First off I’m blind. I’d love to pledge for this project, but every time I click on either KingmakerCampaign.com. or the Make your pledge on Game On Tabletop! Links I get a bunch of garbled speech. I use speech reading software. I’ve had someone look at the screen and it is all in English, so I don’t know where the problem lies. Just thought someone should know.
Captain Morgan wrote:
Ok, I’m going to comment here. I playtested Ezren at Origins and he was proficient with a staff, dagger, and crossbow. Whether or not he was proficient with other simple weapons, that remains to be seen.
Being totally blind, I know that almost all icons in almost every game I've found them in, are absolutely worthless when it comes to screen readers. Most of the time the icons doen't even show up at all. Starfinder icons for instance show up as a number. Unfortunately, that number is never the same, even for the same icon. Its beyond annoying.
Thank you. I was trying to find just the right way to explain that. This is a game that even I can play, and I'd like to keep it that way. There isn't many of us out there, but I still would like to feel like they took me into consideration.
I love almost everything I've read about. I have one concern however. You keep mentioning all these icons that will be appearing in the text to denote types of actions, etc. Being blind, icons like this are a real pain. I can’t read them with my software. This makes it impossible for me to even create a character without help. Please find a way in which people like me can enjoy your products without having to resort to outside assistance. Thanks for listening.
I'll make it work. I love prestige classes. Either way, thanks for the info Michelle!
I hope if this book does really well, that we get more prestige class offerings in the future. Not just religious themed ones either. Paths of the Militant for more martial characters, Paths of Mysticism for the arcane and occult, or Paths of the Knave for your rogue types as an example. I guess we’ll see. Either way, I’m excited for this one.
Probably one of the most ridiculous statements I've ever heard. You may consider it bloated, I think it needs more options. If I wanted to just make up rules on the fly D and D 5th is what I would be looking for. I however, don't want that. Also, pathfinder is only bloated if you let it be that. You can limit anything in your own game, and to say pathfinder is bloated when you don't regulate your players is disingenuous. Just my opinion. Variety is the spice of life.
One man's classic is another man's boring. I'm blind and can't see it either way so I have no opinion. As for why would anyone want to play afrog, when I was a kid, I wanted to be Kermit. As he once said, it isn't easy being green.
I'm liking what I see so far, so I'll reserve judgement after its in my downloads. Racial feats and archetypes are always welcome, even if I usually only play humans.
Agreed on all counts.
Same here. I use all the official Pathfinder books in my games. If I don't have it, and you want to play it, give me a heads up and I'll integrate it. It also helps to trust your players not to get out of hand. Most of my players also realize that if they abuse something, as a GM, I can make it very bad for them.
Not liking the idea of Azlanti AP introducing new underwater combat rules, if those rules are needed they should be issued as Errata. Doing it this way deprives others of these rules, and means future APs/modules with...
Like other AP's with expanding rules in them (Jade Regent, Skulls and Shackles), it will probably be in the players guide, which will be free. I hope so anyways. Not that it matters, because I'm buying them all anyways.
Alexander Augunas wrote:
I once had a party almost last until 5th level with that philosophy. Almost... Needless to say, we haven't had a party since without some type of healer.
There is only one solution to this problem.
You’ve painted yourself into a corner with this party.
I’d probably put your partys APL at about 3 higher than expected. All of this and you are not willing to change anything from the adventure.
Harsh reality here, but you might as well just pack it up and start over.