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DM Harpwizard’s Heroes of Elsir Vale

Game Master GM Harpwizard

Elsir Vale
City of Brindol


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Man-Dwarf Dwarf Ranger 9 (HP: 115/115, AC: 22, Flat: 19, Touch: 15, +14 Perception(+2 on Stonework/fe/ft) Hunter's Tricks: 6/6

Agreed. Advice is nice: we're new players. But I value keeping the threads separate, so maybe commentary in the ooc and a little note in the campaign that says to look.


Dungeon Master

Answers regarding XP and level advancement.

Question 1 wrote:
Are we using Fast, Medium, or Slow progression?

Medium.

Question 2 wrote:
Are you keeping a running tally of XP, or are you simply going to periodically award numbers and we keep the running tally?

Ideally I will keep a running tally of XP, but if things bet too busy, as it already has, I will update later.

Question 3 wrote:
Are you instituting any (house) rules on advancement? Some of my prior campaigns used, for example, a "24 hour" or even "1 week" rest rule--you can gain XP, but cna't level up without a rest/reflection time in a safe environment (so, no levelling up in the middle of a dungeon--you'd have to leave, take a day off, and THEn you'd level up. What is your view/ruling on actually gaining the numerical advantages of levelling?

I am fine with leveling up after eight hours of sleep. However, if you are interested in leveling up in another class, please let me know way ahead of time and we will weave it into the role-play. There are times when time will be of the essence and we may not have much time to role play training.

Question 4 wrote:
Are you requiring specific training for feats and/or skills, or are we going under the assumption that your previous level included off-hours (or even on-hours!) training for new feats/skills?

Role playing study or training is helpful before leveling up and adding skills. For example, if you want to learn a new language or knowledge next level, seek out a teacher or a book. If you want to improve your perception skill, practice using perception, etc. Creating personal goals as a spoiler on your character sheet would actually be very helpful.

Question 5 wrote:
HP: I believe PCB gives the option of rolling for HP or choosing the avearge roll (which is X/2+1 where X is the die size). What's your rule going to be?

I have no problem if you prefer to choose average roll. However, if you choose to actually roll for hitpoints I will allow you to reroll a one.

Question 6 wrote:
There is NO QUESTION #6

There is no answer #6.

Question 7 wrote:
NO PUFTAS! (sorry, I'm an old school Monty Python fan)

Pooftas:
Second Bruce: G'day, Bruce!

First Bruce: Oh, Hello Bruce!

Third Bruce: How are you Bruce?

First Bruce: A bit crook, Bruce.

Second Bruce: Where's Bruce?

First Bruce: He's not 'ere, Bruce.

Third Bruce: Blimey, it's hot in here, Bruce.

First Bruce: Hot enough to boil a monkey's bum!

Second Bruce: That's a strange expression, Bruce.

First Bruce: Well Bruce, I heard the Prime Minister use it. 'It's hot enough to boil a monkey's bum in here, your Majesty,' he said and she smiled quietly to herself.

Third Bruce: She's a good Sheila Bruce, and not at all stuck up.

Second Bruce: Here! Here's the boss-fellow now! - how are you Bruce?

(Enter fourth Bruce with English person, Michael)

Fourth Bruce: 'Ow are you, Bruce?

First Bruce: G'day Bruce!

Fourth Bruce: Bruce.

Second Bruce: Hello Bruce.

Fourth Bruce: Bruce.

Third Bruce: How are you, Bruce?

Fourth Bruce: G'day Bruce.

Fourth Bruce: Gentleman, I'd like to introduce man from Pommeyland who is joinin' us this year in the philosophy department at the University of Walamaloo.

Everybruce: G'day!

Michael: Hello.

Fourth Bruce: Michael Baldwin, Bruce. Michael Baldwin, Bruce. Michael Baldwin, Bruce.

First Bruce: Is your name not Bruce?

Michael: No, it's Michael.

Second Bruce: That's going to cause a little confusion.

