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Scarab Sages ***** RPG Venture-Captain, Illinois—Carbondale aka Disturbed1

Posting here is as good a way as any. I would imagine Mike will likely have seen this thread already, and there have been times when there is enough support for something that he will change his stance and the rule.

That is not to say that will be the case here, but who knows.

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Oh Captain, my captain!

I'll save a seat at the table for you.

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Gary Bush wrote:

To: Acalaphus: I included PDFs in point one because the Resource Tracking Sheet I propose is to show the ownership of all resources, not just the resources a specific character may be using. I also like your idea of signing the book. In fact, I think all members of a household should sign the book. Once I figure out how to edit my own post I will update my proposal.

To Nefreet: Thank you for including the current rule. Very helpful! I did look at the other posts you referenced but none of them address this specific proposal.

To Incendiaeternus and others: You have made me reconsider my view of PDFs. I will think long and hard before I buy the PDF instead of a hardcover because the local gaming stores do need to be supported. But that discussion is off topic and I would ask for everyone to stay on topic.

To Michael Brock: How does my proposal change the current rule? I don’t believe it does. I believe it reinforces it. My proposal is an alternative to having to carry around heavy books for just a page or two of it for a character. The president has already been set for using tracking sheets with the Inventory Track Sheet.

Thank you all for taking the time to post on this thread.

The main problem with this idea (and I think someone else might have suggested this before) is that VOs arent in all places that players are, and allowing this sort of thing could be seen as unfair to those who dont.

Personally, I do like the idea, but iirc thats why it was shot down last time.

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*golf clap*

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Live Bait wrote:
I prefer a chair that isn't under any GM if that's ok.

I see what you did there. :P

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I havent read anymore than about the first paragraph or so of this thread, but unless Mike wants to rule officially on this (and I assume he wont), then I will group my monsters how I think it's fair. If you dont like it, sit under another GM.

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Mulgar wrote:

For those that care. Have run them through the first two. In the first part there were no deaths, but there were many many grown pathfinders running for their lives. At the end, I was told "you prepped the hell outta that."

And that my friends, is the whole reason I run PFS.

I applaud you, good sir.

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I dont know who the organizer of your area is, but around here we keep a relatively up-to-date list of everything everybody has played and GMed for credit. Its in a Dropbox file that is linked on our Facebook page, so everyone has easy access to it. This does a couple things for us:

1. Helps in the scheduling of game days, as we can plan scenarios to do our best to make sure all/most regularly attending people will have something they can play during the day.

2. Gives everyone an easily accessable record of everything played so if they dont remember if theyve played something before its only a few clicks away on their smartphone.

Im not saying its a necessary thing to do, but it has seriously helped the scheduling around here. If you are not the only person having this kind of problem locally, you might want to suggest it to your organizer, though it will take a lot of help from your community, as you dont want to put all the effort of figuring out who played what onto the organizer (if I were in their shoes and someone didnt want to make the effort to put their stuff on it, I wouldnt go out of my way to schedule stuff they can play).

Another option is just talking to your group and/or organizer about what scenarios you would be interested in playing. I started a thread on my groups FB page where people should comment with scenario names they wanted to play. Anybody else who wanted that one shoul Like the comment, so we knew which ones were most popular at the time, so we could schedule things people actively wanted to play at the time.

A third option is to see about having modules or AP chapters being added into the rotation. If you havent played many of those, it can seriously boost the number of options available.

A fourth is to GM more often. If you are currently playing 4 sessions a month and are able to knock that down to 3 (or even 2) by helping out with GMing more often(not knocking the effort youve made so far. youve obviously done at least 30 tables, which is great!), then you will slow your march towards having nothing to play at any given time.

I hope you find some of those helpful, because I strongly oppose mass replay and oppose it being opened up further than what it is, sorry.

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Fox McAllister wrote:
crankybrown wrote:


Thanks and sorry for being such a newbie.

