The Eyes Have It

The horrors of the mountain tomb begin to come into focus as the heroes parlay with a visionary cyclops and her necromantic cohort in a chapel dedicated to Urgathoa.

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I have the utmost respect and love for all you guys and have major respect for you guys going full time with this. I’m in it for the long haul and will keep on supporting you through all your endeavours. You guys are the best at what you do and I don’t think I’ve heard a RP podcast with as much energy, passion and banter as you guys do. I wish you all the best with keeping the business up and look forward to seeing what you’ve got planned for the future. We’re having fun guys!


This is very exciting news! I’m glad to have been a part of your success, and I’m eager to see what happens in the future. Best $5/month I’ve ever spent. I wanna see the Glass Cannon Network take over the world!

By the by, I’m halfway to a degree in Digital Cinema. Maybe someday I can help you guys out with camera and streaming stuff. 🙂


So happy for you guys! Very excited to see what you all have in store for us.


I’m not sure if I’m right on this, but just looking things through – Incorporeal creatures are immune to critical hits unless the weapon has Ghost touch, which I assume a touch attach does not have… The incorporeal(ex) rule also states that an incorporeal creature always takes half damage (even with spells) from a corporeal source. Honestly asking just for clarification, am I reading the rules wrong here?

Daniel Bauer

The spell dust form says “You are also considered incorporeal, though any nonmagical attack you make deals half damage (50%). Magic attacks are unaffected, and you can still use your magic items and other equipment as normal.” Since a spell is a magical attack it would apply normally. In pathfinder you always use the specific over the general. So this spell makes specific changes to being incorporeal. Meaning the crit can go through. Besides that point it is a polymorph effect, as is wildshape. So his dust form ended as soon as he wildshaped as per the magic rules under… Read more »

David Whitten

Joe! Love to hear about your new role – congratulations! Can’t wait for the changes