The question has come up in my game that shouldn't humans also have weapon familiarity? Shouldn't Shoanti treat their bolas as martial weapons? Varisians their bladed scarfs? Taldorans their falcatas? And Tiens their shuriken?
I may simply be wondering this since my Pathfinder RPG cleric is the son of a Taldoran diplomat and I'd like to take proficiency with the falcata for my bonus racial weapon proficiency...
That's reasonable, right?
I watched it last night. I loved it! I am an X-Files and Millennium fan and this show could be just as good if not better than both of them.
Oooo... Millennium. Love me some Frank Black. Best Episode Ever: Somehow Satan Got Behind Me. Maybe one of the best episodes of television ever!
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But as Wes hinted... some day we'll be saying a LOT more about all of the fiends of Golarion.
My one desire for this book is the inclusion of a Neutral Evil fiendish language. I've always thought it silly that devils and demons each have their own tongue, but daemons have to crib from others to speak.
What book disappointed you the most?
1862 by Robert Conroy is the only book in the past 20 years that I've actually been so disgusted with when I finished it, that I threw it away. Didn't give it away, didn't sell it off -- threw it away so that no one would ever read that copy again.
The book is supposed to be an alternate histroy of what would happen if Great Britain sided with the Confederacy during the War of Damnyankee Agression. Only, with the addition of the world's most powerful empire to its foes, apparently the Union whips 'em both -- and faster!