Super Nobody wrote:
Grapple rules state that if you initiate a grapple from range, you move the person to an adjacent square to the grappler. Grab initiates a grapple so I think the GM might have played that correctly.
there are two feats in Faiths and Philosophies ...
Pathfinder Player Companion: Faiths & Philosophies
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A monk uses full Bab when using his flurry of blows
If a monk is Multics classed, does the Bab from the additional class affect when he gets his extra flurry attacks?
Example a 5th level monk has a flurry Bab +5 ; +3/+3 after twf penalty
I find that the sandbox requires more work than creating a path. If players are presented with options and don't like them or refuse to partake. It might be time to either let them run the game or find new players that want to play rather than refuse their options.
Just an opinion and not really what you asked for but its a game for everyone and I think some players don't believe that the GM counts.
Animal Companions are not the same as their Beastiary counterpart. They do not get the skill bonuses, special abilities, HP, attacks, ect.
Animal Companions get only what items are listed under the Animal Companion entry and additions from effective druid levels.
A snow leopard (cat, small) animal companion is different from the leopard entry in the beastiary.
Spes Magna Mark wrote:
How do you know events in your present aren't predetermined based on you're previous trip to the past? The tree fell diverting the river to bring water to your village was there because you planted it while traveling in the past.