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Jhaeman wrote:
...it’s annoying to see this constant derail every time someone uses the term fluff.

One person's "annoying" is another person's "entertaining".


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Minnesota style? Passive-aggresive, of course!

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Douglas Edwards wrote:
I know that several of my fellow local VOs would have a blast with this sort of opportunity to generate content. I think the QC problems are a little bit overblown...

My biggest concerns would be the possible departure from accepted Golarion canon and the temptation to fall into fanservice.

I'm playing in Minnesota and while the Minnesota crew is a great bunch of folks (love you guys!), if that leadership is responsible for the creation and oversight of our regional content, I fear those mission briefings from Venture-Captain THUNDERLIPS! and how "Lucious" Lucius Vizinni might repurpose Absolam's Grand Lodge.

And I think a lot of Secondary Success Conditions might involve drink and drinking.

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Most of my stars were earned running APs and modules in campaign mode using the board from Candyland and the rules from Stratego. My knowledge of the Pathfinder rules is nebulous, at best.

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Nefreet wrote:
Is what we have now not enough?

It never is.

Seriously, though, I'd be okay with a replay after X years. Maybe further reduce it by the number of GM stars? IX years for I star. VIII years for II stars. VII for III stars. Etc.

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W E Ray wrote:
Obviously I won't know until well into the NFL playoffs if my Vikings will be going to the Super Bowl...

It's the Vikings. You already know... ;-)

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James Krolak wrote:
Earlier this year, I started organizing regular game days at a new FLGS and it was our area's first RSP location.

If you haven't already, you should apply for the Starfinder RSP at that same location. And start scheduling Starfinder there, too.

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Vala M wrote:
YOU GUYS IT STARTS TOMORRRROOOWWWWWWWWW!!!!!

Can't be. Calendar on my wall says we're still in August.

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Quandary wrote:
BTW, can anybody explain the de-Evil-ization of Undeath

The Pact Worlds embrace diversity.

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Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
While you are risking other creatures I do not believe it tears anything out of the Material Plane, just the Outher Planes.

What about Golarion when the Triune brought its first Drift engine prototype online?


Steve Geddes wrote:
Both of those things would be awesome. I don't see them being held up by a contract signing though.

They have to get rights to use the name "Boot Hill" for a Wild West RPG from whoever currently holds those rights.


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It's a preview of Boothillfinder, right? The Wild West RPG that takes place on Golarion between Pathfinder and Starfinder, yes?


Sara Marie wrote:
It may be horribly broken though as it appears Leg o' Lamb has made it into a lottery event.

Is it 8-99: The Solstice Scar?


Curiosity forced me to find out. Hurray! I'm not old! Yet.


rknop wrote:
You can recognize me because I'll be the overweight balding middle-aged white guy with a beard, wearing jeans and a T-shirt.

Are you sure you're not me?

I may be past middle-aged, though; what's the cut-off for that?


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Hor


rknop wrote:
Because you may not realize that you stink.

How to tell if you smell.


Eat when you're hungry. Drink when you're thirsty. Sleep when you're tired. Bathe before you stink.

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Just keep those coins under your mattress back in your quarters at the Grand Lodge.

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Tallow wrote:
My opinion, is that you better have a pretty good RP reason why you could swap alignments and deities as a cleric.

Challenge accepted!

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Tallow wrote:
What this also means, is you don't get to create your own deity or bring in other IP deities to venerate.

I will fight anyone who says the Prickly Patriarch is not the source of my martial prowess.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:

There are traits and abilities that require atheism, which you really don't qualify for if you're that into cuthulu.

I would right "meh" under religion, since you don't have to have a strong affiliation to any particular god.

Please know I'm joking when I say...

If I worship no legal deity, I'm an atheist. Cthulhu is no legal deity. The worship of Cthulhu is atheism. Atheism is legal.

But seriously, if I actually did what I described earlier, I would take no traits, feats, spells, etc. associated with either atheism or Cthulhu. My veneration of Cthulhu would be strictly fluff.

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My opinion is, "Yes." As long as one's veneration grants no in-game, mechanical effect, I am of the opinion anything or anyone can be venerated by one's character. Even something made-up and ridiculous... like this holy cactus I carry around in a pot; I call him the Prickly Patriarch.

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I'm going to write on my character sheet that my character is an atheist (legal and true; he worships no legal deity).
In game, my character will act as if he venerates Cthulhu and, if asked, he may say that he worships Cthulhu (he's delusional and has convinced himself that this is true).
Am I playing my character wrong? Am I violating any PFS legality?

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Profession: Juggalo.

Probably meant to write "juggler" on the character sheet, but sometimes a typo is the better choice.

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Jack Brown wrote:
...with three tables reserved for high level shenanigans!

I hope those three tables are located far away from the organized play tables. I like the idea of segregating the shenanigans.

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Then what would be the point of having it at all?

Player and GM credit for every scenario twice without having to sacrifice anything.

;-)

Actually, I'm just trying to make a point by resorting to absurd hyperbole.

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Drahliana Moonrunner wrote:
Which would be.... if taken together... all of them?

Exactly. Core would be more popular if it employed the same rules as the Standard Campaign. I don't believe anyone would deny that.

;-)

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Core would be more popular if it were opened just enough to allow everyone's favorite non-Core rules.

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Andrew Christian wrote:
.. attempt at brevity.

... success at confusion.

;-)