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Mythic 2e

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Give your players a mythic boost with Mythic 2nd edition!

This  70 page conversion contains all mythic feats and paths, Archmage, Warrior (Champion), Guardian, Heirophant, Marshal, and Trickster. This pdf includes all 6 mythic paths and almost 400 mythic feats, features, and abilities and is phone scrolling friendly.

If you enjoyed Mythic in 1e you'll love the unique abilities again in this conversion revamped for Pathfinder 2nd Edition.

Leave an honest review! This has been a passion project for some time and my players have fallen in love with mythic 2e so I'm always looking for ways to make this project better.

Have fun in mythic!

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Brian W April 14, 2022 1:18 pm UTC
Surprised there is no table of contents in thr preview. Do you have on I could look over before deciding whether or not to purchase?
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Nathan S April 14, 2022 6:32 pm UTC
Thanks for the input Brian W!

Updated with table of contents
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Hitoshi N March 15, 2022 12:25 am UTC
It has been a very enjoyable read so far, but I would ask for a bit of clarification on a couple of feats.

Mythic Focus states that "As a mythic character your maximum focus point pool can increase beyond 3".
- Is said increase limited to the increases for the feature itself (those listed at odd tier levels) and other mythic feats such as "Extra Focus" or does it include class feats that increase the focus pool as well but are normally limited to 3?

The ability "Spellcasting" listed under the Artifact Ability "Intelligent Abilities" specifies the Spell DC for spells cast with the Artifact.
- What would be the spell attack roll?

Divine Source is an interesting one. It would allow any character to gain access to a spell list.
- What would be the spell DC and spell attack roll for those spells? Would it be something like the "Spellcasting" ability under "Intelligent Abilities"?
- The feat...See more
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Nathan S March 16, 2022 7:39 pm UTC
Hey Hitoshi N.

Thanks for trying out Mythic 2e, you had some great questions so I added some updates.

Mythic Focus has been updated to add clarity. 3 of your focus points can come from non mythic sources. Increase beyond 3 can only come from mythic feats, abilities, and features.

Artifact Spellcasting has been updated to allow intelligent artifacts to cast spells, that just kind of makes sense, not sure what I was thinking restricting their ability to cast spells. Added calculation for the artifacts attack roll.

Divine Source has been updated to include calculations for spell DC and spell attack rolls. All spells cast with the Divine Source ability happen immediately as the 3 action activity is complete. Updated wording to emphasize that.

Updated wording "By expending a focus point as a three action activity you can cast one of the spells from your domains or a spell from your list with a level equal to or less than your tier, and heightened...See more
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Hitoshi N March 16, 2022 11:57 pm UTC
Hey Nathan S

Thanks for the update!

Keep up the great work
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Hitoshi N March 17, 2022 10:28 pm UTC
Hey, I was re-reading part of the book and found a couple of minor errors.

- The last line of Mythic Focus isn't visible. I believe it says "focus point"
- Under the Slayer's Cyclone feat, it says 0 Actions but the text specifies 3 actions. The square also isn't colored red.

There were also some other things that I wanted to ask.
Slayer's Cyclone works very similar to the Path of iron feat (Martial Artist 14). Path of Iron may be used only once per minute, but it specifies that you don't provoke reactions on movement, allows 3 strides and only 3 hits.
- Does the movement for Slayer's Cyclone normally provoke Attacks of Opportunity? Meaning, is the feat "Mobility" required to use this feat safely? Most rogues would get "Mobility" anyways, but it would cut the movement distance in half

Also, for Divine Source I have another question
- Does the 3 action activity to manifest a spell have any traits such as verbal, somatic,...See more
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Nathan S March 18, 2022 1:07 am UTC
Hey Hitoshi N.

Mythic Focus: Fixed the line, thanks for pointing that out.

Slayer's Cyclone: Fixed the action box. As for avoiding attacks of opportunity you can use Defensive Movement as a free action with a focus point to not trigger reactions in general, like attack of opportunity.

The activity doesn't have any traits and the spell activates as a free action so it doesn't provoke attack of opportunity.

Updated actions with pf2 symbols.

Thanks for the link, I have considered converting this a second time (the original was very different) but I like the way it looks for now, its extremly phone friendly and doesn't look bad on a computer either. I may change my mind later, thanks for the link.

