Paths Not Taken: Initial Thoughts on Race

Living Document: Ancestries Pathfinder first edition has races, second edition has ancestries. To my mind they are fundamentally the same thing, but the implementation is different. First edition races are reasonably close to the D&D 3.x races. You get some abilities at character creation and and that’s mostly it. Unless …

10,000 Spells…!

… will give you such a crick in the wrist! It’s a milestone, of a sort. I’ve catalogued 10,000 Pathfinder spells. And I’m not done yet. The data is not yet cleansed, so there will be Product Identity (character names, mostly) in the file. I consider this an ‘index’, much …

Polyhedral Pantheons: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

In Polyhedral Pantheons I described a process where you assign a domain to each face and each point of a polyhedron, then use adjacent sites to define deities based on those domain assignments. For instance, in the Shu-Shi pantheon (worksheet shown below) the ‘1’ face has the Nobility domain assigned, …

Divine Trappings: Unexpected Oversight

Considering how much time I’ve spent on the Echelon Reference Series, specifically capturing content from the Player Companions and especially from the Faiths of {Purity, Balance, Corruption} books, I really should have looked in them. The sections describing each deity, at least the more major ones, include the following subsections. …

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