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Oh my, that stinger at the end of the promo video - I LOL'ed.

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Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:

Soon my fluffing skills will be legendary!

Wait... that doesn't sound quite right...

This is why it is going to be good for you to have editors on staff. LOL

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Gotcha. Oh, hey, MoB!

Long time no talk.

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Just to make sure I understand what is meant by "half+1" for HP, that's meaning PFS-style, right?

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I'm going to be submitting something today, probably by 1PM EDT or so. Herolab ate my homework, haha.

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Understood, thanks Mastermind.

I'm just framing the crunch with the minimum possible spells known for now, and take it from there if prompted.

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If Mastermind does elect to go that way, we're going to need either a figure for starting gold or an "allowance" with which to purchase spells.

Or else he is going to get a ton of sorcerers. LOL

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Is the bonded witch archetype from the ARG OK? I'm not looking at a non-standard race (half-elf), but it's a new witch flavor to try out, if you'll allow it.

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Hey there, GM - sorry, I'm getting this together right now - as we speak, actually. I'll have something up later this afternoon. I am going to go with a sorcerer after all.

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I have been reading over the threads - not quite done yet - but will get something together this weekend. I'm more concerned about making a well-fitting character than a quickly made character, after all. I have a few ideas brewing, will probably flesh them all out and see what feels the best.

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I will actually hold off to see if I need to be a sorcerer before I create a character. No sense making something I'm not going to use, you know?

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Hello all! I'm led to understand that you may need a substitute, so I'm here introducing myself. Nice to meet you all :-)

@GM Devon - Thanks for agreeing to take a look at a character for me! I just need to know what you're looking for, and I'll get something together. As a baseline, I'll use the details in the first post, and work off that. I'll post back in an hour or two.

Edit to say: If it needs to be a sorceror, I can do that - all things concerned, I'd lean toward a wizard if given the option. Whatever people would prefer.

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I'm surprised to not see Numenera mentioned by this point in the thread (if I missed it, sorry).

It's what my group is currently using to break up the PF grind, and it's working very well for us.

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Hey, wow, this stinks. Sorry to see you go, Sean. Excited to see what you come up with next.

Sean's a really cool guy, as anyone who has met him at a con or anywhere else can definitively tell you. I sad. I has all the sad.

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Your editor votes cleric. Because I play clerics. :-)

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Amber Vadalis wrote:
3. Arcanist & Hunter - I consider these to be the "grey" class options. If you can't choose between being either: Wizard/Sorceror or Ranger/Druid then then these offer a nice blend. But just becoz you mix orange with red and get an orange-red doesn't mean you've actually created anything original (or any good).

I agree with a lot of this sentiment, specifically for the Hunter (which is the class that I'm most likely to play, and I am VERY likely to play it). My problem is the re-use of Track, Wild Empathy, and especially Woodland Stride.

For a character like this, Woodland Stride at level 5 (when you're really only gaining 1 spell of 1st and 2nd level/day) is really like a dead level. Woodland stride is... very, very underwhelming. It's OK for a solo lone-wolf nature type, but in actual gameplay unless you have a whole party that has it, it's a trivial benefit at best. To me, it's something that should come as an "Oh, by the way" at 1st level (This observation applies to Rangers as well, honestly, for whom it is almost inexplicably a 7th level benefit). 95% of the time, it's a flavor only thing.

This is an opportunity for you guys to really flex your muscles and come up with some new stuff that ONLY a hunter would have. It just feels lazy (please don't misinterpret, I know you guys are not lazy and this is a playtest) to just recycle this mostly pointless class feature into a new class. Something cooler is in order.

All that said, I'm going to actively playtest this class, and will provide feedback after doing so.

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Viscount - This sounds super-interesting to me. How will you select players? Are you taking anyone who applies, or is there a date we'll know by?

You can see a sample of my writing ability in a PbP by looking at my alt "Gwen". I would want to take a day or two to work something up for you, if there's room and whatnot.

