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Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:
What adventures do you need, Earl? How can we make them happen for you?

Thanks for the offer. Unfortunately, I only have Sundays free between now and SkålCon and only three of them at that. I'm scheduled to run a scenario a week from Sunday, but it's a holiday weekend and only two players are signed up so far. If that falls through, I'm free the two Sundays after that and hopefully something of the appropriate tier will be offered; I'd even use a replay, if needed.

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Dracomicron wrote:
Thursty's 5-6 table for the Starfinder Special on Friday with a Dwarf Xenoarchaeologist Operative 3/Mystic 2.

I have a seat at that table, too. However, I don't currently have a character in tier. I need one more scenario to bring B.U.,G. (my jumping SRO) up to level 5. Unfortunately, given my schedule, I'll only have three potential opportunities to do that between now and SkålCon.


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I just received Order 7963509. Instead of Pathfinder Flip-Mat: The Fall of Plaguestone (part of the Pathfinder Map subscription to which I am subscribed), I received the 2nd Ed. module, The Fall of Plaguestone (part of a subscription to which I am not subscribed).

My order history shows the correct item being shipped, but that is not what I received.

Please let me know what I may need to do to rectify this situation.

Thanks.

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On page 12, the Pathfinder Society Roleplaying Guild Guide v10.0 wrote:
After running a game in Campaign Mode, the GM should report sessions on paizo.com as usual and distribute Chronicle sheets to her players.

I've been reporting sessions and handing out Chronicles as we finish each book.

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Nefreet wrote:

For next year's PaizoCon, any chance Starfinder GMs can get Starfinder swag?

This year's bag was all Pathfinder stuff, which I'll probably just donate to my next local Con.

My bag was a mix of both. I got a box of the Alien Archive pawns and a book from one of the Starfinder APs. I believe the swag bags were constructed from an assortment of products from both games and just handed out randomly.

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Hilary Moon Murphy wrote:
We had a rockin' time in the Diaspora!

I see what you did there. And now I want that on a t-shirt.

That game and that dinner are one of the highlights of my con. My crippling social anxieties make it almost impossible for me to meet new people, so I rely on others to help make introductions. Thanks, Hilary.

(And after listening to all of that night’s stories, I may have to make another attempt at PbP; sounds like an excellent stress-free way to meet new people and would probably improve my future PaizoCon experiences.)


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For the past few cons, there hasn’t been any Thursday night badge pick-up. Not even for GMs. They have, however, pulled those GMs running the Friday AM slot out of the Friday morning registration queue and “fast tracked” them through a separate line.


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Thursday, May 23
~ 5:45 PM
Arrive

Friday, May 24
08:00 AM – 01:00 PM
SFS #1-33: Data Breach
01:00 PM – 06:00 PM
SFS #1-39: The Herald's War
06:00 PM – 12:30 AM
Downtime

Saturday, May 25
12:30 AM – 06:00 AM
GM SFS #1-36: Enter the Ashen Asteroid
08:00 AM – 01:00 PM
SFS #1-37: Siege of Civility
02:00 PM – 06:00 PM
Into the Perplexity: The Second Trial Author Edition with Thurston Hillman
06:00 PM – 01:00 AM
Downtime

Sunday, May 26
01:00 AM – 06:00 AM
SFS #1-35: Rasheen's Riches
06:00 AM – 06:30 PM
Downtime
06:30 PM – 12:00 AM
GM PFS #10-98: Siege of Gallowspire 7-8 Soldier sub-tier
This will be my 151st table. If the stars align and everything falls into place, this will be the evaluation for my 5th star.

Monday, May 27
12:30 AM – 06:00 AM
GM SFS #1-36: Enter the Ashen Asteroid
08:00 AM – 01:00 PM
SFS #1-38: The Many Minds of Historia

Tuesday, May 28
~ 5:45 PM
Depart


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The way is well-lit and well-traveled. I’ve made the walk at a very late hour once, but I wasn’t alone. Not being a local, I don’t know if the area is considered a high crime risk. One side of the street is the airport, the other side are the hotels. As you get closer to the convention site, the airport side gives way to shops and restaurants. If you’re not walking alone, I’d make the walk; if you are alone, maybe a local can step in and advise?


