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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.
In your vast playing/game mastering experience, what is the male to female ratio you are seeing at your tables? (Have you encountered a non-binary player?)

Unfortunately not good...in all my years of playing I have played with 4 or 5 women gamers...compared to the 100+ guys I have played with. Never had a women GM either...Though I am trying to get into my friend's game.

I have had 1 trans woman in my game...for one session...and than she moved to Florida. And I have played with one trans man...other than that not that I know of.

This is not counting the play by post games though...

My starfinder group that I ran had myself (a trans woman), two cis women and two cis men, and the D&D group I am in is currently 3 cis men, a nonbinary person, myself, and a cis woman.

Buuuut I think the main reason there is that much diversity is that my gaming groups are mostly derived from people I know, or people that my friends know - if I were to go to a games store and try to join a game, I have no doubt that it would be 90% cis men.

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.
In your vast playing/game mastering experience, what is the male to female ratio you are seeing at your tables?
Unfortunately not good...in all my years of playing I have played with 4 or 5 women gamers...compared to the 100+ guys I have played with. Never had a women GM either...Though I am trying to get into my friend's game.
Alright then, what "in your opinion" would be a good gender balance among pregens? The adventure calls for 4-6, so I plan on 8 characters. I am helped by the fact that the MARVEL Savage Sword of Conan era has a higher tolerance for magic then the REH stories.
You could make the pre gens be either as the players desire...

You're right! If I go more minimal, I can put my focus where it should be.


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Who is your favorite science-fiction author? And what works would you recommend?
Let me think on this one...

Like this?

Actually it is more of a avoidance as when I start listing some of my favorite sci-fi writers I get political backlash...

Like I mention Robert Heinlein...and suddenly I am a facists...because people don't know how to read...and yet I will credit one of his novels as the first steps in realizing I am transgendered...

He did have some extreme ideas. :)

He did at that...I did not agree with him 100%...but his books are thought provoking...which unfortunately people dont like doing when it comes to politics.


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.
In your vast playing/game mastering experience, what is the male to female ratio you are seeing at your tables?
Unfortunately not good...in all my years of playing I have played with 4 or 5 women gamers...compared to the 100+ guys I have played with. Never had a women GM either...Though I am trying to get into my friend's game.
Alright then, what "in your opinion" would be a good gender balance among pregens? The adventure calls for 4-6, so I plan on 8 characters. I am helped by the fact that the MARVEL Savage Sword of Conan era has a higher tolerance for magic then the REH stories.
You could make the pre gens be either as the players desire...
You're right! If I go more minimal, I can put my focus where it should be.

Pretty much...just write the backgrounds so that gender is interchangeable.


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Tender Tendrils wrote:


My starfinder group that I ran had myself (a trans woman), two cis women and two cis men, and the D&D group I am in is currently 3 cis men, a nonbinary person, myself, and a cis woman.

Buuuut I think the main reason there is that much diversity is that my gaming groups are mostly derived from people I know, or people that my friends know - if I were to go to a games store and try to join a game, I have no doubt that it would be 90% cis men.

The thing with me is I came out late in life...and I haven't met alot of LGBTQ+ folk to make friends with...a d I had one bad experience when I did reach out once.

I have friend who worked at scifi convention (Lunacon)...and he knew some Trangendered people from the con. So he introduce me to one and seemed to be going well. She went off to talk to her friends to introduce me to them...a d the dragged her out of the room and ignored me for the rest of the con.

I have a strong suspicions that my trans Male friend screwed me over there.


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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Who is your favorite science-fiction author? And what works would you recommend?
Let me think on this one...

Like this?

Actually it is more of a avoidance as when I start listing some of my favorite sci-fi writers I get political backlash...

Like I mention Robert Heinlein...and suddenly I am a facists...because people don't know how to read...and yet I will credit one of his novels as the first steps in realizing I am transgendered...