Edit: nevermind, I just re-read the end of the post. I will whip something up as quickly as I can.

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Battlefield 3 was, as far as I can tell, that most unique of albatrosses - a game designed for PC that was subsequently shoehorned into console hardware that couldn't support it properly. So often the reverse is true.

I am very excited for BF4 on the consoles. When Console gamers see what PC gamers saw in the last game, PLUS commander mode, I think it may prove to put a sizable dent in CODs gravy train.

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What I want to do - what I would enjoy the most - would be to run a straight computer character (as found on page 6 of UP). Would this be feasible within the framework of what you have planned?

There's just something about a self-aware computer in the modern day world that causes my imagination to run wild. I could integrate peripherals onto the other heroes, and provide eye-in-the-sky intelligence and other high-level support via a Communication with Cybernetics power. Think: accessing CCTV cameras, etc.

I have a slight tweak to the power to suggest - I think when this book was written, it made the most sense to have the "smartest" machines be the easiest to "talk" to - it would, of course, be easier to derive information from a computer than from a player piano (the example given in the book). However, in today's age, I feel like more complex data/uplinks should require the higher FEAT rolls, to represent the increased role of firewalls and other security procedures.

So, for instance, accessing someone's home PC might be a green FEAT roll, while accessing military intelligence satellites might represent a red FEAT roll. It seems to me to be common sense, although it is contrary to the way the book represents the power.

Seem feasible? Any thoughts?

tl;dr - I want to be HAL.

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10/10, would submit.

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Oh, I am totally doing this. Be on the lookout for a PM, sir!

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...before they were executed for crimes against the state. Right?

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Kthulhu wrote:
Jeremiziah wrote:
... because anything Paizo does at that level is going to blow away whatever I can do.

Well, thanks for your confidence in my abilities :-)

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Another part of this, guys and dolls, is that "write it yourself" becomes problematic exactly at the time that Paizo goes ahead and does it (and they will do so sooner or later, never doubt it).

Using a prior example, there's not enough detail out there about Taldor in my opinion (not me personally, but an example person who holds an opinion). So, I go whole-hog and flesh Taldor all the way out. Aristocracy, inn names, prominent NPC's, everything. OK, great. Now we've been playing for a year, and Paizo Releases "Taldor: Right Down to the Mole on Your Character's Grandmother's Ankle", and now I feel like all the work I did is annoyingly wasted, because anything Paizo does at that level is going to blow away whatever I can do. I think of all the awesome adventures my party could have had in this super-awesome version of Taldor, and I weep and gnash my teeth. I may even rend my garments.

This is the reason I personally don't like filling out a publisher's world with my own stuff. If I'm going to be writing the preponderance of the mintuae, I would prefer to do it in my own sandbox.

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LazarX wrote:
This isn't the first time that it's come up. Travis Williams did an excellent editorial on the subject in White Wolf magazine. It's a serious issue because racism and misogyny in general two things we consider as on the decline in our culture are on the rise in gaming overall. I'd like to think that Paizo's authors are a cut above the rest, but Pathfinder doesn't exist in an island. We're not free from the influences that abound in the rest of the gaming medium or in media in general.

Seelah is (and I mean actually is, not just could be or might be) the iconic friggin' paladin.

Nobody at Paizo thinks dark people are bad. If you'd like to think they're a cut above, then good, because they are. Someone made a picture of the iconic paladin going anti-paladin. If Harsk was the iconic paladin (ironically) we wouldn't be having this discussion.

C'mon now!

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If you're discounting theorycrafting, don't.

Theorycrafting is what should have been done prior to this being published. I understand the fact that some of you feel strongly about this not being broken in its current incarnation, but please realize: the fact that there are a significant amount of people that see this as extremely objectionable means that, by definition, it is a kind of a bad feat. Not objectively bad. Subjectively bad. A feat that half the playerbase strenuously objects to on the grounds that it distorts conventional and widely-accepted game mechanics, contains too many loopholes and corner cases, and violates their agency over their characters is less than good. That's not the reaction that feats are supposed to receive, period.

