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Pathfinder General /pfg/

If you want build advice make sure to say what 3pp you can use, if any.

Changing Fate edition! What's the most historically significant thing your character has ever personally done? Are they remembered for it, and if so how? Bonus if the remembrance extends further than "I'm in the history books."

Unified /pfg/ link repository: http://pastebin.com/JTj1yEmU

Kineticists of Porphyra IV: End of an Era playtest: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1XTgiUdDSrTCvATEDeDJ4MnbDgS6KEBLu2e9mjj5fwaw/edit
Broken Shackles Playtest: https://app.roll20.net/lfg/listing/59701/broken-shackles-test-play

Old thread: >>50057050

>> No.50067510

He reintroduced plumbing and sanitation both brevoy and ustalav. In both cases he was forced to use mass slaughter to do it too.

Literally arrowed *thousands* for the flushing cause.

>> No.50067601

Haven't done it yet, but we're getting to wrapping up Curse of the Crimson Throne, and my magus is the one wielding Serithtial.

>> No.50067630


Come to think of it, most of the games I've played in have heavily trended toward the "fade into history" angle, or most of the stuff that happened was clandestine and not public to begin with.

Come to think of it again, the few examples that do stick out as potential great and public deeds, the GM finagled some reason that our antics didn't get us publicity to preserve certain game aspects like people never taking us seriously...

What the hell, GM?

>> No.50067653

Drop Dead Studios just put out another playtest, this time for Gear of Power, our Spheres equipment guide. It's still early in development:


>> No.50067743


One of the biggest downers a DM can give you at the end of a campaign is "congratulations heroes, you did it! Shame nobody else knows."

It's like yeah, I don't want this to just be a power fantasy lesson in mutual masturbation, but I'd like to be a level 13 character getting wined and dined by a Duke, or maybe come across a puppetteer doing a show of one of our adventures, or heck maybe a scrappy little kid fawning over the cool hero/heroine.

There is a time and a place for leading a quiet life, but that's something the PC should expressly want.

>> No.50067781

>be Ancient Thassilonian trapped in stasis for godawful long periods of time
>woken up by PCs on accident, communicate with the party's history nerd who knows enough of my speech (supplemented by a shared knowledge of Aklo) to be brought up to speed
>explain I was imprisoned for an attempted rebellion, the powers that be thought having to sit for eternity in isolation with the knowledge of my failure was more fitting than death (GM's idea, I just rolled with it)
>agree to help them with their quest because APPARENTLY even though the empire crumbled, there's still remnants of the old Lords around and I've got a few millenia worth of anger issues and atrophied magical powers to work on
>In the process of what started as a normal Rise of the Runelords campaign, my character learns of the marvels of the new world, studies its histories and sets up shop in one of the ancient ruins we've cleared out
>decides to Make Thassilon Great Again and rebuild the empire, but run it HIS way with less sin and debauchery and a whole lot more kickass wizards studying wizard things
>other PCs like this plot more than the original story, so while we can't ignore the machinations of the bads we're up against we also start recruiting the shit out of people, getting a caravan company started, et cetera
>every player has their own scheme designed to help build our influence, adventuring band becomes owners of a mercenary unit, merchant guild and caravan company that hauls freight and passengers alike
>side businesses and partner companies start showing our sign and colors, giving our patrons and employees discounts
>by the time the campaign is over campaigners are starting to go out claiming that Thassilon has risen but in the cool, "hey look they saved the world" kind of way
>later campaigns replace Varisia and some of the surrounding territory with Thassilon, new cultural shifts, etc

>> No.50067869

And to sum up new Thassilon:
>a sort of blend between the common ideas behind an empire, a commonwealth and a republic of sorts, a de jure charismatic dictator style Emperor at the moment though the real power is in the form of the Council of Seven
>constitutional rule subjects all council members and the emperor to the laws of the common man, and there is the framework of an electoral system in place as the new government determines how best to let the people of Thassilon influence their rulers but still ensure only qualified people who know and agree with the values of the empire's reform make their way to the top
>common laws are fairly short and simple, trade laws only affect larger companies while independent, family-owned enterprises are basically free to do whatever they want so long as they pay their taxes and follow common law, cities have the freedom to impose their own laws within their borders so long as they too follow common law and make sure the emperor gets his tax money
>multiple reclamation efforts in place to find whatever Thassilonian ruins are still touchable and rebuild them after clearing out any bullshit lurking within; this project is expected to take centuries to complete and is full of opportunity for groups of sellswords looking for work
>major crackdowns on the Sczarni are causing some tension with more sympathetic factions, while religious sects worried Thassilon will go back to worshipping evil gods and being big ol bastards again are causing external worries, but currently there's no major war or uprising to deal with

>> No.50067953

Anyone got the albums of Pact Magic Unbound, Microsized Adventures, and Childhood Adventures around? Haven't found them in the archives yet, and only Unbound seems to be in the trove.

>> No.50068068

>What's the most historically significant thing your character has ever personally done?

I think the most historic thing we've done in the campaign thus far had been our efforts in Xen'drik as we commanded a titanic golem to vanquish Lurking Two-Maws. The golem now stands at the edge of Stormreach as its own Colossus of Roads, of which we have out new base of operations established. We debatebly also have right to claim our role in stopping the Ogre-kin uprising in Zilargo since we'd defeated their champion; however, we were but one of many who've contributed to the war effort, not to mention we never really stuck around to claim credit. We had other priorities that needed attention, namely the criminal we were still escorting to his trial.. of whom escaped.

Fortunately, we aren't known for that in the slightest.

>> No.50068242

>Creation Sphere Handbook playtest
>Skymetal Production
>Add abysium, adamantine, djezet, horacalcum, inubrix, noqual, and siccatite to the list of materials you can create.
Combine with Forge and other talents, perhaps some Enhancement Talents, and now you can weaponize your metal fetish suit

We Stark now

>> No.50068274

>Changing Fate edition
I killed Iomedae and became a god in a campaign that lasted over a year.

It started with a gestalt mythic Giantslayer campaign. I chose to play an Oracle//Sorcerer|Hierophant/Archmage dualpath, because I'm a cunt. That campaign ended when my necromancer slaughtered everything in the hold of belkzen, raised all of them as juju zombies, and used the giant's sick loot to shit all over lastwall.
After amassing power and dumping on morons trying to stop me I freed the whispering tyrant and swore allegiance to him. I then betrayed him like five years later and stole all his powers. At this point I hunkered down and started pursuing mythic 10, which took a long time. I was level 20/mythic 8 for a while already and had clerics and antipaladins and shit, but mythic 10 was outside my reach for decades. I needed to "eat" the most powerful lich ever just for 9.
While I pursued mythic 10, I had my boys do everything they could to destroy Iomedae's faith - from slaughter to propaganda.
As the religion lay in shambles after 40~ years I achieved mythic 10 and spent another 40 years preparing a planar invasion, while keeping her faith down. It's at this point my previous party members finally confronted me (I was the BBEG of their new campaign) but I beat them because I was basically a god already and they were just "immortal" heroes. Raised them, too.
When it was finally time for Operation Trumpet, I allied with a bunch of devils and then allied with demons behind their back, and sent both of them to launch suicidal distraction-attacks against anyone that would come to Iomedae's defense. I then "killed" her as best a god can be killed, and now she's trapped forever in as many wards as Rovagug, if not more. Golarion is slowly becoming an undead infested shithole and the gods all want me gone, and they'll probably get me, but that was the last time we'll ever play on Golarion as a setting so it doesn't matter.

I never want to play a caster again, by the way.

>> No.50068319

>I needed to "eat" the most powerful lich ever just for 9.
You could've gone to Eox and eaten every lich there.
Or hell, why be happy with eating a god? Why not just solidify and devour the entire World Wound?

>> No.50068344

I had a simple goal and I accomplished it. Was enough for me.

>> No.50068353

Am I going crazy or maybe it's just not out yet/in the trove. Swore PF was doing a not!SpellJammer book all about space and aliens and stuff. What was it's name?

>> No.50068368

>I had a simple goal
Your wizardy is WEAK

>> No.50068369

Starfinder's not for another year or so

>> No.50068372

>What's the most historically significant thing your character has ever personally done?
Be directly responsible for the rise of an imp warlord and his 12th level wizard familiar unleashing an army of the undead and necessitating a crusade to stop.

>> No.50068400


August of 2017, if I recall correctly.

>> No.50068416


>Eating gods


>> No.50068430


Huh. I thought I saw the announcement for it early this year. They hype their books nearly 2 years in advance? What the hell, it's an RPG book not a movie. Even for a movie that's insane.

>> No.50068435


>mfw the DM gave us Dark Souls-tier titles after we hit a certain level

The DM calling my character "Stormbringer" gave me a special feeling in my pants.

>> No.50068444

Oh wait my character. I thought you meant my party. I don't have anything as interesting for my characters.

>> No.50068456

>Sadly, being the party barbarian, the only storm I'm bringing is an ale storm.

>> No.50068465

>implying you wouldn't have devoured Princess Boipucci if given the chance.

>> No.50068472


Well, presumably some of that time would be taken up by playtesting, but I think they decided it would be a closed beta only for now.

>> No.50068928

They already said there'd be no open testing.

>> No.50069050

That can only end well.

>> No.50069117

Thinking of rolling up a bard for a one shot, any ideas to spice it up?

lvl 3, no 3rd party allowed

>> No.50069158

I remember the defender drones on there explaining how public playtesting had led to little more than insults and angry shouts against design decisions, and how it was far more helpful to simply keep it internal, where the ideas and criticism flow properly.

>for certain values of 'well'

>> No.50069171

To be fair, even if they had open testing, knowing their history they wouldn't even accept any actual critique or criticism, so not having the playtesting will likely just result in the same thing regardless

>> No.50069181

>be level 1
>bring 29 HP character to the table

>> No.50069205

Or you could kill things faster and make your hp last longer.

>> No.50069236

You know, I haven't been in the ttrpg scene very long, maybe 4 years at most, and the things I hear about Paizo, GW, WotC and other companies makes me kinda think that this whole hobby is just garbage. Maybe it would be better for me to just quit while I'm ahead.

>> No.50069256

>tfw 18 str as well kill things plenty fast

>> No.50069263


>> No.50069265

The true answer is to either make your own stuff, or just stick to a level that your friends/party is comfortable with.

Afterall, if people can enjoy Dark Souls 2, then there's a chance your group can enjoy Pathfinder

>> No.50069282


Barbarian, Favored Class, Toughness, Tribal Scars, 18 Constitution, and probably some other things I can't think of.

