Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Technology Guide (PFRPG)

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Ray Guns and Rocket Packs!

It’s one thing to face a dragon armed with a longsword and a suit of magic plate mail, but what if you had an atom gun and powered armor? How many zombies could you blow up with a rocket launcher? What happens if you’re standing next to a graviton reactor when it explodes? All of these questions and more are answered within the pages of the Technology Guide—an invaluable manual of items, hazards, and character options for use in science-fantasy settings like Golarion’s Numeria, land of savagery and super-science!

Within this book, you’ll find:

  • Rules for dozens of new technological items, including weapons, armor, force fields, hologram generators, grenades, cybernetic implants, nanotech devices, remote controls for robots, and more!
  • New feats, spells, and archetypes for technologically savvy characters, along with rules for how your skills interact with super-science.
  • Extraordinarily powerful scientific items and artifacts, such as extinction wave devices, powered armor, and nuclear reactors!
  • The technomancer prestige class, which allows you to use magic to command robots and power your technology .
  • Rules for artificial intelligences, the effects of the passage of time on technological items, the dangers of radiation, the seven skymetals of Numeria, technological traps, and more!

The Technology Guide is a must-have for GMs running the Iron Gods Adventure Path or anyone looking to introduce super-science into any Pathfinder adventure or campaign setting.

ISBN-13: 978-1-60125-672-0

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Ring Side Report- RPG Review of Pathfinder Campaign Setting-Technology Guide

4/5

Originally posted on www.throatpunchgames.com, a new idea everyday!

Product-Pathfinder Campaign Setting: Technology Guide
Producer- Paizo
Price- ~$20
System-Pathfinder
TL; DR- Problems with focus, but great item selection. 90%

Basics- Welcome to the world of tomorrow! The Technology guide is the extra setting book that GMs of the Iron Gods will need to handle all the new technology items and some rules presented in that adventure path. This book introduces a number of new archetypes, feats, spells, rules, and skill uses for the base classes as well as a prestige class. Then, the book moves onto introducing several technological items, weapons, armor, drugs, and generators. Finally the book adds new hazards, rules, and artifacts for the Iron Gods campaign and Numeria as a whole.

Mechanics or Crunch-This book is a combination of the Ultimate Equipment book and the People of the River. The book adds an insane amount of items all with new rules how to handle them. The rules make sense within the Pathfinder system and help distinguish technology from magic. The character options are all well done and provide some awesome Numeria flavor for any technology based campaign you could be running. 5/5

Theme or Fluff- This book does have a decent amount of story. Each item gets a short description in addition to its rules and a picture. The pictures might not be amazingly large, but there are pictures you can show to your players and help them envision the world of Numeria. The book even goes so far in depth to describe the different types of metals found in Numeria and what they look like. It's not a perfect theme book, as the primary focus of the book is to provide rules and items, not to provide story. But, what is here does have some decent story to it. 4.5/5

Execution- I love how Paizo puts their books together. Even though this is an item book, the pictures and layout really breaks up the text and makes this much less of a drag to read. The problem I have is that this book is a Pathfinders setting book. The setting books are not designed to be given to the players. However, a 1/3 of this book is player options. This book is kind of indicative of the problems I've seen with the Iron Gods roll out of as a whole. To do the Iron Gods AP justice, several new character options, items, and rules all have to be introduced. However, all the Numeria character options are spread out across at least four books, and the rules are also spread out across some of these four books, but different rules are also in other books. This is particularly a problem with this book as players are not supposed to look at this book. But, as a GM you almost have to give it out, so base class characters can have additional class options. It's not world ending problem, but the lack of focus is apparent. 4/5

Summary- Honestly, if you are going to GM the Iron Gods AP, you've most likely bought this book already. If you have no plans to ever put technology in your Pathfinder game, then this book has literally nothing to offer you. It's a good book for what it is (character options and items), but it has some problems with focus. 90%


Star Wars!

5/5

OK so I don't give no crab about this whole Numenaria thing BUT this books means I can run Star Wars in Pathfinder and thats really cool gets my brain gears going lol!


OHAYO GOZAIMASU!

