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    Senior Member Stratagemini's Avatar
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    I mean, I love Owlcat? But Testing prior to release wasn't one of their big successes in Kingmaker. I'm sure that anything that needs testing will get done eventually. but that could be a year after release. So... That makes me worried.

    I still want Mythic though.

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    I would love to see more distinct playable races: dhampirs, geniekin and ratfolk being super high on my list. Also, thriae, but that's rather unlikely all things considered.

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    I like feeling powerful so bring on the mythic rules.

    I'd also like to address the comment about carrying over rules from previous games it might be interesting doing kingdom building as you conquer the worldwound.

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    what are the mythic rules btw? if i might ask? I'm familiar with dnd rule set from back down to 2e but this game was my first foray into pathfinder. Also that's a nifty idea Senko.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallowedblood367@gmail.com View Post
    what are the mythic rules btw? if i might ask? I'm familiar with dnd rule set from back down to 2e but this game was my first foray into pathfinder. Also that's a nifty idea Senko.
    So Mythic rules are Pathfinders answer to Epic. Instead of additional levels after 20, Mythic is a parallel level system of 10 levels which are called tiers that you get for completing Mythic feats. Feats as in tasks. There are six paths that you can follow, each one granting your character a lot of power and the ability to ignore or change certain rules. Letting you do things like go twice in a single round of combat, for instance. The rules are actually kind of complex, but the big thing is that they make your character a lot more powerful than a character of that level would be. And more importantly Mystic rules can be applied to enemies as well. So for instance a crocodile can become a Mythic crocodile and instead of being a challenge for a 3rd level party can be a challenge for a 7th level party.

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    It also has a whole slew of really fun abilities that are not normally seen like not needing a physical spellbook to memorize spells as a wizard, fly through space, create your own pocket dimension, grant divine spells to your worshipers and my personal favorites not needing to eat/drink/sleep/breathe (multiple abilities there).

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    ah thank you, that sounds interesting and fun.

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