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Simple Pizza Sauce

Simple Pizza Sauce

Ingredients for Simple Pizza Sauce for ~4 Pizzas:

  • 1 Packet/Can Tomato Pieces
  • **1 Tablespoon **Olive Oil
  • 1 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1-2 Teaspoon Oregano
  • 1-2 chopped Garlic Gloves
  • Pepper
  • optionally Chili Powder or chopped Chilies

Add all ingredients into a pot and heat it until the sauce starts to cook. Leave the sauce simmering for approx. 30 minutes with the cover on but not closing the pot completely. The sauce is ready once most of the water is evaporated. If you don’t like your sauce chunky use a mixer to create a smooth sauce.

Simple Pizza Dough

Ingredients for 1 Pizza:

  • 175 g Flour
  • 100 ml Water
  • ¼ Yeast Cube or  ½ Packet Dry Yeast
  • 1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt

Mix flour and salt and dissolve yeast in water. Add water and oil to the flour and knead it until the dough is smooth. Let the dough rest for at least 30 minutes, better overnight in the refrigerator.

Pathfinder Character: Gnome Illusionist

This character is the result of severals campaigns. He started at level 6 and was recently retired at level 11, when we decided to start with new characters and new adventures. As a result his equipment is a bit arbitrary and worth more than allowed when constructing a new level 11 character. He has the craft wondrous items feat, which would allow to create his equipment for a lower price.

Name: Blimmderox Rattlezak

Race: Gnome

Class: Wizard/11

Ability Scores

Raw: STR: 5 DEX: 14 CON: 15 INT: 20 WIS: 8 CHA: 13

Equipped: STR: 5 DEX: 16 CON: 15 INT: 26 WIS: 8 CHA: 13

(Point Buy 20: STR: 7 DEX: 14 CON: 13 INT: 18 WIS: 8 CHA: 11, +2 CON/CHA -2 STR Race Bonus, +2 INT from level 4+8)


Hit Points: 11D6 + 33

Initiative: 11

Reflex: 6 Fortitude: 5 Willpower: 6

Armor Class: 20 Touch: 16 Flat-footed: 17

CMB: 1 CMD: 14

Quaterstaff: Attacks: +2 Damage: 1d4-3 Crit: 20/x2

Ranged Attacks: Attacks: +8


(6 regular + 2 wizard bonus + Scribe Scroll)


  • Reactionary: You were bullied often as a child, but never quite developed an offensive response. Instead, you became adept at anticipating sudden attacks and reacting to danger quickly. You gain a +2 trait bonus on Initiative checks.
  • Fidgety: +2 Initiative (can’t find the English name, but it’s from Gnomes of Golarion)

Illusion School

Forbidden Schools: Necromancy, Divination

Extended Illusions: Any illusion spell you cast with a duration of “concentration” lasts a number of additional rounds equal to 1/2 your wizard level after you stop maintaining concentration (minimum +1 round). At 20th level, you can make one illusion spell with a duration of “concentration” become permanent. You can have no more than one illusion made permanent in this way at one time. If you designate another illusion as permanent, the previous permanent illusion ends.

Blinding Ray: As a standard action you can fire a shimmering ray at any foe within 30 feet as a ranged touch attack. The ray causes creatures to be blindedfor 1 round. Creatures with more Hit Dice than your wizard level are dazzled for 1 round instead. You can use this ability a number of times per day equal to 3 + your Intelligence modifier.

Invisibility Field: At 8th level, you can make yourself invisible as a swift action for a number of rounds per day equal to your wizard level. These rounds do not need to be consecutive. This otherwise functions as greater invisibility.

Gnome Traits

  • Small: Gnomes are Small creatures and gain a +1 size bonus to their AC, a +1 size bonus on attack rolls, a –1 penalty to their Combat Maneuver Bonus and Combat Maneuver Defense, and a +4 size bonus on Stealth checks.
  • Slow Speed: Gnomes have a base speed of 20 feet.
  • Low-Light Vision: Gnomes can see twice as far as humans in conditions of dim light.
  • Illusion Resistance: Gnomes gain a +2 racial saving throw bonus against illusion spells and effects.
  • Gnome Magic: Gnomes add +1 to the DC of any saving throws against illusion spells that they cast. Gnomes with Charisma scores of 11 or higher also gain the following spell-like abilities: 1/day—dancing lights, ghost sound, prestidigitation, and speak with animals. The caster level for these effects is equal to the gnome’s level. The DC for these spells is equal to 10 + the spell’s level + the gnome’s Charisma modifier.
  • Gift of Tongues: Gnomes love languages and learning about those they meet. Gnomes with this racial trait gain a +1 bonus on Bluff and Diplomacy checks, and they learn one additional language every time they put a rank in the Linguistics skill. This racial trait replaces defensive training and hatred.
  • Obsessive: Gnomes receive a +2 racial bonus on a Craft or Profession skill of their choice.


(82000 GP at level 10, crafting allows to spend up to 164000)

As this character is the result of multiple campaigns. It acquired gear worth 106800 gp, mainly by crafting the more expensive items.

