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I am glad the playtest adventures will have full narratives.

I like the meta plot of Doomsday Dawn from the PF2E playtest but the time and kevel gaps between the parts and the infamous endless undead waves battle ruined the fun. I think it is possible to stress test a system without scenarios like this especially when there is already such a huge difference in GM styles in the community that some of the stress will appear intuitively.


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The Sandpoint Splatbook has a lot of this.


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I am a bit peeved about them getting Master in spells. During the Magus playtest it was a huge deal for the Magus to be Master/Master in attacks and spells without them losing out on versatility. I hope that with errata or a Remastered Advanced Player Core that Magus and summoner get a bit of a tune up to reflect this.


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Cori Marie wrote:
They've already confirmed that we will have Thassilonian Sin schools. And that they were actually one of the inspirations for the change as a whole.

This isn't quite what was said. Yes it was part of the inspiration of the new schools. They haven't confirmed that we are going to get them just that they would make them if they became needed.

James Jacobs wrote:
When the time is right, we'll produce remastered information from a rules AND lore perspective for runelords, both the PC option and the in-world villains. That time is not in any of the Player Core or GM Core books, and is thus not going to be a "day 1" update. We'll get there eventually, but in the meantime, if you build a runelord using the pre-remastered rules, they'll still play fine side by side in your home game with any remastered content. It's still 2nd Edition Pathfinder. (That said, if you want your runelord PC to prepare remastered spells, you as the player and your GM will have to make some judgement calls as to what spells are in what schools in the short term.)

Not to harp on Paizo but they have said they would get to many things over the years eventually that we are still waiting on.

I am hopeful but I also won't cross my fingers.


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Well I was gonna say this is cool but not usable for me as I didn't plan to get into 3D printing anytime soon because of all my other hobbies.

Than my Dad told me to check to make sure the Amazon early birthday present he sent arrived ok and opened up a new Ender-3 Neo so it looks like I am diving into 3D printed tabletop.


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Bring on Numeria please


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Perpdepog wrote:

Doesn't that sort of invalidate the magus' and summoner's whole wave casting dynamic? I mean, if the warpriest can have full martial proficiency as well, as well as their spells.

I'm real curious to see if something else on the class chassis had to give for that, or if Paizo has decided that balance point isn't as big a concern as we previously thought, or wha.

Spellstike and Act together are really big pieces that make the Magus and summoner a cut above while using their master master proficiency that warrent their wave casting. Warpriest doesn't have an equivalent feature that warrents losing primary casting.


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Yah giving alchemist master in bombs if bomber and master with mutagen based weapons if mutagenist or master with attacks from alchemical items in general.


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I did not think this is lore that James Jacobs would relent on I am all for it. I also hope it opens up a few more halves Dwarf specifically.


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Those two Warpriest fixes have been more or less my hombrew since release.


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I personally like Cackle and was sad when it was removed during the playtest and the class suffered for it. I like the flavor of the witch invoking the power of their patron causing uncontrollable laughter, and the laughter itself can easily be flavored depending on the patron. Is it painful coughing laughter like when you laughed too long, is it joyous happy laughter like Santa, or maniacal insane laughter or child like giggles?


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I am probably too hopeful that the Alchemist and Warpriest will see significant changes here. Otherwise this sounds good.


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No issues. I will move forward without you. Don't drop unless you feel you need to. Read and post when you can.


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Male CG Undine(frostsoul) Druid(SharkShaman) 5|HP 57/57|AC w/o Shield 18(T:14, FF:15)|AC w/Shield 20(T:14,FF:17)|CMB +6 CMD 20|F:+7, R:+5, W:+7|Init +3|Perc: +10|Speed 20ft., Swim 20ft.|Spells 1st: 3/4, 2nd: 1/3, 3rd:1/1|Hero Point 0|

Same. If I don't end up spending my whole day at work fixing problems night shift caused I should have enough spoons to get Kingmaker back on track too.


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Tanuki! Updates on Ameiko! I AM HYPE!


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I am still here and want to get this back on track. Gotta force myself to make a post in the next day or so. Very sorry for the delays.


