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Mark Moreland wrote:
I'm sorry that the Emergen-C didn't 'fix you right up' as I had predicted. Rest-up and feel better.
Owen K. C. Stephens wrote:
NOW you've done it...you're supposed to take the NSFW bribe and then hand over what you've got...if it amounts to nothing, that's their problem. You held up your end of the bargain. <pun pun>
Tim Hitchcock wrote:
I'm a reasonable person, they can just haul a bar in and keep it fully-stocked, tended, and open for the entire convention. That is, in my WHOLE NEW CUSTOM BALLROOM!! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA We shall have to come up with some custom designs to etch into the "imperial" pints and jiggers. Being a PFS room, maybe put faction symbols on some of the jiggers.
Perhaps I'm alone in this, but I would be willing to cut out individual pieces from a whole printed card. There are 40 whole squares on a map pack card, which could be twenty horses of different breed/color/barding. Or eight 10x10 war machines with eight squares left over for ammunition piles etc. etc.
Pathfinder Poetry "The Flyting of Cailean's Hall" (limerick epic for St. Patrick’s Day 2011 & Mark Moreland)
h'yup...you're right. :D I'll think of something in plenty of time for Indy.
Please: Useful from 1st-3rd level; REAL rules; cleric, fighter, rogue, wizard; all core races; "basic" equipment aka Standard Adventuring Kit; dungeon crawl with a map (flip-mat?); dice (big purple d20? ;)); and GOBLINS!
Rogue Eidolon wrote:
I will be doing the same, for many of the same reasons. Xanesha TPKed the party in Skinsaw. So I used her at Rannick, where Lucrecia convinced the party that she was an ambassador being held prisoner after the Ogres took the fort; then, the invisible, Xanesha struck, crippling the Paladin in the surprise round, killing the Fighter at the beginning of the first round while the Wizard covered Lucrecia's "escape", Xanesha finished the Pally at the beginning of the second round, and brought the Wizard to 0hp as he fled the fort. I decided not to have her follow the Wizard and Barbarian out of the fort because I didn't want another TPK. The goals that I had in mind were to give the players revenge on Xanesha, and throw them a curve ball later when they find out who/what Lucrecia is.
Best laid plans... :)
Sara Marie wrote:
All fixed. Sara to the rescue! :D
Sara Marie wrote:
One of the three items is...I'll remove it and try again
 didn't help
Right on...that's a load off my mind. Thanks
Watched a 'grudge-match' Saturday night...played in two scenarios after that, on the Keeper's Keep map. It was great fun...highly recommended. This book is on my short list to buy, I'm thrilled that the rulebook is available as a PDF on their site, hope it's not too long before Paizo offers it too. If you've got players that show up later than the others, this makes for a fantastic 'pre-game' while you wait for the straggler(s) because it doesn't take very long to finish a scenario.
Charles Evans 25 wrote:
Nah...they'd just be standing there looking at closed doors...waiting for them to open and allow passage. hmmmmm...yeah, maybe they're at GenCon
Yeah maaaan...lemme get some more of that good $#!+...I got this VCR if, you know, you wanna take it in trade. Or if you could just float it to us, I'm good for it...just ask..uh..that guy...I'm good for it. C'mon, just lemme get a little bit more...that last taste was soooo good...c'mon man...it's cool.
The Thing from Beyond the Edge wrote:
Nice...low-fat diet food. ;^D