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it comes from the descriptions in the classes.
here is Bonus Feats class Feature from the fighter the bold part is mine for emphasis.

Core Rule Book wrote:
....a fighter gains a bonus feat in addition to those gained from normal advancement (meaning that the fighter gains a feat at every level). These bonus feats must be selected from those listed as combat feats, sometimes also called "fighter bonus feats."

this means that from the fighter you can pick any feat as long as you meet the prerequisites and has the word combat after its name.

here is the brawler's Bonus combat feat class Feature
Advanced Class Guide wrote:
...a brawler gains a bonus combat feat in addition to those gained from normal advancement. These bonus feats must be ones that affect or improve her defenses or melee attacks. The brawler must meet the prerequisites of the selected bonus combat feat.

this means that the feat from the brawler has to be a combat feat that can't improve things like ranged weapons or a Combat Maneuver.

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Brigh as well.
I like the contradictory nature or a goddess of science. Also her inqusisitioners are basically Blade Runners.

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Absalom's former Master of Blades, Vonran Vilk is he and his lover play a role in Scenario #3-16: The Midnight Mauler.

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Also Asmodeus understands the value of propaganda. Doing good things in his name is a plus to him.

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Yes, pathfinder abstract's what direction a creature faces. Basically the game dose not care what direction a creature faces. All you need is line of sight to the target. In this case the target is the creature.

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thank you for those responses

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Yes that is exactly right. Precise bombs alow you to avoid as many squares up to your int mod, as long as you hit your target's touch AC. For a square on the floor, wall, or ceiling is 5. If you miss then the effect of Precise bombs is ignored and all squares in the intersection it lands take the hit.

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Bonuses for who can figure out who I'm ripping off
Name : Wallbanger
Title: The Eternally Delayed

Alignment : CN

Domains : Travel, Luck, Repose, Madness
Subdomains : Psychopomp, Insanity, Fate, Imagination

Symbol : A rubber band

Favored Weapon : Bladed Scarf

Ethos : To insult the universe (that is everyone in it, individually, personally, one by one, in alphabetical order)

Herald : men in bathrobes with towels. Their primary purpose is to gather records and organize The List.

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My alcamist is both, he buffs the party, gives special abblitys, vomits things, and all ways request that characters donate there bodies to science (him self) bringing contacts along to confirm.

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The cleric in the comic book "The Rat Queens" is exactly this a CG worshiper of a similar god. This is a great series btw. In it she was raised in the cult and as a adult left it for a life of adventure.

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Water, the rules say if his powder gets wet it is useless. That includes paper cartridges.

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Palmistry May be a option for you as a alternative, as I also have problems with Phrenology. My issue is the racist history of It.

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I am new to tabletop RPG's. I have been playing some Pathfinder recently on roll20 and I have enjoyed it quite a lot. But I'd also like to try being a GM. I don't want to run a standard cookie-cutter hero save the kingdom story. I came up with this idea for a campaign to run either on roll20 or IRL. It's an evil PC only campaign, the players would start off as a dirt poor street gang in a medieval high fantasy version of the fictional city of Roanapur from Black Lagoon. the players goal would be to build up a criminal syndicate and drive out all of their rivals for control of the city. as the players become more more successful they'd be able to create NPC lieutenants that would serve to run aspects of the organization such as drug manufacturing and distribution or prostitution. these divisions would also allow players to have a new character already if the character their playing is killed. I would also have them have a illegal weapons running which is how they would get most of their more powerful items and magic weapons. With the advantage of this being that the players would eventually have large amounts of gold to be able to just buy out right magical items. as the players become more more successful they would be attacked by other mobs and because the city is carefully balanced by the four pre-existing organized crime groups the city would plunge more and more into chaos, until eventually the players drive out or kill all the competition.

I'm looking for general advice on all facets general GM advice, story and campaign creation advice, and is running an evil campaign is even a good idea.