Don't halflings get an additional -2 Str due to their size?
Finally something else in the central region. For the supposed "Central" region you would expect there to be more towns.
Law/Chaos: 1d3 ⇒ 1
Pearl-by-the-Sea is a large town situated by the sea in the Eastern region, surrounded by vast amounts of graceful nature. The town was founded by as a penal colony but Elisandra de Salazar turned it into a profitable, if shady tourist town. The vast majority of the population are either debtors, indentured servants, or slaves. These citizenry are used to please and pleasure any well-paying guests that stay in the town. Elisandra ruthlessly suppresses political dissidents and keeps order in the town with her spy network and the heartless if not greedy guards.
The citizens of Pearl-by-the-Sea for the most part, mind their own business so that they won't harassed by guards or get a visit at night. The town has strict laws in order to combat the crime, but it is having little effect on the rampant corruption with the officials.
The silent spy network of Pearl-by-the-Sea is run by Roy Carrington who is always looking for eyes and ears around the town; occasionally he requires the odd knife. The citizens of the town are petrified by the spy network and keep to themselves in hopes of not drawing the attention of the mysterious and enigmatic spies.
The town has a small harbor run by Lucilla Gales who keeps track of the customs entering and exiting via the waterways. Lucilla is the only person in town to sell and repair ships. She commands the town's flotilla and it's patrolling duties.
Horace Wilderby is a private investigator trying to bring Good to a troubled town. Most citizens trust him with far more confidence then they do with the town guard. With a higher level of crime coupled with crooked officials, many cases remain unsolved and the citizenry are in desperate need of justice. Those who work under Horace motivated but untrained; most who come to work for him don't last long. He is looking for a group of competent individuals who are able to survive and being justice to the town.
Pre-errata SWD used Con for casting spells
Now to make an actual post, Errata. I don't like Paizo's erratas since it usually nerfs options to the Ninth Layer of Hell where Asmodeus resides. One could argue that some options were too powerful, but nothing deserves that level of destruction. They might as well left those options out of print.
Yeah, because negating a crit is soooo going to protect you or others from dying to a non critical attack.
How often are you to die to a critical? Because the strength of a critical and the frequency of a critical have an inverse relationship: either you do tons more bonus damage, or you do them more often.
Darksol the Painbringer wrote:
I'd rather take a lesser talisman of Life's Breath that will res me than a one use only, negate a critical.
Weird question: male gamers role-playing female characters...how do you handle speaking "in character?"
You don't have to do a voice if you don't want to. Not all of us have the voices of angels though, sometimes I speak a bit differently during important conversations to what happens and to taunt the BB. I occasionally try to make my voice feminine if I'm playing a female character but again, you don't have to. Also a bit a tangent but, I also have a friend who can make a spot on "Valley Girl" voice and the fact that it's so accurate makes it creepy.
Titania, the Summer Queen wrote:
Part of me hopes that your players wouldn't go that low, but another part wants to see the hilarity that ensures.