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Ok, playing around with a gnome horselord and just hit level four. So I want to make sure I'm doing this right and legal. For my wolf to carry me and all my gear...
1) I take the feat 'extra item slot' setting it for 'shoulders'
2) then I can buy my wolf muleback cords, so he can carry me, my gear and his saddle, bit, etc.
Am I correct?
Our elf ranger knocked applesauce into negatives, but our cleric saved him. Given the rural nature of the community, the kid tells his dad, "The tall skinny lady with the dark eyes just hauled off an' kilt Applesauce, then he," points to cleric, "brought 'im back to life!"
The elf got looks from the rest of the town after that, killing the poor boy's pet like that.
Michael Brock wrote:
Ok all. After discussing it at the meeting today, the team has decided this scenario is just too important to the fundamentals of the Society for anyone to miss. So, it will be available for open play with no minimum table requirements. Enjoy!
Awesome! Thank you for the revisit and the yummy goodness.
Freehold DM wrote:
Loved transformers prime. Loved arcee, the approach to violence and death, and the kids grew on me over time.
They grew on me too, though I was glad for a kidless conclusion movie.
Of course I loved Arcee, I'm biased though, her voice actress is a) hot and b) a local girl.
I would like to add my voice to this not being an 'exclusive'.
While I've had great fun playing Race for the Runecarved Key, and Blood over Absalom (and likely Diamond City when it becomes available)* none of these have been as 'game changing' as The Paths We Choose sounds. Based on the limited data, I'd say please open it up and skip the exclusion period.
We've been blessed enough to run the specials as restaurant events, and are about to outgrow our host eatery
One other thing I forgot about running this...
I have an 'Appalachian twang' that normally lays dormant, but I brought it out in force for this. Every NPC they met looked them up and down, and said, 'y'aren't from 'round here, are ya?"
So much that the party started saying "No, we're not from around here." before I could say it.
If you really play them up as nice but strange backwoods folk, it works best.
I liked the first one, I thought they did a good job of merging the different Ghost Riders (70's Blaze, Ketch, and modern Blaze). I'd have liked it if one of the cops was Badalino, and I liked how they did the (Ketch era) Pennance Stare.
World of Ham or not, at least Cage loves his work. :-)
With the Phantom/Ghost Rider also having aspects of the Caretaker from the Ketch Era, I think they could have developed into more of the Midnight Sons from the 90's as well. (Darkhold would have made a good TV show format, and I'd love to have the Nightstalkers back. Give me Frank and 'Linda' please. :-))
Matthew Pittard wrote:
Based on the scenarios...
A new nobility vs idealist split comes to mind.
For Taldor, a pro-Eutropia vs patriarchy split comes to mind.
Qadera you get the Saranite factions warring.
Osiron it is the battle of the sages! :-)
I like the overview in this blog. It does make me start to plot out a "mini arc" for PFS...
Comic book invasion to hook new players in.
(Aside: thanks to Origins, I always picture/play Shelia with Harvey Firestein's voice.)
Not so much feats, but don't underestimate trick arrows from the alchemy manual.
Tangleshot arrows never get old for medium sized opponents. Even if they make the trivial reflex save to keep from being stuck to the floor, you've penalized them and they still have to burn an action to get free. My archerologist just hit seven and still shoots them.
Also if your umd is good, look at wands/spell page of aspect of the falcon and a metamagic rod of extend, to get your heroism lasting 20 min a level.
A bard cohort is also a good use of leadership. His performance stacks with yours :-)
An excuse to watch the Mummy and drool over Patricia Vasquez and Rachel Weiz again? How can I resist?
Well mutant scanning aside...
My point was that being able to build the Guardian suit, Box armor*, or even iron Man/War Machine/Rescue armors isn't a "power" Forge just does it faster. The line starts to blur between Forge (mutant power is building things) Hank McCoy (mutant whose power is not tied to his intellect) and Tony Stark or Bill Gates.
IOW, if Tony didn't use the armor, and just maintained a suit for Rhodey, which one would register.
*Obviously, Madison Jeffrey's version does require powers...
When my PCs get letters from Venture Captains, they get them in style. What other things do you all do for a bit of extra prep work?
