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Alex Smith 908 wrote:
Was Paizo satisfied with how the Monster Codex turned out? Is it likely that we will see a Monster Codex 2 in the future?

Personally? I would have rather had another bestiary, but overall we're satisfied with how Monster Codex turned out, yes.

And we don't announce books that far in advance. We've not yet said anything about a Monster Codex 2, but we have yet to do a "2" for ANY book other than a Bestiary and I'm in no big rush to change that.


What kind of plans are there for Alternate Racial Traits for Bestiary 4 and closed content races? Are there any such plans? If so, when?

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Guang wrote:
What kind of plans are there for Alternate Racial Traits for Bestiary 4 and closed content races? Are there any such plans? If so, when?

No plans.


James Jacobs wrote:
Guang wrote:
What kind of plans are there for Alternate Racial Traits for Bestiary 4 and closed content races? Are there any such plans? If so, when?
No plans.

No plans as in, not interested, or no plans as in some day, but not soon?

The Exchange

James, hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

The Core Cleric has a sentence in the description “While the vast majority of clerics revere a specific deity, a small number dedicate themselves to a divine concept worthy of devotion — such as battle, death, justice, or knowledge — free of a deific abstraction. (Work with your GM if you prefer this path to selecting a specific deity.)”

Pathfinder has several examples:

- Diabolism
- Green Faith
- Ichimeiyo
- Pao-Lung
- Sangpotshi
- Tamashigo
- The Philosophies of Kalistrade
- The Whispering Way

Q: Was the sentence from the cleric class 1) a holdover from 3.5 (missed in editing); 2) a rules decision; 3) a creative decision; 4) a mistake; 5) other (please explain)?

Q: Is the answer to "Can a cleric have a divine concept instead of an actual deity?" different when asked from a creative perspective as opposed to a rules perspective?

Q: Are divine concepts limited to those published by Paizo or can a PC design a concept (with GM approval)?

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:


By building a society with open sexuality, fluid gender roles, lots of freedom, and lots of emphasis on beauty.

So the dark side of an Arshean nation would be expressed by beauty pageant moms?


What are you hoping to get for Christmas this year?


Do you ever look at the pathfinder wiki?


1)What does Holy Sunlord Thalachos do in his free time?

2)What does The Night Monarch do in it's free time?

3)What does the Spirit of Adoration do in her free time?

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber

What would you say are the most famous tragedies in Golarion's literature? Who are their "Tristan and Isoldes," "Romeo and Juliets" or "Anakin and Padmés?"

I'm looking to play a bard who references such star-crossed couples in song.


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What is the worst that could happen?

Sovereign Court

Can firearms be made of obsidian/stone?

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Guang wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Guang wrote:
What kind of plans are there for Alternate Racial Traits for Bestiary 4 and closed content races? Are there any such plans? If so, when?
No plans.
No plans as in, not interested, or no plans as in some day, but not soon?

Not interested. The contents of the bestiaries are primarily meant for GMs, not players. We might now and then do some stuff with unusual zero-HD races for PCs in the Player Companion now and then, but otherwise no.

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eldergod0515 wrote:

James, hope you had a great Thanksgiving!

The Core Cleric has a sentence in the description “While the vast majority of clerics revere a specific deity, a small number dedicate themselves to a divine concept worthy of devotion — such as battle, death, justice, or knowledge — free of a deific abstraction. (Work with your GM if you prefer this path to selecting a specific deity.)”

Pathfinder has several examples:

- Diabolism
- Green Faith
- Ichimeiyo
- Pao-Lung
- Sangpotshi
- Tamashigo
- The Philosophies of Kalistrade
- The Whispering Way

Q1: Was the sentence from the cleric class 1) a holdover from 3.5 (missed in editing); 2) a rules decision; 3) a creative decision; 4) a mistake; 5) other (please explain)?

Q2: Is the answer to "Can a cleric have a divine concept instead of an actual deity?" different when asked from a creative perspective as opposed to a rules perspective?

Q3: Are divine concepts limited to those published by Paizo or can a PC design a concept (with GM approval)?

That's a rule I fought hard (and lost) to scrub from the Core Rulebook; we left it in mostly due to fears that removing it would be a step too far for folks who prefered 3.5 (we were, in my opinion, to timid in our changes to the game when we updated to Pathfinder, but that's 100% hindsight in action).

On Golarion, and thus the assumption for all of our content we publish for Golarion, clerics MUST worship a deity.

If you want to be a divine spellcaster who follows a philosophy instead, oracle is the best bet.

