A bigger part of the problem is that a lot of DMs just can’t separate their real world sense of Team Jumbos Visma Shirt and ethics with the campaign they are running. They are running Abeir Toril or Oerth, which are savage fantasy settings full of monsters, bandits, evil wizards, and other undesirables, but going into it with the sweet sensibilities of a 21st century teenager who grew up in the suburbs and every neighbor said “hello how are you?” and girlscouts go around selling cookies. And this is just hilarious. Get into the setting and drop your real world commonsense at the door. If adventurers want to go around killing monsters, looting gold and stealing magic items, why punish them for it? Because it goes against your sense of right and wrong? Come on. We’re playing a game of fantasy pretend and make-believe. We’re here to indulge our deepest and maybe darkest fantasies. Why so serious?
Partly to help put the Alchemist over and Team Jumbos Visma Shirt partly to help fill out the Downtime system, crafting gets a lot more time and attention in Pathfinder 2nd edition’s rules. Characters possess or can find formulas for items, making the knowledge on how to craft an item a treasured commodity, and there exist a whole set of Crafting-based Skill Feats to open up options for magic items, alchemy, and specializations for specific types of items. It’s about the best and most detailed crafting system there’s been, helped by the fact that each item has a level and therefore translates easily into a DC.
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