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Inner Sea Megadungeon: Delving the Drowning Stones

Game Master Garden Tool

A site-based adventure featuring one of the Mwangi Expanse's largest ruins: the Drowning Stones.

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Thats why we have the survival skill!

Silver Crusade

I've learned the hard way that, with this dice roller, relying on it to cooperate in any way for things that you need to keep you alive is a bad idea.


So you go a bit hungry. In this world, I think there are bigger things to worry about than dying of starvation: becoming food yourself, for a start!!

Besides, if one can't provide for oneself, perhaps one deserves to die. /typical druid mantra.

:P


Note to self: Be friendly to those with Survival.

Shadow Lodge

Wait, you guys don't just eat everything you kill? I mean, oozes and black puddings taste a bit like jello and stale....well, pudding; and ghosts and shadows are a little airy...but Brak loves to eat all sorts of aberrations and demons. MMMM...spicy!


Sounds like a Golarian edition of Bizarre Foods.


Shadows are the snack you can eat between meals without ruining your appetite. And I prefer my oozes en flambé.

Be warned: the digester is a creature that eats back, even after you've swallowed the last mouthful.


Bedu has morphed into Fahd. Basics done, background and spells to follow.

Embrianna I am with you on this. Watch what the druid eats first.

Cheers


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Wandermeal + Create Water = good to go

Forget survival skill, befriend the cleric ;-)


^if all you want is porridge for the rest of your life... *Blech!

All you need is a Mwangi Native who knows how to use what the land offers.


"These jungles are my homelands. The important thing when looking for edibles is to know the difference between what you can eat and what can eat you."


"I can summon a celestial (or fiendish if your tastes run that way) squid. Fried calamari is a delicacy, but it's not really food that sticks with you."

Qadira

I must respectfully withdraw. Yuuwa was a carryover from another campaign and thus far she is just not feeling up to another foray into the jungles. She much rather stay aboard and shout encouragement, gladly letting the "skeeters" feast upon thier blood and not her own.

Cheliax

@ ReckNBall: Noted. Good luck out there.

@ bbangerter: Looks solid. Are your favored class benefits going toward skill points?

@ Wolfwaker: Welcome. Barbarian/druid sounds pretty awesome. Remain active and contribute often.

@ MacFetus: Ratfolk justification sounds good - I could see a tribe living in the Expanse. What sort of class were you thinking of? You sound like a... guide or information broker? Ranger? Rogue? Both?

@ twilsemail: I'll be trusting my players to manage in-game and out-of-game knowledge separately. FoIG knowledge should be irrelevant.

@ French Wolf: Looking good. You're a weaponsmith? Have you considered the CRB feat that allows you to craft magic arms and armor without needing a whole bunch of spell access and caster levels? (The name of the feat escapes me at the moment, because nobody ever takes it.)

Cheliax

Whew. Did I miss anyone?

EDIT: God, this is going to be a tough draft.


Garden Tool:

Neither!! :P

I'd already mention the specifics of my character but, with everything that's going on, I imagine you've forgotten or missed it!! :)

Ratfolk Cave Druid with Bat Familiar.

(Possibly with the Nocturnal template. (CR+0. Bonuses to perception in the dark; penalties in the light.))

Role: Very much a team player, (which, in my opinion, is how the Ratfolk thrive), my character isn't great at any one thing but helps others do their bit, sometimes making it so they can do their bit. Does it in a different way to a bard, however.

I don't envy you. :)


@GardenTool - Should we go ahead and kit out? Or shall we wait?

Andoran

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Garden Tool wrote:
@ French Wolf: Looking good. You're a weaponsmith? Have you considered the CRB feat that allows you to craft magic arms and armor without needing a whole bunch of spell access and caster levels? (The name of the feat escapes me at the moment, because nobody ever takes it.)

Master Craftsman isn't available until level 5, due to the skill minima it needs.


Garden Tool wrote:

Whew. Did I miss anyone?

EDIT: God, this is going to be a tough draft.

Not sure if you asked me anything since nixing the fauchard. If you did, I missed if and my search of the thread hasn't found any questions, either.

Qadira

I will add it to the list of feats I could take at fifth. The decision to take Master Craftsman or Rapid Shot OR Deadly Aim will depend on the eventual makeup of the party I reckon. Its a good idea though.

Thanks

Qadira

Shisumo wrote:
Garden Tool wrote:
@ French Wolf: Looking good. You're a weaponsmith? Have you considered the CRB feat that allows you to craft magic arms and armor without needing a whole bunch of spell access and caster levels? (The name of the feat escapes me at the moment, because nobody ever takes it.)
Master Craftsman isn't available until level 5, due to the skill minima it needs.

It depends on the party makeup I reckon. Crafting feats definitely fit Fahd so I'll add Master Craftsman to Deadly Aim and Rapid Shot as his fifth level possibles. Good idea though.

