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Global Organized Play Coordinator. FullStarFullStarFullStarFullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 5,074 posts (5,113 including aliases). 3 reviews. 1 list. 2 wishlists. 6 Pathfinder Society characters. 2 aliases.


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Hebert Ricardo Magno wrote:
I have many potential GMs that can´t read english (or can´t well enough to run a scenario). Can i translate a scenario, print it and LEND to them so they can GM ?

Yes

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We've already made some changes to the new Guide in regard to this.

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grandpoobah wrote:


For me, I would love to get credit for free scenario downloads. Those of us at 1-3 stars spend a decent amount of coin to run these adventures. I think a system where VOs and coordinators can distribute a free scenario credit (or several) would work. Then Paizo can effectively delegate the reward activity to the VOs. I don't know if Paizo's purchase system can handle store credit that can only be used on scenarios - they can certainly COMP specific scenarios (as they do for conventions).

A VO simply needs to make the request to me and it happens a great many times more often than not.

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John Francis wrote:


I always assumed that the reason VOs got scenarios for free was so that we could print out a hardcopy of a scenario for a GM to use.

If the cost of buying a scenario is giving you problems, ask for help. Somebody at tonight's table might have a copy they could lend you, or be willing to buy you a copy of a scenario as a gift so you can run it for your group next month. Some game stores have a library of scenarios (and maps, and minis, ...) behind the counter that you could use. If your game store has a table fee, they might be prepared to buy the scenario for you. And if all else fails, ask your local VOs. (But don't ask them too often - while the scenario itself might be free, ink and paper most definitely aren't!).

PFS works best when everybody contributes. If the GM workload is spread around fairly evenly amongst all the players then, on average, you're spending perhaps $1/session on buying scenarios. But if you've got players in your area who never GM, or contribute in any way, this is a problem, especially if this is leading to GM burnout. That's when somebody has to make the hard decisions as to how many players the local GM pool can support, and who gets those seats at the table.

Anytime I have been approached by someone who truly could not afford to purchase a scenario, I have assigned the requested PDF for free to their account and usually 5-6 additional.

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Quadstriker wrote:

You said "Free scenarios or financial help is impossible". I interpreted that as meaning "There is no way to give out scenarios for free at all."

I don't accept *that* as a blanket statement.

Especially since I get them for free all the time. :)

I estimate we give away somewhere in the neighborhood of 15,000-20,000 free PDFs every year to both cons and game days as small as 3 tables.

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KestlerGunner wrote:
Post Paizocon, this scenario is now only runnable by 5 Star GMs or Venture Officers, is that correct?

6-97 and 6-98 are not available to run until after Gen Con.

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I update Additional Resources every month. I will get this added within the next month, along with the other new releases, just like I do every month. The next update may be delayed a week or two due to PaizoCon and Origins back to back, but it will get done. Most likely timeframe will be a week or two after I get back from Origins.

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Nefreet wrote:
"John Compton! We could really use that 'The Story So Far' writeup right about now!"

Very soon

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6-97 and 6-98 are not available until after Gen Con.

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
BigNorseWolf wrote:
An alternative path besides cons would be nice. Waiting for the races to trickle down is still better than nothing though
People can earn race boons by GMing at online conventions as well.

The last two online cons I saw were full up on DMs the second they hit the boards.

It would also be a nice carrot to hold out on game days.

So it's not nothing. There are still opportunities to have an alternative for races to trickle down, correct? Did you ask the online con organizer to add an additional scenario that you could GM?

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
An alternative path besides cons would be nice. Waiting for the races to trickle down is still better than nothing though

People can earn race boons by GMing at online conventions as well.

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Painlord wrote:

Ah yeah...the Serpent's Rise Special.

I'm going to avoid spoilers. So far, this event is just too cool to want to ruin anything if it will be run again. I'll be speaking in general terms mostly, and spoiling even the slightest stuff that might be spoilery.

So far, given the energy in the room, the assembled Aspis teams are pretty excited about kicking some pathetic Pathfinder backsides. (I think it's well known we are playing pregen lvl 6Aspis C members.) We're going to make them weep, wishing that Grandmaster Torch and Adril Hestram were still in charge. "We should throw some swarms at them! You should hear them cry when they see a swarm!"

I get the feeling that the tables really like the theme. There is already a lot of 'dark' talk at our table, figuring out how many quickrunner shirts we can buy as Aspis agents. Yes, I kid, but we did talk about it.

