Paizo is one of the few companies, in any industry, that I think truly believes in pride, rather than just using it as marketing. Your inclusiveness, both in the product and in your employees, is fantastic, and seeing the range of people who are welcomed to the hobby by Paizo and the community that has grown around it is beautiful.
I think you mathed that wrong. By my count, it's a cumulative 4,643,353 to get it to level 20. Still not worth it, but it's not putting Absalom Station into deficit spending to outfit a 20-th level SWAT team.
I think the main beneficiaries will be power armors with something special to them. I'm looking at the flight frame, which at level 17 is roughly comparable in cost to the level 20 Starguard, but can still fly.
I and the rest of the team renew our dedication in making the Starfinder Roleplaying Guild the best living science-fantasy campaign around.
Are there other living science-fantasy campaigns? I'm not being smarmy, I'm actually curious.
Edit: Of course, I remembered two just minutes after I posted this!
Eric Hinkle wrote:
Fantomah (with an h at the end) is one of the very first female superheroes. She later became a pretty stock jungle girl, but she started as basically a jungle Ghost Rider, whose face transformed into a skull.
And the counterpoint is, of course, Ms. Marvel Kamala Khan.
Will there be advice on how to integrate good and evil characters into one party? We've seen Hellknights as both LG and LE, and I'd love to see examples of how good Hellknights interact with evil ones. I picture Batman Begins, where Gordon is a good cop and his partner is on the take, but they're bound together by the law.
Cool, I was just thinking I had a few custom cards I'd like to make for my next play-through. A question about private vs. public, though. Can private cards use non-public domain art? Or do all created cards have to adhere to the same standards. I've got a great image from the Paizo blog for a character, but the cohort would require a bit of photo manipulation, and I want to make sure I'm adhering to the community use policy, as well as DTC's rules.
Actually, I think the PFS pawn set is great, and I'll be getting it. But I'm way too anal retentive to play with pawns mixed in with the iconic miniatures. Radillo, Ranzak and Melindra were great surprises, and I've picked up Reta, Chuffy, Poog, Mogmurch and Arushaele on the secondary market. I've even got an Ostog from the Reaper metals line. But what about the rest? Behold!
Last, but certainly not least...
I'm especially proud of Olenjack. I just happened to find a decent human mini, and modded it six ways from Sunday: removed a sword, added a pipe, re-positioned the sword arm, added the skull belt buckle, added gold piping, shortened the legs, rebased it on a Litko laser cut base to match the black bases of the iconic mini sets. I'm looking forward to playing more OP games just so I can bust out the minis at the table!
I've got Vika and Wu Shen on the painting table right now, and miniatures on the way for Arabundi, Grazzle, Wrathack, Amaryllis, Tarlin, Koren, Athnul and Tontelizi. I'm about halfway there... until the next class deck comes out!
So, you're unhappy because it comes with extra pawns you don't want, but you don't want to give them away, because you might need them later and be unhappy that you gave them away. You can't have it both ways, man.
Hey, here's a solution. I'll buy it, and I will sell you the class deck pawns for $1 a piece. You have only the ones you need, because heaven forbid a product has utility for someone other than you, and I have some extra cash.