Thanks again Hitoshi! Let me know if you have any other recommendations.
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Hitoshi N March 22, 2022 5:49 am UTC
Should Armor Master's uncapping of dex bonus also apply to Explorer's Clothing? (essentially, to being unarmored regardless of items equipped, such as Bracers of Armor or clothes in which one would affix runes)

Even though Explorer's Clothing is an armor under the category "unarmored" it still has a dex cap of +5. This is useful mainly to monks, however being the only martial class without access to an increase to AC would make them fall well behind in terms of defenses. Somewhat ironic since monks usually boast relatively high defenses, while canonically they commonly take up tiers in guardian.
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Cristian M March 14, 2022 9:14 pm UTC
This seems very interesting, however, I never got a chance to play 1e. Can you provide me with some examples on how to provide these? (There's very little documentation on this, or that I am able to locate)
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Nathan S March 16, 2022 7:51 pm UTC
Hey Cristian M!

You are in luck! No knowledge of 1st edition is necessary to add Mythic 2e to your campaign.

On the second page under Glossary the terms Ascension, Mythic Tier, and Mythic Trial explain how to narratively and mechanically apply these rules to your campaign.

If you have any specific questions please post them here and I'll be happy to help you out!
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Shan J March 11, 2022 6:53 am UTC
really enjoying what I'm reading so far, but please, please, include bookmarks. some of the language is a little weird (I saw a reference to rolling with advantage ((Crafting Mastery, Tier 1), which doesn't have a mechanical application within PF2e, although one assumes a 5e fan would know what it meant, so If you're going to use "Advantage" as a mechanic? I'd add in an explanation within the text for folks who don't play 5e.

some of the mechanics feel all over the place, but this is a great effort.

with a bit of mechanical tuning? This would be the Go-To Mythic guide. At least from what I've read so far. Keep it up.
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Nathan S March 14, 2022 3:37 pm UTC
Thanks for the review Shan J!

Thank you for pointing out the "Advantage" wording, definitely a typo and it has been updated.

If you notice any more typos definitely let me know, thanks for the love, I'm always open to fine tuning requests and update this document weekly. You're awesome, keep pathfinding!
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Tilo B January 19, 2022 6:51 am UTC
I like the thoroughness in implementing the mechanics of mythic. The additional feats are very cool, and have a great mythic play feel.

The power boost is ridiculous, however. Adding +5 to your proficiency means you're essentially 3 levels ahead. And that's just the first ability. I don't think massiv boosts in numbers are a great fit for Pathfinder second edition.

Also, while the layout is pretty, it really confuses me. How do I know what a mythic feat is, and what's a feature? Surge in the table probably means Mythic Surge? Why is the Champion called like the class, that seems unfortunate ("I'm a champion champion!"). I think the layout needs another editing pass, as well as some clarity in displaying information. More subgroupings for the destinies, for one.
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Nathan S January 19, 2022 6:04 pm UTC
Hey thanks for checking out my conversion Alarion I!

These are some great questions so I'll try to address them individually.

Power Boost
I was on the fence for a long time about the kind of power boost I wanted to add to Mythic 2e. Ultimately a character that has gained 20lvls and 10 mythic tiers will be CR25 equivalent, in other words CR equal to the strongest enemy currently available to fight in pathfinder 2e (Treerazer). This reminds me that I should add a section to the bottom about gaining mythic tiers, (I'll add that to the update list). Ultimately a character with a few mythic tiers should stand a better chance at hitting the AC and overcoming the saves of higher level enemies. To keep a good balance I would consider the Mythic players characters to be functionally 1 level higher per 2 mythic tiers when designing encounters. If you plan on taking a party all the way to Mythic 10 lvl 20 I would recommend designing some truly mythic encounters for such heroes, on par with...See more
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Nathan S January 19, 2022 7:09 pm UTC
Mythic 2e has been updated

Removed proficiency increase per tier

Fixed Mythic General Feat section to include Feat trait as a descriptor for clarity

Changed Champion mythic path to Warrior

Thanks for your input Alarion I. Let me know if you have any other suggestions!

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Avery O February 06, 2022 3:58 pm UTC
You would be much better off using a similar format to the official books, as it's still hard to tell what you're looking at. Adding hearings would help, and not making everything look the same would also help, regardless of what traits you give, since there is no such thing as a Feat or Feature trait/tag in the official material
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Nathan S February 09, 2022 8:30 pm UTC
Hey Avery O

Thanks for the input! I have reformatted the entire document for clarity. The traits were confusing so I fixed them. Let me know what you think and thanks for your support!
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Hitoshi N March 17, 2022 10:34 pm UTC
Hey Nathan S,

If you wanted to undergo the lengthy process of reformatting your book, I would recommend this online tool to nail the look of the Pathfinder 2e books: Scribe Tool - PF2 Tools
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