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If the weather at the time is pleasant enough and the load you’re carrying isn’t too cumbersome, the walk from the airport to the hotel is rather short and easy. In most cases, I believe walking will actually get you there quicker than the shuttle (when waiting for the shuttle is factored in, of course). I’ve made the walk several times and have enjoyed it, even while managing a shoulder bag and roller case. But the again, I like to walk.


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Hmm wrote:
Is there something you are looking for, specifically? Are we looking at two games, one Thursday morning, and one Monday night?

I don't get in until late Thursday afternoon, so I'm just looking at Monday night.

Of the SFS scenarios not being offered at this year's con, I have yet to play:
1-19: To Conquer the Dragon
1-23: Return to Sender
1-27: King Xeros of Star Azlant

Of course, if you offered to run any of the con's offerings, I'd swap things around in my schedule to free myself up for your offering.

Also, I'm running 1-36: Enter the Ashen Asteroid in the overnight slots, but haven't signed up to play it. If you ran that on Monday night, you could use my maps, handouts, and pawns.


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Nomadical wrote:
If I got something that I want to transfer to someone else, not thru the Trade function, but just a straight transfer of ticket to a friend, how do I do that? As it stands, it's preventing me from selecting events in that time period until I can transfer it away.

Have your friend pick a game in the slot of the event you want to give him... an event with a lot of available seats. Then, have him propose a trade of that event for the event you want to give him. Most likely, no one else is going to accept that trade because there are still many open seats. Then, you just accept that trade and drop the event he traded you.


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Hmm wrote:
... something Starfinder on Monday evening, if anyone is interested.

I would be very interested in something Starfinder on Monday evening.


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David knott 242 wrote:
The hype of what they announce is the big deal.

I'll admit, that was a draw for me in earlier years. Now, however, given that the banquet announcements are streamed and many attendees post updates here as they happen, one doesn't need to attend the banquet to hear these announcements; there are other avenues one can hear them nearly as fast as they're made. Also, two years ago, one of the banquet announcements was that some announcements would be held back until GenCon. After that, I just didn't feel I needed to attend the banquet anymore to hear about upcoming releases and future projects.

During the banquet last year, I played through the first book of an adventure path instead.


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I’ll be in attendance for the entirety of the convention, but will not be attending the banquet.


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I feel this is a rather foolish question to ask this far after the release of the game, but are natural 1s and natural 20s on the die roll automatic misses and hits when making gunnery checks during starship combat?

I had assumed "Yes," but whenever I prep a game session, I go back over the rules I expect to be using in that session and I sometimes come across something I may have misread, misinterpreted, or simply assumed worked the same way as it does in another game system.

Looking back over the rules for starship combat, I didn't see automatic misses and hits called out for gunnery checks the same way they're called out for attack rolls under combat basics in the tactical rules (and a cursory check of the rules forum and FAQ failed to find clarification).

So now I'm second-guessing myself and wondering if a gunnery check is more like a skill check than an attack roll when determining the success or failure of the die roll and I've been ruling these rolls wrong.

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Here's a thread from the summer of 2016.

Consensus seems to be that there's no minimum or maximum number of players when running sanctioned APs in campaign mode.

In the Iron Gods game I mentioned above, not all of the players want Chronicles; I believe I reported one book with just two players.

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Aduaitam wrote:
Does a GM running a full Adventure Path in campaign mode need to stick to the party size for which the AP was built? What's the leeway on how many (or few) can join?

In campaign mode? Entirely up to the group. When everyone shows, we have seven in our Iron Gods game.


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Yoshua wrote:
Was hoping to use this years Paizocon to get into Starfinder as a player. This situation with Ninja Division has me gutted, but I may still sign up for Starfinder entry games to check it out.

I know this is venturing way off-topic, but I’ll echo DJEternalDarkness and strongly encourage you to give Starfinder a shot; I’ll be at PaizoCon myself this year, playing Starfinder almost exclusively.

I have minis for all of my Starfinder characters that are either repurposed minis from other games or are custom kit-bashed minis made from minis and toys I had lying around the house. I even have some inexpensive starship minis I was able to make for less than $1 each.

