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Grand Lodge

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Glad you are back, and hopefully well.

Just a big thanks for an awesome preview. They all look great. The Leaping Boggard is really cool.

I look forward to a Feiya redo. She maybe my favorite Iconic. I appreciate Wizkids commitment to get it right.

Cheers!

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Kelarith wrote:
Moving my own token worked like a charm.

Glad you found your token. ;)

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Hopefully you should be able to move your tokens around the map. It is easy to get the underlying map out of sync with the tokens. The back button to the far left can undo any hiccups.

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Ilsoari will firmly clasp Garrath's other shoulder and look him in the eyes with a steady resolve, "That is exactly the kind of lessons these children need in these parts. Well met friend."

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Thanks for this Brandark. I promise not to kill off your character. :)

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One of my house rules, that I am not even sure is a house rule, is that when a monster falls dead or unconscious, his square or multiple squares become difficult terrain. I have been playing that way in my home brews since 1st edition.

Any thoughts?

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I like Romanian for Varisian. :)

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Elektra Stardancer wrote:
I picture her as a female jesuit monk. I know one who was a professor in Theology, politology, doctor of economics and psychology and spoke almost 2 dozen languages from all over the world. And was an extremly nice man!

Sounds like one of those persons where it is truly a blessing and an honor when you are able to be with them.

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Advantage Elektra ;)

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Languages:

This PBP format appears to be a great way to make use of the different languages. I like using the spoilers, showing the language spoken or any non-common languages.

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Elektra Stardancer wrote:

A

picture of Elektra

It is a more detailed version of your Avatar. Looks good.

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Garrath Tricks the Giants wrote:
He wanders over to the game, but rather than hiding himself, he finds one of the children who seems a bit outmatched and giving them a wink, helps them hide to try and let them win the contest.

An older man notices you working to help the boy. He approaches.

"You have a kind heart. Darus struggles competing with the other boys. My name is ILSOARI GANDETHUS, I run the Turandarok Academy. It is both a school for local children, and an orphanage for those less fortunate," the older man comments. "We are always looking for those good with children to help work one-on-one with the orphans and some of the town's other children too.

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Brandark Plainswalker wrote:

As for the map, I know I cannot move my token. I just found myself. :)

No one can move their own tokens, YET. When we get to a less busy map, you will be able to move your own tokens.

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Garrath Tricks the Giants wrote:
the only thing I'm not seeing is a Garrath Token.

Q8. I made need to use a brighter background.

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Brandark Plainswalker wrote:

Map comes up well for me.

Kelvin, how do you get that info into your stat line ?

If you edit your profile, you can put a lot more on the Class/Level line than just the Class and Level. You can put a good sized part of your stats. Kelvin's character profile is a good example of some of the information you can put on this line.

Gameplay Note: Ameiko tells Brandark that there are chests in each room for storing the bulk of your equipment. You could use your own lock for free, or for the 3cps rent a lock. The lance is another issue. It is too long for the chest. Ameiko suggest storing it under the bed, suggesting that if anyone tries to steal something that big, they will become easily noticed.

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Posting may be spotty tomorrow. Everyone have a great weekend. This has been fun!

Tordek, Dwarf Fighter (Brandark)
Graycloak Ranger (Kelvin)

So far......

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Ameiko Kajitsu looks at the Dwarf, "We are all but full with the Festival." She turns around and quietly chats with an older Halfling Woman and returns, "We have one bed left in one of the common rooms. It is one Silver for the night, preferably not one of Cheliaxian mint. You know they put tin in their silver. By the way try this! Ameiko shoves a wooden bowl at Brandark and hands him a pair of sticks. The contents of the bowl is mainly noodles with pieces of vegetables and meat mixed in.

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As Kelvin bows and heads toward the crowd, the extremely lean and fit human female instructor says, "Please good sir, that was most impressive. Someone of your self-control and perfection must be favored of Irori. I am SABYL SORN, and am at your service. You would be welcome to meditate any time at the House of Blue Stones."

Kelvin need not make any rolls to seek the aid of SABYL SORM in the future. Please note that in your profile. It may come up at some point in the campaign. Plus I suffer from a serious CRS disorder sometimes.

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I am toying with the idea of using photos of miniatures with a handful of smaller encounters. Particularly encounters where Paizo does not have a map.

Please consider a Dungeons & Dragons Miniature (DDM) or a Pathfinder Battles Miniature (PFB) for your PC.

I have provided a link to a miniatures site (Plasticrypt). At the top is a link to the various manufacturers, and then by year of release the various sets.

Plasticrypt Website

The link should take you to the first DDM set Harbinger (2003).

I am a bit of a miniatures nut, so I should own whatever miniature you pick from either the DDM line or PFB lines.

I am not sure this will work, but I thought I would give it a try for a little something different.

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Let me see how this location works for the current map in play.