To answer your questions specifically:

Q1: Holdover maintained to preserve backward compatibility.

Q2: Yes. (In my opinion, a cleric who doesn't worship a deity is both less interesting AND loses the whole point of the class flavor.)

Q3: A player can design a new deity if he/she wants and has the GM approval, but in my opinion... that's the GM's playground, NOT the player's. It's kinda disrespectful in my opinion if a player wants to make their own deity, frankly. It's kinda like saying to the GM "Your creations aren't good enough and I can do better!" That MAY be the case, but if it is... then the player should be the GM.

Q3:

Shadow Lodge

James Jacobs wrote:


I get it that some folks would like to see Pathfinder be a game that presents mindless undead as non-evil, but that's not the game I'm the Creative Director of.

If you want non-evil skeletons or zombies, the solution is to transform a body into an animated object or other construct. Things like carrion golems, flesh golems, and bone golems, for example, or simple animated objects made from dead bodies are mindless but not evil. Another variant that's not evil would be the "zombies" created by yellow musk creepers.

With all due respect, James, another solution is to not really give a damn what the Creative Director thinks about what you do at your own personal table. If a group decides that mindless undead are non-evil, I somehow doubt you'll appear at their doorstep to tell them that they are DOINGITWRONG, and demand that they stop having BADWRONGFUN.

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LazarX wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:


By building a society with open sexuality, fluid gender roles, lots of freedom, and lots of emphasis on beauty.

So the dark side of an Arshean nation would be expressed by beauty pageant moms?

Ha. No.

The dark side would be ugly or even plain people being forced into second-class citizen positions. The fact that Arshea is good and her worshipers should be good as well SHOULD prevent that sort of classism and segregation from getting too far out of hand, but people are imperfect and get religion wrong all the time.

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Kthulhu wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:


I get it that some folks would like to see Pathfinder be a game that presents mindless undead as non-evil, but that's not the game I'm the Creative Director of.

If you want non-evil skeletons or zombies, the solution is to transform a body into an animated object or other construct. Things like carrion golems, flesh golems, and bone golems, for example, or simple animated objects made from dead bodies are mindless but not evil. Another variant that's not evil would be the "zombies" created by yellow musk creepers.

With all due respect, James, another solution is to not really give a damn what the Creative Director thinks about what you do at your own personal table. If a group decides that mindless undead are non-evil, I somehow doubt you'll appear at their doorstep to tell them that they are DOINGITWRONG, and demand that they stop having BADWRONGFUN.

My assumptions when folks ask me questions on this forum boil down to two:

1) They're asking about Golarion, and thus the answers I provide will be "how it works on Golarion."

2) They're asking for my opinion, and thus the answers I provide will be "How I'd make it work in my home game."

In pretty much all cases, all of those answers will be identical, because my home game pretty much IS the world of Golarion, with a few minor exceptions. That's kind of the whole point of my job and what I get paid for, frankly. It's a pretty unique situation.

Of COURSE I won't show up at your house and tell you you're playing the game wrong. That's not something I'm interested in at all. You know what's fun for your table, and that doesn't have to be the same as what's fun at mine. That's the beauty of the game, frankly; it's infinitely customizable in that way to adapt to each group's preference.

But if folks (and this includes anyone who wants to write for Paizo or is already writing for us) want to know my take on how it works in Golarion, I'm gonna tell them. See above.

So, I'll turn it back to you, and say with all due respect, if you don't agree with my opinions or answers here, that's fine, but keep in mind that's what folks WANT to hear on this thread. If you don't give a damn what the Creative Director thinks... I'm really not sure why you're interested at all in this thread, and have no idea what you might be getting out of it other than a chance to have an internet argument. Wouldn't you find more enjoyment spending time on another thread?

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Triphoppenskip wrote:
What are you hoping to get for Christmas this year?

Books, games, dinosaur stuff, bigfoot stuff, and a relaxing week or two in Point Arena. Same as any year, really! :P

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xavier c wrote:
Do you ever look at the pathfinder wiki?

Yes. All the time. It's a great place to start research on a topic.

But, as with ANY publicly-modifyable wiki, it's a terrible place to END your research!

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xavier c wrote:

1)What does Holy Sunlord Thalachos do in his free time?

2)What does The Night Monarch do in it's free time?

3)What does the Spirit of Adoration do in her free time?

Heralds don't have free time. They don't WANT free time. They serve their deity pretty much 24/7.

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

What would you say are the most famous tragedies in Golarion's literature? Who are their "Tristan and Isoldes," "Romeo and Juliets" or "Anakin and Padmés?"