>> No.50069312

Pretty much this.

One man's trash is another man's treasure, and you're standing on a landfill the size of fucking texas.

>> No.50069328


It's not about the companies in charge, who admittedly make some very questionable choices. It's about having fun with your friends.

>> No.50069331

Barbarian, FCB, Tribal Scars, Toughness, Rage

>> No.50069343

Looks like Soapy drama has been removed from the topic, sad.

>> No.50069353

Mr Soapy Bubbles is the hero we deserve

>> No.50069363

I don't entirely see how that helps me if there's the constant getting fucked by rulings, errata and faq, or having autists and wierdos ruin fun concepts/mechanics either at the table or as developers.
Honestly, I'm not sure how much I even like the idea of roleplaying. I have a pretty hard time getting into it and most people I've met that like it are some sort of failed writer/actor.

>> No.50069374

Actually, that reminds me.

Which nation/place in Golarion would be perfect as the homeland of a stereotypical Texan/Cowboy

>> No.50069384

>if people can enjoy Dark Souls 2, then there's a chance your group can enjoy Pathfinder
Does Pathfinder let me stack up endgame gear while staying at the starting level and then proceed to jump random people and tear them new bodily orifices?

>> No.50069407

Numeria has guns, outlaws, and radioactive sweet tea.

>> No.50069410

That's Dark Souls 1
Dark Souls 2 is where a starting level player who takes their time and experiment with the system will constantly get invaded or ganked by players that are 100 levels higher than them.

Fuck Soul Memory

>> No.50069418


Well, someone apparently copied it all down into an imgur, which I'm certain people will link on the forums whenever the opportunity presents itself for months to come.

>> No.50069420


Just Soap, actually. What might have been Bubbles said in the last thread he had no relation to that guy.

Someone picked up the torch!


Numeria is the land of techno-barbarians, robutts and creepy AdMech wannabees.

If you want Texas, you want Alkenstar.

>> No.50069441


>> No.50069558

I have a problem:

My dm is running a sandbox thing, but the setting has multiple level20 wizards/litches/clerics at or near this town we are in.

I feel like the second I step on anyone's toes I will just be murdered.

Is there a way to talk to him about "if choices don't mean anything then they aren't choices"?

>> No.50069563

My GM is running a game there. It's loads of fun. You've got undead and uppity wizards from the neighboring kingdoms, mutants, cannons, and desert wastes.

My gunslinger (using someone's homebrew PoW archetype for the class) has a vendetta against a mythic vampire. It's gonna be awesome when that finally comes to fruition. vampire lord

>> No.50069572

>Is there a way to talk to him about "if choices don't mean anything then they aren't choices"?

Ask him what's the point in adventuring around a town that's so full of almighty characters that literally any of them could solve the problem by taking 5 minutes out of their day.

>> No.50069642


Isn't the Iconic from Alkenstar straight up a cowboy-esque sheriff with a star and everything?

The place is so Western it's not funny.

>> No.50069698

it's what it was designed for, yeah.

To give some insight into why golarion was designed as it was, Erik Mona, one of Paizo's devs, explained back in september how the world came to fruition. Basically, they wrote a list of all the things people might make cool campaigns around, a couple examples being pirates, vikings, the infernal empire, westerns, and things like that, and then they gave different devs different regions to work on - Erik Mona, for instance, is really big on Nex and Geb, since those are his babies.

Golarion is kitchen sink because it was designed from the ground up to be nothing but.

>> No.50069732

Not going to lie. I detest kitchen sink settings. They feel super uninspired and inconsistent, even if you have a whole campaign in only one area.

>> No.50069748

I'd like to preface this post with I am not trying to bitch about the lore or whatever, I don't have a dog in this fight.

>Kingmaker has you rescue a woman to be reunited with her female lover
>Wrath of the Righteous has you rescue a man so he may be reunited with his male lover
>Reign of Winter has you rescue a woman so she can be reunited with her female lover
>Hell's Rebels has you rescue a man to be reunited with his male lover

What I want to know is, are there any examples in the campaigns of the party rescuing a man to be reunited with his female lover, or a woman rescued to be reunited with her male lover? How many heterosexual rescues *are* there in the setting?

>> No.50069761

That's a nice opinion you got there senpai.

Heterosexual couples are capable of taking care of themselves in golarian apparently.

>> No.50069772


And I'm asking this because Paizo seems pretty hot on the whole "subversion, hah!" thing, which is fine and dandy until you realize 100% of your kidnapping situations are homosexual and suddenly the thing you're subverting would BE the subversion.

>> No.50069789

Kitchen sinks have their place. You can use them for a lot, and conversely worlds that have only one real identifying feature can frankly be a lot worse.

So, basically, just get over it, or write something for yourself.

>> No.50069796

I know it's an opinion, Kouhai. Anything wrong with having opinions?

>> No.50069817

>good writing
The writers make shit money and produce kinda-ok-but-not-really material. I can't blame them. They make less than middle management at a retail store and those are the MOST SUCCESSFUL writers in the business.

No it's ok senpai. Opinions are only a problem when they are objectively wrong. Like that one is.

>> No.50069822


I'm going to say one nice thing about Paizo right now, and it's how I actually quite enjoy the way everything clicks in a pleasant way for Golarion.

Yes yes I know, The Shackles does not make sense in relation to the Land of the Linnorm Kings, but the thing you need to realize is the Shackles should never have nothing to do with the Linnorm Kingdoms, or Ilbydos (or whatever it's called) should not really be put side by side with Cheliax.

>> No.50069839

I have done something similar in this way:

A population's level density can be expressed thusly:

1% of these individuals is a PC class, 9% are a mix of PC and NPC, and 90% are pure NPC.

I put the players in a city with a population of 3.2 million.

Meaning we had the following:
3 level 20s
6 level 19s
12 level 18s
24 level 17s

And so on. For each I rolled what they were, and get the following:
>2 level 20 Warriors
>1 level 20 Adept
>1 Level 19 Mixed Expert/Bard
>1 Level 19 Mixed Aristocrat/Sorcerer
>1 Level 19 Expert
>2 Level 19 Adepts
>1 Level 19 Warrior
>1 Level 18 Mixed Rogue/Expert
>1 Level 18 Mixed Warrior/Fighter
>4 Level 18 Warriors
>4 Level 18 Experts
>1 Level 18 Adept
>1 Level 18 Commoner
>1 Level 17 Pure Inquisitor
>9 Level 17 Experts
>7 Level 17 Adepts
>4 Level 17 Warriors
>3 Level 17 Aristocrafts

So in the city level 9 casting was literally unavailable as there was no one with the skills to do it.

I use this formula for most populations and run it through a python script that does the relative chances. It means the VAST majority of the time small populations are mostly level 1, with an occasional high level outlier because of luck of the draw. It rolls for their classes as well.

>> No.50069848

>What I want to know is, are there any examples in the campaigns of the party rescuing a man to be reunited with his female lover, or a woman rescued to be reunited with her male lover? How many heterosexual rescues *are* there in the setting?

The only one that comes to mind is Sylgja in Reign of Winter, the Huldra that begs you to rescue her husband from the slaver mold - only issue is 90% of people will probably kill her husband in the process since the Slaver Mold's a BITCH to take down without hurting his fleshy NPC figure.

Hmm, besides that the only other one that comes to mind is the nymph in Rise of the Runelords, but that wasn't reuniting and more "my lover's soul is tortured over yonder, free it please?"

>> No.50069850

That's about it. Picking and choosing the parts of the setting you want to use is a good idea overall.

>> No.50069865

The ratio of PC/NPC classes seems silly at such high levels. How does a commoner get to level 18 without picking up a real class(even expert) at some point?

>> No.50069867


It's just Paizo's friendly reminder that being gay is totes okay in Golarion, repeated across multiple adventures just in case you missed it the first couple times. Presumably, if any men or women leap to the rescue of their opposite gender waifus/husbandos, it'll be the PCs.

>> No.50069885

>Presumably, if any men or women leap to the rescue of their opposite gender waifus/husbandos, it'll be the PCs.

It's been said before, but this is also arguably why so many Inner Sea Kingdoms have female rulers *or* female heirs, so the (usually) male PCs have a shot at becoming a Consort.

Heck, Telandia Edasseril's profile in Elves of Golarion spells out her "type."

>> No.50069900

Pazio knows exactly who their market is.

>> No.50069906

Paizo sure is shilling Golarion today.

>> No.50069917


Oh shush! We're saying good things about a bad setting because being positive is a good feeling!

>> No.50069924

At high levels the formula highly favors non-commoner PC classes, but leaves commoner as a possibility.

>> No.50069927


By being the most singularly okay peasant to ever live.

>> No.50069933

Being paid is a good feeling.

>> No.50069935

Yea bud.

Your persecution complex needs more fuel after all.

>> No.50069940

>Presumably, if any men or women leap to the rescue of their opposite gender waifus/husbandos, it'll be the PCs.

*Cough* *Cough* Ameiko constantly getting in trouble during Jade Regent *cough* *cough*

>> No.50069953


That peasant can grow the BEST cabbages you've EVER seen!

>Amazing Tool of Manufacture for Craft (Fields)

>> No.50069967

>Heck, Telandia Edasseril's profile in Elves of Golarion spells out her "type."

What is Telandia Edasseril's type?

>> No.50069978

I remember that podcast. Didn't he also mention a ton of shit about Starfinder?

It's the game I'm more excited for at the moment anyways.

>> No.50069980

>pazio pays thier writers shit, average of 31.5K a year
>People are totally being paid to do subversive advertising to a thread with 25 people in it
>if every person here bought 500 dollars of books it wouldn't' pay minimum wage for one person for a year.
what world do you live in?

>> No.50069994


A foreign-born Elf with significant popularity among the masses and some decent social skills.

Killing Treerazer would certainly help.

>> No.50070009

Oh damn dude, sure fucking showed me with that stunning "argument" on my ((complex)). I got


>> No.50070011

>I use this formula for most populations and run it through a python script that does the relative chances.

Mind sharing that code?

>> No.50070012

>It's the game I'm more excited for at the moment anyways.

>mfw Lizardfolk in Power armor
>mfw I can be Metal Knight
>mfw Kineticists that don't suck

I can't wait!

>> No.50070029


While the idea that they're not going to be taking any outside criticism is pretty scary, I admit I'm excited for it all the same.

