I will read up on hero points.
Guns...not really for or against guns. I mean come on magic would kick gun's asses, right? That in mind,how far along are the guns we're talking about? Like sixteenth century or civil war?
Give me a format and I'll follow. Lucky for you I am nearly a blank slate. Thank you again!
LOL, Sunny how dare you invite a non-troll to our troll hole. JK JK
I am down to meet new peeps for sure, but with a little more grace. I look forward to returning to the Wormwood.
My girlfriend wants to run a Kingmaker session just for little ole me. I feel special. I will check in here later or in the morning.
I am rereading the last two days posts now. With all the real world excitement, I think I missed some stuff the first time through. I've been scatterbrained as hell so hopefully this gets my head out of my ass.
I can remove my attempt to influence the "untouchable" or you can have her chew my ass royally or whatever else you have in mind Aperture.
Good looking out for me Aora; I needed a check.
Welcome. A week ago I was in the same boat. If you learn the ropes by reading some campaign gameplay threads and the guide linked above, it shouldn't be too bad. Spend some time making a real character and you'll go far.
Good luck and glad to see someone who gets something they want to learn and goes for it. Well Done!
As for the man behind the mask, I'm a 33 year old man who is finishing his last year of a math degree at Eastern Michigan University. I love the Grateful Dead and all kinds of Fantasy. I'd had limited experience with tabletop games until I turned thirty. I decided that everyone reluctant to grow up should get the D&D core books set for their thirtieth. I went a little haywire from there.
Thousands of hours and dollars later I've found a hobby that encompasses so many of my interests. I love the game, the process...everything. Pathfinder happens to be the best presentation and rule-set I've encountered, so I find myself here.
In high school I read Raymond E Feist's The King's Buccaneer, to this day it is the archetype for high seas fantasy in my opinion. Any suggestions to add to my picture of Pirate Fantasy?
I look forward to a fun game. Very nice to meet you folks.
1. What position do you see yourself eventually in on a ship?
2. How do you feel about piracy and killing? Piracy can only occur when people are making enormous profits, otherwise their goods and wealth would be better protected. The fact that merchants are greedy enough to fill vessels to the brim with valuables and float them across the sea makes them foolish. If pirates skim a few what's the problem? As for killing, its the rule of nature, survival of the fittest. It doesn't bother Herbert.
3. What trait and why? I selected the Eye for Plunder it fits Herb's background. He lost it all in a blaze of glory. He feels he owes a few people. Gold by any means is his goal.
Hello Aperture. I have to put the finishing touches on Herbert Degrasse and answer your questions. I am new at this, so please bear with me. I can post twice a weekday without any problem. I have a couple of years experience with D&D and recently switched to PF. The PbP idea is interesting. I really like what the formatting can do for revealing thought process and secrets.
So, let me see if I got this.
I think I can; I think I can.
Acrobatics: 1d20 + 5 ⇒ (13) + 5 = 18
What happens if I fail?
Yep, I'm lame, but I think I can use the tools of the trade now.
Hello everyone! I'm new to PbP, but I love the idea. I think I will enjoy forging my actions and responses. I've played D&D for a few years and recently switched to PF. I hope to run into some of you in a game.