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

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!

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

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.

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

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.

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

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...

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

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. :/

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

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?'

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

Torch has guards for a reason.

"You draw your weapon, but as it leaves its sheath, a massive half orc with kukris on his belt stops you from drawing the weapon with one hand, while he picks you up by the face with the other. He carries you out of the room.
Another, similarly built half orc looks at the rest of you. 'Anyone else want to try anything stupid?', she says with a look that dares you to try."

I designed some statblocks for Torch and his guards a couple years back. They should be around here someplace if you search for them. Though with all the new options out there, they could probably stand to be redone. If the PCs just really want to fight, I mean. :P

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kinevon wrote:
Avatar-1 wrote:

Back in the day there was a section in the PFS guide called "Play play play" which was basically saying do anything you can to get a table running, but it was always a bit fuzzier on just far how you could go to do that.

The current version of the guide just says minimum 3 players with 1 pregen, so I don't think that still applies.

Does that phrase still do a Summon Dragnmoon?

Yes. :P

And no, PPP is no longer a thing in PFS.

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Carlos Robledo wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:

Clarification, please.

If someone has a summoner theyve already played at level 2 and can therefore keep the APG summoner class, but wants to do the free retrain into the Unchained summoner, can they do that, or would they need to pay for the retraining?

Yes, seems to include APG Summoners:

"In fact, we're so excited about these classes that we're announcing a one-time limited rebuild to anyone with one or more levels in these classes, allowing those characters to switch any levels in the four classes to their unchained version at no cost."

Doh!

Thanks Carlos (and John for answering so quickly). I completely overlooked that part.

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Clarification, please.

If someone has a summoner theyve already played at level 2 and can therefore keep the APG summoner class, but wants to do the free retrain into the Unchained summoner, can they do that, or would they need to pay for the retraining?

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Assuming you mean that people will try to fast track their way to 5 stars by only doing these, you are overlooking the fact that you need to have GMed 50 different scenarios/modules to earn your fifth star, and 10 specials as well. Those alone will seriously slow people down on any attempt at that.

Aside from that, I completely disagree with you, and my reason is KISS.

1. The more special cases of how much exp/fame things earn, the longer and more confusing that part of the guide is.
2. People will feel slighted cause they dont get full levels like people who played earlier did.
3. With Emerald Spire (and Thornkeep to a lesser extent) this messes up the entire point of the thing, in that its a dungeon that will take you from 1 to 14ish. by making each level a single exp, that will no longer be possible in PFS (which btw, was one of the points they made when promoting the thing on kickstarter).

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Kajehase wrote:
Disturbed1 wrote:
So Chris is a robot? What kind of Knowledge check do I need to identify him?
A better one than you rolled to identify her gender. ;p

Bah. Right. Sorry, Chris. :(

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So Chris is a robot? What kind of Knowledge check do I need to identify him?

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Congrats Auke!

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Congratulations you guys! You definitely deserve it!

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Glass River Rescue:

I LOVE running this one, especially when the party gets to the inn and I get to roleplay as the old ladies.
Ive run this one around 7 times, and I think I am pretty good at convincing the players that the little old ladies are actually a coven of witches.

The one the players can see when they walk in the door is standing behind a large pot while chopping up some kind of meat with a large cleaver. Her apron is covered in blood. Her tiny dog (think chihuahua) is chewing on a bone much larger than it is. (Know Nature to identify the bone as being from a deer, or Heal to know it isnt from a humanoid).

Her sisters come in from the kitchen. One has red stains clear up to her elbows (she's making jam). The other is covered in blonde hair (corn silk).

Normally, the players want to keep an eye on them while they make dinner, so one person gets left behind, who I quickly position in the kitchen between the two sisters and make sure to mention the large knives nearby.

All that while using a frail old lady voice and holding my hands above the table, having them shake slightly when I do anything with them.

More than once it has resulted in the players attacking them.
"Congratulations, you just murdered an old woman. Her sisters begin crying, and one is clutching her chest like she is having a heart attack. Are you trained in Heal?"

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I would allow it, no GM star bonus on the additional roll though.

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Congratulations, Andrea!

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Hi there poster,

Click here.

Under 'Organized Play' there are two links which could prove helpful to you.

If you go to the Regional Coordinator page, you will find that there is a Venture Captain in Tulsa. Ive never met him, but he should be able to help you find a venue for games.

If you go to the 'Events' page, you should be able to find games that are currently scheduled to go off in your area (or at least I assume so, since right now I cant figure out how to look outside my own area lol).

Full disclosure, but of these are going to be specifcally for Pathfinder Society Organized Play. If you are looking for something more like a home group and less like organized play, the second page may not be of much use, but contacting the area Venture Captain may still be a good idea. He can probably give you some insight into places to check for groups looking for someone.

I hope that helps!

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claudekennilol wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
... but Bob couldnt get the credit since Bob is already level 4.
Yes, he covered that quite well. But thank you for answering.

I was answering the question you were insisting he hadnt answered...and now you say he did answer it...

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I vote this be locked and/or deleted.

If it's a joke, that's fine, but maybe indicate as much in the primary post.