The situation with Ninja Division is unfortunate and I empathize with the rage and frustration of disappointed backers, but, IMHO, the lack of an official Starfinder miniatures line shouldn’t keep anyone from trying the game at least once.

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I could be mistaken, but (like Ferious Thune above) I read this as not dropping the numeric designation but rather replacing "season" with "year" so that we'd have, for example: "Year 1: The Year of New Beginnings".

Or possibly "Year 4719: The Year of New Beginnings"?

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Our home group has been unable to run the AP books in less than 18 hours. We’re playing in a private home, optimized for gaming (quiet, with a huge magnetic dry-erase board for tracking initiative and tacking up pictures) with the same group (who I’d like to think know the rules as well as could be expected and know each other’s characters well enough to coordinate roles). Having said that, however, I was able to play in and complete Incident at Absalom Station during the banquet at PaizoCon. The GM had to keep us on task and some parts had to be rushed, but we got it all in and I didn’t feel we skimped on the role play.


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Got it.

graypark wrote:
... the Athletics check determines the maximum jump distance, Jet Dash allows one to double that distance (if they so choose, but they can never exceed their remaining movement), and no one is ever forced to jump further than they want...

So further clarifying what I wrote above...

The player states how far the character is attempting to jump and makes an Athletics check. The Athletics check determines the maximum jump distance and Jet Dash allows one to double that distance, but it can never exceed any remaining movement. Meeting or exceeding the DC of the attempted jump results in successfully landing in the intended space. Failing to meet the DC results in a fall at the distance indicated by the result of the failed Athletics check.

Does that sound correct and close any exploitable loopholes?


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Two more quick questions, relating to the “double move” debate...

The Jet Dash character with a base move of 30 feet takes a 10 foot running start and jumps. The result of its Athletics check, after doubling for the feat, is 50. Can the character jump the full 50 feet and end its turn, having used all its movement (in effect, a double move)? Can the character choose to use the result to jump just 20 foot, enabling it to take a standard action (or another move action)?


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BigNorseWolf wrote:

The can jump language is just so you're not forced to overshoot the canyon and wind up directly in the Carnivorous Ficus' maw. Or so you can hop directly onto the post without overshooting it.

That actually makes sense. So you’re saying the Athletics check determines the maximum jump distance, Jet Dash allows one to double that distance (if they so choose, but they can never exceed their remaining movement), and no one is ever forced to jump further than they want?


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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Quote:
"Whenever you jump, double the height and distance you can jump."
So what you're saying is that because your rules argument above makes this sentence nonsensical the problem is with this sentence and not your rules argument.

I don’t believe my argument made that sentence nonsensical; I think my argument supports that sentence.

And I’m honestly trying to understand the opposing views.

So let me ask you this...

There are two characters. They both have a base move of 30 feet. Their Athletics modifiers are the same. They’re basically identical except one has the Jet Dash feat and the other doesn’t. They both move 30 feet with a single move action. Then they both take a running start of 10 feet. How far can each one then jump?


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It's not clear to me if a consensus on how Jet Dash works was ever reached and it doesn't appear any official clarification was ever made. I found one other thread on this matter, but it's older and rather than start a new thread, I'm bringing my thoughts here to the more current thread.

To me, there seems to be a misconception on how Athletics works in regards to jumping. One doesn't make the Athletics check to determine how far one jumps; one determines how far one wants to jump and the Athletics check determines success or failure.

On pages 136-137 of the CRB, the authors wrote:

As part of a move action, you can use Athletics to horizontally or vertically jump a distance no greater than your remaining amount of movement. If you take a 10-foot running start just prior to the jump attempt, the DC is equal to the number of feet you are attempting to jump horizontally, or four times the number of feet you are attempting to jump vertically.

If you do not take a running start, the DC of the check doubles. The DC is modified by the same environmental circumstances that apply to Acrobatics checks to balance (see page 135). If you fail the check, you fall. If you fail by 5 or more, you fall prone even if you don’t take any damage from the fall. Creatures with a land speed of 35 feet or more gain a +4 bonus to Athletics checks to jump. This bonus increases by 4 for every 10 by which a creature's land speed exceeds 40 feet. You can’t take 20 on Athletics checks to jump.

