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If the mini you have has an open hand, you could get a reaper flaming sphere and glue(plastic main mini) or green stuff (metal) on the sphere, I got my spheres in a pack of three from a third party, and they are big, so there may be balance issues if you use a lighter main mini. The spheres are translucent red and paintable.

I got home and realized the sphere is way too big for that, but you could cut off the wisp of fire at the top. Also, if you don't mind cutting up a different mini, the red wizard mini from the new dnd icons booster set has great magic hands, might be able to snag one for an ok price on ebay. Looking at the red wiz I have,.his right hand looks like it could pop off, and with a good glue, no need to repaint. On a side note, I do not recommended buying a booster for that icons line, especially for pc minis, imo there are only two good and one exceptional pc minis in the set, and the red wiz is the standout.'ll


If the mini you have has an open hand, you could get a reaper flaming sphere and glue(plastic main mini) or green stuff (metal) on the sphere, I got my spheres in a pack of three from a third party, and they are big, so there may be balance issues if you use a lighter main mini. The spheres are translucent red and paintable.


As far as a weapon swap goes, many of the eastern martial arts weapons were based on farm and craft tools that peasants who were not allowed weapons used to defend themselves. Place such a restriction in Europe, and you would likely have similar if not the same weapons. The weapons that do not match the farm tool/ trade tool modified for combat group, like a sai, could easily just be be allowed as a special dagger and so forth. A restriction on weapons also gives the monastery as a whole a reason to be an unarmed combat group, as stated above.


I would like to play a LN (leaning towrds Ra) cleric, healing capable but with sun maybe fire domain. I have a backstory, and will tend to be a quiet, healing focused half orc untill undead appear.....


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Also, in classic feudal terms, a Viceroy was nearly a king in terms of status, but controlled an area either on the fringe of the kingdom (usually empire for a Viceroy, or a very large kingdom)or in an area outside the main borders of the kingdom that is still considered part of the kingdom or empire. Baron is a good title/status, since the relative power and influence of a Baron varies drastically. Some barons are just successful land owners, some control large areas or large towns, and everything in between.


If you like tactics games at all, the Ogre Tactics is the best mix of team building and near impossible difficulty. Seems like Atlus may be broke by now, any chance Paizo would pick up a small franchise like that and perhaps make a tabletop/minis game or even a expansion into Pathfinder out of it? The classes were always an interesting mix to me.


Lazarus from the Bible was a holy zombie perhaps......


Garravank, Goul King, perhaps with a careful paintjob in regal colors and a file job with gold paint for that fetish in his hand will be perfect. It will give the impression I want for this NPC: a combination of gluttonous luxury matched with a foul personality and face.


Thank you very much, I did not go to the Reaper website, just looked at the Reaper stuff here, there are a few there that might do. Cheers!


So a major NPC in an campaign "plugin" i want to write is an evil alchemist named Fat Nero. I wanted a sweet mini to help me set up for trial runs and to help with inspiration. I found zero suitable minis on the normal scale, and very few obese male humaniods (human, half elf, half orc). The npc is a half orc so I did not want to use a dwarf/halfling mini and I was prepared to customize with paint and even part removal (this NPC is not supposed to be armored or armed). So, why is there such a universal lack of obese characters in the fantasy mini market? I understand many PC's would not like to play a bumbling fat guy, but especially evil or noble/rich NPCs being overweight seems like it would be common. Can anyone steer me towards a Pathfinder scale medium stand size fat mini pref in noble clothes without a weapon? And no, not the village idiot or the innkeeper, this guy is rich.


One huge problem with adding real world religious figures into any rpg is the idea that PF gods interact and give major buffs and blessings to PC's, specifically clerics, whose whole class is based on this interaction. The problem occurs with the GM, who has to roleplay a deity who in most real world cases has unlimited intelligence, wisdom, and power. With legendary or fictional gods and demigods, the GM has an "out" as far as not having to rp them as all powerful/all knowing. Realistically, even a minor demon lord would be far more cunning than a person, and it is quite a stretch to even rp that far for a GM. To sum up, it is harder than it should be to GM a real world religious figure, and you should inform your player of that.