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And you may ask yourself
How do I work this?
And you may ask yourself
Where is that large library of supplemental material?
And you may tell yourself
This is not my favorite edition!
And you may tell yourself
My Edition is better than yours!

(Edition wars) Same as it ever was
Same as it ever was.....

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Have you checked out Vol 2 of Age of Ashes : Cult of Cinders?

They have a section about running/updating a citadel/base in the Toolbox. Though it is a bit tuned to the adventure location the rules could easily be used in a homebrew/another location.

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Thanks for the clarifications, insight and updates Tonya!

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Is a Subscription for the Pathfinder Society Quest's something the team might consider in the future?

I would love the option to have a Quest subscription (If I could substitute for The complementary SFS, it would be even more awesome xD ) , though I am not sure how regularly the Quests intend to come out, or if it would make since to make it a subscription.

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Thinking about this more in depth, maybe there is a better way to please everyone, without putting to much pressure on the busy staff members of Organized play.

My Idea comes from a bit how Hardcovers are run in Adventure League (5e Organized Play) (well at least the last time I played it about a year ago) In AL you get credit based on time played in the module. Example 12 hours of play might equal one level worth of XP.

What if (kind of a evolution of Nefreet's idea above) instead of having a chronicle sheet for each AP and Mod as it has been in the past, they made a "generic" hardcover chronicle sheet and use the Adventure League format? (XP = Based on time played)

It could be a generic/blank chronicle you could use with any hardcover adventure based on time played. GM's could write in items found in the session for purchase , and it could even solve the "partial play" problem if it is based on time alone. It would also free up resources from the already busy staff.

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Arcane Mark is a true gem if you have not checked it out yet, please do.

Mark and Linda produce an entertaining and informative show. There is always an interesting topic or interview, and it has one of the best twitch communities I have seen.

Rarely have I seen this level of interaction between a company/creator and its fans and it is truly magical.

Keep up the great work Mark and Linda . :)

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Personally I like it.

It was always cumbersome at best running an AP for PFS. Cutting out content to fit in a smaller time frame, themes and characters that always did not line up with Pathfinder Society (Organization) was not ideal.

When the modules were 32 pages, it made sense, as those seemed to fit nicely for a day at the convention. (And an all day module at the con will be missed) Now that modules (so far) are larger, it also runs into the problems the APs had.

I think its a good compromise. Content can be run more as it was intended too, while also giving players invested in PFS rewards for playing through the content, and at a faster pace.

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Awesome!!

Love these new templates and how easy it is to re-flavor things and give them mechanical elements!

PS: Also another typo. Eleanor's Last name is missing an n!

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How many different threads and thread derails are we going to have on rarity? It is starting to get a bit old..

The Devs/Designers have already established that it is a tool for GM's to use (or NOT use) and explained in multiple threads , what their intentions of the system is and how you are free to ignore it if its not your cup of tea.

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Excaliburproxy wrote:
If I want to build an arcane warrior that needs a ring of wizardry to be effective, I am still not able to expect that.

Relying on one item/spell/etc to make your build "effective" , does not seem effective at all.

I am not sure if this a system specific problem, as one could argue the same thing about any system, no matter the "rarity" of item.

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No Offense, does it matter where it sits in the website/downloads section?

The link is in the blog and easy-peasy to find.

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Woot! Thanks Logan, Jason and Mark! Keep up the great work <3

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Awesome!

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Thanks Gorbacz and bunny!

Yeah I recognize him now, (was not putting the name with the face XD ) and have seen a few of his streams.

Looking forward to the weekend :)

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Hunters Moon wrote:
That's literally disgusting from Paizo, to steal that much money from any patron, for that LITTLE content.

I also wish paizo wasn't so disgusting and wish they would post literally the entire rulebook online for free via some kind of magic archive.

But instead they want to compensate their writers, editors , artists, designers and staff with these greedy practices. Disgusting

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A book about Hazard(s) and Environments

Really loving the new design space both Environments and Hazards , and would love a book (or two) with new Environment rules, disasters, Traps, Environmental Hazards and haunts !

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Back in my day you actually had to go to Gencon to experience the seminars.... xD

With that said, It is pretty awesome of Know Direction and Paizo to put the resources in recording these and making them available to the public. The fact they uploaded them all at the same time is a non-issue.

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Sweet!

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Loving this adventure. So many different ways to run it, perfect for a repayable scenario!! <3

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Go4TheEyesBoo wrote:
"The appeal of PF1 comes from combing classes, archetypes, traits, feats, spells and items to some unique (and mostly overpowered) builds". And I fully agree with that sentiment. In the new system, you're pretty much gonna pick 1 or 2 classes and...