5/5

Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto Mata o hima de,
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto Himitsu wo shiri tai,

You're wondering who I am, (Secret secret, I've got a secret)
Machine or mannequin, (Secret secret, I've got a secret)
With parts made in Japan, (Secret secret, I've got a secret)
I am the modern man,

I've got a secret I've been hiding under my skin,
My heart is human, my blood is boiling, my brain IBM,
So if you see me acting strangely, don't be surprised,
I'm just a man who needed someone and somewhere to hide,
To keep me alive, just keep me alive,
Somewhere to hide to keep me alive,

I'm not a robot without emotions, I'm not what you see,
I've come to help you with your problems so we can be free,
I'm not a hero, I'm not a savior, forget what you know,
I'm just a man who's circumstances went beyond his control,
Beyond my control, We all need control,
I need control, We all need control,

I am the modern man, (Secret secret, I've got a secret)
Who hides behind a mask, (Secret secret, I've got a secret)
So no one else can see, (Secret secret, I've got a secret)
My true identity,

Domo arigato, Mr, Roboto,
Domo, Domo,
Domo arigato, Mr. Roboto,
Domo, Domo,
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
(Thank you very much oh Mr. Roboto
For doing the jobs that nobody wants to)
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
(And thank you very much oh Mr. Roboto,
For helping me escape just when I needed to)
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
(Thank you thank you thank you)
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
(I wanna thank you)
Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto,
(Please thank you)


Somewhat Usable

2/5

I'm not sure if parts of this book are unusable because of sheer neglect from the author of if the author honestly couldn't tell the difference between magic and technology.

The entire section on cybernetics is unusable since power requirements for the cybernetics are never covered (unless cybernetics are powered by never ending magic). Suggesting that individuals with quasi renaissance era knowledge and equipment are capable of building ultra tech equipment and performing mind enhancing brain surgeries seriously challenges suspension of disbelief.

About the best weapon in this book is the chainsaw dealing 3d6, criting with 18-20/x2 and capable of running for 10 hours between charging. Most of the energy guns deal laughably low damage for an ultra tech weapon, such as the laser rifle that deals 2d6 on a ranged touch attack. Of course all guns ignore armor no that isn't anything special.

The arc weapons are clearly unbalanced. Arc weapons use lightning to make attacks and gain a bonus to hit targets wearing metal armor, but the armor, which conducts the electricity safely around the target, provides no damage reduction. In reality chain mail is the best possible armor to protect against high power shocks because the electricity is conducted around, not though, the person wearing it. Facts about electrical conductivity have only been remembered when it favors the person using the weapon.

There is no explanation or logic why the scatterlight suits give an armor class bonus against touch attacks such as ghosts, Ray of Enfeeblement, Shocking Grasp, or any other non light based attacks.

Pharmaceuticals are unbelievable, like hemochem which takes affect on the round it is used and grants a subject, living or undead, fast healing for 5 rounds as it promotes the body's natural healing. Working to promote natural healing on undead and forcing the human body to produce a day's worth of blood cells in half a minute are both nonsense for any technology (not a problem for magic though).

Some spells are unusably vague, such as Antitech Field, which blocks and repels ALL technology without specification. Because it never specifies what it affects one is left to assume that it repels anything manufactured such as energy weapons, pharmaceuticals, cross bows, clothing, doors, etc.

If you are willing to fill in a lot of blanks and assume that all the technology in this book is magic rather than science then this book has potential, earning it two stars from me.


It does exactly what it's supposed to do

5/5

It does everything it's supposed to do and has a lot of cool art.


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squeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE--

squee frequency goes higher than human auditory range

EML's head explodes


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This has been the AP and supporting materials with the most enthusiastic responses I have ever seen. Can't wait to get my hands on it.


*SOON*

Shadow Lodge

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Brick shat.


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Want. Need.

Liberty's Edge

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Also... Valeros! I heard some people don't like your build! Well now, we can rebuild him! We have the technology!


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Adam Daigle wrote:
Cthulhudrew wrote:
Holy poop. Can we fast forward the calendar? I don't mind missing out on a couple of months.

Noooo! Don't touch that calendar*. We still have to finish making all this stuff.

* Unless you can make it go backwards.

I may have stolen a sentient item that can do the next best thing. There may be an awful lot of running involved, however. And I have a habit of leaving the parking brake on.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Charter Superscriber

Not sure I'll really like this as part of a fantasy campaign, but it might come in handy for finally putting together my long-hedged plan to turn Green Ronin's city of Freeport into a space fantasy space station. Hmm.


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Very nice! I'm hoping that all of these tech-based Golarion books eventually help spawn a full hardcover setting-neutral futuristic rules book.... Yes, that would make me very happy.

Liberty's Edge

NEED THIS!

Dark Archive

On the one hand I'm hoping this is an early April Fool's joke, on the other hand... I might not be...

Silver Crusade

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Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?

