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Pathfinder Bestiary Review
Well, Here it is February and itís time for another review. This time is the Pathfinder Bestiary up for review. This book is largely a remake of the D&D 3.5 monster manual that has been brought up to date with the newer stats and abilities that are found within the Pathfinder system.
This review will be fairly short as I will not be describing every monster in the book.
Starting right off the bat on page 5 is a short chart
I've written another in the Comparative Character Generation series. I'm only going to do two more, since a) I've examined most of the systems I'm likely to find players for, as far as I know, and b) my real problem isn't the system I run.
So if anyone wants to see something besides PDQ, PDQ Sharp, FATE, Fudge, GURPS, BRP, MRQ, MRQ2, WFRP2, WFRP3, Unisystem, Barbarians of Lemuria, NWoD, Savage Worlds, Risus, or several variations on d20 ... speak now.
Updated 09-16-2010 at 08:16 AM by fmitchell
Hey. I'm a new DM, for about 3 months now, and I've actually done a pretty good job at it. I have about 5 or 6 people usually there each week.
The main party is a Druid Elf (Beto Blackberry, and yes he looked a his phone for the last name), an Elf Ranger (Fiaro), a Human Swashbuckler (William Lockhart, total Pirates of the Caribbean steal), a Rouge (Necomalum), Half-Giant Fighter/Barbarian ( Gram or Grag or something like that), then some usual NPC's like a Werewolf Paladin of Freedom
Just finished watching Season One of Darker than Black and I've gotta say I might have a new favorite anime here.
The story is set in the near future where a secret group of people known as contractors run around behind the scenes and the general public have no idea they exist. The governments, of course, do know they exist and exploit their special abilities.
These abilities come at a cost, known as Renumeration. Say a contractor uses his/her ability, whatever it may be,
There are two major things to keep in mind when endeavoring to role-play well. The first is to take a lesson from literature and the movies and have a character arc. A character arc is the journey the character undertakes over the course of the campaign.
No, we arenít referring to the journey from the tavern to the dungeon, itís the internal journey, the lessons of morality and knowledge that the character learns. The character could start as a generally good person and become corrupt
Updated 01-12-2010 at 02:52 AM by Opie Wan Kenopi