The pregens are pretty cool, lots of the new classes and some dark themes. Mine is pretty 'out there' and doesn't even have a name: just a number. Each of the characters has a name and a 'designation' which is a nice touch. These Aspis pros don't have meaningless classes fighter or wizard, but true designations like "The Vengeful" or "The Leader" or the like.

It will be run again at Gen Con on Sunday morning, followed by a designation of a 4/5 star exclusive for at least a year.

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Please join me in congratulating the five newest campaign service award recipients. The recipients include:

VC Andrew Christian
VC Dan Simon
VC Brent Jans
VC Jon Dehning
VL Jester Deren

Their efforts have fostered growth and community cohesion in their respective regions. They make my job easier and I thank them for that. Their PFS Work with large regional conventions and local charities places them as pillars of the community and members of the community that people can look to as an outstanding PFS example.

All five have served more than 1,000 days each as venture officers.

They have my highest respect and most sincere thank you for all of their work. Without them, PFS would not be where it is today.

Congratulations Andrew Christian. You are now PFS number 724!
Congratulations Dan Simons. You are now PFS number 725!
Congratulations Brent Jans. You are now PFS number 726!
Congratulations Jon Dehning. You are now PFS number 727!
Congratulations Jester Deren. You are now PFS number 728!

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j b 200 wrote:

I think the dinner is Saturday evening.

I think.

It is

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Cthulhudrew wrote:

I heard the next AP is going to be a combination space-travel/classic dungeon crawl/mystery of Nex/ninjas and dinosaurs/and dragon AP.

That's just what I've heard.

In my head.

<_< >_>

You forgot the yellow submarine with Numerian technology.

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Yes we have them available.

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A big thank you goes out to Jonathan Choy, aka...TetsujinOni, for coming to the Paizo office yesterday and helping me work on Guide 7.0 for 3-4 hours.

Jon took notes from the message board posts, made a list, and we worked together on the new Guide. We eliminated some things (should be 7-8 pages shorter), rearranged some info to make it flow better, deleted some unnecessary text, clarified some confusing language, moved info to different parts of the Guide that made more since (for example, character retraining to After the Adventure section instead of in the character creation section), etc....

Overall, the Guide will be more concise, user friendly, and a better product, and a good amount of credit goes to Jon for that!

Thanks!

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Jack Brown wrote:
Is that currently only that regular scenarios that are currently published? Not specials and exclusives (that might not even be ready now)?

That is all current scenarios. It also includes accounts set up to receive scenarios and specials when they are released.

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pH unbalanced wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:

Gen Con GMs, all 298 of youshould have received all of the scenarios you are scheduled to run today. The only exceptions are Quests, Advanced Kids Track, We Be Goblins Free, and Beginner Box 2. If I missed you or you did not receive your scenarios, please email me.

Thanks!

You are only talking about RPG scenarios, not Card Game scenarios, correct?

That is correct . Tanis Will get card game volunteers their scenarios

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Gen Con GMs, all 298 of you should have received all of the scenarios you are scheduled to run today. The only exceptions are Quests, Advanced Kids Track, We Be Goblins Free, and Beginner Box 2. If I missed you or you did not receive your scenarios, please email me.

If The scenario hasn't released yet, such as season seven scenarios, your account has been set up to receive them when they are released .

Thanks!

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Jeff Merola wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Worse, the last one is a diviner with nothing but school spells prepped for the most part and she just stands there waiting.

She saw it coming.

** spoiler omitted **

And yes, she could have likely prepped and been ready for it. But, I think the author wanted to make the PCs the hero of the conclusion and is why it was written as such. The only other option there, if you want to make it closer to "reality" is have her prepared and let the PCs watch the final battle instead of actually having a hand in it.

Well, my original post was more referring to events that happen after Eyes, but for that instance there's definitely a middle ground between "Sits and waits for death" and "Makes the PCs unnecessary." She could've had defensive buffs to buy more time for the PCs. She could've laid a trap, not actually being there in the final room but making everyone think she was, to get [REDACTED] to show himself for the PCs to take down.

Maybe she divined it in the morning after she had already memorized spells. Who knows? It is what it is and why we are taking steps to do what we can to change not only the perception of the society throughout Golarion, but also from top to bottom in the organization.

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
I'm aware of why it was done. That didn't stop my players from yelling at her to DO something about her imminent demise.