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Found a job last week and start today. I will try and get a post up tonight to wrap round 2 and start round 3.


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While we will have to wait for the final rules, the Gardens of wonder seem like they might not be that useful. If the items only last the day and the garden is stationary than the items are effectively useless on any quest or adventure that takes place more than a few hours from the garden.

Think of Kingmaker where players more than most campaigns have a permanent base where they can set one if these up. However even crossing one hex can put you a day away, so if you don't use the consumables right away they are wasted. A 12th level caster with teleport can offset this a bit but that means that caster is always using a slot for tp.

Lots to think about here.


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Went pretty good. They called me in knowing that I am entry level even tho they need an experienced guy. But because of the program that I went through and what I told him I know he said he thi ks he may have space for an apprentice type position. Should hear back in a week.

Only the first place I have interviewed but at least getting a friendly opportunity and some networking can only help.


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On an additional note I landed an interview for a machine shop about 30 minutes away from me as a CNC machine setup and programmer in 8 hours so I should really be asleep! Hopefully I get an offer and being back on a working rythm will help with my depressive funk(and terrible sleep schedule) . Wish me luck, cross your fingers or whatever rituals or you ascribe to for me.


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Can we get a preview of one or two cards? I would love to see what the patterned back looks like.


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Sorry about long delay. Been feeling meh mentally can discuss in discussion if you want. Otherwise lets get this moving again eh?

Assume you get back to Oleg's unscathed. Add any gear you want from the Bandits to your sheets and claim it in a post just for clarity. I will put together some kind of loot sheet for the rest.

I changed the active slide to what will be the next active map. You can change where you are seated at the table if you want but you will all be at one table with all those npcs. I will give you all a day or so to get back in the head space and than we will jump into the prolog.


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In the RL section of the map the random encounter table has hunters and suggests that they are likely neutral friendly npcs who can give rumors. But could be poachers who attack the party instead of being caught.

My question is tho. How could someone tell whonis a hunter and who is a poacher. The Rostlan Hinterlands isn't officially part of Brevoy so who would they be poaching from?


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Been a bit busy with Classes and life. Will get a post up either tonight or tomorrow, sorry for the delay.


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I didn’t get the time to dive into this playtest. But I would love is burn returned as a class arctype the dark elemetalist from 1e might be a good place to fit that. Build burn off of the oracle curse system where as you spend burn you get some negative effect and some positive effect.

Also Please please please please fit lightning/electricity into air someplace. Charged Water was my favorite composite blast from 1e and I don't think the class will feel like a Kineticist without it in 2e.


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So I mostly like the way James incorporated all the Owlcat Companions without changing his own vision for the campaign while at the same time adding loads of additional quests ect. However one that falls short in my opinion is Tristian. Yes the kingdom of the cleansed questline is awesome however I feel it loses a lot without the context of his Owlcat story and that while dealing with the cleansed he is actively seeking redemption for helping Nyrissa.

I feel like there is a way we can incorporate the better parts of that story(definitely NOT the Bald Hilltop curse, that story and questline sucks sorry Owlcat) without breaking the story as James intended and without Spoiling Nyrissa if we as a gm don't want to.

My initial ideas for this change are as follows:

