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Would love to learn more about the Riftwardens, especially about those higher up in the organization.


Please cancel this order. Thank you.


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hellatze wrote:

i can find tarrasque, firebreeder, ullanat (dead), volnagur.

but this guy didn't have reference image at all. i don't even know where to find this monster. this monster didn't have data in bestiary. making this monster mysterious.

anyone ever encounter this monster ?

Are you referring to Chemnosit, the Spawn of Rovagug? That's the only 'Monarch Worm' that I know of in Pathfinder (p. 51 of The Final Wish from Legacy of Fire, or p. 47 of the Inner Sea Bestiary for actual stats).

And typing in the word 'Chemnosit' only brought up one image for me.


Reckless Hound wrote:
I hope those links are working for you guys.

Links aren't working, I'm afraid.


James Jacobs wrote:
mempter wrote:
In regards to the Riftwardens (the organization, not the PrC), are non-spellcasters allowed to join?
The riftwardens are open to any non-evil character.

Cool, thank you!


In regards to the Riftwardens (the organization, not the PrC), are non-spellcasters allowed to join?


I kept reading "Arsenal Hall" on pg. 139 as "Arsenio Hall", and I don't know why.


This seemed relevant to this discussion.

It's a 3-hour interview condensed into a half-hour. Later on in the vid, he talks a bit about the level of training the police get.


If a fiend can choose the path of righteousness (and their is at least one example of this happening in the Pathfinder universe) then I certainly think that a lich can.


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Stewart's Orange and Cream.


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This is a redo of a submission I did back in 2012 for Canonfire’s XVII Postfest about The Wild Goose (ala The World Serpent Inn). I’ve also posted it along with some artwork and history about the project here. This was basically an exercise to get me more familiar with the Adobe creative suite (Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign) and since I’ve based this on the Pathfinder ruleset, I tried to emulate their style for designing modules. Let me know what you think and enjoy.


William Ronald wrote:

Check your e-mails!! Enjoy!!

Thank you much!


Me too?

jat470@hotmail.com


Matthew Morris wrote:
Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers...

THANK YOU!

I used to watch this show too, but for the life of me could not remember the name of it!


Aldrac Brightmoor wrote:
Where did you find the Name of those two Mempter?

Mythic Realms (look under Mordant Spire and Starstone headings).


Aldrac Brightmoor wrote:

Unnamed Goddess of the Moon

Unnamed God of Magic

Acavna was the goddess of the moon (died attempting to stop Starfall).

Amaznen was the god of magic and Acavna's paramour. He managed to lessen the effect of the aboleth's attack, but died with the destruction of Azlant.


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Dragon78 wrote:
It matches...

Meh...not how pictured them.


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They finally illustrated a male lashunta in People of the Stars. It looks nice, but it doesn't seem to match up to past descriptions (barely half the height of their female counterparts and twice as broad).


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I grew up in southern Maine and started playing in 1980. My middle school and my high school both had D&D clubs--no problems here, least of all from parents or teachers.

It's like what a couple of the posts at Giant in the Playground stated: it was just about a loud, vocal minority getting all the media attention. The only ones who seem to take it more seriously than anyone was TSR themselves (bateezu and tanar'ri, indeed).


I'll just go ahead and put in my vote for this as well.


Freehold DM wrote:
This is only rekindling my hatred for math.

I'm in the midst of doing two semesters of math to qualify for the math class I actually need to meet my B.F.A. core requirements.

So yeah...right there witcha'.


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scadgrad wrote:
...the font is not something that people would commonly have on hand, so you'd probably have to deal with font substitution issues.

What's the name of the font?


Erik Keith wrote:
mempter wrote:

Instead of getting the Eberron: Explorer's Handbook Hardcover (WOC17869) that I ordered through The Great Golem sale, you guys sent me the Deluxe Eberron Character Sheets.

If the hardcover is still in stock at the price I initially ordered it at, I would still like a copy, please.

Everything else with the order was fine.

Thank you for letting us know about this, I've set up a replacement order containing your copy of the Explorer's Handbook Hardcover to be shipped to you in the near future, and you should receive a confirmation email from us as soon as it ships out from our warehouse.

Since we sent you the deluxe character sheets by accident I'd like you to hold on to them with our apologies. Let me know if I can be of further service!

Excellent! Thank you very much!


Instead of getting the Eberron: Explorer's Handbook Hardcover (WOC17869) that I ordered through The Great Golem sale, you guys sent me the Deluxe Eberron Character Sheets.

If the hardcover is still in stock at the price I initially ordered it at, I would still like a copy, please.

Everything else with the order was fine.


Issue #12 of Dungeon featured a solo AD&D adventure for a 12th level fighter that incorporated use of the combat rules. It was the first of its kind that personally remember that gave you little more control of the outcome, and didn't just rely on picking Door #1 or Door #2.


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Journ-O-LST-3 wrote:

There are hordes of them, they arose just after I found a helm of opposite alignment and went on a rampage.

They are very happy being good creatures and helping the living improve the world.

What's funny is that there was actually a vampire in the Forgotten Realms setting that did put on a helm of opposite alignment, became lawful good, then opened a tavern in Ravens Bluff.

I'm sorry, that just popped into my head after reading your post.


Ostrich.


Gorbacz wrote:
I believe that 99,9% of Polyhedron/Dugneon/Dragon content is IP of WotC, so unless we're talking about something taken from real-life mythology, it ain't happening.

Yeah I know about Wizard IP, and I'm not talking about taking it as is, then plopping it into an OGL publication; I'm talking about reintroducing the concepts under new formats, as opposed to a direct translation.


This is directed to Mr. Jacobs...

