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Cards for Everybody: Core Cleric Deck


I’m so excited to finally unveil the next in my line of Feat Cards! The Cards for Everybody line is near and dear to my heart, using cards to help sculpt the builds you might have read right here! There are so many fun uses for this product, and I’d love to add more to the list to make the most out of my cards.

You can read more about the product and even order your own deck on Drive Thru RPG. The cards themselves contain every fighter class feat, feature and multiclass feat, plus two bonus tracker cards. There will be new classes released soon, and the more we sell the more likely we are to continue the line through the Core Rulebook and beyond!… Read the rest

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Announcement: Fox’s Cunning

As of today I’m officially a staff blogger at the Know Direction Network! Look out for my segment Fox’s Cunning, where I’ll be posting about all the best of Second Edition. For more information, please see the appropriate News Post.

What does that mean for Kitsune Mori?

Well, I’ll still post my random musings and rants here when they come up. Random builds too. Any and all 1e material will still be posted here. And I’ll be linking to each of my Know Direction articles. I’m also going to spend more time linking to some neat content as I find it across the intertubes. For now, I’ll leave you with this incredible student project I found. Looks like a pretty cool setting for Pathfinder, wouldn’t it?… Read the rest

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New Horizons: Lost Omens Character Guide

I’m so happy to be in on the ground floor of Second Edition. I’ll admit, it was cool finding overlooked feats from old books back in First Edition, given I was stuck with 3.5 until 2013. But being able to watch and even document a system’s evolution is a blessing as both a Gamemaster and Designer. Last week I got a hold of Lost Omens Character Guide! But in lieu of a traditional review, I’ve decided to instead look at everything the book gives us as “sanctioned” tools for third party developers and designers.

Now this is not necessarily an all-inclusive list of innovations, given every new rules option in a book is theoretically a “first”. I’m sure there are things you feel should be included that didn’t excite me, not to mention things I could have just missed.… Read the rest

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Guest Blog Takeover @ KnowDirection

I know things have been quiet, but I didn’t want to let it leak that I’ve been plotting the take over of Know Direction! Head on over and check out my thoughts on the Downtime System, and feel free to share the page on your favorite social media account, comment or what have you using the Know Direction in lieu of your normal foxy blog. Your regularly unscheduled content will resume next week!

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Handy Haversack: Lost Omens World Guide Archetypes

The Lost Omens World Guide is here! The book is a must-buy for anyone campaigning in the core campaign setting, and the map that comes with it is a handsome addition to any gaming den or shop looking to help give players a frame of reference for their adventures. But the most exciting mechanical part of the book by far are the ten archetypes!

Each archetype in the book is viable for almost any class in core! One of the archetypes does require shield block, another expert training in unarmed attacks, and a third requires focus spells. But even if you’re playing a class that never gets focus spells, you can always find a second dedication that does to help qualify!… Read the rest

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Don’t be Afraid of Paizo-Con!

Special Thanks toTonya Woldridge for the tour and Steven Coling for the amazing convention experience!

After dozens of conventions across the world I can’t help but admit Paizocon 2019 was easily my most successful. And now that I’m 100% recovered from my experience, I’d love to share what I learned.

1. Don’t be Afraid of Imposter Syndrome

If your looking to break into the industry, there is no better place than Paizocon. But it can feel overwhelming standing in the reach of so many giants. And while I was able to swallow my fear, even sitting in the lobby amidst titans like Owen K.C. Stephens, Mark Seifter & Alex Augunas, it wasn’t until days after the convention when an anonymous writer I’d played with managed to take a nagging feeling I had and sculpt it succinctly into a shiny nugget of truth.… Read the rest

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Handy Haversack: Seven Trinkets

Have some extra gold in your purse? You’d be surprised how little can stand between you and that second Prestige Point. I’m blessed to come from a lodge where our Venture-Captain reguarly resolves entire encounters with a single offbeat item. And I’m going to try to share as many of them as I can, in conveniant clumps of ten! Some of these are rare gems. Others I’m using to showcase uses or builds. And some are items so near and dear to my heart that I just can’t resist giving a sales pitch.

Dream Journal of the Pallid Seer

For 600 GP you get to reroll a lethal save, or force an enemy to reroll a lethal attack. This does require a scenario with travel time, or some other way to deal with fatigue.… Read the rest

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