Pathfinder Kingmaker - Anyone else here played?

Victor
Level 3
1 year ago (edited)

The unique game that i played who allows you to assume an dragon form and summon an army. Unfortunately wings are not like on pnp due lack of verticality...



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1 year ago

End two times but is another type of games ...

Tactical Myzzrym
Level 14
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1 year ago

I sank more than 100 h in this game! But thanks the gods for the Turn Based mod, I wouldn't have been able to bear it otherwise. I'm having real trouble with RTwP :(

kanisatha
Level 7
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1 year ago

I backed P:K very enthusiastically. That game and PoE2 are my go-to cRPGs right now. Thank God at least a few studios are still making RTwP cRPGs. :)

DoudouTop
Level 3
1 year ago

More than 200h here!
Like Myzzrym, I had to wait for the turn-based mod to really enjoy the game.
It's a real slog after a certain level (12+), though. Encounters feel too much like LoL for my taste. 60 AC and +50 bonuses? I want my bounded accuracy back!

To be fair, the game was not intended to be played turn-based, and it's really enjoyable for at least 100h if you like Tabletop tactics and meaningful fights.

omegaphallic
Level 4
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1 year ago

 They coming out with a new Pathfinder CRPG, Wrath of the Righteous. It has all of the classes and races of PF: KM, plus Oracle and Witch, and new unnamed race. Possibly more as stretch goals when they do a Kickstarter for WotR. 

 Plus 6 Mythic Paths, Lich,  Angel,  Trickster (Fey), Demon. 


Tactical Myzzrym
Level 14
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1 year ago

Yea we're so excited about their next project! 

A large part of why I loved 3.5 was all the min-maxing and optimization you could do to get insane numbers. That being said, I kind of remembered why bounded accuracy was a thing in 5e after watching my spellcasters struggle to land a single hit with their crossbow (even at lower level).

Wormerine
Visitor
1 year ago

Yeah, need to get back to it. Finished the introduction (up to the point of getting the land to manage), and didn't manage to bring myself out.

So far combat has been frustratingly repetitive, though writing is what I struggled to fight my way through - I don't know if it's sarcastically selfaware, or just straight up bad.

The whole thing did have this junky charm to it though. Need to get back to it. 

Dem87
Visitor
1 year ago

Pathfinder kingmaker is a good.Although I've played recently after all bugs and balance issues were fixes.  Started with neutral good ranger, ended up with evil lawful monk/sorcerer after all kingdom business .

Looking forward to see if they can improve on next game

ralphrepo
Level 5
2 weeks ago

The game was great until it got into trying to manage government with the limited set of 'advisors' then it all fell apart for me. The game kept giving me administrative assignments that only one advisor was suited for, and requiring some insane amount of time to complete each assignment. Many of the possible assignments expired before my suitable advisor was available again. 

Either they need to chuck out this whole 'government' administration thing, or else make it so that advisors can actually finish a job in a day or so, instead of taking three weeks. Else, they need to give the player a whole cabinet of advisors or consultants to work with. But seriously? Running a kingdom wasn't what I played the game for. I was in it for the dungeon crawl.

silverblade
Level 6
1 week ago

It was decent but I just couldn’t deal with the kingdom management stuff. I just want to explore and kill monsters.

Yes you can set the kingdom on auto pilot but my personality won’t allow me to ignore a major component of a game.  

TomReneth
Level 9
1 day ago

I've never actually finished the game, so I've started an Eldritch Scoundrel character to give it another shot.

It starts out fun, but by the time enemies with Beguiling Aura becomes common I tend to get annoyed and lose interest. I'm pretty sure that ability is bugged in a way that makes it significantly more powerful than intended.


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