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Goblin Squad Member. Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game, Modules Subscriber. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco. 532 posts. 1 review. 2 lists. 2 wishlists. 15 Pathfinder Society characters. 1 alias.


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Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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I am very pleased to announce that during last night's Red Moon Eclipse, Joshua Archer completed his 150th game table of Pathfinder Society, earning the rank and privilege of a 5 Star Society Game Master.

Josh is both an amazing GM and a integral member of my team of VO/Organizers here in the Bay Area.

CHEERS!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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Expedition to the Barrier Peaks was a good holiday, but I DON'T want to live there...

After running Wardens, I'm pretty sure that I'll have my fill of Numeria.

I hope some non-techno table scraps get thrown out in 6, for those of us who are not keen on an entire season of it.

Grand Lodge

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Doctor Vaughan.
Paging Doctor Vaughan.
Doctor Vaughan to ICU.

(In order to save lives, he has to stop taking them)

/sad panda

Grand Lodge

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I've always imagined it appearing like damascus steel.

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Let's hope they raise the bar on quality and lower it on price.
Competition is good for the consumer.

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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The situation has been resolved to my (and hopefully everyone's) satisfaction.

I am fond of handling this in-house, especially when I'm at the event.

If you were a player on this table and you'd like to discuss the matter privately with me, my 'door' is always open.

Happy Gaming!

Azmyth

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AD&D at the tender age of 7.

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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No matter where you seek your education, you will ALWAYS be considered one of SF Region's best!

Congratz my friend!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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Hello there.

I am at PaizoCon (my third).

I eat good food, drink good beer and have great fun with good people.

This is Mecca.
Don't miss out next year.

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My Goblins took the terrified, paranoid, sneaky approach.
They managed to creep into the upper floor window quietly and performed a group gourd munching as a walk up call.
It was very funny and terribly effective, but the building remained intact...

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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Bunthazar wrote:

So, without spoiling too much, I recently received a boon from an adventure that allows you to substitute an owlbear companion for a normal bear companion. I was wondering, for those that have seen the boon as well, is there any real benefit to this?

** spoiler omitted **

This post needs spoiler tags all over it!

You don't want to spoil much but then you quote the boon?! This might have been better served by an e-mail to your local Venture-Captain...

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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Thank you!!!

Now, onto star number six!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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BEST KUBLA EVER!

Our numbers aren't in yet, but we came very close to running 200 tables and issuing 80+ new PFS numbers this weekend!

Smooth sailing was assured by our fabulous Captain Andi, First Mate Euan and the amazing PFS-HQ Crew! I had my ears full of great feedback from attendees all weekend long! Thank you all for being the BEST!

A short, random and incomplete list of additional thanks:

* Chris Mortika for making the trip to SF. For rocking six tables in the GM chair and helping with that Monk 'situation' ;) It was awesome to meet and talk with you and I hope we get the chance to do more of that in the future!

* Rand for being the Painlord. Guide, Teacher, Cheerleader, Face Man. He wears lots of hats. His foundation work has paved the way for our community growth and success.

* All of my Lieutenants for being AMAZING!

* Sacramento in the houze!!! Thank you Rich & Brent for you show of support and love for this community! DD's representing!

* The VC of DC. Dan and I both share the accomplishment of 150 sessions this weekend and I'll be paying up on our Super Bowl BBQ bet this week!

* To all my 20+ Coin Game Masters: Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
It is a pleasure to create something special for you each year! Without your efforts and hard work, there would be no Con success stories!

* To the KublaCon Staff (who doubtfully will never read this) for spoiling BAPS rotten! We received every table we asked for and additional space was provided on the fly to handle growth spurts in some of the busier slots! They provided snacks and drinks to my HQ three times a day! They printed HUGE color banners for us to display. They went out of their way to treat us like we were the most important department (true or not) of the convention!

* To Ted & Dawn for coming down to my neck of the woods and bringing the Pathfinder Chronicler experience with you! Dawn you missed one hell of a fun Cards Against Humanity game Sunday night!

* To Laura Thompson of Lone Wolf Development for delivering another year of Hero Lab goodness! The character creation station was once again a BIG HIT and gateway for many first timers! We demo'd (and hopefully sold) several new users on the HL experience.

