Taking a break from the previous postings on the character creation for playtesting, as that’s a boring subject matter that most people won’t care about anyway. :)
My current Pathfinder/D&D Hybrid game is drawing to a close soon (probably this month) and, as usual, I’m charged with figuring out just what the hell is going on in that campaign world.
.. let me step back a couple of moments and explain with this post. My campaign universe for Pathfinder is known for subverting, crushing, and utterly destroying the trope of Status Quo Is God. At least one major event per campaign in that universe changes the course of everything, and it isn’t usually intentional. As a result, I have a campaign universe where the phrase “Always Alignment” means nothing, a major group of devils and demons are chaotic good native outsiders, the average lifespan of a deity is slightly below that of an elf, there is an entire race of people with a (totally justified) abject fear of magic, and there are giant holes in the campaign world where battles have rendered the nearby area inhospitable to life.
Oh yeah, and did I mention that almost all of these were caused by player actions?