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Grats Dom!

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Disk Elemental wrote:
Natertot wrote:


I think you should still have enough time, since it seems you have a 10th level character, and we don't know EXACTLY when it will be retired, heck it hasn't even been announced officially yet.
I meant, I was sad that I'll miss playing it with my homegroup.

Ahh, gotcha.

Nathan

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Disk,

I think you should still have enough time, since it seems you have a 10th level character, and we don't know EXACTLY when it will be retired, heck it hasn't even been announced officially yet.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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happynslappy wrote:

no it was a scenario where you start out being chased by gorilla men to an excavation site, or maybe it was bandits. anyway, gorilla men were involved in the scenario

edit: yes cost will be an issue

Does the cost include a crew to fly it as well?

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Dresden10589 wrote:
Seth Gipson wrote:
Outside of that, youre gonna be wishing for a healer, I think. Having a Paladin who can heal is nice, but unless that is the characters shtick, it may not be quick enough to keep up when it matters most.
The Paladin is, as far as I know, a healer. We've only just asked him, though, so we're not 100% sure. It is darn hard to find a lvl 12 cleric so far, but we're taking it slow and putting the party together first. Our main concern right now is certainly to find someone who can help us stay up, but if a death happens, we have a good amount of PP and gold stored, so I'm hoping it'll be temporary. Definitely not rushing in headlong. The Wizard is very knowledgeable, I ran through Thornkeep with his player.

That group especially with a Paladin should be solid.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Thanks guys for cleaning it up!

:>

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Sm0ke wrote:

keep in mind, you not only need to do something to "unlock" the room, but then there's a fight, and some explosions, and some other deadly stuff that if you did, you would remember.

did anyone in your party get to hold on to the 'very nice item'?

because again, if no one was holding it, I think its a safe bet to assume you didn't get it.

This thread is spoilerific all over the place...

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Hello all,

In the Ring of Elemental Command entry it states that:

"Each appears to be nothing more than a lesser magic ring until fully activated (by meeting a special condition, such as single-handedly slaying an elemental of the appropriate type or exposure to a sacred material of the appropriate element), but each has certain other powers as well as the following common properties."

It then lists the "other powers" (specifically - the protection and command ability of elementals, the attack and saving throw penalties/bonuses and DR bypass, being able to converse with elementals).

My clarification is does one get access to the "other powers" when the ring is dormant as well as the single listed spell or not?

Let me know what you all think.

Thanks!

Nathan

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Grats Myles!

Nathan Meyers
PFS NYC GM/Player

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One of the most important things in Bonekeep is do you know/trust the players you are playing with and do you work well as a team.

If you just get placed at a table with a bunch of people you don't know it is at best a crap shoot.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS player/GM

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June Soler wrote:

I'd like to announce that Brian Lefebre, South Jersey's Venture Lieutenant has achieved his 5th star as a Pathfinder Society Game Master!

Brian Lefebre has volunteered hundreds of hours for PFS and has achieved this great milestone. He regularly GM's at his local store, All Things Fun. Brian also assists in GMing in Philadelphia, PA.

He has been a GM in Dexcon, Dreamation, Seelie Court as well as Gen Con, where he was integral in introducing new players into Pathfinder having GM'd all 11 slots of PFS in the Kid's Track and Beginner Box Demos.

****And as a special bonus he made it to the top 32 for RPG Superstar 2014!!! ****

It's an honor to announce his achievement and I'm proud to have him as a Venture Lieutenant for New Jersey.

Congrats!

Congrats Brian!

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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BigNorseWolf wrote:
How bad is the walk from the train station to the center?

The walk is not that bad if you don't have more than one bag and the weather is not too bad (snow/rain/cold).

There are taxis you can get at the train station and it should only run you about $5.00. Make sure you ask and agree, before you get into the cab.

Nate Meyers
NYC Pathfinder GM/Player

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Liz Courts wrote:
Announced for November!

Is this scenario only for "brand new" first level characters (i.e. never played before). Or you play any first level character (i.e. one with 1 or 2 scenarios under their belt?).

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Matthew Pittard wrote:
on that note, has anyone out there ever actually purchased the ring from Johns spoiler one?

My Sorc. has purchased the ring and I have a friend who has a Wizard that purchased the ring.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Wes Brock wrote:

I have a lvl 14 barbarian that I'm lookin for a group to play with.