...hrng....imagining hard-light winged angeltech armor/full-body conversions of Vercite design, letting an augmented paladin soar through the skies at jet-like speed.... WANT

Scarab Sages

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Mikaze wrote:

Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?

...hrng....imagining hard-light winged angeltech armor/full-body conversions of Vercite design, letting an augmented paladin soar through the skies at jet-like speed.... WANT

This is a perfect way to bring the magitech back to my magitech home campaign setting.


Pathfinder Companion, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Oh yeah. I knew we'd get some info, but I thought it would mostly be buried in an article or two in Iron Gods...definitely looking forward to this. Not only for Iron Gods, but for people who want to run something involving Vercites, more fun with other kinds of aliens in general, advanced magitech settings...and, of course, Hellworlds and the possibility of cyborg devil troops attacking after Hell's plan for the subtle approach goes under...

Silver Crusade

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

I'll be honest. I'm hoping this is something of a testing bed for an Advanced Genre Guide hardcover.

Silver Crusade

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Luthorne wrote:
Oh yeah. I knew we'd get some info, but I thought it would mostly be buried in an article or two in Iron Gods...definitely looking forward to this. Not only for Iron Gods, but for people who want to run something involving Vercites, more fun with other kinds of aliens in general, advanced magitech settings...and, of course, Hellworlds and the possibility of cyborg devil troops attacking after Hell's plan for the subtle approach goes under...

Am now imagining a marilith weilding an ammo-replicating flaming SMG, a vicious monofilament wire whip, a wounding chainsaw arm, a vorpal lightsaber, a shock-stick, and a gravity gun. And she has a plasma-lance "stinger" cybernetically implanted in her tail.

Damn.


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Mikaze wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Oh yeah. I knew we'd get some info, but I thought it would mostly be buried in an article or two in Iron Gods...definitely looking forward to this. Not only for Iron Gods, but for people who want to run something involving Vercites, more fun with other kinds of aliens in general, advanced magitech settings...and, of course, Hellworlds and the possibility of cyborg devil troops attacking after Hell's plan for the subtle approach goes under...

Am now imagining a marilith weilding an ammo-replicating flaming SMG, a vicious monofilament wire whip, a wounding chainsaw arm, a vorpal lightsaber, a shock-stick, and a gravity gun. And she has a plasma-lance "stinger" cybernetically implanted in her tail.

Damn.

I'm just curious whether we're going to discover that before devolving to their current level of technology, space-going Grippli established the first civilizations on Golarion along with huge energy generators at the poles that have now caused dimensional rifts allowing Things from Beyond to cross over... ;)


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Mikaze wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Oh yeah. I knew we'd get some info, but I thought it would mostly be buried in an article or two in Iron Gods...definitely looking forward to this. Not only for Iron Gods, but for people who want to run something involving Vercites, more fun with other kinds of aliens in general, advanced magitech settings...and, of course, Hellworlds and the possibility of cyborg devil troops attacking after Hell's plan for the subtle approach goes under...

Am now imagining a marilith weilding an ammo-replicating flaming SMG, a vicious monofilament wire whip, a wounding chainsaw arm, a vorpal lightsaber, a shock-stick, and a gravity gun. And she has a plasma-lance "stinger" cybernetically implanted in her tail.

Damn.

Well, since outsiders can be summoned to almost anywhere on the Material Plane, and Distant Worlds pretty much says it makes little difference to most outsiders...my personal pet theory is that there's definitely a demon lord or two who're doing their best to hide their cache of stolen technology as they experiment with it and build their armies of cyberdemons...while Hell mostly keeps it in reserve for those worlds where they've given up on the attempts to seduce, trick, or behind the scenes take over...and just do a plain blatant military takeover with Hell's finest cybernetically enhanced devils...and mortals from those worlds that have fully fallen into Hell's arms. (I mean, there have been comparisons to Apokolips for Hellworlds...I figure at least some of them have got some extensive cybernetics going on...) One had to wonder if at least a few kyton demagogues aren't dabbling in cybernetics and genemodding too...

Silver Crusade

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I think I made a puddle on the floor. SO WANT THIS NOW!!


Ooooyyyyyeeeeaaaahhhhh!!!!

Silver Crusade

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I really hope none of these listings are April fools jokes, because people would buy this stuff.

Paizo Employee Developer

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Danubus wrote:
I really hope none of these listings are April fools jokes, because people would buy this stuff.

If this is an April Fools' joke, it's been going on for weeks as I crunch all the numbers in the book to get it ready for print in time for the Gen Con deadline. In such a hypothetical, the joke would surely be on me.


