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Alexander Augunas wrote:
This product makes me SO happy for reasons I can't yet disclose. ^_^

Sold.


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Xethik wrote:
Kalindlara wrote:
That... is an impressively unnecessary racial prerequisite. :O
You can't have just anyone Sneak Attacking with a savage attack. Only those sneaky sneaky Ogres.

http://www.d20pfsrd.com/feats/monster-feats/nightstalker


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I smell a new Everyman Games product waiting in the wings.


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ErisAcolyte-Chaos jester wrote:
Chances are that people entering her realm either end up in her bed or in a plant belly. Generally the latter than the former.

Both. They end up in a flowerbed.


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Dragon78 wrote:

If they have a limited use per day then I can see them as feats.

So there are 54 suits, I wonder why I thought it was 52. Anyway I hope one day we get a hardcover book that would get such options.

Regular playing cards are 52, maybe that's it.


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John Kretzer wrote:
I hope to the Wasp Queens...if nothing else it would give use some support for rogue/cleric concepts.

If it wasn't for trading away Channel Energy for Enthrall the Cult Leader Warpriest would be ideal


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Alexander Augunas wrote:
djones wrote:
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Honestly, if ratfolk boons ever become a thing, they'd probably be better than kitsune at mouser builds by a lot now. (Which is appropriate, considering the obvious pun.)
Err, Ratfolk boons *are* a thing, Alex...
AFAIK they're not widely distributed yet. (Aka at local Cons.)

Ah! OK then.

Your Mouser-Phalanx Fighter-Monk of Many Styles build is on my shortlist for my ratfolk build.


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Alexander Augunas wrote:
Honestly, if ratfolk boons ever become a thing, they'd probably be better than kitsune at mouser builds by a lot now. (Which is appropriate, considering the obvious pun.)

Err, Ratfolk boons *are* a thing, Alex...


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Purple Dragon Knight wrote:

Underwear of Freshness (warriors and adventurers have come to rely on these accessories, especially during lengthy exploration or during wartime; any waste generated when wearing this garment is teleported 100 miles away in a random direction)

Directly upwards counts.


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John Kretzer wrote:

So I guess this is the book hinted at by Eric Mona a little ago. He said something about a book people have been asking for. I was hoping it was Brothels of Golarion personally.

But this will do.

I'm also keen about this, but it's also not what I hoped Erik was hinting at.

I like Worldscape too, but I'm very close to starting an online petition asking Erik to finally get around to writing a Nex sourcebook.


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Eric Hinkle wrote:

Ah! Thanks, Luthorne.

Do Kitsune get anything here to aid with their human-form shapeshifting, like a way to take on other forms besides the one human alternate form they all get?

What's wrong with Realistic Likeness from the ARG?


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Swarm Monger Druid artwork: he looks so happy to have lots of little ratty friends! :D


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Charles Scholz wrote:
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The new animal companions could be anything ...except maybe anteaters;)

What's wrong with anteaters?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZcrYqtdMIZ4


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Rysky wrote:


ALSO SUCCUBUS INSPIRED SKALD.

Not to be confused with Succubus-inspired Skeld.


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Twin Fang sounds like a great style for unchained rogues to adopt for those higher-armored foes.

Can we get a brief description of Terrifying Assassination and the higher level feats in the Twin Fang line, please?


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QuidEst wrote:
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What is this campy Korean movie of which you speak?
My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox. Some of us spend too much time on tvtropes for our own good.

I was nearly tricked into clicking this link but spotted it was TVTropes in time.

That saved me a couple of hours.

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Augh, still 9 days to go!

I know, right? I was telling myself at least I get to double dip this month, but not so much (although understandably).


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Berselius wrote:
Mark Seifter wrote:
There can't be winter witches, as those don't exist in the RPG line.

Wait, do you mean they don't exist in Pathfinder core rules? Because they sure as Baator exist in the Inner Sea of Golarion.

Both the archetype and the Prestige class background are specifically tied to the Jadwiga and Baba Yaga lore; the archetype appeared in Reign of Winter and Inner Sea Magic, the prestige in RoW and Paths of Prestige.

