It's that way because there is a general assumption that enemies are only there for one fight while allies are there every fight. So, while misfortune can't usually be used on the same target multiple times, you should have new enemies every fight to use it on. But protective luck is cast on allies and only lasts a very short time. If it were limited to once per target per day, then you might use up all of your daily uses in the very first combat.
This, basically. ^_^
I would like the return of a Knight class that focused on Challenges/Orders/Tactician rather than mounted combat. There’s plenty to work with there.
Same here, though with room for it to include some of the niches I tried to develop in some of my PF1 archetypes (sister-in-arms, green knight, warrior poet). Plus options for the toughness-through-willpower-and-dedication warrior samurai class.
Having run it myself as my first Adventure Path, I've always been very fond of haunts... and cognizant of the difficulty in fighting them. Fortunately, my first-ever time writing for Paizo (Pathfinder Player Companion: Haunted Heroes' Handbook) was the perfect opportunity to address this. ^_^
Would love to see the Scarlet Rose again. They’re an awesome group /and/ canonically led by a trans lesbian? Yes please.
I dearly hope I get the opportunity! Though I don't know how soon we'll be going back to their corner of Golarion. Still, hopefully when that day comes, I'll be there. ^_^
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And now that it's released... it's for Starfinder rather than Pathfinder, I'm afraid, but lamia enthusiasts may wish to check out Book 3 of Attack of the Swarm! for my article there. ^_^