It's OK for some people at some tables. That doesn't make it OK. It (my humble opinion) shouldn't have been published, and all the passionate arguments for and against it are so much dust in the wind.

It's been fixed about as far as it can be. It just never should have been published.

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mplindustries wrote:
Jeremiziah wrote:
In general, though, I dislike the concept of Divine wands.
Every cure spell is on the Bard and Witch list--they're not strictly divine.

I realize that.

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I also dislike them. I have oscillated between not allowing them (in a Kingmaker game) and allowing them (in my current Way of the Wicked campaign). The party actually hasn't bought one yet, which surprises me. It's likely due to having a Cleric and also some other means of acquiring a few HP per day (Infernal Healing and the like).

In general, though, I dislike the concept of Divine wands. I vastly prefer limiting wands to Arcane energies, with potions picking up the slack for the low-level Divine spells. For high-level Divine spells, well...you need a high-level Divine caster. In my view, this makes for a slightly more gritty atmosphere.

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Congrats, Steve! Good to see you make it this year.

I have a question for Steve, any of the judges, or really anyone who cares to weigh in. Is the Oxford comma not recommended in RPG writing? I've edited a few documents lately where it's not been used, and I'm seeing it here in this submission: "[...]filled with water, dirt and debris, resembling[...]"

That wouldn't leave my desk without being changed to water, dirt, and debris.

I guess what I'm saying, lest I come off too haughty, is: don't worry about this at all, Steve - professional writers are doing the same thing. As an editor, I'm asking, "why?"

Please feel free to DM me, so as to not clutter up this thread, which should rightly be reserved for congratulations on what is really a freaking awesome item.

vivat Oxoniae distingue

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Gameplay Report:
So, I haven't been reporting my gameplay, but we've been having a very exciting time of it. We're near the end, and it's getting quite entertaining.

Party is:
Half-Orc Fighter, going Hellknight next level
Fallen Asimaar Cleric of Asmodeus (I altered Asmodius' domains a bit to make the choice palatable to the player, as I really didn't want to get into the issue of a cleric signing a contract venerating another god - I highly recommend this for other GM's)
Svirfneblin Rogue/Inquisitor of Asmodeus
Teifling Black Blade Magus
Dhampir Gunslinger

In general, the party approaches nearly ever situation by using darkness first and asking questions later. They have multiple sources of darkness, and they all have darkvision, so that's generally been their strategy.

The party has whittled down the castle slowly. They initially killed Varning and his rangers while out on patrol, and left the bodies to rot. While waiting for this to be discovered, they killed a few more guards in and around the town (not sure if I made the right call having the soldiers also double as town guard, but that's what I did). Captain Barhold was dispatched to investigate Varning's disappearance, and he was much, much more prepared - already Balentyne began to suspect that something was afoot.

Barhold managed to escape the party, and was able to report back to the fortress that a party of 4-5 enemies was about. Not shortly thereafter, the fortress became much more guarded. They advertised for "supernatural bounty hunters" - a ploy that my party reacted to by applying for the job themselves, and interesting plan but one which exposed them to Tacitus, who dutifully noted that they were all wearing magical headgear. Being no idiot, he suspected hats of disguise.

Long story short, although the party has used their iron circlets to great advantage and been able to move about with relative impunity, the noose is beginning to close on them. A recent ruse of theirs failed, and has led to the Cleric being imprisoned, while Father Donnagin is questioning a pile of corpses. The disguises are protecting them for the most part, though. None of the corpses is able to describe the PCs in their natural appearance. Lord Havelyn is convinced of the party's guilt, though, having connected Barhold's initial report, Tacitus' tale of mercenaries with Hats of Disguise, and the mounting pile of corpses that all speak of being slain with the same weapons - weapons the PCs happen to use consistently. He holds the Cleric in his hands, and does in fact plan to let her swing, if only to show the PCs that he means business (even though he lacks direct "smoking gun" evidence).