I would like for everyone to format their PCs like Kelvins with base Stats added to the Class/Level line. This will help a lot when I do Initiative rolls and other rolls on behalf of your PC.

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NEVERMIND. She was just putting an Url link in Campaign Info.

The Swallowtail Festival Map is now at the top of the Gameplay thread.

This is a general overview right after the speeches.

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I am playing in a Second Darkness campaign, and the GM has a little link at the top of the Gameplay thread for "Map." It pulls up the current encounter.

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Too soon? I am just taking advantage of my last few hours with my PC before it is Pad only for a while. The PC is far more versatile for piecing this stuff together. By the way, how do you activate maps in the Gameplay thread?

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Finally, Mayor Deverin introduces Father Zantus, a handsome middle aged man with a well groomed beard and kind eyes steps up to give a short speech thanking everyone for coming before declaring the Swallowtail Festival underway.

At noon during the festivities, Father Zantus and his acolytes wheel a large covered wagon into the square, and after recounting the short parable of how Desna first fell to earth and was nursed back to health by a blind child whom she transformed into an immortal butterfly as a reward for her aid, they pull aside the wagon’s cover, releasing the thousand children of Desna—a furious storm of swallowtail butterflies swarm into the air in a spiraling riot of color to a great cheer from the crowd. Throughout the rest of the day, children futilely chase butterflies, never quite quick enough to catch them.

Free samples of food from three local taverns, the Rusty Dragon, the White Deer and the Hagfish are set up at booths around the open area.

Also, several individuals are conducting games around the periphery of the Cathedral and open area.

Please feel free to participate in any of the games below, and/or visit the tavern booths. This is a good time to meet others, PCs and NPCs alike.

A Halfling Male is organizing a Sack Race.

Dexterity check to participate. NOTE: Please indicate which game you are participating in.

Sack Race:
A Dexterity Check of 17 to 19 will win a leg of the Sack Rack. The highest Check over 20 will be the grand Sack Race Champion.

An older Human Male surrounded by children with ill-fitting clothes is organizing a game of Hide and Seek.

Stealth versus the older Human’s Perception check.

Hide and Seek:
The highest Stealth Check over 18 will be the last contestant Found. If no Checks are over 18, then the older Human claims victory over the Hide and Seekers.

A large Half-Orc is challenging others to lift large well-worn dressed stones over their heads. He belittles one passerby by referring to him as a weakling Human not worthy to even touch these pieces from the Old Light.

Strength check.

Weight Lifting:
A Strength Check over 18 will out lift the Half-Orc.

A human female instructor is working with some teen age young people to balance themselves on a long elevated wooden beam.

Acrobatics check.

Balance Beam:

Check of 12 or less you fall off the beam to the collective snickers of the teens.

13 – 15 you manage to wobble across the beam.

16 - 18 you manage to walk the beam without a wobble. Several of the teens give you an approving nod.

19 - 20 Not only do you manage to walk the beam with a wobble, you manage a pirouette at the end. All of the teens gives you an approving nod.

21 - 22 you glide across the beam, with a pirouette in the middle and a backwards flip off the end. You wobble on your landing, but even the instructor gives you words of encouragement.

23 or higher you not only gracefully glide across the beam with multiple pirouettes along the way, you do a high arcing back flip off the beam. You stick the landing to the ovation of everyone including a few passerby's.

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Gnomezrule wrote:
Congrats to those who made it. I thought this recruitment would be open much longer. Oh well.

Sorry about that Gnomezrule. Patience is not one of my virtues. I was anxious to move on.

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Kelvin, I will take all the advice you can give me. And I promise you I will still make mistakes. :)

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This has been an interesting experience.

I thank everyone who submitted PCs for consideration. And if you were not one of the ones selected, I sincerely wish you well in your future gaming. Maybe we can hook up in the future. If this goes well, I may do it again, but for those that just want to experience RotRL all over again.

I do not believe any of the PCs or Players being selected below will be in conflict with other recruitment. If I am in error about that, then please let me know.

Here is the party:

1.) Fighter Type - Garrath Tricks the Giants - NG Male Human (Shoanti) Barbarian
2.) Rogue Type - Kelvin Fleetwood - TN Male Elf Rogue (Scout)
3.) Divine Type - Lyr Blanch NG Female Human Cleric of Shelyn
4.) Arcane Type - Electra Stardancer CG Female Elf Wizard
5.) Other - Brandark Plainswalker NG Male Dwarf Cavalier

Discussion Thread is open.

I hope to open up the gaming thread before I go to sleep tonight.

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I am going ahead and opening up the discussion thread.

Once the party has been selected, I would like to get everyone's thoughts on ways to move the campaign forward. I am in another PBP campaign and sometimes it takes several days just to play through one round of initiatives.

