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Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Elenial Windwalker wrote:
Not sure, but how do I replace a dead animal companion? Just 'buy' another one? Sounds cruel...

I would suggest a shelter companion rather than one gotten from a breeder, but that's a personal thing.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Fronar_Gossamar wrote:

Selfishly, my character would like a melee'r to flank with and ensure the ability to get sneak attacks.

I would like to see a martial ranged combatant, but any ranged can do.

You make a good point about the moral compass. Any role filled by a "goody 2 shoes" would (hopefully) keep us all in line like Bella did.

personally, I'm not a big fan of sorcerers, but that's a personal opinion. If we are going to get another arcane character, someone non-blasty on spells (wizard or arcanist), would be my suggestion.

These are all utopian rants. As long as the new player will post frequently, and contribute to both combat AND non-combat, I welcome ANY class/role.

BTW Great Green God... Thank you for offering to take over as GM. It is really appreciated.

Thanks, I just put in the application with customer service to take over GMing duty.

Other random thoughts:

I will admit to not being up to date with Advanced Class Guide and thus have a slight bias against classes and archetypes from that source (perhaps more-so against the arcanist).

That said I like buckling on some swash and Cyrielle and Riya stand out to me (though I have yet to deeply review either) as possible flanking buddies.

Note: Cyrielle and Alia are on the *late* list.

Celyne wrote:
Actually a blaster would be handy to have... but a non-blasty caster would too... (not sure which way Numalar is going)... I would prefer non-evils, like fronar said, a moral compass might be a good thing, as that is not Celyne's 'thing'... don't forget that Luna can provide flank as well, Fronar, but a melee fighter would be a good thing too, as would a ranged character. Since Fronar is a rogue, we already have a skill monkey and Celyne can do diplomacy so those are covered. Tbh, my experience with cavaliers has been mostly negative (they all seem to choose orders that are essentially selfish and get parties in more trouble than they can get out of... the cavalier is often the only one with the abilities and hps to walk away from them)... just my 2 cents of course. Ultimately, since you are the gm, it's your choice what you want in the game...

Ultimately it will be but I'm interested in every who's here's thoughts.

As far as questionable characters (or cavaliers) go [cough]Fronar[/cough][/cough] I don't have too much problem with them so long everyone knows that continuing to play the game (and therefore implicitly having fun) is the ultimate goal. I play my cavalier like a pint-sized Falstaff from Henry the IV 1 and 2. Still I think we are looking for one person with a strong moral code.

In the skill department, as far as Kingmaker goes, I could almost run it with just Celyne. So you already have the skills. I think mainly we are looking for avid posters who can play to the role of character interaction enhancers, with a good sword (or bow) arm, offer some utility and lack of outright role duplication, vaguely in that order.

And in regards to where Numalar is going--I think he wants to blow up stuff. So the offensive sorcerer role is probably taken.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

So then, the list....
For now no more recruits please. I'll entertain Numalar's friend when and if they arrive and anyone who posted previous to the original March 11th deadline that I may have missed but that's it for now.

Oddly, this was a game that I remember almost applying for. Small messageboard.

Fighter Types: currently held by Zokon Santyev
Mark Talbot – male mutagen fighter
Gordon Bratiwade – male human monk
Lyrune – female human ranger
Theodric Daevin – male human ranger (guide)
Marlik – male dwarf ranger
Biggle Furfoote – male halfling cavalier (beast rider)
Gideon Schrade – male human ranger (falconer)
Azoth – male human bloodrager (spell eater)
Riya of House Vlahos – female human swashbuckler (inspired blade)
Montaign Viszla - male skinwalker slayer
Cyrielle Rousseau - female human cavalier (daring champion)

Divine: currently held by Celyne
Radek Pruzkumnik – male half-elf druid (world walker)
Andrea – female human cleric of Urgathoa
Celyne – female half-elf oracle
Pjiana Orlovsky - female human druid (goliath druid)