He plans to accumulate as much evidence in his favor as possible (he is LG, after all), but it is no coincidence that he plans to execute the Cleric on the very day that the bugbear hoarde will arrive at his doorstep. The party will have a very busy day two game-days hence.

The last session ended with the Rogue trying to sneak in and kill the Cleric in his sleep, thus eliminating the Speak With Dead threat. Unfortunately, thanks to Donnagin's odd sleeping habits, he was up praying in the chapel. The Rogue sees him with his back turned, and he is invisible and has Non-Detection running. he is going in for the kill, and he might succeed, but... the chapel is not without defences... a LOT of them. I will be amazed if he lives. *rubs hands together and cackles maniacally*

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Zherog wrote:
Jeremiziah wrote:
I have yet to actually back the project, but rest assured, I will.
Just to make sure you know... if you pledge now, the money won't come out of your account until the project funds.

Ah, yes - but my wife will take it out of my hide much, much earlier.


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I have yet to actually back the project, but rest assured, I will.

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For what it is worth, I wanted to pop in and talk for a moment about how excited I am about the adventures that the Frogs recently revealed. I've done editing on Tom Knauss's Sinful Whispers, Gary McBride's The Black Spot, and Richard Pett's Angry Waters (and they sure are angry, that's no lie).

The writing on these is absolutely superb. The flavor of the setting really comes through, and it's incredibly satisfying to see the Razor Coast come to life in the way that it has through these adventures. Like someone upthread mentioned, I'm not really a "pirates" guy, but these adventures do not require the PC's to be pirates. They do need to be adventurers - and it will help to know their way around a boat, to be certain - but pirates? No*.

*Pirates are, of course, still welcome.

To speak quickly to Clark's point earlier, I am so proud to be a part of this project, even a tiny part. To see the community come together and sort of pitch in on getting this together is incredible. Some of the finest names in not just open gaming, but gaming period (in my opinion, anyway) are involved. And Pett, too! (haha, just kidding, Richard - please don't send me any disturbing text messages!)

Anyway, now all that's left is for RC to fund. It needs to fund. It's going to be worth it, you guys. I have no financial interest in it either way, so please don't take this that way. It's a quality production from a quality company, with quality authors. To me, that's a no-brainer. And that's a good thing, because after Gary McBride's adventure, I left my brain at home for safekeeping. There were too many unspeakable horrors trying to... well, let's just say, I left it at home for safekeeping.


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Heya, Paizonians -

This kickstarter was started by a close friend of mine - actually, the guy who is probably most influential in getting me started in TTRPG's. He's an insanely talented artist, and this premise (I think) is really cool. Do me a solid and take a look, and share it around if you don't mind. It's very much in danger of not being funded, which I think would be a real shame, because it has a lot of potential.

The Black Coat Kickstarter

Many thanks!

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Ah, good.

Alternatively, here.

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Hi, checking in - yeah, I actually let my domain expire purely by accident, and that led to the deletion of my file. I am...highly annoyed to say the least. BUT, I am going to be looking around today for another copy of it, and when I find it I'll Dropbox it and post the link here.


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The word fiat has several ramifications, none of them particularly pleasant for most of the world. Merrica.

an authoritative decree, sanction, or order: a royal fiat. Synonyms: authorization, directive, ruling, mandate, diktat, ukase.
a fixed form of words containing the word fiat, by which a person in authority gives sanction, or authorization.
an arbitrary decree or pronouncement, especially by a person or group of persons having absolute authority to enforce it: The king ruled by fiat.

The problem is really definition #3, which uses the dreaded word "arbitrary". Nobody likes to feel like a GM's rulings are going to be arbitrary, but they are of course going to be: GM's are the arbitrators of your game, because you asked them to be..

It's a matter of tone. "GM Fiat" sounds like "The GM grumpily decides whether or not you get to do what you want to do, ususally contingent upon whether it's going to mess up something they have planned". Meanwhile, "a GM ruling" means the exact same thing, but sounds like "There's a question the players can't decide without input from the GM. What does he say?"