I disagree with this. In fact it is what drove me away from PF1 to begin with. It was never fun GMing for "mostly overpowered Builds" where PCs would one shot everything. It was even less fun playing on a table with a "less than optimized" character (And to be fair I have seen a few new players (in PFS) driven away after there first game because of this too) with someone running a "mostly overpowered Builds".

So yeah a hard No from me dawg.

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Just wanted to take some time and acknowledge the wonderful work of the Art/Graphic Design team.

Every book I have picked up for 2e I am blown away by. The art selection is diverse and top notch. The layouts are wonderfully designed in a concise matter. The font selection is superb and I love all the details (Borders, tables stat block layout, side bars, color selections .. etc)

Sarah Robinson and team keep up the great work, Hands down the best art/layout/design in the business in my opinion!!

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Finished reading The Environment section of in the Core Rulebook and it is quite awesome. Many details and options , yet simple (Standardized damage for environmental hazards) and room for customization and expansion. (Though, this is a common theme I see in alot of 2e rules and absolutely loving it) :)

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James Jacobs wrote:


Those monsters might show up in Bestiary 3, Bestiary 4, Bestiary 34, or never in a bestiary at all.

Sweet! Bestiary 34 confirmed!!! (I kid xD )

I have noticed that 2e has a much more GM driven focus (rather then the PC driven focus I have noticed 1e had). As the creative director, how much influence did you have with the developers in making the new edition?

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I dunno personally I think the escape of the Whispering Tyrant adds a whole bunch of terror and horror to the setting.

But am I upset about the "edginess" being removed. No not really.

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So much Awesome!

Congrads to John and Linda on their promotions!

Big Thanks to Jared, Barb and Bob for stepping up and volunteering!

Congrads to all the new 5 star GMS and Campaign Coin Recipients!!

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I really like this new system. Seems harder to break/manipulate the system (which was common in PF1 in my experience) and leads to less Characters that do not make sense in the setting or GM's story.

And again like James as mentioned, nothing is set in stone and is up to the players to talk with the GM. (Which I also enjoy about 2e, more GM freedom and control)

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I welcome these changes and agree with what Rysky and tqomins have said.

If anything It might discourage some munchkin type characters (That never really made sense lore wise), but personally I see this as plus. (Characters more integrated into the campaign).

Why print these options if we cant use them in PFS? Well.. Pathfinder is much much greater then PFS, and as mentioned these options can allways be used in your home games.

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Finished my first (quick) read through of the Core Book yesterday.

Personally, I think it is a success and fixed all the things I did not care for in PF1, while still keeping plenty of customization, options and uniqueness (From PC side of the table and GM side). Alot of the new rules and systems have inspired me quite a bit, and I can see 2e being my new go to system for many years to come. :)

Looking forward to running some games and getting deep into the system.

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All of them, but with the Absalom announcements, I'm excited about running a game or two there!

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Absalom, so much Absalom!! <3

One AP on Isle of Kortos, 1 Ap entirety in Absalom. A module set in Absalom that goes over the details of Aroden's life , written by Eric Mona, A Hardcover book and Huge poster map of Absalom!!!!

Abslaom has always been one of my favorite parts of the setting (I used the heck outta tge old 64 page Campaign Setting , ran a couple one shots and one long campaign with 1e), after a break and coming back to 2e, this couldn't make me happier!!!

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Rameth wrote:
Do you get access to it if you are a premium member? Or would you still have to pay for it?

A premium member (Pro) of Roll20? No

I must add that I have bought the 5e versions on Roll20 and all the functionality (Drag and Drop on Char sheet, Online Compendium , Charactermancer (Creator) support) is well worth the price and is what you are paying for. If this does not appeal to you, than it might just not be for you.

Note: They have the Character sheet and (NPC/Monster Sheets coming soon) for free, so technically you don't need any of the above to play.

Hope that helps

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Rameth wrote:

Okay hopefully I'm missing something but I bought the PDF from Paizo and now I have to buy it again from Rolld20 for 48 dollars?

Why would I want to do this?

It doesn't just be like "Oh you bought the PDF already? Here's all the stuff on Rolld20"

Because it is not the same thing. They have taken the time/labor to enter all the data into their platform and should be (rightfully so) compensated for that.

BTW the discount/cross promotion/discount thing is new, and I persoanlly think it is awesome and a step in the right direction. Thanks Paizo/Roll20!!


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Now this is my personal opinion, but...

