DM Beckett wrote:
It was stated elsewhere in the thread that you only may use an Occult Adventures class or an archetype of that class. You may multiclass, but within the confines of those limits. If someone could actually find and quote it, it would be appreciated.
Different sources, one is from a play that had a movie adaptation and the other is from a book with a movie adaptation(though I do not know if it is in the book).
1."I may climb perhaps to no great heights, but I shall do so alone."
2."Life is pain, Highness. Anyone who says differently is selling something."
Ah, I knew I was forgetting something! Sorry about that, it has been a long day:
Now that I look back, it turns out that I am down a feat for 7th level. I would also accept any advice on that.
In the guide to organized play, they replace that ability with extra bombs as a bonus feat.
Request: Will you please draw my monk, Jablu?
Jablu was raised in a monastery, yet never cared for it. He set off to join the Pathfinder Society, as he had heard tales of their bravery from merchants and others seeking refuge for the night. He is a little on the short side for a human male, standing at 5'8", but is quick to prove to anyone that doubts his prowess due to this with a swift punch. He tends to favor wielding his trusty temple sword, which he received as a gift to keep him safe in his travels. It is relatively plain, with a single sapphire set into the pommel. His most defining feature is his jet black hair, which he keeps hidden under the hood of his "jacket". He wears a simple, brown, robe that isn't tight fitting, yet is not so loose as to impair movement (think brown Goku outfit without the symbols or colors). He tends to view the world through the eyes of an adventurer: always out for coin or to descend into the nearest challenge.
Tell me if you need more, and thank you, VrisKCa
Artemis Moonstar wrote:
+1 awesome points for doing the same thing that I was doing. *Cough*Gambit*Cough*