I'm looking to play a bard who references such star-crossed couples in song.

"The Conception Exception" is probably the most famous of them; it ended up getting its author being the first confirmed Red Mantis victim, in fact.

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Tels wrote:
What is the worst that could happen?

Nothing mattering in the end.

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Arlok Ingdermun wrote:
Can firearms be made of obsidian/stone?

Can they be made of obsidian or stone in the real world? Not really.

Neither in Golarion.

You can make one out of stone or obsidian and then use magic to make it work better, but at that point it's the magic that matters, not the material. At that point, it might as well be a gun made of leather or cotton candy or teeth or snakes. The magic is what sets the properties of the weapon at that point, likely using the material as inspiration for its abilities, but the material itself on its own isn't gonna cut it.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

What would you say are the most famous tragedies in Golarion's literature? Who are their "Tristan and Isoldes," "Romeo and Juliets" or "Anakin and Padmés?"

I'm looking to play a bard who references such star-crossed couples in song.

"The Conception Exception" is probably the most famous of them; it ended up getting its author being the first confirmed Red Mantis victim, in fact.

What IS "The Conception Exception" anyway? A play? A poem? A political manifesto? I'm wondering just HOW it pissed someone off so much that they went to the Red Mantis.

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

What would you say are the most famous tragedies in Golarion's literature? Who are their "Tristan and Isoldes," "Romeo and Juliets" or "Anakin and Padmés?"

I'm looking to play a bard who references such star-crossed couples in song.

"The Conception Exception" is probably the most famous of them; it ended up getting its author being the first confirmed Red Mantis victim, in fact.
What IS "The Conception Exception" anyway? A play? A poem? A political manifesto? I'm wondering just HOW it pissed someone off so much that they went to the Red Mantis.

"The Conception Exception" is a play with a LOT of allegory/satire/snark written into it. We haven't revealed much more about it yet, other than that it's author was a halfling who had some VERY cutting and snarky and justified opinions about humanity and, in particular, Aroden.


James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:

1)What does Holy Sunlord Thalachos do in his free time?

2)What does The Night Monarch do in it's free time?

3)What does the Spirit of Adoration do in her free time?

Heralds don't have free time. They don't WANT free time. They serve their deity pretty much 24/7.

1)What are 7 different ways Sunlord Thalachos serves Sarenrae?

2)What are 7 different ways The Night Monarch serves Desna?

3)What are 7 different ways Spirit of Adoration serves Shelyn?


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What level is the spell "Teleport"?

If it's 4th level, are Wands of Teleport possible?

Can a caster use Greater Teleport to go to another planet in Golarion's system? Another planet somewhere else in space? Not talking about other planes, but this does raise another question: Is Earth in or on the same Material Plane as Golarion?


1)How do Psychopomps help Pharasma as a goddess of birth?

2)Can outsiders get pregnant? as in the inner sea gods book the write up on Pharasma's herald is said to show up at "celestial" and half-celestial births by Pharasma's other(outsider?) servants and that she has no interest in procreating her self. This would suggest that outsiders can give birth or procreate.

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xavier c wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:

1)What does Holy Sunlord Thalachos do in his free time?

2)What does The Night Monarch do in it's free time?

3)What does the Spirit of Adoration do in her free time?

Heralds don't have free time. They don't WANT free time. They serve their deity pretty much 24/7.

1)What are 7 different ways Sunlord Thalachos serves Sarenrae?

2)What are 7 different ways The Night Monarch serves Desna?

3)What are 7 different ways Spirit of Adoration serves Shelyn?

AKA: What are 21 different paragraphs of information about 3 of 20 (or more!) characters? Sorry... that's too close to design work, and I need to focus my design work on projects that I get paid to do! :-)

Inner Sea Gods has PAGES of information about these deities though, and that's filled with enough information about how someone (be they a mere cleric or a herald) can serve said deity.

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Ed Reppert wrote:

What level is the spell "Teleport"?

If it's 4th level, are Wands of Teleport possible?

Can a caster use Greater Teleport to go to another planet in Golarion's system? Another planet somewhere else in space? Not talking about other planes, but this does raise another question: Is Earth in or on the same Material Plane as Golarion?

Teleport is 5th level.

It sneaked in as a 4th level spell for the summoner but that was pretty much an error, unfortunately. And it's not something I'm keen to propagate by allowing wands of teleport into print. In fact, it's something I've been keen on officially errataing but that's a slooooow boat for lots of reasons.

