And even if some of us have the 3E material, we just don't have the time and/or willpower to covert it over to Pathfinder.
24. The Long Library
There are two wrought iron staircases (both taking up a 20 foot radius) that face opposite each other on the walls fifty feet in from the foyer that spiral up to the second floor. The second floor is pretty much the same as the first, except that there are a few pieces of artwork hanging from the walls in some places. This level is 140 long. 50 feet in from this level are another set of wrought iron spiral staircases that lead up to the third level.
The third level is 70 feet long. This level has two vertical hideaway queen beds, lots of couches, tables and comfortable chairs.
The distance from floor to seiling for each level is 20 feet. The third and second floor overlook the bootom levels freely and have rail guards along the floor ledges to avoid accidental falls.
Encounters: Some books are blank, set as traps for those bold enough to try to loot the place. These books are animated and anyone that enters the library has one minute (10 rounds) to speak the proper command word to deactivate the trap. Treat the animated books as a bat swarm colony with 1d6+2 larger books acting as dire bats.
Daniel Marshall wrote:
The class is called the Combat Alchemist. It uses a completely different mechanic than the Alchemist found in the Pathfinder Advanced Player's Guide. It is a point system (similar to psionics in 3.5E). You have a limited number of points to start the day. These represent the reagents you prepared the night before, grinding them into powder, mixing minor ingredients etc. In the midst of combat you can perform the final mixture and create a variety of effects; from fire bombs, to potions to vapors and poisons. These mixtures are potent but are only active for a few rounds, so they need to be used quickly.
This sounds promising. I'm not really a big fan of the APG Alchemist. I was already planning on buying the physical book, now I'm even more looking forward to getting my hands on it.