He did have some extreme ideas. :)
He did at that...I did not agree with him 100%...but his books are thought provoking...which unfortunately people dont like doing when it comes to politics.

As someone who somehow manages to enjoy the written works of one of histories most xenophobic authors, I can agree that there is value in exposure to works by people who have very iffy ideologies, so long as you engage with the works with an understanding of how problematic they are. Reading starship troopers doesn't make you a fascist, but reading it and agreeing with the philosophy that is taught to Rico in the book probably does (as he is literally being taught to believe in a fascist system of government in the book).


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Selene Spires wrote:
Tender Tendrils wrote:


My starfinder group that I ran had myself (a trans woman), two cis women and two cis men, and the D&D group I am in is currently 3 cis men, a nonbinary person, myself, and a cis woman.

Buuuut I think the main reason there is that much diversity is that my gaming groups are mostly derived from people I know, or people that my friends know - if I were to go to a games store and try to join a game, I have no doubt that it would be 90% cis men.

The thing with me is I came out late in life...and I haven't met alot of LGBTQ+ folk to make friends with...a d I had one bad experience when I did reach out once.

I have friend who worked at scifi convention (Lunacon)...and he knew some Trangendered people from the con. So he introduce me to one and seemed to be going well. She went off to talk to her friends to introduce me to them...a d the dragged her out of the room and ignored me for the rest of the con.

I have a strong suspicions that my trans Male friend screwed me over there.

I am super lucky that I was able to figure this stuff out when I was 25 (I am 28 now). Though even then I wish it had been earlier. It has been my experience that the people who came out later in life have sadly struggled with this stuff a lot, so I am again, super lucky. (Though in other areas of my life I have been incredibly unlucky).

I just hope you don't give up on seeking chances to be yourself and to connect with people as yourself. Every little bit I have found has been an amazing feeling and I think everyone deserves to feel that.

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Are ye gaming this weekend?
Hopefully I will be running PF2E at my friend's RPGing club thingee sunday..,
You're still running Pathfinder 2nd Edition? Keep this up and you are going to start liking it more then PF1E.

My friend runs a gaming club type thing...he has a space provided by a friend and he charges people to play. Typically D&D 5th ed OP games(it is something they created themselves) run there on Sundays...he wants to expand the number of people who come so he wants me to run PF2E...

I am still negoationing what I get for it...

By the way: how did it go?


Tender Tendrils wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Who is your favorite science-fiction author? And what works would you recommend?
Let me think on this one...

Like this?

Actually it is more of a avoidance as when I start listing some of my favorite sci-fi writers I get political backlash...

Like I mention Robert Heinlein...and suddenly I am a facists...because people don't know how to read...and yet I will credit one of his novels as the first steps in realizing I am transgendered...

He did have some extreme ideas. :)
He did at that...I did not agree with him 100%...but his books are thought provoking...which unfortunately people dont like doing when it comes to politics.

As someone who somehow manages to enjoy the written works of one of histories most xenophobic authors, I can agree that there is value in exposure to works by people who have very iffy ideologies, so long as you engage with the works with an understanding of how problematic they are. Reading starship troopers doesn't make you a fascist, but reading it and agreeing with the philosophy that is taught to Rico in the book probably does (as he is literally being taught to believe in a fascist system of government in the book).

Very true...but Heinlein was a libertarian himself wrote the book not propose a working fascist system of government...but to explore the question of why men fight wars?

Anyway all idealougies are iffy...and we all need to understand how they are all problematic.


Tender Tendrils wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Tender Tendrils wrote:


My starfinder group that I ran had myself (a trans woman), two cis women and two cis men, and the D&D group I am in is currently 3 cis men, a nonbinary person, myself, and a cis woman.

Buuuut I think the main reason there is that much diversity is that my gaming groups are mostly derived from people I know, or people that my friends know - if I were to go to a games store and try to join a game, I have no doubt that it would be 90% cis men.

The thing with me is I came out late in life...and I haven't met alot of LGBTQ+ folk to make friends with...a d I had one bad experience when I did reach out once.

