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http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/advancedRaceGuide/raceBuilder/racialTrai ts.html

The entry for "Blindsense 30 Feet (4 RP)" isn't bolded and can't be linked to directly.


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http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/bestiary2/introduction.html#aura

When I search the PRD for "Aura", the first result leads to the above link and I get this error:
The requested URL was not found on this server, or you do not have permission to access this area.


1.Can a character choose to delay a choice(such as spending skill points or selecting a feat)until a later level?

2.If I create a new character in a high level,can I choose my all feats as I get it in my present level directly?(Fot example,if I'm creating a character who has eight class levels,can he use a feat when he get in a lower level(like five)to choose [Improved Critical]?)Or I have to use the [Retraining} to reach this goal?If the answer is yes,should I pay for the[Retraining}?


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In the bestiary index (http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/indices/bestiary.html#) the "filter by subtype" section has problems. If you uncheck all options, you get 935 hits. If you check *one* options, those 935 hits (presumably creatures with no sub-type) still show up, making it hard to find those creatures with the one (or two or whatever) subtype you're looking for. Recommended fix: add a "no subtype" option to the filter, and then when it's unchecked don't find the critters with no subtype.

Note: this problem, or one very like it, was reported a year ago (by someone else, not me). Search the thread for "index by subtype".


The spell list impossible to sort by level is still a major issue, and it was reported in 2016.
http://paizo.com/pathfinderRPG/prd/indices/spelllists.html#

It was pretty helpful for new and ancient players alike, it's saddening it's still not fixed.


Issue: 1a)The magic item index is not linked to on the main PRD page.
1b)Items are sorted alphabetically, instead of by GM relevant details (price point, item slot, CL. Maybe a good set of filters to add?).

2) Magic items do not have their HP and Dr listed for ease of adjudication with the item itself in instances of sunder or natural 1 on saving throws.

3) PRD has not been updated in 2016 as was advertised in notices. Notice has not been removed to avoid misleading patrons as to the relevance/importance the PRD holds to the Paizo staff. (Affects people's viewpoint as to the professionalism of the company in general, regardless of whether the opinion is correct).

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I believe Paizo should take down this website. It hasn't been updated in 2 years, and is now out of date and chocked full of errors. In addition, Paizo is focused on moving PF 2.0 forward (as they should since it's their next BIG thing). I'm sure they no longer have the time and resources for this project that it's probably no longer on the "To Do" list. To further support this, they haven't released a new FAQ in months.

I haven't personally visited the PathfinderPRG site in almost a year, using other sites that have the time and resources to keep their content current and (mostly) error free.


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ckdragons wrote:

I believe Paizo should take down this website. It hasn't been updated in 2 years, and is now out of date and chocked full of errors. In addition, Paizo is focused on moving PF 2.0 forward (as they should since it's their next BIG thing). I'm sure they no longer have the time and resources for this project that it's probably no longer on the "To Do" list. To further support this, they haven't released a new FAQ in months.

I haven't personally visited the PathfinderPRG site in almost a year, using other sites that have the time and resources to keep their content current and (mostly) error free.

Please, no. I visit it many times each week in preparation for my games or when needing to look something up quickly during the game. I know it is incomplete, but that's much better then completely missing. I will continue playing multiple first edition campaign I have running that will take at least a year to finish.

It is true, though, that it is sad that the site is not updated, and even sadder is the fact that even brand new books like the Starfinder Armory have a prominetly placed box on their table of content that says you "can find the complete rules of these books available online for free at paizo.com/sfrd." when that site has in fact been saying nothing but "Coming Soon!" for almost a year now.


Google Chrome 68 was released today. This means http:// websites are marked as insecure, as was announced months ago. All of paizo.com is available using https, but almost all references that can be found, link to http instead.

The solution would be to redirect all http traffic to https.

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ckdragons wrote:

I believe Paizo should take down this website. It hasn't been updated in 2 years, and is now out of date and chocked full of errors. In addition, Paizo is focused on moving PF 2.0 forward (as they should since it's their next BIG thing). I'm sure they no longer have the time and resources for this project that it's probably no longer on the "To Do" list. To further support this, they haven't released a new FAQ in months.

I haven't personally visited the PathfinderPRG site in almost a year, using other sites that have the time and resources to keep their content current and (mostly) error free.

A better solution would be to open up the 1E SRD editing to the community to directly edit it as a wiki. Consensus verification of edits and corrections should be enough for most of the errors remaining outstanding, while someone on Paizo staff might drop in once in a while to put the final stamp on a correction once it has been crosschecked against the original manuscript.


I can't find the PRD any more. Seems that playtest has replaced it. Any chance of letting me know where it's hidden now, or providing a link?


Here's a link to the PRD, but I don't know if there is still an easily-visible button that leads there.


The PRD is being redirected to the Nethys site with a url of "http://aonprd.com/".

Is this intentional?

I haven't been around as much as I used too so I may have missed an announcement.


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wraithstrike wrote:

The PRD is being redirected to the Nethys site with a url of "http://aonprd.com/".

Is this intentional?

I haven't been around as much as I used too so I may have missed an announcement.

Here


Joana wrote:
wraithstrike wrote:

The PRD is being redirected to the Nethys site with a url of "http://aonprd.com/".

Is this intentional?

I haven't been around as much as I used too so I may have missed an announcement.

Here

Thanks

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Locking this thread. Paizo has now entered into a partnership with Archives of Nethys to bring you online versions of the Pathfinder RPG rules at pfrd.info. If you're looking for a copy of the Pathfinder Reference Document, you can find it at legacy.aonprd.com. Note that the legacy website does not have search functionality.

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