>> No.50070084

Any more PF forum shit flinging? This one was ok but I know there are some real gems from over the years.

My favorite are always when devs/mods are fucking idiots.

>> No.50070098


>> No.50070114

There's a fairly hefty amount of it, honestly. It's Paizo afterall.

>> No.50070142

>implying that if you could kill a demon lord you couldn't just conquer the entire country
>implying you wouldn't just take what you want

>> No.50070158

you expect me to read all that shit? tldr pls?

>> No.50070169

Alexander augunus dindu nuffin, pedophilia and rape are okay, marketing that to be used with children is okay, anyone questioning Paizo is an evil sockpuppeting troll.

>> No.50070173

Oh hell yeah, man.

Actually, if anybody's curious, there's five big tidbits we got about Starfinder from that podcast.
>There's a general conceit that the players will have a Starship, so the party as a whole gets one straight up. Because of this, each new book is going to have starship chassis or components included in them.
>Warp travel is done by going between the planes and pulling energy in from them. this is actually pretty dangerous, as pulling in said energy might pull in something more solid, basically making warp travel in Starfinder like warp travel in 40k, just with an equal chance of really pissed off angels as there are of daemons.
>The power conceit is meant to shift away from magic being all-powerful to technology being the big thing, with magic being a supplementary to that. Because of this, a well equipped soldier should be able to consistently solo a higher level barbarian, for instance. Thankfully, this likely means a complete overhaul of the guns and armor rules.
>Bestiaries for Starfinder are going to have less creatures in them overall, but in exchange will have more space devoted to each creature and, if it's Sapient, how to play it.
>It is NOT the same system. It'll have the same basis - that of the D20 ruleset, for instance - but things will have been changed. Skills will be different, different feats, different classes, and all that. there'll be noies on how to convert things between the two games, but they won't be DIRECTLY compatible with each other.

>> No.50070184

"Rape is fine in children marketed products; if you don't like it, don't use it."
t. Furry Paizodrones

>> No.50070187


Killing a demon is a little different than conquering a kingdom on your own. Kyonin isn't in the River Kingdoms, you need the Right to Rule.

>> No.50070203

They did have a point it's not marketed towards children. It's marketed towards playing as children characters. Still gross, just less so.

>> No.50070207

So wait, is this a PF addition or a whole new game? I'm fine with either really, d20 systems slot in and out of each other fairly easy in any case.

>> No.50070209

>The power conceit is meant to shift away from magic being all-powerful to technology being the big thing, with magic being a supplementary to that. Because of this, a well equipped soldier should be able to consistently solo a higher level barbarian, for instance. Thankfully, this likely means a complete overhaul of the guns and armor rules.
>Warp travel is done by going between the planes and pulling energy in from them. this is actually pretty dangerous, as pulling in said energy might pull in something more solid, basically making warp travel in Starfinder like warp travel in 40k, just with an equal chance of really pissed off angels as there are of daemons

Are you telling me I could play a Navigator.

>> No.50070217

>able kill a CR 25 demon lord
>anyone in Kyonin can stop you from doing anything you want
Choose one and only one.

>> No.50070228

Oh. Why? It sounds pretty interesting.

>> No.50070234

Are we gonna backport the gun rules?

>> No.50070244

So essentially it'll be d20 Rogue Trader?
might be interesting. If they only fuck it up slightly I could see my group playing it. Then again we ten to run our games fast and loose on the rules anyway, so either we'd play it anyway, or someone would just buy Rogue Trader or something.

Actually, just to ask, what are some good systems for Space Opera shenanigans?

>> No.50070263


That's... Not the point I was making, anon. Just because you can kill a Demon Lord does not mean you're able to suddenly turn around and effortlessly conquer an entire country, and EVEN IF YOU DID, nobody would give you the time of day because you're a usurper in the worst possible way.

>> No.50070276

A bit of both. The idea is that it's way far in Golarion's future, so it's using the same setting and planes system. think oif it as an expandalone - it can be its own thing, but if you're willing to do a bit of conversion work, you can get thingsd from pathfinder in starfinder, or vice versa.

Yes, I absolutely am.

You better fucking believe it.

Yeah, it's basically looking like the weird lovechild of Rogue Trader and Pathfinder at this point. that's not really a mix I'm unhappy with.

>> No.50070288

It specifically and pointedly includes a section about parents and players being careful talking to children about it, which means it's intended to be around them.

>> No.50070295

I'm sort of excited.

>> No.50070304

How do I make a dragon worshipping monk?So far I've got
LN Human (?) Scaled Fist/MoMS Monk 2
18 (16+2)
Dragon Style
Tatzlwyrm Claw Style
Kraken Style (?)
I'm thinking of a grappling build.

>> No.50070316

>Yes, I absolutely am.

Oh gosh, I've got all these concepts and I don't know which I want to try first!

>> No.50070327

It's a game that young people play, and specifically talks about looking over what you're okay with what your kids can see. That doesn't mean it's for kids, it's just saying "Hey, read this before handing it off"

>> No.50070341

>My favorite are always when devs/mods are fucking idiots

While it's not healthy to focus too much attention on it, the "Ask JJ" thread is basically distilled "dev being a dumbass" and it results it some hilarious, if sometimes depressing, posts. Favorite thing from that thread is still
>JJ projecting his bad experiences with Paladins and LG aligned characters as meaning that ANY instance of a Paladin or LG must be one dimensional fun-haters

Admittedly, I am not a fan of paladins or LG myself, but that's mostly because of the autistic hatred for alignment-locked things, and alignment locked stuff gravitates towards LG like a black hole.

>> No.50070360


The tone of raw despair JJ had in one of those posts about Milani just turned me off from hating the Paizo devs, he seemed *tired.*

>> No.50070371 [SPOILER] 


Wonder if they'll come up with any decent fluff.

>> No.50070431 [SPOILER] 

> Admittedly, I am not a fan of paladins or LG myself, but that's mostly because of the autistic hatred for alignment-locked things, and alignment locked stuff gravitates towards LG like a black hole.

But what about the coffee knight?

>> No.50070444

What did he sound like?

>> No.50070448

How can I get the most out of Fate's favored as a paladin? I can only think on divine favour

>> No.50070464

How does "levelling up" actually work in-universe?
The way I understand it, it's growing more powerful through personal experiences, in battle or otherwise, combined with training/studying/meditation/etc.
However, taking a step back reveals that it makes no sense at all for most NPCs. How does a commoner become capable of surviving a bullet to the head when all he's done is routinely scare off goblin cow-thieves with his pappy's sword? Why does fighting a bunch of kobolds make you better at Profession (Farmer)? Alternatively, it is possible to level up without ever fighting... and yet, you still become more capable of hitting with a sword, and tougher in general, when all you've done is make Craft (Painting) checks for 8 months.
It's fine as an abstraction for PCs, but it bothers me for NPCs. Am I just being a big baby? Should I let it go? I feel like this is such a core thing to most TTRPGs that it's pointless to think about.

>> No.50070472


It was basically, "Yeah... You could look at it that way I guess, I mean nothing's stopping you from seeing her that way."

He was very passive and just defeatist about the argument, like he didn't want to be there or the argument triggered something.

>> No.50070473

Half-Orc or Halfling for that bonus to saves.

>> No.50070520

>How does a commoner become capable of surviving a bullet to the head when all he's done is routinely scare off goblin cow-thieves with his pappy's sword?

HP is an abstraction; the bullet that takes your health from 16 to 3 whizzes by your head. The bullet that takes you from 3 to -12 hits you in the head.

>Why does fighting a bunch of kobolds make you better at Profession (Farmer)?

That's why good players and good DMs expect you to put ranks into skills you used that level or can explain why you have them.

>> No.50070533


>Four white girls
>The two men are Drow

[WEBBED] when?

>> No.50070536

Elessa sucks

>> No.50070564

Margrave is a maenad. I do not understand why people look at him and Duke and conclude that both people depicted are drow.

>> No.50070571

Hey Gareth, is there any chance when Starfinder comes out of seeing some kind of PoW for Starfinder?

>> No.50070580


He looks like a Drow and not everyone knows what the heck a Maenad is.

>> No.50070589

If an NPC is not doing anything worthy of getting xp, he should not be leveling up. Same goes for players really. If you spent 8 months just painting, where did you get the XP to level up?

Now the whole "Killed a goblin, became a better farmer" problem is indeed valid, but not that much of an issue for the most part. Worse case scenario I see is someone leveling up mid adventure and then suddenly the next person the wizard decided to drop all his skill points in to say, climb. Then yeah. Wizard waking up now with calloused hands and toned forearms would be weird.

>HP is an abstraction.
Come on, this debate has been hand many times before. If it's an abstraction then what do cure spells, wands, potions restore? Or magical bandages. Or the regular heal skill? HP is meatpoints as stupid as it may be. Can ofcourse always fluff it different but then you need to address the above issues IC if you feel like topping off post battle and the healer tries to heal... what? Your luck?

>> No.50070635

>but then you need to address the above issues IC if you feel like topping off post battle and the healer tries to heal... what? Your luck?

Yes, the healer is restoring your luck.

It's POSITIVE energy, that means POSITIVE thoughts and POSITIVE feelings, getting a dose of healing energy makes you FEEL BETTER.

>> No.50070640

Today on questions you already knew I can't answer even if I know: this post. C'mon anon, work with me here.

I'd be less annoyed if I hadn't mentioned it repeatedly in these very threads. Is very frustrating!

>> No.50070655

>If you spent 8 months just painting, where did you get the XP to level up?
There are literally rules for that. I'd guess it's in the Downtime stuff, never hunted it down myself

>> No.50070692

>If it's an abstraction then what do cure spells, wands, potions restore? Or magical bandages. Or the regular heal skill?
Healing battle fatigue.

>> No.50070695

How do you know when you need more luck? When you don't feel happy? How do you asses someone else's luck to know if they need healing? Are potions liquid happiness then? They sure as hell are not if they taste like fucking cherries.

>> No.50070700


What's wrong with painting?

Lotsa stuff you can do with those things! Make action shots, panoramic landscapes, racy nude portraits, even entire worlds inhabited by sexy crow girls and a fluffy-tailed halfbreed!

>> No.50070702

Coffee Knight looks pretty okay, she can stay. Unfortunately for you, I don't really have any real interest in reading Mourners. Might change down the road, but I've found it really hard to get interested in reading fantasy novels despite it being one of my favorite genres.