Third Bruce: Mind if we call you 'Bruce' to keep it clear?

Fourth Bruce: Gentlemen, I think we better start the faculty meeting. Before we start, though, I'd like to ask the padre for a prayer.

First Bruce: Oh Lord, we beseech Thee, Amen!!

Everybruce: Amen!

Fourth Bruce: Crack tubes! (Sound of cans opening) Now I call upon Bruce to officially welcome Mr. Baldwin to the philosophy faculty.

Second Bruce: I'd like to welcome the pommey bastard to God's own Earth, and remind him that we don't like stuck-up sticky-beaks here.

Everybruce: Hear, hear! Well spoken, Bruce!

Fourth Bruce: Bruce here teaches classical philosophy, Bruce there teaches Haegelian philosophy, and Bruce here teaches logical positivism, and is also in charge of the sheep dip.

Third Bruce: What's New-Bruce going to teach?

Fourth Bruce: New-Bruce will be teaching political science, Machiavelli, Bentham, Locke, Hobbes, Sutcliffe, Bradman, Lindwall, Miller, Hassett, and Benet.

Second Bruce: Those are all cricketers!

Fourth Bruce: Aww, spit!

Third Bruce: Hails of derisive laughter, Bruce!

Everybruce: Australia, Australia, Australia, Australia, we love you amen!

Fourth Bruce: Another tube! (Sound of cans opening) Any questions?

Second Bruce: New-Bruce, are you a Poofta?

Fourth Bruce: Are you a Poofta?

Michael: No!

Fourth Bruce: No. Right, I just want to remind you of the faculty rules: Rule One!

Everybruce: No Pooftas!

Fourth Bruce: Rule Two, no member of the faculty is to maltreat the Abbos in any way at all -- if there's anybody watching...... Rule Three?

Everybruce: No Pooftas!!

Fourth Bruce: Rule Four, now this term, I don't want to catch anybody not drinking..... Rule Five,

Everybruce: No Pooftas!

Fourth Bruce: Rule Six, there is NO ... Rule Six!... Rule Seven,

Everybruce: No Pooftas!!

Fourth Bruce: Right, that concludes the readin' of the rules, Bruce.

First Bruce: This here's the wattle, the emblem of our land. You can stick it in a bottle, you can hold it in your hand.

Everybruce: Amen!

(NB: The Album versions continue with the Philosopher's song The TV version continues below....)

First Bruce: Right, let's get some Sheilas.

(An Aborigine bunts in with an enormous tray full of enormous steaks.)

Fourth Bruce: OK.

Second Bruce: Ah, elevenses.

Third Bruce: This should tide us over 'til lunchtime.

Second Bruce: Reckon so, Bruce.

First Bruce: Sydney Nolan! What's that! (points)

(Cut to dramatic close-up of Fourth Bruce's ear. Hold close-up. The superimposed arrow pointing to the ear.)

Voice Over: Number nine. The ear.


Dungeon Master

How did you guys all get the system to give you so many critical hits?!!


Man-Dwarf Dwarf Ranger 9 (HP: 115/115, AC: 22, Flat: 19, Touch: 15, +14 Perception(+2 on Stonework/fe/ft) Hunter's Tricks: 6/6
DM Harpwizard wrote:

Answers regarding XP and level advancement.

Question 5 wrote:
HP: I believe PCB gives the option of rolling for HP or choosing the avearge roll (which is X/2+1 where X is the die size). What's your rule going to be?

I have no problem if you prefer to choose average roll. However, if you choose to actually roll for hitpoints I will allow you to reroll a one.

How does this work exactly? You will give us points for good deeds and when we get enough we get a picture of a dog? What is all the rolling for HP and averaging?

P.S.

DM Harpwizard wrote:
How did you guys all get the system to give you so many critical hits?!!

Well, I, for one, payed for mine with a Hippogriff bite!


Male Human Paladin 9 (HP:68/102, AC: 28, Touch: 16; +10 Fort, +6 Reflex, +11 Will)

Asking Socrates for guidance..?