...and none of us here once were? *laughs*

Its fine, we're happy to help.

I still dont know how to play this game.

Does it involve the tapping of lands to get mana?

Touchdown!

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I couldnt count on it for events like Gencon, but if you do the multi-table events locally (where the crowd is smaller), you might be able to convince the OverGM and table GMs to go along with it.

I overGMed the Season 2 Special last fall and I allowed (with the table GMs okaying it, too) a cleric at one table to use their turn in combat to fix the blindness of a character at another table.

Might not let things go with Bardic song or Channel and such, but something like that to help with someone's save or suck condition I think is fine.

Edit: I think that same cleric may also have raise dead on someone at another table, too, but I cant remember if that actually happened.

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Steven Huffstutler wrote:
Jessex wrote:
John Compton wrote:

Part of me assumed your answer was going to be "On a 25–30 you play no character at all and must win by sheer force of will—like a real gamer!!!"

For what it's worth, I own a d24.

I assumed 25 to 30 was Harsk which is roughly the same as playing no character at all.
Pffft... Harsk is the best Pregen there is!

Harsk is pretty decent, I'll grant you, but for high level Enora is the best there is.

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Gamerskum wrote:
Any Idea when the Play test Chronicle will come out?

If I had to bet, probably Monday, in the PFS blog post.

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Hip hip HUZZAH!

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Nefreet wrote:
30-something from Runecarved Key, and at least 1 from a charity auction, was the last count I heard, 2 or 3 of which have not been played, or only recently were created.

The GMs for those tables also received boons later on, so I think the grand total was somewhere around 45.

I know 3 people with them, all of which are still alive (though one has died once). The two that are local are too high of level to play through this one, I believe, though they did get to play them through the other two.

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Me: Since it should be pretty clear this guy wasnt convinced by that Diplomacy check, I'd like to make one as well.
GM: Ok, what do you say?
Me: "Come on, man. Come on." *Diplo 32*
Gm: *sigh*

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I was thinking that it was able to be run at the convention, but that it couldnt be advertised as the Free RPG Day module except at participating stores.

That said, I could be misremembering what all was decided last year, so before you run it I would definitely check with Brett, since he's your local VC, just in case he remembers it differently.

Hope everyone has a good time!

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k3ndawg wrote:

Too bad our local (Denver Area) venture officers are too busy running their own con to coordinate ANY sessions of We Be Goblins or ANY PFS scenarios.

Except, you know, at their own very special little convention... that they're letting languish and canceling tables. Gotta love that.

Is there something keeping anyone who isnt a VC (such as yourself) from organizing and/or running tables at your local stores, since the VC is busy organizing the convention?

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Kristen and I would like to welcome a new member to 'Venture Team' of southern Illinois: Carl Harris.

Carl Harris is a five-star GM who will be serving as Venture Lieutenant for both PFS and PACG and Kristen and I both feel he will do a great job. He's been helping us run our game days since before we got promoted, and is the person who originally got our region jumpstarted in PFS (with lots of help from the VO team from Cape Girardeau, MO).

Congratulations, buddy. You definitely deserve it!

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Woran wrote:
They are very simmilar to the Dutch "Oliebollen" which is basically fried dough with raisins in it.

My mom's family is Dutch (my grandparents came over after WW2) and my Oma would make Oliebollen every year for New Years Eve.

Scarab Sages ***** RPG Venture-Captain, Illinois—Carbondale aka Disturbed1

He's American. It's slang. He's a f%+!in doughnut. A f*~!in doughnut.

Reference:

It's an Eddie Izzard bit. He's talking about how JFK went to Berlin and used the phrase Stephen quoted above. He was trying to say 'Im a Berliner', but 'Berliner' is a type of doughnut I guess. And then people thinking it was intentional and cool.
It's been awhile since Ive watched that bit, so I might be misremembering parts of it.