From what I have read alot of the grognards and self-centered power gamers (which drove me away from PF1) do not like the new system, so yes I would already say its a better game. xD

Also, on a more serious note, the book is beautiful and I am loving all the new changes to the system to the game. Streamlines everything. Math fixed (or at least improved) room for expansion without to many game breaking options.

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It's a new dawn
It's a new day
It's a new life
For me.

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Awesome! So stoked for 2e!

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One of PF1s Strengths has always been adventures, and I don't see that changing with 2e.

Looking forward to these!

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I really like the variety.

From the vast city of Absalom, to the untamed wilderness of the Saga Lands and all of the places we have not even explored yet.

With all of the assortments of gods, there is something for everyone.

Monsters and Creatures. Golarion has some of my favorites.

Endless diversity and potential for adventure and stories.

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Thanks for the replys everyone!

Sorry if i was not clear, at this point I have not released anything, ( (though I have done layout/design work in the industry), I am close to finishing my first adventure (Which is based on a campaign I ran for a few years around Absalom, which I have converted for 5e / Forgotten Realms). All the conversions (of both rules and setting) got me thinking if I should be just holding off and converting it for PF2 when it comes out. (It should also be noted that I no longer have interest in PF1, the simplicity of 5e (and now PF2) as drawn me back into the hobby).

I do not plan to sell anything, nor do I have any interest of writing/converting it for generic settings. I do understand how the traditional way one would get into writing for Paizo (PFS, 3rd party , defunct RPG Superstar etc), and in the long run, and after I have some works under my belt, It might be of Interest. I understand that I could produce my own material and upload it to my own blog /website, but it would not have the same impact and interaction of the Dmguild/Paizo/A central community.

I guess to be frank the appeal of DMguild is that anyone can upload content / home brew material. I enjoy downloading other peoples creations (yes quality does vary) and it gives a cool sense of community. It is also nice to be able to interact and communicate with the authors/community. It seems like Paizo's webstore might be set up for these same functions and it would be awesome if they implemented something like this in the future.

I do see from the responses that this might not be in Paizo's business model nor they might not want to put the resources into do so, and also might put more value in their IPs (Aka Campaign Setting) . I respect that, and I guess I was just getting my hopes up.

For now, I will probably stick with the Dmguild, and build up a couple releases. I would like to thank James, Steve and Micheal for there responses. I really do enjoy Golarion as a setting and hope to return to it someday with PF2.

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Vic Ferrari wrote:
Yes, they have gone specifically with big numbers and high level characters not being threatened by lower level monsters,

This. They need numbers for the game to scale. A constant treadmill.

I love Bound Accuracy from 5e for this exact opposite reason . Keeps everything clean and tight, more flexibility in encounter/ adventure design.

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I know its far from the final version, and as much information was meant to be packed into the space provided, but I find the Beastry to be the worse layout of them all.

The monster stats seem like they need some formatting work. They dont look very good,dont seem to be organized well and some are a bit hard to read and understand. 5e does this very gracefully , would like to see it move in this direction.

Though im sure through play testing I will get use to them, just a bit jarring starting out.

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Fuzzypaws wrote:

They've already implied that if they do end up doing Mythic, it's most likely to be represented by characters being bumped up a tier (ie, Master when you would otherwise be Expert). Mythic would itself be added as a proficiency tier after Legendary, allowing even crazier stunts.

This is a really good idea. It seems like a great way forward. Still able to tell and play through mythic storylines (Example: Test of Starstone) without adding to much number crunch and complexity!

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Curious if there will be some form of Mythic in 2nd edition.

I know its rather early, but because it is built into Golarion /setting already, just thinking how it will be handled in the new edition.

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I have read the faq and I am a bit confused.

How much of the campaign setting will change with PF2? Will all the lore still be true? How much value will the campaign setting books hold in 2nd edition? (Rather than some/most of the rule content out of date, incompatible) .

Are there plans to rerealse this content for 2nd edition or is the lan to continue to expand and update the setting (With all the previous lore/content/locations still being viable) ?

Golarion has always been my favorite part of Pathfinder . I would love to keep the value in my collection of books (and use them in 2nd edition) and hope this is gonna be possible!

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I am looking for 4-6 Players to join my ongoing Campaign. The Campaign is an adventure I have written/writing based in Absalom/Isle of Kortos in Golarion. Gauging Interest right now. Ideally I would like to play 1-2 a week. I am free Weeknights after 6pm PST and Weekends. Game sessions would be about 4 hours each in length. Will Use Roll20 and Roll20 character sheets. Open to the idea of streaming on Twitch.

Plan on Starting around first week of December.

