#MyPathfinderSpoiler


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Thank you, Malcolm. You have been a diligent and appreciated scribe.


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"It likes riddles, praps it does, does it?"

A true consolation prize would be to have another game:

Find 100 answers to questions from the world of Golarion

Create 100 NPC characters who could inhabit the Age of Ashes, etc.

When we read the Hobbit, my students love when I put riddles on the quizzes :)


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Jason Bulmahn wrote:

Nice effort everyone! I am very proud of all of you for getting so close!

Maybe next time...

But never fear faithful Pathfinders, we will have plenty of additional reveals for you in the coming weeks leading up to the big release on August 1st!

Maybe once the game comes out in August, you can post something about what the big spoiler would have been. Just out of pure, morbid curiosity at that point. :)

Stone Dog wrote:
Thank you, Malcolm. You have been a diligent and appreciated scribe.

It has been my pleasure.

malcolm_n wrote:

Finished for posterity.

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Hey Jason, obviously we don't get all those spoilers you would have given us if all 100 were found since we didn't succeed.

But is there a chance you can tell us what would have been spoiled? Was it a preview of classes and/or ancestries or was it a wide range of things from the core rulebook like the 100 spoilers?

I can wait for August 1st to see the rules but I'm the type that once I get the rules, I'll always wonder what would have been spoiled and I've unluckily been cursed with a great memory for questions I don't get the answer too.


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Yea Malcolm your work has been much appreciated it made it so much easier to go over the spoilers without searching all over. I wish we could do something to reward you for the work.


I wonder since bless was already known in some form from the pregen, that is why it wasn't preserved and thus never found

Liberty's Edge

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kitmehsu wrote:
I wonder since bless was already known in some form from the pregen, that is why it wasn't preserved and thus never found

This seems very plausible. We didn't know about the quest to gather them all until later, after all.


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Deadmanwalking wrote:
kitmehsu wrote:
I wonder since bless was already known in some form from the pregen, that is why it wasn't preserved and thus never found
This seems very plausible. We didn't know about the quest to gather them all until later, after all.

I mean, legitimately if I had been at the event and "Bless" was the card I got, I likely would have considered that a vastly less interesting pull than most of the others.

But we still found 1-10 which didn't exactly reveal new information either.

Exo-Guardians

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Deadmanwalking wrote:
kitmehsu wrote:
I wonder since bless was already known in some form from the pregen, that is why it wasn't preserved and thus never found
This seems very plausible. We didn't know about the quest to gather them all until later, after all.

It was stated from the start that they had to be collected together for a reward.


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Good show everyone! From a purely statistical standpoint, if everyone had close to a one in three likelihood of not submitting their spoiler, that would have left an expected 1 dead spoiler number out of 100.

Not quite good enough!


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WatersLethe wrote:

Good show everyone! From a purely statistical standpoint, if everyone had close to a one in three likelihood of not submitting their spoiler, that would have left an expected 1 dead spoiler number out of 100.

Not quite good enough!

Were there exactly 400 people at the banquet? If not, it could be that not all 4 copies of every card was distributed. Like if there were 387 people, there could be 13 cards where there were only 3 copies. So that might skew the odds a bit. Of course, if there were like 408 people or something, that's a different story.

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