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Stephen Ross wrote:
Stephen Ross wrote:
ya know - I think I just beat the potion bandwagon and that tasteless Potion Sponge... chocolate coated doughnut holes of cure light wounds!

I've decided to call my potion/bakery shop "Jellalujah".

"Zon Custard" was a close second...

{edit} 'course my motto is, "Ich bin ein berliner"

Did he just say he was a dougnut?

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Azouth wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
GM Lamplighter wrote:
I don't think any of the WBG can be Core Campaign games, but I can't find the reference to that now.
Reasoning being? Goblin isnt a playable race in Core so the pregens arent legal?
Of couse they are not a playable in standard either.

They are if you have a boon.

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GM Lamplighter wrote:
I don't think any of the WBG can be Core Campaign games, but I can't find the reference to that now.

Reasoning being? Goblin isnt a playable race in Core so the pregens arent legal?

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Stephen Ross wrote:
ya know - I think I just beat the potion bandwagon and that tasteless Potion Sponge... chocolate coated doughnut holes of cure light wounds!

Speaking of items that hold potions...

Anytime players find potions at my table, I make sure to add in what flavor it tastes/smells like/color it is. This can be especially amusing when they find multiple potions and they botch at identifying one of them. "Oooh, that one is dark purple, and smells a like plums, but also a little sour."

Then you get to see who is brave enough to drink things on a chance that its not gonna be a vial of poison. :P

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3-5

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Stephen Ross wrote:
countchocula wrote:
Sad TOZ wrote:
Now I want donuts. :(
Donuts are not gems :(
but what about my chocolate glazed cream filled doughnut of spell recall?

It makes casting the spell a one-round cast, as you cant properly enunciate the verbal components when your mouth is full of delicious doughnut.

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Andrew Christian wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:

Agreed. And I would probably allow it, as finding actual gemstones in a scenario is pretty rare.

Technically, you might be able to go out and buy a gem worth enough gp and then turn that in for the box. Not sure how I would handle that one, but if it would be allowed, youd definitely have to actually pay the gold. No keeping the gold AND getting the box. :P

John's already answered that last bit. No using gold, spells, abilities or what not to complete the missions. The success needs to be part of the scenario.

E.G. you can't go find acrandim noble to recruit just because you are in Absalom. The noble needs to be part of the scenario.

Must have missed that part. Thanks for the heads up. :)

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Agreed. And I would probably allow it, as finding actual gemstones in a scenario is pretty rare.

Technically, you might be able to go out and buy a gem worth enough gp and then turn that in for the box. Not sure how I would handle that one, but if it would be allowed, youd definitely have to actually pay the gold. No keeping the gold AND getting the box. :P

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The only jerk at the table was the person yelling at you.

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Congratulations, guys!

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Congratulations Eric!

Bards will tell tales of epic journey. (Hays, write the man a ballad!)

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melferburque wrote:
Lab_Rat wrote:
John Francis wrote:


I always assumed that the reason VOs got scenarios for free was so that we could print out a hardcopy of a scenario for a GM to use.
Yep. I never had to purchase a scenario if it was at a game day run by a VO. I have only purchased them for personal game groups.

I have never received a free scenario from a VO. then again, I can count on one hand the number of times I even saw a VO at my store in eighteen months.

sure, I picked up a lot of my scenarios when they were on sale, but I've still purchased over fifty scenarios and modules.

Move to central or southern Illinois. Between us and E/SE Missouri, we have a lot of VOs over here who travel to a lot of each other's game days and conventions.

And personally, I give out free scenarios to my GMs at least once or twice a year. Anything I've accidentally printed a second copy of (though those are loaners) and at the end of Gencon, I take a stack of scenarios home to give out to GMs, since Paizo doesn't want to ship them back to Seattle.

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I dont find the idea of people posing as the Decemvirate for personal gain to be a viable idea. That'd be like some power impersonating Batman and talking to Jim Gordon. It wouldnt end well for the poser. :P

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Ive seen lots of melee hitters and lots of arcane, but no skill monkeys and no healing.

