your time, clap your hands! clap clap

I can go places with Bounties now. I think USyd's nerd groups have been pestering the NSW lodge for games, but getting sad over lack of short games. Now, I can. Thanks Paizo <3

But agree on the repeats. Running out of content or replays is a problem.

Maybe make replays an AcP thing to purchase too?

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Watery Soup wrote:
Dennis Muldoon wrote:
we slowly (and at times painfully) built out structures to run VTT games over the last 15 months with the specific intention of maintaining our community so we would have a player and GM base to come back to when we could return to F2F gaming. The ability to play with folks from around the world is a great side benefit, but not if it interferes with maintaining our local community.

Every time I try to get out, they pull me back in!

My concern is very specifically about the word "local". I'll use myself as an example of this - geographically, I'm in the East Bay. But historically, I've played more in the South Bay because I used to work there. Over this past year, I've played with San Francisco more than any other lodge, because the day of the week worked out best. Which region am I a local to? (FWIW, I argue none - I don't play enough in any region that someone should wonder how their policy affects me.)

On the flip side, the SFBA has picked up a lot of e-wanderers over the past year - people that regularly play, and regularly GM, for SFBA games even though they are geographically distant. Are they "locals"? Certainly more than I am.

I'm not advocating any specific ruling or policy, just pointing out that as things return to "normal", there are going to be some questions - especially in a F2F/VTT hybrid format.

I mean, I personally am loving that I can GM for Silicon Valley, CA all the way from the comfort of my home in Sydney, NSW (Aus). And I get full tables of people excited to play, plus I'm helping prevent local GM burn out cause my time zone and schedule means that I'm running their Thursday night PFS1e on my Friday morning just before lunch. Free GM Xp to get Stars (I would say Novas, but there's been more call for PFS1e), which is great, as a newer GM in my area vs the old guard is a struggle to get games to GM and players that I like playing with.

But it has been hard, cause yeah, I'm an introduced species to these lodges, so a lot of limiting lodges means that I can't work my schedule to get these last minute games with friends I made by offering my services at cons. Either the game that gets posted like 2 months in advance fills up before I get a chance to sign up 3-7 days before the game, I get recruited to cover other GMs for other games or RL happens.

I like planning my play schedule months in advance (I've started on my Sept-Oct schedule already). I wouldn't mind the local player priority so much if it was a "you can sign up in advance like everyone else, but if there's local players on the waitlist, we will let the GMs decide if first come, first served or if they want locals prioritised", hell, I took up seats to finish 3 and 4 of Echoes of the Everwar PFS1e scenarios, then turned around and GM'd it a few months later (pts 1-4).

I know a lot of lodge e-invaders only play, and that can frustrate online GMs who want to seat for their locals first, but that ignores lodge e-invading players who also GM for local slots or volunteer for your local cons that get moved online. It's an option to further grow tbh, because more GMs offering means more games, in more time slots (Like, if you have local players that have schedules that means they work night shift, they're unlikely to turn up at your weekend day games unless they can swing it. But me, foreign GM on a time zone that is primarily available when your beloved local night shift workers would be available to play, it means that more of your locals get games).

It's just things to consider.

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The Ragi wrote:

Nature Operations Manual - NOM

Don't forget to add "Dragon" to the list of paths, please.

If you're gonna bring up the no doubt impending Guide to NOM, there's gotta be a Fey path too.

... And horrible Aberrations from beyond the Stars Path. For no reason. I don't play nothing by Fey based characters and Lovecraftian characters. Nah uh, not me...

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I hope that Triunite Priest has revivication magic, cause I just take how cute they are.

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Wazasha does not get enough credit for putting up with Zo!'s televisual shenanigans.

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Yay! Thanks organisers, especially Mike and Ivis. I hear Sarusan is nice at this time of year, should go see it and defs come visit me.

Also thanks to the HQ people, especially Nicole and Barb. I saw you two working so hard, so often. You deserve a cuppa and someone to massage your claws feet.