Arcane: currently held by Numalar
Brynmordwyrdd the Benevolent – male half-elf sorcerer
Titian Stagson – male human sorcerer (imperious bloodline)
Richard Foxworthy – male human wizard
Kara the Silvertongue – female halfling sorcerer
Kateris – male human witch (white-haired witch)
Halcyon Rastler – male human arcanist
Alia - female elven magus (soul forger)

Skillful: currently held by would-be Capo di tutti i capi Fronar Gossamar
Avery Delman – male halfling bard (archaeologist)
Poshment Underhill – male gnome bard
Cormyn “Steelnote” Ribiera – male half-elf bard (arcane duelist if possible)
Jarvek Orus – male half-elf rogue
Xunal – male half-elf skald
Skrenglloet "SKRENG-thloit" – male half-elf skald

Great Green God wrote:
Small messageboard.

Or not....

So in general a good number of strong characters (and I'm not referring to "builds"). At this point I think I'm looking mainly for interesting personal interaction (as the party lost some of its moral compass, and dispassionate imperiousness), with at least one character with a good sword arm among the two.

Other (more or less random) thoughts:

We might want to consider a character's potential later role in running (or not) a kingdom.

I think we could also see some more arcane--sorcerers tend to be one-trick explosives.

In the same way actual clergy might be nice as would a strong "moral" character.

I would be willing to let in somewhat "disagreeable" characters like Foxworthy if they lost the "E" in their alignment are were willing to play the that way. Case in point.

I am more or less against outright class duplicates (i.e. a second slayer) with the exception of sorcerers as they can be as wildly different as mutants at Professor Xavier's academy.

Characters I would probably take a pass on based on setting, story, and gut without persuasion to the contrary: The original version of Lyrune – female human ranger, Mark Talbot – male mutagen fighter, Andrea – female human cleric of Urgathoa. Most seem better for Carrion Crown.

Gender balance would be nice too.

By the comments I've seen we are looking for folks who post often, and RP seems important, other than that--fantasy adventure!

PS Probably eliminating action/hero points.

I have yet to go through them all but would like to whittle the list down to about 4-6 (by Thursday--I'm going to be too busy to do much this Wednesday, but I would like to see the game up and running by Saturday) and then contact those folks in order starting with original posters and then the 2 or 3 new additions.

Thoughts? Remember, you have to play with these folks.


Honestly Kingmaker is not Indiana Jones (that's Serpent's Skull or Skull and Shackles). Kingmaker is a bit grittier. So if I were to make any really drastic change it would probably be loosing the action points. I can live with 30 point buy as you already have your characters made. But feel free to let me know your feelings on the subject.

Oh and how often would you like to update. I'm for a minimum of twice a day from me and once (most days) from each of you--more often perhaps when drama ensues. Also what sort of schedules do you all have? My work schedule (including drive time) runs 3pm-3am EST Mon-Fri with occasional 8-10 hour blocks on Saturday and Sunday usually starting an hour or two earlier. Free Saturdays are my home game day (with evening start times).

And right now bedtimes.

'nite
GGG


KingmakerDM wrote:


This recruitment will be for 4-6 players to tackle the Kingmaker AP, beginning in the year 4708 AR. The campaign will differ at times from printed material and much about Brevoy will be different so don't count on things being the same as the source material. Sometimes I will use names of people but their personalities/abilities/goals, etc. will be far different from what is printed in canon. So, don't count on that. For now, in terms of background, all printed locations are good.

** spoiler de-omitted and revised italics = GGG additions**...

Races: Human, Elf, Half-Elf, Halfling, Dwarf, Half-Orc, Gnome. I like standard races, please don't ask to play a Tiefling. I do too, but if it is compelling enough I like Kitsune, Changelings, Tengu, etc.... But! if you have to take time to explain it to me it might cost you time and/or hemming and hawing on my part to determine whether you mean it or are doing it for purely meta-tactical reasons. And remember there might be social implications as well.