Andoran

Male Halfling Thief/9 Init: +12 HP: 53/53 AC: 28 Touch: 19; Perception 15 (19 traps; TRAPSPOTTER)
Attacks:
Rapier: +15/+10 (+6 BAB, +6 Dex, +1 size, +2 ench); Bow +14/+9(+1) (+6 BAB, +6 Dex, +1 size, +1 bow/+1 acid arrow)

On critical hits:
heh. Ya got me. Maybe it's the board repaying me for two consecutive 1's for my first rolls. Getting a critical hit onyour first attack of the campaign (and only 1 shy of max damage to boot) was ffffaarrrry nice.

Thordak--
On HP: In Pathfinder Society play, you get the average result of your Hit Dice roll (which is one more than half--for example, a fighter would get 6 hp at each level up). I *thought* there was a rule in the "regular" pathfinder that you can choose between taking that average roll, or actually rolling the die, when you level up. I didn't know whether DMHW allowed that option of playing it safe and taking the average.

On Pooftas---
"Socrates himself was permanently piiiiiiissed . . ."


Female Half-Elf Wizard/2

Bofus, sorry for missing the post about the betting.
Actually I saw it but forgot about it.

:/


Female Half-Elf Wizard/2

Sorry for the spotty posting over the last couple days:
My internet connection went down last night and I've been conducting training at work so not much free time. :-\


Dungeon Master

No worries, Cebrë. I have been pretty busy at work as well. Take your time.


Dungeon Master

Congratulations Everyone!! We passed the 500th poster marker! How are you all feeling? Thoughts, suggestions, other?


Male Human Paladin 9 (HP:68/102, AC: 28, Touch: 16; +10 Fort, +6 Reflex, +11 Will)

I feel like.. I need intimidate as a class skill.


Dungeon Master

First gambling and now intimidation. You are an unusual paladin!


Divine Gamemaster of the Abyss and below...

Congrats!


Dungeon Master

Folks, this weekend may be light for posting. I am leaving for my mother in laws for an early easter on Saturday. I am not sure if I will be able to post or not, but if you do not hear from me, I will be back on Monday night. Feel free to keep posting as you are able.

Andoran

Male Halfling Thief/9 Init: +12 HP: 53/53 AC: 28 Touch: 19; Perception 15 (19 traps; TRAPSPOTTER)
Attacks:
Rapier: +15/+10 (+6 BAB, +6 Dex, +1 size, +2 ench); Bow +14/+9(+1) (+6 BAB, +6 Dex, +1 size, +1 bow/+1 acid arrow)

Well, have fun thinking of us! ;-)

I'm very eager to see this situation play out. If it goes the way I'm hoping, we might be able to trap Rotskill as I was hoping to do so "last night" in the Stone Wyvern. But if *all* the Lions are in Trask's pocket, and if they know of Rotskill, well taht's the situation where "it could go very very badly."

This is qquite exciting!!


Male Human Paladin 9 (HP:68/102, AC: 28, Touch: 16; +10 Fort, +6 Reflex, +11 Will)
DM Harpwizard wrote:
First gambling and now intimidation. You are an unusual paladin!

If things pan out, you'll find that my intentions are valid.


Divine Gamemaster of the Abyss and below...

DMH:

Hey,

since the campaign I was in as a player imploded, I wanted to ask, if you see any chance to squeeze me into yours? I was thinking about a bard from Galt-maybe female, since the party is already quite full of males^^


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

I already made a char-just in case :-)


Dungeon Master

Florence:
I would be happy to have you join us. I will be borrowing a lot from Red Hand of Doom after the characters get to fifth or sixth level. How much of that are you familiar with? It is not a big deal, but it just gives me an idea how much to change.

I like your background, but we will need to tweek a few things. I talked to James Jacobs and he recommended I put his campaign in Isger. So Brindol is right where the small village of Saringallow is located.
So Isger is certainly feeling the pressure from Cheliax.