That reminds me that it's the 2nd of November and this is the third or fourth year in a row I told myself I'd do NaNoWriMo and haven't even put a single word to a page. Don't even know if any ideas I have could get stretched to 50k words.

>> No.50070704


Well, someone sees a guy with dark or ashen skin and pointy ears, they make judgments. Rude, but that's the world we live in.

>> No.50070722

Write a story about how the prophesied time of darkness is come, except it seems like darkness missed the god damn memo. Two years after the scheduled great battle between good and evil, an inquisitor is sent to seek the foretold lord of chaos and find out why the end of the world is off the rails.

>> No.50070725

>If an NPC is not doing anything worthy of getting xp, he should not be leveling up. Same goes for players really. If you spent 8 months just painting, where did you get the XP to level up?
You get XP for overcoming challenges. Nowhere does it state that those challenges have to be combat, or even life-threatening.

>> No.50070735

Has to be human only

>> No.50070736

>even entire worlds inhabited by sexy crow girls and a fluffy-tailed halfbreed!


I need one of our resident system experts to tell me if I can make the Painted World of Ariamis.

>> No.50070755

Then you're not able to milk Fate's Favored for all it's worth, unfortunately. Divine Favor's the main draw at that point, and you might as well use a different trait instead.

>> No.50070769

But don't they have to be of an appropriate challenge rating though? So sure, level 1 2 or even 3 commoners might have average everyday events qualifying as that but after that may need to move to actually challenging stuff.

>If an NPC is not doing anything worthy of getting xp, he should not be leveling up
>You get XP for overcoming challenges

If you are overcoming challenges that's something worth XP.

>> No.50070771


Well, you posted a good image to use as inspiration! Why not make a sexy, large-chested knight as the protagonist?

>> No.50070774


>> No.50070788

What was are there to cheese out Fate's Favored, anyways? Assuming you're playing a sacred tattoo half-orc already.

>> No.50070790


Probably. Just needs a private demiplane keyed to an appropriate entrance, right?

>> No.50070810

>But don't they have to be of an appropriate challenge rating though?
Unless I've missed something, Paizo threw out that rule(along with a lot of other sanity checks, like rolling nothing over 10 being a completely valid stat array). So you could get all the way from level 1 to 20 by killing nothing but rats, although it would take hell of a lot of rats.

>> No.50070823

Hey, G. How's it hanging?
Everything alright? You don't visit as often as you used to. Finally getting tired of us?

>> No.50070848

I bet they did, since they also removed XP as a resource you can spend via stuff like crafting/spells. So being able to grind it on the cheap is not as big a deal. I guess.

>> No.50070858


Why are the Draph so great.

>> No.50070862

So will you guys do a public playtest of any starfinder material to keep another broken blade from happening?

>> No.50070864

36,000 rats later, I have become death.

>> No.50070866

Definitely. Half-breed, monsters, etc. too. That's the power of Wizard.
Shame you can't hit three guys with a sword though, fuckin initiators...

>> No.50070867

Halfling Luck is a racial bonus, not a luck bonus.

>> No.50070871


>36,000 rats later, I have become the black death.

Nigga you missed a golden opportunity there.

>> No.50070883

>HP is an abstraction; the bullet that takes your health from 16 to 3 whizzes by your head. The bullet that takes you from 3 to -12 hits you in the head.
"Bullet to the Head' is a misnomer.

If you are struck and take damage it is obviously not a fatal wound until you hit negatives. It did not hit him in the head, it whizzed by his arm and cut him, or imbedded in his thigh.

>> No.50070897

>This one guy and this bird are getting along real good. I mean, REALLY good. A LOT.

>> No.50070898

He missed a couple zeros too

>> No.50070905

It must present "a reasonable challenge", killing rats do not constitute a reasonable challenge unless they're larger and larger rat swarms.

>> No.50070917


Because they're short, thicc, and want to have your babies.

>> No.50070922

>killing rats do not constitute a reasonable challenge unless they're larger and larger rat swarms.

Just light the rats on fire, instant challenge increase.

>> No.50070923

Mostly been prepping for my vacation and trying to shake this writer's block. I gotta finish up Malefex, find more stock art for it, and then handle the Shatterdown Setting Guide and finish up the content/playtest for Lords of the Mists: The Midway Faire.

I'm behind on mah shit.

Cool yer jets buddy. You'll know things about any projects we're doing on Starfinder when it's time.

>> No.50070949

If you put the barrel of a gun in your mouth and pull the trigger, you are VERY unlikely to even drop unconscious from it.

>> No.50070956

Is there anything to stop a Summoner from having a shop called Crazy Ivan's Levels4Less where he summons shit at you for a nominal fee that's just powerful enough to grant XP but you can slaughter in droves?

>> No.50070965


That counts as a coup de grace, and it *will* kill you.

>> No.50070975


>> No.50070989


That is like everything I love rolled into a soft, friendly package.

>> No.50070990

You're not helpless there though.

>> No.50070999

That is a coup de grace where you have declared yourself helpless. The gun kills you.

It's debatable, but likely it will grant XP at a reduce rate unless Crazy Ivan doesn't stop when someone is knocked unconscious during training and simply kills them. Real danger is needed, or real chance of consequential failure, for it to be full XP.

>> No.50071007


Yes? You're initiating a coup de grace by putting the barrel in your mouth and pulling the trigger, that's what a coup de grace IS, a killing blow.


If you're trying to kill yourself, you're Helpless in one form or another.

>> No.50071016

Ivan just summons them and orders them to attack. The rest is up to you.

>> No.50071033

If you put the gun in your mouth you have declared yourself helpless, as you are not moving out of the way of the bullet. I would rule doing that as declaring oneself helpless. Same thing if you stab yourself in the stomach with a dagger and begin gutting yourself.

One can always declare themselves helpless.

The Helpless condition states:
>or otherwise completely at an opponent's mercy.
The opponent is yourself, and you decided you're not going to try and dodge. You're at your own mercy and are going to die for it.

>> No.50071041

>If you're trying to kill yourself, you're Helpless in one form or another.
Well, that got deep.

>> No.50071052

Then yes, it would be full XP, but result in a bunch of deaths.

>> No.50071067

>Same thing if you stab yourself in the stomach with a dagger and begin gutting yourself.
Aren't there rules for committing sudoku that require like 3 Will saves before you coup yourself? Could've sworn there were. Pretty sure you can't just coup yourself, regardless.

>> No.50071076

Are you Helpless?

No, you aren't. You're taking the action to do it, which by the fucking definition, means you aren't Helpless, which means it isn't a CDG.

>> No.50071092

It's probably infinitely easier to do it with a gun, since you only gotta squeeze your hand a little rather than stab into your gut, which VERY QUICKLY makes your body yell at you to stop doing whatever the fuck it is you're doing.

>or otherwise completely at an opponent's mercy.

>> No.50071096

>Being so inept can't even kill yourself.
It's SS13 all over again.

>> No.50071099

>Pretty sure you can't just coup yourself, regardless.
You can, you are a valid target for an attack, and are within your own reach. You can always declare yourself helpless by simply not resisting in any way (make yourself at the opponent's, in this case yourself, mercy). You can always choose to fail a save, so you just choose to fail the fort save.

I do not know about the three will saves bit, but you can just kill yourself unless there are rules that specifically say you can't.

>> No.50071113

You have to sign a waiver that says Crazy Ivan is not responsible for any negative outcome of his services.

Crazy Ivan's Levels4Less! Becoming powerful has never been so easy! No refunds.

>> No.50071120

Why are you being so autistic about this? If someone fires up the DM says they're dead and then they're dead.

>> No.50071133

Might be neat. Honestly very tempting to try to take my obsession with constructs and run with that somehow. A chapter or two's worth of slice of life-esque setup for the cast with a slow looming problem overhead that comes to a slow boil. Maybe in the vein of one of those cheesy YA novels where the kids have to save their parents from kidnappers or something.

>it's a novel where a homunculus, aided by the neighbor boy that's been crushing on her, must rescue her father from a crazed criminal organization seeking the secrets of her creation
>somewhere along the ride the realization that "wait, you mean you're NOT actually a 'real' person?" hits the boy that tagged along

God damn, all it took was shitposting and already the ideas are starting to flow.

>> No.50071137

Normal day for me

>> No.50071139

Theoretically you could live. If you have enough HP the crit won't kill, and a nat 20 will let you survive the following fort save.

>> No.50071146



>> No.50071154

You can choose to fail saves. If you want to die you always can.

>> No.50071160

So does Crazy Ivan level up as more and more people fail to defeat his challenge? Is ivan just 'fattening up' low level people to a more beefy challenge to reap the XP?

All with the intent of becoming a better summoner to provide only the highest quality challenges to his customers of course.

>> No.50071215

Yes, of course. It's a public service, after all! The prices are so low they might as well be free! Even a kid could beat a lemure back to hell with a stick, and it'd cost him just one gold piece. What're ya waiting for? Come train with Crazy Ivsn so you can better defend yourself and your home!

>> No.50071240


>Russian from Reign of Winter starts morally questionable Golarion business to hoard gold for his inevitable return to the home country.

>> No.50071250

How the fuck did Ivan even learn summoning anyway?

>> No.50071259

He trained at Crazy Vlad's summon emporium

>> No.50071281

Ever get in a fight with a slav? One "OPA BLYAT" is enough to summon a whole pack of 'em.

>> No.50071332


>> No.50071335


>Left 4 Dead horde music intensifies

>> No.50071347

>You can choose to fail saves.
Right, I always forget about that.

>> No.50071521

>If it's an abstraction then what do cure spells, wands, potions restore? Or magical bandages. Or the regular heal skill? HP is meatpoints as stupid as it may be. Can ofcourse always fluff it different but then you need to address the above issues IC if you feel like topping off post battle and the healer tries to heal... what? Your luck?

A commoner isn't surviving gunshots to the head; the bullets are either passing by them, or nicking them or they could even be hitting flesh - but they're not fatal wounds.

So healing can either be removing magical fatigue or curing the wounds that are actually there.

That's why HP is an abstraction - because people don't get to say "I GO CHOP OFF THEIR HEAD"; that's only something you can do *after* killing the target and making appropriate rolls for it. Hell even a coup de gras isn't a guaranteed "I chop off their head" because a target can conceivably survive it (in which case it can be something like a botched execution; you cut most of the way through their neck with your battle axe, but it wasnt sharp enough / you weren't strong enough to behead the half giant in one blow).

>> No.50071528


You can *willingly* get a disease, or consciously become pregnant?