  • Tristian is a fallen Diva previously in service to Sarenrae who tried to stop Nyrissa on his own believing he was as/more powerful than her.
  • Upon being defeated by Nyrissa, Tristian is fooled by her into believing that if he doesn't help her he can never return to being a Diva, not realizing it was she who cursed him NOT Sarenrae.
  • While truly a good and helpful person, Tristan will do what he can to cause the PC's to either fail(So Irovetti can succeed) OR make sure the PC's face many great threats and grow so they can Succeed and be claimed by Nyrissa can claim them for the apology.
  • When Varnhold Vanishes, Tristian insists on coming with the party to the ends that it is a humanitarian crisis that as a follower of Sarenrae he can not ignore, secretly he has been informed by Nyrissa of Vordakai's involvement. Either Nyrissa or Tristian(from when he was a diva) know of the Oculus of Abaddon and he seeks to use it against Nyrissa or to seek redemption from Sarenrae.
  • Which happens is entirely up to PC interactions and influence with him. If the PC's convince him to destroy the Oculus than he manages to contact Sarenrae and learn that it was not she who cursed him(which is why he never lost his cleric powers) but she will not restore him as he needs to seek redemption for believing She would curse him so. Seeking redemption by stopping the Kingdom of the cleansed or dealing with Nyrissa or leading the PC's toward Nyrissa(which he can't do as Nyrissa's curse prevents him from naming or speaking about the the one who placed it upon him).
  • If Tristian succeeds in taking the Oculus and isn't convinced to destroy it he tries to use it personally as a weapon against Nyrissa, the PC's or Irovetti whichever he thinks at the time will help him succeed in becoming a Diva again.
  • If this latter option happens Sarenrae does forsake him and he loses his cleric powers, but the oculus replaces them with similar evil powers. He can still be redeemed in this case but if redeemed Sarenrae will restore him to his Divahood and return his cleric powers but he will be permanently blinded after the removal(and destruction) of the Oculus. At the GM's digression this may also remove Nyrissa's curse preventing him from revealing her.
  • If the PC's instead claim the Oculus and immediately destroy it Tristian is upset but relived that the temptation is removed and remains a companion but he won't/can't be restored to being a diva until he realizes it wasn't Sarenrae who cursed him which may be hard or impossible without him breaking or bypassing Nyrissa's curse of servitude first.
  • If the PC's instead claim the Oculus and decide to use or keep it Tristian leaves the party as a companion and either finds redemption on his own, or Joins Nyrissa at the house at the edge of time as her ally when the PC's eventually get there. Depending upon how the PC's deal with her and if he survives the encounter he may at that point potentially be redeemed as a Diva and rejoin the party as a Companion against the Lantern King.

There is a lot to go over here and I am typing this long after I should be asleep so it might not all make sense but what are any of your thoughts or ideas on this. I just personally feel Tristian is much more compelling as a fallen Diva involved with the main plot than as an amnesiac Aasimar who helps against some cultists. I do however understand why James didn't weave him into the plot since he is a companion and the companion guide is strictly optional content that not everyone may want or have for their game. That said before mentioning that it greatly alters Nyrissa's involvement in the story in a way that brings her to the forefront of what is meant to be a sandbox campaign. Having her meddle constantly with all of Tristian's owlcat shenanigan like the Mist, fooling Johd, helping spread the bloom, opening the bald hilltop curse, working with the defaced sisters to gain the oculus ect. all force Nyrissa and thus the campaign to finding and dealing with her and putting the PC's ability to engage in a sandbox at ends with constant threats of their kingdoms imminent doom. I am trailing on.

tldr: Should Tristan have more of his Owlcat story and if so what are your ideas?


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The bandit in the tree stand clearly sees he has met his match and wimpers while both dropping his bow and dropping to lay prone on the tree stand so he can no longer be seen from the ground.

The leader wounded and surrounded and nearly alone runs toward the end of the clearing.
Full round action withdrawl first square being a NE move which should avoid AoO by both Ludi and Emerald. I think I counted 12 squares of movment right.

Round 5
Hadin 7/12
Round 6

  • Emerald
  • Ludivine 10/11 HP
  • Actaeon
  • Sirinus
  • Bandit 2 AC 13 HP 1/9 (in eastern tree stand)(Prone with total cover)
  • Kressle AC 15 HP 1/17
  • Hadin 7/12 HP

What did you do to make the Paizo gods mad at you Actaeon!? These rolls are insane


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Abadar definitely fits. In the Owlcat crpg there is actually an early offer from an npc Cleric of Abadar who wants to loan you a ton of resources in exchange for making Abadar the patron deity of your Barony.


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A bit disappointed in the players guide. It provides no lore info for the campaign for players. All the mechanical info for running a kingdom is nice but does nothing to help a player decide what to play. The backgrounds are fine but without attached lore info a player likely doesn't know anything about Brevoy, Rostland, Issia, Restov or any of the nobel families. The 1E players guide is strictly better as a players guide in every way when it comes to helping one decide what kind of character to play and what the recent lore is that is relevant info for a player to know.