Well I like to use music to set the mood. When I ran The Disappeared I queued up "The Plot" from the original Mission Impossible when they were working on the cypher. I also player the Magnificent Seven theme for the mission briefing for Defenders of Nesting Swallow, and the A Team theme when they were plotting how to do the defending.
Battlestar Operatica also works for chamber music. :-)
It seems to me they've set up the second season for themes of identity.
*Colson's dealing with the influence of the drug/Supreme intelligence
*Fitz recovering from brain damage. How much of him is still him if he's normal intelligence?
*Skye dealing with her inhuman/kree/badoon heritage?
*Hopefully Ward trying to find who Ward is without a "Garret and" in front of his name.
Heck, depending on Fitz's state, there are some potential parallels between him and Ward if they've both lost key parts of themselves.
Edit: and Fury confirming that T.A.H.I.T.I. did save an Avenger was a moment of heartwarming by itself.
Edit 2: what if the doodle is a circuit diagram for a certain maleveloent A.I.?
Few things make me laugh out loud, that was one of them.
Also the return of that gun. "I know what it does."
The doodles look familiar, but I can't place 'em.
Ok, for something completely different...
I'm in the mood for stories on how parties talked their way out of combats.
My contribution, Level 1 Thornkeep:
due to some high stealth, and higher diplomancy, I got the goblins playing dice to agree to a game. If we won, we'd be able to enter the tunnels. The cleric had a candle, so I had her light one, and the game was the three gobbos and I would each take turns holding our hand over the flame. Whomever held out the longest won the game.
I was playing a tiefling... So not only talked our way out of an encounter, I won the pot too :-)
Amusing aside. In "To another shore" Green Arrow sings his own theme music at one point.
And Wonder Woman reads from my favorite poem!
OK carry on
Drogon, still on my phone here but maybe it is my mentality not jiving with yours.
I'm thinking more of the situation previously outlined of "table fails to coalesce gm left going home because he can't replay for no credit." Not "hey Drogon is running 5-45 Burn down the Blakros Museum again! Let's fill all those slots because he's awesome."
Maybe that's my disconnect. I'm thinking of good people in bad situations. Not as an all the time thing.
OK. On break at work so excuse phone typos.
The advantages I see for allowing noncredit five + replays.
Society benefit: if there are two tables+ signed and one doesn't go off due to cancelations, neither GM has to sit it out and no one has to sit through a "cold run" of a new scenario. It also means that at least one person's prep isn't wasted.
It benefits new players in that if you get s batch of walk ins you can run an older scenario and not slaughter the new characters.
Play play play!
It helps avoid the "table of death" in season 4 (5 players, barely in tier) by giving that sixth body. Maybe even filling a hole.
Personally? Many of our locals have characters that we'd love to see interact in a scenario. If a local gets her Ulfen up to 7th level, and someone is running where mammoths fear to tread, we'd both enjoy me replaying it with Ksenia for no credit, for example.
Actually the first concept in faith?hread was just a renegade. :-)
More mechanically there is nothing indicating you have to keep following Raz to stay in class. No sign of needing to return home for "booster shots" or having the symbiot in your pouch changed. :-)
As to converting to evangelist. Why not? We know the big R is getting divine help, so why not make the leap of faith? "In my darkest hour I prayed to the big R and he was silent. In despair I cried out to Nethys, and he awoke in me."
I mean it's not like there's a precident of a character calling out to a goddess he doesn't worship and get an answer..."
I think you hit my nail on the head Yumi, I go to have fun, on both sides of the screen.
We're trying to build a pool of GMs. I've offered to 'ride shotgun' playing for no credit, and helping the GM with the scenario. Everyone wins. I pull out an iconic that isn't my normal type, and run with it, and the GM has a more experienced person who knows the scenario.
Ok, looking at a Sorcerer for The Accursed Halls this weekend, figured I'd have some fun with builds, and as far as I can tell, Wildblood and Razmirian priest don't conflict.
Now that said, can a Razmirian priest in PFS be a heretic? (i.e not worship the big R?) I've the idea of a half elf, who 'left the faith'.
Is such a thing legal?