Two groups I've run through it have said the same thing. Maybe she is depressed and just wants to die. /shrug maybe it's her way of going to jump off a cliff or in a lake ;-)

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Steven Schopmeyer wrote:
Worse, the last one is a diviner with nothing but school spells prepped for the most part and she just stands there waiting.

She saw it coming.

Spoiler:
Shemis is a master diviner and something of a depressive enigma. Having seen the events that are bound to now play out, she silently and somberly stares through the windows of the massive structure into the strange realms beyond, stoically waiting for the inevitable conflict.

And yes, she could have likely prepped and been ready for it. But, I think the author wanted to make the PCs the hero of the conclusion and is why it was written as such. The only other option there, if you want to make it closer to "reality" is have her prepared and let the PCs watch the final battle instead of actually having a hand in it.

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Gillmen won't be considered for reasons I can't discuss here.

Strix will likely not be considered because of the line in the Bestiary entry that reads, "Over time, strix have developed a hatred for humankind and now fiercely protect their dwindling numbers." though it could be considered for a charity auction boon.

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Interesting question and a post I will follow with interest as I update Guide 7.0. However, goblins and orcs aren't being considered anytime in the foreseeable future. There are other interesting races that may fit nicely though.

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dinketry wrote:

I have just realized with horror that I was not signed up for this event......is there anything that can be done?

-Paul

We will make sure anyone coming all the way from New Zealand has a seat. Don't sweat it.

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If you can breathe more life into your own PC, and provide the table a memorable experience, go for it!

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rknop wrote:
One other question: I'm a little hesitant to start a spoilerific thread about this scenario, because it is a Special. Is there a place that those of us signed up to GM it (or, really, them) can discuss it online for the next few days before PaizoCon, that won't get us grouchy looks for spoiling the special?

I suspect starting a discussing topic on the GM boards will be fine.

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rknop wrote:

I did get both of them.

When you confirmed our volunteer status, you emailed us with the subtier at which we'd be running "Siege of Serpets". Is it safe to assume that we're 95% sure to be running at one of the subtiers within the range you mailed? (And completely not prep the encounters outside that range.)

We can never guarantee that you will GM that subtier as we don't know an exact count and which levels of characters people will bring. But we do our best to seat a table in the tier range you prepped at your table.

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Sin of Asmodeus wrote:
Any chance of including kobold certs for only that run of Saturdays special? Because kobolds would be awesome.

No, not at this time.

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Zach Davis wrote:
I wasn't aware of the charity auction race boons. When does this auction take place? Is it a Gen Con or Paizo Con event?

Gen Con in the past.

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What John advised with one exception, Fetchlings were earned at two events, not one. They were awarded at both PaizoCon and PaizoCon UK in 2012.

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Jack Brown wrote:

And they are gone again.

At the present moment there are the following left for the Specials:


  • NORM 6-97: 60
  • CORE 6-97: 187
  • NORM 7-00: 0
  • CORE 7-00: 131

Mike, do you think that there is a chance that you'll be moving some tables from CORE to NORM given this registration trend?

Just wondering... not expecting it to happen for a while, and I am GMing both, in any case.

Thanks!

I think I will wait at least 48 hours, (or maybe a bit more) before I decide. I beleive you will see the tickets continue to sell over the next 2 months. Afterall, it hasn't even been 10 hours since tickets went on sell yet and current numbers are:


  • NORM 6-97: 28
  • CORE 6-97: 179
  • NORM 7-00: 0
  • CORE 7-00: 106

I am more surprised people don't seem very interested to play kobolds.

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It appear some people missed the two hour mark to pay for the tickets in their cart. 8 normal mode 7-00 tickets just found their way back onto the available list!

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Go ahead and run it if you like. I assume people coming to PaizoCon to play it won't play it before then.

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5,595 for me

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No, I don't need to be told it is appreciated more. I understand it is. I need not be accused of being trolling or prickly when I'm just having a conversation. That is appreciated in and of itself.

If I add a nature-lover faction, I can't imagine what I'm going to be called next, considered prickly has already been used ;-)

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The Fox wrote:

Dang it, Mike! You edited your post just as I was about to reply to it.

I want more factories in PFS!

Edited my post even more to give more insight and perspective from my line of thinking.

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The Fox wrote:

Dang it, Mike! You edited your post just as I was about to reply to it.

I want more factories in PFS!

Sorry. I didn't want to be perceived as getting prickly or having some kind of tone in my voice or anything else when just simply want to have an interesting conversation.

