Aaron Shanks wrote:
Aaron! We still want subscription options on for adventures. It'll be so much easier than actually having to look every other month to add them.
AND YES I AM LAZY, deal with it!
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My reading would be the b) area. The Haste cancels slow as long as it is active, once you shut it off, you're back to being slowed.
Otherwise I feel like it would be too powerful of a spell counter for a single charge to totally negate the Slow spell, allowing you to activate the haste function on the next round.
What BigNorseWolf said. You do not want to give away all your tricks, but saying things like "you are going to be fighting a lot of outsiders, plan around that" is more helpful that "This AP uses a ton of Genies, so plan for fighting efreeti". I would say go generic vs. specific for players.
Reading comments about Archon on this makes me think of the Doom that came to Atlantic City; the original publisher took the money and ran (basically) but another company stepped up, picked up the game and sent it to the kickstarters at no cost to those of us who kickstarted it. The only thing that Cryptozoic Entertainment got from fulfilling the kickstarter was a lot of people thinking highly of Cryptozoic Entertainment. Archon may simply be in the same state here.
adding: I have no horse in this race, but I do like seeing people happy.
Definitely sign up for a game to check it out. I've been running a StarFinder game pretty much since the books came out and it is a great system to play with.
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The 16 trick for level 5 is a BIG one.
Depending on your class/theme/race, make a point to be good at either shooting or melee. Pick one to follow and stick with it, as trying to be everything for everyone for every situation does not seem to work as well.
Biggest rule? Have fun!
If they are reptiles and give egg birth, they don't, if you want them to have live birth (as there are some snakes that do that) they MAY, but I think that the snakes in question still don't have belly buttons...
EDIT TO ADD:
The bellybutton on reptiles fuses, so I would say NO BELLY BUTTON on a Vesk. :)
The more I've been thinking about it, the more I'm convinced the wheel is like a pearl. Mucous or something like that (I still like my original idea of it's their waste product) that hardens. Newly budded bantrids don't have the wheel yet (and would move like slugs) until they get their first big creature poop, then they start to form the wheel. By 1 year the wheel is formed enough to start moving on their own and that leads to their life of speed.