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Leucrotta63 wrote:
Does a Monk using Brass Knuckles use the Brass Knuckle damage or his own Unarmed Strike damage? Would enchanted Brass Knuckles add their enchantment bonus (or equivalent magical weapon enchantment, such as Flaming/Frost) to a Monk's Unarmed Strike?

That's an even better question for the rules forum and an FAQ.

My take... brass knuckles are weapons, not unarmed strikes. Don't mix them, cause that's cheesy and silly.

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Rysky wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
The first two plots have been translated into Pathfinder APs already—Curse of the Crimson Throne and Serpent's Skull. I've not yet translated the third into one yet, because I don't think management will let me kill off Irori with a transplanar supernatural immense faith parasite monster that siphons belief and digests it into anti-belief and then shoots it across the planes to kill a god.
What about Abadar?

Did you really just ask me if I thought it was a good idea to propose an AP where I kill off the deity whose image is used by one of the owners of the company as an avatar on these very boards?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Darius Darrenbar wrote:

James

Have you ever thought about bringing back a villain from a previous adventure path and reusing them for future one? If so what character(s) would you like to bring back?

Yes. And I'm not gonna say who, cause I'm gonna do it.

Nice.

Oh, crap. Rules of the thread... a question...

Isn't coffee better black?

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Rysky wrote:
Also regarding Bloodborne, ** spoiler omitted **

I haven't gotten by the first boss, so no comment yet. And haven't read the spoiler.

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Roshan wrote:
When you summon a creature using summon monster or summon natures ally, how does it work? Does it conjure a likeness of that creature to fight for you or does it bring a real creature from somewhere?

It summons a "copy" of an idealized incarnation of the creature. A summoned creature doesn't exist before you cast the spell, nor does it exist once the spell expires.

That's the difference between summoning spells and calling spells. Calling spells DO conjure a real creature.

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Albatoonoe wrote:
Have you seem the film "Resolution"? It's on netflix now if you haven't. Judging by the films you like (which are very similar to mine), I think you'll really like it.

Yup; saw it last year. It's a GREAT movie. Loved it.

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Ed Reppert wrote:
Where did Lini find Droogami?

In the Land of the Linnorm Knigs.

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The Golux wrote:

James,

is the Cult of the Dawnflower problem with insufficiently good and merciful followers an issue in kelesh as a whole, or is it mostly a Qadiran-and-Avistani thing?

It's pretty much a localized Qadira thing. Pretty much everywhere else, Sarenrae's faith isn't warmongery like it has been portrayed in Qadira.

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Thomas LeBlanc wrote:
James, is this horrorific pie for you?.

No... but it looks like it's made of blueberries which is one of my least favorite pies. It would be better as pumpkin or raspberry.

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Samy wrote:

Hello James,

will we find out the AP after Hell's Rebels at PaizoCon, even though PaizoCon is so relatively early this year?

Will there be any hardcovers announced at PaizoCon?

The timing of when Paizocon happens does not mean we won't use Paizocon to announce things. We will indeed announce the next AP there, as well as a hardcover or few.

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Kerney wrote:

What would you do if you had an Eidolon?

If there any hope for a type of Eidolon that is smarter or more charismatic than most NPCs in anything coming out?

Thinking of setting a campaign in the fantasy equivilent of the American Southwest (i.e. home, only about 700 years ago). How would you approach an area like this which is not your usual fantasy setting?

Thanks for your answers in advance.

I'd retrain to bard if I had an eidolon.

An American Southwest campaign? I would approach it with caution and tons of respect for the indigenous cultures.

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Adam Daigle wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Darius Darrenbar wrote:

James

Have you ever thought about bringing back a villain from a previous adventure path and reusing them for future one? If so what character(s) would you like to bring back?

Yes. And I'm not gonna say who, cause I'm gonna do it.

Nice.

Oh, crap. Rules of the thread... a question...

Isn't coffee better black?

It is better black.

And I believe I told you who I'm gonna bring back, didn't I? It's TWO villains, in fact. I'll tellya on Monday.

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Generic GM wrote:

Hello!

Thank you for your answer about the dreaded Queen Ileosa. The thought of her at a national level of power is pretty scary.

Could you talk about this a bit more, "transplanar supernatural immense faith parasite monster that siphons belief and digests it into anti-belief and then shoots it across the planes to kill a god.", Because frankly that sounds amazing!

Also, what have/are the aboleth up to in your homebrewed game?

Hope you have a great weekend!

I might talk more about it some day... but for now, I kinda don't wanna say much more. I like to keep things from my setting close to the chest until I decide if I want to keep them for my own use or sell them, basically.

