No Escape From Reality wrote:
No but its kind of expected.
Just as long as you don't spend the whole entire time complaining I don't care. Carry on. Carry on. (I keed I keed!)
Jack in for the emperor You troll shaman astates! also theirs lizard people... and maybe jedi and kingon... what I don't know what kind of game your running but I know what mines gonna look like...
Maybe The problem lies in what we are defining as the sun from a logical stand point we want to say its the thing we trust to be the big glowy ball in the center of the universe but to people on earth Its the kind of small yellow globe in the sky. even though in actuality all we really see is the sun with the exception of artificial light fires etc. Everything we see is the sun technically the falsehood is everything else.
WE ARE ALL IN THE MATRIX OF THE SUNS LIGHT!
I don't know what the argument with TOZ is try to prove. functionally rest before every encounter is Identical mechanics wise to all abilities turning into a per encounter its only Flavor wise that is the difference basically whether you say the next day or an hour later.
I personally have set encounters up like that keeping in mind how many they were likely to do in a day. I've done one bosses battle where the party is at full and made them need to be to survive and I've done the slow drain method. and every variation in between. The entire D&D system and PF have been based on resource management so its only natural that changing something as fundamental as that would have a large effect. It might be fun for your group. Try it and let us know.
I don't see a reason to ask opinions and then argue with them however that is silly. :P