Thrice Great Hermes wrote:
Why would they want to do that when they can evolve it? I don't want P1 classes ported as-is into Starfinder.
Robert Gooding wrote:
Which is what they’re still doing.
Oh no wait, they worked out a deal with Archon to get people their stuff.
Uh, I think from what we’ve been shown thus far Paizo is trying to not be partners with ND. They’re juts kinda stuck with em to a certain extent until this gets resolved.
You might be waiting a little while sadly, high level stuff doesn't sell that well from what last I knew.
In a way yes, too much to describe in one post but basically instead of ranks you use profiency and it grows more naturally in things, attacking, casting, AC, Saves, skills.
So everything flows it feels like rather than a treadmill you have to build on.
Also everybody gets different kinds of feats to customize their character. Not a lot with how few books we have at the moment but they are growing with each book.
It's a different edition, not a completely different game though.
"Dr." Cupi wrote:
He's that good.
So we have one who wants to rebuild the Society in one way, one who wants to protect Society members, one who wants to explore more.
And one who just wants to punish our "enemies" whoever they may be moreso than we may have already done so for whatever they may or may not have done instead of any of those other things....
There's some valid points to three but at least I know who I'm not voting for.
(Hint hint, it's not the psychotic demagogue)
Jessica Redekop wrote:
Vexies was asking for Solarion stuff though.
It’s valid, just point out you’re rating it on those areas ^w^
It also lets the writers and Paizo know what parts you like.
You can review it on those prospects :3
SF as written "works" as long as you don't look or interact with the setting much. Thats the reason why all APs happen far away from any form of civilization.Wat.
If you don't and the players don't follow the railroad and instead want to get creative and use all the tools they have in a modern/futuristic setting like extensive bribery, hacking, social engineering, exploiting the police (swating), etc. it becomes quickly apparent that the SF setting has massive cracks because the only goal during its design was to support typical D&D like fantasy adventures of 4 to 5 dudes going into a dungeon, murder things and emerge with loot.
'Archon Studio didn't owe you anything' - they make it sound like we should be happy to get something if and when we get it; after all the issues with this KS that is pretty insensitive. (as posted on the kickstarter page....)
Archon wasn't the ones that dropped the ball, they didn't have to do anything. Even still, they're going to take a $450,000 hit to make sure people get their minis.
Something like that should earn some shred of good will towards them.