Also, hope you're not doing this indoors...that much damage will seriously harm inanimate objects in the area, pretty much disintegrating everything in a 10' bubble. Hope those weren't load bearing structures. You also have a good chance of annihilating your treasure...40+ saving throws means some 1s will be rolled, and then the enemies stuff takes 1000s of damage as well. Unattended stuff will just be gone. Your 5000+ points of damage is enough to destroy more than 100 feet of solid stone, so you end up carving out a hemispherical crater in the ground 10 feet deep as well.
There are various levels of benefit. For just $1 you get almost everything you need to start playing Pathfinder. The next two tiers, $15, and the average ($17.23 as of February 24th), open up an amazing amount of additional material.
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In broad strokes, Zombie Planet's top RPG list looks about the same as last year. The Pathfinder RPG tops the list, but after #1 it shares the top ranks with D&D 4e. Both Savage Worlds and Eden Studios' own All Flesh Must Be Eaten also make appearances. More broadly, these top game lines mainly sell their couple of core books and the newest releases. Thus, Pathfinder's excellent Advanced Player's Guide (2010) is surprisingly missing from the list, as are older D&D4e books like Player's Handbook 2 (2009) and 3 (2010) and almost everything from the Essentials line. It really underlines how frontlist the business is nowadays.
For a while, there was a particular narrative about the decline of Final Fantasy and its loss of international impact compared to the times of PlayStation. Installments such as the XIII or XV were also not considered at the level of the saga's peaks, contributing to this feeling. But a particular change of trend is noticeable: the Final Fantasy VII remake has been a success that has restored prestige to the franchise, and Final Fantasy XIV, despite being an MMO, has become a great standard-bearer for everything the franchise represents. Now, its development team is responsible for repeating this feat in an "offline" installment that redraws the present and future of the saga. A lot of responsibility, but in good hands and with an increasingly promising aspect.
After almost having it at our thumbs in 2022, where it had a concrete release date and everything, a delay took Starfield to the "first half of 2023". And the truth is that they are quite reserved with the information and public exposure of the game, considering that it is the first major RPG "offline" since the launch in 2015 of Fallout 4, that there is a huge interest in seeing how Bethesda's main studio makes the leap to the new generation and how the studio behind Skyrim has evolved at a technological and creative level this time. It will be one of the great role-playing events of the year without a doubt. 2b1af7f3a8