>> No.50071542

Ayy lmao

>> No.50071559


Holy shit it's the Mad Arab himself!

>> No.50071567


I don't think pregnancy is a saving throw, I think it's just roll d%.

>> No.50071573

In the case of the first, yes. We defend ourselves from diseases with more than just our immune system, we reflexively avoid or mitigate our exposure in the first place.

Secondly, pregnancy wouldn't be a save. It'd just be a flat %

>> No.50071610

I'm pretty sure that's not Muhammad.

>> No.50071658

Ay lmao

>> No.50071668

A lmao

>> No.50071677

The Wizard has had a drink and she's a total lightweight. Now she thinks she can help the party by punching ghosts in the face.

What do??

>> No.50071682

They note that his book is written in Arabic, but they call him the Mad Poet instead of the Mad Arab? Why?

>> No.50071683


>> No.50071684

>players approach city
>CE party member who has been hiding his alignment via misdirection can't enter
>the city is covered in a Forbiddance spell with separated districts for different alignments, each run by a different church
>there are no evil allowed districts
>special permits must be acquired to district travel via password
>player throws bitch fit because he knows he can't hide he's CE

Heh, that's what you get for going to the Good Theocratic city state.

>> No.50071697

Doesn't she have a thing that lets her use her int for attack and damage? Or was that on the scythe specifically?

>> No.50071703

Obviously, any good party enables this sort of behavior by disguising their most gullible/second most gullible member as a ghost and getting into a fistfight with said Wizard.

>> No.50071708


What kind of drunk is Elsbeth?

>> No.50071726

The Mad Arab is the title of Abdul Alhazred.

>> No.50071733


>Mad Arab

Oh gee I wonder why, that's like saying the "Greedy Jew" nowadays.

>> No.50071774

He's Mad, and he's an Arab. He's noted as being an Arab. His name is Arabic, his book is in Arabic. He's the Mad Arab.

It's not a stereotype of arabic people to be mad.

And now I've typed Arabic so many times it's starting to look weird.

>> No.50071807

Don't forget he is crazy because he got his hands on the Necronomicon that is why he is the Mad Arab, he is insane, not angry.
Also fun fact, when Lovecraft was a child playing Arabian Nights, Abdul Azharad was the name he used for his pretend persona.

>> No.50071848

>he is crazy because he got his hands on the Necronomicon
He WROTE the Necronomicon.

>> No.50071889

What are some cool things to put in a cave-bound bandit lair?
The bandit boss is a level 12 badass, so I have some leeway. Not TOO much since this is my character's home, and she's just a level 5 lackey, but still.
The bandits are mostly CG with some CN. Think Robin Hood's Merry Men.
I'm thinking they might have a friendly mimic chest, mostly because I love those. Not sure how to handle the fact pathfinder mimics have 10 INT and speak common, but it could be a full member of the gang and not just a fancy pet.

Anyway, ideas? It's a fairly large cave, housing up to 30 bandits at any given time. It's hidden and guarded well and I've figured out most of the logistics, just looking to put neat stuff in there.

>> No.50071903

Just her scythe, but her gauntlet at its present stage gives all of her gear Ghost Touch. Honestly I'm rather amazed that that aspect of her metal glove actually came into play at all.

Not a bad idea! But at the same time, it kind of is. At 16 str, a punch from Elsbeth could actually hurt to some extent.

Probably closer to a 'happy drunk'? She's the type that'd analyze almost everything she can bring herself to pay attention to when intoxicated, but at the same time she'd rather be quite taken by the sensation; this being the first time she's ever had any alcohol, she has no idea how to gauge herself. To give some sort of idea what she may be like, the party is currently in a Karrnathi family crypt to locate a noble's scout, and Elsbeth notes (out loud) in her still drunken stupor that she's disappointed that there are no skeletons having a smoke break by any of the headstones.

>> No.50071948

Actually, all that talk about writing stuff got me thinking: I haven't read a single published story that had tieflings in them, merely seen a few stories from gaming groups and all the memes about ">le dark and edgy". Can anyone give me a rundown of Tieflings in fiction? I like the IDEA of them, but have seriously no idea how they or Aasimars, to a point are supposed to fit into a world. Good examples, bad examples, just fuck my shit up famalam.

>> No.50071949


An escape tunnel.

>> No.50072004

I'm reminded of the running joke in the Divinity games regarding skeletons thinking too hard about how they actually work and destroying themselves through an excess of existential thought.

The world needs more chatty skeletons.

>> No.50072007


Some claim they'd fit in perfectly as hooved waifus with cute accents.

>> No.50072011

Decanter of Endless Water, for entirely pragmatic reasons. They might try to use it in combat when convenient.

>> No.50072025


Tieflings are perfect as hooved waifus with cute accents or broad-chested hunks with cute accents and adorkable mannerisms.

>> No.50072037


Ha! Called it!

>> No.50072067

I told ya I had that stuff figured out, anon.

I hadn't heard of that item before, wow. That's really great, anon! Thanks!

>> No.50072078

I disagree with you to such a degree that if I found out you were of this opinion I would likely kick you from the game no matter what you were playing.

Tieflings are the spawn of literal devils, and devil are one of the nicest things you can take after. Qlippoth and Daemon tieflings are far worse off. The only tieflings that make sense to be humanly beautiful are ones that take after creatures meant to enthrall mortals.

>cute accents
No seriously fuck off. This almost feels like you are implying a 'tiefling nation' or some shit so they have the same accents.

Your fucking draenei fetish pisses me off, keep it on fucking ERP servers.

>> No.50072102


>Not getting the joke

>> No.50072115

Reminder for next thread that we should add the Creation and Gears of Power playtests to the OP.

>> No.50072132

I'm too fucking angry to recognize humor.

>> No.50072154

>I told ya I had that stuff figured out, anon.

Are you trying to say you can have too many escape routes for a bandit?

>> No.50072173


I'm sorry to hear that, hope you calm down before the night is through!

>> No.50072186

And Wild Magic. Hell, why not add all the books?

>> No.50072189

>tfw still haven't finished the cervid race homebrew

>> No.50072200


>Elsbeth is the sweet, chatty kind of drunk

Aww, a woman after my own heart!

>The Frenchwoman's never had alcohol before this


>> No.50072213

I really don't know what I expected when I asked the question, to be perfectly honest.

Anon, I think you may need to chill the kneejerk anger, it's not healthy.

captcha: STOP RAPIDE

>> No.50072216


Well get on that, guy! We've got Moo-folk, fox-folk and even woof-folk! I want to play a stag!

>> No.50072234


>Implying most Tieflings aren't from Cheliax
>Implying Chelaxians don't have *the* smokiest, most attractive accent this side of the Inner Sea

>> No.50072253

Neeshka is best girl

>> No.50072263


In truth, I'm not actually sure. I haven't read enough tabletop-based fiction to know if tieflings (or aasimar, for that matter) really figure into any of it. Think one of the D&D comics has one in the party, but aside from that, your guess is as good as mine.

>> No.50072273

I'm trying, but its so hard to determine specific ranges of facial structure measurement to sate my autistic desire for details!

>> No.50072299


Compared to the bitchy elf, she's a priceless treasure who deserves all your love and money and tail-pulling.

>> No.50072315


Want a more serious answer? Tieflings and Aasimar are intimately tied to the nature of a setting's cosmology, you'd have to give us a bit more info to give a good answer.

My suggestion? Make them like half-elves in LOTR; the child of a demon or angel that is given the choice to either become human and thus destined to die (yet have total free will and a place in the Second Song) or they become fully demonic or angelic, taking on immortality and immense cosmic power at the cost of their free will and becoming shackled to the bones of their plane.

Heck, spice it up with Changeling lore and say the cosmic parent is subconsciously tied to them and calls for a meeting by adulthood. My brain is a little whack at the moment but I hope you can see the sort of delicious lore that can go on with this kind of setup.

>> No.50072324

Her mother drank. A lot. Presumably she still does. As such, Elsbeth grew up associating alcohol with only negative experiences.

French-as-hell Elsbeth was mostly a joke, but really, the French stereotypes fit Aeoriel like a glove.

>> No.50072334


Make them look like satyrs! SATYRS!

Swarthy forest folk! Fauns! Roman mythology has these!

>> No.50072355


That's so tragic.

>> No.50072358

I've lost all hope guys send help

>> No.50072377


I can't give you the cure if I don't know the affliction! Why did you lose hope? Is this about The Wrath of the Righteous campaign?

>> No.50072383

>Make them look like satyrs! SATYRS!
Nah man, that's over played. I decided to go the slightly less magical real route, and made them be born from a Fae-Lord's curse.
Plus, they were also the prototype for when said fae lord would create wendigos

>> No.50072398

Due to recent circumstances, she'd taken her first glass. Now she's punching ghosts in the face.

>> No.50072417


Well, that certainly could have gone worse.

>> No.50072453

Any tips for a new DM hosting sessions for new players? They enjoy what I do but what I do is utter shit. I would like to get better.

Also, what do you do when your players complete the dungeon you designed for the session but still want to continue? Just wing it?

>> No.50072461

>Result of a Fae-Lord's curse

Wait... Guys hold on... Holy shit you're a genius.

Okay hear me out everyone; we've got a Tieflings for fiendish influence and Aasimar for Celestial, right? What if we had a race that was the product of fae magic? Deer-people, bull-men, wolf-folk, all are variant heritages of people whose ancestors lived in a fae-heavy region or consorted with the fae in the past.

>> No.50072473

I don't have all my novels with me, but I remember tiefling characters in:

The Blades of the Moonsea trilogy
The Erevis Cale trilogy
The Twilight War trilogy
The War of the Spider Queen
The Empyrean Odyssey trilogy
The Brimstone Angels series

>> No.50072488

Wing it.

To answer the second question, wing it.

>> No.50072511

You mean refluffed skinwalkers?

>> No.50072528

> The War of the Spider Queen

Don't suggest this to innocent people. Please.

>> No.50072580

I mean, really I have no particular setting's cosmology in mind, I just wanted to get an idea of how they've been used in fiction and what a good and bad example of them would be. I am unfortunately far less well-read than I should be.

Might as well out myself as >>50071133 trying to figure out how to justify making the neighbor boy be a teenage tiefling. Giving him one long horn on his forehead and the nickname "lightning rod" feels like it would just be fun to play around with.

>> No.50072602


Yes, only without the Change Shape and a bit of that spicy magic.

