I guess I'm just looking for a dial kind of like the one in Elden Ring, where it has half day, half night and then just numbers for each hour (anything more specific isn't needed). Maybe I'll just try to screenshot and print something out like that. Bottom right hand corner, for reference: https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2830217246
I'm actually kind of surprised this isn't a commonly requested thing for TTRPGs. It would be very useful to keep everyone on the same page in their heads about the time of day and resting and such.
Has anyone created a pdf or image that the GM can print off that shows the stats of the PCs in his campaign? I'm talking about a shortened character sheet that only shows the stuff the GM would want to access behind the screen without asking the players. I'm think the main things would be abilities, skills, perception, DCs. I could try making something myself in some image editing program but I'm guessing I'm not the first person to think of this.
Good to keep in mind, thanks.
All good, yeah I was responding to your tone. But much gets lost over pure text. No harm no foul, thanks for the list.
Taja the Barbarian wrote:
While Rogues are generally in a good place in PF2e, the Eldritch Trickster is kinda hard to make work...
We ran into this with Produce Flame.
My recollection was yes they gave a statement that they probably didn't intend to allow it, but that fixing it now was a can of worms and having to research how various wording choices chained through other rules, etc. Produce Flame was mentioned explicitly as needing special attention, etc
Hah, that's exactly the spell that started me down this question path.
Buddy, we are all totally new to this, still running the beginner's box adventure. And I went from never having played a TTRPG before to GMing this one. I think we're doing pretty well, how about cutting us some slack.
You mean if your target is flanked BY YOU then they are flatfooted to you, right? If 2 fighters are sandwiching an enemy, that doesn't allow some rogue off to the side to hit sneak attacks, right?