If a character with a base move of 30 feet takes a 10 foot running start and then wants to jump 20 feet, the DC for the Athletics check is 20. If that same character wanted to jump 30 feet with no running start instead, the DC would be 60. I don't believe any of us would argue that. And failing to hit either of those numbers with the check doesn't result in a shorter jump; it's a failure and the character falls. Nowhere in the rules for using Athletics to jump does it state or imply that the die roll of the check indicates how many feet are jumped. And maybe that distinction is debatable?

On page 158 of the CRB, the authors wrote:

Jet Dash

You are swift of foot and can make enormous leaps.
Benefit: When running, you move six times your land speed. Whenever you jump, double the height and distance you can jump. While running, you don’t gain the flat-footed condition.

Nowhere in the rules for the Jet Dash feat does it state or imply that the DC for Athletics checks to jump is halved or changed in any way. The feat does not make it easier to jump; the feat enables one to "make enormous leaps" by doubling the distance one can jump.

Let's go back to my previous example of the character with a base move of 30 feet. They take a 10 foot running start and can then jump 20 feet. Jet Dash doubles the distance they can jump to 40 feet, but doesn't change any of the DCs in any way. If the character wants to jump 20 feet, the DC is 20; if the character wants to jump the full 40 feet allowed by the feat, the DC is 40. But the character must decide how far they intend to jump before making the check, the distance determines the DC, and the roll determines success or failure (with a failure resulting in a fall, not a shorter jump).

That's my interpretation of the Jet Dash feat. In my home games, that's how I'd run it. In organized play, I'd expect table variation until there is an official clarification. But until then, I'd make a case for my interpretation with the GM before any SFS scenario I was playing to find out how the GM wants to run it before I use it.

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I have games I both GMed and played at PaizoCon two years ago that are still unreported. I have Chronicles for all of them, though, so I just don’t sweat it. Given all the threads about unreported convention games I’ve see here over the years, I just don’t think reporting 100% of games is an obtainable goal. Something to strive for? Certainly. Something we should expect? Of course. In reality, though? I’m just not going to worry about it anymore.

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Doing some searching of the forums, I couldn’t find a clear answer to this and I’m looking for some clarification.

Most of the racial Heritage and Admittance personal boons have wording which reads, “You can play a [race] character, beginning at 1st level as normal.”

There is a slotless boon which reads:
”You can start a new character who begins at 2nd level.”
Source: 1-99: The Scoured Stars Invasion; Scoured Stars Veteran boon

Can these two boons be used together to begin play with a non-core race higher than 1st level? I believe I’ve seen others do this, but I want to double-check the legality before I do it myself.

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In the blog post, Tonya wrote:
The big question at this point revolves around the feasibility of supporting a living document that resides online with print options. This would allow for faster updates and more integration between the guide, campaign clarifications, additional resources, and FAQ. Conversely, it means the guide is always in flux and could cause issues if internet access is not robust.

While I'm all for faster updates, I don't care for the idea of a "living document." The less I have to check online for updates, errata, FAQ additions, and other clarifications, the better. I hate those "gotcha" moments at the table when you're made aware (whether as a player or as the GM) that something you thought worked one way now works another per a recent post that someone became aware of before you. I'd be more willing to accept a living document if it were only updated at regular intervals so it didn't need to be checked constantly. And I'd also be very happy with the guide, AR, campaign clarifications, etc. being a smart phone app that updated itself automatically. But that's probably even more work than what's currently in place.

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I’ve just gone back and unchecked all the PFS scenarios. While this still isn’t an accurate reporting, it should “hide” me in the data and it won’t look like I’ve “won” anymore. Sorry for mucking up that data; I simply wasn’t aware it was being compiled and tracked.

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While I have played quite a bit in Core and I have played a few of the retired scenarios, I have not played and GMed everything. However, I did mark all of the PFS scenarios as played and GMed. I no longer play PFS scenarios and some of the venues use the tracker to choose scenarios and assign tables. To insure I’m not going to be assigned to a PFS scenario, I used the tracker to reflect my preferences rather than my actual play history. If doing so has thrown off the accuracy of any statistics being tracked , I’d be more than happy to go back and edit my data to be a correct recounting of what I’ve played and GMed.


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Usually, when I order something directly from Amazon, it not arriving on time is a valid reason for a full refund.