Wes,

I PMd you.

thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Deidre Tiriel wrote:
I have a level 14 bard, who makes everyone better and can fill any role except heavy hitter.

Deidre,

PM'd you.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Barry Stoddard wrote:
We'll have a 13 Ftr/Rog/Duelist and 13 Cleric of Sarenrae at GenCon.

Barry sent you a PM.

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Hello all,

Looking to fill out our pre-mustered 14-15 table for the GenCon Special Siege of Diamond City.

We have 1-2 spots still open. We would prefer a divine caster of some type.

Please PM me if you are interested.

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Joseph Caubo wrote:
I will have a level 14 character... :)

Hello Joseph,

I sent you a PM.

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Funky Badger wrote:
Patrick Harris @ MU wrote:

The trouble with the Silver Crusade is that in older scenarios you play Andoran, and they like to send you off to kill people with no explanation.

Actually that's the trouble with all the new factions.

I think this is overstated a little, I played an Andoran through to Seeker level, and only had one murder mission, I may have doged a few, but I'm not sure there are that many.

I agree FB, there are maybe 3 or so missions that actually ask you to bring to justice or off slavers or enemies of Andoran.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Kyle Baird wrote:
David Gloss wrote:
Natertot wrote:

David what is the crucial item if you don't mind me asking? There might be a similar item with same properties in a different source?

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

Nathan,

I have fog-cutting lenses that I use when the party gets in too deep, and looks like it's heading for a tpk. Do you know of a replacement?

Goz mask from ISWG and there's one more item, looking for it now.

Kyle beat me to it.

;)

The Goz Mask and Fog Cutting lenses cost the same amount too 8K.

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David Gloss wrote:

Kyle,

Soon I will be going to Gencon. I have a rather crucial resource from Rise of the Runelords, and all I own is the Collector's edition. It's not so hard to see that this will turn out to be a weighty proposition, even forgetting the rest of the resources for this character, and requiring me to bring my collector's edition which will take up most of a suitcase seems to be rather much. On the other hand, if I bring the character, and someone does an audit of it, I have an illegal character, if I don't bring it.

David what is the crucial item if you don't mind me asking? There might be a similar item with same properties in a different source?

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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neferphras wrote:
Sammy T wrote:
Just because something is common in your area does not mean it is common across PFS tables as a whole.
While that is true, when i have said there are tons of gunslingers out there no one has stood up and said not in my area. That is one of the reasons i brought it up that way, to see if it was only my area. No one said otherwise, or even suggested otherwise until now, so i am thinking its very much the common state of affairs. When you think about it, logic would follow that being true because range touch is simply better than trying to hit normal AC. It simulates history pretty well, I have to give it that, guns replaced bows... that happened. For that not to happen in a fantasy games bows have to retain some advantage that compensates for the dramatic advantage that is range touch. Right now bows dont really have anything that counterbalance the range touch uber advantage, hopefully adding the alchemical arrows will fix that, or at least level it out. It will certainly make it more fun :-)

In the NY/NJ area there are a few gunslinger characters. Some of them are multi-classed, but I don't think they make up more than their fair share of the representative sample of character types out there.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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ryukadsgc wrote:

Hi, Keane Petros, a level 15 Magus is looking for a 14-15 group for his stay in the Diamond City.

He has about reached his pinnacle of power with Spell Perfection for Maximized Intensifed Shocking Grasps, and his Bane Blade arcana for his Black Blade.

He can front line once his illusion defences are in place, and has measures to get around elemental immunities and spell resistance

He looks forward to a scenic trip and enjoying the coffee of the Diamond City

Ryu

Sent you a PM.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Joseph Caubo wrote:
I will have a level 14 character... :)

Joseph did you find a table yet?

Let me know.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Myles Crocker wrote:
Care Baird wrote:
Natertot? Sounds tasty!

Care Baird,

you know, I thought so too....that my friend Natertot would be crunchably munchable.

Years ago, when I lived in NYC, Natertot and I were part of the same gaming group that my roommate ran. There was a change of leadership, and I ended up running the group....but that is another story.

