Why most people hate the scouting update.

2021.10.25 20:54 DryPineapple83 Why most people hate the scouting update.

I have a theory.
Most people don't like the scouting update because they cant go out and draft a first round player each round, therefore making it harder.
Shocker.
People also complain about it being to 'auto'. I agree with it but lets not act like the old scouting was just press the button 3 times and look at the 40 time.
Poeple cant draft the best players all the time now so they are upset.
If you put in the 5 minutes to manually fire and assign new scouts with the right position, to the right area, you will have some success with it.
🤯
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If the answer is still no then how much are you led by the name when researching and investing? And how much weight does it play over substance? Seems to me that the name for many is what reels them in and helps lead to investors getting scammed and rug pulled.
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2021.10.25 20:54 dwhite21787 [History] This Day in RUSH

1974 - Played the Grand Hall, Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, on the Rush Tour.
1975 - Played the Civic Center in Amarillo, Texas, on the Caress Of Steel Tour.
1977 - Played the Civic Center in Beaumont, Texas, on the A Farewell To Kings Tour.
1978 - Played the Arena in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, on the Hemispheres Tour.
1991 - 'Roll The Bones' was certified Gold by the RIAA. - Played the Copps Coliseum in Hamilton, Ontario, on the Roll The Bones Tour
1996 - Played the Palace in Auburn Hills, Michigan, on the Test For Echo Tour.
2002 - Played the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania, on the Vapor Trails Tour.
2007 - The 'Working Man/Petty Staycheck' medley by hardcore band Six & Violence was released on their 20 year anthology 'Bastards Of The Universe'.
2011 - The film 'Hunky Dory' premiered, about a teacher who stages a musical version of The Tempest with pop music from the 60's and 70's, including 'A Passage To Bangkok'.
2013 - A photo of Rush is seen on the wall during the bar scene on today's episode of 'The Carrie Diaries'.
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2021.10.25 20:54 tamrielo Why the small things add up, with math (Or: How to convince your players that support is good)

tl;dr at the bottom: surprise surprise, even the smallest buffs are a huge boost.
I like spreadsheets and math. Call it the occupational hazard of a games systems designer and tech industry manager. When working on game design, something I always keep in mind is that both math and feel are key, and messaging both is important. If something feels strong or weak, it's often irrelevant whether the math actually supports that, and if the math is more apparent, that alone can change the feeling. PF2 is fascinating because there are so many different build options, and sometimes there are really interesting and flavorful ones that can sing either because they feel really great or the math really works or some amount of both. Sometimes you run into weird holes in the math, where something conceptually interesting falls flat because you're spending a lot of effort (feats, actions, etc) to do or get something that you could get more easily via some other method.
I made a post recently mathing out bows vs guns, and it led to an interesting discussion where the suggestion was not that guns fell flat, but that in fact bows might be overtuned. It was an interesting take that I hadn't considered, and led to some friends and I running a bunch of numbers on bows vs other weapons. Could we evaluate whether bows are overtuned or guns undertuned? Can we work out the value of various traits to better understand the expected results, and determine whether, for example, Fatal really is better than Deadly? (Answer, for the curious: Yes, until you hit Greater Striking runes, at which point Deadly pulls far ahead thanks to better scaling).
We went through the usual mathematically-optimal suspects-- Fighters, Giant Barbarians, Flurry Rangers, etc-- everything you've seen a meme build post around for the best possible DPR. Largely not the most useful measure of anything, but it's valuable to look at the best case scenario as a benchmark, even if it's unrealistic. It's like physics problems with frictionless surfaces and perfectly spherical cows; understand the theoretical limits and then you can adjust for actual practical reality and what things might look like when you're actually around a table rolling dice.
Then we got to the Rogue and the Swashbuckler. That's a way more complicated question, since so much of those classes are leaning on various bonuses from different sources. Is the physics-problem-optimal rogue spending an action to gain flat-footed every round? Is it realistic if they aren't? What about their contribution to their flanking partner? The math gets messy, and complicated (and interesting!)
We expanded pretty quickly past the balance of bows vs guns (that math was pretty easy, honestly) and into the much stickier realm of melee combat. I use a three-round measure since that's a pretty average combat length and accounts for ramp-up time while also the possible perfect turn, and pretty quickly got into calculating in expected values for things like combat maneuvers, Fear, Bard buffs, etc.
Inspired somewhat by Killchrono's post here: https://www.reddit.com/Pathfinder2e/comments/qfhllu/treantmonks_guide_to_the_god_wizard_for_5e_has/, I was then curious how impactful some of those were on the output of the builds we'd already looked at.
We have, as an example of an unrealistically optimized pure-DPR character: a level 1 Giant Barbarian with maxed strength and a Greataxe, who doesn't need to move at all in combat and just Strikes for all possible actions every round against a target that they have a base 60% chance to hit against. The first round of the combat is Rage, everything else is a Strike (because, I guess, monsters just walk up to them, or maybe get lured in, it's a spherical cow, don't worry about it).
Baseline EV calculation: [hit chance - crit chance] * [weapon damage] + [crit chance] * [2 * weapon damage]