* To Mark Mensch for another brilliant coin design and the [Super Secret Cannot Be Talked About Project] that will be revealed in July.

I can count the hours of sleep I managed to get, on one hand.
I definitely have the broken condition!

~@~

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In my opinion, assigning positions, tasks and modifiers to player characters for use in ship v ship combat is only part the equation.

After several rounds of testing the provided rules in the AP, it was obvious that I needed to find something else to save my campaign. A ship board campaign with beer & pretzel rules was not gonna cut it.

I tested several other systems (from Trafalgar to Pirates of the Spanish Main) and none fit my needs without considerable modification work. Along comes the resurrection (kickstarter) of Razor Coast and with it an absolute gem of a rule book called Fire as She Bears by Lou Agresta and John Ling. If you look at Feros' 5 star review, he breaks it down chapter by chapter. This is the 'drop-in' system I'd been searching for.

Thank you Lou for in depth conversations/sounding board sessions while you were in development.

If you are running or playing the Skull & Shackles AP, adding this to your game is the best $10/$20 you could spend!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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Burlingame, CA (San Francisco Airport)

The Bay Area Pathfinder Society convention season exploded right out of the gate with DundraCon in February. We followed that up in Fresno, putting the power of PFS to good use at Bookwyrm Con in March. We traveled up to Conquest SAC to support our Sacramento siblings in April.

BUT now it’s MAY and time to bring it home! PFS at Kubla Con looks to be bigger than ever this year and we want to blow our previous Organized Play attendance records into a distant memory! The Kubla Family has provided BAPS with an amazing level of support and ever more table space to accommodate our incredible community growth! We asked our die hard players about their favorite scenarios and we’re offering them for new-player scenarios with our best PFS Ambassador GMs at those tables. We also have a ton of additional tables lined up with this season’s story arcs and new modules ready to go for our experienced community members, as well as a selection of older stuff for those that might have missed it in the past.

Joshua Archer is heading up expansion into the Young people and Teen Room area and we are offering more PFS there than ever before. We’re even adding a line of Beginner Box tables out front to let players sample an encounter before heading in to the full scale PFS area.

The Ruins of Bonekeep Part 1: The Silent Grave

  • Paizo's own Jason Bulhman presents one of the most challenging experiences in Pathfinder Society history - The Ruins of Bonekeep! We will be running the first level of this multi-part dungeon, "The Silent Grave," at this year's KublaCon.
    Be warned - the dangers within this event are intense and not everyone is guaranteed to make it out alive! But those that conquer the dungeon will reap great rewards. Don't miss out on this very rare opportunity to experience a unique and exciting dungeon within the Pathfinder Society!

The GM rewards:
Once again this year we have GM rewards. While all of our community members contribute in some way, GMs are what allow us to offer so many opportunities to so many. The amount of preparation that goes into making even a single table happen can make your head spin and our GMs do it over and over again, providing an AMAZING gaming experience for everyone.

GM 3 tables and Earn a Free Badge! To do this, though, I need you signed up by May 1st so we can make sure your badge is ready for you come convention time. If you have questions, or if you’ve never GMed before but would like to try your hand, please contact us at bapsconorganizers@gmail.com

GM 5 Tables: A crowd favorite, we will have the AWESOME 2013 BAPS coins for our judges that go that extra step and judge FIVE or more tables.

Pathfinder Scenarios on the KublaCon Calendar:
(Over 200 Tables? Oh Yeah!!)

Ruins of Bonekeep, Level 1: The Silent Grave (3-7)

  • Paizo's own Jason Bulhman presents one of the most challenging experiences in Pathfinder Society history - The Ruins of Bonekeep! We will be running the first level of this multi-part dungeon, "The Silent Grave," at this year's KublaCon.

    Be warned - the dangers within this event are intense and not everyone is guaranteed to make it out alive! But those that conquer the dungeon will reap great rewards. Don't miss out on this very rare opportunity to experience a unique and exciting dungeon within the Pathfinder Society!

