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I have a Level 2 Brawler (Jerrid T'Clur) that I can take.

Arin Qualnoh wrote:

Great! I have this idea for a creepy gnome... joking joking.

The interesting thing about starfinder is that I don't feel so invested in classes or races that such preferences hinder open character concepts. So I might throw out some pretty random concepts and see where it lands.

hehe... here is a character concept for you. Here!

Banesama wrote:

I have these characters available.

L2 Fighter
L2 Unchained Monk
L2 Hydrokineticist
L2 Brawler

hehe... It just happens all of my available characters are Level 2. I've never played Silent Tide, so it would be a new experience for me if I win one of the spots.

I also just got a L2 Magus that became free.

I have these characters available.

L2 Fighter
L2 Unchained Monk
L2 Hydrokineticist
L2 Brawler

hehe... It just happens all of my available characters are Level 2. I've never played Silent Tide, so it would be a new experience for me if I win one of the spots.

I think he was wounded by 4 points. He has HP 11/7 written down. Perhaps he can separate his HP and AC with |.

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El Garrapata wrote:
GM Chyro wrote:
I haven't fully read it just yet. What kind of 'mad' are we talking of here?
He's a clone of the Tick, so loud pronunciations of 'profound' wisdom and frequent misinterpretation of actual hostile intent as being "just a little friendlier than most."


https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Vdj88ANPhPYw0PA1arfBh0G9gqOeqHGif_t SWFutIvs/edit?usp=sharing

Yeah. It put a space between f_t and S.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Vdj88ANPhPYw0PA1arfBh0G9gqOeqHGif_t SWFutIvs/edit?usp=sharing

Still put a space there as a URL code.

2nd part of the Outpost convention is taking place. So most regular GMs are probably busy with that.

Wylka thinks to himself, "Too bad I don't have that purifying water spell prepared. Could win this with ease then."

"I'll just provide moral support for those that will enter the contest. I don't believe I would be successful at competing in this type of contest."

GM Ietsuna wrote:
I am looking to run another game to GM myself. Will be core 1-5, but just working out what to run. Anyone want anything in particular. I have seasons 4, 5 and 6.

I have both a L2 Core Cleric and a L2 Core Sorcerer available.

Will do the attack aid thing also.

Melee Attack: 1d20 + 2 ⇒ (14) + 2 = 16

This is the first place to look for a PFS game. A warning though, games usually fill up quickly.

Hasn't mustered yet:
Line 40 | Assault on the Kingdom of the Impossible

Bigguyinblack wrote:
Does the special count against our 3 game limit?

Wow... I completely missed that. Shows I need not to be in such a rush to sign up for events like this. Went back and took my name off a couple to make sure I am not signed up for more than 3 games.

Redelia wrote:
Please do not try to sign up for the special yet. More details on that will be coming soon.

hehe... looks like you are too late. Some of the games are already filled up. I'll wait for the official post though to sign up for some games.

I'm interested in Subtier 1-2.

I have two existing characters available now. A Level 1.2 Warpriest and a Level 1.1 Magus.

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The Silverhex Chronicles

I'm playing a half-orc barbarian that runs around with an earthbreaker and a fellow player of mine, she is playing a timid wizard that doesn't like violence. Some very good internal party roleplaying with this group.

Well we just spoiled an assassination attempt on an NPC we came to trade/protect. We managed to surround them and proceeded to take them down one by one. The last assassin, which was a Halfling who decided to flee. He started to run and my barbarian chased him down. I wasn't raging at the moment, so I offered him a chance to surrender. Foolishly he didn't. So I swung my massive weapon and what do you know, I rolled a critical hit and did 48 damage. Splattering the poor halfling's remains all over the timid wizard who was standing nearby. She fainted and our bard just started laughing.

Grumbaki wrote:

In person I find 4 person groups to be great. Plenty of ‘screen time’ for everyone. Plenty of danger. It goes quickly.

The biggest table I was in was 8 people. Hated it. Not enough RP, and it was a race to kill things. Just an unmanageable table size.

PbP is different. With 6 people and the lag time, there are enough people to keep things moving along. Just need to be willing to bot players so the games don’t come crashing to a halt.

Pretty much depends on the group. I've been in some that were combat heavy, others that were 50/50 combat/RP, and I have been in some where the RP was so heavy ( a lot in internal party RPing) that we didn't have a combat in 3 sessions because of it.

Sounds interesting. Like Fobok above, I often played FR or homebrew when it came to D&D 1E to 4E. I have not played 5E and don't even own the PhB for it. So I would be more interested with Pathfinder ruleset.