Like, envision the Aasimar or Tiefling listings, only with cervids instead of demon-blooded or angel-blooded.

>> No.50072610

They have to read all six books to make sense of the Empyrean Odyssey and the Lady Penitent trilogies.

>> No.50072657

Then those trilogies can join WotSQ in Hell where they belong.

>> No.50072685

Because tieflings are aasimar.

>> No.50072697

niggas calm down. I only made this race as a small joke request from /pfg/
I haven't even made the stats yet, and am still in the midst of doing the physical description. Besides, no need to do too many variant, I was just planning on a few alternate traits and things, since trying to differentiate between a Mule Deer and Whitetail would just be pointless fluff, and I highly doubt most people even know what a Pronghorn is.

Calm yo tits

>> No.50072722


Never read it-what's the issue?

>> No.50072737

Uck phone posting, I meant tieflings and aasimar are d&disms.

>> No.50072832


You can't tell me what to do, you're not my mom!

>> No.50072837

Aren't I?

>> No.50072843

Are you sure?
Did you remember to clean your room and make your bed today?

>> No.50072865

>two mothers

>> No.50072982

Is there really technically no Improved/Greater Multiweapon in Pathfinder? Do you really have to get just the two-weapon fighting line and get extra attacks with one off-hand, with all the others getting only a single attack ever?

>> No.50073018

So I found DepressedHomebrewer's stuff in the trove. Has anyone played them before? What tier are they?

>> No.50073067

Tieflings tend to have a lot of their demonic urges; there is no real "standard" for them, because they tend to be rarer.

Good tieflings embrace their mortal half and may use a "fight fire with fire" approach to evil.

"bad" tieflings may or may not be inu-yasha and aspire to full demonhood.

I know that the alu in war of the spiderqueen goes on to be captured by some angel, give birth in heaven, half her tiefling son be raised by an angel to be a paladin and eventually converts to good she also revives the dead wizard from war of the spider queen who only really stick around for long enough to say that he's proud of both of them, and while he never really liked or cared much about being evil he was a product of his environment, and he's happy that they're both in a happier place

>> No.50073116


I want that tiefling to find love and appreciation.

>> No.50073152

>those stats
Goodness, she almost deserves those rocks!
Also how did she afford all that magical gear at lvl 1?

>> No.50073160


>> No.50073167


M-Moms? Why are you here?

>> No.50073200


Why are Tieflings hated when they tend to be attractive red-skinned women with big ole tiddies?

>> No.50073209

>stats dumped that far
>Int is only 15
>Wis 9
Did JJ build this wizard?

>> No.50073213

Everyone you love dies. Thing's arent as resolved as you'd think they'd be.

There is a *whole lot* of backstabbing.

>> No.50073227


I've seen some shit you wouldn't believe, anon.

You'd be amazed at how magic can let two lesbians "naturally" conceive a child.

>> No.50073257

It's a 9 pb in pathfinder.

>> No.50073297

>9 pb

>> No.50073397

Because of the demonic influence in their blood. Lots of them tend to be less than nice creatures; Sometimes they smell bad, sometimes they have unappealing features.

Sometimes things are just scary and bad stuff happens around them.

They also tend to be looked upon as though they're liars (demonic influence ones) or cheats (devil influenced ones). They're also seldom the products of entirely wholesome relationships (ie, someone way back down their line was a demonic cultist, or got raped by a demon or something).

The good ones are super extra good to overcome this prejudice, the bad ones tend to be extra bad. The neutral ones may just be liars.

Recently finished a 3.5 / forgotten realms book where a tiefling "child" was stolen from the red wizards of thay you have to be a literal psychopath to try this or powerful beyond belief. He eventually escaped after a decade or two of slavery, and had a relatively sour outlook on life - being exceptionally quick to attack for things he wanted. He survived as a thief until he eventually tried to lift the purse off of the daughter of two legendary adventurers (and a fairly respectable warrior in her own right). She smacked his hands then noticing he was quite small and somewhat malnourished she took the "child" back to where she lived and started to feed him.

The "child" (known as Kid from that point, as he didnt have a true name) helped their adventures as a dickass thief, a speaks-in-riddles and does acrobatics guy and an understander of most things magical and/or demonic... Only the aged dwarf of the party got to actually understand that the tiefling was something like 500+ years old and merely pretended to be a child. partially because it was easier for people to underestimate him and his experience and partially because he liked the girls of the party doting on him (a human, and a trio of half-sisters; a genasi, a half orc and a half-elf(?) - all of whom very much loved their daddy.)

>> No.50073420

The characters were supposed to be examples of 3d6 rolling IIRC. Not super optimized.

>> No.50073432


I don't recognize this character.

>> No.50073468


>12 Strength 14 Charisma

She was born to die, wasn't she.

>> No.50073480

The Empyrean Odyssey gave us the death of Mystra, Azuth, and Savras, leading to 4th edition, and Kael, the half noble drow, half alu-fiend (half human, half succubus).

The Lady Penitent series gave us the death of most of the drow pantheon, the death of a Chosen of Mystra, and dark brown elves.

Everything was resolved in the Lady Penitent series, even though that was undone in 5th edition.

>> No.50073531

They're comics from like 8 years ago or someshit. I cant remember the exact story behind them but their stats were IIRC 3d6 rolled in order no allocation and their gear was also supposed to have been rolled for on magic item tables. And yes, almost every single one of them ended up mediocre / subpar.

Ribbon drew them up a *long* time ago.

>> No.50073567


>Everyone rolled mediocre/subpar

Well, I know something Cestree's exceptional at.

>> No.50073592

I dont get it.

>> No.50073608


Her boobs, anon. Cestree's got an amazing figure.

>> No.50073611

Which book was this?

>> No.50073650

Crypt of the moaning diamond, last book in the dungeons series. It was overall very mediocre, and an ultimately forgettable installment in pulp fiction.

>> No.50073662

Ok, so:
You're rifling through the guard captain's office for a letter when a guard comes in with a report. He, unsurprisingly, is suspicious of you. You then shout in his face to fuck off or you'll have him on potato-peeling duty for a month for disrespecting a superior.
Is this Bluff or Intimidate?

>> No.50073670



>> No.50073686

Bluff first, then possibly Intimidate
Or, if your GM is kind, whichever single one you have the most ranks in for the occasion.

>> No.50073688

is there scan of Planes of Power or Horror Realms

>> No.50073690

>The Empyrean Odyssey gave us the death of Mystra

How is this something you can dislike?

>> No.50073692 [DELETED] 

Rolled 4, 6, 3, 6, 2, 1, 6, 1, 1, 4, 2, 4, 6, 5, 5, 2, 3, 6 = 67 (18d6)

>rolling 3d6 down the line
it's time

>> No.50073704

13, 9, 8, 10, 16, 11.

>> No.50073710

Rolled 6, 1, 2, 1, 1, 6, 3, 4, 4, 5, 4, 6, 5, 5, 1, 3, 4, 2 = 63 (18d6)

str 13
dex 9
con 8
int 10
wis 16
cha 11

Looks like you're a cleric

>> No.50073714

Rolled 5, 1 = 6 (2d10)

Wait, we're rolling for things now?

>> No.50073718

>Str: 13
>Dex: 9
>Con: 10
>Int: 10
>Wis: 18
>Cha: 11
A dwarf cleric he is. Ready to take on the world. He may not be the best, but he may survive.

>> No.50073728

Id roll a druid with that line
Get a racial on the CON

>> No.50073740

>Be Warder, int to intimidate
>Negotiate for help with an order of knights
>Mfw I make a simple but solid nonthreatening argument
>Mfw I notice DM is about to say 'Roll for Diplomacy'
>Mfw my diplomacy is shit
>Mfw I finish with '...or else'
>Mfw I get to roll intimidate instead and pass.

>> No.50073743

9, 8, 11, 15, 11, 9

I guess a wizard then?

>> No.50073744

Horror Realms isn't out yet, but here's Planes of Power

>> No.50073746

Rolled 4, 2, 5, 5, 3, 5, 6, 2, 3, 3, 4, 5, 5, 4, 2, 6, 5, 6 = 75 (18d6)

>> No.50073756

Str 9
Dex 8
Con 11
Int 15
Wis 11
Cha 9

Hello Witchfriend

>> No.50073759

Str 9, dex 8, con 11, int 15, wis 11, cha 9.

Passable wiz before racial bonuses.

>> No.50073774

11, 13, 11, 12, 11, 17
Legitimately not bad at all for a Sorcerer

>> No.50073785

str 11, dex 13, con 11, int 12, wis 11, cha 17.

Bard or sorcerer.

>> No.50073786

Hey /pfg/ was wondering if you could help me out. Starting my first campaign as a player in a bit and I was looking to make a bard that could contribute in a melee frontliner capacity but keep as much of his bard-y goodness as possible. Is multiclassing the way to go? Just dipping into a more martial class? Or is the Arcane Duelist Archetype not terrible and the solution to all my problems?

>> No.50073802


I like your gumption, anon!

>> No.50073818

Do you know what series would truly be mediocre?

pfg writes "The Initiators," "The Kitsune," "The Psychics," and "The Healsluts."

I would try one of those for NaNoWrimo, but I work 12 hours a day and I'm traveling later this month.

>> No.50073855


I would unironically read "The Healsluts" for inspiration.

>> No.50073879

Play a rubato https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tbBIinA90VQW8eriM0TZTZCbHsSU6cdv7_44J8w564s/edit

>> No.50073927

Rolled 1, 3, 4, 3, 3, 5, 5, 2, 5, 6, 6, 5, 5, 6, 5, 2, 1, 6 = 73 (18d6)

Big damn hero coming through

>> No.50073931

While this is the correct answer I'm fairly certain one's first game should be core as fuck so you can learn the ropes.
And also so you can feel just how much better most 3pp stuff is when you get to it.

>> No.50073950

>Str: 8
>Dex: 11
>Con: 12
>Int: 17
>Wis: 16
>Cha: 9
Wizard time?

>> No.50073954

Jesus Christ what the heck are those INT and WIS rolls

>> No.50073964



Looks like you might be a ranger made by JJ.

>> No.50073976

9, 13, 9, 12, 7, 11

Even trips couldn't save you

>> No.50073980

10, 13, 9, 12, 7, 11

You are completely average. You could I guess be a rogue or something?

>> No.50073994

Rolled 6, 1, 6, 1, 1, 4, 6, 4, 3, 1, 1, 5, 2, 1, 4, 2, 6, 1 = 55 (18d6)

Let's hope on the bandwagon.
Hope I did this right.

