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Hey GMs, I have a question about the encounter on page 162 of the Anniversary edition.

Saving the School children. The encounter text says the ferry with the kids in it is pinned against the general store, but the general store is not in the flood zone. According to the Turtleback Ferry map on page 394, the store (location 5) is across the square from the extent of the flood. What am I missing?

Damuth wrote:

I found this Google Drive link during my search for the same: Assets for Book 3

I hope you can find what you're looking for!

Thanks Damuth - that's quite a collection

Hi Runelords GMs

I am interested in finding some Book 3 token art.

The ogre fighters at Fort Rannick are such interesting characters that is seems a shame to use a generic token for them on our VTT. Are there any of you talented folk out there hoarding some art of Jolly, Minktuck, Karly-Lop, etc that you are willing to share?


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Thanks both. It worked out well with an additional goblin ghast. The paladin and the Skinsaw man went mano a mano trading blows back and forth, another fell victim to Vorel's phage and paralysis, another was sickened by ghast funk, and the fourth also paralyzed. Pretty epic battle in the end tbh, with the party emerging victorious and the paladin severely depleted.

My party will meet the Skinsaw man next session. I'm struggling with how to get the sneak attack damage on the object of his obsession. I am thinking of having a 5th goblin ghast in the room to flank with, or giving him a magic device to drop darkness or invisibility. But is there a way as written to give the Skinsaw man (not Aldern or the Hunter) the sneak attack damage? The object of his obsession is a 6th level Rougarou Paladin and thus has low light vision and scent.

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FANTASTIC news! I'd echo the PFS and AP comments above - and don't forget the modules!

I also want to amplify the customer focus comments. I've worked in customer relations management for over 20 years and your obvious customer obsession is part of why the Pathfinder community are such rabid supporters!

Thanks so much!

My 3rd level Rougarou Paladin last night beast-shaped into a wolf. He then wanted to lay on hands on an injured companion as a wolf and I ruled against it. I regret the ruling from a story perspective, but am wondering about RAW. From another post about spell use and beast shape: "When you cast a polymorph spell that changes you into a creature of the animal, dragon, elemental, magical beast, plant, or vermin type, all of your gear melds into your body. Items that provide constant bonuses and do not need to be activated continue to function while melded in this way (with the exception of armor and shield bonuses, which cease to function). Items that require activation [e.g., a wand] cannot be used while you maintain that form. While in such a form, you cannot cast any spells that require material components (unless you have the Eschew Materials or Natural Spell feat), and can only cast spells with somatic or verbal components if the form you choose has the capability to make such movements or speak, such as a dragon."

As for Lay on Hands, there is nothing to suggest that the ability requires anything from the paladin wrt vocalizations or movement, other than touching, which of course a wolf could do: "Using this ability is a standard action, unless the paladin targets herself, in which case it is a swift action. Despite the name of this ability, a paladin only needs one free hand to use this ability."

I think I got this one wrong. Any help?

Askar Avari wrote:

Unless your tiefling is specifically connected to Lamashtu, I'd only go with images or empathic communication, no direct speech. Images of the prison and sidhedron, and perhaps of those who imprisoned him.

Fun idea, incidentally.


My party just cleared the camp in the thistles and will be headed to the stockade next. I'm thinking of teasing them by having Malfeshnekor send images/thoughts to the CN Tiefling Brawler, recognizing her heritage. Anyone ever done this? Any thoughts, cautions, or suggestions?

Thanks all - lots to think about here!

Is there a mechanic for a material plane projection in 1E? I would like my characters to meet the BBEG for the first time only as a projection - one that they can talk to and see, and vice-versa, but are unable to physically interact with? Astral Projection seems closest but I want the person casting the projection to be on the material plane and the players to experience the projection on the material plane.
If no mechanic exists, anyone want to suggest a start for the spell description for it? ;)

Thanks Lau - I'll have a look at that!

I'm looking for a player-friendly PDF map from Tide of Morning - basically a version that does not have the secret GM stuff on it. Any old-school 3.5-ers out there that can come to my rescue?