- Is there an actual Shifter race from a pathfinder source book?
Otherwise, that falls under homebrew and the question should be, how can I make a Shifter race (Which wouldn't be hard to be honest).
On 1/17/2014 11:08 PM, mat.cohen@... wrote:
Has anyone made an attempt at a conversion of the Shifter race for use within Pathfinder? Ideally someone with a finished dataset :)
- No there isn't. 3.5 closed content.There are however a couple of decent attempts to convert the race available online. I haven't decided which of these I prefer (probably a mish-mash of the first two sources below).https://sites.google.com/site/eberronpathfinder/conversion-info/races/shiftershttp://pf-eberron.wikidot.com/races:shifterhttp://eberron2pathfinder-conversion.wikia.com/wiki/Shifters_(by_DracoDruid)I'll make this my personal project to learn the lst. tags and structure. Nothing like jumping in the deep end...
- On 18/01/2014 09:01, Andrew wrote:
Is there an actual Shifter race from a pathfinder source book?
Pathfinder Player Companion: Blood Of The Moon has Skinwalker races - sort of half-Weres.
see also http://www.pathfindersrd.com/races/other-races/more-races/skinwalkers-10-rp
AFAICT the "Shifter" was a WotC 3.x race in closed content Eberron or 4e. If someone wants that specific version, then it would need to be a homebrew.
I'm not familiar with the WotC version, but skimming http://eberron.wikia.com/wiki/Shifter and comparing with the Pathfinder version, they are similar.
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I'm aware of Blood of the Moon. But I don't have the book so... I'll stick with the Eberron Shifter. I like the mechanics (which shouldn't be terribly difficult to code).
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