Kobold

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Goblin Squad Member. Organized Play Member. 223 posts (232 including aliases). 1 review. No lists. No wishlists. 9 Organized Play characters. 1 alias.


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Don't overlook the write up of Falcon's Hollow in Towns of the Inner Sea.

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Is "Rage of Wyrms" a deliberate play on words for Paizo's old 3.5 campaign?

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Findeladlara is an elven deity that does not answer the prayers of non-elves. She is a noted exception to the norm.

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Pathfinder Unchained sounds like a spiritual successor to Unearthed Arcana.

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Campaign Traits are generally more powerful than other traits, and are intended to only be used in said campaign. So a bard in Mummy Mask might be better than a rogue in Mummy Mask, but otherwise the rogue is still king of finding magical traps.

Now, if you want to argue that bard archetypes with trapfinding are better than rogues, I can see that argument.

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I have important questions! Important questions Justin already asked!

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Finally, the Virtual Tabletop will let me play as Vic Wertz.

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Thistletop probably barely counts due to its size, but it's my favorite low level dungeon. It has such a great layout and look.

Honorable mention (since it hasn't been detailedl) goes to Viperwall.

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Gorbacz wrote:
Spaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaace.

NO ONE'S GOING TO SPACE, MATE!

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Nirmmathas! Molthune! I'm running out of exclamation points! (swoon)

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I love Groetus. He does not return my affection.

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I would like to run an adventure set in the Sky City of Shanguang. Are there any existing modules that take place in such setting, be it Pathfinder or 3.5 rules?

I've earmarked Lost Cities of Golarion and Sky Captain's Guide, but I'm looking for encounters to use, as well.

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Important thing I've learned from the preview:

Italics are magic.

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Since they just announced a 64 page campaign book and Magnimar-based adventure path, I'm officially sated.

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Absalom Afternoons.

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Sean K Reynolds wrote:


The idea of the BB is that once you're familiar with using it, it's not a big jump to adapt full-game content for it. So if a full-game adventure talks about making AOOs in an encounter, a person just using the BB knows to ignore that (because the BB doesn't have rules for AOOs).

So, while the BB and Bestiary monster stat blocks don't look exactly the same, they still have entries for initiative, melee attack, saving throws, and so on.

Wait, so the Beginner Box just gets rid of the rules I don't understand anyway?

Smurf it, I'm just running Pathfinder Beginner Box for all my games now. My players will never know the difference.

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"That was a whole new definition of terrible. At least we're being innovative."

"What you're doing is wrong; aesthetically wrong, technically wrong, and philosophically wrong. Please stop before you get to the sciences."

"This is unbelievable! Up is down and left is right! How many times do I have to explain stage layout?!"

"If you want to have a future in the stage, keep landing like that. If you want to have a future ON the stage, stop breaking it."