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Easter Egg:

Ground floor of your tavern, north-western most character. Says doesn't feel well. Keep clicking. :)

Fairy Dragon comes out.

I don't have this installed right now, but are you saying that there's

An Alien movie Easter egg in the game?
 

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Well...

the whole chapter with people bursting monsters from seeds that are in the water is probably an inspiration from that. But I feel the fairy dragon is foreshadowing to the real dragons you'll face later.

I really don't know. I may be a bit too smooth brained for what exactly this is. But I found it by accident, and I thought it's interesting.
 

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Owlcat has managed to divide a prime number by 2 in N. This has got to be the groundbreaking. Every math publication out there needs to know!

Russian math strikes again.jpg
 

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Insert Title Here Pathfinder: Kingmaker
Multiplying by two and getting an odd number is very hard. Only vatniks can do such math.
 

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The shadow probably has a static bonus to that roll that isn't being shown, calm down
 

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Pathfinder SRD said:
Sometimes you multiply damage by some factor, such as on a critical hit. Roll the damage (with all modifiers) multiple times and total the results.

https://www.d20pfsrd.com/gamemastering/combat/

I'm saying that's how it works in game, would not be the first time that they fucked up P&P rule.

The shadow probably has a static bonus to that roll that isn't being shown, calm down

No, it's because it's a crit
 

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Pathfinder SRD said:
Sometimes you multiply damage by some factor, such as on a critical hit. Roll the damage (with all modifiers) multiple times and total the results.

https://www.d20pfsrd.com/gamemastering/combat/

I'm saying that's how it works in game, would not be the first time that they fucked up P&P rule.

I know, I was just confirming that this is indeed RAW. Just like in 3.5. This has been the case since AD&D (which was the first edition to have rules for criticals - it also had an optional rule that crits gave extra attacks instead of dealing additional damage).

It’s a widespread misnomer (also among P&P players, despite rusty’s poke at the ‘dex) that you multiply on a critical hit rather than roll the damage again.
 
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2D6 cannot produce a 7, guys. It's just a hidden static bonus

Edit: I meant 2*D6 but ok
 
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Is there any fix for characters that have their casting attribute buffed by items continually losing the extra memorized spell slots?
 

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Is there any fix for characters that have their casting attribute buffed by items continually losing the extra memorized spell slots?
Backup saves, and delete game directory. Half year later when you'd be in self-punishing mood again, install new version and hope they fixed it already.
 

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I meant 2 multiplied by a D6 but ok now I see your point, it's odd that a crit would be resolved that way though
 
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