I found a 1 on 1 adventure I thought would be an interesting challenge for my friend. Some of you may know Jacob's Well in Dragon Magazine #43 September 1993. I ran Natertot through Jacob's well. He was relentless, methodical and didn't make a single mistake.....He nipped the problem in the bud. I think we only played for around 30 minutes. I was expecting the adventure to last a good 4 hours or so. Best laid DM plans and all that. I doubt Natertot remembers that adventure.

Anyways if you are playing along side of Natertot, GMing Natertot, or at a table Natertot is GMing, he is a fun player to have at the table,

Myles

Thanks Myles,

You are always fun to have at the table. Hope you are doing well.

Nate Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Myles Crocker wrote:
Natertot wrote:

I have a 15 level Sorcerer for the Gencon Special if anyone is looking to fill out a table.

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS Player/GM

Might that be Oberon my friend?

Why yes Myles it is Oberion.

:)

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS Player/GM

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Care Baird wrote:
Natertot? Sounds tasty!

Guess we may just find out.

:)

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Walter Sheppard wrote:

My buddy might GM in my stead for the special so I could play!

If that happens, I have a 13 barbarian/dragon disciple I could play - who might make 14 by Gencon.

I'd love to play with anyone who'll have her!

Hey Walter, I have a group of 3 from NYC so far you are welcome to join us it you are 14th level, we all should be 15.

E-mail me through the Paizo system if you want to talk more.

Nate Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Chris Mortika wrote:

So, some of us are designing a "PFS Quick Build" station. The idea is to get new players to walk away with a perfectly legal Core-only PC as quickly as possible, skimping on as few decisions as possible.

(So, for example, we're putting together a sheet of 10 common feats for warriors, 10 common feats for rogues, etc. Also, a sheet of 12 good spell choices for 1st-level wizards /sorcerers.)

So we want to provide a short list of the 8 or so most common deities in Pathfinder Society. Sarenrae, Cayden Cailean, Gorum, ...

Which other deities do you find to be common in your neck of the woods?

All those above as well as Iomedae, Abadar, Asmodaeus (Diabolism), Pharasma..

Nate Meyers
NYC PFS Player/GM

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W E Ray wrote:

Thanks for the update.

Please, to what "specials" are you referring from last year and this year?

Next question, you mentioned Modules and AP volumes Tier 12 and above; are there any Scenarios currently, or planned for publication, for Tier 12 and above? (in addition to "Eyes of Ten")

Further, how common are Tier 12+ Society events at large conventions, specifically PaizoCon? (Please exclude GenCon.)

Browsing, I noticed there were no Tier 12+ events at PaizoCon 2013. Is the demand for higher Tier events growing enough for Paizo to be able to include them at the larger Cons starting year?

W.E.

The two specials that have or will have a 12+ option are:

Year 4 - Race for the Rune Carved Key
Year 5 - Seige of Diamond City

Both were run/will be run at Gen Con and Paizo Con their respective years. I believe they were also available and some major cons thereafter as well.

I believe Mark hinted that there might be a new 12th level arc starting in the next year or so. If and when that happens they would also phase out eyes of the ten.

From what evidence I see on the boards and in my area, I believe there will be more demand for higher level play since the more "hard-core" players have 1 or more characters in the 12+ catergory.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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J-Bone wrote:
Myself and several of the other Upstate New York folk who made it out there this weekend had a great time. Thanks to Dave Santana and the rest of the New Jersey NYC PFS crew for putting together a great showing at the RPG section. I'll definitely be back next year.

Glad to see you guys come down as well as some of the crew from the Philly area. Dexcon is a great con and it is good to see some new faces.

Thanks to Dave Santana, Art and all the others that made this Dexcon a great one!

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS Player/GM

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Lab_Rat wrote:

Did early 2014 just become August 2014 over the course of 3 posts?

Either way it is plenty of time to herd the cats into 3 more sessions of EotT and get my Bloatmage up to 12 for the next seeker arc.

There may always be a little bit of overlap between the retirement of EotT and the beginning of the new Seeker arc.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Revix Belstrann II wrote:

Thanks, Nathan! I figured that's what I should do.

I guess my hesitance has been regarding whether to keep agile breastplate as my character's armor. I like its benefits, but somehow it doesn't feel all that "paladiny".

Maybe the decision should be based on my character's personal preferences (withstanding damage in combat, which is more frequent vs. risking death due to drowning or falling, which has happened but not as frequently).