Will there be a gazetteer about the Riftwardens at some point in the AP?

Also, I'm curious if you guys remember the piece Erik Mona did for Polyhedron 135 about Abyssal artifacts? What are chances of some of those ideas being recycled in an official capacity for use in this AP (in such a way to appease the OGL, of course)?


Yep. Began with drawing concept sketches for myself and my fellow players, along with drawing maps on graph and hex paper.

In recent years I've been working exclusively with digital media (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesgin), doing mostly painting and cartography. Here's a folder of some of the more recent stuff I've done, including a couple of b&w images I did for the Oerth Journal and some personal projects of mine.


I believe a book like this is greatly needed. So yes, by all means, please.


mempter wrote:

If you do have a ring equipped on either or both feet, do they take up the feet slot when active (even though they're not specifically designed to be equipped in the feet slot)? That is, can you, for example, wear a pair of magic boots AND have one or more active rings at the same time?

No mention of this in the item description of course, and my search of these boards have not yielded any other clues, so I pose this question to all of you in hopes you would share your opinions on the matter. Not really looking for an official answer here, more curious than anything as to what others may think, as I'm personally leaning towards yes.

Thoughts?

Sorry guys...after re-reading my OWN post, I realized I said no when I actually meant I'm leaning toward yes--yes, if you're wearing the belt you can utilize rings on your feet, even if you happen to be wearing a feet slot item.

Sorry for any confusion, but still would like to hear what others have to say about it.

@Norgrim: Yeah, the meridian belt is designed to allow a user to don 4 magic rings, though only two are active at a time.


If you do have a ring equipped on either or both feet, do they take up the feet slot when active (even though they're not specifically designed to be equipped in the feet slot)? That is, can you, for example, wear a pair of magic boots AND have one or more active rings at the same time?

No mention of this in the item description of course, and my search of these boards have not yielded any other clues, so I pose this question to all of you in hopes you would share your opinions on the matter. Not really looking for an official answer here, more curious than anything as to what others may think, as I'm personally leaning towards no.

Thoughts?


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I...I...<hangs head in shame>

...I forgot to buy one.


I saw this thread and couldn't help asking:

Are there any other longtime D&D players here that remember the 1st Edition Oriental Adventure OA series? In particular their was one module called Night of the Seven Swords, that featured a 2-inch samurai warrior named Sunsho Daji with the gods-given ability to leap 10 feet in a single bound. He was human otherwise but considering the nature of this discussion, I couldn't resist mentioning him.


Paris Crenshaw wrote:
Scourge of the Blightbringer

This is my favorite so far.


"Heralds of Mendev"

"The Demonplague Respite"

"The Fifth Crusade"


I don't know if this has already been brought up in this thread, but I was curious whether or not anybody knew why Karzoug was dropped down from a 32-point build to a 25 for this? Is it a reflection of being built under the new ruleset?


ElyasRavenwood wrote:

I am thinking of running a game set in Azlanti /Thasilonian times.

What civilaztions contemporary with those civilizations? What languages would people speak? thanks.

The aboleths, the elves and the serpentfok were certainly around.

Thassilon, in the process of claiming territory, conquered the indigenous people of that region (the Shoanti and the Varisians) so you have those two cultures.

Ghol-Gan was still in existence, though in the final stages of its decline. The expatriate realm of Koloran (in what is now Iobaria) also existed during this time, I believe.

I should mention that I got this info from Lost Kingdoms, a supplement that came out last month that has an entire chapter on Thassilon. If you haven't had a chance to look through that yet, I recommend doing so.


Cosmo wrote:

I apologize for having missed the follow up!

I have combined the two orders and canceled one of the copies of blood of Angels.

Thanks
cos

Thank you so much!


Hello?

I need to at least know I'm not going to end up paying for an extra copy of Blood of Angels I don't want!


You know what...if all the items for #2104942 are due to come out around the same time, perhaps it would more convenient to combine it with #2083518 and send everything at once?

Just make sure I only get a single copy of Blood of Angels.


Cosmo wrote:

There is not a problem with the order, but rather there was a problem with one of the items on the order. The release of "Blood of Angels" was delayed by a month, so this item was holding up your entire order.

However, Blood of Angels did come in and will be released next week. Your order will be good to go then.

Thanks,
cos

Something I just noticed--it would seem that I ordered Blood of Angels a second time with Paizo Order # 2104942‏.

I believe now that my including it in Paizo Order # 2083518‏ was a mistake, since I would have been focusing on products for June with that order.
But since I've waited this long and it's coming out next week, could you void Blood of Angels from # 2104942?


Cosmo wrote:

There is not a problem with the order, but rather there was a problem with one of the items on the order. The release of "Blood of Angels" was delayed by a month, so this item was holding up your entire order.

However, Blood of Angels did come in and will be released next week. Your order will be good to go then.

Thanks,
cos

Cool, thanks!


Haven't received word that this has shipped yet, nor has my account been charged. Is there a problem with the order?


Waaay back in the day, TSR had the Lankhamar setting which featured a Lawful Good god named Votishal. He was formerly a mortal thief who repented and began using his skills for the side of good and developed a cult of followers who stole from wealthy and evil organizations.


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Rebuttal


I'll take a piece of that action.

Spoiler:
jat470@hotmail.com


Where is the artwork from? Or is that new?


Had been using TTopRpg 2.0 for the past year on my laptop, which was connected to a friend's t.v. via a hdmi cable. Worked fine except for the fact that I was essentially running the game from the living room while the players sat in the dining area one room over.

Recently though, I've switched to using a portable mini-projector mounted on a tripod, then projecting my maps onto a portable screen and found this to be a much easier set up overall.

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