Alignment: No Evil please.

Level and other items: 1st Level, max gold for class, max HP for 1st level. 30 Point Buy - yes, you are supposed to be heroes. Really? So much of the ill-balanced Kingdom Building stuff hinges on this... Oh well, it is what it is. I'll deal with that in about four levels time.

Classes: Core only - no gunslingers, ninjas, samurai's or their derivatives. There is no tech in my Golarion. Any archetypes will need to be approved beforehand. Honestly if it's interesting/compelling--and fits the setting, I'm okay with it.

Traits: Pick two, one from the Kingmaker Character Trait list and the other from any core source.

Again, looking for 4-6 characters that will mesh well and make for a good party.


Other rules, I haven't yet found them, but I recall the former GM had some changes they imposed to the magic system. To keep things simple I suggest we just stick to the official rules and errata Paizo puts out.

So, what were you, the OG players, looking for from the game exactly (remember, I've only just scratched your discussion and recruitment threads)? I have a good idea were some of the characters want to be, but what are you guys looking for: action, politicking, suspense, dungeons, horror, exploration, playing civilization, epic mass combat, role-playing? How long do you want to go? To the very end? Since many of the modules were written by folks I know (and admire) if not in person than at least virtually I would absolutely love to play them all (with one or two side adventures that I am also fitting into my home game--it is a sandbox after all), but maybe that's not your cup of tea. So lemme know.

Oh and questions? If you got 'em spill 'em.

I've got characters to look at.
Gx3


First off I'm back and under my deadline (though I only got about half-way through page 6 of the gameplay posts and page one of discussion). Second I'm in, if you all are still willing but please be careful of assumptions (I'm looking at you gnome). I think it was even among the rules your old GM posted on his personal page. I hadn't responded yet and I already three players waiting...

MordredofFairy wrote:
Celyne wrote:
Orion, or you could join us here :)

would if I could, but GGG explicitly stated first chance goes to those who previously applied. Which is bad luck for me if those still want into the game as I guess inevitably those two spots will get filled that way.

Otherwise, i'd gladly join you.

I haven't gotten as far as looking over more than the first and last page of the recruitment thread. So I really haven't had time to "consider" anyone's character yet aside from the OG party members. So wow me. If nothing else you will have a kick ass character.

On that note, henceforth stick to the Core book, Advanced Player's Guide, Ultimate Combat, Ultimate Magic, and Advanced Race Guide for character creation (creation being the operative word, if you are OG and have got something outside that you're good unless it becomes a problem-which I doubt). I might expand that but, it's a good rule of thumb to start with until I see what all I'm working with.

G3

PS As far as character classes go, while Kingmaker is a sandbox in which even monks work well, at least one person, as Numalar suggests, with a straight BAB progression would be advisable.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Don't tell me Coiger has become that insufferable.


I might have a go, if you're willing.
I have never run a strictly online game. Though I have run long-spanning, often character-driven campaigns (in a number of systems). Currently I'm running Kingmaker for my home group. We've finished The Stolen Lands and just started Rivers Run Red. I'm not sure exactly how one attains all the bells and whistles to access the GM side of stuff on the messageboards, but I am willing to learn. I would probably run with 6ish players (it seems good to have spares around here) and keep your exGM's promise to those who previously applied and let them get first consideration. Would probably also use Google docs and their drawing program to distribute maps and handouts, but before all that I'd like to see were you've been and get a sense of were you want to go (mostly by reading the 400+ posts start to finish over the next day or so--I already did the character sheets/backgrounds). Likewise I would encourage you to read my resume (well, any potential GM's resume really). Just click on the big, green sahuagin head in the corner. Feel free to follow my alias' about as well--good for a sense of my RP style.

Got work tomorrow, and my current group's prep, and that novel I've been thinking about writing, oh... and my unified theory, but I love the material, so I'll see how much I can cut through and be back in 24 or so unless you say: "No thank you Mr. Great Green God, and not just 'no sir,' but HELL NO THANK YOU SIR!"