As for the aboleth goals in my homebrew... I pretty much wrote that entirely up for D&D's Lords of Madness hardcover. That.

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:

A while ago I asked you about paladins and The Green Faith, noting its emphasis on cycles and natural laws and stuff. Your response made sense: Paladins are all about doing what's right and honorable, and the Green Faith is about nature, which ISN'T right and ISN'T honorable.

I'm curious now about on the other end. Followers of the Green Faith can be any Neutral, including LN and NG. I'm wondering how "paladin-like" a NG druid of the Green Faith could get away with being. Working to venerate and protect nature, destroy those who despoil it, maintain the balance of it, etc. seems pretty straightforward, but how much leeway does such a person get before their alignment is essentially LG and nature ceases to empower them? I suppose the root of the question is that I have a hard time understanding how to separate the various Good alignments from one another in terms of behavior, especially if such a character believes in things like maintaining or restoring the balance and cycles of the world where they've been damaged (like in the Worldwound for example).

What separates a NG person from a LG person?

Lawful neutral is not paladin-like at all.

What separates neutral good from lawful good is that the neutral good person is willing to give up more to do good. They aren't going to be shackled by tradition or laws. Neutral good is, in a lot of ways, the most "pure" form of good.

And how exactly does that perspective intersect with the Green Faith and its demands?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Darius Darrenbar wrote:

James

Have you ever thought about bringing back a villain from a previous adventure path and reusing them for future one? If so what character(s) would you like to bring back?

Yes. And I'm not gonna say who, cause I'm gonna do it.

Nice.

Oh, crap. Rules of the thread... a question...

Isn't coffee better black?

It is better black.

And I believe I told you who I'm gonna bring back, didn't I? It's TWO villains, in fact. I'll tellya on Monday.

Do you want to just tell him here so he doesn't need to wait until Monday? Could you put it in a Spoiler block and ask everyone else not to look? ;)

Actually, I think I know who it is.

No one except James Jacobs should look at this:
EXPLOSIVE RUNES!

But really...it's Nualia, isn't it?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
The first two plots have been translated into Pathfinder APs already—Curse of the Crimson Throne and Serpent's Skull. I've not yet translated the third into one yet, because I don't think management will let me kill off Irori with a transplanar supernatural immense faith parasite monster that siphons belief and digests it into anti-belief and then shoots it across the planes to kill a god.
What about Abadar?
Did you really just ask me if I thought it was a good idea to propose an AP where I kill off the deity whose image is used by one of the owners of the company as an avatar on these very boards?

I don't see why he gets special privileges just because he happens to look like Vic...

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James Jacobs wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Darius Darrenbar wrote:

James

Have you ever thought about bringing back a villain from a previous adventure path and reusing them for future one? If so what character(s) would you like to bring back?

Yes. And I'm not gonna say who, cause I'm gonna do it.

Nice.

Oh, crap. Rules of the thread... a question...

Isn't coffee better black?

It is better black.

And I believe I told you who I'm gonna bring back, didn't I? It's TWO villains, in fact. I'll tellya on Monday.

Oooh! Oooh! Me too!

Oh crap, it's supposed to be a question...

What's your favorite tea?

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James Jacobs wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Darius Darrenbar wrote:

James

Have you ever thought about bringing back a villain from a previous adventure path and reusing them for future one? If so what character(s) would you like to bring back?

Yes. And I'm not gonna say who, cause I'm gonna do it.

Nice.

Oh, crap. Rules of the thread... a question...

Isn't coffee better black?

It is better black.

And I believe I told you who I'm gonna bring back, didn't I? It's TWO villains, in fact. I'll tellya on Monday.

Which APs will they be in? I could think of a good one from Council of Thieves...

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

A while ago I asked you about paladins and The Green Faith, noting its emphasis on cycles and natural laws and stuff. Your response made sense: Paladins are all about doing what's right and honorable, and the Green Faith is about nature, which ISN'T right and ISN'T honorable.

I'm curious now about on the other end. Followers of the Green Faith can be any Neutral, including LN and NG. I'm wondering how "paladin-like" a NG druid of the Green Faith could get away with being. Working to venerate and protect nature, destroy those who despoil it, maintain the balance of it, etc. seems pretty straightforward, but how much leeway does such a person get before their alignment is essentially LG and nature ceases to empower them? I suppose the root of the question is that I have a hard time understanding how to separate the various Good alignments from one another in terms of behavior, especially if such a character believes in things like maintaining or restoring the balance and cycles of the world where they've been damaged (like in the Worldwound for example).

