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Goblin Squad Member. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 1,429 posts (37,102 including aliases). 5 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 14 Pathfinder Society characters. 27 aliases.


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I never got tired of saying "I shoot a cat at it".

Andoran ****

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One of my players won a boon but I forgot to note it on my reporting sheet. Who should I contact?


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

I’m pretty sure it’s been like that since 3.5.

Yup. It has.


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Fine, kobolds and ifrits only. Definitely no hobbits.

Now where's that critical fumble chart at?


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

Is KC out until Thursday?

Edit: Four to Five hours. I read that as Forty Five hours.

Andoran

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MagusJanus wrote:
Feral wrote:

My favorite was the DM that claimed that slain bat swarms buried characters standing inside them and used avalanche/buried alive rules.

Yeah. It happened.

Ouch...

Did he ever improve?

Nope!

I have lots of other good ones from that guy or other bad DMs but I don't want to hog the thread. 'Dead bat swarms are a lethal hazard' was just one of my favorites.

Andoran

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My favorite was the DM that claimed that slain bat swarms buried characters standing inside them and used avalanche/buried alive rules.

Yeah. It happened.


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

I pinged Farrukh on Steam. He’s going to post in a minute.

High five for communication!

Andoran ****

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Your organizer was wrong and you handled the situation perfectly.

As a GM, your jobs are to tell a good story and help the players have fun. They don't know what the mod wants them to do and the idea of killing them for taking a leap of faith is toxic. The response you gave Torch was spot on. It validated the player's actions and served to get the plot back on track.

Pat yourself on the back. That's something that I've seen very veteran GMs consistently have a hard time with.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

The big Orc listens, recognizing in Nicatha the same kind of hopeless burden he carried around himself not too long ago.

When she's done, he points south (though he has no idea Zhavroma really is).

"I've had plenty of experience with prophecy these past few months and I'll tell ya one thing they all shared - they're b$$@#*~~. Magic can do a lotta things but nobody can tell the future, not really. We make our own fates - even if we need help 'long the way sometimes. You've gotta believe in yourself."

"They're out there. Corda, Drago, Harakhty and the others. We'll find a way back to 'em. But not if we're too busy worryin' over what's supposed to be."

Perception?: 1d20 + 4 ⇒ (7) + 4 = 11


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Skaar grunts in surprise as he’s woken. Seeing it’s Nicatha, a grin forms between his thick tusks – it’d finally happened…

The hulking greenskin's growing arousal is swiftly squashed by the dusky-skinned beauty’s talk of shadow-realms and dragons.

”Ya, I was thinkin’ ‘bout that. She seems strong but I couldn’t let her go off and face somethin’ like that alone. It’s funny – Corda and I talked ‘bout me wrestlin’ a dragon someday. ‘Looks like that’s gunna be sooner rather than later.”


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The moment both circles are occupied, the ancient Azlanti magic triggers and the entire room flares to life as dozens of sigils, previously unseen, shine and literally move, scrolling across the walls as if the structure itself was alive.

”Structural damage detected…”

”Water levels critical…”

”Emergency release required…”

”DRAWING POWER…”

Both Pirknok and Jessamy feel their strength ebb away, slowly after first, as the dam draws on their life-force to power the dam’s mechanics. Massive gears within the walls can be heard grinding to life, opening the floodgates and relieving the pressure that threatens to smash Skull’s Crossing to splinters.

The pull grows stronger as more and more machinery whirs to life and what started as a gentle tug becomes a painful wrenching and then an agonizing tearing. Both heroes feel their life’s essence being literally ripped from their bodies as Krune’s ancient power ravages – rapes - its way through them. Any attempt to scream is silenced as the magic steals even the air from their lungs.

Eventually the pain gives way for gentle death and in that moment, both see images from their lives, past and present. Pirknok sees his Shoanti family, a hard life but not an unhappy one. A familiar ursine shape looms over him as a child. How long has death been following him?

Jessamy is seen as a child. A dirty servant-girl in a dirty frock. Her parents, hard-working honest folk, want the world for their daughter but it’s beyond their means. Despite the circumstances, sunlight has a tendency to settle on the happy little girl. Coincidence or something more?

Eventually both sets of visions fade and the pit fiends (for that’s what they truly are) are seen, bound by Karzoug when Skull’s Crossing – a tribute to his hubris - is ready for them. They were a prince and princess of Hell but before Karzoug’s power, they’re merely toys. Across generations they watch helplessly as each other wither and die. If such creatures could love, that is what they shared, but in the end all that remains of the consort is lifeless red dust... Karzoug laughs and as he does the scenery changes. Some of the scenes are too familiar. Is this the present?

After an eternity, but what was only a few seconds, the magic’s pull ends and Jessamy and Pirknok are free to stumble away.

Both get 4 negative levels.