So, while "GM ruling" and "GM fiat" mean almost precisely the same thing, I think the question of whether an NPC is distracted or not obviously requires a GM ruling, but it feels confrontational to say that it is subject to GM fiat (though, of course, it is).

Here on the rules forum, though, people generally dislike the GM having the final say. So, GM fiat gets thrown around a lot.

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thejeff wrote:

But he doesn't even have to be that stupid. He can't even dash from behind one tree to another while the guy's back is turned.

Sure he can. He just has to somehow concretely assure that the guy's back stays turned for the duration. Something like a bluff check to cause a distraction, or his buddies causing said distraction.

Since soft cover doesn't allow Stealth you can't even blend into a crowd to get past a guard.

Oh, sure you can. You'd just make a bluff check. After all, when you're blending into a crowd, you're not trying to remain unseen - instead, you're trying to make people's eyes pass over you without their brain sounding an alarm. That's a job for bluff, not stealth.

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So, a couple pages later, everyone seems to mostly be coming around to my point, which is that if you're allowing rogues and the like to sneak across open ground, then you're simply liberally applying the distracted state. I don't think there's anything wrong with that, nor do I think it's GM fiat. I think it's just playing the game, and I'm certain it's well in-line with the developers' intent.

There's still no facing rules in this game, though. Things face different directions, to be sure, but there are not any rules for that, really.

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Nicos wrote:

Ok, then lets do a purely RAW discussion. in the gaze attack it is statd that one of the method to avoid a gze attack is

Wearing a Blindfold: The foe cannot see the creature at all (also possible to achieve by turning one’s back on the creature or shutting one’s eyes) and does not have to make saving throws against the gaze. However, the creature with the gaze attack gains total concealment against the opponent.


1) A PC/Npc have blind spots.
2) creatures in the blind spots are consireder to have total concealement

By RAW you can use stealth if you have any form of concealement (like standing in the back of the enemy, see above)

Ergo, by the rules a creature in the blind spots of a Npc could use Stealth to not be noticed.

I firmly reject that the developers implied an entire system for facing in the game based on an aside comment in the universal monster rules for gaze, sorry. Can you do any better than that?

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Nicos wrote:

Every group play as they like, if you like to play by the "RAW" (and i do not think in this case the RAW is taht clear as presented in the forum) then enjoy your sesions.

I and my group (and ever person i have played with) prefer a more realistic aproach.

and to anwer directly your question, the PC have only one front and the atacker was not directly in front of her.

Yeah, I totally agree, do whatever makes you have fun. And cool, you have facing in your game. I think that's really neat, and would prefer that Pathfinder did have facing out of the box.

Unfortunately, it does not. But I agree, if you have a set of rules (or, as it sounds, a lack of them, which is fine too) that you and your players enjoy, by all means have fun.

To clarify, though, this is the rules forum, where we generally limit the discussion to what the rules say. That's why you're hearing some of the things you're hearing. And those things aren't wrong at all, because we're in the rules forum.

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Nicos wrote:

I am thinking like a DM, last sesion a rogue stabed in the back the fighter/rogue of the party. The Player did not complain because she was allowed a perception check, i think she would complain more if i tell her that basically her stealh skill is wothless.

Do you force a character who wants to pick an apple to make a perception check when there is an apple tree directly in front of him? Or would you just tell him there's a tree, have at it?

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Starbuck_II wrote:
Blame the Editer,

Blame the Editer: the Editor will thank you for it.

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Nicos wrote:

I still think the "canonical" interpretarion of stealth is the wors posible interpretation.

I would like to see the rule that says "at every time a character see in 360 degrees"

That's not necessary.

You're thinking like a character. Think like a GM instead. If you award a monster precision damage or a surprise round for attacking a character that has a clear and direct line of sight to the monster, and claim that the character was just looking in the wrong direction, the response you're going to get EVERY SINGLE TIME is "No way, I could have been looking over there! He's in plain sight!"...and that's going to be very, very difficult to argue with.