Greater teleport cannot go to another planet; that's the purpose of interplanetary teleport. Greater teleport is pretty much meant to only cover going anywhere on one planet.

Earth is indeed in the same Material Plane (aka universe) as Golarion.

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xavier c wrote:

1)How do Psychopomps help Pharasma as a goddess of birth?

2)Can outsiders get pregnant? as in the inner sea gods book the write up on Pharasma's herald is said to show up at "celestial" and half-celestial births by Pharasma's other(outsider?) servants and that she has no interest in procreating her self. This would suggest that outsiders can give birth or procreate.

1) Psychopomps are more about helping with death. That's what "Psychopomp" means. On Golarion, they focus on guiding souls from life to death... there are some who help with the source to birth bit, I suppose... I'd have to read up on them more to remember which ones they are. Wes would be able to answer this off the top of his head, I suspect.

2) Depends on the outsider, but most can; that's one way that half-fiends and half-celestials come about, in fact. In some cases, such as succubi, we specifically provide details about how they can get pregnant. In fact, in Demons Revisited, I talk about how all 10 demons can procreate.


Hi, James!

I was curious, what were the drow like in your homebrew world of Baria? Were they much different than Golarion's drow?

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Varisian Wanderer wrote:

Hi, James!

I was curious, what were the drow like in your homebrew world of Baria? Were they much different than Golarion's drow?

What you see in Golarion is pretty much the role played by Baria's drow, including the element of secrecy (but not the "elves turn into drow" bit—I came up with that for Golarion exclusively).


Are you ready to see the last hobbit movie?

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xavier c wrote:
Are you ready to see the last hobbit movie?

Yes.

I'm even more ready for Peter Jackson to go back to making horror movies though... ;-)

Silver Crusade

James Jacobs wrote:
Arlok Ingdermun wrote:
Can firearms be made of obsidian/stone?
You can make one out of stone or obsidian and then use magic to make it work better, but at that point it's the magic that matters, not the material. The magic is what sets the properties of the weapon at that point, likely using the material as inspiration for its abilities, but the material itself on its own isn't gonna cut it.

So a +1 stone pistol is legal, and may as well not be stone for purposes of drawbacks?


James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Are you ready to see the last hobbit movie?

Yes.

I'm even more ready for Peter Jackson to go back to making horror movies though... ;-)

What is Peter Jackson did a film version of Rise of The Runelords? Would you wait for that to be done before he can go back to horror movies?

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Primus Agnarok wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Arlok Ingdermun wrote:
Can firearms be made of obsidian/stone?
You can make one out of stone or obsidian and then use magic to make it work better, but at that point it's the magic that matters, not the material. The magic is what sets the properties of the weapon at that point, likely using the material as inspiration for its abilities, but the material itself on its own isn't gonna cut it.
So a +1 stone pistol is legal, and may as well not be stone for purposes of drawbacks?

It's legal if your GM says so.

In my opinion, it'd be a waste to just say it's a "stone" pistol that's no different than a +1 pistol. It'd be FAR more interesting if, say, it were a "Stonegrip Pistol" that was a +1 pistol that gave you some earth/stone related power when you used it. Say... the ability to criticaly hit earth elementals or something unusual and unique.

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John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Are you ready to see the last hobbit movie?

Yes.

I'm even more ready for Peter Jackson to go back to making horror movies though... ;-)

What is Peter Jackson did a film version of Rise of The Runelords? Would you wait for that to be done before he can go back to horror movies?

Yes. Of course. Although I'd want creative control to reign in his goofy side and would force him to make it R-rated, which would probably mean we'd all lose money. I'd much rather have the creative team behind Game of Thrones/HBO tackle Runelords, to tell the truth.


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James Jacobs wrote:
I'd much rather have the creative team behind Game of Thrones/HBO tackle Runelords, to tell the truth.

I'd pay good money to see that!

On a tangentially-related note, have you seen the trailer for The Bandidook? It looks super-creepy!

Silver Crusade

James Jacobs wrote:
Arlok Ingdermun wrote:

Can firearms be made of obsidian/stone?

So a +1 stone pistol is legal, and may as well not be stone for purposes of drawbacks?

It's legal if your GM says so.

Well, from a PFS standpoint. The reason for it is it is significantly cheaper.


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James Jacobs wrote:
Ed Reppert wrote:

What level is the spell "Teleport"?

If it's 4th level, are Wands of Teleport possible?

Can a caster use Greater Teleport to go to another planet in Golarion's system? Another planet somewhere else in space? Not talking about other planes, but this does raise another question: Is Earth in or on the same Material Plane as Golarion?