Andoran

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I feel like you guys didn't read the OP.

He wants to challenge his optimized players. His optimized players cry foul when something appears to challenge them. He doesn't like this.

Making things X% harder isn't going to address his problem.

Andoran

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You're hitting the inevitable conclusion of optimization: an unplayable game.

At this point you've only got a couple options.

A) Nerf the optimized characters or ask them to nerf themselves.

B) Just run the game as you were before and let the players steamroll everything.

Anything else is likely to end in hurt feelings and frustration on one side of the table (or both).

The first step is to level with your players and find out what they want from the game. "Sorry guys but I don't think I can offer you a challenging experience if things continue like this. Do you want me to reign things in a bit or just continue as we have been?"

Andoran

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Mythic, as a system, is very poorly designed. It takes a cool idea -Pathfinder Super Heroes - and just turns it into another wrinkle (a huge wrinkle) of system mastery and optimization. The fun and interesting options are drastically outweighed by the numerically powerful and optimal choices. In the end, it's just normal Pathfinder dialed up to ~Power Level 9000.

I'd planned starting my own Wrath PBP here but minus the mythic rules entirely for the PCs. I'm curious what the interest would be like.

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As much as there's stuff about PFS that disappoints me, Wizards has disappointed me 100x worse. I'll be sticking with Paizo/PFS for the foreseeable future.

So in short: No, there's nothing to look forward to except the promise that Pathfinder RPG/PFS won't turn into 4e/LFR.

Andoran

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A lot of this is going to be on the DM. If your DM runs things at 100% efficiency, things are going to be leagues harder than intended.


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

I'm disappointed by what I'm seeing.

I think it may be time for everyone to sign on for some weight training. Note that the only person that landed the aid roll was the guy that joined Tanith for his workout.

Andoran

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Don't come to these forums for character building advice. This place is dominated by extreme optimizers and you're going to have a very hard time getting help building characters that are effective but within reason.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Skaar waits for Godrick and Sadhana to finish their business, silently daydreaming on how this cult of immortal warrior women pass the time...


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Sitting down for Spider-Man soon. Assume Skaar says inappropriate things.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

While waiting for an answer, Skaar shamelessly adjusts the large bulge in his leggings.


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

With the first and second floors looted, Tanith retrieves Filge and brings him downstairs along with Carina (and anyone else that wants to tag along) for questioning.

”Okay Red, be ready to blow him up if he tries anything”, the big man warns with a smirk before pouring the contents of a healing potion down the wizard’s throat. ”Time to wake up.”


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Pfft. No.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Wow, just shoot an orc's dreams down why don't you.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Heh, I wouldn't call it hostile but I do agree it's a little awkward. I tend to prefer non-magical solutions to non-magical problems but Nicatha is an inherently magical character so it makes sense.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
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Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Happy with her ferocity, Skaar answers Corda with a bass chuckle. "Sorry 'bout that Wildcat. Nicatha and Harakhty thought they might have a way to keep you and Valwick safe for Sefirous and his kind."

"I'll talk to the girls."


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

If Tanith didn't have a thing for Carina before, he's definitely in love now.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Skaar roars his approval and cheers with an intensity far from appropriate for such a formal event. "Kiss the bride!"


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

Math isn't one of Kord's domains.

You won't provoke either way. It's currently wrasslin' Tanith. When you're grappling you can't take AoOs.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Skaar looks at the clothing as if it was poison now.

"Uh, thanks. How much do I owe you?" he asks the Vishkanya.


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Orc Wrestler 7 - 70/117 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +1, AC 19 [touch 12, FF 17], Fort +13, Ref +6, Will +8; Perception +4
Resources:
Ki 6/7 | Sweat 2/4 | Mythic Power 6/9

Skaar grows a bit alarmed at the realization that he didn't entirely understand what he was signing up for. "Nothin' too tight. My cock needs to breath", the orc explains coarsly as he grips the slab of meat in his leggings.


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

Bah! Cuetzpalli is hulking and Tanith is only big? Big?!

It takes a lot of dedication to get guns like these.


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

I hit stuff.


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Male Suel Warpriest/Wrestler 5 - 51/54 hp + 0 nonlethal, Init +0, AC 16 (18 with shield of faith) [touch 10, FF 16], Fort +9, Ref +1, Will +8; Perception +2
Resources:
Blessing 4/5 | 1st: Divine Favor, Remove Fear, Shield of Faith, Shield of Faith 2nd: Ghostbane, Bull's Strength | Fervor 2/3 | Action Points 3/7

Tanith curses and rushes forward when the cylinder closes around the olman. The big suel pounds on the door. "Cuetzpalli! Say something!"

When it opens a moment later, he steps back in shock and looks toward the others. "Do you think it ate him?"

Andoran

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Sorry OP. You're not going to find anyone like that here.