TTFN,
GGG

PS If you've got questions, I have answers.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Best Door Drill Ever!


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

You might want to just summarize your perception modifier, don't see a total on Spellcraft, and maybe just list your feats without the description (most people know what Improved Initiative does and if they don't it's easy enough to look up). Personally I think it just makes the block look cleaner and easier to read (especially with the number of feats you will eventually have). Oh and you have an extra "wizard 1" at the end of your grey-text stat bar and an extra "female" at the start. You might want to squeeze a "half-elf" in there somewhere.

As far as I know (and while I know the game passing well - I'm a recent Pathfinder Society member and then only online - I don't ever remember seeing anything that said you can't be a mediator. It would basically be the business end of Diplomacy, Intimidate and Sense Motive allowing you to make money from personal interaction and dispute settlement. As an alternative you might take Barrister, Diplomat, Guru, Sage, or Wandering Wise Woman as Professions. I've got a character who has Profession (That Wise, Old Guy Who Is So Exceedingly Wise He Has Nothing Better To Do Than Hang Out At The Edge Of Town Dispensing Advice) +8. So there you go.

See ya game-side,
G3

Oh and PS. You can just link it all as well, See Shonne's character page and look up near the top. Its just easier to view for some by just having it typed out on the page.


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Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

1.00=gp .10=sp .01=cp
So $98.56 = 98gp, 5sp, 6cp.
-GGG


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

If you haven't grabbed the online pathfinder society aids one is a inventory sheet (editable pdf).


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Nantas Slickskin wrote:
hmm yeah, I guess that is probably a female picture ... was the only Nagaji ... wasn't what I intended, but I'll go with that ... she's female!

Sorry, you just look like someone from my other Confirmation as the daring Sword of Katapesh! Note: Spoilers! Best read post-game.

So, yes I have played through this before, though not with Shonne (show-knee) nor with our DM Kludde. Though I have heard that this particular adventure is very variable, I will of course try to maintain the player/character knowledge boundary.

-G3

PS Thanks to DM Kludde for his most excellent comedic timing in giving me the set up for Shonne's complicated backstory.


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Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Olga the Unmarried wrote:

Olga seems flusterer by Nantas' suggestion and declines the offer with a wave of her hand:

"Well that's allright, I don' s'pose we'll find any handsome strangers in a seaside cave, would we? We best be focusing on the mission at hand, would we?"

As a side note, in 'ye olden days' of D&D you could almost guarantee finding a some barely dressed, nubile nymph imprisoned in the most godforsaken dungeons. Sure they were always evil magic-users, werewolves or succubi but hey! Girls!

In this party, given female to male ratio I would expect you could find a studly, shirtless mate chained to a wall somewhere, albeit temporarily until such time as he turned on us and and we would have to kill him and take his stuff. Then again given the more open minded times we live in, it could still be a succubus chained to the wall. I know I wouldn't mind. ;P

GGG


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
RyanH wrote:
Hmmm ... going to lock in one of the current new races Kitsune, Nagaji, Wayang ... any input on some fun combos?

DM Kludde The discussion thread is shared with about a dozen other games so I'm posting this here, if it's a problem lemme know.

RyanH I guess it depends on what you want to play. Looks like you've done this before so maybe go somewhere new, maybe play against type (or whatever type you usually play, i.e. dumb elf, sensitive dwarf, old human non-wizard, halfling thug, half-orc bard--you get the idea).

As for the "new" races maybe a kitsune bandit (maybe Seven Samurai style with a musket), nagaji sorcerer or monk other mystic, Lovecraftian, serpent-folky-type or perhaps an oracle (like the snake-related oracles of ancient Greece), somebody ninjed the wayang samurai.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

No worries here. Besides its gives me something to look forward to in retirement! ;)

-GGG


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MUST... NOT... RANT... ABOUT... OLD... SYSTEMS...

I know I'll rant about new ones!

