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A game of Scion! I've never had a group to play, but these books changed the way I RP, they hold a special place in my heart. I just can't pass this up!
I have in mind a Scion of Hermod (God of couriers and former scion of Odin.) But unless I've missed it in the books there is no official rules for him. Would you be happy for me to house rule something?
I like the courier aspect and the story of him travelling to hel to bargain for baldr's soul/life.
Flipping paizo keeps kicking me out!
I'll have a character up in the next day... (I hope!)
[Edit]I'll check while I'm able to get through. I'm planning a melee inquisitor worshiper of Aroden (explained in fluff) I don't want to cramp with pirate Rob though, given that there shouldn't be too much cross over (still considering grimour archetype) would you consider two inquisitors?[/edit]
It should be automatic, when an alias posts in a certain campaign gameplay thread then that campaign is added to their individual campaign tab. The campaign tab for your main profile (so AbyssDancer for you) should list all the campaigns that any of your aliases are involved in. This is how I used to keep track of my campaigns.
That said the system is not bug free. I say 'used to' because a few of my characters simply dropped out of campaigns, the campaigns were not listed in their campaign tab, nor in my main profile.
Now I use the online campaigns main page (paizo/community/onlinecampaigns) you can 'focus' this so that only threads you have read or posted in are shown.
The forums are quite complex if you've not been using them long, I'm surprised no-one has made a how-to guide somewhere.
Sorry if that got a bit wordy...
Tower Defense Pathfinder style!
You could always have an artifact within the tower's heart that provides a force shield so that it can only be toppled once the artifact is removed. Or even an artifact which provides the animation itself, you can knock down the tower but as long as the heart remains within it will reconstruct itself... in more and more chaotic ways, upside down etc!
I've been playing on the boards for a couple of years now (I think?) One of the first games I was part of is still going from strength to strength (in fact we started a second game with the same group of players) But every other game I have been part of has faltered and then failed. Once you get a good group I say hold on to it for dear life, but don't flog a dead horse. If it's not flowing it's not flowing.
The problem is I think the problem is self perpetuating. Once a group starts to go bad people put less effort in because its probably not going to work. Equally with building characters, I'm so used to putting effort into characters only to have them wasted (or in need of a rebuild at least) after a week, it's very disheartening...
I would be very happy to carry something on with this group, don't really mind what to be honest but I think we had something good. <sad violin music> if Flan is willing to GM I'll bite his hand off.
Thanks for the heads up Khaz I was tempted when I saw that in recruitment, but me and Warhammer are on an extended break.
Dotting. Been following your interest check.
Just a couple of things...
Two traits? (Do you allow drawbacks? Would you consider a homebrew drawback if I run it past you first, the official ones always seem a little... limp.)
What sort of wealth do we start with?
Within the caveat of no third party, is all Paizo Pathfinder material on the table? Guns?
Think that's it for now, my mind's racing on this one...
Check out the Devolutionist archetype from Horror Adventures. Fits rather well I think.
One of the minion players could even play your devolved companion.
Thank you for having us Mathpro!
Looking forward to playing with you all.
This coming week is half term break here, meaning my kids and I have a week off. My posting may be brief until I'm back at work.
As for character concept: I'm looking to run an indiana jones-y rogue/bard/swashbuckler type, he is an explorer and trader in old thassilonian(sp?) Artifacts. But is down on his luck and is currently trying to drink Sandpoint dry. That's what I'm throwing around anyway. What's everyone else thinking?
That's the problem I'm having with it to be honest. It's very cool in concept and fits with the character I was thinking of playing.
Some kind of old seeming advisor to the high ups who is actually a bad ass with a sword
But not sure how well it will fit in the campaign, and with party dynamics in general. I wondered if anyone had any experience playing as/alongside one.
Im leaning towards not as it is.
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