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What's going to happen to this now that PaizoCon is cancelled?


Will there be a release of the adventure in PDF? I've been trying to go strictly PDF as it's easier for me.


So this is convention-only? Shame.

I assume we'll find out which conventions will have it?


Ginasteri wrote:
When will I be able to download this if I have the subscription?

I am glad it's not just me that's having a problem. I have the subscription, too, but haven't gotten any prompts.


Zaister wrote:
Wasn't this one supposed to be available today?

Yeah I was supposed to be. Maybe it's not ready yet? I'd love to get it.


Cap'n Nemo wrote:
So for Pathfinder Friday it says Demigods and has the date as Jan 24th, which was last week. Is this week a repeat or was there just an error in the post?

The post date above it says "January 20th" so it looks like someone copy/pasted last week's events.


PossibleCabbage wrote:

The thing I'm most interested in is the meaning of "picking the patron deity". On one hand this is probably a bit of a mechanical kludge to enforce a deity's anathema but not have the possibility of conflicting anathema.

But on the other hand, what does it mean if a character worships the Dwarven Pantheon and picks as their Patron deity not Torag (who, as the patriarch would be the obvious choice) but Folgrit, Magrim, or Dranngvit? Am I just "a good religious Dwarf" who just happens to have a specific interest in motherhood, funerary rites, or debt collection respectively?

I assume this is more for roleplay reasons. Mechanically it's silly to follow a pantheon (which mechanically functions similar to a normal deity) & then be required to pick a patron deity.


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Michael Sayre wrote:
Yrrej86 wrote:
Michael Sayre wrote:
They're related in that they're both part of the season's metaplot rediscovering the adventures of the founding Pathfinders, though they don't directly interlink in a way that requires you to play one in order to get the full value from the other.
Is there any way to find out which adventures are a part of the metaplot?

So far that's-

1-00: Origin of the Open Road
1-08: Revolution on the Riverside
1-11: Flames of Rebellion

The next entries should be a two-parter currently scheduled for March.

I appreciate this!

Thank you very much!


Michael Sayre wrote:
They're related in that they're both part of the season's metaplot rediscovering the adventures of the founding Pathfinders, though they don't directly interlink in a way that requires you to play one in order to get the full value from the other.

Is there any way to find out which adventures are a part of the metaplot?


Daemoro wrote:
Along with others here I'm hoping for a Neutral Champion Order... other than one with "Druish" tendencies I can't think of another neutral champion other than maybe a "Knight of Meh".

I would imagine a neutral champion is someone who embodies balance, but moreso someone whose motto is "I fight so that everyone can find their own place in the world."


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James Martin wrote:
Can I be a neutral champion ala the Neutral Planet from Futurama? I have no strong feeling either way.

I would love to see this.


I was watching the Errata video & Lyz mentioned informing her about anything that needs to be changed. I don't remember what she said WHERE to post it, but if anyone has a link, I'd appreciate it.

But anyway, on the top of page 75, under Perpetual Infusions for the Mutagenist there is a mention of "Lesser Bullheaded Mutagen." Unfortunately, there is no mention of this mutagen in chapter 11. There is "Serene Mutagen" that is not mentioned on page 75, but is in chapter 11, so I assume they are the same thing.


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Paizo Marketing & Media wrote:
Looking for feedback. Do you like seeing the Table of Contents and back of the book? Or meh?

Personally, I would like to see the Table of Contents just so that way I have an understanding of what's in the book.


Pigraven wrote:

Can anyone from Paizo or familiar with this backing situation answer me the following question? Thank you so much in advance!

Will the following books eventually be available for public sale?:

Pathfinder 2.0 Kingmaker Adventure Path
Pathfinder 2.0 Kingmaker Companion Guide
5e Kingmaker Bestiary
Pathfinder 1.0 Kingmaker Bestiary

I understand the price will likely be different for each book. But will these four books eventually be available for sale, both from the Paizo website AND 3rd-party sellers?

*Edit* In addition, am I correct in reading that both Bestiaries, the 5e version and the Pathfinder 1.0 version don't come with PDFs of their own?

I am fairly certain that all 4 books will be available for public release. I believe the only things that are not public release are the Exclusive Book Slip, Kingdom Management Screen, Dice Set, & Hero Point Token. Everything else should be available once Kingmaker is released.

As for the PDF versions, that I do not know.


Arachnofiend wrote:
PossibleCabbage wrote:
I can hardly wait to make a Leshy Monk whose ranged alternative is a flurry of seedpods.
What do you mean alternative I am going to make a deku scrub monk work and nobody can stop me

Despite the Intelligence flaw, I was thinking Leshy Alchemist who spits bombs.


If you want to be technical, the wording on the monk Unarmed Strike states as follows:
"There is no such thing as an off-hand attack for a monk striking unarmed."
So technically FoB does not take up an off-hand slot. (For any arguments related to offhandedness, Monk Unarmed Strikes makes it irrelevant)

Also, as Calth stated, the wording on Spell Combat states as follows:
"he can make all of his attacks with his melee weapon at a –2 penalty"

With all of this being said, it obviously depends on GM discretion in this instance.
The default would be that you can opt to either do a FoB & gain the additional attacks, or forgo the additional attacks to cast a spell per Spell Combat.
GMs could allow them to both stack stating that you take the penalties for both (-4 to attacks) to gain both the additional attacks & the ability to cast a spell.