Critical Hit Pathfinder Real Play Podcast

In this installment of Critical Hit – A Major Spoilers Podcast: Hallucinations and love songs are the name of the game when it comes to romance in Redemption. (We edited out the love songs for your sanity.)

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  1. The Queen's Obedient Cousin on

    Taking an action in the middle of combat to get bullets to Brian’s character is yet another reason Rodrigo is my RPG hero. In this case, it seems like it’s not so much “I want the Judge to do more damage” as “I want to make sure Brian is having fun and getting to participate.” Which is something good GMs do, but seeing Rodrigo do it as a player as well just makes me wish everyone I played with was this supportive and aware of other people at the table.

  2. Can’t say I’m a fan of the whole confirm the critical nonsense. It just seems like an arbitrary rule. I mean, crits aren’t terribly common anyway.

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