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shroudb wrote:
Ravingdork wrote:

A GM who won't allow Delay during Encounter Mode is breaking the rules of the game, which is bound to lead to understandable player upset.

Just wait for the sound of the shot before acting. No telepathy needed, you just need working ears (or in the case of quieter weapons like bows, eyes.)

A gout of blood from the enemy makes for a pretty clear signal that it's time to act.

It's the players who ask to break the rules to begin with though...

A gout of blood from the enemy is also a pretty clear signal for the enemy to act as well.

The enemy also has working eyes and ears. Reaction speed to that stimuli IS initiative to begin with.

There's bound to be concessions when we are already acting outside of the rules since going by RAW surprise rounds do not exist at all.

If the players take fault by my approach, then there's no issue, I can go RAW and have the enemies magically sensing that "something is up" the second initiative is rolled.

I don't see where you see breaking of raw.

If someone declares intent to use an action that causes initiative, initiative is rolled. Being in encounter mode doesn't give any super sense that something is wrong or that people should fight. All the enemies know is what their senses tell them. The party is presumably in on the plan and thus delaying until someone (hopefully the sniper) acts hostile is totally within the realm of raw for encounter mode and the delay action.


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The tldr of this is that if at any point someone wants to use actions that are only used in Encounter mode than initiative is rolled. This case would also be a good use of secret checks to avoid meta.


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Lighting my big purple Torch is support of a 2E tech guide or Numeria AP


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Thanks for all the advice some of it will be useful but we ended up in a slightly different place. She ended up deciding on Elf(Tiefling) Wild order Druid. She decided she wants to eat faces as an (Owl)Bear instead of be a pretty plant lady.


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Put simply if Restov made any moves to expand the Surtova's woukd view it as an act of war against the crown and to reclaim Rostland now that house Rogvaria is gone. Issia has way more funds and a bigger army. By funding the initial settlements Aldori hopes that the new nation will be an ally but knows that Issia could try and influence you politically so it is a gamble.


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Been reading the new pdfs between my classes and there is lots of new stuff to love. Also the beginning level curve was accelerated. Once I get a handle on it all I will get it put on to here so we can get at it.


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A lot of people here are making assumptions in both directions between rules and setting/lore.

While the foundation of technology is present in Golorian and thus an industrial or technological revolution could happen. Is that the story that the devs want to tell? Is it one that many people want to play? Will it sell? In lore things work fundamentally similar to how they do in real life so anything is possible. Magic is fairy common as well and as players and gms we can decide how common. However there are many things that limit access to both magic and technology in setting, mostly money and prestige. As players we get to handwave access to lots of things. Bun npcs have to take traditional routes. Sandpoint one of the most well known towns in setting has a population of 2k and has around only 10 named npcs with casting ability.

Jumping to technology Numeria the town of Torch which is one of the only places on the whole planet that Skymetal can be forged doesn't have anyone who can even make tech because most Numerian tech is beyond even current real technology.

The biggest in universe reason stopping/slowing advances is the lack or centralized government and trade. Alkenstar keeps its tech to itself. The technic league hoards the tech in Numeria. Than we have world ending disasters nearly twice a year when is there time to organize to even begin a revolution?


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Ok all voices heard.

Tomorrow I am gonna get this Encounter back on track. After we finish it and get back to a safe local I think I want to do a brief pause to see what the new version can offer and make any changes I like.

Had a very stressful weekend but on the inverse I started my classes today and it seem promising and the class is small so should be able to get good 1 on 1 time with the professor.

@Ludi because you asked before the program is officially called CNC.CA which itself is part of the PNT.aas associates degree track.

Here is hoping relearning and using trig after not being in a math based field or school for over 10 years doesn't melt my brain.


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I want the divine prestige classes back as either open archetypes or class archetypes for Cleric, Champion and maybe oracle. Inquisitor would be cool. The CN and LN champion causes.

Most of all I want Divine fighting techniques back as combat style archetypes. I specifically want Bladed Brush, Shooting Star and Tankard and Rapier above others but I would like to see as many as possible. I just don't see this happening tho because it takes a lot of room to print specific feats for a bunch of deities. If they don't appear in a book it would be nice if they could slowly appear as web supplements like some of the extra deites added to Gods and Magic afterwards.


