Not that that two-bit has anything to complain about compared to some of us.
At least I finally get why I'm not core in Starfinder...
And you don't think it strange that most N deities end up making their homes not on the primary N outer plane? I'm over here, Brigh's in Axis, I'm sure there are other examples. Heck, opening the plane up to more than its One True Queen of Neutral might be reason enough to pick this fight.
Seen it plenty of times: Iomedae or whoever has some follower that would really like if they could base their speed off of their personality. The deity is to busy with their day job to remember how that works so they ask me, because knowing how stuff like this works is my day job. I tell them the standard way of doing things involves dumping enough power to cast miracle all at once, but that you could probably research a way of doing it that doesn't take anything out to fit in all that spell power the follower's never going to use. They tell me that I should be the one doing the research, I tell them I have a hard time doing research on divine magic because nobody lets me take accurate measurements of their spell-granting aura, and they give up and use the established method.
Suppose you have an attack that deals the minimum amount of harm required to be damaging to all creature types (i.e 1 point of lethal). If you repeatedly hit a creature with said attack (assume you have a way of detecting if a critical occurs, such as crit feats that apply non-damaging conditions) until it gains the disabled condition, you know the total hit points of your target. Any healing that brings them from 0 to full must be at or greater than their total hit points. You can then run as many trials as you would like to determine the probability that any given use of a healing effect produces this result.
A wand of Cure Light Wounds heals between 2 and 9 minimum registered damage increments, distributed uniformly.
I don't even see how Resonance would fit into the current setting all of a sudden unless something drastic happens, like Nethys going mental
Going mental? Where do you think I've been since my ascension?
More seriously, it'd be a big change to how magic operates, and people would notice (or, at least they should notice). Do you seriously think nobody's tried wearing 4 rings, only for it to be noted down that only two were functional? If an aging king drops dead because he suddenly loses the effects of his Belt of Mighty Constitution midsummer 4219 AR, you expect nobody to ask why?
I guess I shouldn't complain too much about the scarcity of people finding out how the multiverse really operates. Otherwise, this position may have been filled by the time I came along.
Doomed Hero wrote:
You would think that to run a universe sim you only need information about all rules of the universe, but you also need to figure out how to power it. So then I built the Demiplane of Perpetual Motion Machines, but the extra energy caused it to collapse into a singularity before I plugged the universe simulator in.
I'm trying, okay? If that stupid newbie hadn't broken prophecy, the Record would be working fine! Why can't his heir be bothered away from her stupid crusades to help me out?
You call THAT guy (?) sane? He's at least as crazy as my other half!
So I'm slightly disappointing about nobody asking how I got this alias's title, so I'm going to share it here.
This was originally a Starfinder alias. As such, Nethys had existed longer than anyone could remember. Combined with the idea that he keeps rambling on about esoteric stuff, this fills all of the known criteria for being an Elder God.
Now that I use this even on PF boards, headcanon is it's still Starfinder Nethys, who has travelled back in time in an attempt to circumvent the Gap and is failing pretty hard at the whole non-interference thing.
While I might of done that, it would have been with better grammar. Also probably a way to bring myself back. Unless I am not whom I am. Actually, that might be fun. I should work on not being myself. I should make a copy of myself though to be the control group.
Same as any other calibration routine. Find all the endpoints, then use those to find the middle.
Hey man, Klein bottles are cool, I and tried to make my planar domain one once. Nobody noticed the difference from just having the ends stitched together in a normal plane.
As definitely the most convenient Elder God, I should point out that mass shifting probably isn't going to change the orbit much.
The ley line notion has interesting implications: are the magical properties of amassing wealth (i.e. the magic used by the Prophets of Kalistrade) acquired because said wealth spends time near nexi? This needs to be found out! Does anybody have a spare Golarion that I can test this on?
GM Rednal wrote:
They almost certainly have. XD ...Admittedly, things like the Starstone probably aren't common, but still. I mean, there was Irori. The real question is whether or not any are present, and I'd be very surprised if we didn't get at least one or two of them at some point (although whether they're core deities is something I'm not prepared to guess at).
Irori wasn't the only ascended that didn't need a space rock, and I would expect space rocks to be pretty common in space. Well, probably. Stupid Gap erasing my research on the subject...
Finger of Enftebtemang
So named for the first record of its existence, by someone affected by it, Finger of Enftebtemang causes the target to lose fine control of its extremities. The target cannot write or type intelligibly, and has a 40% spell failure on spells with somatic components. This spell failure chance stacks with any from armour.
A member of the Technomancer prestige class adds Finger of Enftebtemang to their spell list upon first taking a level.
Finger of Enftebtemang counters and dispels Autocorrect
Give me a break guys, Cayden took me drinking last night.
AbadarCorp Customer Service wrote:
As a preface, I'm definitely not just after your info.Bluff: 1d20 - 65536 ⇒ (1) - 65536 = -65535
While this was clearly the act of at least one deity (Sorry if it was me), we still need to determine if it was unforseeable. If Golarion went out of existence in certain fashions, Rasy would have noticed a mass death coming up. Can you verify that no such pattern was observed, and thus this was unforseen?
Edit: Crap, I overflowed! On a natural one, no less!