While you *could* file the serial numbers off sufficiently to use them in a non-Golarion game, as written they're tied to the setting and therefore inappropriate for inclusion in a setting-agnostic book, despite being awesome.


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Dragon78 wrote:
"Is it safe?";)

"Oh yes, don't worry. I'm in no danger at all!"


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Absolutely perfect, thank you kindly Katina!


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Hi Paizo CS folks,

I started a discount rate scenario subscription and it seems not to be running any more; I don't recall cancelling it.

Was there some sort of payment issue or something?

Thanks for your time!


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Can it be a lone Drow who as not seen through whatever disguise spell theiconics have up?


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cool, Drow-Lini, Setyiel, Amiri and who's that last one?


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Oath of the Skyseeker and the artwork accompanying it instantly became the build for the mother of one of my player's character's mother; Paladin of Folgrit.

They've met her a couple times already and they just assumed that the suit of armor in the corner was the PC's father's.

Well, they're headed back home just in time for the events of Captives of Toil, but they're not rescuing the slaves, including the PC's father, without some NPC backup...


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Is it just me or is Lowls chinstrap and round glasses look inspired by Hugo Strange, another gentleman associated with an asylum?


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Agreed. I don't by any means thing that divines shouldn't have nice things, but diversity is the spice of life, and lay healers with interesting new mechanics or new approaches are welcome. So, channeling white mages, lay healers, life summoners, mending fist monks are all good any it'd be nice to see them just as viable as the Cleric.

Something I think Overwatch does well is diversity, their most recent hero, the Support Sniper Ana is an example of that, and one worth following.


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Zaister wrote:
What do you mean by "belic flavor"?

Warlike


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Soulburner necromanctic reactor in an evil ship. Just plug in some slaves and go!


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Marco Massoudi wrote:

I wonder what the reason behind this being moved to november is?

Mr. Lundeen likely has finished writing this long ago.

I hope an advanced copy can be provided to "The Order of the Amber Dice".

I'm almost surprised they haven't finished it already :D


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Some sort of healing summoner (small or large S) might be interesting.

You summon a creature that casts healing spells and nothing else, or perhaps pulses channels or something.


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Kevin Mack wrote:
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Insane KillMaster wrote:
Can't we just wishlist which Iconic we want to see get eaten on the cover?

We don't put iconics on the covers of Bestiaries. And in any event, the cover was ordered months ago so it's already well in progress.

The sketch is DELIGHTFUL.

There is sometimes a couple of pieces of art with Iconics in the book (Normally one or two). So wishlists for iconics we want to see get eaten inside?

Do we really need that much Alain artwork?


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Rysky wrote:

The 1/day quick draw kinda mitigates that a bit, or if you're using a two-hander, release-look-grab.

But yeah Handsight is more preferable to Magi and Swashbucklers.

Hmm, would wearing a hand puppet be considered occupying the hand? I would have way too much fun with that.

*sticks puppet above barrier*

"... what do you mean if you had a bladder my arm would be soaked right now?!?!"

Man, I would love to be in a game with you, Rysky.

In terms of handpuppetry and being able to see with the hand, the solution would seem to be obvious.

Cut an eyehole in the puppet's torso. Make the puppet a teddybear themed one.

"Carebear stare!"


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Anything is an instrument if you hit it correctly.


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Hayato Ken wrote:


Of course that would then need a follow up by Paths of the Indifferent ;)

Meh.


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Rysky wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
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djones wrote:

Aren't succubi naturally fire-immune to start with anyway?

Unfortunately no.

Ymeri is immune to Energy Drain though :3

Cough. ;)

HOLY CRAP I JUST LEARNED SOMETHING ABOUT MYSELF.

After a wee bit of checking it has to do with being a Succubi (WIN!) and doesn't come from the Demon subtype, which is where I originally quickly checked :3

Never doubt my Knowledge: Planes skills.


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Rysky wrote:
Followers of Sarenrae (and affiliated Magi) are gonna love her Divine Fighting Technique.

