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Why can't flying races fly while wearing armor?

From a RP perspective: because it's cumbersome As the names imply, light armor is generally lighter than medium or heavy armor. And that's not all: it's also more unwieldy and gets more in the way. ...
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Why can't flying races fly while wearing armor?

Because heavy armor is heavy and impairs movement. The descriptions of medium armor and heavy armor given in the Player's Handbook/Basic Rules answer this question for us: Medium Armor Medium armor ...
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Now that Monsters of the Multiverse is out, are variant Humans still relevant?

Solid, thoughtful answers above. I have a different take on it though, less to do with MoM changes. MoM made some other races more balanced and less likely to be banned (Yaun-ti for example). The ...
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Would it be balanced to use the Starfinder system for races with more than 2 arms in Pathfinder 1e?

Balance-Wise This Should Be Fine There's already an unrestricted 4-armed race in Pathfinder, the Kasathas (a core race in Starfinder), so in terms of balance this would be strictly weaker than their ...
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Now that Monsters of the Multiverse is out, are variant Humans still relevant?

The power balance of Variant Human will always depend on the choice of feat. Variant Human cannot be said to be strong or weak until you’ve made a choice of feat. It is usually referred to as a ...
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Is this homebrew orc race close to balanced?

It's not that it's necessarily overpowered or game breaking, it just deviates from established conventions. This is usually a bad sign, especially when you have little experience with a system and no ...
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