What separates a NG person from a LG person?

Lawful neutral is not paladin-like at all.

What separates neutral good from lawful good is that the neutral good person is willing to give up more to do good. They aren't going to be shackled by tradition or laws. Neutral good is, in a lot of ways, the most "pure" form of good.

And how exactly does that perspective intersect with the Green Faith and its demands?

Usually with disagreement and argument, and often with conflict that can lead to fighting. Which is, of course, not the same as being at war.

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The Fox wrote:


Do you want to just tell him here so he doesn't need to wait until Monday? Could you put it in a Spoiler block and ask everyone else not to look? ;)

Nope, and nope.

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Rysky wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Rysky wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
The first two plots have been translated into Pathfinder APs already—Curse of the Crimson Throne and Serpent's Skull. I've not yet translated the third into one yet, because I don't think management will let me kill off Irori with a transplanar supernatural immense faith parasite monster that siphons belief and digests it into anti-belief and then shoots it across the planes to kill a god.
What about Abadar?
Did you really just ask me if I thought it was a good idea to propose an AP where I kill off the deity whose image is used by one of the owners of the company as an avatar on these very boards?
I don't see why he gets special privileges just because he happens to look like Vic...

People who more or less sign my paycheck have plenty of reasons to have influence on what I do to earn said paycheck.

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Jessica Price wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Darius Darrenbar wrote:

James

Have you ever thought about bringing back a villain from a previous adventure path and reusing them for future one? If so what character(s) would you like to bring back?

Yes. And I'm not gonna say who, cause I'm gonna do it.

Nice.

Oh, crap. Rules of the thread... a question...

Isn't coffee better black?

It is better black.

And I believe I told you who I'm gonna bring back, didn't I? It's TWO villains, in fact. I'll tellya on Monday.

Oooh! Oooh! Me too!

Oh crap, it's supposed to be a question...

What's your favorite tea?

HA! Monday!!!

For the revelation, not the tea.

My favorite tea is probably something with raspberry in it, and it's probably sold at Teavana. And that mystery tea whose name I forgot already is pretty good too!

NO WAIT. My favorite tea is the "T" that starts the word Tyrannosaurus.

HA.

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Thomas LeBlanc wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Adam Daigle wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Darius Darrenbar wrote:

James

Have you ever thought about bringing back a villain from a previous adventure path and reusing them for future one? If so what character(s) would you like to bring back?

Yes. And I'm not gonna say who, cause I'm gonna do it.

Nice.

Oh, crap. Rules of the thread... a question...

Isn't coffee better black?

It is better black.

And I believe I told you who I'm gonna bring back, didn't I? It's TWO villains, in fact. I'll tellya on Monday.

Which APs will they be in? I could think of a good one from Council of Thieves...

WAY too early to say.


I have an AP question with the maps. If a feature such as a wall of a cavern goes over the line into the next square, but only slightly, but the AP does not call for squeezing is it just "how the art was done" or was the intent to force characters to squeeze through? Since this is an AP question, and not really a rules question I figured I could ask you, but if not then I will go to where ever you point. :)

PS: Sorry for the long sentence.

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

A while ago I asked you about paladins and The Green Faith, noting its emphasis on cycles and natural laws and stuff. Your response made sense: Paladins are all about doing what's right and honorable, and the Green Faith is about nature, which ISN'T right and ISN'T honorable.

I'm curious now about on the other end. Followers of the Green Faith can be any Neutral, including LN and NG. I'm wondering how "paladin-like" a NG druid of the Green Faith could get away with being. Working to venerate and protect nature, destroy those who despoil it, maintain the balance of it, etc. seems pretty straightforward, but how much leeway does such a person get before their alignment is essentially LG and nature ceases to empower them? I suppose the root of the question is that I have a hard time understanding how to separate the various Good alignments from one another in terms of behavior, especially if such a character believes in things like maintaining or restoring the balance and cycles of the world where they've been damaged (like in the Worldwound for example).

What separates a NG person from a LG person?

Lawful neutral is not paladin-like at all.

What separates neutral good from lawful good is that the neutral good person is willing to give up more to do good. They aren't going to be shackled by tradition or laws. Neutral good is, in a lot of ways, the most "pure" form of good.

And how exactly does that perspective intersect with the Green Faith and its demands?
Usually with disagreement and argument, and often with conflict that can lead to fighting. Which is, of course, not the same as being at war.

Forgive me, but I'm not sure I follow. What I mean to say is how do NG Green Faithers differ from the N majority in terms of beliefs and practices?