I have friend who worked at scifi convention (Lunacon)...and he knew some Trangendered people from the con. So he introduce me to one and seemed to be going well. She went off to talk to her friends to introduce me to them...a d the dragged her out of the room and ignored me for the rest of the con.

I have a strong suspicions that my trans Male friend screwed me over there.

I am super lucky that I was able to figure this stuff out when I was 25 (I am 28 now). Though even then I wish it had been earlier. It has been my experience that the people who came out later in life have sadly struggled with this stuff a lot, so I am again, super lucky. (Though in other areas of my life I have been incredibly unlucky).

I just hope you don't give up on seeking chances to be yourself and to connect with people as yourself. Every little bit I have found has been an amazing feeling and I think everyone deserves to feel that.

I have have not given up...

My main hang up with my current group of friends is...they fail me. Than I usually kick myself for expecting too much of them. I am also way too nice and forgiving for my own good at times.


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Are ye gaming this weekend?
Hopefully I will be running PF2E at my friend's RPGing club thingee sunday..,
You're still running Pathfinder 2nd Edition? Keep this up and you are going to start liking it more then PF1E.

My friend runs a gaming club type thing...he has a space provided by a friend and he charges people to play. Typically D&D 5th ed OP games(it is something they created themselves) run there on Sundays...he wants to expand the number of people who come so he wants me to run PF2E...

I am still negoationing what I get for it...

By the way: how did it go?

It went...okay.

I don't know how long I will be playing there though...not because of system...more to do with the Organize Play environment...and my friend's insistence of charging too much money...


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Selene Spires wrote:
Tender Tendrils wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Tender Tendrils wrote:


My starfinder group that I ran had myself (a trans woman), two cis women and two cis men, and the D&D group I am in is currently 3 cis men, a nonbinary person, myself, and a cis woman.

Buuuut I think the main reason there is that much diversity is that my gaming groups are mostly derived from people I know, or people that my friends know - if I were to go to a games store and try to join a game, I have no doubt that it would be 90% cis men.

The thing with me is I came out late in life...and I haven't met alot of LGBTQ+ folk to make friends with...a d I had one bad experience when I did reach out once.

I have friend who worked at scifi convention (Lunacon)...and he knew some Trangendered people from the con. So he introduce me to one and seemed to be going well. She went off to talk to her friends to introduce me to them...a d the dragged her out of the room and ignored me for the rest of the con.

I have a strong suspicions that my trans Male friend screwed me over there.

I am super lucky that I was able to figure this stuff out when I was 25 (I am 28 now). Though even then I wish it had been earlier. It has been my experience that the people who came out later in life have sadly struggled with this stuff a lot, so I am again, super lucky. (Though in other areas of my life I have been incredibly unlucky).

I just hope you don't give up on seeking chances to be yourself and to connect with people as yourself. Every little bit I have found has been an amazing feeling and I think everyone deserves to feel that.

I have have not given up...

My main hang up with my current group of friends is...they fail me. Than I usually kick myself for expecting too much of them. I am also way too nice and forgiving for my own good at times.

It is very difficult to maintain a balance between standing up for yourself and being patient and forgiving.


So anymore question for me?

Silver Crusade

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Aside from Succubi descended, what Tieflings would you like to see more of?


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Rysky wrote:
Aside from Succubi descended, what Tieflings would you like to see more of?

All types of tiefling need love.


So how is everybody doing?

Anymore questions for me?

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Companion, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Good, how about you?

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Selene Spires wrote:
I don't know how long I will be playing there though...not because of system...more to do with the Organize Play environment...and my friend's insistence of charging too much money...

Is he giving you enough of a "cut"?


Rysky wrote:

Good, how about you?

I am at my normal...which is not great but I am used to it... :(


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
I don't know how long I will be playing there though...not because of system...more to do with the Organize Play environment...and my friend's insistence of charging too much money...
Is he giving you enough of a "cut"?