Some advice, in my experience with running the old modules. Core rules dealing with races/classes work much better.

Always preferred 6 players myself. That was the way we played back in the 80's and 90's. I believe it was 3E that implemented the 4 player scenarios which I never liked. My old groups were always 6-8 players.

Lucifer Belthrue is my Unchained Rogue. So that would make 11 on your list, allowing Far Arminas to be 12.

I've been wanting to play this from beginning to end.

I have 3 characters I can choose from.

Lucifer Belthrue Level 1.1
Unchained Rogue
PFS# 138079-6

Nuethro Hisk Level 1.1
Unchained Monk
PFS# 138079-7

Vello Tiskan Level 1.2
PFS# 138079-8

2d6 + 4 ⇒ (3, 6) + 4 = 13
2d6 + 4 ⇒ (5, 3) + 4 = 12
2d6 + 4 ⇒ (6, 5) + 4 = 15
2d6 + 4 ⇒ (1, 2) + 4 = 7

18,15,13,12,7,6 (+2 racial bonus somewhere)

I'm thinking of a Human Ninja that would be an Acrobatic performer. Never actually played a Ninja, so would be new for me.

Banesama wrote:

If Classic:

Hskoro Tailfeather, a Nagaji Fighter 2 (Built to be a Tank)
Juis Helfro, a Human Oracle of Lore 1

If Core:
Hudor Nero, a Human (Water) Sorcerer 1

@ Barebates: It is PFS.

Will use Hskoro Tailfeather is accepted.

Lynn Kuro wrote:
Not 100% sure the differences between Classic and Core's yet, but I've got a level 3 Bard That'd be game for a new scenario.

Since Lynn is a Kitsune, definitely Classic. Core just means Core Ruleset. Basically meaning Core Races/Classes only.

If Classic:
Hskoro Tailfeather, a Nagaji Fighter 2 (Built to be a Tank)
Juis Helfro, a Human Oracle of Lore 1

If Core:
Hudor Nero, a Human (Water) Sorcerer 1

@ Barebates: It is PFS.

I have 4 characters that are available now. I have not played any of the Emerald Spire.

Hskoro Tailfeather | Fighter 2
Juis Helfro | Oracle 1
Nuethro Hisk | Unchained Monk 1
Dark Schnyder | Magus 1

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Congrats Chobo, may you die a blightful death. :P

Good luck to all.

Interested. All my 4E experience was with homebrewed adventures, so never played any of the campaigns.

Bela Varaszlo wrote:
Level 1 wizard (necromancer, but the good kind of necromancer!)

Knew a 'good' necromancer once that made a successful business by running a brothel of undead. Zombies and such, and a few vampire 'independents'. Found it very funny and creative if not morbid.

My submission for Scarlet Blood:


Scarlet was found and adopted by the Blood family. A very minor noble family that are the 'Lords' of the hamlet of Wicken. Even though they were nobles, they had no power or influence to be found in Castorhage nearby. The family is made up Lord Blood and Lady Blood, their two daughters that are both in the mid-20s and finally Scarlet, the adopted youngest child. Even though she was adopted, she was treated very well by the Blood family and are on good terms with all of them.

Early on she showed signs of her ability to manifest water with her mind, which marveled her family but she kept that she was also able to manipulate the blood of others a secret. Afraid such powers would make her an outcast in her family.

Her early childhood was mostly her acting like a tomboy, running around, rough housing, and playing with the boys of the hamlet. Lady Blood wanted her to be more lady-like but Lord Blood only laughed it off. Saying it was just a phase.

Unbeknownst by everyone else, she started stealing from others. It thrilled her and she would often slip out of her home at night and burgle houses in the hamlet and pickpocket a few things from travelers that moved through. One day she managed to steal a book that later turned out to be a spellbook with a few spells in it. She found she was able to understand it after a few weeks of reading it and tested it out. She kept it a secret that she was able to cast spells from everyone until she turned '20' where she revealed to her father that she was able to cast spells. This surprised him but he realized that the small hamlet was too small for her and instructed her to travel to the city. Somewhat reluctantly she agreed and prepared to go to the city with her father sponsoring her, for what it is worth and telling her to head to his friend's shop and that he should help her setup.

