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Short answer is no.

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For creating your own stuff in game, that will be a GMs call. I'd probably allow it but just give some arbitrary bonus.

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I believe this one will be officially a 1-2 just like all the other evergreens.

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Is Serpent's Ire no longer a lottery event?

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Also any used consumables stay used for a full level 1 rebuild

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Anything you could buy by just putting elements together, like a mithral shirt, is not considered named, even if a description of it falls in that section of the book. All other items that cannot be bought by simply adding the elements together, like an assassin's dagger, is considered named.

We can try to make this more clear in the guide.

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bdk86 wrote:
rknop wrote:

Wait, can you get PFS characters at 7-11?

Yeah, but it's just pregens and if you don't hit the restock cycle right it's nothing but almost expired Ninjas.

They have at least one good kill in them yet...

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Styrofoam wrote:
Andrew Christian wrote:

Is there a good place for me to get distilled water?

I'll be bringing my CPAP along with me so I sleep right at night, and it uses Distilled water.

I've used a cpap for almost 10 years. It won't hurt anything to use tap water for a few nights. Just make sure it is bacteria free, and it will be safe.

The downside is that it may smell a little different.

Also Pacific coast is fairly humid, so depending on where you are coming from, you may find it uses much less water.

Yeah, I did do that for a short trip and while it worked fine, it left a white residue in the tray. It cleaned out ok, but I'd rather try and keep the machine as clean as possible.

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Silbeg wrote:
Andrew Christian wrote:

Is there a good place for me to get distilled water?

I'll be bringing my CPAP along with me so I sleep right at night, and it uses Distilled water.

Andy, we should coordinate on this one, since I will need some, too... And it only comes in gallons typically. Not that it is expensive, just wasteful. AJ may need it by then as well.

Question to the locals, is the Safeway accessible by public transport?

I'm going to be getting in stupid early. So I can catch a bus to the grocery and pick some up. Since there is so much of it, I can certainly share.

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andreww wrote:
Serisan wrote:
andreww wrote:
Can you tell us if the new seeker content has a hard mode? I thought I read a rumour which suggested that was the case.
The fact that it has a 14-15 subtier isn't hard mode enough? Sure, players have a lot of capacity in that subtier, but you can do some fun things in a monster budget with that.

Honestly not really. My experience of higher level modules and AP segments is that they struggle to stand up to what high level players can throw out. This is especially the case where you allow more than 4 players into them.

It is understandable why this is the case. Scenario's, AP's and modules are written with certain expectations of what players will be bringing. That has to be somewhere in the middle to the lower end of the power scale. Most of my play is done online which has fewer "casual" players.

A hard mode which was genuinely difficult would be much appreciated by me, both as a player and GM.

From what I understand, modules and APs are written for 4 characters with a 15 point buy. And they are written for a home campaign. That means the typically, you get what you find or can craft. You can't just buy whatever you want. So the expectation is that the power level of a character in PFS really outstrips the expectation by leaps and bounds.

And did you play Sealed Gate or Waking Rune on hard mode? Both of those are pretty brutal.

Another point is that high level play is often a game of rocket tag.

I expect John and Thursty will do thier best to truly make this one challenging.

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Hillis Mallory III wrote:
A Clarification on the Sub-Tiers for later seasons vs. the earlier ones, and when a bigger group of six or seven need to run on the higher tier for season 2 and below, with some leeway for big groups for season three, which started the ramp up of encounter difficulty for it and later seasons.

The sub-tier thing is going to be clarified. But we most likely aren't going to be getting so granular that every season has a different metric.

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Isn't that what this Game is about? Diceyness?

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how could I say no to that?

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Is there a good place for me to get distilled water?

I'll be bringing my CPAP along with me so I sleep right at night, and it uses Distilled water.

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Guys. The APL calculation will be clear. My goal is to make sure there are no questions.

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andreww wrote:
DM Beckett wrote:
I think you are confused, unless we are talking about a different portion of the book. But look back at the what the guide says. I've included a full portion for better reference. Note a few things. Firstly, it is talking about how to find the correct Subtier for a mixed level group. The 0.5 is referring to the Subtier, not the APL. That is, if the APL falls into the 0.5 range of the Subtiers, this is how it is handled. There is no reference to "X.5", because it's not referring to the APL, but where the final APL falls in between the Subtiers
No, it isn't. That paragraph is talking about how to calculate APL. The sentence comes directly after talking about rounding. If it was talking about what to do when you are between subtiers it would say that rather than talking about fractions.

The APL calculation and which Sub-Tier to play and how to assign pregens will be clarified.

We are considering going to some sort of a chart.

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Xazil wrote:

Per the thread on http://paizo.com/threads/rzs2t984&page=1?Recording-Purchases-on-Chronic le-Sheets

Some clarity on the Page 22 "All transactions must be recorded on the scenario’s Chronicle sheet and reflected on your character’s Inventory Tracking Sheet." seems to more imply the chronicle is the primary location instead of a summary box given allows.

