Matt Stich wrote:
My mom is awesome: The guardians of Twizzlor's tower: Mike and Ike, jelly bean golems.
Props to your Mom.
Thinking about this a little makes me realize... [opinion] I'd rather have Mike & Ike around as bumbling NPCs. Basically like Hack & Slash the two henchmen employed by Megabyte in Reboot. [/opinion]
BUT I also brought Jelly Belly, the Jelly Bean Dragon who hoards jelly beans and has a different breath weapon depending upon the jelly bean Jelly Belly has eaten.
Matt Stich wrote:
Well the Evil Overlord is Twizzlor, the wizard who created Candeelande. He went mad after [insert event here] and created a demiplane filled with his twisted candy creations. He gave power to seldom few to create new horrible creatures that roam the candy mountains and fudge swamps while he is not in Candeelande.
Give him Prehensile Hair (from UM)!!! Describe it as his licorice self unraveling to grapple nearby opponents.
Matt Stich wrote:
It should start you on fire from the inside out though.
Matt Stich wrote:
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From the Main Page, I went to Paizo Products and selected Pathfinder. Then I selected Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Compatible Products. So I started looking through the 3PP's and out of curiosity, I checked to see which companies had the most products. I see most of the companies I expect to see... But I can't seem to find Super Genius Games.
So I take a second look. This time I notice OtherWorld Creations... and it's got all the Super Genius Games stuff. I assume there was a name change somewhere down the line. Any chance of seeing this fixed?
Well... according to this thread started by the creator of Ponyfinder, you'll just have to wait. He apparently wants to convert more parts of the PF Core Rulebook.
Okay... so my brother-in-law is trying to figure out where one of his favorite quotes originated... or at least where he may have come across it first. He believes he first saw it in an issue of Dragon magazine. Thanks for the help!
"Do not meddle in the affairs of dragons, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup"
So... here's my submission with my stupid mistakes included, although it is not the exact submission as I did some tinkering on the website before finally submitting. Yes, it should be a Cerberus Collar. Yes, it should be formatted properly. Yes, I am kicking myself. Also, I suspect it might have fell into the boring category.
The cerebus collar may be worn by any small, medium, or large animal or magical beast. The creature increases by one size category while sporting the cerebus collar. When worn the cerebus collar grants an animal or magical beast the ability to grow an additional head. This head does not immediately appear. It will take twenty-four hours to grow.
It will duplicate the head attached to the neck around which the cerebus collar has been placed. So a chimera wearing it could have either an additional lion, goat, or dragon head. But it would depend upon which neck the collar is being worn.
The duplicate head grants any additional attacks that the first may have had such as a bite or gaze attack. Breathe weapons are not duplicated, but may be produced from either head. The collar allows these two heads to communicate via telepathic bond. This bond grants a +4 Perception bonus.
No creature may gain the bonuses of more than one cerebus collar at a time. The collar will resize itself to fit the neck around which it is to be worn.
Rusty Ironpants wrote:
I think he meant winnow. Definition #4.
Personnally, I think a combination of both definitions #4 and #5 suit the current situation the best. Here's hoping I made it far enough that I'm in danger of being winnowed from the Keep pile. :)
Mikael Sebag wrote:
Okay, now I'm REALLY glad I passed on submitting this one, since, as I anticipated the language is confusing and altogether nebulous...!
Also, it doesn't include anything about what happens if the wizard happens to have more than one of these in his spell book. Does only one count? Or does he gain this benefit from each bookmark he's using?
Joe Wells wrote:
Ummm... where does it say you have to leave this book open to gain the benefits of the item? All it says is that the bookmark must be placed on the first page of the spell you want the bookmark to effect. After that? I'd close the book and put it away.
DO NOT REFERENCE SOMEONE ELSE'S WONDROUS ITEM. EVER. Paizo wants originality. Reminding others of a similar item will just make them ask: Was this original?
You may want to check out the thread for Matt Goodall's SPELLSTRIKE VAMBRACES. My Spell-Catch Guantlets (2009) & Matt's Spellstrike Vambraces (2010) are two examples of a similar theme. Each item got us into the Top 32. You'll notice the thread for Matt's has multiple posts that refer to mine. In other words: Other people will point out how much alike the items are. You don't have to. Don't waste the word count.
Cosmo, I'd like to know if anything can be done regarding part of an order that shipped later than the rest, yet after a month still hasn't arrived on my door step. The ICONS rpg book shipped on Sept. 9th and what concerns me is that I might not recieve it. I've already recieved my next monthly order which arrived the monday after it shipped.
I'd appreciate a response before 5pm PST as I plan on ordering a second copy of the ICONS rpg book from Paizo and having it shipped Priority USPS, possibly UPS.
Cosmo, in my last shipment I recieved my Kobold Guide to Game Design III and am happy with it and very happy with Paizo's customer service. However (you knew it was coming), I'm still missing part of this order. The ICONS rpg book is shown on my account as having shipped to me on Sept. 9th, but my greedy hands have yet to flip through it because it hasn't appeared on my doorstep. How can this be resolved as it will soon be a month since it was sent to me?
Note: I plan on ordering a second copy of ICONS either Tues. or Wed., because I must have a copy of this book by Oct. 13th when I start my game.
Well, I've got a new player in the group who is also new to role-playing. I've been trying to help her figure out what type of character she'd like to play before the Character Creation Session I have planned so I could give her more help than the other players, who've all RP'ed before.
Now I've already lent her the PF Core Rulebook. While chatting with her to see if I could get an idea of what she'd be playing, she told me she didn't really get the "character types." I take this to mean she didn't understand how the Classes function. So, I'm looking for some help.
I need to describe the basic ideas / concepts of the core classes for someone who has never role played before. Examples of well-known characters for each class would be very helpful, too.
Actually, this ISN'T one of them. The Crawling Claw was released through the d20 Modern SDR. Here's a link to the RTF FILE you want: Menace Creatures A-I.
Don't know about catoblepas... BUT Jimmy J. did mention that Charybdis and Scylla will both be in BESTIARY II. Here are some direct quote's from last week's PF Chat.
07/09/2010 21:08:21 ‹James Jacobs› Lilith: The monster I was working on when I left work was Scylla. ALAS: the art doesn't quite match the design, so I need to do a bit of rebuilding of the stats.
07/09/2010 21:08:57 ‹Hill Giant› James Jacobs: As in Scylla and Charibdys?
07/09/2010 21:09:17 ‹James Jacobs› Hill Giant: Yup. Whcih means there's a charibdys in Bestiary 2 as well, of course.