03:20:58 PM Jan 8th 2017
Should the Lovecraft Lite entry be updaqted to include that there is now, ever sicne the book Horror Adventurers came out, a way to implement a Santiy Meter?
03:51:16 AM Nov 7th 2015
Should there be a sub page for locations or would that be considered to be part of 'mortals' character sub page?
08:15:53 AM Oct 24th 2013
Would anyone be violently opposed to me spinning off a Pathfinder Society page?
04:35:03 PM Oct 20th 2013
So, what should we do about third party material? I'm mainly asking because I'd like to add some examples from Dreamscarred's stuff, which is mostly mechanics, so I can't just make a page for Third Dawn and add it in there.
08:14:41 AM Jun 17th 2013
This is getting ridiculous. Should Pathfinder get its own Our Monsters Are Different subpage?
08:15:31 AM Sep 18th 2012
Should character sheets also include characters and races? Just something I'd like to know.
05:04:46 PM Sep 9th 2011
Should the comment on Linear Warriors, Quadratic Wizards be removed? There have been lots of arguments on the forums about whether or not Power Attack has been nerfed (Better for one-handed or two-weapon fighters, so on and so forth), among other things. While there is definitely a discrepancy in power levels between fighters and casters, that comment seems like it belongs on the YMMV or discussion page. I'm kind of new at this so I'm hesitant to do it myself.
11:38:37 AM May 30th 2011
It might be a good idea to add a page for the Pathfinder Tales (the novels, Pathfinder Journals, etc.) A separate page, with its own Character Sheet if it gets developed enough, due to the scope of Pathfinder. I wanted to add it myself, but I recently joined and I don't know how.
11:16:10 AM Nov 10th 2010
Where does the information on Asmodeus's brother Ihys come from? I've found nothing on him in any Pathfinder books I've read so far.
04:52:36 AM Dec 1st 2010
OK, I got my hands on Book of the Damned: Princes of Darkness, and that answered my question. For the longest time I thought Ihys's existence was Fanon...
08:51:56 PM Oct 11th 2010
I had added this as an example of Public-Domain Character before realizing that it was pointedly not an example. IS there a trope for going back to the roots of a work, or in this case a fictional creature? Original pre-cut text below:
- Public-Domain Character: A number of monsters pulled from Victorian and pulp literature feature in the setting. This has also allowed Pathfinder to have creatures that would otherwise be exclusively D&D IP, by way of going back to the roots of many of those D&D creatures. For example, D&D's displacer beast was not open content. Paizo went to the estate of sci-fi author A. E. van Vogt and got permission to use the coeurl, which the displacer beast was based upon.
06:23:37 AM Aug 16th 2010
Character sheet is go. :)