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I was wondering if there is a way I could change my Avatar name. I'm transgender and stupidly created my avatar name using my name at the time. I came out a while back and now I've changed all my personal information on my Paizo account to represent my new identity but I can't find a way to change my Avatar name. Is there a way in which I could? Is it something that Paizo would have to do for me? Do I need to make a new account?
Paizo has never done an AP that's a direct sequel to another AP. JR and SS both had assumptions about previous APs but never has the actions of an AP been the basis of a whole another AP.
I imagine a section in the 6th chapter where the book listed a bunch of NPCs for the PCs to fight with a side bar that tells the GM to use the players HR characters instead if the group had played through that AP. The look on the players when they realize they are going to have to fight and kill their former characters would be priceless.
Resizing Full Plate Mail cost 2d4 x 100 GP. What happens if the Full Plate in question is Masterwork? Or made of a special material like Mithral? Should the cost stay the same, or should there bee and increased cost?
Also, in a side note: What knowledge would one use to know about the abilities and talents of a particular class? Like knowing that a Cleric needs high Wisdom and that Potions of Owls Wisdom would benefit them.
It's something Rovagug related I think.
"Gormuz (as in [[Pit of Gormuz]]) and that it will return again when a dark comet appears in the sky."
"in fact the name of the first of the spawn, and that the arrival of a dark comet will signify its return to life."
Unfortunately due to expenses piling up I need to cancel further subscriptions: The Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Pathfinder Player Companion, Pathfinder Modules and the core Pathfinder Roleplaying Game subscriptions.
That should just leave the Pathfinder Adventure Path subscription.
Nothing against these products (I love them all a lot), I just can't afford all of them right now. Thanks again,
See, I wonder if we have a Superman thing going on here. Mengkare sees what he wants to see, hears what he wants to hear. I have long wondered how much of the shady doings in Hermea he actually knows about, and how much he knows but choose to ignore for the "Good of the Cause". It would definitely add another wrinkle to the LG-LN argument. Is someone, or a group of someones, doing all of the dirty work for Mengkare so he doesn't have to dirty his paws. What if they went to far, what if they stooped to doing things that Mengkare wouldn't approve of but in their eyes it's for the greater good and they don't need to tell Mengkare about them? And as Superman, what if Mengkare knows whats going on but turns a blind eye to it?
Quick art thoughts:
Page 83 - The picture of the Mirror Men and Merisiel may be one of the most beautiful piece of art I've seen in a Pathfinder book.
Page 31 - Feiya looks amazing in this piece.
Page 85 - Courage Heart, Milani's herald has a vague Greek/Roman look to her with is really refreshing in Pathfinder.
All this love for B4 and no mention of Marcus!
"We are Rangers.
When I was younger I wanted to grow long hair to be more like Marcus (sadly my hair curled too much for that). His battle with Neroon is so epic:
This isn't the final description, we won;t get that till this issue is written and/or when the final cover is revealed.
Eric Clingenpeel wrote:
Beat me to it!
Also a Cleric can get an animal companion with the Animal Domain at level 4. One of the Magus Arcana grants a familiar to the Magus.
So only Fighter, Monk, Alchemist and Gunslinger don't have options?
Gunslinger really should have a "Lone Ranger" archetype.
Does Parasitic Twin count for the Alchemist? :)
Sorry, didn't save my files and now the downloads are off.
1) There is at least two pages of spells devoted to companions/familiars.
2) There are about a half dozen archetypes. I believe one of the familiar ones makes it good at pilfering items from enemies (like the monkey from Pirates of the Caribbean). All the archetypes mechanically are like normal PC archetypes but instead swap out abilities the familiar and/or companion would get a certain levels.
3) Don't remember if there was but I glazed through the spells yesterday only.
Irnk, Dead-Eye's Prodigal wrote:
Boreal is in Irrisen: Land of Eternal Winter. Not certain where Winter-Touched Fey is found.
That's were I though I saw the Boreal template. I could have sworn I saw the Winter-Touched Fey template in another book but I could be wrong and it was made specifically for this AP.
Domovoi CG -- People leave bread crumbs for them so they can help around the house and they also protect it.
I also love the idea behind "Toolkit" chapter and I hope we see it for future "Chapter 1" APs. As I was glancing through the adventure I kept thinking to myself "Damn, now I need to figure out were I read the Boreal Creature and Winter-Touched Fey Templates" because of all these creatures seem to have said templates. Very nice to see them reprinted right in this book.
Boon Companion -- treat animal as if your class level + 4