Thanks GT

Cheliax

MacFetus wrote:
** spoiler omitted **

Oh, that's right - I did see that, and I do remember now. Post monster ate my reply, along with several others grouped with it.

The only problem would be the Nocturnal template, which falls outside of the allowed sources which I clearly laid out in the first post.

Cheliax

@ bigrin42: Up to you - it won't help or hurt your chances too much. A general build suffices for now - I'm much more concerned with post count, enthusiasm, participation, and attention to detail. The details of any given build will only help me to narrow down my choices after all of the above has been considered. At this point I do not know exactly who I'll be drafting, so I genuinely can't give a nod as to how much work anyone ought to do.

@ Nazard: I don't think so. After my initial comb-throughs and error-scans, I don't pay a lot of attention to the details of any given build unless I'm asked for my thoughts on something. I'm not likely to have a bunch of questions, suggestions, or fixes for anyone until I've selected them and really done more than read their background information and do a cursory scan for errors.

@ French Wolf: Gotcha.


So who all has something to do with the Pathfinders guild for their character?

Alanthian was raised in the guild after his parents went missing/presumed dead in The Drowning Stones.

Anyone else?


Heads up guys, it's Saturday and I'll be out of touch for today and tomorrow morning.


Embrianna is a member. Was kinda inspired to join by her grandfather's stories. He was a retired Pathfinder and he always had more time for Bri than her parents did.


Xara has no great connection to the Pathfinders save that membership with them gave her the opportunity to see the world, have adventures, and practice her art of summoning in a variety of situations.


Fahd will be closely tied to the Pathfinders.


Garden Tool wrote:

@ bbangerter: Looks solid. Are your favored class benefits going toward skill points?

Yes.

Kozaric wrote:
So who all has something to do with the Pathfinders guild for their character?

Nesipho has a fairly strong connection with the society, having been a member/trained with them for a couple years.


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Kozaric wrote:

So who all has something to do with the Pathfinders guild for their character?

Alanthian was raised in the guild after his parents went missing/presumed dead in The Drowning Stones.

Anyone else?

My character was a "field agent" in his youth, traveling to exotic and dangerous locations. In his old(er) age he has settled down as more of an academic, researching different topics of interest.

This is a chance for him to get back into the field and explore new, exciting ruins--he's got the knowledge, but he's a bit rusty in the field.


Kargath is a relatively new recruit to the Pathfinders. He has always had an eye out for knowledge, though he prefers it to be useful for combat. Also, the kind of situations the Pathfinders find themselves in often have solutions in sheer brute force...which Kargath excels at.


Ojore was sent by his tribe to keep an eye on the Pathfinder activities in the area. Three levels later he is a respected member of the society.

Cheliax

Interjection: To whomever was asking about factions and Society play..? This is an unsanctioned play-by-post game which has nothing to do with the real-world "Pathfinder Society" organization. This is a just-for-fun game set in Golarion with ties to the in-game Pathfinder Society faction as it is described in the Inner Sea World Guide.

I'd addressed this before, but the post monster ate my responses along with a few others.


Garden Tool wrote:
The only problem would be the Nocturnal template, which falls outside of the allowed sources which I clearly laid out in the first post.

Noted.

As an aside: if you use Firefox, the add-on Lazarus Form Recovery works well.


Checking in.

I've been thinking about what items Daria should have aside from mundane items and there wouldn't be anything aside from a few potions of CLW. She would be counting her pannies, saving her money up for something more valuable... like a headband of alluring charisma.


Tweaked some minor details for Nesipho's backstory and added a section about his family. Nothing to exciting there but just to add some detail.

Cheliax

@ Kybryn: Your post contains a typo that caused me to read "she would be counting her panties."


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Garden Tool wrote:
@ Kybryn: Your post contains a typo that caused me to read "she would be counting her panties."

Seconded


"A bra isn't the only place a woman hides her valuables"
*wink wink... wink*

oh boy, yeah that was supposed to say pennies

Qadira

Says you.

Garden Tool wanted us to have a presence, I think you have just achieved that Kybryn. Don't complain now - just keep your pannies on.

Cheers


As they say...sex sells! :)


Garden Tool wrote:
@ Kybryn: Your post contains a typo that caused me to read "she would be counting her panties."

Thirded


+1 ;]


"Why Daria, I was not aware a nymph was even capable of blushing."


I think it says more about you lot than it does Kybryn!! :)

Grand Lodge

Hey guys, I am still here, but its the weekend, and I am quite busy. I'll be able to post again, longer tomorrow.

And who does not like a good *cough* dirty joke!


I may be the only person who misread that as "panniers".

Andoran

Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Card Game, Companion, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I'm trying to figure out what it says about me that I read it as, well, "pennies."


Shisumo wrote:
I'm trying to figure out what it says about me that I read it as, well, "pennies."

Suuuuuuuure you did. You buy that, Trig?


"I don't know how I could. You're trying to spend the last of our money on a stupid scroll! We have to share our WBL you know!"

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