Also per the thread, if there are rules that the majority of the GMs are ignoring, then maybe they shouldn't be rules. As an online GM most of mine are similar to Braink2112's level of work to produce.

This will be clarified.

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One of Clinton's two retired scenarios will be available.

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Awesome!

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This will be clarified. Already on our radar.

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Paladin of Baha-who? wrote:

Another frequently misunderstood thing is that the 2 PP 'purchase' of an up to 750gp item does not have to meet Fame requirements.

This will definitely be part of our suggestions for inclusion in season 8.

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Noted for discussion with the guide revision team.

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Hmm... with that in mind, it appears that ability won't come in handy but for a couple scenarios.

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Lots of season 4 is in Varisia, and a Dandy Roleplaying would work there well.

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I believe there is a blog from last July that talks about this item and that PFS is using the 8,000 gp price

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Game Day is local terminology.

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Benjamin Falk wrote:

Here are some thoughts:

-many people seem to imply playing a CN character is actually playing an evil character. I think that´s wrong and offensive. CN is a distinct alignment with a clear write up and totally worthy playing of it´s own.
-when a player has a CN (or other alignment character, because the same is possible with LN or N alignment and those are much closer to some very interesting evil gods...), but plays evil, then it´s a player problem, the problem of one certain person and should be handled as such by eventually marking of that character as evil and unplayable.
-most players i know and have seen who want to play an "evil" character aren´t actually playing an evil character, they want to play a struggle and fiddle with dark forces, so they are really better off playing a neutral character. That´s a 100% legal concept and quite often seen in the most thrilling literature. Probably the most famous character like that is one from very iconic novels in the RPG genre, Raistlin Majere from Dragonlance.
-I have seen more jerkish paladins than jerkish CN characters so far.
-If you want to have a black and white game world that´s fine. Please accept that others have their own ideas though and all have to cooperate within PFS. (And your homegames most likely win a lot when you cooperate there too. We have a very interesting Mummys Mask game going on with an UC summoner and an undead eidolon, who wants to head the call of Urgathoa, and a calistrian warpriest and life oracle on the other side, who want to defend life and especially the living, for various reasons. Not to mention that there are cursed half-undead party members, what makes channeling positive energy very difficult often.)

Certainly some good stuff here. But Raistlin was all the way evil.

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There can be only one smurf!

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Mark Stratton wrote:
Being passionate is no excuse to impugn the character of others.

Excuse no. But I'm hoping a reason that others can understand and forgive.

Lets move past the impugning and move on to the potential solutions.

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Mark Stratton wrote:

I will apologize, Jon, if I've been condescending - I certainly didn't mean to be. I have to believe, somehow, this is going to get worked out. If not, I'll be quick to say I was wrong.

But, I just ask that folks (not just on this thread but all of them, really) express themselves with a little less...vitriol (maybe that's not the right word.) As I told Andy, I'm happy to help, I really am, but not if someone is going to repay my help by biting my head off. :-)

At any rate, I'll try to work toward a positive solution. It's not my area, but as a VC, I have a responsibility to help improve the overall program.

Hang in there.

Thanks Mark.

I also want to apologize for any tone I may have conveyed.

This has been a very emotional couple of days for us up here in the Frosty North.

While I don't know that I can speak for everyone in MN, I do know that some have cried, some have been on the verge of tears, and many are extremely angry and dissapointed.

This convention--Skal Con--is a labor of love for us. And sitting on unstable and confusing grounds is certainly disenfranchising.

Hopefully soon, we will have an equitable solution commensurate to the size and scope of the event. One that doesn't inadvertently lump it into a category for which it cannot belong.

I don't know what else to say. Nerves are very RAW up here right now.

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Steven Lau wrote:

Mark and Andrew, there is nothing to indicate in anything she has said since coming up with the "New" rules for Game Day boon, that your regular gaming day event would not qualify.

I can't go into more details here.

I agrre, but I'm sure the intention is not to submit all 48 game days we have per quarter.

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Steven Lau wrote:
Mark Stratton wrote:
For me, that's somewhere between "regular gaming events" and "Convention." To me, the new "Game Day" fits that bill quite nicely.

Mark, A "Game Day" is any public PFS gaming event. It is not a special category that is slightly less then a convention. So a Game Day is your regular events as long as it is public.

To be fair, when I queried Tonya on exactly this when things were coming down the pipe a few months ago, as I was concerned about our VLS meeting the requirements because our VLS were hired to do something different than is typical of the position, I was told that what you and I call game days were local gatherings.

I'm not sure if this is an idiom thing based on Tonya getting her start in England or not. But I say this to illustrate that when Tonya and the RVCs talk about game days, they are redefining that term. So we should stop conflating the new game day term with the weekly events we put on that we have called game days for years.