Teleport is 5th level.

It sneaked in as a 4th level spell for the summoner but that was pretty much an error, unfortunately. And it's not something I'm keen to propagate by allowing wands of teleport into print. In fact, it's something I've been keen on officially errataing but that's a slooooow boat for lots of reasons.

Greater teleport cannot go to another planet; that's the purpose of interplanetary teleport. Greater teleport is pretty much meant to only cover going anywhere on one planet.

Earth is indeed in the same Material Plane (aka universe) as Golarion.

:5th level:" good! :-)

Greater teleport being limited to one planet makes sense, but then the description should say "distance: anywhere on the planet you start on" or some such.

"Interplanetary Teleport:" this one threw me, because I didn't know about it. I'd looked up "teleport" in the prd and found that, "teleport, greater," "teleport object," and "teleportation circle" all in the same place, but I didn't see "interplanetary teleport" there and it didn't occur to me to search elsewhere. I wonder what else I've missed? :-)


James Jacobs wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
xavier c wrote:
Are you ready to see the last hobbit movie?

Yes.

I'm even more ready for Peter Jackson to go back to making horror movies though... ;-)

What is Peter Jackson did a film version of Rise of The Runelords? Would you wait for that to be done before he can go back to horror movies?

Yes. Of course. Although I'd want creative control to reign in his goofy side and would force him to make it R-rated, which would probably mean we'd all lose money. I'd much rather have the creative team behind Game of Thrones/HBO tackle Runelords, to tell the truth.

Why do you want it to be R-rated..is it the sex? the violence? or the grimdarkness? You know Game of Thrones and all.

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Companion, Lost Omens, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

What would you say are the most famous tragedies in Golarion's literature? Who are their "Tristan and Isoldes," "Romeo and Juliets" or "Anakin and Padmés?"

I'm looking to play a bard who references such star-crossed couples in song.

"The Conception Exception" is probably the most famous of them; it ended up getting its author being the first confirmed Red Mantis victim, in fact.
What IS "The Conception Exception" anyway? A play? A poem? A political manifesto? I'm wondering just HOW it pissed someone off so much that they went to the Red Mantis.
"The Conception Exception" is a play with a LOT of allegory/satire/snark written into it. We haven't revealed much more about it yet, other than that it's author was a halfling who had some VERY cutting and snarky and justified opinions about humanity and, in particular, Aroden.

That's awesome, but not quite what I was looking for. I'm interested more in sad romances where the lovers end up dying in each other's arms and whatnot. Stuff Naderi would get all misty-eyed over, you know?

On an unrelated note, would an earthbreaker be the best way to simulate a maul in-game, or would that diminish its uniqueness as a Shoanti specialty?


Mentioning "The Conception Exception" and it being critical of Aroden actually makes me wonder something. How critical or perhaps better stated, how realistic can a followed be of their short comings of their deity?

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Haladir wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
I'd much rather have the creative team behind Game of Thrones/HBO tackle Runelords, to tell the truth.

I'd pay good money to see that!

On a tangentially-related note, have you seen the trailer for The Bandidook? It looks super-creepy!

I have. It showed at SIFF earlier this year, but I missed it due to being in California for the last week of the festival, alas. Looking forward to seeing the movie soon!

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Primus Agnarok wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Arlok Ingdermun wrote:

Can firearms be made of obsidian/stone?

So a +1 stone pistol is legal, and may as well not be stone for purposes of drawbacks?

It's legal if your GM says so.

Well, from a PFS standpoint. The reason for it is it is significantly cheaper.

In that case, then no, absolutely not, you can't make stone guns.

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xavier c wrote:
Why do you want it to be R-rated..is it the sex? the violence? or the grimdarkness? You know Game of Thrones and all.

Because that would allow more interesting stories to be told, in my opinion.

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

That's awesome, but not quite what I was looking for. I'm interested more in sad romances where the lovers end up dying in each other's arms and whatnot. Stuff Naderi would get all misty-eyed over, you know?

On an unrelated note, would an earthbreaker be the best way to simulate a maul in-game, or would that diminish its uniqueness as a Shoanti specialty?

Ah; then no, we haven't made up any of those yet that I know of.

And I thought the maul WAS in the game; hmm. Maybe not. Yeah, that'd work then.

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David Neilson wrote:
Mentioning "The Conception Exception" and it being critical of Aroden actually makes me wonder something. How critical or perhaps better stated, how realistic can a followed be of their short comings of their deity?

That'd certainly vary by deity.

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