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Chronicles of the Silver Rose Company

Game Master Patrick Curtin

This campaign is my attempt to play a canonical Planescape campaign using the updated Pathfinder ruleset. The game actually predates the release of Pathfinder, but we have managed to update as we have needed.


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Ex-human meat shield. HP 109/182 PP 10/22

I was playing other games during the 1.5e era.


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Well, I'll not spoil it for those who don't know. It's a fun adventure arc, and believe it or not we are only about half done with it ;)

Dark Archive

male human

I'm pretty sure I know as well, though I never played through these adventures before. But if it is who I think ... whoa! Should be fun!

Pat:

Spoiler:
I think I may go with the retraining on the feat. I don't think I've actually used Versatile Channeler to do negative energy even once, and not sure it really fits the character as I've started to envision him.

Sovereign Court

Male hu-man Paladin

Well I'm not going to spoil anything either, never played through these adventures before, but I have a good memory for lore, plus an adventure path I played though a few years back touched on this particular power late in the adventure path.

Spoilers for my guess at who we're dealing with:

Spoiler:
It's Orcus isn't it? I can't think of any other undead demons


Five points for Gryffindor!!


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Bryan wrote:

I'm pretty sure I know as well, though I never played through these adventures before. But if it is who I think ... whoa! Should be fun!

Pat: ** spoiler omitted **

As long as you're happy, I'm happy.


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Oh and just a bit of meta:

According to the story, our shadowy nemesis was literally erased from history. All thoughts, writings, knowledge, and pictures of [redacted] were literally stricken from the multiverse in an attempt to keep [redacted] from returning. That is why you don't find any mention of [redacted's] name anywhere. I have to walk a fine line, especially with y'all's quite impressive knowledge rolls. I had to give Justin something for that 37 he got, that's just crazy. But, even a 100 won't reveal [redacted's] name. It is just not available.

Sovereign Court

Male hu-man Paladin

Okay, I don't have the answers as to why that is, so it will probably be fun finding out why . . . assuming that we find out why.


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You're on the path to revelation. And the identity does eventually get revealed, you just can't get it early.


Male Human Scout 6/Barbarian 1/Dervish 3 } HP=99/99 | AC=18 (Variable) | Init. +4 | F +6 | Ref +11 | Will +5
Patrick Curtin wrote:
It was a pretty big sub plot of the entire 2nd Edition AD&D milieu.

Nice! I think I know OOC too :-)

EDIT: It turns out I thought it was someone else, He Who Shall Not Be Named was a major villain in a session I ran some time ago of 2ed adventures converted to 3.5, I never realized He Who Shall Not Be Named was erased for a time so thoroughly in 2ed Lore! Though I was more of a Ravenloft, Forgotten Realms, Dragonlance guy during that time.


Male Human Scout 6/Barbarian 1/Dervish 3 } HP=99/99 | AC=18 (Variable) | Init. +4 | F +6 | Ref +11 | Will +5

FYI, I will be packing and moving and then unpacking again over the next 35 - 40 days so if I have intermittent unexplained absences from the boards this is why.


Cool,

Meaning I don't have a clue. ;P

I mean, I played 1E & 2E, but wasn't so much into the lore back then. Unless it was something that really caught our fancy ans we actually looked up all the information we could find on it.
(Not as easy as it is now, darn the Pre-interwebs Dark Ages!) ;P

Example- both Dark Sun and Ravensloft caught the interest of some in my group, so I know a little more than nothing about them. :/ (I actually never wanted to play Ravensloft when younger, the idea of playing in a horror world actually frightened me! :) I wasn't into scary movies.) ;P

I didn't realize that a power being erased was part of the D&D lore. THIS should be,... fun. yeah sure. Fun. ;P


Male Human Scout 6/Barbarian 1/Dervish 3 } HP=99/99 | AC=18 (Variable) | Init. +4 | F +6 | Ref +11 | Will +5

Ah yeah Dark Sun, I played a bit of that too and read most of the novels. I play in a Dark Sun game here on the Boards now and the more I play the more I realize I forgot more than I ever knew about the setting :-)


Female awww, but that would be telling unknown

I only started playing at the end of the 2e era, and it was a heavily modified home brew setting, so this is all new to me. :)


MY favorite was Forgotten realms, (Sorry, but I actually LIKE the crazy old wizard! So sue me!) ;P
And we played with some of that, but mostly we just played D&D, and rarely ever worried about what world we were in, or what country, or how we got from the Caves of Chaos to the desert for the Pyramid adventure. ;P

And I enjoyed that, but now that I'm older, (Notice I didn't say 'mature') I enjoy the world-building just as much as the adventures. :D


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I fell in love with Planescape, but when it was coming out I was more into Vampire the Masquerade. This is actually my first effort in converting my love of Planescape into a game


Male Human Scout 6/Barbarian 1/Dervish 3 } HP=99/99 | AC=18 (Variable) | Init. +4 | F +6 | Ref +11 | Will +5
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I fell in love with Planescape, but when it was coming out I was more into Vampire the Masquerade. This is actually my first effort in converting my love of Planescape into a game

A successful endeavor I would say!

I was a hardcore Vampire gamer and Storyteller. Still am here on the boards. :-)

Dark Archive

male human

Ravenloft was definitely my thing. I think I ran a 4-year campaign in college that started in the Forgotten Realms but ended up in Ravenloft for like 90% of the time. I still lurk on the Fraternity of Shadows site fairly frequently.

I still think what would have been cool is a Masque of the Red Death campaign but set a few hundred years earlier, like in 1500 during the Renaissance.


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Hamar of the Hyena Tribe wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I fell in love with Planescape, but when it was coming out I was more into Vampire the Masquerade. This is actually my first effort in converting my love of Planescape into a game

A successful endeavor I would say!

I was a hardcore Vampire gamer and Storyteller. Still am here on the boards. :-)

Awesome! If you ever have a space id love to dust off my library and make a character


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Hamar of the Hyena Tribe wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:
I fell in love with Planescape, but when it was coming out I was more into Vampire the Masquerade. This is actually my first effort in converting my love of Planescape into a game

A successful endeavor I would say!

I was a hardcore Vampire gamer and Storyteller. Still am here on the boards. :-)

Awesome! If you ever have a space id love to dust off my library and make a character

Sure! I run the game representing all 13 Clans. At the moment the group has seemed to have settled in a bit but I will put you on my mental list. Guy Humual (aka Karrin Kind) is at the top of the waitlist though the past few openings have been for Clans not to his liking :-)

Feel free to click in on the Campaign Tab with all of your free time :-)

The Link


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Oh and sorry about the joke spoiler in game. I plead the lateness of the hour and exhaustion making me silly.


I thought thats what makes these things fun!?!? ;P

seriously, in my old group, if we didn't quote at least 1 movie per half hour (in character or out) it wasn't a good night! :)


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Fair enough!

Justin Case wrote:


(Considering that in their last fight with the ghost demons he was almost turned into a marionette, he should be!)

Or were they demon ghosts?


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Fair enough!

Justin Case wrote:


(Considering that in their last fight with the ghost demons he was almost turned into a marionette, he should be!)

Or were they demon ghosts?

[Homer] DOH! [/Homer]

Potato-Tomato,... ;P


Male Human Scout 6/Barbarian 1/Dervish 3 } HP=99/99 | AC=18 (Variable) | Init. +4 | F +6 | Ref +11 | Will +5

I will be moving tomorrow and out of touch again till Sunday at the earliest. Please bot me as needed!


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You got it!

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