So while I'm on board with all the MN crew who are in here complaining about Skal Con being relegated to Game Day, it certainly isn't really helping our argument when we conflate the new game day with our weekly store gatherings.

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Jared,

As far as I'm aware, as long as you gave Mike enough lead time, and your Con met the requirements, you got support.

In my 4-1/2 years as VO up here, we have yet to have an event denied support. But then we only asked for two or three times a year. For some areas, they may have been denied support due to trying to get it for every gathering they had. And then consistently not reporting a full 15 tables.

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Walter Sheppard wrote:

Well I can't speak for other tables BNW, but the Ultimate Intrigue update will change nothing about how I already run impromptu Diplomacy as a way to avoid confrontation. If someone wants to Diplomacy those kobolds in your example, they're definitely free to try--roleplaying and all--and I'll give them an opportunity to succeed as already detailed in the Core.

And anyone that takes Call Truce will also have the option to use it at the table; most of the time I imagine they'll do it in a more timely fashion--given the feat tax.

I know that's not going to resolve this discussion, but hopefully you now know that 1 person isn't going to add to your headache over it.

I agree. As long as the attempt is made prior to combat actually starting (not just initiative, but actual raining down of attack rolls upon one another). Once combat has actually started, I still plan to use the CRB rules on diplomacy, that it takes 1 minute to do.

If a feat in Ultimate Intrigue allows you to bypass that rule, then specific trumps general.

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Nohwear wrote:
When is the next of these charity cons? It might be helpful for everyone to know how much time you lot have to work with.

September 16-18. Skal Con.

EDIT: For an event space the size of which we rent from Fantasy Flight Games Event Center, for $1,000.00, it would cost us in excess of $3,000.00, minimum, anywhere else.

And that's assuming we could find a space at this late date.

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
Rose by another name and all that. I don't see what the difference is if its just in a name?
The question being if there is a difference in support provided for a gameday versus a convention, and if that difference is meaningful to Jolene.

That is a potential issue. At this point we don't know what the difference is between those two levels of support.

The main issue though, is if our RVC chooses a different location to support for one of his 10 quarterly game days, we would get zero support.

And if there is going to be an exception and a wink, wink, nudge, nudge type situation here, then just make a third Tier of support. A Retail Convention that gets boons but no gift certificates. It ends up being the same thing, just more hoops for us to jump through to make it happen.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Jolene Danner wrote:


We don't want to be a "Game Day with boons" we want to be a Convention. It sounds like it's dumb, but it matters. I plan game days all the time. They don't take me nearly as long as planning this convention that's under threat of Game Day.
Rose by another name and all that. I don't see what the difference is if its just in a name?

Its also an issue of whether we receive any support from Paizo whatsoever.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:

Jolene Danner

Lets see if there's something to get angry about first.

I'm reading the tea leaves here a bit, but it looks to me like the Con/Gameday split is more along the lines of whether they gave someone the keys to the gift certificates and boons or just the boons. You apply to the "gameday" guy because he can hand you the boons and the person higher up the foodchain doesn't have to deal with it. I don't think that sucks boons out of the gameday pool, or that they're even necessarily the same boons. The only difference i see is the lack of gift certificates

Except this is not the case currently.

There has been no communication that would indicate that there is a third tier of support. The Retail Convention.

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Joanna Gore wrote:
Jeffrey Fox said wrote:
I'm just a bit anxious and stressed out because I don't like failing my community and if I can't get them the support they want, when I use to be able to, I feel like I'm failing them. And that kinda sucks.
This exactly sums out how I feel about this situation as well. My region has five yearly retail-based conventions that suddenly aren't conventions. If I can only support two of them, I don't know if the others are going to survive.

This is also how I feel. Relegating conventions that would qualify for the highest level of support to game days that may not get any support simply because of location (retail) saddens me. Especially so because it's a significant charity event.

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Wow, that FAQ really nerfed it. I imagine it's to mitigate too much SAD builds.

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So I'm wondering why a Magus wouldn't be able to use the feat. Just because spell combat works like two doesn't mean the off hand is occupied.

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"You've got some nice stuff here!" Fhlangorn grins with a mean countenance, "It would be a shame for it to break."

Intimidate: 1d20 + 3 ⇒ (2) + 3 = 5

"So I know you are lying! Where do you really meet the thieves!"

And then he grins goofily.

All proud of himself for sussing out the lie, but not realizing he's about as scary as a pip mouse.

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Vinyc Kettlebek wrote:
Andrew Christian wrote:
Obviously, .57% Tar is the missing ingredient.
You couldn't just leave it unknown?

I've had Pryor experience with that and it doesn't turn out well.

