Sarcasm Dragon wrote:
Now that Pathfinder 2.0 is coming out, I'm worried that a VOCAL MINORITY of Commoner-haters will complain enough that Paizo will buff Commoners in PF2. Some of us like Commoners exactly the way they are now, and if Paizo won't respect the tradition of what a Commoner is in Pathfinder 2e, I wont be playing the new Pathfinder game.
There will never be a Pathfinder 3.0. Remember, everyone who plays Pathfinder 2.0 is doing so because they hate switching editions. That's why all of them switched from 3.5 to Pathfinder 1, and then from Pathfinder 1 to Pathfinder 2. As we all know, past action is never an indicator of future action. That's why if someone switched from 3.5 to Pathfinder 1, you know they will never switch to Pathfinder 2, because they hate switching so much! Similarly, if anyone switches to Pathfinder 2, you know that those same people would be unwilling ever to switch systems again. Paizo knows this too, which is why they will never release a Pathfinder 3.
Commoners are only week if you view the game as a competition to see who can do the most damage like an MMO. In a REAL LIFE Pathfinder game, the GM can just arrange things so that the commoner can shine. If you are finding commoners are overshadowed then you're just a bad GM.
Besides, I was playing a commoner the other day and I rolled TWO critical hits in a row! Seriously, that's how awesome commoners are. No one else was that powerful.
Being ninja'd is not allowed. Ninjas must follow a code of honor, and hence must be lawful.
Yea, when video games were invented in 1947, D&D really went downhill. We all remember how much better RPGs were in the 1930s.
No, see, I just invented a made up title for myself: I am the Arbiter of LOLing. With my new made-up title, I decree that anyone who Lols in this thread is a cheater. I'm allowed to lol, though, because it's fun, and I support fun. But only when I do it, because I have a made-up title.
Sarcasm Elemental wrote:
I tried shipping it, but Ships of Golarion is totally half-assed. I won't be able to ship anything until Paizo releases a 1366 page hardcover titled Ships, Boats, and Barges of the Inner Sea.
I always thought of Paladins as needing the code because they're not really the good guys. They are hammers of the Faith but that power is too much for many to handle. So the code exists to force them on the straight and narrow because they could be corrupted by it too easily.
Must be why wizards and clerics get an even stricter code. They get even more power, so obviously they must have a stricter alignment restriction and a stricter code than paladins!
Orfamay Quest wrote:
The only time-traveling power in Pathfinder is Time Stop, which requires 17th level. Time travel in Back to the Future is more powerful, hence Doc must be a god.
Man, I must have missed all those heavy tactical and moral restrictions in the wizard class. Mind pointing out the wizard's alignment restriction?
Well obviously, ever story about vampires in every culture prior to 2005 had vampires destroyed by all the things you list. Then Twighlight showed up and ruined it, and now people expect there to be differences between vampires in different works of fiction? Bah, everyone knows that before Twighlight, every vampire in every work of fiction functioned in exactly the same way and had exactly the same powers and vulnerabilities.
Kirth Gersen wrote:
But--but-- DC 40? That's too anime! If you add more size categories above colossal, the game automatically becomes indistinguishable from 4e!
That "Weapon Training" doesn't necessarily count as "Weapon Training" because a FAQ says some things that aren't called "Weapon Training" don't count as "Weapon Training" (but some do!)
NOTHING counts as weapon training. If something counted as weapon training, it would be too anime for Pathfinder and therefore can't be in the game.
I don't want to see anything fun in Starfinder. No fun allowed here :p
The 4e PHB asserts that the game is supposed to be fun. Hence, any game which is in any way fun is automatically the same as 4e. We all know that 4e is a conspiracy by MMO Illuminati to destroy our hobby, thus any game which is fun will be the death of Real Roleplaying games.
Despite the game doing wonders of giving the fighter more interesting things to do, my 10th level fighter was still doing the exact same thing she did at 1st level.
As opposed to the far more dynamic growth of the Pathfinder fighter, where you start at first level indistinguishable from a Commoner with higher numbers and capable of nothing but full attacks, before gaining a variety of unique game-changing capabilities that no other class can get and that are completely different from what you did at 1st level.
I just flagged your post as "just wanted to try the flagging system." There, now you have a flag for when you get to Mars.
Bah, just ask the GM to house-rule coal to be cheaper. Environmental science isn't an MMO!
I'll be fine as long as Pathfinder 2.0 is NOT IN ANY WAY "Fun." In 4e, the PHB asserts that the game is supposed to be Fun, and the DMG encourages you to try to make sure gaming is Fun for everyone playing with you. Everyone knows that 4e was just a conspiracy by the socialist communist capitalist illuminati to destroy our sacred hobby. Therefore, so-called "Fun" must also be a part of the conspiracy, and hence is to be avoided at all cost. In fact, any game which is "Fun" will inevitably be identical to 4e.
As long as Pathfinder 2.0 is not Fun, I'll enj-
As long as Pathfinder 2.0 is not Fun, I'll be satisfied.
Just one thing, Rule 0 should be printed at the top of every page.
Even better, just get rid of every rule except rule 0, and leave the rest of the book blank. And every supplement can be completely blank. It still costs $50 a copy, though, because anyone who deserves to be playing a tabletop game can create a system that's way better than Pathfinder, just because Rule 0 is printed in a Paizo book.
For a bit of lighter news, the next President may have to deal with pirates in Iceland.
Well obviously, Trump could just build a Biglier wall around the pirates. In the middle of the water.
Scott Betts wrote:
But I wanna blame the communist socialist Muslim atheist Nazi teachers' unions for my poor education!
Yea, I once played a totally different game with totally different rules. That game had a subsystem with the same name as a common synonym for supernatural power. I didn't like that subsystem. Therefore, any other game using that word is automatically terrible, even if the only thing it has in common is the name and is in a totally different game system.
Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
Just as long as it's not Vince Foster!
Steve Geddes wrote:
I just flagged every post you've ever made as "just wanted to try the flagging system."
I think the point is metals in general are generally poisonous to life,
Oh, yea, having iron in your body is horrible! It's not like your body uses iron in hemoglobin! Iron deficiency is a totally healthy condition, and not a common cause of dizziness, fatigue, or a weakened immune system!