Giant Barbarian w/Greataxe, Level 1 60% base to-hit against target Total Damage per round
0 (Rage) 10.15 (Strike 1 EV) 5.8 (Strike 2 EV) 15.95
10.15 5.8 2.175 18.125
10.15 5.8 2.175 18.125
Total over 3 rounds: 52.2
Total EV for damage over 3 rounds: 52.2. It's a scary number, it's larger than anything else we've found thus far. By comparison, the level 1 Composite Longbow Flurry Ranger with 18 Dex and 14 Str sits at a tidy 31.075 and a pure STR monk using Flurry of Blows in TigeWolf Stance is at 39.95. It's a pretty big bump, mostly because that's The Thing You Do on the Giant Barbarian. But now let's say that Giant Barb has a rogue friend, who is setting up flanks. That rogue probably has to move more to set things up, because someone's got to either Tumble Through or spend the additional move(s) to get in position. It adds to their own damage, certainly, but we were interested in what it does to the Barb. What happens if that Barb is getting flat-footed?

Giant Barbarian w/Greataxe, Level 1 60% base to-hit against target, target is flat-footed Total Damage per round
0 (Rage) 13.05 (Strike 1 EV) 7.25 (Strike 2 EV) 15.95
13.05 7.25 3.625 18.125
13.05 7.25 3.625 18.125
Total over 3 rounds: 52.2

Total EV for the same level 1 Giant Barb against a flat-footed target: 68.15! That's a HUGE boost. 30% to be precise-- that Barb crushing into a target can attribute 30% of their damage output to the rogue that's just standing there providing flat-footed.
Maybe there's a wizard standing nearby, casting Fear. Fear is pretty great, but it's "only" a -1 to AC, ignoring the incoming damage reduction effects it has for the player who truly just cares about the Biggest Possible Numbers. 60.175 over 3 rounds, still 15% boost in damage. If that same Barbarian could get their hands on a theoretical d16 weapon instead of the d12 Greataxe, that would only bring up their 3-round EV to 59.4. Fear, on its own, is worth more than two dice size upgrades.
It's also worth noting that the third attack on any of this Barbarian's turns is pretty paltry-- a mere 2.175 EV without buffs, up to 3.6 on a flat-footed target, but never more than 10% of the EV. It's about a wash if the Barb uses an action every round to Demoralize rather than the third attack, and that's just for the Barb's personal damage, not counting in the attributable damage from everyone else.
Next time a player complains about "just a +1", point out that their +1, across the combat, is worth more than if they upgraded their weapon damage die twice. Spending that additional effort to flank? 30% damage boost in expected value.
In the spirit of the linked post, my most recent character started as an evocation wizard until I realized I could do so much more as an illusionist. I'm in a party with four other martials. I mathed all of them out, and over the course of a combat I not only contribute more damage (via attribution to my debuffs, like first-level Fear) to the party than I would just casting Fireball, I contribute more than if I could cast my highest-level nukes twice every round.
Toss a coin to your wizard, for damage a'plenty. Also, for the numbers enthusiasts in your groups:
Flat footed = 30% damage buff.
+1 to hit = 15% damage buff.
It's not a perfect shorthand to say that every +1 to hit is a 15% damage buff for anyone who benefits, but it sure it close (and notably, actually gets BETTER as it gets higher, because it increases crit rates to silly levels).
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