Apparently, playtest Kyra has an 18 Wis and a whole bunch of other comfortable positives, so this whole stat panic is entirely misplaced. Also, you can assume the devs are aware of the kinds of stats needed to play their new game... ;o)
I'm assuming there's a fourth stage after class that allows you another free +2 to round off your character so allow for one 18 at 1st.
Mark Seifter wrote:
There is a skill feat that, depending on your current rank, lets you just succeed at tasks with your skill when they are below a certain threshold without even rolling. This is particularly useful if you are under stress, debuffed, or in bad circumstances, as you can just succeed at those tasks despite your penalties. It's not an especially giant threshold; it's mainly to help you auto-succeed at tasks that have become mundane for you by now, like you said.
Ah, nice. I'm assuming that doesn't work for weapons or armor, though? It would be weird to auto-succeed at hitting enemies...
Seriously, this «Morgan Champion» thing is creeping me out. My Paizo identity is «Catharsis». Something fishy is going on with the accounts.
Guy Humual wrote:
Not sure if any of this is related but the hyper links to access "Sign in", "My Account", and "Shopping Cart" aren't active on Firefox, the "Help/FAQ" is working though. Those links are working on Google Chrome, which is how I was able to log in and report this.
I have the same problem with Firefox. Incidentally those links are working on Pale Moon 27.0.6, which is what I'm currently using.
Godzilla: Final Wars
Delightful, your last sentence should read "I don't know [b]how[b] you Americans like your Libertarianism". Sorry to be a pendant, but i'm getting really tired of people missing or misspelling words in sentences.
SciShow did a video about this- I guess I'll have to take a look at it..
That's "descriptor" and "infinite".
1) Rogues and ninjas. Replace with the thief class, which would specialize in disappearing and stealing stuff.
Why is it so difficult to determine what has Lawful and / or Chaotic alignments, but so easy to determine Good and Evil alignments?
I'd say that you can think of examples of Lawful Neutral and Chaotic Neutral characters. I'd say that Judge Dredd is Lawful Neutral, for example.
Actually, I was working on making Traits and feats more compatible. In one of my GITP threads, I posited that all characters would have Trait points equal to their character level plus one. PCs would get an additional 2 Trait points at start plus extra Trait Points from bonus feats. Weak feats (e.g. Dodge, Weapon Focus) would be downgraded to Traits and cost one Trait point while standard feats would cost 2 points each. Characters could either save their Trait points to buy new feats or purchase a trait at one level, then upgrade it to a feat the next level.
I couldn't get past page 2 of Dacre Stoker's & Ian Holt's supposed sequel to Dracula. Is it so much to ask that people actually READ the book they are trying to make a sequel to?
Actually, it's shown at the end of the film that the humans actually manged to rejuvenate the Earth.
This is why I decided to have corporeal undead's bonus hit points based on Strength. It makes Strength more important, and seems fairer and more plausible than basing bonus hit points on a mental or social attribute. (As well as my long experience with other game systems such as the pre-6th Hero System and Fourth Edition GURPS). I also developed a feat called "Strong Muscles" which when taken, enable the character to add his (or her) Strength bonus to each hit dice.
If they do an Unchained Wizard, I'd have it a rule that you have to have a spell of the previous level in that school before learning a higher-level spell in that School -i.e. before your wizard can cast Invisiblity, he (or she) has to have both a Illusory cantrip and a 1st-level Illusion spell in his (or her) spellbook (or Spell Mastery).
Here is my version of your suggested archetype:
Mystics are a breed apart among wizards, and are often mistaken for sorcerers, as they can learn spells without needing to add them to spell books. However,While Mystics do not need spell books, they still need to prepare spells as per any prepared caster.
Spell Memorization (Ex): When a Mystic learns a spell, he must memorize the new spell in a complex ritual.below). The mystic does not need a spell book, but instead stores and prepares his spell by spending the preparation time in a light trance. This ability replaces both arcane bond and the spell books class feature. Note: Spell Memorization does not remove the need to pay for the spell. Instead of using ink the mystic must spend an equal amount of gold pieces on rare incense.
Spell Swap (Ex): At 1st level, a Mystic may swap any prepared spell for another of the same level, provided the caster has all required spell components. This ability replaces Scribe Scroll.
Improved Spell Knowledge: A Mystic can select any spell from the witch spell list instead of the sorcerer/wizard spell list. This ability replaces bonus feats.
How is this?
You might want to look at an elementalist wizard then. (Otherwise, if you're playing a blaster wizard you should probably take the admixture school. I'd also recommend you check out the Guide to the Blockbuster Wizard in the Class Guide section of these message boards). I'd also suggest that the 18 stat be assigned to Int(or Cha if you go with the sorceror option), with the other two high stats assigned to Con & Dex. (Str should be your dump stat, regardless of whether you're playing a wizard or sorceror).
When I was building an exploiter wizard using the Tabletop Giant character creator, I could select the Extra Reservoir feat, but not the Extra Arcanist Exploit feat, which is what I wanted. Since the character generator is supposed to produce PFS legal characters, it seems that exploiter wizards are not allowed to take the /Extra Arcanist Exploit feat.
Actually, it was a plot point in one episode of the original Captain Scarlet & the Mysterons that gambling is a sackable offense for Spectrum members.Aloso I'd rather play in an Arcana Evolved game than Pathfinder as I'd rather play a magister instead of a sorceror or wizard.