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I've had some experience with a variety of RP-based games, and have recently (within the past year) taken up with a group of friends playing Pathfinder. We have tons of fun, but with me being the most experienced player, it tends to fall to me to make decisions when the group is unsure of something. So, I'm constantly being put in situations where I have to come up with answers to questions I'd never even thought would be an issue. I do my best, but ultimately, I need some help.

Which is why I'm here.


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comment Can amphibious creatures in Pathfinder speak underwater, and if so, how?
I used the term 'amphibious' because it is a racial ability in Pathfinder that gives creatures with the 'aquatic' subtype the ability to breath both water and air. I assumed that the average Pathfinder PC would be one of these races, as opposed to solely aquatic, since aquatic campaigns are less common, meaning amphibious races would see more use.
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comment How can a GM justify changing a player's alignment?
Since writing the question, I've honestly found that the best way to explain alignment is as a game mechanic. Each alignment represents 'energy' from different plains. That energy exists naturally on the prime-material plane, and different energies are attracted to different personalities and moralities. Anymore, if someone challenges my changing their alignment, I just say, "Sorry, but in my world, (insert energy type) isn't attracted to the type of person you're portraying." Same basic end result, but I've found people tend to go with it easier.
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