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

While I have it here in my library I never had the time to go further than looking at the cover^^


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

I chose a bard, since I thought that spot was still quite open. I had followed your game on and off and I really enjoyed reading it.

A quick summary would help me though. I see that the caharcters all came to the tournament (by invitation, coorect?) and there participated in several events. There was some tension with this Rotskill guy and the some thugs.


Dungeon Master

Florenece:
That is great to hear that you haven't read RHOD. I think you ill enjoy it. In summary, basically each of the players are competing in an event at the Elsir Vale Tournament of Heroes. Thordak won the arrow and bolt competition. Matthias won the Steeple Chase, Mantooth won the Open Combat and right now Cebre is competing in the arcane challenge. Bofus still needs to compete in the Gauntlet. I am brainstorming at the moment, but I am thinking that you will compete in a Performance competition in an event after Bofus. However, the party could also certainly use a herald to record their great accomplishments. The party is basically meeting the cast of characters. Rotskill and the Trask Clan are infiltrating the town of Brindol and want to bring down Lord Jarmaath.


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

She can surely tackle that. Maybe I just stumble upon them and offer my help in that regard?!


Dungeon Master

Florence:
Great. I will be travelling today and won't be able to post until tonight. However, feel free to jump in and introduce yourself. They are each becoming relatively famous. (Except for Bofus, who is trying to stay hidden. He has had some past issues with the Kaal merchant family.) The party is basically hanging out look through archways at Cebre's progress in the Arcane Challenge in another realm. However, the Lord of Brindol happens to be showing up at this moment. The Lord of Brindol had a wonderful dance with Cebre (a female half elf sorcerer) last night and appears to be coming to watch her event.


Female Human Bard 4

Hey everyone, DMH just told me I'm allowed to take part in your great campaign. As long as no one has any objections I'll stay until the very end :-)


Man-Dwarf Dwarf Ranger 9 (HP: 115/115, AC: 22, Flat: 19, Touch: 15, +14 Perception(+2 on Stonework/fe/ft) Hunter's Tricks: 6/6

Welcome!

Andoran

Male Halfling Thief/9 Init: +12 HP: 53/53 AC: 28 Touch: 19; Perception 15 (19 traps; TRAPSPOTTER)
Attacks:
Rapier: +15/+10 (+6 BAB, +6 Dex, +1 size, +2 ench); Bow +14/+9(+1) (+6 BAB, +6 Dex, +1 size, +1 bow/+1 acid arrow)

Objections? Well . . . I object to taking a girl out, buy a nice dinner, then she won't put out for you!! (this is a quote from Spies Like Us, sorry had to be said)

You're most welcome. Nice to see you this side of the table!! We're having fun so far . . . enjoy yourself.


Female Half-Elf Wizard/2

Welcome!!


Dungeon Master

Florence:
You have made an awesome entrance today! I think you will fit in nicely. Three of them are entirely new to the game, so they do not always know the rules or what they can do, but their enthusiasm is refreshing. I don't think he would mind me saying, but Thordak is a student of mine and spent the entire last year in Germany. I think he would enjoy chatting with you to keep up his German. Thanks for joining us!

I am still thinking about your background and the Cheliax piece of the puzzle. I am also trying to decide if I should have you compete in an event. To be honest, I don't think we need that for a hook. I will think about it for another day or two.


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

Thx, it was pretty easy, since the guys are all really chatty :-) and nice.

I'm also thinking a contest isn't necessary. I think Florence will sooner or later begin to "inspect" how the idea of democracy is inbedded in the life of the Andorans.

@ Thordak:

Ich habe gerade eben gehört, dass du das letzte Jahr in Deutschland verbracht hast, wo warst du denn da?


Dungeon Master

Florence:
Please check an earlier post. I have put Elsir Vale in Isger. This may affect some of your background and role play.


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

Oh sry, my fault. I'll redo it accordingly. Btw. do I also receive a third trait?


