Thank you so much for the reviews, Bardess, Jolly and Endzie! I'm seriously overjoyed by all of this. Everyone worked hard on this, and I'm happy to see everyone's hard work paying off with these glowing responses!
As far as the Mime being modeled after the Final Fantasy Mimes, the both of you are absolutely correct! Though, they were modeled more after the Mimes from Tactics, as Jolly stated. I should have specified that the attacks can be designated against any target, whatever the mime can target.
Endzie, your praise for the Prop Comic brought a tear to my eye, seriously. Like I did with the Trickster Chef Rogue, I put a lot of thought and effort into it.
Again, thank you all so much!
:O A New Review!!
^.^ Thanks so much for the review, Illius! It appears that I need to put more ranks in Perception and Edit-Fu. XD
Thank you for your kind words on the Trickster Chef. That archetype was a blast to design. And I couldn't have finished it with it's final polish without the help of the rest of the Flying Pincushion crew.
I'm so glad it garnered the exact reaction I was going for. Thank you. ^.^
Thanks so much for the review Rednal! I'm so glad you liked it! XD
Yes, indeed, I designed these to interact with the base class and the corresponding class features. Like if you were a druid with a domain, you could take both Devious Empathy and Energetic Precision.
Or if you took an archetype of a non-Alchemist class that grants you Mutagens, you can take Dexterous Focus.
The book also makes accommodations in the event an archetype published later grants some of the class features to another class, like a fighter that gets hexes, for example.
Yes, thank you for the great review, good sir!
And I'm looking forward to help in presenting more of the quality content you've seen here in the upcoming Culinary Magic Cookbook!
Okay, SOMEONE played PFS Scenario 6-01 and said, "WAAAAHHHH!!! I need an item that will circumvent all the hard technology stuff because all the stuff in the tech guide is banned! My character needs to know everything and has to be able to fight everything effectively forever!"
Needless to say, I voted for the other item, which was better anyway.
Nickolas Floyd wrote:
A-men to THAT! Especially double for the unformatted items. Seeing items without the proper templating is a critical eyesore when placed next to an item with all the pieces in place. It's no contest.
Jeff Lee wrote:
I just woke someone up laughing so hard at this.
Woody Elliott wrote:
I sincerely dread to see whatever item you guys are talking about...
There is that "both are equally good/bad button". I've hit that a couple of times.
I friggin' swear, I am hereby downvoting every item that has "enervation" in the construction requirements when the item itself does not display anything related to enervation whatsoever. It's like they just said, "I feel like throwing enervation into this because necromancy!! Woo, Necromany!!"