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Unfortunately Not The extraordinary ability rage granted by the prestige class eye of Gruumsh says An eye of Gruumsh can fly into a rage just as a barbarian can, with all the same benefits and drawbacks (see page 25 of the Player’s Handbook). An eye of Gruumsh’s class levels stack with his barbarian levels (if any) for determining the number of times ...


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Adventurer Conqueror King System is also substantially focused on this kind of thing. You might look there for inspiration or consider switching over. Obviously, something to talk to your GM/Judge about. Here's the company link. http://www.autarch.co/ Ultimate Campaign is a pathfinder product designed for that purpose. To boot, the rules are nicely ...


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Yes, Ultimate Campaign has support for building organizations out of "teams". See the Downtime rules on the d20PFSRD - it's harder to follow than reading the book, but the rules parts are all there: http://www.d20pfsrd.com/gamemastering/other-rules/downtime


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1. Golarion has a less simplistic viewpoint than some other dnd settings - i'd compare it to Eberron more than I would Faerun or Greyhawk. Different pantheons are worshiped, certain deities are popular in certain countries and regions, certain countries are religious, and certain countries are, well, the opposite. It's closer to a setting like the Malazan ...


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Inhabitants of Golarion are generally religious in one form or another, as exemplified by all the various gods and other beings that are worshipped there. Whether a deity or juju or following the Prophecies of Kalistrade, most everyone has one or more things they'd consider their patron. As the gods don't intercede directly, there are false gods (as in ...


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Nerull was a jerk who wanted to be king of the gods. The other deities were happy when the Raven Queen croaked him—happy enough to raise her to godhood in his place—but didn't want a repeat performance. So they tweaked her portfolio a little, and she later added a couple extra domains of her own. To prevent her from becoming a tyrant in the ...


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Nerull trapped and tormented souls in Pluton (a domain of the Astral Sea in the Points of Light setting), plotting to become the king of the gods... until his mortal consort killed him and acquired his portfolio. [She was] a haughty mortal sorcerer-queen whose death brought her into Nerull’s realm. The Lord of the Dead sought to bind her to him as his ...



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