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Mark Moreland wrote:
Danubus wrote:
I really hope none of these listings are April fools jokes, because people would buy this stuff.
If this is an April Fools' joke, it's been going on for weeks as I crunch all the numbers in the book to get it ready for print in time for the Gen Con deadline. In such a hypothetical, the joke would surely be on me.

I already put alot of these on my wishlist. If it is a joke, it's a bad one.

Silver Crusade

I seriously need to make it to GenCon now.


I so want this!


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Mikaze wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Oh yeah. I knew we'd get some info, but I thought it would mostly be buried in an article or two in Iron Gods...definitely looking forward to this. Not only for Iron Gods, but for people who want to run something involving Vercites, more fun with other kinds of aliens in general, advanced magitech settings...and, of course, Hellworlds and the possibility of cyborg devil troops attacking after Hell's plan for the subtle approach goes under...

Am now imagining a marilith weilding an ammo-replicating flaming SMG, a vicious monofilament wire whip, a wounding chainsaw arm, a vorpal lightsaber, a shock-stick, and a gravity gun. And she has a plasma-lance "stinger" cybernetically implanted in her tail.

Damn.

Is anyone else wondering how long it would take for Mikaze's heart to give out if such magitech things were added in to her Wrath of the Righteous campaign?

What would happen if she encountered the above Marilith, only Mythic, leading an army of half-cybernetic tieflings with implanted hellfire blasted pistols and prehensile monomolecular bladed tails?


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Well, Mikaze is a dude, so unless there's some cybernetic augmentations that would give him lady parts...


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Cheapy wrote:
Well, Mikaze is a dude, so unless there's some cybernetic augmentations that would give him lady parts...

My mistake... but...

Wrath of the Righteous:
This AP has a character that drank a potion that permanently transformes him into a girl.


Mark Moreland wrote:
If this is an April Fools' joke, it's been going on for weeks as I crunch all the numbers in the book to get it ready for print in time for the Gen Con deadline. In such a hypothetical, the joke would surely be on me.

[Nelson]

Ha Ha!! ( ◕ヮ◕)>

[/Nelson]

Webstore Gninja Minion

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Mikaze wrote:
Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?

Already on it, my good man. My "Magitek Factory" adventure from a PaizoCon of past is going to get some dusting off.

And to reiterate, these product announcements are *NOT* April Fool's jokes. I would not have stayed as late as I did last night to get them up on the site *before* today if that were the case. :D


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Liz Courts wrote:
Mikaze wrote:

Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?

...hrng....imagining hard-light winged angeltech armor/full-body conversions of Vercite design, letting an augmented paladin soar through the skies at jet-like speed.... WANT

Already on it, my good man. My "Magitek Factory" adventure from a PaizoCon of past is going to get some dusting off.

And to reiterate, these product announcements are *NOT* April Fool's jokes. I would not have stayed as late as I did last night to get them up on the site *before* today if that were the case. :D

Actually that explains why so many came out at once yesterday quite nicely. :)

The Exchange

Liz Courts wrote:
Oceanshieldwolf wrote:
Triple ehrmagherd!!! Have you people no pity?!?!

NONE. YOU WILL HAVE OUR SCI-FI PEANUT BUTTER IN YOUR FANTASY CHOCOLATE AND LIKE IT.

Or not—not everybody's gaming tastes are the same. :D

No, we won't. We'll just quit playing like we did when you announced gunslingers. Only this time we won't return a year later.

Silver Crusade

To each their own, bud.


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* throws wallet with credit card and a wad of cash at screen *

Just.....just TAKE it. Take ALL my money.

The Exchange

Liz Courts wrote:
Announced! Cover image is a mockup and subject to change.

Got this announcement on April 1. Something smells funny. :D

I sure hope not. This would be an awesome supplement.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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It's not an April Fool's joke.

And I know some folks aren't interested in Technology rules... but we're doing them. Overall, I am VERY delighted with the overall response so far... it's a relief to see justification that the AP I've wanted to do for so long isn't only something I'm interested in.

Folks who want a return to more classic concepts will be delighted in the NEXT Adventure Path if they stick around. I'm looking forward to it, for sure!


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Liz Courts wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?
Already on it, my good man. My "Magitek Factory" adventure from a PaizoCon of past is going to get some dusting off.

I thought we had something special!


Ooohhhh yyyeeeaaahhh.

