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Wednesday, 10th July, 2019

  • 09:49 PM - Kobold Avenger quoted MaskedGuy in post The Evolution of Tieflings in D&D: Interviews with Zeb Cook and Colin McComb
    That reminds me of why I like Pathfinder version of tieflings: They can be members of any 0hd race and they are basically deformed mutants with fiendish ancestry. The fiendish ancestry can be anything from devils to demons and more exotic and bizarre fiends like qlippoths. (same applies to all pathfinder versions of planar scions, they aren't strictly human restricted.) There is even optional d100 table for tiefling/aasimar powers and cosmetic appearances. Reading the article, it kinda feels like Pathfinder's writers wanted to throw back to older version of tieflings Well Pathfinder was essentially made in response to 4e, it was definitely "no we like things the way they were before" and as a result everything in Pathfinder was more open and freer in concepts, while 4e tried to become more restrictive in concepts and lore. Planetouched in general are mutants (of the X-Men type) of the planes. The wide diversity of forms was essential to their identity.

Thursday, 21st March, 2019

  • 06:35 PM - dave2008 quoted MaskedGuy in post Check Out Wayne Reynolds' Pathfinder Bestiary 2 Artwork!
    Just to note that Kobolds have been multicolored after chromatic dragons since 1e, though there isn't a kobold type for each dragon color, they just have multiple colors in same tribe. There is also that sometimes they have rare colors like gold, pink or purple, two of which aren't really based on any dragon types. Interesting. Before 4e I typically only bought the core books and in the 1e MM they are described like this: "The hide of kobolds runs from very dark rusty brown to a rusty black. The have no hair. Their eyes are reddish and their small horns are tan to white." Notice they are not even described as being scaled. So I don't know when that and their color changed, but it was part of their 1e MM!

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Monday, 30th October, 2017

  • 04:53 AM - GMforPowergamers quoted MaskedGuy in post Harassment At PaizoCon 2017
    <_< Since the topic keeps getting derailed by Folca conversation, I suppose I should at least give people context of what they are talking about? "Folca, the Gaunt Stranger, appears as an unnaturally tall, emaciated man dressed in gray clothing with golden buttons. His featureless face seems to have dozens of childlike hands pressing from within. Folca’s realm is a place of bedrooms, hideouts, kitchens, and playrooms where every perception of safety or protection harbors a hidden potential for terror." Folca is Daemonic Harbinger, a quasi-deity under horsemen of apocalypse on Abaddon. His areas of concerns are "Abductions, Strangers, Sweets" and his subdomains include lust. What evilref was talking about is his obedience and boon mechanics. Obedience mechanic is for most zealous worshiper of a deity, if they perform their obedience daily, they get a boons from their god which include spell like abilities and usually skill bonuses and even maintain class features of prestige classes. Fo...

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