Dungeon Master

Florence:
No Problem, you were correct, originally I did have the campaign set in Andoran. However, James Jacobs, author of RHOD, told me that Isger would be a better fit, and as I look at what is coming, I had to agree with him. Thus it changed just before we started.

BTW: If you need more summary to catch you up, there is the journal listed on my DM page.

Yes, you do get a third trait. I am thinking of either World Traveler or something to support your interest in History and Politics. I am open to your suggestions.


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

If one narrows the description of World Traveller to the actual character and not his family I think that it would fit very well.


Man-Dwarf Dwarf Ranger 9 (HP: 115/115, AC: 22, Flat: 19, Touch: 15, +14 Perception(+2 on Stonework/fe/ft) Hunter's Tricks: 6/6

Haha! Yes! Awesome! I was so worried he might just dodge out of the way of that 15...Whew!

@Florence: Ich schätze unsere Harfzauberer hat es Ihnen erzählt? Ja, in der Tat. Ich war in Sachsen Anhalt, in einem Dorf neben Salzwedel. Und wo kommen Sie denn her?


Female Half-Elf Wizard/2

Huzzah! This just keeps getting more fun!

Yay for another player (and female character!)


Female Human Bard 4

the more females the better :-) (that's rather something a male would say, eh?^^)

I was also thinking "15...this is going to be close"

@ Thordak:

Ich komme vom Niederrhein bzw. aus dem Ruhrgebeit, gerade so die Grenze zwischen beiden.
Ja, der Mann mit der Harfe hat es mir erzählt :-)
Was hast du (ich duze dich jetzt einfach mal) denn in der Gegend da gemacht?


Man-Dwarf Dwarf Ranger 9 (HP: 115/115, AC: 22, Flat: 19, Touch: 15, +14 Perception(+2 on Stonework/fe/ft) Hunter's Tricks: 6/6

@ Florence: Ha, ja, ich weiß immer noch nicht genau wann es passt, jemandem zu duzen und wann sie zu Siezen! Also..wegen der Gegend? Es gibt zwar nicht ganz viel was man da machen kann, aber ich habe das Beste draus gemacht! Ich bin in der Schule gegangen und ich spielte auch im Bigband und sang im Chor, und so schon ziemlich alles was man da hätte machen können. Ich reiste aber auch nach Dänemark, Österreich, Frankreich, Spanien, und in Deutschland rum. Es war sehr schön da in Salzwedel aber es war auch gut ab und zu auszureisen!


Female Human Bard 4

Ja, Salzwedel ist jetzt auch nicht dafür bekannt eine Art Hotspot zu sein :-)
Du bist aber dann in unseren Nachbarländern ganz schön rumgekommen. Wie kommt es denn überhaupt, dass du nach Deutschland gekommen bist, war das ein Austauschprogramm?


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

I just noticed a rule issue.

Some characters roll knowledge rolls without having a skill rank in it. Maybe they do not know about the concept of trained/untrained usage?

I'd recommend everyone just puts the skills in his profile he can really use (either because they allow untrained use or he has a skillrank).


Dungeon Master

Florence:
It is true, they do not have all the mechanics down yet, but I think I will allow a knowledge check if they have a class skill in that area and it fits their background, even though they have not had a chance to invest any ranks in the skill. However, they certainly won't have any rank or class skill bonus yet. But I agree. Thordak would certainly not know any knowledge, nobility, unless perhaps it referred to his own dwarven king. Thanks!


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

In my experience it's good to tell new players all applying rules from the beginning, then tell them that exceptions are fine when they make sense. That makes it easier fro them to realize the rules consistency.

But I didn't want to be a rules lawyer or something-far from that :-)


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

I really have to compliment you on the campaign this far. After reading through the campaign thread I have to say that you really did a very good job bringing the chars together and blending them in a natural way into the story and the background-bravo.
Especially the idea of a tournament is one of the best possibilities to bring a party together and still give every single character a feeling of uniqueness and importance from the beginning on.