Andoran

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Paladin is overpowered because it forces the DM into a corner. He either has to let the paladin run rampant over every encounter or he has has to change every BBEG into a golem/plant/ooze (none of which are particular thematic). It's too focused on what it does and hurts the game as a result.


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Male Half-Minotaur Bardbarian 5 l HP: 47/63 (0 nonlethal) l Init: +0 l AC: 16 [T: 10; FF: 16; CMD: 19] l Fort: +9, Ref: +5, W: +5 l Per: +4
Resources:
Rage 9/14 | Inspire 0/7 | 1st Level Spells 3/3

Character Name Bjorkus
Alias Ares
Slave? Yes - One of Dalton's two remaining slaves
Occupation Pit-fighter, monster slayer, love machine
Appearance Hulking and musclebound. Wears a leather harness and a hide loincloth when moving about Yenrick but discards the former for the arena putting the majority of his scarred hide and dark furry musculature on display. He carries no weapons except for his ham-sized fists.

That last part is because I assume Bjorkus isn't going to have access to his greatsword any time soon.


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I’m sorry to see you go Tobaris. That said, I appreciate you being honest with yourself and us and doing what’s best for the campaign. Good luck in whatever’s got you busy these days.

Here’s what I’ve got for the crossover event. Tell me what you guys think and if you have any questions.

Siege on the Nereid’s Kiss:
Having divined that the mad scholar Teveran is a little too aware of his plot, *evil wizard* has decided to end the threat in a permanent way. He and his wife visit the Nereid’s Kiss with the intention of killing the mad scholar and torching the building. He doesn’t plan to sacrifice Teveran to his growing runewell. It’s important that the authorities not link his death to the others.

He’s planning to attack later in the night, but when the second group of armed/armored figures arrives he acts out of haste. Although she’s hates not being personally involved, *femme fatale* hides in a nearby alleyway.

Timeline

The Siege plays out in the following order:

Turn One: Five augmented fiendish hyenas appear within the Nereid’s Kiss. Depending on how initiative works out, they should attack random targets but if/when the PCs intervene, they’ll turn their attention to them.

Turn Two: Four small fire elementals appear. Their initial purpose is solely to wreck the place. They ‘attack’ the building each turn unless engaged by a PC. Due to the expensive lacquered furniture, the building takes double damage from the elemental’s flames. Fires started by the elementals act as stacking bleed damage. PCs making any sort of effort to combat the flames reduce the number of active flames by one ‘stack’.

Turn Three: Five more hyenas appear. It’s possible the PCs will start to become overwhelmed at this point so it’s important that no more than one hyena per PC be attacking the PCs at any time. Any extras should focus on the panicking scholar inside the Nereid’s Kiss instead.

Turn Five: Four more hyenas appear.

Turn Eight: A haste spell goes off, targeting as many of the surviving monsters as possible and *evil wizard* flees.

Objectives

Besides living, the PCs are faced with a number of potential objectives, some are obvious and others are intended to be figured out along the way. Some of these are intended to help further the PC’s investigation while others give more material rewards.

Save the Scholars! There is a total of a dozen scholars. Due to panicking and the general chaos, they are slowed. Scholars have an AC of 10 and die when they’ve taken 2 hits (or 1 crit). Each scholar that escapes rewards the PCs with 100 gold. This is split evenly between the organizations present. Max 1200 gold.

Keep Teveran Alive This is arguably the main objective. Unfortunately, he’s more than a little senile and does little to protect himself. The enemies don’t exclusively attack him but unoccupied hyenas might target him. Despite all appearances, this old man is tough. He has an AC of 10 and dies when he’s taken 4 hits. He doesn’t actively try to escape but instead moves around the Nereid’s Kiss in a panic. He dies if the building burns down unless he’s physically carried out beforehand. Assuming he survives, Teveran will leave with whichever group presents the strongest case for his assistance. More on this to come.

Property Damage The proprietor bails as soon as this goes down but if the PCs can save his business, he’ll be grateful. The Nereid’s Kiss has 100 hp. If the PCs fend off the Siege with the Kiss standing, he rewards them with some healing scrolls he was saving in case he or his staff were ever hurt (4 scrolls of CLW). If the PCs fend off the Siege with the building in good shape (more than 50% hp remaining), he offers a pair of healing wands in thanks (wand of CLW with 5 charges x2). In both cases these rewards are split between the organizations present.

