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1 hour ago, BlazingTornado said:

Yeah but where can I go to know the cost of, say, a cloak or ring of swimming or +9 poisoned battleaxe that crits on an 18-19?

Or of you go to the online rules section of the Paizo site, there is a magic item section.  Part of each item description is the cost of the item.

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26 minutes ago, Dilvish the Deliverer said:

Or of you go to the online rules section of the Paizo site, there is a magic item section.  Part of each item description is the cost of the item.

 

If your referencing the prd, I wanna say they made a deal with some website to handle that part & when you go to the rules on paizo . com they'll take you to the new site. It's gotten mixed reviews so far. Mostly positive thou.

 

I tend to use this site more: https://www.d20pfsrd.com/

 

Mainly due to usually comes first when looking of a item or rules & such. I did like the actual Paizo one more as the site was a bit cleaner.

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54 minutes ago, haldir said:

 

If your referencing the prd, I wanna say they made a deal with some website to handle that part & when you go to the rules on paizo . com they'll take you to the new site. It's gotten mixed reviews so far. Mostly positive thou.

 

I tend to use this site more: https://www.d20pfsrd.com/

 

Mainly due to usually comes first when looking of a item or rules & such. I did like the actual Paizo one more as the site was a bit cleaner.

I was wondering about that.  I haven't made a PF character in quite some time and was surprised by the change.  Things seem to take a little longer to load but seem usable.  I do use the d20pfsrd as well. 

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I don’t care for it.

you can find the old one searching for “pathfinder srd legacy” or some such.

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Can't decide if I want to make this fighter a human or a snakeman.

 

Nagaji's more appealing in some ways but it gives me a penalty to INT so, fewer feats.

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I was gonna post up the magic item list from Ire of the Storm here today, but slept most of the day after work. OT every night this week, gotta love the manager that doesn't order correctly........

 

Anyways, I'll try to get it up this weekend. I'll be busy offline getting things prepped up for my Death House adventure on Monday. I found a few new things to use on dmsguild  (mostly props & nicer narrative to describe room details) over the past month & I need to get off my butt & implement them into the game.

 

We still need a 4th to make this official but so far so good.

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