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Walter Sheppard wrote:
I agree with Walter and I do not think you will have a problem with this at the local level. Let me know if you do though.
Robert manages to get Tobias' attention by presenting the letter. "Ahh yes if I could just take a look at that." He quickly scans the document. "That all seems to be in order. If you could follow me please I will take you to the rare book section."
Tobias leads you through a set of double doors. Inside a large table stands at the center of this large room, whose walls are lined with rows upon rows of inset shelves. A set of double doors is the only way into the room, and two stone statues depicting bearded scholars with open books are the only other decorations.
Posting link to the map at the top of the page.
If you go to the Event Settings section along the left side of the screen. Then select Options along the top. That should take you to a screen that has a check box next to Allow waitlisting for activities without available seats. Check that box then hit save changes and your problem should be resolved.
Tiefling (My first boon) is an inquisitor of Zon Kuthon
I have two Wayangs, one is an alchemist the other is an order of the Lion samurai.
My Kitsune is shy and doesn't show his real face unless he's knocked unconscious. He also talks to himself a lot.
My Nagaji is leaning toward a dual wield ranger. Probably going to go with katanas.
I've had several other triple race boons but I gave them all good homes.
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but PFS credit can not be given out unless the pre-generated characters are used. All the rules for running a PFS legal game are in a document that can be downloaded with the chronicle sheets.
To be fair this isn't just a PbP problem, but one that is seen on all play styles of the game. I do agree that there need to be more GMs though. I am still pretty new to PbP, so I do not know how steep the learning curve to GM one is. I am planning on running one shortly after my first game is finished.
I had a secondary thought on this. Instead of trying to put in some rule, why not reward good behavior. What if GMing PbP games got you into PbP games easier? Like saving a spot or two each game for some one who GMs? It is something one of my current PbP GMs tries to do and I think it might help.
Stephen Radney-MacFarland wrote:
Perfect. Thank you!
I got to try out the investigator yesterday and I had a question; it may have already been asked.
The investigator can use inspiration
So is this one of those abilities that requires me to have at least one in my inspiration pool? Or can I use it with zero inspiration left?
Michael Brock wrote:
I see all of this talk. I can't believe no one wanted the falcons boon that gives you a phoenix as a mount or companion. It is also gives immunity to the ignorance of GMs that are also Taints fans. Oh well, I will file it away again and try for next year.
I heard the phoenix boon was like the owl bear in We Be Goblins Too. It looks like a phoenix but it is really just a goblin doing the dirty bird.
Kyle Baird wrote:
It is also how Dennis Baker killed my Druid's wolverine. He had a bigger grin from that then he does in those Storval Stairs pics from Paizocon.
"Devil's Advocate" wrote:
Thing is, even if Torch does his thing, that doesn't just make the Decemvirate any more desirable or make the SL any less needed or wanted. How many times had Professor X gone away and the X-Men still kept on? No reason this is any different. It just means that a leader of the SL, (one almost no one even knew about for the longest time) is gone (in a very unplublic event that no one else knows about anyway), and now some how the Faction disbands?
This is a little bit different. This would be more like he just assassinated Magneto took over the Brotherhood of evil mutants and then thanked the X-men for all the hard work they did as it helped make it possible. Now will the X-men continue to fight? Definitely, but would they want to continue fighting under tha banner of the X-men? Probably not.
I was very disappointed with Rivalry's End. Having come into PFS in season 3, I knew nothing of previous Shadow Lodge stories and it was advertised as a faction that looks out for the individual Pathfinders and watches what the Decemvirate were doing. That was what my fighter signed up for and now I am left with a rotten taste in my mouth telling me that I have been played all along. Not sure where she goes from here.
I think that is pretty much how most of the SL characters should feel. We were betrayed and want revenge and it is going to be tough to trust someone again. If you still feel a little lost read through the full conclusion of the scenario. The Decemvirate do lot to help keep the shadow lodge members around. Including that extra SL only bonus you get.
Michael Azzolino wrote:
I will also throw in
* 4-01 Severing Ties
Jerry Cummings wrote:
He was definitely stabilized before the bomb though.
Yes you can play an adventure for credit even if you have already run it as a GM. As you stated it does need to be a different character. There are a few things you can do as a courtesy to your GM and fellow players. First let the GM know you have prior knowledge of said adventure. Second try to play in a way that does not ruin the story for the other players. Other then that have fun with it.
Ronin games is close by. I may be able to set something up if you are interested.
Going back to the original post what another GM was pointing out was the wording in blundering defense which reads
When you fight defensively or you use the total defense action, allies gain a luck bonus to AC and CMD equal to 1/2 the dodge bonus from the action you are taking.
The GM's argument is that it uses the phrase "from the action you are taking" instead of something like "players total bonus". I can honestly see both sides of the argument. I would just like to see a clear answer so Cao Phen can play his character correctly on other tables as this is a society character so he will have to deal with different GMs.
Will Johnson wrote:
I like how he took offense to that but said nothing when Dennis referred to him as Will two times in an earlier post.