we are debating whether the Grinning Pixie flies the flag of the Pathfinder Society, Absalom or non at all.
I really would like to have a bit more input form different people.
Isn‘t the picture of the Intellect Devourer in the Bestiary 2 copyright protected? It was used for the new D&D movie poster.
I did know the first part (I'm the admin for THE german pathfinder fanbloig) didn't know the second part (shame on me).
The “Strength of Thousands” Adventure Path takes place at the Magaambya academy in the Mwangi Expanse and the Mwangi Expanse sourcebook has some more background lore about the students and their activities. One rather interesting part is a sidebar about “study groups” that are basically alcohol samplings. One rather favorite drink is “Jatembe Juice” made from dates and ginger and so I had to recreate it. In this video I show how it is made:
Actually that doesn't fit with the chapter about Nantambu in the Mwangi Expanse book.The Adventure starts in the rainy season which should be from 20. Kuthona 4720 to 19. Pharasm 4721.
I'm still trying to figure out the seasons and the calendar.
I'm trying to geht the calendar in the chapter about Nantambu (Page 235) aligned with what I can find elsewhere.
It says that the first day is the spring equinox, which would be 20. Pharast in 4721.
So is the 20. Pharast equal to the added first day of the year that is mentioned in this sentence?
If that is the case the 21. Pharast would be the feast day dedicated to Old-Mage Jatembe and ther 27. Pharast would be the feast day dedicated to venerating the ancestors. 28. Pharast would be the first day of the first month of the new year?
I did understand that, but to take Unconventional Expertise they have to take Unconventional Weaponry first which would make no sense for them at all bevor also taking Unconventional Expertise.
With Unconventional Weaponry they would get NOT proficiency in the weapon they choose.
But in those cases the Unconventional Weaponry doesn't make sense on it's own.
Unconventional Expertise either.
This sounds great. Alone the fact that they moved on from the rather awfull "human resources" title speaks volumes.
But it is rather unfortunate that there is another Maggie Gallagher out there who seems to be the opposite from this one.
Thanks a lot for all these answers. That really clears up some things.
So far it is not really that hard to stop someone from casting but it gets harder to stop someone from sustaining a spell once it is cast.
Sustaining doesn't get the manipulate traits from components and so you can do that even if you grabbed of constrained.
Is there a problem with the shipping of this book to other (overseas) retailers? I've been looking to buy this book ever since it came out but no European sellers seem to be carrying it. Ordering from Paizo directly means having to pay $40 in shipping to Europe, so I'd like to buy from local stores.
I've got mine from here: https://lurchundlama.de/Pathfinder-Absalom-City-of-Lost-Omens-P2
Either I'm blind (which is entierly possible) but I cannot find a map of the whole isle in there. There are some maps of the Kortos mounts, but that's it.
Mark Moreland wrote:
The Beadle & Grimm's box is currently slated to release in Q1 of 2022. It does not come with a free PDF, as it is a licensed product. ...
But it comes with a code for the book on Pathfinder Nexus and if you have linked your account you should receive the PDF on Paizo for free with every Nexus purchase.
I'm still a bit unsure about the placement and usage of the flumes and the wheel in Otari.
There is one flume that leads from the north to the wheel (and therefore to the mill) which I suppose is for transporting logs from the lumbercamps to the mill. The logs basically fall down there into the osprey river with the water.
The giant wheel is not powered by this flume but rather by the river itself and has a roughly east/west orientation. It powers the swas ant a treadmill that lifts logs into the loading flume that runs from the mill to the harbour.
It that basically how it works or did I get something wrong?
I'm still a bit unsure about the function of the giant wheel.
There is the flume north of the wheel which seems so not only carry water but also logs and then there is the wheel with the mill and beyond that farther south the loading flume that leads to the harbor. It that right?
The northern part of the flume transports logs from the camps to the mill and the wheel itself is powerd by the osprey river and NOT be the northern flume?
And viemexis is not the only one that not only appreciates the basic content that is delivered but also the form, ease of use and mobility of the service offered.
It is kind of the never ending battle between Linux and Windows and frankly I think both have their merits.
Since there are representatives of Paizo AND Demiplane on here I wanted to touch on something that really would help making Nexus even more interesting.
If there was one shop where I have my books and charaters in both englisch and german (or french, or any other language Pathfinder is offered in) it would greatly help Gamemasters to manage their games. In my groups players use both languages and it is sometimes hard to find the right feats or talents. If I had one place where I could search for both and switch between languages it would be very helpfull.
I'm certain that is not something with a very high priority, but as a software developer myself I know it is best to know such requests beforehand so you can plan accordingly.