Now I know that life has this crazy way of getting in the way of our gaming. Shame on it. But it happens. Like this Saturday I am taking a plane trip to Brookfield, CT where my wife is now visiting her sister. Saturday may be a tough day to post, but I am hopeful to get something in before the end of the day. We will be traveling for a good part of next week; but again I hope to have windows of time for posting. There may be a full day, maybe into the next, that I will be unavailable. If it is longer than three days then I am likely in a coma or meeting the Maker. So thoughts on how to handle the party when someone doesn't post for several days would be appreciated. I have prepped for posting situations that will allow you to meet and greet, plus the first encounter or two.

My goal is not only for some good RP but for some fun action packed encounters too.

I look forward to this opportunity to meet and make new friends.

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Brandark Plainswalker wrote:

Brandark loosens the girth on the saddle, to allow Abacus to rest, and waits patiently for the speech to begin. While waiting he will look around the crowd, and see everyone that is there.

As you came in to town, the town guard would have directed you to stable your steed at the Goblin Squash stables. It is a reasonable 3cps per day. Due to the large crowds they are limiting access around the Cathedral to foot traffic.

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Duboris wrote:
Am I still able to place my suggestion?

You are free to submit a character. PCs selection will be based highly upon the criteria established in the initial recruitment post to this thread. Good luck!

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Duboris wrote:
True Neutral it is. Wasn't that evil of a character anyway. What about rules against worshiping an Evil deity?

The preference is "No." Again boundaries between the Heroes and the Monsters become blurred. In Burnt Offerings the worship of an Evil deity by the Monsters is an important part of the story. It wouldn't make sense if the Heroes agreed with the Monsters.

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Duboris, first I appreciate your interest in our campaign.

I am using the policy that I have employed as a ftf DM/GM for some time. And that is I don't allow Evil characters in the campaign. Call me "old school," and I will graciously accept that term, but I personally am a fan of the classic Good vs Evil as seen in my favorite work of fiction, The Lord of the Rings. I look to recreate some of those ideals in my campaign.

Neutrals are really OK too. My main character Mazra was a LN character. There is a lot of freedom in the N alignments.

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Out of respect for the other RotRL GM, I will continue to keep Recruitment open. Like other threads and Kelvin breaking the ice RPing in the recruitment thread is encouraged.

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It is very likely that I may go ahead and seat our group shortly after Morphling seats hers.

So if you are still interested, and haven't already done so, please get a character submitted quickly.

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GM Viskous wrote:

I posted as Viskous, and was more of an interest and question on the first page. I had mentioned the gnome cleric of Brigh.

As I have run it in person, I've decided to make your choice easier by cancelling my interest. I wish you luck!

Found you! Thanks. Good luck to you in your future gaming. Who knows I may do one of these in the future for those that just want to do it again.

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GM Viskous wrote:
Since I've run it before and played the first book, I'll bow out. I wish you luck on this campaign!

Hi GM Viskous. Did you submit a character for consideration?

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Helgarr wrote:

I checked the other thread (am not applying for that one), but noticed no predicted end date for the recruitment - is there one?

Just asking to have an idea regarding your selection Mazra ;)

Obviously, I cannot comment on the other GM's time table. However, I will monitor her progress to see when she has seated her selection.

I will be traveling next week, as a result I provided an estimate start date for the campaign as September 13th. I have a lot of the early activity ready to go, so I may move that date up.

Since I am the novice here, and out of respect to the other GM, I will yield to her selections first, and then go from there.

So at the moment the time table for selection is a bit up in the air.

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Kelarith wrote:
Nice map! How do you get the coordinates along the sides? I can get maps done, but can't figure that out.

I have been experimenting with Gimp 2.8 Image Manipulator. I loaded a map into Gimp 2.8, then layered text along the edges. I then saved in a jpg or png (depending on file size) and loaded into Google Drawings.

Gimp 2.8 is not very intuitive, at least not to me. I am comfortable working in Microsoft Paint. Gimp 2.8 requires a fair amount of self training to just do basic things. But I am getting the results I want, so that is a plus.

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Mokshai wrote:

mazra, if I am not picked up by the other runelords campaign,

Since there is another Runelord Campaign and she is clearly the more experienced PBP GM, I will wait until she seats her three before I seat the five here.

I have been working on maps. Here is a taste of the opening encounter: (Zoom in for the details. You may need to scroll up some too.)

Swallowtail Festival.

Let me know if anything is not working correctly.

By the way, this will not be the actual opening setup. This is a bit of a spoiler, but really more of a tease, the crowd is from earlier in the day before Goblins crash the party. :)

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Papa-DRB wrote:
Mazra wrote:
I know all about "she who must be obeyed.". I have one too. The question is whether I should call you Rumpole? ;)

Probably (just googled it). This December will be 45 years, so we qualify as the 'aging' couple..... lol

-- david

First of all, a hearty congrats for 45 years in December. That is truly an accomplishment these days.

