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What are your PCs and their interests/goals/motivations, Lord Fyre? That might be a good place to start to figure out what small mini quests you might want to get them used to the setting before the expedition begins.
We haven't created characters yet.
But you do have a point, as this would help connect them to the people of Torch most relevant to them.
Though I still love, and plan to use Mathmuse's idea about The Tarnished Halls.
So, the ambush would be the Kellids trying to "betray" the party? Or remove the ambush and have something stranger at the escape pod site.
Having downloaded it, you are absolutely right!
Perhaps if an important supply (or parts) were running low in the Crowfeather Palice? This would introduce them to Joram Kyte and Iven Lesky (and rumors 3 [headaches], 18 [ratfolk bandits], & possibly 8 [gremlins]).
The heroes could travel there, encounter the crash site & the Kellid raiders (probably Blood Gars given the location), continue to The Tarnished Halls to pick up the package, and then return to Torch.
That would, of course only be their first task. :)
I am looking for ideas for a pre-quest for Iron Gods. It would start approximately Day -2 of the official start of the AP, during Khonnir Baine's fifth expedition.
I am looking to write someting in the spirit of Pathfinder Society Scenario Intro 1: First Steps—Part I: In Service to Lore. For those not familiar with that scenario, the heroes go to different NPCs (They are some of the Faction leaders in the society, and perform (adventuring) tasks for them). Each task is roughly equivalent to an encounter of some kind (combat, puzzles, or investigation).
My goal for this pre-adventure are:
Any ideas you can suggest, would be helpful. :)
"Monistary" doesn't necessarily mean "Martial Arts" monks.
Actually, what is your goal as a GM with this side quest?
But it would even need to be "Captain Nog." But, he should be a senior officer.
But that doesn't seem to be in the cards either.
Grey Lensman wrote:
I enjoyed the first, and didn't bother with the second once I heard they were trying to redo Khan. Wrath of Khan is as close to a perfect Star Trek film as one is going to get, any attempt to delve into that theme was doomed from the start, and that's before you add in the magical blood.
The whole point of "the new timeline" was to NOT rehash old stories (... but Paramout wanted to go with something that worked before).
Hayato Ken wrote:
Military Expansionism is almost a moral imperative for Hobgoblins.
captain yesterday wrote:
Perhaps, but moving to the "exotic" setting of Lingshen would have made the story vastly more interesting then it is now. (... and provided an opportunity to further develop that part of Golarion.)
Matthew Shelton wrote:
This is dealt with in the Iron Gods material.
Thomas Seitz wrote:
And saying Joss Whedon's name mean that someone you really care about is going to die horribly.
Ross Byers wrote:
Actually, it could even be marketing - suggesting that the establishment is older then it really is.
Nutcase Entertainment wrote:
That would be both a different thread, and promptly closed by the Paizo moderators.
(That said, a "Science Fantasy Adventurers" sourcebook might have been a "safer move.")
Do you already own the AP books for these adventures?Else, I would say that the Rise of the Runelords Anniversary would be your go to for this; as a collection it would be much cheaper then buying the six books of any other AP.
Also, as a sanctioned AP, your players could apply the chronicle sheets to their normal PFS characters.
The PCs returned the horses after the rescue of Areal and managed to calm down Thesing. I had him brag about the show and a few of the PCs now want to attend. The PCs want to go and see the performance. One of them reminded me of the theater adventure in the back of the D20 Cthulu book I had run about 10 years ago so it made me want to put something together. Any suggestions on a one session theater based scenario would be welcome ( from the audience side of the stage as six fold is coming up) but specifically any ideas where I can get a theater map and any suggestions for a tentacled monster that would he appropriate for 2nd level PCs?
Check out the Pathfinder Society adventure Amoung the Living.
While it is set in Taldor, it should be adaptable to Cheliax. Do read the reviews, however, as I believe that they would help with the adapting part.
One thing I would definitely suggest is to not have all the NPCs so quickly murdered by the zombie horde. This gives the PCs a chance to rescue some people and feel more heroic (and will also encourage them to explore more of the buidling).
Also, the "bad guys" in this need not be Zyphus cultists. Kuthanites would fit better into the AP's storyline.
Thank You.I was afraid to try to answer this directly.
Gleaming Terrier wrote:
Though you do point out why MARVEL needed to keep James Rhodes and kill off Tony Stark.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
2) Why the f!ck is Bendis writing this? He has demonstrated he can really only write one book, occasionally two, at time and do it well. Anything more and he starts phoning it in. If Marvel wants this to succeed, he needs to hand it off to another writer... possibly even a woman or non-white writer.
A non-white writer would be a good move.
So would a woman artist.
Dale McCoy Jr wrote:
How is this suppose to split the warehouse staff and customer service? Will Cosmo have to make a clone of himself without his trademark 'stache?
Actually, there should be enough pieces of him all over the place to make a spare Cosmo at this point.
Chris Lambertz wrote:
All right then. I can go ahead with my purchase.
Armor Training 1 also allows full movement in Medium Armor (PF Core, p 56).
But, that doesn't solve the problem with the horrible strength score. I think it is just an error that slipped through with this complicated stat block.
You were killed by a member of your own party?
Are you sure you want to continue to adventure with them?
captain yesterday wrote:
I may have misinterpreted your intent. You were praising the Jade Regient AP, however, you are correct to point out that your were praising in terms of being a "dangerous travel" AP, not a "Asian setting" AP.
Tien Xia would have been a wonderful setting for a Hobgoblin invasion.