Treasury of the Machine (PFRPG)

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The Treasury of the Machine brings you an awesome array of technological and technomagical tools to enhance your Pathfinder campaign! Whether your heroes are questing against an entire nation of renegade super-scientists and alien horrors, or you just want to inject a touch of science fiction into your fantasy, the Treasury of the Machine delivers in spades with over 60 technological items of every description, from devastating weapons like the rapture ray, targeting computer, gravity cannon, kinesis grappler, or singularity grenade, to awesome accessories like the learning helmet, targeting computer, slipsuit, and ghosting unit. This book contains items as helpful as the neutralizing safety blanket and solar array and items as sinister as the memory transfer probe and amnesia tick, and range in power from simple disposable items to the artifact robot control harness. You'll find entirely new categories of cybernetics and pharmaceuticals like biotech and chemosols, weapon accessories, special materials, android modifications, and even a new robotic pet, the walking eye! If it's majestic mechanical and magical treasures that delight and excite, your PCs will love what they find in the Treasury of the Machine.

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Ordered the hard copy today.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2008 Top 4; Contributor; Publisher, Legendary Games

Thanks for your order! I think this book came out very cool; lots of fun ideas from the guys covering both some of the obvious tropes and some fairly inventive concepts.

If you have a few minutes to write a quick review, we would surely appreciate it!


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Question about the Learning Helmet. Are the varied prices associated with it based off of the Ultimate Campaign retraining prices? Since those prices are partially based off of character level, how does one actually price any given Learning Helmet?


Pathfinder Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Maps, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

I have a proposed 'fix' for the Learning Helmet.

The learning helmet itself costs a set amount, but the 'skill training programs' are what cost the varied amounts. Lets say 10 x the desired number of skills x the desired number of skill ranks in gp.

Just a thought.


Reviewed first on endzeitgeist.com, then submitted to Nerdtrek and GMS magazine and posted here, on OBS and d20pfsrd.com's shop.

@Warhawk7: Your fix does sound reasonable - I read the item as an item that needs to be crafted for one specific retrain for a given individual, but I actually like your take better! :D

Shadow Lodge

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Rolling through this again and I have a question. Can nanoweave be used to created armors and if so what benefits does it impart to the wearer?


doc the grey wrote:
Rolling through this again and I have a question. Can nanoweave be used to created armors and if so what benefits does it impart to the wearer?

When I wrote nanoweave, I had in mind the type of lightweight, carbon fiber materials that provide lightweight, durable material to make items necessary to survival in hostile environments while taking up a minimum of space and carrying capacity. To be honest, it hadn't occurred to me to look at its use in armor.

While durable, nanoweave is meant to withstand environmental stress, rather than blades and focused blows. However, layering enough of it to serve as armor seems feasible. A quick way to do it would be to give it properties equivalent to mithral as a manufacturing material.

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