Webstore Gninja Minion

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Sad TOZ wrote:
Liz Courts wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?
Already on it, my good man. My "Magitek Factory" adventure from a PaizoCon of past is going to get some dusting off.
I thought we had something special!

You know you wanna play it again...Once more, with feeling!


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With this book and the other Iron Gods related releases, maybe we will be able to take PF rules and play a sci-fi or post-apocalypse RPG. About time. I too hope that the Iron Gods AP is a proving ground to feel out the public demand for a full-on sci-fi version of the rules. Unspeakable Futures a la James Jacobs anyone?

Silver Crusade

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I agree 100%, Gregory. I would love to see Unspeakable Futures somewhere down the line.

Paizo Employee Creative Director

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Gregory Clark wrote:
With this book and the other Iron Gods related releases, maybe we will be able to take PF rules and play a sci-fi or post-apocalypse RPG. About time. I too hope that the Iron Gods AP is a proving ground to feel out the public demand for a full-on sci-fi version of the rules. Unspeakable Futures a la James Jacobs anyone?

As a matter of fact... just as the gunslinger was adapted from Unspeakable Futures... large portions of this book (about 2/3 of which was written by me) is pretty much directly ported out of Unspeakable Futures.

And if Iron Gods and its support material do well, that will certainly inform us at Paizo as to the demand and interest in a science fiction game.

Shadow Lodge

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Liz Courts wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
Y'know, besides the obvious Iron Gods/OMG SPACE expectations, there may be quite a bit here for Final Fantasy/magitek fans too, eh?
Already on it, my good man. My "Magitek Factory" adventure from a PaizoCon of past is going to get some dusting off.

SQUEEEEEEE. I do love me some FFVI :) >Dances Madly<

Dark Archive

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Matt Thomason wrote:


I'm just curious whether we're going to discover that before devolving to their current level of technology, space-going Grippli established the first civilizations on Golarion along with huge energy generators at the poles that have now caused dimensional rifts allowing Things from Beyond to cross over... ;)

That would be sheer Chaos... ;)


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James Jacobs wrote:
Gregory Clark wrote:
With this book and the other Iron Gods related releases, maybe we will be able to take PF rules and play a sci-fi or post-apocalypse RPG. About time. I too hope that the Iron Gods AP is a proving ground to feel out the public demand for a full-on sci-fi version of the rules. Unspeakable Futures a la James Jacobs anyone?

As a matter of fact... just as the gunslinger was adapted from Unspeakable Futures... large portions of this book (about 2/3 of which was written by me) is pretty much directly ported out of Unspeakable Futures.

And if Iron Gods and its support material do well, that will certainly inform us at Paizo as to the demand and interest in a science fiction game.

I've always been a firm believer that if done correctly, you can use the d20 system for any genre. So I cannot wait to do this. I've always wanted to do a Pathfinderized version of Space: 1889, even if I have it for Savage Worlds :)


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Here's to hoping PF gunslingers are better shots than the Star Wars ones...


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James Jacobs wrote:
And if Iron Gods and its support material do well, that will certainly inform us at Paizo as to the demand and interest in a science fiction game.

Hopefully to be set in Golarion's solar system! Vercites rule!!! :D

Silver Crusade

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Tels wrote:
Mikaze wrote:
Luthorne wrote:
Oh yeah. I knew we'd get some info, but I thought it would mostly be buried in an article or two in Iron Gods...definitely looking forward to this. Not only for Iron Gods, but for people who want to run something involving Vercites, more fun with other kinds of aliens in general, advanced magitech settings...and, of course, Hellworlds and the possibility of cyborg devil troops attacking after Hell's plan for the subtle approach goes under...

Am now imagining a marilith weilding an ammo-replicating flaming SMG, a vicious monofilament wire whip, a wounding chainsaw arm, a vorpal lightsaber, a shock-stick, and a gravity gun. And she has a plasma-lance "stinger" cybernetically implanted in her tail.

Damn.

Is anyone else wondering how long it would take for Mikaze's heart to give out if such magitech things were added in to her Wrath of the Righteous campaign?

What would happen if she encountered the above Marilith, only Mythic, leading an army of half-cybernetic tieflings with implanted hellfire blasted pistols and prehensile monomolecular bladed tails?

Play an android paladin of a janiform Sarenrae/Brigh, arm myself with a +5 merciful EMP burst hardlight longsword, and redeem the $&@! out of them.


On the one hand, it does increase the reasons to explore Numeria. On the other hand, I suspect it's a prank. But I would buy this.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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The April Fool's Joke is that this is not an April Fool's Joke ;)

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