Nope he does not pay GMs...we get to play for freez(which is meh)...and he will open the place for the GMs on Fridays(I am never free on Fridays)

So he is going have to do give me something....

Silver Crusade

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Selene Spires wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Good, how about you?

I am at my normal...which is not great but I am used to it... :(

*hugs*

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
I don't know how long I will be playing there though...not because of system...more to do with the Organize Play environment...and my friend's insistence of charging too much money...
Is he giving you enough of a "cut"?

Nope he does not pay GMs...we get to play for freez(which is meh)...and he will open the place for the GMs on Fridays(I am never free on Fridays)

So he is going have to do give me something....

What is your remaining "commitment"? (... to the playing group, not to him.)


Sorry away for so long.

Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
So anymore questions for me?

Should 2E gillfolk use 1) a variation of their 1E attribute bonuses and penalty, or b) should they be treated as another 2E human heritage as half-orcs and half-elves are?

If 1) and gillfolk are distinct from humans, then would half-gillfolk (child of a gillfolk and human) work as a human heritage?

Mmm...I would say either makes sense...So my guess is they would go the path of least resistance and make it a human heritage.

But if they do make gillfolk a distinct race than yes a half-gillfolk human heritage would make sense.

Yeah, I'm working up gillfolk as a separate ancestry, and half-gillfolk will be a human ancestry like half-elves and half-orcs.

Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Should a PF2E kitsune temporarily lose access to their low-light vision and enhanced Perception (hearing) bonus while in human form?
PF2E Kitsune are a thing?

Depends on what you mean.

If you mean: are they announced as coming to PF2E in an upcoming product (or 3PP product)? Then, No, not yet, at least not that I could find.

If you mean: is there a demand for PF2E kitsune, then yes, I believe there is.

Yeah added the fact that on how ancestries work in PF2E kitsune would be very hard to do well and meeting people's expectations of what kitsune are.

It is the shapeshifting...for some reason game designers overrate the agility.

I think I figured out how to do a kitsune ancestry properly under PF2E. The hardest parts were 1) keeping shapeshifting in line with Paizo's design philosophy, which I agree, Paizo does overly weigh the limited forms (one single alternate form) of shapeshifting, and b) figuring out how to do the nine-tails progression.

John Napier 698 wrote:
Kitsune should have their own ancestry, since I don't remember them coming from any other race in any of the folktales that I've read.

I agree. Kitsune seem to always "breed" true, even when procreating with other humanoids. Any non-kitsune with some kitsune in their ancestry would likely be a form of kami-blooded aasimar.


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
I don't know how long I will be playing there though...not because of system...more to do with the Organize Play environment...and my friend's insistence of charging too much money...
Is he giving you enough of a "cut"?

Nope he does not pay GMs...we get to play for freez(which is meh)...and he will open the place for the GMs on Fridays(I am never free on Fridays)

So he is going have to do give me something....

What is your remaining "commitment"? (... to the playing group, not to him.)

Well it is a chance people...make new friends...maybe meet the One.


Ambrosia Slaad wrote: wrote:
I agree. Kitsune seem to always "breed" true, even when procreating with other humanoids. Any non-kitsune with some kitsune in their ancestry would likely be a form of kami-blooded aasimar.

Be careful about mentioning breeding and Kitsune in the same sentence, you might over-excite some people on these forums.

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
I don't know how long I will be playing there though...not because of system...more to do with the Organize Play environment...and my friend's insistence of charging too much money...
Is he giving you enough of a "cut"?

Nope he does not pay GMs...we get to play for freez(which is meh)...and he will open the place for the GMs on Fridays(I am never free on Fridays)

So he is going have to do give me something....

What is your remaining "commitment"? (... to the playing group, not to him.)
Well it is a chance people...make new friends...maybe meet the One.

Do you mean?