>> No.50073999

I would read the healsluts and the initiators.

>> No.50074010

>Rolled 6, 1, 6, 1, 1, 4, 6, 4, 3, 1, 1, 5, 2, 1, 4, 2, 6, 1 = 55 (18d6)

Nice commoner

>> No.50074012

It would star a Sadist (Vitalist), or a Wilder that picked Healing surge.

>> No.50074023


A part of me would hope the characters in that story are sluts that happen to be healers, rather than healers that are total sluts.

>> No.50074025

Barbarian it is.

>> No.50074032

>Those rolls
You're the Leo of party members

>> No.50074041

Rolled 2, 3, 1, 4, 1, 6, 1, 6, 4, 3, 3, 6, 4, 1, 2, 2, 1, 1 = 51 (18d6)

13, 6, 13, 7, 6, 9. Someone should kill you, only to end your suffering.

Bandwagon time.

>> No.50074055

>You're the Leo of party members

I don't even know what that means!

>> No.50074056

Rolled 1, 4, 6, 2, 6, 6, 5, 2, 3, 6, 5, 1, 3, 3, 3, 2, 4, 5 = 67 (18d6)

This seems like a fun activity.

>> No.50074063

At least one of them would have to be a Zweihander Sentinel.


>> No.50074070

You're coming with me, fucker

>> No.50074081



Wouldn't be so quick to pass judgment there, hombre.

>> No.50074106

Rolled 2, 1, 1, 5, 5, 3, 1, 5, 5, 5, 1, 6, 1, 2, 1, 5, 3, 6 = 58 (18d6)

oh god.

6 str, 11 dex, 11 con, 12 int, 7 wis, 4 charisma.

The character is a weak unskilled troglodyte that is *kind* of smart.

Kind of like kestra'chern sort of? mix of therapists, healers, aestheticians, masseurs, 'spirit' healers and to a lesser extent prostitutes.

>> No.50074107

>Ratfolk Wizard

>Str: 6
>Dex: 13
>Con: 12
>Int: 19
>Wis: 16
>Cha: 9

Looks good to me

>> No.50074112

Rolled 3, 1, 4, 5, 3, 3, 4, 2, 6, 5, 5, 1, 5, 4, 2, 1, 6, 2 = 62 (18d6)

You're all rolling it wrong.
Watch this!

>> No.50074119


The "healsluts" story, I said I would hope they'd be sluts that went into healing as a career because it meant easy dick rather than being healers who gradually learned to love the cock.

I much prefer the idea of loose women learning a valuable life skill than healing clerics slowly being corrupted to the cock.

>> No.50074144

4 str, 11 dex, 9 con, 11 int, 9 wis, 14 charisma.

Plz no.

>> No.50074160

Rolled 2, 6, 3, 6, 3, 2, 6, 1, 6, 1, 4, 5, 3, 2, 6, 5, 1, 5 = 67 (18d6)

I'll use my sheer willpower to force a great roll! Aaaaaaaaaaaa!!

>> No.50074203

>Removed a long series of posts surrounding a different product from a different publisher. The intent of product discussion threads is to house information surrounding to the specific product the threads are attached to, and we ask participants to curb unrelated conversations and take it to another thread.

So those that were asking yesterday in here about blood of the beast and grimoire of lost souls having the same author, uh, actually your questions are all gone.

>> No.50074207

Rolled 5, 2, 3, 6, 6, 4, 5, 3, 4, 3, 1, 2, 5, 4, 6, 6, 5, 2 = 72 (18d6)

Behold, peasants! Now THIS is a statline!

>> No.50074214

Rolled 6, 2, 6, 2, 2, 1, 2, 1, 3, 3, 5, 4, 6, 3, 6, 3, 1, 2 = 58 (18d6)

Am I doing this right

>> No.50074218

Rolled 5, 2, 2, 3, 3, 2, 1, 3, 1, 3, 5, 1, 4, 3, 1, 1, 1, 2 = 43 (18d6)

Team above average. Time to join this adventuring crew.

>> No.50074230



Congrats, you're a normie.

>> No.50074241


That statline is beautiful

>> No.50074249

God dammit I'm retarded

>> No.50074276

Jesus Christ anon what the he'll are those rolls

>> No.50074279


>Str: 5 (9)
>Dex: 10 (8)
>Con: 3 (5)
>Int: 9
>Wis: 8
>Cha: 4

I shall be the party leader, as a kobold.

>> No.50074286


We're all retarded in our own special way, anon-kun!

>> No.50074299



>> No.50074309

10 str, 16 dex, 12 con, 6 int, 15wis, 13 cha.

Aka the retard that could juggle.

>> No.50074333

Rolled 2, 5, 1, 3, 5, 4, 2, 4, 4, 2, 5, 4, 6, 6, 2, 6, 4, 5 = 70 (18d6)

>> No.50074342

14 str, 5 dex, 6 con, 12 int, 15 wis, 6 cha.

You're a cleric, Keep that plate armor on.

>> No.50074344

>Oracle of Calistra
>Shaman of Lamashtu
>Witch with Healing patron

Golarion, Faerun, or some other campaign setting?

>> No.50074363


>mfw they're a mentally retarded Rogue.

>> No.50074366

Rolled 5, 2, 6, 3, 6, 4, 6, 5, 5, 2, 6, 2, 3, 6, 3, 6, 1, 5 = 76 (18d6)

Eh, why not. Do your worse Dice Gods!

>> No.50074375

Better play a hobgoblin to mitigate how bad that is.

>> No.50074397

Rolled 5, 4, 1, 2, 3, 2, 4, 4, 4, 3, 4, 6, 1, 4, 4, 1, 3, 5 = 60 (18d6)

9str, 8dex, 5 con, 9 int, 8 wis, 4 cha.

You are the most unfortunate individual ever. incoming all 1's

>> No.50074408

Apparently Endzeitgeist loves Childhood Adventures. The fuck?

>> No.50074429

Rolled 6, 3, 6, 2, 1, 6, 5, 3, 4, 6, 3, 4, 3, 3, 4, 4, 6, 4, 6, 4, 3, 2, 4, 2 = 94 (24d6)

10, 7, 12, 13, 9, 9. Meh.


Shall we switch to 4d6 drop lowest

>> No.50074443


>> No.50074460

>13 Str
>13 Dex
>16 Con
>10 Int
>12 Wis
>12 Cha

Well, I guess Its time to run a Kineticist.
Or better yet, a Half-Orc Scarred Witchdoctor (pre errata)
Or maybe go full Muscle Wizard as a Con-based Spherecaster

>Shall we switch to 4d6 drop lowest
NO! Let us suffer together!

>> No.50074464

>6, 3, 6, 2
15 str
>1, 6, 5, 3
14 dex
>4, 6, 3, 4
14 con
>3, 3, 4, 4
11 int
>6, 4, 6, 4
>3, 2, 4, 2
9 cha

bretty gud.

>> No.50074471

>literally a sick cripple with above average arm strength

I approve of this route

>> No.50074480


>tfw you realize Aqua's just a dumb goddess that wants to live her immortality in peace, but is stuck with some crazy guy and his band of insane buddies

>> No.50074491

Shilling in full force

>> No.50074495

Rolled 4, 4, 1, 2, 1, 1, 5, 3, 6, 6, 6, 6, 1, 4, 4, 1, 3, 3, 4, 1, 6, 5, 2, 6 = 85 (24d6)

>just rolled and already forgetting how to use that function

I am not clever

>> No.50074507

Rolled 5, 6, 4, 5, 6, 1, 4, 2, 6, 6, 1, 5, 3, 2, 1, 6, 3, 4 = 70 (18d6)

Let's do this

>> No.50074508

Anon, it goes "dice+18d6" in the options bar.

>> No.50074510


>18 Intelligence
>High Charisma

Oh baby.

>> No.50074511


>> No.50074522

so who would you chuckle fucks play with out of these rolled characters?

>> No.50074531

Rolled 5, 5, 1, 6, 4, 1, 1, 6, 6, 4, 1, 3, 3, 4, 2, 2, 3, 6, 3, 2, 2, 2, 5, 4 = 81 (24d6)


>> No.50074533

>4, 4, 1, 2
>1, 1, 5, 3
>6, 6, 6, 6
... 18
>1, 4, 4, 1
>3, 3, 4, 1
>6, 5, 2, 6

>> No.50074537

>Above 10 in everthing
>except a 6 in Wis
I am so sorry anon

>> No.50074549

>15 STR
>12 DEX
>12 CON
>12 INT
>6 WIS
>13 CHA

Yeah, I just remembered that it was dice instead of roll a moment just after hitting the submit button.

Well, at least I know I'm not a cleric, druid, or ranger.

>> No.50074581

>6, 6, 6, 6,

>> No.50074595


Get something with STR/CHA, and you could be looking at a paladin.

>> No.50074598

I'd stick some of the really bad ones with some of the really good ones and run a game of whacky shenanigans.

Particularly aqua >>50074299
with our almost dead kobold>>50074218

>> No.50074616

Rolled 3, 3, 2, 4, 5, 1, 5, 4, 4, 4, 3, 1, 2, 3, 2, 2, 5, 2 = 55 (18d6)


>> No.50074626

Rolled 3, 4, 2, 4, 3, 1, 1, 3, 1, 3, 6, 3, 4, 5, 3, 3, 1, 2 = 52 (18d6)

I've always wanted to have high mental stats

>> No.50074629

I need your help, guys.

I need to make a real treasure vacuum. A guy who NEVER misses a piece of treasure. Automatic detection of gold, detecting treasure hidden in places you cant even find with perception checks, all that good stuff. Doesn't even have to be good at combat, just good at sweeping for loot.

Paizo only for now. Any advice?

>> No.50074631

Rolled 4, 6, 3, 2, 5, 5, 5, 4, 6, 6, 4, 6, 2, 6, 3, 1, 4, 5, 5, 1, 1, 1, 1, 4 = 90 (24d6)

Oh well, since everyone is switching from Suffer Mode to Passable Mode, I may as well join in. and see what happens

>> No.50074632

Reposting this because 5 hours and no replies, plus some changes.
How do I make a dragon worshipping monk?So far I've got
LN Human (?) Scaled Fist/MoMS Monk 2
20 (16+2+2)
9 (7+2)
Dragon Style
Tatzlwyrm Claw Style
Kraken Style (?)
I'm thinking of a grappling build.
Apparently 2 of the 4 people in the group left so we are now gestalt. I'm thinking Draconic Sorcerer or Fighter.