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Boris, Soviet Love Hammer wrote:
Swiftbrook wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
Next question...if YOU were the Decimverate, would you voluntarily keep a watch dog and his cronies around? Why would a private organization with adventurers who volunteer to be part of it, care about basic morality and a sense of fairness?

Q1: I don't know. I might if I felt it was better to keep them in sight where I have at least a basic idea of what they're up to.

Q2: Many reasons ...
1) If the members are dishonest, untrustworthy, and/or have no sense of basic morality and fairness, the members are out for themselves and the Society will get only token returns on the missions they send the members on. Also, if the members are dishonest, etc. the people that the Society works with will not trust them, will not work with them and will not provide them with the information they need. Without a basic level of morality and sense of fairness, the Society just becomes a bunch of thugs that goes around murdering and pillaging.

2) Isn't a lack of basic morality and a sense of fairness the definition of Chaotic Evil?

3) Is Mike just trolling or is this an honest question?

No, I think Mike's getting prickly over his lore-baby being questioned, and attempting to hide it by trolling.

Not getting prickly here. I'm not even bothered to tell you the truth. I got to celebrate my daughter turning 8 at a Frozen birthday party today. BTW, It isn't my "lore baby." It was already in place when I took over the job. If we hit the reset button today, you would find I would do things a bit differently. As a matter of fact, I don't have any "lore baby" specifically so I can look at the campaign from a completely neutral perspective without getting possessive or protective over any part of it. (Its also one reason I haven't written a scenario.) I had an oracle who was a Shadow Lodge member (my -4 character) and a samurai that was Lantern Lodge (my -6 character). As much as I hated for both of those characters to lose the factions that fit their characters perfectly, it was best for the campaign that we try not to have factions based off of a specific season. It makes it very difficult to give those factions important meaning in future seasons, especially when we move away from a specific area of Golarion.

Also, I'm just asking questions and making observations. Stop reading tone in my post. There is none there and everything I've typed is stated matter of factly if anything. I would love to have more chats like this but people always think I have some tone or am trolling or whatever when all I'm really trying to do is converse with the playerbase and mostly theorycarft. /sigh

P.S. You will find I get prickly, however, when my Atlanta Falcons sign a washed-up OL man from Washington.

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Swiftbrook wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
Next question...if YOU were the Decimverate, would you voluntarily keep a watch dog and his cronies around? Why would a private organization with adventurers who volunteer to be part of it, care about basic morality and a sense of fairness?

Q1: I don't know. I might if I felt it was better to keep them in sight where I have at least a basic idea of what they're up to.

Q2: Many reasons ...
1) If the members are dishonest, untrustworthy, and/or have no sense of basic morality and fairness, the members are out for themselves and the Society will get only token returns on the missions they send the members on. Also, if the members are dishonest, etc. the people that the Society works with will not trust them, will not work with them and will not provide them with the information they need. Without a basic level of morality and sense of fairness, the Society just becomes a bunch of thugs that goes around murdering and pillaging.

2) Isn't a lack of basic morality and a sense of fairness the definition of Chaotic Evil?

3) Is Mike just trolling or is this an honest question?

Have you played EoT?

Spoiler:
if you remember, the Decimverate can track every Pathfinder on every mission anytime they like. So, token returns would be seen and rooted out fairly easy

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Benjamin Falk wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:

Meh...Anything else?

Some token degree of basic morality and sense of fairness? Evidently, they've screwed up in the past, and nobody should be completely beyond accountability.
Next question...if YOU were the Decimverate, would you voluntarily keep a watch dog and his cronies around? Why would a private organization with adventurers who volunteer to be part of it, care about basic morality and a sense of fairness?

Because they believe in it and are good people?

Or because they want to be seen as such by others?
What would definately have it´s advantages with many other organisations, especially if you want to stay on the legal side.

If you've played EoT, you should know better.

Also, why worry what others think about you when you have 20,000 magic items and artifacts in your basement? ;-)

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Swiftbrook wrote:

I just read these on the GenCon event list as I was picking scenarios to play at GenCon this year.

GenCon website Thursday & Friday Specials wrote:

Short Description: A Pathfinder Society Scenario designed for level 1-11 playing in normal mode. Each participant will receive a limited edition repaint miniature.

Cost: $10.00

First, the ticket price for the two specials has gone up from $6.00 to $10.00 (note this is only true for the specials. Other PFS scenarios that I have seen are $6.00).

