I am thinking of playing a Fated Guide Spiritualist for this AP but I am not sure if I want to multi class into Spiritualist or just go straight Spiritualist. So far my character is someone who stayed in his village, a healer or maybe a local mage if we don't have enough casters, while his fighter wife went out on jobs outside the village. I was planning on making his wife his Fated guide.
Would it be better to start off as a spiritualist or should I multiclass?
Due to the way I've been playing my lvl 3 Cleric(Cardinal) lately and the results of my latest game I've decided that my cleric will be joining the warpriests on my next level up.
My question is: do I only get the spells per day for warpriest or do I get both my cleric spells and my warpriest spells for a total of 6 orisons, 2 level 1 spells + 1 lvl 1 domain spell? Do I also get both domain powers and blessings at the same time?
How will the multiclass affect Channel energy since they both have it but warpriest require using fervor to activate it.
My unchained rogue recently got access to dragon hide so I was wondering: are there any light armors I can make using dragon hide? My rogue is lvl 5 and currently has Dex 18.
If I can use dragon hide to make light armor which type should I get? If I can't use dragon hide for light armors am I better of just getting a mithral chain shirt? Is it better to have higher armor bonus or Dex bonus?
How useful are vanities in general and should/would they be included in 2E?
The Additional Resources page does not mention vanities so I have never tried purchasing any using prestige points for my PFS characters but some of them look nice especially the ones for memberships to specific groups.
Flavor wise I think spending Prestige to gain access to training in other classes or entry to Prestige classes makes sense. Like calling in a favor.
If Paizo ever makes a PRD for 2E I hope it is PFS specific instead of having a separate Additional Resources page for it if not everything in 2E is applicable for PFS. Or at least a line in the PRD page to identify if the page is PFS legal.
I find the current Additional Resources page to be hard to read through. You can't use it without having to flip back and forth between the page and the PDFs or books and you can't use it with the current PRD as the PRD does not seem to include the Companion books like Blood of the Beasts.
Are Unchained Rogues limited to only taking Rogue talents from the unchained rogue talent list?
I took the Kitsune Trickster archetype or my Unchained Rogue which suggests the following complimentary talents:
Major magic, Minor magic, False Friend Obfuscate Story, Steal the Story, Charmer, Coax Information, Honeyed Words,Convincing Lie
The only ones that appear on the Unchained Rogue Talent list are
They don't show up on the Unmodified Rogue Talent list either
Does this mean I can't take the others? Or does this mean my Rogue is illegal?
One of the goals in the faction card says to recruit a named NPC without letting anyone except maybe the recruit know that the PC is a member of the Court.
My question is: Would the PCs from other factions recognize members of the Court and are they exempted from the "not letting anyone know" restriction.
Going to my first Pathfinder society organized play tomorrow and have decided to make my own character. I have decided on playing a female kitsune trickster/spy using unchained rogue. Any suggestions on how to assign stats?
Would Int be better than Cha for this build? Already decided to take superior shapeshifter to replace kitsune magic.
I am trying to build a female Kitsune Unchained Rogue(Spy Archetype) and need some help in deciding how to distribute my stats. I want my Kitsune's human form to be a socialite, someone who is comfortable speaking to powerful people and know how to charm them but still be able to do fight.
Which stat should be highest, second highest and lowest?