Dungeon Master

Florence:
Zyren, thanks for the praise! It means a lot to me, having played under you since January. I am having a fantastic time with all of these campaigns. I find myself pulling out aspects of myself in all of the characters in an effort to bring versimiltude and life to these creations.

I am also blessed to have a great group of players. In HOEV I know every one of them personally and Bofus actually ran a player in a two year campaign of mine when we were seniors at the University of New Hampshire. Cebrë is actually my neighbor across the street who just moved in around January. We totally hit it off and I decided to start this campaign. The three others are former students of mine that coerced me into playing a single game of D&D with them for one night. We had an amazing time and they were hooked ever since.

In regards to the rules. In the short time I have worked with you on the boards, you are far from a rules lawyer! I think it is safe to say that you and I are of a similar philosophy in terms of gaming. For me, the rules are simply there to help facilitate the telling of a good story. However, I will make a point to clarify untrained knowledge with them. I will probably simply send them an email. Before this campaign got off the ground I was emailing all of the players answers to a multitude of questions. However some stuff is bound to slip by.

The one piece that I am trying to decide about is the awarding of experience points. In the one month this campaign has run, we actually haven't had a single combat with the entire group. The encounters are usually resolved in other ways. For example, Cebrë intimidated Rotskill and his thugs and they fled. Thordak used his animal skills to charm the hippogriff. I think Thordak shooting the assassin was probably the closest thing this to combat these guys have seen. I am trying to decide how much ad hoc experience to give for all of the role-playing encounters. Some are group successes and some are individual, however, most of them are simply moving a story along. What are your thoughts in terms of ad hoc experience points? What amount seems reasonable at this point for a medium progression rate?

Thanks again for joining us, you have certainly added an exciting element to the campaign!
Sincerely, DMHW


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

I have to agree, you as DM and all players are very very comitted, which is just awesome, I'm having a blast :-)

Since there are sooo many rules it's just normal that some things aren't adressed in the beginning.

In a story heavy campaign like HOEV it's pretty tough to award xp in a fitting manner. Another point one has to think about is that by now only two days have elapsed, so being already level three or something would be very strange. Yet, we already have like 600 posts.

Normally that's why I include fights quite regularly, even at low levels. I just looked it up and in HOL we had the first fights after about 250 or so posts.


Female Half-Elf Wizard/2

Gah!
Sorry if I'm dragging things - Real life is nuts right now.
Next week looks great though :)

DMHW - yes, I'm being sorta dense...I know.


Female Human Bard 4

DMH:

I just noticed that Cebre either forgot to add a point to her perform skill, or that she doesn't get the +3 bonus for class skill, since she didn't write that she has a rank in it. Since she has fared correctly with all other skills, I assume she forgot to add the point for her skill rank.

Btw are we allowed to look at other people's char sheets? If not, forget everything I wrote :-)


Dungeon Master

Cebrë, do not worry one bit about your rate of posting. You are not slowing us down a bit. As you can see, we have a lot going on outside the arcane challenge as well. However, with your permission, I will give the others a chance to throw in their two cents worth.

Folks, if you see any solution to the arcane challenge as you are looking through the arch, feel free to discuss it with each in character. Cebrë will ultimately decide what action she chooses. :-)

Thordak:
Thordak, it would be best if you said very little unless everybody gets really stuck.

I am assuming that you are all welcome to check out each others character sheets.


Man-Dwarf Dwarf Ranger 9 (HP: 115/115, AC: 22, Flat: 19, Touch: 15, +14 Perception(+2 on Stonework/fe/ft) Hunter's Tricks: 6/6

DM Harpwizard:
Oi'm on it! Oi've got it all figger'd out an' everythin'!

Did Oi hit that assassin the second time? When do Oi get to shoot Stainback?


Dungeon Master

@Thordak. Yes, you hit the assassin a second time, immediately after Mantooth's blow. You are not clear who actually killed the assassin. Both weapons wounded her badly.

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