"Rumpole of the Bailey" is an entertaining British series that coined the term "She Who Must Be Obeyed", Rumpole's secret name for his wife Hilda. The series goes back to the late 70's. I catch them now and again on PBS.

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Papa-DRB wrote:

Ok, dinner cooked and eaten, campfire ready, but not dark enough yet, so I finished his history / back story.

** spoiler omitted **...

I know all about "she who must be obeyed.". I have one too. The question is whether I should call you Rumpole? ;)

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Mokshai wrote:

mazra, if I am not picked up by the other runelords campaign, I will be submitting a dwarven cavalier. (I know, odd.)

I know. You don't think of a Dwarves as a Horsemen, or would that be Horsedwarves? ;)

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This is who has submitted characters or plan to (?) so far. If any of this in incorrect, please let me know. If I missed anyone, please let me know. In the end, one from each group will be picked. Thank you all very much for your interest.

Fighter
Brandark Plainswalker NG Male Dwarf Cavalier
Xogar LG Male Half-Orc Paladin
Helgarr CG Female Human (Shoanti) Barbarian
Garrath NG Male Human (Shoanti) Barbarian

Rogue
Papa-DRB Rogue ?
Rin Okamura CG Male Catfolk Ninja

Divine
Lyr Blanch NG Female Human Cleric of Shelyn

Arcane
Talathel "Tal" Darkariel CG Male Elf Wizard
Electra Stardancer CG Female Elf Wizard
Dhenn Human Sorcerer?

Other
Gunk NG Gnome Alchemist
Gilthanis’ Bard?

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Pluck I yield to your superior knowledge of Cheliax. Then the history of Cheliax is more like the decaying Roman Empire. It is just when I think of diabolic earthly empires, Hitler's Germany comes to mind more than Rome.

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As I mentioned in my offering, I am new to this format. So I was bound to make mistakes.

I wanted to be accommodating, but to be fair to all, since I do not own the Advanced Race Guide, I must ask that you do not include elements from it in your character build.

My apologies up front for this.

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redbeardredeyed wrote:
redbeardredeyed wrote:

I'll try to put forth a character, I'm gravitating towards a Druid!

I really like the idea of stacking the Wolf Shaman and Pack lord Archetypes, for a Halfling Druid.

Pack lord is found in Ultimate combat

Anyway you'd allow it? it wouldn't really come into play until around third level anyway, as that's likely when he'd pick up another companion.

For now, he'll just be a Wolf Shaman, so I'll run with that. Should be fun messing with the canine-hating goblins.

I will be open and honest with you. I will likely pick characters that don't come with a lot of added complexity. Having a pack of animals in a PBP campaign could prove unwieldy. And I will apologize up front, this is my first PBP campaign. I will tend to lean toward simple more straightforward character builds.

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I need to see the PC submitted as best you can as they will appear in Sandpoint.

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Dhenn wrote:
Definitely interested. I've never played Runelords and am dying to. It sounds like Advanced Race Guide may be in play? In that case, I'd propose a Human Sorcerer with the Imperious Bloodline. Unknown to him or her, the lineage goes back to Thassilon. If that's not appropriate, I'll develop an alternative.

YanJieming is correct. I do not own the Advanced Race Guide.

This is my first time with a PBP Campaign and handling Recruitment. I would like to be accommodating. I own Bestiary 3, so I can be flexible. But let me point out for you and everyone, that in the end I will be picking a party of five. I already have over five characters submitted, so unfortunately some people will not be picked. In the end I will pick five that I believe will be a good fit for one another, and ones that will be easier for me to GM.

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Gilthanis wrote:
Mazra wrote:
Gilthanis wrote:

alternate racial traits: what is the verdict of them?

They are in the advanced race guide, which is not an allowed book. so I presume not allowed, but wanted to double check with you :)

Traits were mostly outside the books from the beginning. They were somewhat AP specific, but they add flavor to your character; so I am open to Traits. What do you have in mind?

I was thinking the tinker trait, it gives a +1 disable & engineer. And I am proficient in any weapon I personally craft. I understand if you say no, I could craft my own weapon during "down time" and then be able to use it.

So your would require the Craft Skill, or at least it would makes sense to have it using this trait? Can you copy and paste the specifics? It looks like something that should be OK.

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Viskous wrote:

I've played the first book before and GM'ed it in person, I'm quite sure I could keep my knowledge separate from the character's knowledge. Though I'd understand if you'd rather not include someone who's done it before, though not as a play by post.

I would most probably play a gnome alchemist or a gnome cleric of Brigh. If you don't really like silliness, then I'd probably go Dwarven Cleric of Torag.

As noted above, I prefer those that have not experienced this wonderful adventure. There are surprises that would be hard to ignore. However, your character could fill a needed slot, so I will not rule it out.

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