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    Ehrshegh of Spelling Thelandrin's Avatar
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    I will get around to that then. I'm just come back from a week's holiday

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    Path Finder paladin's give me a hard on!!

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    I've been DMing a BR campaign with Pathfinder rules for months now, and haven't really "converted" anything, more I just altered things as I went along. Overall, there isn't too much of a difference, and the two work well together, although we made some changes to the PF rules (the paladin's smite evil became too ridiculous by mid to high level).

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    I've been playing in Pathfinder for a couple of months and I don't think it goes well with Birthright setting the way I see it. I see Birthright as realistic and equally focused on more things beside adventuring and combat. Pathfinder attempts to balance D&D for combat-heavy campaigns and simplify the rules a bit. It also makes the rules more fit for a computer game. It's not bad for its intended purpose but I'd stick with 3.5 edition for Birthirght.

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    Can someone send me an opened/editable copy of the BRCS I'd be willing to give it a shot. I'm a big fan of Birthright and played it way back when and created one of the first PBEM on he site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurel View Post
    Can someone send me an opened/editable copy of the BRCS I'd be willing to give it a shot. I'm a big fan of Birthright and played it way back when and created one of the first PBEM on he site.
    they are all in the download section of this site
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    I started work on the Paizo.com site.

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    Well, they're certainly extensive. I'll have to take a look in more detail.

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    You'd be surprised. I can make little differentations on how each of the Churches work. Pathfinder introduced Sub-domains for clerics, and while I was putting in subdomains for each god I realized that each of the Churches were either the direct result of schisms (like Haelyn's Churches or Avani's Churches -- lots of sects) or had different ways of expressing themselves, like Christianity did after 70 A.D.

    So I modeled each church into having their own subdomains from each god and goddess.
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    Elton, that's a cool way of putting it!

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