As for recent editions of everyone's favorite most popular RPG, well I kinda hate minis and tactical movement. Reminds me of chess (another old person's game) and how long it took to get through a round of combat in Palladi-DAMN IT! and robs the game of a lot flow and imagination.

P1: "Why do all the enemies look like flattened President Lincolns?"

P2: "Wow, old skool metal miniatures. Are they poisonous?

G3: "'Cause I'm cheap! Now shaddup and play or I'll kill you in some completely arbitrary way involving anagrams."

P1: "NO, NOT BLACK LEAF! NO, NO! I'M GOING TO DIE!"

G3: "Marcie, chill. It's just a game. It's okay, sometimes characters die. It heightens the tension of the game. You can always roll up a new character. Maybe that healbot cleric you've been wanting--"

P1: "No, I'm going on Facebook and telling my friends you're a terrible game master.

G3: "I thought WE were FRIENDS?"

P1: "My REAL friends."

P3: "Go ahead and post. Facebook's my phone's home page."

P4: "What was the encounter level?"

G3: "Huh? Oh, uh, three, I think.

P4: "THREE!! THREE??? Really three? We're only supposed to have three of those a day. No wonder you died Marcie."

G3: "You can have four level three encounters in one day. You're still in range."

P4: "I'm sorry, but with our party wealth so far below the normal average, four level three encounters is a virtual death sentence.

G3 (through gritted teeth): "But you decided to go on rather than make camp."

P4: "Yes when we thought you were going to be fair and give us appropriate challenges for our characters."

G3: "I'M THE GM; I'M NEVER FAIR!"

P2: "See what I did there with the 'k' in 'skool'?"

P1: sniff, sniff


Kthulhu wrote:
houstonderek wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
When it comes to Grognards, my thoughts are usually, "if second edition was so good, why aren't you playing second edition?"
Because grognards are too busy playing OD&D or 1e?

yeah, 2e is kinda the bastard red-headed stepchild of D&D editions.

1e or 0e or B/X or BECMI/RC, that's the good stuff.

Here, here! or is it Huzzah? I can never remember. 'Must be old.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Post-heads-up (Lost Stolen Heir--Shonne): Sunday I'll be coming off the last of three 80-hour work weeks (job transitioning), so I should be a bit more post reliable starting Monday again (though 50-66 hours will be my new normal at work). Sorry for any out of character headaches.
-G3


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Thomas Eldrich wrote:
Sorry for the Non-posting over the weekend, My Wife's Grandma had a Stroke, so i've been Dealing with that. Will try to catch up and post some today.

My prayers as well.

-Matt


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Post-heads-up: Sunday I'll be coming off the last of three 80-hour work weeks (job transitioning), so I should be a bit more post reliable starting Monday again (though 50-66 hours will be my new normal at work). Sorry for any out of character headaches.
-G3


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Post-heads-up: Sunday I'll be coming off the last of three 80-hour work weeks (job transitioning), so I should be a bit more post reliable starting Monday again (though 50-66 hours will be my new normal at work). Sorry for any out of character headaches.
-G3


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Post-heads-up: Sunday I'll be coming off the last of three 80-hour work weeks (job transitioning), so I should be a bit more post reliable starting Monday again (though 50-66 hours will be my new normal at work). Sorry for any out of character headaches.
-G3


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Morgrym - 8574 wrote:
oops. :) Unstated goals and all.

My sentiments exactly.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Sorry I'm late. Long story but if I'll be back at lunch to post assuming I'm still invited.

GGG


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Divdesmit Deviņi wrote:

GM: Wanted to let you know a few things:

My character always has Feral Focus on. (Per Page 96 of the ACG, it has no limit for my archetype.)

By default, he has the Falcon on.

If you were blue, we could call you our BFF. ;)


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.
Richter Kyras wrote:
I did not know what to do lol so I just butted in. I was going to wait but thought Richter may have a chance of getting us in.

What Morgrym said.