This will be a 1-20 campaign with Mythic levels. Will be a mix of RP and Combat.

The game will be a 20 point buy. All paizo material and 3rd party with approval.

Ideally I am looking for the following in a player.

-Knowledgeable and passion for the Golarion Setting
-More Roleplayer than Power Gamer
-Friendly and respectable

Please leave a comment if you are interested and what times would work best for you.

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The setting. Golarion is a great place to tell story's.

The Bestiaries (And Codexes) are also pretty awesome!

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zainale wrote:
he is the rule lawyer not the dm

Isn't the GM the only "Rule lawyer" that matters?

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Hmm. I always assumed most / if not everything from the following 3.5 books was canonical.

-Guide to Korvosa
-Guide to Darkmoon Vale
-Gods and Magic
-Into The Darklands
-Guide to Absalom
-Dark Markets - Katpesh
-The Great Beyond

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As long as the player is having fun why does it matter?

One of my favorite chars I have played has been a Gnome Fighter . He had an assortment of all the crazy gnome weapons ( Hook ladder, ricksaw glaive ). Was TONS of fun. =)

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As someone who has played with Nefreet many times, I'd like to say you are very very wrong in your assumptions. Not only is he a super nice guy, he is one of the most dedicated GMs I have ever met. Allways a great time. :D

I think people sometimes fail to understand that PFS is ultimately a marketing device for paizo. (Not that there is anything wrong with that)so of course they want/need you to buy their products to continue to write quality adventures and keep the campign alive.

To (well semi) quote the great Dead Kennedys. You can take herolabs and shove it.


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You are a slave of Kentith Puhitcha, the largest grape grower in Galt and one of most productive wine manufactures in all of Golarion. Red Blade, the signature drink of the winery has become a favorite beverage of the Grey Gardner's. You work hard for long hours of the day. You are lucky to be fed two meals a day. Conditions are grim. The farm is located in the Horum Plain's west of the capital city of Isarn in the country of Galt. Some of you were born here. Others bought at various auctions. Your hard work has made the Puhitcha family very rich.

Most of your brothern and sistern are scared and weak. A few of you have shown courage and addressed wishes to escape or rebel, though most of the others wouldn't dare. Last night at the shack they call the "Halfling House" there was whispers among the halflings of trying to seriously plan an escape. The six of you, stood up and decided to work on a plan.

Escape from Galt will be an all halfling themed adventure. The characters will start out with low power and have to use their wits and each other to escape, if not survive.

What Im Looking For:
4-5 Players that:
-Enjoy Roleplaying
-Have Basic Knowledge of Golarion (Particularly Galt and Halflings)
-Are Mature (This campaign will deal with some darker themes and subjects, I intend to handle them respectfully and mature and looking for players who will do the same)
-Are able to post 1-2 a day regularly (Between paizo.com and Roll20.net)
-Want to play as Halflings!

Character Creation::

15pt Build
Race: Halfling Only (Any Racial Traits May be Used)
2 traits
O wealth
HP - Full at First Level. 1/2 + 1 Every level after that

Weapons available in the farm.
Dagger, Sickle, Club, Short Spear, Sling, Light Pick, Pick heavy, Scythe, Halfling Sling Staff

Armor: Padded only

Player Characters will start with 4 NPC Levels as noted below as opposed to PC levels. (After This PCS will advance in PC levels, These NPC levels will not be re trainable). All PCs must also choose a role on the farm.

NPC Classes (Multi-classing allowed)

Aristocrat (Only for servants working inside the house)
Adept (most likely, would hide magically ability from slavers)
Expert
Warrior

Roles: Must belong to one of the bolded below. Jobs below "Roles" are suggestions feel free to make up your own if it makes sense

House Servant:
Cook
Personal Assistant
Maid

Fields:
Farmer
Grapepicker
Cart Pusher

Processing/Storage
Grape Handler
Barrel Roller

Winery
Grape Stomper
Bottler

Halfling House
Halfing Midwife (Healer)

Each Character should have a background and some sort of personalty.

50% of the Slaves Work in the Field
25% of the Slaves Work in Processing Storage
19% of the Slaves Work in the Winery
5% of the Slaves Work as House Servant
1% of the Slaves Work as Midwifes

The party will most likely picked evenly out of populations above.

This will be a hybrid PBP with all combat taking place in Roll20.net. This should speed things up a bit. Please be able to post / act out a round of combat in roll20, at least once a day.

NOTE This is a reattempt to start a campaign that I was going to run a couple months ago. If you created a char for that game, or responded to that post, I will give you priority (mention it in your submission).

Good Luck and Looking forward to reading your entry.

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