Crane technique: If do right, no can defense.
On a side note, this feat is obviously supposed to emulate deflect arrows but for melee attacks. Why is it do you think the designers decided to give this one an extra bonus over deflect arrows? The bonus being that gargantuan and colossal weapons don't stop it.
It isn't unbalancing, it just seems inconsistent, thoughts?
Sean K Reynolds wrote:
I was perusing this thread and noticed this bit of business policy. Now it seems to me if a book was not sold out and the reasoning was poor quality (hard to read sentences, unbalanced mechanics, general cookiness) it would make more business sense to re-print the book (with edits) and re-release rather then thinking your customers didn't want the kind of content in the particular book.
I mean UM is probably the closest thing paizo has to skirting this line, as through these boards and real life I know at least 70 pathfinder fans that wont buy it, for reasons of unclear writing and not getting as much content for a majority of spell-casters. If UM sells well that's great but if not making a revised UM might be in better interests. (Of course people who bought the unrevised would probably want a free copy so it may or may not balance out).
Just my thoughts.
So wait, the fluff argument is that your family heirloom is mundane... yet you didn't take rich parents so obviously you don't have rich parents.... and yet you expected your poor farmer heritage to afford a masterwork weapon? What?
As far as mechanics go yeah it is about the power of a trait now. Not that my group uses traits.
I'll be honest, if the movies actually followed empire Palpatine, they would have been hell-a boring, or extremely good depending on the director, we would have gotten some sudo political drama.
If it went anything like how robot chicken envisioned it I would watch that over actual star wars any day, and I LOVE star wars.