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Hola!


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

I'm fine with it, but yeah, looking like a holy werewolf in these parts might be a problem.

As another alternative maybe a Scion of Humanity? I had one who didn't know he was an aasimar until his animal companion told him at about 7th level.


Thanks for having me. And Niles/Zat I hope to share a table with you down the road if only to shoot dialogue. Awesome. To everyone else good hunting!


Nigh-Deific Green Dragon * Note: The Great Green God doesn't go for any of that "stat" stuff. Consider him "unstatted" in the White Wolf/World of Darkness sense of the word.

Ouch, hope you're up and about soon. My brother-in-law had that done a few years back (he played ice hockey). So if you are a hockey player here's hoping you got to drop the gloves and overbear the other person (especially since you're the beatstick of our particular party).

From Hockeytown, USA to you,
Your Beatstick side-kick,
GGG


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The above plus, any of the various art books by Brian Froud (Faeries (with Alan Lee), Good Faeries/Bad Faeries, Goblins!. The Time Life Enchanted World Series serves as a sort of Cliff's Notes to fairy tales, folk lore and world mythology. For a straight bestiary try the Encyclopedia of Things that Never Were. And lastly, for a bit of cosmic nihilism, I suggest you try The Encyclopedia Cthulhiana which, as a bit of meta-fun, posts it's own Chaosium Call of Cthulhu RPG mythos tome stats inside the book itself. Remember to divest yourself of sharp objects and confine yourself to a room with no right angles before cracking the spine on this one.

Oh and I guess, Wikipedia's list of cryptids.

GGG


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...Dave?


Ooo, can anyone play?
Let's see old skool rulez spider sense tells me:
Str = 18
Cha = 8

And then everything else is gravy, right?

Stat Roll: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (3) + 7 = 10
Stat Roll: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (4) + 7 = 11
Stat Roll: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (6) + 7 = 13
Stat Roll: 1d10 + 7 ⇒ (4) + 7 = 11

Hmmm... carry the one... 20 points. That works.

Be right back.


Spencer krigbaum wrote:


Thank you though for the Help, If anyone has any tips for me feel free to share

This sort of depends on were you plan to go with this, but I would suggest staying away from the small presses at first and aim for the top. Literally anyone can produce a decent pdf these days and as Brekkil mentioned the pay schedule and rate ain't so hot on the lower tiers -actually- let's be truthful here, the starting freelance rate for anything gaming related sucks compared to working for any other periodical this side of your high school's newspaper and, AND! The publishing world at large would probably look more kindly on you for the high school gig. This is a labor of love, not money.

I suggest making sure you have the means to indulge in game design (whatever part of the field you are in) before you start. Because for the most part you will be losing money. Remember your basic math: Time = Money, which means the reverse is also true. You have got to invest a lot of time in the trenches for very little if any pay before you even have the chance of making money in the field - and then you won't have time to spend it because you'll always be working - and when you do spend it it'll be on the next game mechanic source book.

How much overtime do you suppose the Paizo editor's pull?

As for college, I would look into some scholarships or grants - because even a year or two of actual university-level English is better than none. If you were taking AP classes you should qualify for something.

G3


Well someone had to bump this thread.

;)
GGG


Partners in Crime. Pretty well done actually. One of Russell's better scripts (this from a guy who didn't like a lot of his season 1 and 2 stuff). It much lighter than some of the previous stories making it a nice change of pace and perfect for reintroducing Donna. Loved the evil Mary Poppins (who can't quite fly on her own) riff, the cubical scene, Donna's grandfather missing the alien invasion, and the other previously mentioned laugh out loud moments. All in all a fun watch.

As to those of you who didn't like, all I have to say is that I'm reporting you for madness.

;)
GGG

So Vic what did you think? This is a "series 4" thread not a "4th ed." thread so I expect some Paizo Whovians to stop by. ;)


John Simcoe wrote:
Just write and publish your own, and then wait for the money to come flooding in!

