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Omsi 2 Addon Vienna Line 23A 2006 – Line 24A Kagran – Neusling (PC). 1057 views1 thousand views. December 4th. Ratings: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 Omsi 2 – OMSI 2: route No 1 Kassel – Augsburg. Description: This route is the longest for the OMSI 2 version of the game. It includes five stops: the first stop is the city of Kassel, the second stop is the town of Kampen, and the third is the town of Augsburg.
And at the fourth and fifth stops, respectively, are the towns of Hurgesheim and Rheinsberg.
The route was implemented using the 2006 Vienna Line 23A add-on.
I’ve been playing around with it for quite some time now.
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What are the benefits of using a single pathfinder slot in a party?
The Pathfinder rules specifically state that the party has to have a “fourth or fifth” character as a “pathfinder.”
But what are the benefits of having a party where they are using a single pathfinder slot? This is especially important if they have no other pathfinder or caster, as the rulebook clearly states that pathfinders and casters should be used in pairs.
In situations where a party only has one single pathfinder slot, is there any advantage to having the party give him a temporary boost to Constitution? I.e., if a party only had one pathfinder, should they make him a Keeper of Nature to give him a bonus to Constitution that boosts his Wisdom?
Pathfinder Monster Power gives a +2 to Constitution for all allies within 60 feet when using it, which would be more beneficial to having an ally that has Constitution to begin with (assuming they have no other Constitution score).
My understanding of the rules is that you can use a pathfinder in a party of any size, and the pathfinder only needs a fourth or fifth character to be useful. Beyond that, they provide no guidance for the party size; we just have to use our best judgement.
In my experience, having a party with a single pathfinder is fine as long as you are prepared to flex in the situation. The most obvious is situational healing. If you get a brilliant idea for how to heal the party based on the room and NPC situation, and your pathfinder is the only one there, then by all means do it. That said, don’t expect to use this skill if something goes wrong and your multi-classed friends aren’t there to help you.
One of the more pragmatic reasons why I’ve used a single pathfinder is to prevent other skills from being wasted when there is nothing to gain from them. Take Stone Skin or Enlarge/Reduce, for instance. If you know you’ll be fighting a group of fighters and you are the only pathfinder in the party, then it’s a waste of your skill points to spend them