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I want to add that James and others have said that the kingdom building was completely redone from the ground up. So much so that instead of the 1e like 4x4 grid the 2E version has it's own character sheet as well as an optional player facing GM screen called the kingdom management screen. Also just because the adventure is over doesn't mean the campaign is. There are lots of plots in the River Kingdoms and Brevoy(even a little in Numeria if you want) which all border the players kingdom that leave tons of room to keep a game in and around the stolen land to never end.

I.e.

  • Which side of the Brevoy civil war does your kingdom side with?
  • Depending on which side of the Brevoy civil war you are on affects how you interact with Mivon
  • Gralton and Galt are on your southern border are you a refuge for those affected by the constant rebellion or are you aligned with the nobels putting the pesants down.
  • What are your interactions with Daggermark like? Are they next after
    Spoiler:
    Pitax
  • Fort Inevitable is in the river kingdoms but pretty heavily violates the river freedoms. Does your kingdom care? If they do is it worth angering the Hellknights to deal with it
  • The stolen lands are covered with the ruins of over a thousand years of attempts at settlement. What happens when the descendants of those past attempts come claiming that they actually own/rule that land?


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I slightly agree with Not Tooth Bag.

I will add to the conversation that elemental damage types that attack spells do are more common weaknesses than physical. Also attack spells scale higher than martial attacks so will do more dpr when they hit. So anyone like a Psychic who needs to hit spell attacks to work needs to spend the time to make sure they have the best chance to hit(like targeting mobs>bosses, using skills or other spells to lower ac ect.).


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Something I didn't see anyone mention here is that a Champions tenants are purposefully in order.
Alignment>Cause>Deity
If your Alignment or cause would require you to kill an undead it would supercede your deities anathema. Edit:Specifically if you were a CE antipaladin of Urgathoa your Cause requiring you to "destroy that which stands in your way." gives you an easy pass to destroy any hostile undead.

I haven't read through my issue of Blood lords yet so I can't say it would be a bad choice but am leaning towrds it might be. A Cleric on the other hand only has their deities tenants so it would be a harder case. That said I don't think any deity begrudges their followers defending themselves if needed. So if you had to kill an undead to save yourself you are probably fine, but if undead are the primary enemy you should probably stick to support for those fights and as a cleric be glad that you don't have a tenant that says you can't knowingly cause harm by inaction.

On the cleric angle it might be interesting to play it how a Sarenraite would, where you offer any intelligent undead the choice of surrender and if they ever cry mercy you will heal them, but if they refuse and insist on trying to kill you they are fair game to your allies at the very least.


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I think the Spontaneous vs Prepared makes the Witch a better Occult caster that also has room in their Spellbook(Familir) for utility/non-combat magic where as limited spells known makes a Psychic specialize. While the Psychic cantrips with amps are cool, the limted nature of a Spontaneous repertoire means they will be better in focused cases, but a witch will have a wider breadth of options will still having standard cantrips and focus spells for their all day options. While I think a witch could be a more powerful combatant with some tweaks they are a great class that can server a lot of roles. At least what I have so far read of the Psychic they don't have as much general utilities as classes like Wizard, Witch and Bard, but wouldn't take the spot as primary caster in most parties like a witch can.


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Don't know the name of the program it is funded by the NJ Workforce Development program and run by the manufacturing teacher at the Camden County College.

On that front I got news that I was accepted! I just need to dig through paperwork to find my HS diploma to fill out the starting paperwork.


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Kasoh wrote:
Totally Not Gorbacz wrote:
Gamerskum wrote:
Golarion always struck me as Forgotten realms without the high-level NPCs tending bar and before 4e mucked it up.
So who is Golarion's Drizzt and Elminster?

Aroden was the Elminster archetype.

There are a few options for Drizzt types, but most of them are members of the Pathfinder society. Durvin Gest or Eando Kline come to mind, but I suppose in terms of 'Has some books about them' There's Count Varian Jeggare.