Ha!

;)
GGG


Darkjoy wrote:
John Simcoe wrote:
Just write and publish your own, and then wait for the money to come flooding in!

I've considered becoming an E-publisher just so I can charge people ;>

I read on Enworld that 100 copies sold is actually quite a good run for an e-publisher ;<

It's true the RPG industry is shrinking faster than a Polar Bear Club member in January. The only way to fight back is to take the time to teach someone else the game (preferably someone who still has Summer vacation). Young kids can learn so much from Role-Playing, stuff you just don't get with your WOW subscription.

Anyhow cheers.
The Great Green God


Steve Greer wrote:


Oh, and thanks for ruining my night of At the Mountains of Madness last night, Pett. Lovecraft starts talking about Mnar and all of a sudden all I can think of is the insane, nonsensical messageboard ramblings of some crazy old Brit.

But all the kids are doing it.

Mnar,
-Great Green Outer God


1765th Post Whoohoo! Such an accomplishment deserves a day off from work. Heh, who am I kidding I already have the day off.

Anyhow, I felt compelled to post on this thread for more than just sentiment. Turns out that an actual "Black Hole" (No Hags allowed) adventure of mine made it to "print" in the Neo-Digital-Dungeon. Witching Season finally hit the public after bouncing back and forth between the WotC and Paizo offices. Get it while it's free!

Are there any other Black Hole projects swirling out there in the void? Let us know because we are only a few months away from the event horizon, at which point they all get compacted down into 4e!

;)
-GGG


Sean, Minister of KtSP wrote:
Taliesin Hoyle wrote:
A timely political proclamation from British comedian, John Cleese
Trey wrote:
Not actually by Cleese, for what it's worth.
Nor is it timely. I've been seeing this one circulate for about four or five years.

I would argue we have needed it for about eight.

GGG


Mr. Slaad wrote:
I may go 4e, but I will UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES use DDI for ANYTHING.

That's too bad, I've got a 3.5 adventure coming out later this month in the DDI.

Oh well, I hope everyone else likes it.

The Once and Future Dungeon Contributing GGG


Heathansson wrote:


Depends--when will iphones project holographic pornography, or fire high-velocity poisoned needles?

Right about -THUD....


The Jade wrote:
I knew I was misspelling his name but then failed to go back and edit the mistake. Thanks for pointing out my blunder, G3. Now he's gonna beat me to smithereens with a rusty helmet.

Wait so we are going to have to pay Greg?

Well at least that Buar guy comes cheap right? And Daigle is writing a Trans Am adventure right?

;)
GGG


The Jade wrote:
Great Green God wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Wow, I'm writing one of the adventures with the great Greg Vaughn. I've been holding off on asking this question but... what's cyberpunk?

Greg Vaughn? And here I thought you meant Greg Vaughan. Greg Vaughn is that pizza delivery dude from Cleveland right? I heard that place rocks.

;)
GGG

I knew I was misspelling his name but then failed to go back and edit the mistake. Thanks for pointing out my blunder, G3. Now he's gonna beat me to smithereens with a rusty helmet.

Dang it, I don't mod these boards. Where's the delete button....

I need a hacker.

-G-Cube


The Jade wrote:
Wow, I'm writing one of the adventures with the great Greg Vaughn. I've been holding off on asking this question but... what's cyberpunk?

Greg Vaughn? And here I thought you meant Greg Vaughan. Greg Vaughn is that pizza delivery dude from Cleveland right? I heard that place rocks.

At least he's cheaper than that other Greg. And we won't be firing up that old Greg v Rich rivalry.

;)
GGG


Trey wrote:
The Jade wrote:
Wow, I'm writing one of the adventures with the great Greg Vaughn. I've been holding off on asking this question but... what's cyberpunk?

Someplace Billy Idol wishes he never went. :P

In the midnight hour she cried- "more, more, more"

GGG


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GGG
PS Well, I like to think I'm a fave. ;)

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