So, in the interests of making my game a bit more portable I've been putting all my bad guys into HeroLab. When I got to Barl, I notice that under SQ in his stat block it says Thassilonian Specialist. If I add that archetype is spells per level goes up by one more than shown in the block. Anyone else found a problem with him, or is this a HeroLab glitch?
OK, so to confirm for the mildly confounded...
#1-I am currently running RotRL as a home game with standard PFRPG characters. After the players finish Thistletop I can give them (and myself) a Chronicle Sheet for "Burnt Offerings" that may be applied to any 3rd through 5th level PFS character in their inventory.
#2-Then after they finish Foxglove Manor I can give out "The Skinsaw Murders" Chronicle Sheet. It can be applied to any 4th to 6th level PFS character. It does not have to be applied to the same one that received the "Burnt Offerings" sheet.
#3-In either case, the Society characters that get the Chronicle Sheets for sanctioned Adventure Path content can still be played normally in Society scenarios and sanctioned modules. Or other sanctioned Adventure Paths for that matter.
Are these assumptions correct?
I've been asked to edit this to hide the spoiler. Sorry, I wasn't thinking.
Ok, so there is a +1 mithral pepperbox rifle hidden in the Enigma Vaults.
I know that advanced firearms are not allowed in Society play, but there it is.
I know it is broken, but someone with the Gunsmithing feat can repair a firearm with an hours work.
I know it isn't on the Chronicle sheet, so they can't keep it even if they do fix it.
The question is- IF a Gunslinger fixes the weapon while playing the level, can they use it for the duration of The Enigma Vaults?
To:Paracountess Zarta Dralneen,
This situation is unfortunate. And it sounds as though you may have allowed this to progress too far to correct it. Especially with the whining of some of the Society members that I'm sure wouldn't have the spine needed to be as blatant in their disrespect if you had not advised us of this possible threat to your position.
In all honesty, you know I'm not sufficiently trustworthy to be given this information. Of all the people you know you can trust, you give me this missive? That is very likely not one of your best thought out plans. Giving me a hint of weakness is akin to giving me a dagger and then turning your back. This also likely applies to more than a few members of our Faction. That whole "might makes right" view of order that the homeland thrives on is alive and well in more than a few of our countrymen here in Absalom. I'd be very careful who else you entrust with this information.
As for myself, at least, you did make the correct choice. After careful consideration I have decided to support you in this little misunderstanding. And as I'm sure you can guess, the decision was based on my own selfish personal interests. If you are displaced I'm sure it would be by someone much less interesting to work for. Being stuck dealing with the same sort of hide-bound, scripture-quoting, sycophant I left Egorian to get away from in the first place does not fill me with joy. You are, regardless of the jealous quips of your detractors, the only reason that working for the Society is actually entertaining. I could pull in a great deal more simply thieving and looting with a crew of my own. But you make dealing for people with scruples tolerable. And as such I'll do what I am able to assist you keep your position.
I will also remind you, I have quite the imagination...
P.S.- Varia says she will support you as well. Again, mostly out of self interest. But she's a good bit more trust worthy than myself.
I think the last encounter in First Steps #1 is the only on avalible for purchase. It is part of the Ambush Sites map pack.
Unfortunately, the big warehouse in #1 is not, as far as I know, available. Which is a bummer because if they sold that one as a flip mat (w/o the hole in the floor. I can draw that in) I'd grab one up. Getting sick of drawing it...
Vic Wertz wrote:
And that will be showing up in my downloads when, good sir?
"Honestly'" sighs the rakishly attired half elf by the window " if I was such a stickler about THE LAW as you lot nothing I ever get set out to do would actually get done. Let me make sure all my priorities are in line here...sex, gold, sex, power, sex, drugs, sex, booze, sex, parties, sex..." Lifting a glass of wine he cracks a mocking smile, "Oh yes, I can work for the Paracountess. Though I find myself in agreement with the orc as to my plans when toiling away here loses its...allure."
Hey! Let's build an escalator on Mt Everest!
There, I suggested it. Now, other ways to get race boons...
Obviously, buy them with prestiege from another character whose Faction could have something to do with the race in question. Want a tiefling? 20 Chelixian PP. Aasimar for 20 Silver Crusade PP. You get the idea. Note that I'm not suggesting the new boon-race character has to be a member of the Faction the points come from, just the player has to earn the points working for that Faction with the original character.
Less obviously, the "if you have all three Chronicles" trick for extra-fancy swag when compleating an entire series could be a good place for something like this. After all, so far I have an axe beak mount and two characters with permenent endure elements from that deal, why not a cool race.
I'm sure there are other ways to do it, those are off the top of my head.
That doesn't make any sense.
So...if he died he didn't get a Chronicle. `Why can't he play it again and get one?
Not trying to be difficult, but it doesn't make a lot of sense.
I got $30.00 off! Yay!
Which means it only cost me half as much as the Rappan Athuk Kickstarter.
Which means I'll get to have food again by....
That all depends on what you intend to do with those beliefs...
Planing on bringing them into my science classroom? Then I will break out my physics book, and proceed to make you look like a fool.
Planing on using them to deny civil rights to a class of people because you think that the way they express thier love is prohibited by your rule book? I will break out my Constitution and make you look like a fool.
Plan to use it to run the country I live in? I will call you on it every time it conflicts with the Constitution, common sense, or the not insignificant number of us out here that don't subscribe to your version of the rule book.
As taxpayers we (agnostics, atheists, deists, and others not believing in whatever rulebook your game plan is running out of)have the right to be represented too. And a lot of us would like some sound policy about things that your rulebook doesn't really cover. Like $4.00/gal gas, domestic spying, border security, and the impending failure of social security. So once we live is a country where all the non-theological issues have been addressed we can see about continuing the not so impressive history of running government like a religion.
On the other hand...
(P.S.- I use the term "rule book" above since I don't want to single out any one group. My disdain for religion in governance, especially in taxpayer funded situations, isn't limited to any one religion. All are equally unwelcome in politics when I already provide de facto funding through their 501c3 status)
Sorry, but I'm gonna weigh in on the side of insensitive feelings-hurters everywhere and say religion has no place in politics. Ever. Pandering to voters beliefs in order to win is repellant in the extreme and should be subject to disdain not only from those of us that don't belive in the invisible friend, but from believers who should be intelligent enough to see the prostitution of faith for what it is-a ploy to win votes.
As a Libertarian I'm a great deal more interested in your energy policy, economic policy, and if you plan on restoring the lost personal liberties from the last fifty years or so of two party rule in this country.
Matthew 6 Today's New International Version
Giving to the Needy
2 "So when you give to the needy, do not announce it with trumpets, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and on the streets, to be honored by others. Truly I tell you, they have received their reward in full.
See, even the rulebook says not to make a spectacle out of it.
So, I lose the mags I have loved since about '79 or so. And I'm to assume it will also be the end of offical Greyhawk material too. Or are they letting you keep using Greyhawk in Pathfinder?