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Martin Weil wrote:
Michael Eshleman wrote:
Thread title wrote:
The Vigilante's duel identify in PFS?
Why are vigilantes so combative in PFS, constantly challenging people to duels? Maybe we need to pass anti-dueling laws... ;)
And here I thought it meant that they had to get something cast so they could ritualistically fight themselves, at some point...

Obviously, .57% Tar is the missing ingredient.

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Dennis Gregg wrote:
I thought Season 7 was The Year of Dead Players... Seriously its been pretty bad, for new players that started this game during the early part of of the season it had to be a bit disheartening... Thought I secretly enjoyed it when most of the party failed their will save to what I refer to as "Razmir's Lullaby"... Those that survived were forever imprisoned for treason...

This hasn't been my experience with season 7 at all.

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UndeadMitch wrote:
Andrew Christian wrote:
Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


One word of advice on the idea of content warnings, though.

Please don't let it become a bludgeon to coerce individuals who are not comfortable with certain topics into 'going along with the crowd' under peer pressure.

Unlike 'playing up', sometimes content could be a bit too much for players, and there should be some sort of provision there to mitigate some of the adult nature while at the same time maintaining the sense of adventure.

A different campaign I was with for a few years has had problems with this. But they are trying to handle it.

Not 100% sure what you are saying. But if you use a strict RSVP system and pick the scenarios ahead of time, then players can make the decision on whether to RSVP or not based on the tags.

Then there won't need peer pressure.

Get out of my head Andy! I was thinking pretty much that exact same thing.

Hehe... great minds think alike?

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Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


One word of advice on the idea of content warnings, though.

Please don't let it become a bludgeon to coerce individuals who are not comfortable with certain topics into 'going along with the crowd' under peer pressure.

Unlike 'playing up', sometimes content could be a bit too much for players, and there should be some sort of provision there to mitigate some of the adult nature while at the same time maintaining the sense of adventure.

A different campaign I was with for a few years has had problems with this. But they are trying to handle it.

Not 100% sure what you are saying. But if you use a strict RSVP system and pick the scenarios ahead of time, then players can make the decision on whether to RSVP or not based on the tags.

Then there won't need peer pressure.

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UndeadMitch wrote:
nosig wrote:
Michael Eshleman wrote:
nosig wrote:
actually, sometimes (yeah, it's "rare" or at least "uncommon") even just "normal players" get them too. Not to long ago, in very unusual circumstances, my table won 7 very uncommon race boons. The two non-Judge players picked the "best" ones (a damphir and a ratfolk)... My wife, who does not Judge (ok, she's working on her first star), has won several race boons.

I can only assume that those were supplied out of the pockets of local GMs/VOs.

EDIT: Which by the way is really cool and awesome, but I was under the impression that official prize support only offered race boons to GMs.

EDIT EDIT: Which is probably the case since dhampir was only issued as part of the Beginner Box Bash, and AFAIK ratfolk has only been handed out as a GenCon GM boon.

yep!

but we have actually won race boons on the "wooden coin - roll the dice" thing too. Depends on the Con actually. Sometimes they give out the "special race" boons - it's actually how I got my first Tiefling and Aasimar (back the first time those were Boon-races).

I think the last time race boons were given out as player boons as a part of official PFS prize support was at 2012 at the latest, they had stopped that when I started doing the whole PFS thing in 2013.

Tengu were made available in 2011/2012 season, Kitsune were made available as a player boon in the 2012/2013 season.

I had originally thought that the first round of elemental races were made available to players in 2013/2014, but nope, my records shows that those were GM boons.

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Lau Bannenberg wrote:

If the point of disarming is to disable enemies - it could become a drag, like you fear.

What might be quite entertaining however is a PC who doesn't bring his own weapons, but steals new weapons from enemies every combat. Don't disarm everyone - just disarm someone every combat so you have a weapon.

Bonus points if you get UMD up to the level that you can do the same for wands; grab and use without time to identify.

True story.

Blood Under Absalom:
GM Lamplighter ran this for my slayer, who doesn't have any of the disarm feats. It was the encounter where the team is finding a hotel after getting the invite from the sewers. We were all dirty, sweaty, stinky, and tired. So we decide the first order of business was to bathe.

We all went to the tub room sans weapons and armor, in just robes.

This is the scene where the GM gets to choose where the assassin's get to surprise you. GM Lamplighter, the stinker, had them hiding in the sudsy water in the Tubs.

Cylese, my slayer, preceded to take attacks of opportunity to disarm the ninjas, and use thier weapons against them. She's a two weapon fighter, so she killed two of them with thier own swords. Lots of fun!

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Murdock Mudeater wrote:
andreww wrote:
Fame relates to the total cost of the item, not the upgrade cost.
Then how does that relate to PP bought items?

You still figure out what the total cost of the item would be if you paid cash, and that's the Fame threshold you need if it isn't always available.

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