  • Headband of vast intelligence +6 (36000) – +6 Intelligence
  • Hat of disguise (1800) – This apparently normal hat allows its wearer to alter her appearance as with a disguise self spell.
  • Cloak of displacement, minor (24000) – This displacement works similar to the blur spell, granting a 20% miss chance on attacks against the wearer. It functions continually.
  • Amulet of natural armor +1 (2000) – +1 Natural Armor
  • Lenses of detection (3500) – These circular prisms let their wearer detect minute details, gaining a +5 competence bonus on Perception checks. It also aids in tracking, adding a +5 competence bonus on Survival checks when tracking.
  • Snakeskin tunic (8000) – A snakeskin tunic is a tight, form-fitting shirt crafted from the scales of a giant snake. When worn, it grants a +1 armor bonus to AC, a +2 enhancement bonus to Dexterity, and a +2 resistance bonus on saving throws against poison.
  • Bracers of armor +3 (9000) – +3 armor bonus
  • Verdant boots (12000) – The wearer of these boots can, on command three times per day, cause her current square to sprout a thick canopy of fruit-bearing or otherwise edible plants. These plants count as difficult terrain and grant cover to any Medium or smaller creature within the square. They also provide enough food to sustain two Medium creatures for 1 full day. While the plants can grow on surfaces that would not normally support vegetation such as a wooden floor or cave stone, they cannot sprout on surfaces explicitly hostile to vegetation. The plants are usually of a sort common to the terrain or climate of the area in which they were produced. They disappear after 24 hours or when completely harvested, whichever comes first.
  • Ring of sustenance (2500) – This ring continually provides its wearer with life-sustaining nourishment. The ring also refreshes the body and mind; its wearer only needs to sleep 2 hours per day to gain the benefit of 8 hours of sleep. This allows a spellcaster that requires rest to prepare spells to do so after only 2 hours, but does not allow a spellcaster to prepare spells more than once per day. The ring must be worn for a full week before it begins to work. If it is removed, the owner must wear it for another week to reattune it to himself.
  • Ring of protection +2(8000) – his ring offers continual magical protection in the form of a deflection bonus of +2 AC
  • Quaterstaff


(ranks only, 3 skills maxed by headband, 7 ranks per level)

Skill Rank Total
Knowledge (dungeoneering) 11 22
Perception 11 18
Knowledge (arcana) 11 22
Spellcraft 11 22
Bluff 11 12
Stealth 11 18
Knowledge (planes) 9 20
Disguise 9 10
Craft(Sculpting) 7 20
Linguistics 5 16
Fly 4 10
Knowledge (nature) 4 16
Knowledge (nobility) 1 13
Knowledge (engineering) 1 13
Knowledge (religion) 1 13
Knowledge (geography) 1 13
Knowledge (history) 1 13
Knowledge (local) 1 13

Situational Bonus:

  • +10 Disguise when using Hat of Disguise
  • +2 resistance bonus on saving throws against poison
  • +2 racial saving throw bonus against illusion spells and effects.


Level 1

Level 2


Level 3

Level 4

Level 5

Level 6



Ghost Sound – The Ultimate Utility

Ghost Sound is one of my favorite spells. It’s a great utility spell, that can be really powerful in many situations. It can be used in combat as well as in role playing.

Ghost Sound is a level 0 illusion spell available to bards, sorcerer and wizards. Gnome Magic allows gnomes to use Ghost Sound once per day as a spell like ability. It last 1 round per caster level and produces as much noise as 4 humans per caster level. The produced sound can be virtually anything.

The usage of Ghost Sound always depends on the situation. In combat it can be used to create a distraction, may allowing your allies to land attacks of opportunity or delaying actions of your enemies. Out of combat Ghost Sound can be used to support a lie or distract guards. I gathered some examples below.

In combat

This was one of the first times I successfully used Ghost Sound. My group fought a bunch of goblins in a cave. We were out numbered, the melee fighters were completely surrounded. As I had no higher spells left I used Ghost Sound to do something. Creating the sound of 16 charging Knights in the tunnel leading into the cavern, I were able to convince some goblins, that our back up troops arrived. Most of them tried to flee allowing the fighters to get the upper hand in the fight.

To use Ghost Sound in such a way, it is important to make it convincing. Firstly the source of the sound should not be directly visible to the target. Not even goblins will believe you, if you create the sound of an charging army on an empty plane. Secondly the produced sound should fit into the surrounding. If you are in a cave use the sound of giant insects, goblins and kobolds instead of bisons. The Bestiaries provide lists of monsters for every terrain type. At last choose sounds creating fear in your enemies. The descriptions of monsters often state their enemies or fears. You might can find something by knowledge rolls.

As a gnome you can use the metamagic feat Threatening Illusion to flank a foe. The targeted field is considered as threatening enemies. The feat raises the spell level by one but a threatening Ghost Sound is still a good choice for level one spells. The effect probably will only last one round, but your rogue will thank you.

In role playing

The real strength of Ghost Sound comes into play once combat is over. The spell can be used in almost any situation.

Causing distraction is probably the most common use of Ghost Sound. It begins at the towns gate by creating the sound of a brawl to distract the guards to avoid paying 2 silver coins per feet. When you reach the market distract a merchant with the sound of fighting chickens in his cages, to allow your rogue to acquire a splendid lunch. Whenever a NPC has to be distracted, Ghost Sound is a good first choice.

Ghost Sound can be used to support your statements or to alter the attitude of an NPC. If you want to convince a NPC that the group on the next table is plotting to kill him, we will be more likely to believe you if he hears constant mumbling. The guards might help you if the bandits scream about killing guards and taking their wives. General advise: let the target hear what he wants to hear in order to support your own needs.


As Ghost Sound is a level 0 spell it is tempting to use it all the time. However keep in mind that Ghost Sound is only as effective as your game masters allows it to be. At some point the GM will snap, if you repeat the same trick over and over again. My advise: only use Ghost Sound occasionally and describe it precisely. Also explain what effect you are looking for. You won’t always get the wanted effect, but putting more effort in the descriptions makes it more likely.