Pathfinder Society Sanctioned Modules:

  • We Be Goblins (1-2)*
  • Crypt of the Everflame (1-2)
  • Fangwood Keep (3-5)
  • Cult of the Ebon Destroyers (7-9)

Pathfinder Society Scenarios:

Low Tier

  • 0-01: Silent Tide (1-5)
  • 0-05: Mists of Mwangi (1-5)
  • 0-06: Black Waters (1-5)
  • 0-07: Among the Living (1-7)
  • 1-35: Voice in the Void (1-7)
  • 1-51: The City of Strangers I - The Shadow Gambit (1-7)
  • 1-52: The City of Strangers II - The Twofold Demise (1-7)
  • 2-11: The Penumbral Accords (1-5)
  • 2-15: Shades of Ice I - Written in Blood (1-5)
  • 2-17: Shades of Ice II - Exiles of Winter (1-5)*
  • 2-19: Shades of Ice III - Keep of the Huscarl King (1-5)
  • 3-01: The Frostfur Captives (1-5)
  • 3-07: Echoes of the Overwatched (1-5)
  • 4-01: Rise of the Goblin Guild (1-5)
  • 4-07: Severing Ties (1-5)
  • 4-11: The Disappeared (1-5)
  • 4-15: The Cyphermage Dilemma (1-5)
  • 4-18: The Veteran's Vault (1-5)
  • 4-19: The Night March of Kalkamedes (1-5)

Mid Tier

  • 2-06: The Heresy of Man I - The First Heresy (5-9)
  • 2-07: The Heresy of Man II - Where Dark Things Sleep (5-9)
  • 2-09: The Heresy of Man III - Beneath Forgotten Sands (5-9)
  • 3-02: Sewer Dragons of Absalom (3-7)
  • 3-25: Storming the Diamond Gate (3-7)
  • 4-02: In Wrath's Shadow (3-7)
  • 4-03: The Golemworks Incident (5-9)
  • 4-05: The Sanos Abduction (3-7)
  • 4-06: The Green Market (5-9)
  • 4-09: The Blakros Matrimony (3-7)
  • 4-13: Fortress of the Nail (5-9)
  • 4-14: My Enemy's Enemy (3-7)
  • 4-16: The Fabric of Reality (5-9)
  • 4-17: Tower of the Ironwood Watch (5-9)
  • 4-EX: Day of the Demon (3-7)

High Tier

  • 2-04: Shadows Fall on Absalom
  • 2-08: The Sarkorian Prophecy
  • 3-26: Portal of the Sacred Rune (7-11)
  • 4-04: King of the Storval Stairs (7-11)
  • 4-08: The Cultist's Kiss (7-11)
  • 4-10: Feast of Sigils (7-11)
  • 4-12: The Refuge of Time (7-11)
  • 4-20: Words of the Ancients (7-11)

Thornkeep:

  • The Accursed Halls (1-2)
  • The Forgotten Laboratory (2-4)
  • The Enigma Vaults (3-5)
  • The Dark Menagerie (5-7)
  • Sanctum of a Lost Age (6-8)

Young Players Room

  • Kids Track-Beginner Box (learn to play)
  • 0-05 Mists of Mawangi (1-5)
  • We Be Goblins (1-2)

Teen Room

  • 0-05 Mists of Mawangi (1-5)
  • 3-01 The Frostfur Captives (1-5)
  • 3-02 Sewer Dragons of Absalom (3-7)
  • We be Goblins (1-2)

Join us for the BAPS event of the year!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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[BREAKING NEWS]

Your friendly neighborhood Venture Captain from SF Region will be visiting/attending ConQuest Sacramento Saturday evening and playing all day Sunday!

I will happily throw an additional (off schedule) table of Day of the Demon on Sunday, for any of the overflow players who don't get seated on Josh or Venus' tables the day before!

Looking forward to meeting many new players and seeing old friends!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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Will Johnson wrote:
Michael Azzolino wrote:

Just in case anyone is paying attention...

I'll see you for the afternoon slot. 8O

It was great seeing you, Cory, and Cherry Pie! Thanks so much for coming down. Thank God you did, too. You were a life-saver picking up that extra table of Day of the Demon.

We all had a great time! I enjoyed the trip down and my table of the Special was a lot of fun! I've written a letter to the Head Librarian for the county, thanking them for allowing the Con to happen and encouraging growth for next year!

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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My 'grain of salt' moment.

These are MY important qualities that matter in the big chair:
(your results may vary)

1) Strong/Confident Communication.