James Jacobs wrote:
Haladir wrote:
Any place in New England you'd like to visit some day?

...Providence, Rhode Island....

I'll be quite sad if I'm not aware of this...


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1)When do you think we will get a pathfinder rpg video game?(that is like dragon age or neverwinter nights or even Pillars of Eternity)

2)What would you want a pathfinder rpg video game to be like?(or what would you like to see in a pathfinder rpg video game)


Has anybody at the office ever designed a PC race for the Pseudodragon?

If not, could you enlighten me on the RP for the following abilities? Or at least an estimate that you can think of, or perhaps forward me to somebody else who could help. I am trying to turn the Pseudodragon into a playable race using the Race Builder from ARG, but there are quite a few traits left out:

WARNING: wall of text, sorta:
  • 15ft. land speed
  • Stinger
  • Poison
  • Telepathy 60ft.
  • Blindsense 60ft.

Some others that I believe I came up with a sensible solution for, but would still like your input:

  • Greater Spell Resistance seems to fit the 12 that it has per the bestiary, but I am thinking Lesser might make it more balance since it will also be gaining PC class levels.
  • I went with Sneaky (5 RP) and Camouflage (forest) (1 RP) for the +4/+8 racial bonus to stealth. Though I am finding it very hard to see how a +4 to stealth is powerful enough to warrant 5 RP...
  • I decided to use Xenophobic at a -1 RP by removing the ability to gain additional bonus languages.
  • I went with Greater Weakness for the ability scores (lowers the RP some and fits into the 7 strength issue Pseudodragons have, paired with the -2 size penalty.

I would really appreciate any and all input you could provide, as it stands the Pseudodragon has 40+ RP...more than a gargoyle...


Regarding the conclusion of Iron Gods...:
1. If Casandalee were to choose which memory facets were used in her divine ascension, what would they be? Given her interests, I'm guessing Creativity (Charm), Ingenuity (Artifice), Logic (Knowledge), and Psyche (Repose).

2. Also, what would she want her areas of concern be? I'm guessing androids, emotions, and past lives.

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wraithstrike wrote:

I have an AP question with the maps. If a feature such as a wall of a cavern goes over the line into the next square, but only slightly, but the AP does not call for squeezing is it just "how the art was done" or was the intent to force characters to squeeze through? Since this is an AP question, and not really a rules question I figured I could ask you, but if not then I will go to where ever you point. :)

PS: Sorry for the long sentence.

Nope. The intent was not to force squeezing. In fact, and in my opinion... GMs tend to be TOO strict on whether or not a PC can "fit" in a square. PCs aren't five feet across. You can stand in a pretty narrow area and not "squeeze." As a general rule, if at least half a square is not clogged by wall, then you should be able to occupy it. If less than half is available, whether or not you let a PCs squeeze, stand, or not enter at all is left to the GM.

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:


Forgive me, but I'm not sure I follow. What I mean to say is how do NG Green Faithers differ from the N majority in terms of beliefs and practices?

They're friendlier. More open to visitors and nicer overall.

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xavier c wrote:

1)When do you think we will get a pathfinder rpg video game?(that is like dragon age or neverwinter nights or even Pillars of Eternity)

2)What would you want a pathfinder rpg video game to be like?(or what would you like to see in a pathfinder rpg video game)

1) I would love this. But I'm not gonna say anything else on the topic.

2) As above, I'd love a game in the stye of Baldur's Gate or Pillars, but I'd also love a Skyrim or Dragon Age or Witcher style game. Beyond that, I'd love to see an Assassin's Creed style game, or a Dark Souls style game, or a survival horror style game, or a platformer, or even a dating sim type game! The more the better!

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BigP4nda wrote:

Has anybody at the office ever designed a PC race for the Pseudodragon?

If not, could you enlighten me on the RP for the following abilities? Or at least an estimate that you can think of, or perhaps forward me to somebody else who could help. I am trying to turn the Pseudodragon into a playable race using the Race Builder from ARG, but there are quite a few traits left out:

** spoiler omitted **

I would really appreciate any and all input you could provide, as it stands the Pseudodragon has 40+ RP...more than a gargoyle...

Nope... and frankly, I think it's not a good idea. For two main reasons.

Too small.

Not human-shaped.

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AlgaeNymph wrote:

Spoiler:
1. If Casandalee were to choose which memory facets were used in her divine ascension, what would they be? Given her interests, I'm guessing Creativity (Charm), Ingenuity (Artifice), Logic (Knowledge), and Psyche (Repose).