The Man Behind the Curtain PCs may run outside to try to find the source of the attack. Unfortunately, *evil wizard* is invisible atop the adjacent building’s rooftop and almost impossible for the PCs to detect (at these levels). However, if a PC starts the round outside when a summoning completes he can attack a DC 20 spellcraft, perception, or arcana check. Success indicates that he/she recognizes the spellcasting enough to remember it. This will help the PCs in tracking down *evil wizard* and *femme fatale*. In addition, the PCs might spot *femme fatale* lurking in an alley outside. Each round they spend outside (as well as for standard actions spent actively searching, if the PCs succeed on DC 20 perception check they spot a shapely female figure shuffling anxiously in the shadows. If they approach, she’s no longer able to contain her bloodlust and attacks. Under orders from her husband she doesn’t strike to kill but delights in a chance to humiliate the meddlers. If the PCs engage *femme fatale* and are still standing when *evil wizard* flees, she flees as well but not before dropping one of her signature blades. This will help the PCs in tracking down the duo as well.

Andoran

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Advice #2

Don't roll for stats. If your DM insists on rolling for stats, equalize the party in some capacity. Anyone with 54 point buy is going to solo most paizo products.

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As of this afternoon we finished the first PFS special play by post ever ran. In total, it ran for 16 days at a ratio of one day: 15 minutes face to face time. I'm working to get some stats together on average effective 'time' of each person's turn and a few other things.

What did you guys think, both those participating and those following along from home? How was the pacing? Did you feel the real life time crunch that a special should create?

Let's try to keep things spoiler free. This thread should be about the logistics of the event, not the particulars of the scenario.

Andoran

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James Jacobs wrote:
Baphomet's escape, in the grand scheme of things, is not much more than a minor annoyance and bit of shame to Asmodeus... but some day it could well come back to gore him!

Fixed that for you.


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Male Half-Minotaur Bardbarian 5 l HP: 47/63 (0 nonlethal) l Init: +0 l AC: 16 [T: 10; FF: 16; CMD: 19] l Fort: +9, Ref: +5, W: +5 l Per: +4
Resources:
Rage 9/14 | Inspire 0/7 | 1st Level Spells 3/3

I'm sure Dalton would prefer you kill us with dessert.


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I will be coordinating, likely the first, play-by-post run PFS special here on the Paizo message boards – Siege of the Diamond City.

From the blurb:

After a recent discovery of a lost city in the heart of the demon-infested Worldwound, Pathfinder agents from around the world flock to Nerosyan, capital of the crusader nation of Mendev, to prepare for the coming adventure. When the city falls under attack, however, everyone within its walls must take up arms to defend against the Abyssal hordes. Do the Pathfinders have what it takes to hold back the demonic onslaught, or will their souls be among the first to be consumed when the Diamond of the North falls?

Designed to be run as an epic, multi-table event in which the actions of each table has the potential to turn the tide of battle, Siege of the Diamond City sets a new standard of interactivity for the fan-favorite convention special format.

As this is intended to be a timed event and the PFS leadership has showed concerns about losing the sensation of real life time pressure in a PBP format, this game will feature an aggressive time table. We’re planning to start February 7th and finish within 2-3 weeks. In addition, many of the events are meant to function in sync across all the tables involved. Due to this aggressive pacing and need for heavy coordination, I’m looking at the smallest special I can muster – five tables of four players each.

Of the 20 player slots, I'm not certain how many are open still but if you're interested in participating, please state your interest here. Make sure you include info on what character you'll be playing and your timezone. Putting like timezone players with DMs will optimize the amount of effective playtime people will get. Remember, this is a timed event. If you can't do more than one post per day comfortably, this event is not for you.

This special covers characters of all level ranges. If you're interested in participating and you're not a PFS regular, you can stat up a fresh level one character or play a pregen.

Andoran

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Jason Bulmahn wrote:
Stuff.

Well said Jason. As a PFSer that's had many a games harmed by this feat chain, you and the rest of the Paizo staff have my thanks.

Andoran

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Awesome. Thanks Paizo!

Andoran

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What do you mean by fun? Effective? Challenging? Thematically interesting? Cinematically appropriate?

Andoran

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I feel you OP, I really do. I abhor shameless optimization in my games too.

The trick to having fun is finding folks that are on your level and gaming with them.


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Male Tiefling Arcanist 1 [ HP 8/8 (0 NL) | AC 14 Tch 14 FF 10 | Fort +1 Ref +4 Will +1 | CMD 14 | Init +4 | Perc -1 | Effects: none ]

Already busy taking prodigious notes, Darius doesn’t hear the question.


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Male Tiefling Arcanist 1 [ HP 8/8 (0 NL) | AC 14 Tch 14 FF 10 | Fort +1 Ref +4 Will +1 | CMD 14 | Init +4 | Perc -1 | Effects: none ]

Darius’s intial reaction is to flee from the tide of vermin but the words of inspiration help the young tiefling find his courage.

Stepping forward, he weaves his fingers together and speaks a formulae aloud. ”Brimstone for potency… Charcoal for longevity… I think I’ve got it!”

”Stand still Mister Orc!”

Burning an arcane point to bump caster level.

Burning Hands DC 15: 3d4 ⇒ (4, 1, 3) = 8

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