Makes it kinda rough sometimes. :P

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Congrats, Nate!

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Eric Brittain wrote:

Has anyone stopped to consider that the only way we 'know' that someone was a member of the Ten was through a note left conveniently in a place that the PCs found it?

Since it is written down it can't be wrong, can it? Someone couldn't deliberately spin a narative that the PCs would unflinchingly accept without question becausethey have been habituated by their long service in the Pathfinder Society to believe notes that they conveniently find. Notes that tell them someone is good and someone else is bad.

That would never happen. Could never happend because PCs are never lied to or manipulated to serve someone elses ends.

Hopefully my view on this is clear.

I see the Pathfinder Society as having many levels much like old mystery cults. To me the Eyes of the Ten is the story of Elisa P. being inducted into the next higher level of the mystery.

You only see what the agents of the Society have carefully crafted for you to see. You do not see it all and do not even understand what you do see.

Layers within layers within layers.

Another good theory. :)

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2. Im not saying none of them are, but before playing through Eyes, I would have assumed they would have been close to being some of the most physically or magically powerful people in the world. Yes, they are likely strong (or some of them), but not to the point where even high(er) leveled characters would have trouble with.

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I found the arc very enlightening about the Ten, and in particular...

1. Skyreach gives me the impression that none of the Ten know the true identities of all of the other 9. Its likely due to help prevent situations like what happened in Eyes from happening.

For all we know, if *Eyes BBEG* was just a puppet, then maybe one/some of the Ten are the mastermind.

2. The Ten, from what we have seen, are not particularly combat-effective. Before playing through the arc I would have assumed them all to be high level PC classes who can hold their own in combat. That isnt necessarily what is imparted by Eyes though. They can be bested by warrior the same as any other. They just happen to be more influential than these other people.

Things that wouldnt surprise me (though would totally excite me) going forward with PFS considering the events of Eyes:

1. At least one member of the Ten is actually a/the leader of the Aspis Consortium.

2. Any given NPC that we have interacted with in a scenario is a member of the Ten. (Except Torch.)

3. One of the Ten is the mastermind behind the events in Eyes. (Next Seeker arc perhaps?)

4. They all arent PC races.

5. They all arent from Golarion.

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As Jeff stated, I believe the happenings in EotT are an anomoly, and that most Venture Captains likely dont have as much info as is gained by the PCs through the events of the story arc.

The knowledge the main NPCs have is also likely an anomoly. Id wager most VCs know maybe 20% (if that) of what these NPCs do...if you understand where Im going with that math.

I would imagine most of it is so concealed that the end result of the scenarios, that information about the events of the scenarios (and what that means for the Society) is likely not shared beyond the Decemvirate, the PCs, the NPCs that take part and maybe a few other really important people like Dreng and/or Valsin.

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Rycaut wrote:

right - I'm a tier 1 gm so I just got the email about my badge (I'll look at that) I think it is associated with my account? But I don't think I have a payment method on record - will I have a chance to put one in when I pick events? Or can I do that ahead of time?

Also pardon if these are really basic questions but how many slots are there each day? And what are the hours for the exhibit hall? I think Saturday may be my only chance to get to the exhibit hall (unless I have a game that either doesn't fill up or which ends early - but I tend to run to the end of slots at cons)

From recent attendees is it worthwhile to pre-order lunches? I think i saw lunches as "misc" events (grab and go sandwiches etc)? Does that really help with long lines (I'm a bit worried about meals as I'm running a lot of slots)

IIRC, you will pick your payment method when checking out of the events listing, though you dont need to register with Gencon for tables you are running. If you are Tier 1, youve already done that with Mike, which is enough.

Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 3 slots
Sunday: 1 slot

Exhibit hall hours are 10-6 Th-Sat and 10-2 on Sun, I think.

