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Apr
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answered Minor Creation and food
Mar
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answered Barbarian rage and fight on defense
Mar
25
comment What are the advantages of AD&D over D&D3?
Why was 1e, and not 2e, the last edition where skill at playing meant more than skill at creation? What do you believe made the difference?
Mar
25
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Mar
22
answered Can I use touch creature spells on myself?
Mar
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answered What should a GM do about players using magic in unforeseen game-breaking ways?
Mar
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answered How do my Sorceror and Caster levels interact with Magical Knack and Fire Ray?
Mar
2
answered Change Of Heart (Deity)
Feb
28
comment Can a Magus enchant his fists?
Since we're going off of likely intent anyway, I'd be tempted to say it's the same deal: you can enchant natural weapons associated with your hands (claw, slam, etc) but not other natural weapons (tail slap, etc). Why Paizo is so explicitly picky about hands, I don't know, but I'll roll with it.
Feb
28
answered Can a Magus enchant his fists?
Feb
28
comment Ways to fly around the battlefield and still get have a Full action left to use on other things?
A 10th-level witch couldn't quicken Dimension Door yet. You don't get spell slots that high until Level 15, and even then you only get one shot.
Feb
27
answered How do I force a party from the Astral Plane?
Feb
27
answered Storytelling with lie detection
Feb
27
comment Are there any skill rank house rules?
Although Pathfinder's skill system is superficially similar to 3.5e's, there are some critical differences. That's not a simple merge: you could rip out the skill system and replace it with Pathfinder's, but you'd have to convert all of the character's existing ranks to deal with the changes.
Feb
27
comment Are there any skill rank house rules?
What is your ranger's Intelligence score?
Feb
27
answered Can a Sorcerer learn “Cure Light Wounds” from a scroll?
Feb
27
comment Is it the same using 1d100 and using 2d10 (one percentile)?
The article you cite also notes that the Zocchihedrons were redesigned, which goes a long way toward handling the asymmetry problem of the original design. Even if that were the case, I was under the assumption that we were talking about theoretically perfect dice.
Feb
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Feb
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answered Do Sorcerers need to know a lot of attack spells?
Feb
25
comment Armour rating inside an iron safe
Keep in mind the difference between line of sight and line of effect. Often they're the same, but not always: fog blocks line of sight but not line of effect, while the surface of a body of water blocks line of effect but not line of sight. The safe blocks both, of course, but this means that just being able to attack without seeing him isn't enough: you also have to be able to attack without needing line of effect.