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Pathfinder Lost Omens Subscriber. Organized Play Member. 16 posts (17 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 1 Organized Play character. 1 alias.


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Wow, very cool seeing the hekatonkheires in a forest for scale instead of next to that poor adventurer about to get smashed in the bestiary!


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This is exactly what I've been looking for! Utility magic is my favorite.


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This is my favorite one for fantasy languages. They've got plenty of other stuff too (taverns, ballads, etc.)
http://chaoticshiny.com/langreplace.php


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Trickster gods are always good. Gotta have someone to blame when things go wrong, right?


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Backward compatibility is more for the monsters than anything else. I don't see any reason why they would feel the need to keep alignments the same for all of the deities, as that's more of a setting thing anyway.


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I think they just said that the gods aren't telling anyone what happened before the Gap.


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I'm just crossing my fingers for Besmara of the Space Pirates


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Me too. I never knew that I wanted an essay on ancient Keleshite history, but I absolutely loved that.


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Oooh pretty! Thanks!


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Fifthed


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I once wrote backstories for a party of adventurers whose primary goal was food alchemy. I would buy "Confections of the Inner Sea" in a heartbeat.


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Is it too early to rekindle the hype for this book?


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Ooh this book looks exciting! Will there be anything more on slavery in Kelesh? I was really intrigued by that section in Inner Sea Races.


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According to Archives of Nethys it is legal, and I haven't seen any mention of it being banned elsewhere. Hope this helps!


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You could have the Efreet ask for something that seems harmless enough, like a bit of information that the party knows. Then have the Efreet do something unforeseeable and evil with said information.


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Oooh I can't wait to sift through all of those.