fader92805's page

4 posts. No reviews. No lists. No wishlists.


RSS


Fuzzy-Wuzzy wrote:

Archives of Nethys lists several siege engines with "light" in the name (light ballista, light bombard, light catapult, light trebuchet); I imagine it refers to those.

P.S. You have wandered into the subforums for the Pathfinder 2nd Edition Playtest. If you have followup questions I suggest you post in Rules Questions, as many more people read that regularly.

Thanks I moved it over. I thought about that just use ones with light in the title idea. But 1. That answer feels a bit lazy. 2. It feels inconsistent. I mean what magical difference is there between a heavy balista and a light one? It's still turn crank, load shot, aim and fire. And 3. I just find it hard to believe that a Gunslinger archtype built for siege warfare can't use a cannon.


In Pathfinder Player Companion: Dragon-slayer's Handbook

it states under the Wyrm Sniper Archtype

"Artillery Proficiency: Wyrm snipers are proficient with light siege engines, in addition to the normal gunslinger weapon proficiencies."

I have looked all over and cannot find an example of a "light siege engine."

Their are some Siege engines with light in the title. But that answer feels a bit lazy to me, and I find it hard to believe that a Gunslinger siege archtype doesn't even allow them to use something like a cannon if they could only use ones with light in the title the only gunpowder operated one they could use is the light bombard.


In Pathfinder Player Companion: Dragon-slayer's Handbook

it states under the Wyrm Sniper Archtype

"Artillery Proficiency: Wyrm snipers are proficient with light siege engines, in addition to the normal gunslinger weapon proficiencies."

I have looked all over and cannot find an example of a "light siege engine."


In Pathfinder Player Companion: Dragon-slayer's Handbook

it states under the Wyrm Sniper Archtype

"Artillery Proficiency: Wyrm snipers are proficient with light siege engines, in addition to the normal gunslinger weapon proficiencies."

I have looked all over and cannot find an example of a "light siege engine."