"When the Matrix was first built, there was a man born inside who had the ability to change whatever he wanted, to remake the Matrix as he saw fit. It was he who freed the first of us, taught us the truth - As long as the Matrix exists, the human race will never be free. After he died, the Oracle prophesied his return and that his coming would hail the destruction of the Matrix, end the war, bring freedom to our people. That is why there are those who have spent our entire lives searching the Matrix looking for him."


Ambrosia Slaad wrote:

Sorry away for so long.

Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
So anymore questions for me?

Should 2E gillfolk use 1) a variation of their 1E attribute bonuses and penalty, or b) should they be treated as another 2E human heritage as half-orcs and half-elves are?

If 1) and gillfolk are distinct from humans, then would half-gillfolk (child of a gillfolk and human) work as a human heritage?

Mmm...I would say either makes sense...So my guess is they would go the path of least resistance and make it a human heritage.

But if they do make gillfolk a distinct race than yes a half-gillfolk human heritage would make sense.

Yeah, I'm working up gillfolk as a separate ancestry, and half-gillfolk will be a human ancestry like half-elves and half-orcs.

Selene Spires wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Should a PF2E kitsune temporarily lose access to their low-light vision and enhanced Perception (hearing) bonus while in human form?
PF2E Kitsune are a thing?

Depends on what you mean.

If you mean: are they announced as coming to PF2E in an upcoming product (or 3PP product)? Then, No, not yet, at least not that I could find.

If you mean: is there a demand for PF2E kitsune, then yes, I believe there is.

Yeah added the fact that on how ancestries work in PF2E kitsune would be very hard to do well and meeting people's expectations of what kitsune are.

It is the shapeshifting...for some reason game designers overrate the agility.

I think I figured out how to do a kitsune ancestry properly under PF2E. The hardest parts were 1) keeping shapeshifting in line with Paizo's design philosophy, which I agree, Paizo does overly weigh the limited forms (one single alternate form) of shapeshifting, and b) figuring out how to do the nine-tails progression.

John Napier 698 wrote:
Kitsune should have their own ancestry, since I don't
...

So what did you figure out..,

I would probably give them the change right out the gate...

For the tail progression I would create a series of feats that give you a tail at certain levels...kinda like how the break up spell progression for multiclass spellcasters...


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
I don't know how long I will be playing there though...not because of system...more to do with the Organize Play environment...and my friend's insistence of charging too much money...
Is he giving you enough of a "cut"?

Nope he does not pay GMs...we get to play for freez(which is meh)...and he will open the place for the GMs on Fridays(I am never free on Fridays)

So he is going have to do give me something....

What is your remaining "commitment"? (... to the playing group, not to him.)
Well it is a chance people...make new friends...maybe meet the One.

Do you mean?

"When the Matrix was first built, there was a man born inside who had the ability to change whatever he wanted, to remake the Matrix as he saw fit. It was he who freed the first of us, taught us the truth - As long as the Matrix exists, the human race will never be free. After he died, the Oracle prophesied his return and that his coming would hail the destruction of the Matrix, end the war, bring freedom to our people. That is why there are those who have spent our entire lives searching the Matrix looking for him."

A Jet Li reference would have been more obscure...

But no the One as in

The One out there for everyone...

The One to sweep me off my feet...

Etc...


So...anymore questions for me?


How about a Kitsune tail every two levels as racial feats, which also grants the Kitsune the spell-like ability associated with that tail?


John Napier 698 wrote:
How about a Kitsune tail every two levels as racial feats, which also grants the Kitsune the spell-like ability associated with that tail?

You don't get that many racial feats...


How about bundling them, then?

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Selene Spires wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
How about a Kitsune tail every two levels as racial feats, which also grants the Kitsune the spell-like ability associated with that tail?
You don't get that many racial feats...

I take it that this is one of the reasons that PF 2 is "broken?"


John Napier 698 wrote:
How about bundling them, then?

That is what I suggested above...


