Given the wording in the CRB I would rule it as one magical item per slot, if you want to swap them its going to be:) Standard action remove item, move action to stow, move action draw, standard action equip. Especially since it has been ruled that activating an ioun stone is a standard action, anything other than that is trying to skirt around the rules.
James Risner wrote:
I just looked they have two full tables. With nothing
There are a number of events that I have created recently that I am unable to edit/modify. Whenever I attempt to do so I get the /nostore error page after about a minute or so. affected event codes are:
The first two have been cloned ( I was told there was an issue with cloning events) so I created the second two events and am still having the issue. I have tried from multiple devices, and browsers on multiple different days and have had consistent problems.
Please note that the exception that I was envisioning was for a specific archetype of a cleric. Nothing to do with paladins. If the trait was restricted to only apply to cleric energy channeling abilities (which in this case it would, since you still have to be within 1 step of your deity aka LN) for PFS. As I read it you would still follow an evil deity, but for cleric purposes (read channeling) they are neutral, but for everything else they are considered evil still.
John Compton wrote:
There continue to be no plan to introduce the Pact Servant faith trait into the organized play campaign. Others here have suggested some fun alternatives if you're interested in an Asmodean with a knack for healing others.
The only real option that has been given was a Life Oracle, however that defeats the two things I actually wanted to do. I was looking forA) A cleric
B) the Asmodean Advocate archetype
My goal wasnt a follower of Asmodeus, but rather the fairly cool archetype that is PFS legal, (Allows profession Barrister as both Diplomacy and Bluff, you get a familiar and improved familiar for free) and to fill the role as a healer. (I have some good RP ideas for this) If you take a oracle you loose both the skill differences, free familiar, and the whole RP side just tanks in regards to quality. My question about Pact Servant, why not allow it in a limited case (Make the archetype mechanically feasible for PFS play since negative channeling clerics rarely actually work). Make the wording apply to a single archetype in PFS and see how it works?
Jeff Morse wrote:
Any sources for these? Not sure what they do and there be a lot of sources now.
Asmodean Advocate - Pathfinder Player Companion - Dirty Tactics Toolbox (pg 16)
Pact Servant - Pathfinder Campaign Setting - Distant Shores (pg 23)
Pact Servant lets you treat Asmodeus as LN for purposes of divine spell casting (aka you can pick how you channel)
Please note that above I state that the archetype can be overpowering, however it should read the trait instead.
Is there any way that that faith trait could be allowed with the Asmodean Advocate archetype? I really like the flavor and idea behind an Asmodean Advocate. However for PFS being a negative channel cleric has major drawbacks and you loose most of the effectiveness as a cleric. I know the archetype can be over powering/allow some odd things if it is blanket approved, but can PFS allow it under the stipulation that it can only be used with the cleric archetype?
I am reviewing the pregen sheets and it looks like the level 4 pregen bard Lem isn't a legal build.
1) Both Acrobatics and Stealth skill points don't add up. (Each requires a extra skill point)
2) Looks like there are an extra 2 skill points in addition to the above (4 total extra skill points) which are being used he doesn't actually have.
3) Should have an additional language
I might just be misreading the sheet, but it looks off.