2) Good Storytelling.

3) Broad vision.

4) Good Character/Voice Acting.

5) Balanced/Fair Decision Making.

6) Solid Rules Understanding.

7) Understanding the Spirit of the Game.

Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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Please join me in welcoming Josh McIllwain aka ThreeEyedSloth to the rank and position of VL of Bakersfield California!

His promotion comes just in time for his first official event taking place March 9-10.
If you're in the area, make the trip there and congratulate him in person! ;)

~@~

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I second the Captain's sentiment.

I too like the fiction, but feel it could be released electronically and replaced with content necessary to the AP.

For example: Had Serpent Skull been reinforced with additional maps and content to strengthen continuity, it would have been a better AP across the board.

I don't want to debate cost, no one on the outside, has any clue...

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Campaign Began: 06/22/2010

Charles Hernanadez - Whisper Maphone' - Archer/Rogue/Cleric
Elizabeth Miller - Lulati Tippypit - Gnome Druid of Gozreh
Shaen McGee - Cormyr - Witch (Joined game in Book 2)
Ryan Rivers - Quel Spyralshot - Halfling Bard (Left Game in Book 4)
Bryan Soshea - Evan al'Baba - Halfling Paladin of Erastil
Robert Trifts - Ramilien D’Rattan - Human Wizard

Campaign Finish: 02/09/2013

Yesterday's game session marked the final epic battle with the Fey Queen, Narissa. My heroes persevered in the face of a 'Ground Hog Day' looping reality, surrounded by the exhausting chaos of temporal uncertainty. Her defeat came after several 'cat n mouse' sessions through the Fable. She had studied her opponents for years and catered her tactics to them, but faced with overwhelming power and the fully awakened artifact Briar was eventually too much for her.

The Teleporatation Trap that never made it out of editing, was completed reconceived and inserted back into my game. I decided that a key part of the Chaos of Fey magic would be expressed through manipulation of time/space. My Narissa had a back-up plan just in case the players were successful in untethering 1000 Breaths from 1000 Oaks.
All transportation and temporal magics were effected once the 'bomb' went off. Spell target destinations (location and time) became an unpredictable variable completely removing my player's complacency for teleporting all over the realms. And like astronauts traveling at light speeds, when it had run its course the characters had lost 11 years relative to the realm.

I would estimate that 70% of our KM campaign was additional custom content. [My players started calling me Chris Claremont!] I ramped up the political/national intrigue and tension by a Spinal Tap factor of 11. I also developed a separate personal storyline for each player, influenced by their written background and primary motivations. We managed to cover most of the written plot devices in all the books with two exceptions: 1) In the hexploration of book 2, I provided my players with too many distractions for exploration. As a result they never made it down to the Lair of the Lizard King, who grew in power unmolested by my players. 2) At the start of book 5, our campaign had dramatically advanced state of the war in the region and I found it impossible to run the Rushlight Tournament.

I chose transparent mechanics for kingdom building, allowing my players to understand (and inevitably) game the system with amazing success. I wanted my player's kingdom to be strong and reflect their personalities and I'm completely confident with the outcome.

This campaign was the first test-bed for hi-bred play. I had one player on the eastern side of Canada, one player in southern California and the remaining three in the room with me in northern California. I wanted to develop a system of playing that utilized technology to assist playing the conventional method, not replace it. Three years and five ongoing campaigns later, I think we were successful.

This is one of the best game I've ever run. I want to thank Paizo (James Jacobs) for creating an AP that brought out my strengths as a game master.

Thank you Rob McCreary (James Jacobs) for Grigori. Best NPC of the AP!

Thank you Greg Vaughan (James Jacobs) for Vordacai and the best butt-pucker combat of the AP.

This was the first time in at least two decades that Steel_Wind played outside his regular group and I want to thank you coming along for the ride!

I want to thank the Merry Prankster (aka The Little Pally) for letting me help you kick 4e cold turkey and come play with the cool kids!

I want to thank my woman for letting us take over our home and lives every Thursday night for the last three years! And for being the wildest, most insane, Ettin riding, Chaos Seeking Druid the realms have ever seen!

Shaeno! Thanks for absorbing the remotely abuse and moving back to California in mid-game.