The main difference is these figures in Golorian are usually in the past and if they still exist in the present they are beyond the affairs of mortals kind of thing now like the Ruby Phoenix. The Paizo team is very careful not to have regularly occurring high level people who aren't PC's meddling around. Usually when high level npc's start making waves it ends up in an AP.


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PossibleCabbage wrote:
In the hundred years since Aroden died, four more people have gained divinity through the test of the Starstone,

The Other Ascended gained their godhood through the Starstone LONG before Aroden died.

Norgerber ascended about 2800 years ago.
Cayden roughly 2000 years ago and Iomadae about 900 years ago. There is no 4th that I know of. A recent web fiction implied a new hopeful passed the first trial but had not confirmed she made it to the stone or what her name as a Deity is if she did in fact Ascend.

For reference the Starstone was raised 4722 years ago which started the current calander and years system of AR we know this because the Golorian current year follows the current year on real life earth from 2007 but in the 47th century thus when Rise of the Runelords was released it was 4707 on Golorian and it is currently 4722 on Golorian. This is a bit odd tho because although the year and date change to match real Earth, Earth in the Pathfinder universe is something like 90 years in tbe past to real Earth being somewhere around 1930 currently.

Also if we are being technical the Starstone only killed one deity. A second deity sacrificed themselves to render its magic inert.

Also someone mentioned Rise being the reason for runestones being how enchanting is being done. As far as I know this is not the case I have run and read Rise a few times and Rune magic and runestones are not related and the exploration of rune magic didn't start in karge until after Return of the runelords which was only 4 or so years ago in Golorian not long enough for Runestones to have completely replaced old enchanting it like Aeon stones was as far as I can tell done to make enchanting mechanically easier in the rules and remove item crafting feats from the mix and allow anyone (with ome feat) to make magic gear now without having to be magical themselves. In fact rune magic is actually closer connected to aeon stones as their use in Azlanti, Thassilonian and Rune magic was a technique lost during earthfall but recently being relearned since. Again as far as I can find between RotR, SS, and REotR rune magic and runestones have no relation and are not related to their use in 2E as the means of Enchantment it is just a setting change that isn't explained in lore, alongside abolishment of slavery changes to deities profiles as well as removing some badly written sexist and other -ist lore.

Sorry for wall of text I don't know why those things bothered me so much.


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The white robed Seltyiel is interesting in the art.


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HP 33/33|AC 18(20 w/ Shield),Touch 14, Flat-Footed 14(16 w/ Shield)|F+3,R+1,W+3 (+1 vs. fear)|Init.+0|Perception +3|Hero Point 1| Shoanti Aasimar(Angelkin) NG Male Oracle 3

I am for sure interested in seeing where this AP can go so if everyone else is down I would like to see if we can get a replacement otherwise it was fun and do what you need to take care of yourself GM. I assume like me, most of us game to have fun and reduce stress if it is doing the opposite take a break.

-Best regards,
Tooantuh Shundar-Quah Diplomat


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Yah, the Paizo roller really does have it out for you. I am gonna give it to you because you are only 1 off and burnt a hero point, lets call it a glancing blow for 1/2 damage.

Actaeon fires an arrow in reprisal to the vile bandit in the tree. His anger makes him shake and the arrow only slices along his shoulder.

Turn Order

  • Round 1
  • Bandit 1 -4/? HP
  • Emerald
  • Ludivine 10/11HP
  • Actaeon
  • Bandit 3
  • Sirinus
  • Bandit 2
  • Kressle
  • Hadin


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Male CG Undine(frostsoul) Druid(SharkShaman) 5|HP 57/57|AC w/o Shield 18(T:14, FF:15)|AC w/Shield 20(T:14,FF:17)|CMB +6 CMD 20|F:+7, R:+5, W:+7|Init +3|Perc: +10|Speed 20ft., Swim 20ft.|Spells 1st: 3/4, 2nd: 1/3, 3rd:1/1|Hero Point 0|

Stranger Things 4 is great! Season 3 was such a slow burner and felt very insignificant a lot of the time. 4 was hit to hit and finally gave us Eleven' full Origin that it felt like season 3 wasn't telling the whole story. Can't wait for part two.

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