Pathfinding: Samus Aran, Golarion Bounty Hunter. First, let me start out by saying that the last Pathfinding article was a curious hit among new readers.
Specifically, people have been finding us rather by accident: Humorously enough, part of our name ("everyone dies") is apparently a big keyword that people search for when trying to learn more about Mass Effect 3. But enough about that; Today, I'm Pathfinding the heroine from the ever-popular Nintendo franchise Metroid - Samus Aran. (continued after the jump) Samus Aran When constructing any of the characters for the Pathfinding series, I try and heavily consider what about the subject matter is most iconic.
But Samus isn't always a super-soldier. So let's take a look at our goals: The first thing that sprang to mind when considering these goals was the fact that the Synthesist (A Summoner archetype from Ultimate Magic) is a Summoner that fuses herself with her Eidolon rather than summoning it to her side. Giving Samus feats to use firearms makes sense. Samus Aran, Varia Suit CR 11. The most powerful character. EVER. > d20 Character Optimization. Here is the example build I promised over on this thread: Incentive to Play a Kobold The Manipulate Form ability is explained here, operating under the Fair Use clause.
Manipulate Form At will, a sarrukh can modify the form of any Scaled One native to Toril, except for aquatic and undead creatures. With a successful touch attack, it can cause one alteration of its choice in the target creature's body. The target falls unconcious for 2d4 rounds due to the shock of changing form. A successful DC 22 Fortitude dave negates both the change and the unconciousness. Behold Pun-Pun, the mighty kobold. Ascension is now achievable (and has been for years... sorry) at level 1. 1.
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