Build Overview:

Classes (Archetypes): Hydrokineticist (Blood Kineticist) / Magus (Bladebound) / Unchained Rogue
Altered Changeling Race: Dreamthief
Deformity: The pupils of your eyes resemble a cat’s, and beasts cannot abide your presence. You take a –2 penalty on Handle Animal and Ride checks.
Campaign Trait: Mirror Marked


"When the Black Camel comes for me, I'm not going to go kicking and screaming - I am, however, going to try to talk my way out of it. No, no, you want the other Walter Slovotsky." – Joel Rosenberg

Really interesting and it has been a few years since I have taken part in a solo campaign.

I'm thinking of a Blood Kineticist/Bladebound Magus/Unchained Rogue. Will work on a background and such this weekend.

Chyrone wrote:
Banesama wrote:
Had one that was almost level 3, but unfortunately he was killed by a critical hit from a minotaur. And he was my favorite character too. :(
A lvl 2 participating in Confirmation?


lol.. wish I had a character in that level range. Unfortunately my highest level characters are still level 2. Had one that was almost level 3, but unfortunately he was killed by a critical hit from a minotaur. And he was my favorite character too. :(

4d6 ⇒ (1, 5, 3, 3) = 12 = 11
4d6 ⇒ (4, 1, 5, 2) = 12 = 11
4d6 ⇒ (4, 1, 6, 4) = 15 = 14
4d6 ⇒ (2, 3, 3, 6) = 14 = 12
4d6 ⇒ (1, 6, 5, 4) = 16 = 15
4d6 ⇒ (3, 4, 2, 4) = 13 = 11

17 points.
Adjusted for 25 points:

Strength 14
Dexterity 11
Constitution 16 (+2 Dwarf)
Intelligence 12
Wisdom 18 (+2 Dwarf)
Charisma 10 (-2 Dwarf)

Gold: 2d6 ⇒ (4, 6) = 10 x 10 = 100.

Will work on a Mountain Dwarf Druid.

Are we using Traits?

Sounds interesting. I always wanted to play a 'modern-day' like engineer that is put in a fantasy type setting.

I'm thinking about a Hume Engineer.

Sounds interesting. I've done PFS less that a year, so a lot of the scenarios I have never played. I also prefer longer plots with the same characters mostly. You can get more interparty roleplaying that is mostly lacking in regular PFS games.

I was a military brat as a kid, so spam was a common feature in my childhood. Had many fried spam sandwiches. My parents were from NC, so grits were common too. Last time I had spam though, about 15 years ago when I was in my mid 20's I got some spam to eat and either I stopped liking it or they changed something.

I always find playing dwarven druids fun.

Remember, GM said Core Races and Classes only in original post. So some of you will have to rethink on what you want to play.

@ That Sean Fellow: Nothing wrong with having two people playing the same race/class. In fact, having two dwarven barbarians flanking an enemy or forming a line of defense is a strong strategy.

I wonder how many people have PFS characters 15+ in level. I don't have any near that level.

I'm working on a Scarlet Spider Unchained Rogue 4/Earth Druid 1. With Finesse Training (Bite) she will do around 1d3+7+poison damage before enchantments like Magic Fang spell.

When you first create your profile in can take a few minutes (or longer) to finish it. But after that it doesn't take that much work to keep it up to date if you make changes when they are needed. Adding 1 level at a time just requires very little work.

After thinking it through, I think a Scarlet Spider Unchained Rogue would be cool. I'll see about creating that tonight.

Whatever works for group balance. I think it would be fun to play a Faerie Dragon, but if there is a CR restriction or something like that, then I'll go with another type of familiar. I'm still looking at the Mephits also.

Long time ago, I once played a Wizard that had 6 different types of Mephit familiars. They were fun to roleplay. Had them look like tiny elemental female fairies.

Yeah. Faerie dragon gets a lot of racial spells, those high ability scores, Spell Resistance, and a couple of immunities. I can see them being treated with racial levels.

I used the Hero Lab software and created a Wizard like normal then gave him a Faerie Dragon familiar. The Str 9, Dex 17, Con 13, Int 16, Wis 14, Cha 16 scores came up like was above.

It was mentioned before, but it is a good question. How will be handle the 15 point buy for attributes and racial modifiers?

Example is the Faerie Dragon has -1 STR, +7 DEX, +3 CON, +6 INT, +4 WIS, +6 CHA.
You add in 15 point buy and you have some really high attributes.

Also levels. Will racial levels be in effect? A Faerie Dragon would be a level 3 race, leaving 2 free levels for class.

There is a Clockwork Familiar. 2 types actually. One type allows for Item Installation. Both forms take the shape of a mechanical raven.

I've played in a game once where I was a human familiar of a Bronze Dragon.

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