I have plotted out 100 years of the kingdom's advancement and have plenty of plot lines to flesh out in the future! I intend for us to revisit these characters again in 10 years of realm time passing and then once again in 50. Beyond that, who knows?

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FGW

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Sunday Jan. 20th 6-8 pm PST
[Google Hangout]

We are launching our LIVE bi-weekly format this Sunday! These unedited, talk-show style shows will feature industry & listener guest appearances, gaming news and current events. These additional episodes will compliment our regular review format and archives will be posted to YouTube.

Add Azmyth to your Google+ friends.

Chronicles LIVE! EP 001

  • Razor Coast w/ Lou Agresta, Greg Vaughan & Nick Logue.
  • GenCon Interactive chat with Thurston Hillman.

    If you have questions for the RC Team, please send them to us!

    PM on these boards
    azmyth@d20radio.com

    Skype ID:
    Justice Radio

    Check back :30 before the show for page link.

  • Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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    Great update. Serious linkage!

    Mike - Thank you for a bringing solid leadership and vision to the OP.

    /raises obscenely large beer

    Here's to another great year of Society Play!

    ~@~

    Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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    DunDraCon 37

    When: Feb 15th-18th, 2013
    Where: 2600 Bishop Drive • San Ramon, California 94583 USA

    DDC37 Home Page

    Judge three slots for a free Convention Badge!

    [Pathfinder Society Ambassador]
    Please volunteer between slots -- sit and chat and hang, and help people get where they need to go. Teach them about our community, help us all out and get GM credit toward a free badge.

    PLAYER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN.

    Register with Warhorn and with the DunDraCon convention, and when your membership clears with DunDraCon, you will be activated to schedule into the games! If you are interested in Judging, please register with Warhorn and email Joshua Archer to activate your account for registration.

    For more information about judging Pathfinder or the Bay Area Pathfinder Society's other events and locations, please contact:
    Joshua Archer = joshua (at) iocari (dot) com.
    Michael Azzolino = azmyth (at) d20radio (dot) com.

    Join us at the Bay Area Pathfinder Society:
    B.A.P.S Home Page
    B.A.P.S. Mailing List

    The Bay Area Pathfinder Society will be running the following scenarios and modules at DunDraCon 2013:

    Pathfinder Society Scenarios:

    Introductory:

    Intro 1: First Steps—Part I: In Service to Lore (New 1st Level Characters)
    Intro 2: First Steps—Part II: To Delve the Dungeon Deep (New 1st Level Characters)
    Intro 3: First Steps—Part III: A Vision of Betrayal (New 1st Level Characters)

    Low Tier Scenarios:

    3-01: The Frostfur Captives (T1-5)
    3-05: Tide of Twilight (T1-5)
    3-07: Echoes of the Overwatched (T1-5)
    3-09: The Quest for Perfection, Part 1: The Edge of Heaven (T1-5)
    3-11: The Quest for Perfection, Part 2: On Hostile Waters (T1-5)
    3-18: The God's Market Gamble (T1-5)
    3-19: The Icebound Outpost (T1-5)
    3-21: The Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment (T1-5)
    3-23: The Goblinblood Dead (T1-5)
    3-EX: The Cyphermage Dilemma (T1-5)
    4-01: Rise of the Goblin Guild (T1-5)
    4-07: Severing Ties (T1-5)
    4-11: The Disappeared (T1-5)

    Mid Tier Scenarios:

    3-02: Sewer Dragons of Absalom (T3-7)
    4-02: In Wrath's Shadow (T3-7)
    4-05: The Sanos Abduction (T3-7)
    4-09: The Blakros Matrimony (T3-7)
    4-14: My Enemy's Enemy (T3-7)
    4-EX: Day of the Demon (T3-7)
    3-03: The Ghenett Manor Gauntlet (T5-9)
    3-10: The Immortal Conundrum (T5-9)
    3-12: Wonders in the Weave, Part I: The Dog Pharaoh's Tomb (T5-9)
    3-14: Wonders in the Weave, Part 2: Snakes in the Fold (T5-9)
    3-24: The Golden Serpent (T5-9)
    4-03: The Golemworks Incident (T5-9)
    4-06: The Green Market (T5-9)
    4-13: Fortress of the Nail (T5-9)