Also, all these purchasing decisions seem so final. I wait and save up funds to buy certain items, then consider selling them and switching to something else, which seems like a waste of gold.

Am I over-thinking this?

Take a search on the boards there are various guides that will help you in figuring out what you might want to buy.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Revix Belstrann II wrote:

My next PFS game day is this Sunday, and my character needs to spend some loot from the previous scenario ... but I don't know how he should spend it!

Character = 4th level paladin of Sarenrae. Already has a magic sword.

Should he buy magic armor next? And if so, should he keep agile breastplate or switch to something else? (A note about this: After struggling with some climb and jump checks that left him floundering in the ocean, he switched to agile breastplate armor. He'll never be the guy who volunteers to scale the walls or perform death-defying feats of agility, but I like that he's at least in a little better situation to succeed with his current armor.)

I don't have my character sheet in front of me, so I don't know exactly how much gold he has to spend. But in general, is magic armor the next step for his equipment?

Thanks!

Yes for a fighting type Armor is ussually the next item to get. Make sure you have some kind of missle weapon to. Make sure you get masterwork whatever it is so it can be upgraded to Magic later if you can't afford it now.

You could always keep the agile breast plate but you might want to get some heavy armor then use which ever you think is most appropriate for the given adventure.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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June Soler wrote:
Matthew Morris wrote:
TwoWolves wrote:
Please please please add a "gold star" or some other useless token to the chronicle sheet for those opting for completing this on hard mode. Later on, PFS leadership can create a boon to give some value for a character with multiple such tokens.

Please don't.

I think the purpose of this is to answer the 'I play up for the challenge' people who actually play up for the wealth. Our resident Optimizers, for example I actually would expect to 'play up'.*

To offer tokens/rewards/chipmunks for taking hard mode, simply perpetuates the problem.

*** spoiler omitted **

I'm up for the challenge and definitely will play hard mode on my optimized wizard.

So if the GM for the Saturday Morning Slot at Paizocon is reading this.

I'm up for the challenge.

FOR ALAZNIST, RUNELORD OF WRATH!!!!!

Good Luck June!

Hope you get a Gold Star!

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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John Compton wrote:
Lamontius wrote:
I am fully in favor of things that give me a reason to climb up on furniture and yell 'BEST IN THE WORLD' after I complete them.
El Baron de los Banditos wrote:
Anything that lets me sing "We are the Champions" afterwards OOC is enough of a reward for me. Any kind of mechanical benefit would simply lead to the same problem playing up in some areas is having now.

This should make for a most interesting PaizoCon.

I am 100% in favor GMs writing something special on the Chronicle sheets of those who beat #4–26 on "hard mode." Maybe I'll invest in a page of gold star stickers to place on the Chronicle sheets when this happens.

Do you get the gold star if you just play on "hard mode", or do you have not complete it with out dying?

Heheheh

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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I have a 15 level Sorcerer for the Gencon Special if anyone is looking to fill out a table.

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS Player/GM

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thistledown wrote:
Having run 4-22 and read the descriptions of the other two, I would agree that they are parts 2 and 3.

Thanks Thistledown!

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So 4-22 "Halls of Dwarven Lore" is the first part of the "Glories of the Past" series.

How many parts are there going to be and are they on the schedule already?

It looks like 4-24 "The Price of Friendship" and 4-25 "The Secrets Stones Keep" might be the other two parts.

Can someone confirm or deny this?

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Mark Moreland wrote:
Majuba wrote:
Treat it just like a headband, applies to spells and spells/day, pick a skill, and a language. Notate them, remove them when the time period is up.
This. It may be important down the road to note exactly what skill and language this particular boost to Intelligence grants. As it is a profane bonus, it stacks with a headband or fox's cunning so if something should negate one magical effect (like a dispelling effect) but not all of them, you'd need to have a record of what ancillary bonuses are also suppressed.

This is what I did when my character got his Int boost by this profane bonus.

I just put the skill points and language in parenthesis on my character sheet to keep track of them.

Nathan Meyers
PFS NYC GM/Player

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gyggles wrote:

I am running skulls and shackles and one crew member is an Orc/cook who butchers the crew of taken ships and servers them to his unsusbticing crew members on a ship where nothing else is around to eat. It has been a year of game time and under ghouls is speculates that ghouls where once cannibalistic humans.