Now, if the player describes his watch actions as "I'm staring listlessly into the fire thinking about the beautiful princess", it's clear that the character is distracted (voluntarily), so you can absolutely stipulate that the beastie could sneak up (with a modified opposed roll, of course). Likewise, if the GM describes the monster as distracted:

Rogue: What's he doing?
GM: He's staring fixedly at his computer screen, and he has headphones on.
Rogue: Stealth up and sneak attack!

...then yeah, that works, too. The best common-sense fix for the Stealth problem is simply a liberal application of the distracted clause, in my opinion.

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Scott Betts wrote:
If you believe that, "We support the universal health care coverage laws put into place by President Obama," is the same thing as, "We will repeal universal health care coverage," then I can't help you.


No self-respecting elephant would EVER stoop to referring to it as "Universal Health Care".

That's Obamacare, yo.

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A thought just occured to me... Since we can have multiple guilds, would anyone be interested in a Paizo Forum guild? It'd be worth it just for purposes of finding dungeon runners and helping each other out with mats and whatnot. Anyone interested?

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Epic Meepo wrote:

Here's a metagame artifact which metagames about other metagame artifacts:

Palimpsest of History Rewritten
Aura: strong transmutation; CL: 20th

The pages of this enormous tome are covered in smudges of ink from border to border. Staring intently at a given smudge reveals that the smudge was created by thousands of layers of text written atop one another. A careful reader can pick out individual phrases within the layers of text, each describing a different historical event which may or may not have actually occurred.

By writing over text describing deeds performed by a given individual, a scribe can erase portions of that individual's lifetime from past, present, and future reality. Doing so grants the individual whose historical deeds have been overwritten a Scar of Destiny. A scribe who creates a Scar of Destiny in this manner has no control over the scar's effects unless the scribe is a greater deity.

Finding text pertaining to a specific individual in the palimpsest requires one minute of study and a successful a DC 30 Linguistics check. This check can be retried. Writing over text found in this manner is a standard action that provokes attacks of opportunity.

...aaaaand in a related note, my item for this year was TOTALLY GOING TO BE A PALIMPSEST. *shakes fist*

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Nawtyit wrote:

The Cape of Awesomeness

Aura: Strong Evocation CL: 20

This royal looking cape has gust of wind permanently cast on it that only affects the cape and only when it is worn. This makes the wearer of the cape constantly look dramatic and heroic. It also grants a +5 awesome bonus to Profession (Awesome).

This item can only be destroyed if the character rolls a natural 1 on any awesome check.

You know, Neil has commented somewhere that they routinely get this as an acutal item in the RPG Superstar contest.

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This is in honor of one of my players.

Ring of Unerring Foreknowledge
Aura strong Divination; CL 20
Slot ring; Weight -.
This embarrasingly large and gaudily ornate ring screams "It's all about me!" No, seriously, it screams this phrase at a level of sound greatly above socially acceptable norms 3 times per day, and immediately upon it's wearer gaining a level.
5 times per day as a free action, the wearer of the Ring of Unerring Foreknowledge can declare that if they had known that another character or monster was going to take a certain action, that they themself would have performed a different action in a previous round. The wearer immediately gains all of the benefits of having taken that action, but none of the consequences of the action (if any exist or would have existed). The power of the ring can be applied to uses of the ring as well, enabling the wearer to disavow a previous use of the ring in response to a character or monster's reaction to that use of the ring.
The Ring of Unerring Foreknowledge cannot be destroyed; any set of circumstances that would lead to its destruction would invariably be avoided by the wearer of the ring in response to being presented with those circumstances.

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If your thread was moved, reposting it in the spot that you thought it belonged originally is bad form, because it must not have actually belonged there.

"PFS Rules" questions are traditionally moved to the Rules forum, because aside from differences which are clearly called out, the PFS rules are the same as the rules for the rest of us.

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