Second, you get a limited edition repaint miniature.

OK, I understand the price increase with since the tickets include the miniatures. My question is, are these different miniatures each night?

Yes. The current plan is to give a different, alternate painted miniatures during each of the multi-table specials.

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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:

Meh...Anything else?

Some token degree of basic morality and sense of fairness? Evidently, they've screwed up in the past, and nobody should be completely beyond accountability.

Next question...if YOU were the Decimverate, would you voluntarily keep a watch dog and his cronies around? Why would a private organization with adventurers who volunteer to be part of it, care about basic morality and a sense of fairness?

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pauljathome wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:
ScrollMasterRob wrote:
Every time the Society has to deal with Torch, Torch always finds a way to screw us and come out ahead.
Glad to hear this. He was ALWAYS supposed to be this guy since the start of the campaign. If the perception now that this is what he is, then Things are starting to balance out where they always were supposed to have been.

As long as the goal is to use him to show how SUPREMELY incompetent the Decemvirate and Venture Captains are you're succeeding.

I can't think off hand of a single scenario where he wins because he is smart. He wins because he is scripted to win and because the Society are idiots.

Ok

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Michael Brock wrote:


What I would love to hear is why, in game world, would the Decimverate ever consider keeping someone in their private and voluntary organization to watch over them. Are you able to advise a reason why they would want someone looking over their shoulder and questioning what they want done?

Keep your friends close. Keep your enemies closer.

Same reason they organized unions: It gives you a method, procedure, and control over taking workers grievances into account rather than having them organize their own lunch mob.

The church of saranrae has requested they implement a program to reduce the number of ghouls with wayfinders they have to deal with. (they rejected the plan to simply not hand out wayfinders)

The society uses him so often it might be cheaper to just have him on retainer.

They may actually want to reduce their mortality rate. Thats a lot of expensive training and equipment being fed to those monsters.

The Decimverate may want a contingency plan in place to stop themselves in case they're the ones that get possessed/go crazy/ out of control and threaten to destroy the world.

Always brings coffee and doughnuts to the meeting?

He blackmailed some of them into it

His other cover personas are 2 of the Decimverate. (and they don't get along)

4 of the Dopplegangers that have replaced Decimverate members are working for him. (the other 6 haven't noticed)

Meh...Anything else?

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I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:

*gasp of epiphany* Torch is to the Pathfinder Society what Carmen Sandiego is to the ACME Detective Agency!

My group was PISSED when Grandmaster Torch suddenly became a bad guy and Shadow Lodge was retired. They loved the Shadow Lodge for watching the watchmen, and they loved Grandmaster Torch for being a straight-shooting advocate of the people. Our primary DM at the time ran the Shadow Lodge retirement scenario as his "swan song," and then quit in protest.

What I want to see in Organized Play: Interplanetary travel, Mothmen, and Ooze Companions!

What I would love to hear is why, in game world, would the Decimverate ever consider keeping someone in their private and voluntary organization to watch over them. Are you able to advise a reason why they would want someone looking over their shoulder and questioning what they want done?

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Gray Warden wrote:

** spoiler omitted **

As long we have at least a sourcebook, "either physical or an electronic, watermarked copy", we are ok. If we are playing at different tables, it's sufficient to use printed watermarked copy.
I was just asking if the watermark must necessarily be one of our name/ID/email address or could be a common account. I understand that it must be one of ours, so it's sufficient to buy books with my account, print pages of interest for all and use them together. At least, this is what Michael Brock says.

Each person may only have one account. You may not have an account that 2 or 6, or 9 or whatever amount of people share. The quote you posted from me is so a dad and daughter or a husband and wife or whatever may share resources. It isn't a loophole to allow five people to make a joint account to share one PDF. If you are at a different table, the PDF should be watermarked with your account. Friends who meet periodically and play doesn't fall under the "same household living together" that you quoted.

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That's strange. I received a notification it was in my downloads and thought 6-97 should have also went in all VO accounts. I have sent an email to customer service and Chris to look into it. One thing that may be holding it up in some weird loop is it is the text version PDF not layed out yet with art and the like.I believe it will have final layout done on Monday.

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ScrollMasterRob wrote:
Every time the Society has to deal with Torch, Torch always finds a way to screw us and come out ahead.

Glad to hear this. He was ALWAYS supposed to be this guy since the start of the campaign. If the perception now that this is what he is, then Things are starting to balance out where they always were supposed to have been.

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