In second edition AD&D, deepspawn were one of the largest creatures in existence. Floating balls the side of large mountains that lived underground in forgotten realms and Greyhawk, mainly. They had mouths and eyes and claws which they could extend as pseudopods at will. That wasn't the scary part, tho. Any living creature they so much as ate a piece of they could duplicate as clones under their nigh-unto direct control, about once every month, I think it was. It wouldn't have the spells of the original, but it would have its supernatural and extraordinary abilities.
Explanation for those who don't get it: In second edition AD&D, deepspawn were one of the largest creatures in existence. Floating balls the side of large mountains that lived underground in forgotten realms and Greyhawk, mainly. They had mouths and eyes and claws which they could extend as pseudopods at will. That wasn't the scary part, tho. Any living creature they so much as ate a piece of they could duplicate as clones under their nigh-unto direct control, about once every month, I think it was. If one ate a piece of Rovagug, it would have the ability to birth a legion of Rovagugs. While lacking the godliness of their original (in Pathfinder terms, they would have supernatural, but not spell-like abilities, duplicated), they would nevertheless be an apocalypse under the control of what amounts to a second lamashtu.
In the description of Zo spaceport in Pact Worlds pg 106, it lists the max item level of a technologically advanced, academic spaceport that is well known as a spaceflight technology bug as being 8th. The only semi-reasonable explanations I can see for it being that low are:
Katina Davis wrote:
Thank you!I don't know whether to put it in the sidecart or ship it now...I would probably go with sidecart if that's cheaper than shipping it in 2 smaller shipments. Also, sorry for the delay in my reply this time. I just got off work.
Sharaya, via email, wrote:
I sent you a couple replies. I think they got misfiled again. Mainly, stating that the email attached to this account is my other email.
Hello, I posted in the electronic subscription thread sometime around the time paizo customer service went on holiday break. I have had my product shipment for the electronic product Solar Sortie "pending" since the 20th or 21st when it came out. I am becoming very distraught and worried, since I am fairly sure I paid for it, and it says it is purchased above the product listing, but it isn't in my downloads. Help would be greatly appreciated.
Katina Davis wrote:
I am having the same problem Jerriko had, and posted under product discussion, since I didn't know this existed, already. I will quintuple-check, but I don't think I have it in my downloads.
Gark the Goblin wrote:
I'd think you could work that into a book about Tian Xia, honestly. The cultures of asia IRL associated so many weather phenomenon with spirits and/or omens...For instance, the Japanese Snow woman (yuki-onna) and Yun-Dun, chinese god of weather, who plays with the clouds like toys.
Thanks! and sorry for the Thread necromancy. I just didn't want to make a new thread just for this question.
James Jacobs wrote:
All of the subdomians folks are looking for (including Nivi's and all of the empyreal lords) will be revealed in Inner Sea Gods, due out soon!
It's probably in there, but IDK. Which source would I find subdomains for Brigh in, as I have found her domains all over the place in Iron Gods AP pdfs of mine, but never subdomains?
Any suggestions, at least? I can't change what my level 1 choices were at this point, and I'll probably be getting gold and a level soon, but planning ahead for once I hit 2nd level would probably help. I should probably take Endurance or Raging Vitality, but I'm not sure which or if I should go with something else entirely, considering I have access to the orc racial feats.
I forgot to include my skills...
I am playing a game of pathfinder with friends. Some of the rules are a little different--namely:
Todd Morgan wrote:
Nate, you've earned it. Congrats.
Things which are legal for play from these sources if you have the right books, but which are not otherwise:
Dodo, Giant Isopod, Dwarf Caiman, Seal, or Marine Iguana familiars
Void and Scalykind subdomains
It's the second. Not all of them are legal, but those which are I won't exclude only because others of them are not. I'm only putting up URLs to them. I'm not able to exclude certain parts of them. If you would like, I can put in a thing detailing which parts of which supplements are legal, but to me it seems somewhat redundant to say "look at the additional resources page" and then tell you the info you need to know from the additional resources page.edit 1:I can no longer edit the first post in the thread, so I will post it below.
nor are the replacement domains for void or Scalykind usable with only core rules. That doesn't mean I will exclude them, if there's something that can be used with core associated with them.
I discluded the two blog posts you posted because I don't think they are usable with only core rules and bestiary. Also, The additional resources is more in general, while I am speaking to new players with only the core rules.edit 1: the first is usable. The second is not.
I would have to agree with Lamplighter and possibly BigNorseWolf here. [somewhere] is the implied location unless otherwise specified otherwise, and it doesn't specify otherwise. He isn't adding rules(and that's precisely what errata does). He's interpreting them as given. The ruling may be corrected in the future, but until then, I would stop arguing with the 4-star GM so harshly.
I would like to start a thread detailing the free stuff you can get in PFS (Pathfinder Society, for those few of you who don't know or recognize this abbreviation), with the Core Rulebook and Bestiary only, for players starting out. For instance, when I started, I wasn't aware of the Rise of the Runelords player's guide, the Curse of the Crimson Throne Player's Guide, or even the traits supplement.
There don't appear to be any rules differences as far as I can tell, though. The Varisian idols have different descriptions, but only in the descriptive text as far as I can tell.
Chris Lambertz wrote:
Additional Resources has been updated! :)
One more question: Where it says that the Varisian Idol is not allowed in the list of either Rise of the Runelords player's guide or Curse of the Crimson Throne Player's Guide, the other doesn't say it, but has the Varisian Idol as well on the listed pages. Is this an error?
Have:On-the-Job Training and Custom Order(season 5 player boons numbers 1 and 12)(description below);
Chris Lambertz wrote:
This has probably been asked before, but I'm not sure what the ruling is, because they were talking about aasimar/tiefling boons in the past tense...I have a few aasimar characters from before they cut off Aasimar/tiefling characters from "always available" resources. Does that let me create characters that are aasimar? or just keep playing the ones I have?