>> No.50074645

>10, 8, 18, 9, 10,17
>if it's down the line then I am some clumsy chucklefuck of below-average intellect
>average Str and Wis, but Con and Cha for days tho
>probably a good fullcasting oracle of some sort, probably of a variety that gets Cha-to-AC and DEFINITELY taking that archetype that poaches the +Int revelation, if not just being a fucking Loracle
>if it's not straight down the line, it's fucking WIZARD TIME Boyo

Am I that one charming gag character in a slice of life anime or something

>> No.50074647

>9, 8, 5, 12, 12, 6
>5 Con

>> No.50074653

Dwarf with the gold scent racial.
Then pick a class that can cast detect secret doors. That's pretty much all you need.

>> No.50074654

Rolled 2, 1, 6, 3, 1, 3, 6, 5, 3, 6, 4, 3, 4, 5, 2, 6, 2, 4, 3, 6, 1, 3, 3, 3, 3 = 88 (25d6)

Method V, here we go

>> No.50074657

>STR 8
>DEX 10
>CON 13
>INT 8
>WIS 7
>CHA 9

I suck

>> No.50074682

Rolled 2, 4, 2, 1, 2, 2, 2, 2, 4, 1, 3, 4, 5, 5 = 39 (14d6)

well shit, that didn't go to plan
>17 17 13
>3 carries into the next roll

>> No.50074683

Rather than lazy or seeking peace, or even being valliant, she's basically at the extreme end of Chaotic, being self-concerned to the level of missing the point (and/or not even fucking noticing what's going on) in critical events, and doing and saying whatever she wants anytime, anywhere, no matter how bad an idea that is.

Compare that to Megumin, who is actually a rather sweet girl in private and just needs to go do her explosion routine once a day, or Darkness, who is both hot and valiant, just, uh, with one little fetish (okay BIG fetish), and you're left with a goddess who can be considered clinical due to the level at which she lives in her own little bubble.

>> No.50074687

Kill me

>Make a monk
>Make him worship dragons

>> No.50074696

Rolled 6, 5, 5, 2, 4, 4, 1, 4, 3, 6, 1, 3, 4, 1, 3, 4, 2, 5, 1, 3, 2, 5, 5, 6 = 85 (24d6)


>> No.50074716

Rolled 6, 6, 3, 4, 6, 1, 5, 4, 4, 4, 5, 6, 6, 6, 1, 5, 1, 1, 4, 4, 3, 5, 3, 5 = 98 (24d6)

Fuckit lets go

>> No.50074719


Dorkness is easily wife material, but sadly it seems Mr. Main Character is going for Megumin.

>> No.50074722

by stat priority:
>17 17 13 9 8 14
>14 in the dump stat
well shit

>> No.50074726

Be part Dwarf.

>reasure Sense (2 RP): Some dwarves have learned to sense the presence of material wealth with dragonlike precision. This ability functions as scent, except it can detect only precious metals (copper, silver, and gold) and creatures primarily made of such materials. This trait replaces stability and stonecutting.

>> No.50074733

>What's the most historically significant thing your character has ever personally done?

the gunslinger became the king of irrisen and was granted eternal youth to rule forever. he opened irrisen's borders and brought advanced guns into the setting. another character, a brawler, was the head of a lowly artisinal company and at this point is now a mega corporation that rules trade using flying castles. the brawler's currently taking advantage of the rapidly increasing amount of guns in golarion by selling them to the desperate paladins at the worldwound. the rest of the characters in those parties became major players in the world stage as well.

>> No.50074749

>STR 16
>DEX 12
>CON 12
>INT 11
>WIS 10
>CHA 16

Guess I am a paladin.

>> No.50074772



Shit, you actually made out pretty good.

>> No.50074775

>6+6+4+3-3 = 16
>4+6+5+1-1 = 15
>4+4+5+6-4 = 15
>6+6+1+5-1 =17
>1+1+4+4-1 = 9
>3+5+3+5-3 =13

That is a crazy stat line

16 str
15 dex
15 con
17 int
9 wis
13 cha

What do I even do with that statline.

If my Wis was good i could even be a monk with that good of stats

Maybe Magus?

>> No.50074780

it's as >>50074653 states; for the most part the real secret is in your attitude and understanding of what makes treasure.

A few quick lessons, from which you should grasp the concept:

>Every last one of these roof and floor tiles was made of a rare clay, to lay them could have been incomparably expensive

>The double doors are incredibly ornate, lined with gold filigree and intricately carved depictions of the previous king and the kingdom's holy dragon

>This small library holds thousands of books, most of them in languages you have never heard of, from places far away

>an herb garden

>there is a 10ft magic circle carved into the floor of this room, using molten platinum deep in the recesses for an unending flowing pattern.


the answer is: YES

>> No.50074782

its the equivalent of a 39pb

That is a fucking nutty statline.

>> No.50074811

Rolled 3, 6, 4, 4, 3, 3, 6, 6, 3, 5, 1, 6, 4, 2, 2, 6, 5, 6, 6, 4, 5, 1, 3, 3 = 97 (24d6)

Zwei sent warder; Int is an important part of their class abilities.

You will fuck everyone up.

>> No.50074823

>4, 6, 3, 2 = 13 Str
>5, 5, 5, 4 = 15 Dex
>6, 6, 4, 6 = 18 FUKKEN CON
>2, 6, 3, 1 = 11 Int
>4, 5, 5, 1 = 14 Wis
>1, 1, 1, 4 = 6 Cha

>Fast and Wise kineticist who keeps spilling his spaghetti all over the place
I'm not good at making friends, so that's why I'm an Avant Guard, so I can make my own friends!
i'm so lonely

>> No.50074828

I think he's honestly torn between the two for... rather reasonable reasons given he's still a teenager.

Megumin's a sweet girl, and they keep getting close... But Dorkness is hella hot and were it not for constant interruptions she'd be tied up on his bed permanently.

Honestly, I think the best possible end for either girl would be if Megumin becomes main wife so that Lalatina is immorally reduced from a noble to a mere sow of a mistress on his side.

You know. Because she'll cum from just the thought of how degrading that all is.

>> No.50074829

>zwei sent warder

I'd rather kill myself thanks

I'd probably use it to make a strength magus, every magus is a dexfag and that tilts me.

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>> No.50074839

>3, 6, 4, 4
14 str
>3, 3, 6, 6
15 dex
>3, 5, 1, 6
14 con
>4, 2, 2, 6
12 int
>5, 6, 6, 4
17 wis
>5, 1, 3, 3
11 cha.

Warpriest here I come?

>> No.50074860

>average of 31.5K a year

Wow, that's a million times better than what Onyx Path Publishing does.

Part of the reason that Exalted got delayed for like 2 years is that they literally pay less than minimum wage to their staff, so the writers/editors/etc all have other jobs.

>> No.50074918

Oh fuck those ears.

>> No.50074932

I'm looking for some mechanical way to reflect that though.

>> No.50074941

>I'd rather kill myself thanks
Why it's a good archetype?

>> No.50074959


Do you want to nibble on them, anon~?

>> No.50074960

Rolled 1, 1, 1, 3, 3, 1, 3, 2, 1, 1, 3, 5, 2, 5, 5, 5, 2, 4, 2, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6 = 74 (24d6)

Been ages since I last rolled 3 or 4d6 for stats, wonder how I'll do.

>> No.50074968 [SPOILER] 

Do you prefer them horizontal?

>> No.50074983

get that shit out of here.

>> No.50074987

What's wrong? Do you have a complaint with the Noble House of Mar?

>> No.50075073

As opposed to any other time you play one?

>> No.50075145

Curse of the Crimson Throne, who do I have kill to get the PDF?!!

>> No.50075169


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>> No.50075234

How much physical description is enough for describing a homebrew race? How much is too much?
In your experience, how many factors should be left to biodiversity and variety?

>> No.50075235

What makes a good backstory?

>> No.50075301


A loose height/weight range for males and females, common complexions and hair colors, eyes if they're usually something different from humans. Maybe a list of places you can rub to make them bleat.

>> No.50075332

>Who are they?
>Where did they come from?
>What do they want?
>What do they believe in?
>What made them develop these quirks and desires?
>When did this all happen?
>Why are they adventuring
>How did their situation/history/race affect their lives and identity?
>What do/did they to do before becomming adventurers?
>What sorts of hobby, likes, dislikes, and aspirations do they have?

>> No.50075350

Height, weight, colorations (Hair, eyes, skin), non-human features (Tail/horns) at a minimum. If you start with the idea of 'they're human, but...' then you'll get a good part of what needs to be written.

Believably & Brevity.
Something that makes them want to go adventuring over any other profession.
Something that the GM can use. NPCs and ends that haven't been tied up are the best -- I love it when a player mentions that they have family back in X area, that his parents always told him he was of royal lineage, or that her character's brother is also an adventurer.

Hooks and Goals in a believable and short package; and you'll have any good GM accepting your application.

>> No.50075471

Its the only type of Warder i ever see

People only make ZS warders. Everybody makes a ZS warder.

also i don't like PoW

>5 strength


>> No.50075476

New Thread:


>> No.50075485

Uh oh everbody. Sir Faggotstein the Salted is back

Remember to hide his posts and ignore him.

>> No.50075493


I can kill that!


How do you know I didn't die and come back?

>> No.50075500


Clearly, I'm not going to be doing a lot of heavy lifting. Or pretty much any physical labor, for that matter.

Maybe Synth Summoner?

>> No.50075502

So you're a hipster and a faggot.

>> No.50075516


Yes I'm back! I'm the Mister Mutherfucking Saltstein!

>> No.50075524

>so you're a hipster and a faggot

Given that I also hate playing humans, sure, lets go with that.

>> No.50075547


Man I actually really like doing 4d6 drop lowest in order, yeah some people get better chars, but it forces people to build things they wouldn't ever do otherwise.

>> No.50075572

To Shio-san: the PDF cleaners were asking for a copy to be donated, so it'll still be a few days most likely.

>> No.50075609


What PDF?!!

>> No.50075624

Which do you think Shio-san

>> No.50075646

Alright, I've gotten some stuff done on the homebrew class!
Not much stuff, just up to level 6, and only a handful of domains. We have the domains for Eristil, and three domains for Nethys, and the Life domain.


>> No.50075734


I'm hoping Curse of the Crimson Throne PDF but I never know with these fucktards.

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