If my order from Paizo is, in fact, going to be significantly delayed, I’d appreciate the option of cancelling my order for a full refund and trying to acquire the materials sooner elsewhere.


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Please cancel my following subscriptions:

Pathfinder Adventure Path
Pathfinder Campaign Setting
Pathfinder Comics
Pathfinder Modules
Pathfinder Player Companion
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game
Pathfinder Society Scenarios

Thanks.


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"The only way this changes is people refusing to protect people who harass, threaten, and assault, and the only way that happens is if the victims can talk publicly about their experiences."


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13. Empire of the Petal Thone (TSR's original edition).

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If I'm not mistaken, all of the newer 64 page modules (those released post-Dragon's Demand, I believe) allow you to:

Quote:
...play the entirety of [module's name], afterward receiving credit for playing the sanctioned portions of the adventure as if you had played a pregenerated character. In this case, GMs running the module are not bound to the rules of the Pathfinder Society Organized Play campaign (such as 20-point buy, unavailability of hero points, etc.) when running the campaign or the sanctioned portion of the adventure.

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Store closes at midnight? And you'll be there 'til close? I'm coming into town from Minnesota on Saturday and may stop by once I get in and settled.

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phantom1592 wrote:
I figured it was a buy low, sell high situation. A person trained in making fancy rugs in Sothis isn't as valuable as they are in Cheliax. There would be a profit for finding people with skills and matching them people with who value those skills. Like physicians...

Profession (Job Recruiter)

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Evie Smith wrote:
Regardless of the question of whether slavery is evil (I think it is, for the record), it is really bad form to bring something like that to a table of people you don't know. Even if you can be trusted to not be a dick about it, those people you play with that day don't know that. Even if you aren't a dick about it, it could still be a raw subject for them. They may just want to spend 4-5 hours relaxing without dealing with any BS.

Exactly. While there may be a few PFS scenarios where roleplaying Profession (Slaver) might be useful, such scenarios are few and far between. And if you have taken ranks in such a profession, at the end of the scenario when the GM asks if you have a day job, just say "Yes" and tell her what you rolled. I see no reason why a player couldn't take Profession (Slaver), but I also see no reason why a player has to broadcast it to the rest of the table.


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Looking through the posts and recaps of PaizoCon 2016, I did not see mention of the location and dates for PaizoCon 2017. Will it again be Memorial Day weekend at the same DoubleTree?


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If you need to think in three dimensions, just imagine a creature's space as a cube. And a creature's reach extends out in all directions from the surface of that cube.

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Why are there no bard-like archetypes for the vigilante so I can play the composed Sullivan by day and the liberating Gilbert by night?


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I would like to etch some glassware (beer mugs, shot glasses, etc.) with the Pathfinder Society's "Sign of the Open Road" (and possibly some other Golarion-related symbols) and donate them to a local convention (SkålCon 2016) that would then auction or raffle them off for a local charity (Tubman).

There's no commercial intent in this, but money would be changing hands (the selling of raffle tickets or the winning bid in an auction). And the nature of glass etching would necessitate the alteration of the referenced artwork.

Would this be something I could or could not do?

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We prefer the term "differently-aged."

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MisterSlanky wrote:
I'm immensely curious to what happened there.
Serisan wrote:
drug busts/murders

That.

Considering that I booked the Friday of the con and the room was under $50, I'm not complaining... only warning others away.

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Joe Ducey wrote:
They don't but you just ignore the bite all together and use an unarmed strike (see: headbutt).

Okay. I see it now. Thanks.

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Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
Monk with flurry of blows using unarmed strikes, this version of the build does not interact with the bite.

Are you saying that the monk is using unarmed strikes while in songbird form? Is that possible?

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Improved unarmed strike, flurry of blows, and haste which goes off of base attack bonus.

Does flurry of blows work with natural attacks? I was of the understanding (mistaken?) that it didn't.

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Please forgive my ignorance, as the answer to my question has likely been answered in earlier posts or an FAQ (or is blatantly obvious and I just can't see it), but...

How are players getting more than one attack while in songbird form? The songbird (raven) has one natural attack (a bite)? I don't understand where or how the example characters are getting iterative attacks with that bite.

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