|Jeb Boyt RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32|
Congrats on the great response to this idea. I'm interested in seeing where you go with it.
But, . . .
Obviously I am the only person who doesn't think this makes sense from my understanding of what d20 Modern is and what Pathfinder (itself basically a d20 subset) is.
No, I'm with you. I'm not sure how a person can reconcile Pathfinder and d20M. It sounds a bit like combining apples and oranges. And, even then, you'd still need to distinguish it from Spycraft.
Still, a Pathfinder approach to d20M that provided new core mechanics (i.e. CMB, revised skills and feats, etc.), that offered core classes with stronger starting abilities and better defined roles, that was easy for GMs to work with, and that retained d20M's flexibility could be interesting.