2. Also, what would she want her areas of concern be? I'm guessing androids, emotions, and past lives.

Spoiler:
1) They'd be the ones SHE wanted. And what SHE wants depends on how she's played in any one game. It would depend on how the PCs interacted with her from the 4th adventure to the end, and as such, there's not any one "baseline" choice.

2) What her areas of concern would be would vary wildly, but again, it would depend on a combination of her interactions with the PCs and what her domains ended up being. It really HAS to and SHOULD be organic, something that makes sense given her role in any one game, and as such, I'm very hesitant to "taint" that with anything that could be misunderstood as "official" selections.

Silver Crusade

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Another name question. Does Bren sound like something Kellid parents might name their kid, or does it sound silly?


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On earth, four species in genus Panthera — tigers, lions, leopards and jaguars — roar. Snow leopards (which are a different species than leopards) do not roar.

Which cats on Golarion roar?


How far have you gotten in Bloodborne?

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Another name question. Does Bren sound like something Kellid parents might name their kid, or does it sound silly?

Sounds fine.

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Ed Reppert wrote:

On earth, four species in genus Panthera — tigers, lions, leopards and jaguars — roar. Snow leopards (which are a different species than leopards) do not roar.

Which cats on Golarion roar?

Same ones as in the real world.

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Icyshadow wrote:
How far have you gotten in Bloodborne?

Haven't yet killed the first boss. Have only gained 1 level so far. Not that far, in other words.

Was busy this weekend with other things.

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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Still playing Warcraft? What's your huntress doing now?


Hey James, we've been working through that list of movies!

We took in Yellowbrickroad last night, which I liked (although it seemed a bit style-over-substance).

It got me thinking... have you ever seen A Field in England? It's got the same vibe of hallucinatory madness in the wilderness, but set in the English civil war, and with alchemists!


Why do the ghouls of Nemret Noktoria hate ghasts, aside from the meta precedent in Lovecraft?

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LazarX wrote:
Still playing Warcraft? What's your huntress doing now?

I am indeed... although not a lot. Been focusing my video game time on other games. My Warcraft project at the moment is farming a certain raptor-riding thug in Zul-Gurub for his mount. Been after that raptor for years and years and years, and have been camping the entrance and rushing in to push him around every few days.

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Filby Pott wrote:
Why do the ghouls of Nemret Noktoria hate ghasts, aside from the meta precedent in Lovecraft?

That's the primary reason. Ghasts are in the game, after all, due to Lovecraft.

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Mythic Evil Lincoln wrote:

Hey James, we've been working through that list of movies!

We took in Yellowbrickroad last night, which I liked (although it seemed a bit style-over-substance).

It got me thinking... have you ever seen A Field in England? It's got the same vibe of hallucinatory madness in the wilderness, but set in the English civil war, and with alchemists!

Huh... never heard of it. I'll check it out; thanks!

Silver Crusade

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James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Another name question. Does Bren sound like something Kellid parents might name their kid, or does it sound silly?

Sounds fine.

AT LAST! Now to agonize over his class for a few weeks or so.

Would a metal shield boss on a wooden shield affect a druid's ability to wield it?

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber
James Jacobs wrote:
LazarX wrote:
Still playing Warcraft? What's your huntress doing now?
I am indeed... although not a lot. Been focusing my video game time on other games. My Warcraft project at the moment is farming a certain raptor-riding thug in Zul-Gurub for his mount. Been after that raptor for years and years and years, and have been camping the entrance and rushing in to push him around every few days.

Have you picked up your faction's Rhino Mount from Mists of Pandaria? And did you ever make it to the island of Really Huge Dinos?

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Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
Archpaladin Zousha wrote:
Another name question. Does Bren sound like something Kellid parents might name their kid, or does it sound silly?

Sounds fine.

AT LAST! Now to agonize over his class for a few weeks or so.

Would a metal shield boss on a wooden shield affect a druid's ability to wield it?

It would in my games.

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LazarX wrote:
James Jacobs wrote:
LazarX wrote:
Still playing Warcraft? What's your huntress doing now?
I am indeed... although not a lot. Been focusing my video game time on other games. My Warcraft project at the moment is farming a certain raptor-riding thug in Zul-Gurub for his mount. Been after that raptor for years and years and years, and have been camping the entrance and rushing in to push him around every few days.
Have you picked up your faction's Rhino Mount from Mists of Pandaria? And did you ever make it to the island of Really Huge Dinos?

I never picked that, no.

But yes, I mined the hell out of those dinosaur bones and got all the raptors. Including the bone white one.

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