I'm playing a level two Mystic and my take on Envoy is this: I wish I could heal stamina like they can and Envoy is a skill monkey's dream class. Their a buff class. That being said our Envoy has killed numerous npcs we faced by doing enough last hit damage to finish them off. I think the class is fine.
I was thinking about this last night. Was building characters for giggles and made a halfling envoy icon. I wanted him to be a famous vidgame player. Was trying to think of the game and thought of a remote controlled single seat ship that flys a course in space as the controller moves the ship using VR. This way less deaths and accidents and it could be a vidgame. Have a circuit the players go through with courses on numerous pact world planets. I wanted my halfling to have a race team with a mechanic for the ship and the halfling to have an agent and sponsorship from Abdacorp or other companies
Enjoyed the episodes! Can't wait for more. I'd love to find out more about how characters will be made. It was touched on in the interview that the point buy system will be different in StarFinder. If you could get any of the Paizo folks to go in depth on that I'd love that!
I think in one episode it would be cool to touch on any 3rd party companies making content for StarFinder, too
We have played in a mixed sci fi/fantasy campaign called LunarFall. Humans created FTL and could get to Mars in minutes. On the way home they had coordinates wrong and crashed through the moon. Blowing it up. The energies from the FTL drive mixed with moon energies and devastated the earth. 250 years later magic changed people that were left. Some became mutants. Elves were called deities Our group woke up in cryo pods. Didn't know who we were or anything about this new world. Was a fun campaign and we only explored parts of western USA. Mostly near Seattle.
The only thing that sucked was you sold out of some items on Saturday and it was the only day I was able to be there. So, now i have to buy them from a local store or get them on pdf. I did get to meet Neil Spicer which was cool! I nicked the last Iron Gods hardcopy on Saturday. Wish I had been there 20 minutes or so earlier I could have nicked a copy of the ACG, too.
I grew up with religious christian parents. I bought the red box of DnD and a couple days after that my parents waited till I was in class and threw it away. I also bought a number of those pick your own adventure books at Kaybee toys. Parents asked me tons of questions about them and the once again waited till I was in school and threw them away. I was furious with them! TBH, even to this day I don't really tell them I play DnD, Pathfinder, etc. Just crazy nonsense!