I was thinking of having the crew make saves for ghoul fever but was wondering how often I should make them save and if this would be to much of a punishment for canniblism. Also if there is anything other ideas out there.

This seems to be a question that is not specific to pathfinder society. Can it be moved to the proper board?

Thanks.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Furious Kender wrote:
Fromper wrote:
Sitri wrote:

I have been at around 100 PFS tables I am guessing.

I have never seen a druid or oracle.
I have never seen a pure wizard.
I have only seen 1 samurai.

I'm surprised by the druids and oracles. They're both pretty common around here.

In fact, my table last night consisted of a druid, 2 oracles, an alchemist, and a bard. It was a very well balanced and effective group. My battle oracle, the druid's animal companion, and the wild shaping druid were all up on the front lines. The life oracle kept the three of us up and running from 30 feet behind us, while the alchemist and bard (archery focused) provided ranged support.

Building on this, I've seen up to 4 oracles at the same table. Oracles are great and are one of the few classes that can fill a party without significant gaps.

Honestly, for a while there there weren't many druids. Now people are playing them again in this region.

FK,

I agree completely, Oracles are great. My 11th leve Oracle of Stone can be a front liner if need be, has a decent ranged attack, is a decent healer, can help with reconnaissance, and help buff the party. I also LOVE playing him and he is one of the only characters I have played on slow progression since that has been an option.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS Player/GM
AKA Nard Oracle of Stone

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Michael Brock wrote:

Please join me in congratulating New York VC Art Lobdell on receiving the fifth PFS Campaign Service Award.

Art has been with PFS since the beginning running some of the first tables in PFS history at Gen Con 2008. He was one of the first five star GMs in the campaign and was one of the first 13 VCs selected. He was also a survivor of the infamous "Pope in a Gelatinous Cube" incident at the first VC Dinner.

He travels tirelessly across the country to help coordinate and organize PFS, making sure players outside of his region of New York receive the best PFS experience possible. He always GMs multiple tables at every con he attends, showing by example what a five star GM should be.

Along with being awarded his coin, Art has chosen to change his PFS number to 705. Congratulations and job well done sir!

Grats Art! You are the best!

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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pathar wrote:
Natertot wrote:
If you have enough free time you could come down to the NYC by train. We play Wednesday nights weekly. Feel free to e-mail me at Natertot@aol.com if you are interested.
Tempting, but after driving 3,000 miles to get here--and quite a few to go before I'm done this summer--I'm not terribly keen on extra traveling. ;)

Understood. The offer always stands. Have fun up state.

:)

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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pathar wrote:
Hey all. I'm going to be in the Poughkeepsie/Kingston/Wappingers Falls area for a week or two later this month and I'm wondering if someone can point me at PFS events in the vicinity. Still trying to hustle up some Way of the Kirin action for my vacation, since we're on a time limit. ;)

If you have enough free time you could come down to the NYC by train. We play Wednesday nights weekly. Feel free to e-mail me at Natertot@aol.com if you are interested.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Felix Gaunt wrote:
I apologize in advance if this has been asked before or is somewhere obvious, but can I opt to do the Slow Progression when applying the GM Credit for a Scenario/Module to one of my characters?

Sure you can, as long as that character is currently on slow progression or just made a level.

Nathan Meyers
NYC PFS GM/Player

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Don Walker wrote:
Talk to Customer Service. They can probably fix this for you.

Thanks Anthony and Don.

Nathan

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anthonydido wrote:
Was this using one of the pregenerated PFS nuumbers with an activation code? If so, I'm guessing you put the code in wrong and it happened to be linked to another number. If that's the case I don't know the answer. Maybe try emailing Mike Brock or whoever may be in charge of site admin and see if they can change it.

It is an activation number, the problem is I was looking off the wrong list and activated the wrong number for her. I should have activated a different one, and I know which that is I just need it changed to that.

Nathan

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anthonydido wrote:
I'd like to help but I need more information. Were you reporting an event and just typed in the wrong number? If so, you can usually go back and edit it. If someone else reported it they should be able to edit it.

I have played with my fiance a few times over the past few years, but we haven't activated her PFS number until today. Of course I put in the wrong number and now need it changed to the correct one.

Nathan

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