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claudekennilol wrote:
The Fox, one thing your examples didn't cover, which is what this topic was based around. Under "Cannot do" you've got "Play a 4th-level pregen and apply credit to Bob". Sure, you can't apply it to Bob, but your post doesn't explain if you can simply play a 4th level pregen when you've already got a 4th level character.

To answer the question...yes, you can play a pregen, but Bob couldnt get the credit since Bob is already level 4.

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The Fox wrote:
Lune wrote:
Well, I know at least one VL that disagrees, thaX.

That VL is mistaken. It happens. Talk to him/her as politely as possible, and ask that they follow up with other VOs for confirmation.

If that fails...

Send a PM to Michael Brock and ask (again, politely) that he clarify this rule for you and/or your VOs.

1. The examples the Fox lists in its (his? her?) previous post are very good.

2. Yes, the VL is mistaken. Do not report the incorrect handling directly to Mike. If the VL isnt willing to admit that they are wrong, it should be escelated to their VC, not to Mike.

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Sean Hans wrote:
Am I the only one to think "Pathfinder Unchained: A Liberty ' s Edge Romance"?

Yes. Yes, you are.

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Larry Wilhelm wrote:
John, if that hack Thursty can't meet his deadlines, I'll take this assignment. E mail sent to Mark ;)

If Larry writes it for real (or Thursty or a few others) I would definitely be willing to sacrifice some GM credit to get a character to a high enough level to play through this with the understanding that the character wouldnt likely ever be playable again.

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So what I read here was, "Mike is doing the April Fools prank this year."

:p

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Four years and six months ago, my friend Carl Harris brought forth to my attention, a new game we should try, conceived by Paizo, and dedicated to the proposition that all systems were NOT created equal (cause 4e was lame).
-Abraham Lincoln...sort of...

Carl played in a few sessions at our local gaming convention that year and became hooked. He quickly dragged me into it, and now, FINALLY, I get to publicly acknowledge all of the hard work he has put into this campaign to help make it grow.

Carl is a great GM and player. If you ever get a chance to sit at a table with him, you should take the opportunity.

Congratulations, Carl, on earning your fifth GM star!

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:


You only need 80 more. :P

Music

** spoiler omitted **

*golf clap*

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More or less what Kevin said. Or ask your local VO to email Mike for you. Either way.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
A Medium-Sized Animated Object wrote:
BNW, what's your beef, man? Like, you're attacking different aspects of this thing, but what's your thesis?
That when trying to stealth, there are 87 different things that can go wrong so one of them is very likely to.

87? Pffft. There's 2.

1. You get seen.
2. You get heard.

:P

You get smelled

You get blindsighted
you get blindsensed
You get detect magicked
You get tremorsensed

You only need 80 more. :P

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
A Medium-Sized Animated Object wrote:
BNW, what's your beef, man? Like, you're attacking different aspects of this thing, but what's your thesis?
That when trying to stealth, there are 87 different things that can go wrong so one of them is very likely to.

87? Pffft. There's 2.

1. You get seen.
2. You get heard.

:P

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Either is fine. He's actually a lot of fun to play.

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My Paladin is great at being sneaky. He often scouts ahead, and if he is seen, then that is Irori's way of telling him he has not yet perfected the art, and must practice more. He welcomes the challenge.

Of course, he was a Ninja before he was a Paladin, so...

:P

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The convention is only a few days away now! Dont forget to sign up, and I hope to see you there!

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Pathfinder Society is to Indiana Jones, as Aspsis Consortium is to the Nazis.

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melferburque wrote:
kinevon wrote:
melferburque wrote:
I was under the assumption that GM credit gave you tier specific gold but unlocked all tiers worth of loot and boons?

So, would you consider this to be shenanigans, or legal?

Let's say that I GM an older Tier 1-7 scenario, then apply it to a new PC. He would gain the 1-2 sub-tier gold, but your post would imply that he would gain access to all the items listed for sub-tiers 1-2, 3-4, and 6-7?

if I GM a 3-7 and apply it to a level 3 character, what difference does it make if that character gets access to the 6-7 loot? it's basically the same thing as playing up and getting carried through a scenario, which does happen all the time.

Except that didnt happen in this case, which is the point.

The difference is that the different tiers often have access to different items, and sometimes those items are pretty cool.

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Joseph Kellogg wrote:
Mark Stratton wrote:
So, in your example, the level range is 1-5, being played in Subtier 1-2, but a level 4 pre-gen is still in the correct level range. Honestly, though, if a person can show up with a level 4 character to a 1-5 table (even at subtier 1-2), then a player should be able to play with a level 4 pre-gen.
But in that interpretation, someone could choose to play a level 4 pregen in a subtier 1-2 game to make it a cakewalk, and prevent the other characters from being able to shine. Or alternatively play a level 1 pregen in a subtier 4-5 to score out-of-tier gold for their first-level PC while assuming no risk, but also being more of a liability than an asset to the group. I think those are the kind of situations we want to avoid.

Just tell them they need to play the one for the appropriate subtier, cause what you are suggesting someone might do sounds pretty close to breaking the Dont Be a Jerk Rule to me.

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