    High Tier Scenarios:

    3-20: The Rats of Round Mountain, Part 1: The Sundered Path (T7-11)
    3-22: The Rats of Round Mountain, Part 2: Pagoda of the Rat (T7-11)
    3-26: Portal of the Sacred Rune (T7-11)
    4-04: King of the Storval Stairs (T7-11)
    4-08: The Cultist's Kiss (T7-11)
    4-10: Feast of Sigils (T7-11)
    4-12: The Refuge of Time (T7-11)

    Sanctioned Modules:

    Pathfinder Module: City of Golden Death (T4-6)
    Pathfinder Module: Feast of Ravensmoor (T2-4)
    Pathfinder Module: Murder's Mark (T1-2)
    Pathfinder Module: The Harrowing (T8-10)
    Pathfinder Module: We Be Goblins! (T1)

    SPECIAL: Thornkeep -- Pathfinder Online Kickstarter Reward modules premiered at DunDraCon!

    Thornkeep: The Accursed Halls (T1-2) ** Warning, this is reporting back as dangerous/deadly. Be advised.
    Thornkeep: The Enigma Vaults (T3-5)
    Thornkeep: The Forgotten Laboratory (T2-4)

    Join the fastest growing gaming community at the longest running convention in the heart of California!

    Live 2 Game.
    Game 2 Live.

    ~@~

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    Harrison wrote:
    Completing one book of an Adventure Path sounds like something that would qualify for a good Greater Trial.

    I completely disagree. That is a relatively mundane achievement that (almost) every character who starts the AP will complete. Trials are supposed to be special and rare.

    MiniGM wrote:

    Anyone have any?

    First one that comes to mind is the classic minotaurs labyrinth. But of course at the center is a Mcguffin that can stop a plague ravaging the world. Or close a portal releasing demons. The trial therefore being to get the item, having to slay th emythic Minotaur and close the portal, most likely battling through an army of demons and the mythic summoner that opened it.

    Something like that.

    <> Solving one of Golarion's Great Mysteries:

    * The Death/Disappearance of Aroden.
    * What caused the Eye of Abendago?
    * Were is Archmage Nex?

    <> Becoming a Nation or Faction Leader.

    <> Becoming a Member of the Decemvirite.

    <> Playing with the Starstone and not dying.

    <> Sealing the World Wound. (Okay, maybe that one is too big...)

    <> Destroying a God's Avatar. (Also pretty HUGE...)

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    The GrumpyGM drinks
    Arrogant Bastard Ale

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    [S-P-O-I-L-E-R-I-F-I-C]
    (You've been warned!)

    It's a nursery rhyme, not a fairy tale.
    But it fits the Wisp's of Candlemere.

    "Twinkle, twinkle little star.
    How I wonder what you are?"

    The top of the Tower contains an ancient astronomer's observatory.
    The ceilings painstakingly painted with the constellations of the region.
    A dilapidated mechanism of gears and tracks, once opened a section of roof to allow star view.

    Nyrissa's influence in the region has reach beyond the Fey. She visits the Wisp's dreams.
    She feeds their hunger and shows the illusion of affection.
    She refers to them, playfully as "Her little Stars".
    They start believing it and take on the role.

    Enjoy.

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    Full Frontal Wayfinder

    Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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    "Over my dead body"

    Grand Lodge ***** Venture-Captain, California—San Francisco aka Azmyth

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    Is your appetite for amazing gaming at Pacificon already completely out of control?!
    Hopefully this teaser will put you over the top!

    By a show of hands, how many of you old-skool players remember the 'A' series of modules TSR released back in '80-'82?
    A1-A4 aka the Slavers Series were filled with the iconic artwork of Jeff Dee, Erol Otus, and Jim Halloway.

    I've been conspiring for years to do a conversion project for these timeless classic adventures, but never got around to it. Until NOW!

    Introducing the Pacificon Exclusive Event:

    "Return to the Slave Pits of the UnderCity"

    A Pathfinder RPG Module for 6th Level Characters
    All Dwarven Forge Maps!

    Featuring adventure design and maps by Proving Ground Productions.

    If you don't make it to Pacificon, you'll miss your only opportunity to experience it!

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