Well, I guess we'll see about that!

Can you summarize the chain and pre-req please, Rysky? I'm wondering if it's Vigilante-appropriate.


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Aren't succubi naturally fire-immune to start with anyway?

2/5

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Nefreet wrote:

Gotcha.

Okay, that aside, HOLY COW! One feat that gives you a +2 to-hit, benefit from Flanking, AND gives you the Solo Tactics class feature? For basically no prerequisites?

I don't think it's illegal just because it's a Ratfolk feat.

Yeah, that was kinda my reaction after a discussion, it's insanely good. But thought I should clarify in the name of doing my due diligence.

2/5

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Additional resources lists "Feats: All feats on page 6, and pages 9–18 are legal for play with the following exceptions and clarifications: the Befuddling Initiative, Poison Shot Deed, Verify, and Wasp Familiar feats are not legal for play"

Fair enough.

The Ratfolk racial feat Scurrying Swarmer from page 23 isn't included in that list of pages that are legal, but it's also not specifically called out as illegal either; I assume that this is because Ratfolk weren't an accessible race. Again, fair enough.

However, while I'll assume illegal for now, it'd be helpful to know get a specific ruling on this in the Additional Resources for folks with race boons.

Thanks in advance!


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Lotus de'Bonaire wrote:
zergtitan wrote:
Kitsune Mesmerist? Please..... :}

Watch the tails go back and forth, back and forth. When I snap my fingers you will awaken. My mind will protect yours. And you will boc like a chicken.

Mmmm, chicken /drool

Dragon78 wrote:

Nice cover but of course none of them are catfolk art:(

Well at least some racial feats will be in the book.

You don't see the Catfolk ninja on the branch in the back?

Honestly though, which of the 3 types of Catfolk should make the cover?


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Rysky wrote:
Kalindlara wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Where?
I don't have a page reference, and I'm too tired to go hunting right now, but the system does use "sentient" to refer to creatures of 3+ Int. (On multiple occasions, if I recall correctly.)

Hmm.

I guess a good question would be when is sapience achieved?

Approx 4.3 minutes after coffee is brewed.


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Alexander Augunas wrote:
Well, talk is cheap—pay up for Blood of the Beast! ;-)

I keep physically throwing handfuls of cash at my monitor but a space-time portal has yet to open up and plop a copy down on my desk. What am I doing wrong?


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Rysky: are you surprised that this thread isn't simply the OP plus one reply by Liz Courts saying 'Deleted 800 inappropriate posts, keep it clean, people'?


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Isabelle Lee wrote:
I can't tell you all how excited I am for this book. ^_^

Boy those contributor NDAs are *strict*


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Pyromancer999 wrote:

Well that's just a barrel of fun.

Also means, funnily enough, that it stacks with the first Pact Wizard archetype. So you can be a Pact...

Pact wizard pact wizard sounds like a pretty packed pact (wizard).


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Alex Putnam wrote:

Well, it's official. I no longer need to kill PCs with monsters. I can just drop a stack of a half-dozen bestiaries on their players instead. :P

(Would also work on minis. Players are considerably harder to replace.)

Minis will cause more damage to your book than skulls.

Also, will Szuriel's statblock include stats for Lammy as well?


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Ugh, 31st. Going to be too busy playing Legion to read it.


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Andre Roy wrote:

Sweet. Thest are 2 of the nations I was hoping to see developed at one point. Can't wait for it to come out.

Minor derail:

Now if only we could see a campaign setting book for:
1) The Realm of the Mammoth Lords
2) Brevoy
3) Lastwall
4) The Mordant Spires

I'd be the happiest camper ever.

Nex and Quantium.


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Thomas Seitz wrote:
YAY!! More Mothune goodness! If only because now I can stop my PCs from saying "Bah. Druma is better for mercs."

At least until they spit on their palms and try to shake on the deal.


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DebugAMP wrote:
Kreighton Shaine will still be around. He's so absent-minded he'll forget to die.

Ironically it turns out he remembers perfectly what happened to Absalom.

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