Congrats to new 5 stars/glyphs. I gotta catch up to all you PF1e and SFS Gms on 5. *looks hopeful*

I am however in same boat as Alex, "no musings, brain empty, only Paizo Con" still. I'm hoping everyone who had a lovely time can get back their brain from the official PaizoCon Brain Collectors in time for Con Current ;)

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Have: -SFS Dragonkin/Tiefling/Aasimar race boon

Want: -PFS Changeling or Dhampir or Gathlain race boon
-To give to newbie to SFS who doesn't have a race boon from a convention yet, who is willing to tell me all about the character they are going to make with it.

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The.Vortex wrote:
The only pity is that it is a 1-4 scenario. Many characters that had extensive dealings with datch, and thus would be the ones where she would have the most interesting impact, are past that level range

My now level 3 Kiirinta had so much to say to her.

2-08 Sangoro's Gifts potential spoiler:
"SHE CAUSED A HOLY WAR ON MY PLANET! D: "

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Douglas Edwards wrote:
Gun to my head, I still couldn't describe a Skreedeep or Ijtikri from memory but maybe now I will?

Screedreep look like if you fuse a Chihuahua with a Bush Baby (aka. Galagos). Small size.

Ijtikri are the Medium size squid people you see in a bunch of scenarios. I often call them Squiddly Diddlies.

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lvletal wrote:
Cassi wrote:

Want:

-Manifold Host
-To give to new players or players who have played SFS but have yet to receive a race boon from a con

Have:
-Maaaaaaany Bolida (Space Pill Bugs)/ Kalo (Space Monster From The Black Lagoons)/ Vlaka (Doggos In Spaaaaaaace~)

I have so many Vlaka boons that I can no longer keep up the daily walkies schedule. Please help~ :D

sending a pm that may help you in the long run!?

Ah, I love getting to help out people.

This is done, and my puppers are going to a good home.

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Want:
-Manifold Host
-To give to new players or players who have played SFS but have yet to receive a race boon from a con

Have:
-Maaaaaaany Bolida (Space Pill Bugs)/ Kalo (Space Monster From The Black Lagoons)/ Vlaka (Doggos In Spaaaaaaace~)

I have so many Vlaka boons that I can no longer keep up the daily walkies schedule. Please help~ :D

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Charli Poshkettle wrote:
Kishmo wrote:
So, we're all on board with calling the Starfinder achievement points Space ACPs = "Spacey Pees," right? Right :D
My vote is for Spacey Peas!

That sounds like Raxilite talk to me!

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Jessica Redekop wrote:

My personal interpretation is that whenever you get something that fits into 2 or more categories (celestial AND elemental, dragon AND elemental, shadow AND fiend, chaotic AND good), you can have the same origin for multiple types of creatures.

Aasimar are descended from Good outsiders; Ganzi are descended from Chaotic outsiders. Azata are Chaotic Good outsiders, ergo mortals descended from them could be aasimar, ganzi, or some combination of the two, depending.

Likewise for the primal dragons. Because they are both dragons and creatures with elemental subtypes native to the inner sphere, they can be used as origins for characters with dragon features, and/or for characters with elemental features. This can also apply, if you want to go there, to fey with elemental themes. Oreads often get cast as stony chunks of living mountains, but I think a dryad-descended oread with tree-like features would be really compelling.

*gestures to First World* Come with meeeee, and you'll see a World of Inherent Creative Chaos.

I do like this though. And the Fey heritages are good. I would love to see more expression of Fey-ness outside of Gnomes, Sprites and Elves.

Ganzi are perfect in my opinion for channeling the medium humanoid size chaos of the First World. (So much so my 1e Feyspeaker Druid is a Ganzi [who resembles a Satyr a little bit], which a friend gave me the race boon for cause he liked my idea so much).

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Oooooo, yeeeees. As a GM and Player who's guilty of SPREADING OUT way too much, this is so handy.

Sweet Digital Dragon Studios, Starfinder version soon, please? *puppy dog eyes*

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