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
How about a Kitsune tail every two levels as racial feats, which also grants the Kitsune the spell-like ability associated with that tail?
You don't get that many racial feats...
I take it that this is one of the reasons that PF 2 is "broken?"

I would not say that...it does limit design space though...

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.

In a "(MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure" ... what would interest you in playing?

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Companion, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

For the Tails you could gain them similar to how the Spellcasting feats from the Multiclass Dedications work.

Take Feat, you gain a power, at level x you gain extra tail and power, at level xx you gain another tail and another power.

Take Improved Feat, you gain another tail and power, etc


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.
In a "(MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure" ... what would interest you in playing?

It would be more who is GMing and playing that I look at in gaming...


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Rysky wrote:

For the Tails you could gain them similar to how the Spellcasting feats from the Multiclass Dedications work.

Take Feat, you gain a power, at level x you gain extra tail and power, at level xx you gain another tail and another power.

Take Improved Feat, you gain another tail and power, etc

That is exactly what I was saying...except of course the wonderful Mistress Rysky said much more clearly...

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Companion, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber

Ehehe, sowwy, missed your line up there :3


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Rysky wrote:
Ehehe, sowwy, missed your line up there :3

No problem you obviously said it better than I did...really

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.
In a "(MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure" ... what would interest you in playing?
It would be more who is GMing and playing that I look at in gaming...

True. Being Heterosexual & Cis-Genered there are concerns that I don't automatically see.

However, since New Jersey to California would be a bit of a commute, you won't actually play the character.

But, depending on your Conan knowledge, I would be fishing for ideas. :)

Silver Crusade

Pathfinder Companion, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game, Starfinder Society Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Selene Spires wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Ehehe, sowwy, missed your line up there :3
No problem you obviously said it better than I did...really

Okies *hugs*


Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.
In a "(MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure" ... what would interest you in playing?
It would be more who is GMing and playing that I look at in gaming...

True. Being Heterosexual & Cis-Genered there are concerns that I don't automatically see.

However, since New Jersey to California would be a bit of a commute, you won't actually play the character.

But, depending on your Conan knowledge, I would be fishing for ideas. :)

Oh you want to know I would play...mmm...

I am thinking a witch. Outcast by her village she wanders the world looking for people to help...and damsels needing rescueing...

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Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:
Selene Spires wrote:
Lord Fyre wrote:

Continuing from above ...

For a (MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure (one shot or extended one shot), which would work better ...
* - Pre-generated characters?
* - Character creation instructions?

Probably pre-generated characters would work better...but I prefer character creation instructions.
In a "(MARVEL Era) Conan/Red Sonja themed Pathfinder 1E adventure" ... what would interest you in playing?
It would be more who is GMing and playing that I look at in gaming...

True. Being Heterosexual & Cis-Genered there are concerns that I don't automatically see.

However, since New Jersey to California would be a bit of a commute, you won't actually play the character.

But, depending on your Conan knowledge, I would be fishing for ideas. :)

Oh you want to know I would play...mmm...

I am thinking a witch. Outcast by her village she wanders the world looking for people to help...and damsels needing rescueing...

Ah! So, most likely from one of the Hyborian kingdoms that are less tolerant of magic (Aquilonia, Nemidia, even Argos). Hmmm ... She would have good reason to flee East or South, where magic is more tolerated (if not loved).

Of course, per your wise advice, the character would be a he/he (and distressed dudes/damsels). :) On point though, it is a good concept that I had not thought of. :)


You should go with she/he/they....


So anymore questions for me?

I am lonely:(

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Selene Spires wrote:

So anymore questions for me?

I am lonely:(

No. I'm all out of questions.


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Selene Spires wrote:
You should go with she/he/they....

Have you noticed how much the Gaming world has changed?

* - 2004 - LGBTQ inclusion in games isn't even an afterthought
* - 2009 - Paizo is way ahead on LGBTQ inclusion in their game products.
* - 2019 - LGBTQ inclusivity is the norm in gaming products from virtually all companies.

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