No idea about pre-ordering lunches, but assuming its the same as last year, there is at least one food vendor right outside the Sagamore Ballroom where the PFS stuff goes on.

Hope that helps!

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Michael Brock wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:

Working HQ this year.

Thursday, July 30
Slot 1 Acting as a footstool for Mike.
Slot 2 Making funny hand signals during a special

Friday, July 31
Slot 3 Off
Slot 4 Making funny hand signals during a special

Saturday, August 1
Slot 5 Off
Slot 6 Doing whatever Tonya and Jon tell me to do.

Sunday, August 2
Slot 7 Sneaking cold beer into the convention for Mike in my pocket all while telling people that Im just happy to see them.

*clears throat*

*Edits list*

Better?
I assume you will have other obligations in the middle of the con and as such wont need me for anything. :P

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Ryzoken wrote:
nuke it from orbit.

It's the only way to be sure.

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Working HQ this year.

Thursday, July 30
Slot 1 Washing Bob's truck.
Slot 2 Making funny hand signals during a special

Friday, July 31
Slot 3 Off
Slot 4 Making funny hand signals during a special

Saturday, August 1
Slot 5 Off
Slot 6 Doing whatever Tonya and Jon tell me to do.

Sunday, August 2
Slot 7 Finding Todd lots of coffee. :p

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Jack Amy wrote:
I can hope to one day join the ranks of all you awesome folk. :D

Being a VO or having lots of stars doesnt make you awesome; dedicating time and effort to the campaign does.

The fact that you have 2 stars tells me youve run at least 30 tables, meaning youve put in around 120 hours (or 5 whole days) of game time, PLUS the time it takes to prep for all those tables.

Believe me, you are already awesome, Jack. The campaign needs more people to put in as much effort and time as you have. :)

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Having at least a single party member who is already level 2 really helps the survivability of the party. They might have a magical weapon by that point, or access to more spells, and can be hit once without dying.

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I forget to pick feats when I level all the time. I just keep telling myself I'll pick one after Ive had some time to look over all my feat options so I know what I want, and then I forget about it til about half way through the next session..or the next time I need to choose a feat...

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Dhenn wrote:
I spent half a combat asleep before remembering I was an elf.

I spent half a combat sitting around after the tiefling used darkness before realizing that ratfolk can also see in the dark. :/

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1. Master of the Fallen Fortress has pregens for four of the APG characters that were designed to be used in the module. I would imagine (though tbh Im not certain) that those would still be usable for that module.

2. My wife and I like to use the minis for the PACG games, especially when actually using the iconics. We find the minis easier to manage than a stack of cards considering that when its just the two of us, we each play 2 characters.

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FLite wrote:

A bastard sword is a two handed sword that you can use one handed in certain situations. And we know that in that situation you can wield an oversized one twohanded.

So, I am not sure that you can't wield an oversized lance twohanded while mounted.

That's a different situation though, as its a feat (EWP) giving you the ability to use it one-handed, effectively making it a one handed weapon. The conditional situation for a lance is not the same thing.

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Matthew Morris wrote:
trollbill wrote:
Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
Woran wrote:
The Fox wrote:
How much are the gold stars worth? Maybe we should just get rid of them if they are causing this much trouble.
I just dont see how you could abuse them. That +4 or whatever one a single re-roll wont be game breaking.

#

And it is not like having more GM stars really gives you more forum credibility - personally I think it kinda creates a bit of an unfair expectation like "What did that 4 Star GM just say? I can't believe how someone with so many reported games can still say something so [description] " ...

Damn. There goes my delusions of thinking I had credibility.
Heh, I just found out I'd been running the surprise round wrong in that people are flat footed even if they act. I don't assume any credibility.

I also just learned that. Just now. When I read your post...

There is no such thing as 'credibility' on these boards when you try to provide some insight into a ruling that is posted who-knows-where and half the board members just respond with something like 'Link please?'

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