I'm 21 years old, midway through my junior year on the Game Design track.
My hobbies include: Reading (a lot), playing video games (a lot), watching TV, browsing forums (too much), and now playing this wonderful Pathfinder game I was introduced to by blind chance.
Considering none of my hobbies involve actual activity, it's amazing I haven't grown a paunch by now.
The Blackest Scale (PbP): Retired adventurers come out of retirement to save their friend's soul, and find out why he was murdered in the first place...and perhaps more. Featuring Sun Xiao 2.0 and friends.
Wraithstrike's Rise of the Runelords: Crokus the polyglot Barbarian smashes his way through doors, traps, enemies, and magic itself to stop the Runelords from, uh...rising. Yay!
Gauss' Way of the Wicked: Evil necromancer Melchior joins the fight, to release a daemon and spread a plague across the land. Burn the Mitrans!
The Drow War: Insane sorcerer Rusigari Rashiska tries to find out who the hell he is, find a sword, and make an attack roll that actually hits an enemy!
Myrial, City of Rogues: A sandbox-y mission based game where the players are members of a crime syndicate. Takes place in Golarion, with the added twist of a new city (named Myrial) and a large, far reaching crime syndicate known as teh Mandrigal.
The adventures of Sun Xiao and friends (Nesteruk the Druid, Corvus the Paladin, Ulfgar the Barbarian, Caine the Cleric, Caecilius the Ranger, and Evelon the Bard) can be found here.
The Chronicles cover every major event in the Adventure Path (up to about the middle of Book 3), as it is primarily meant to act as a catch-up journal for missing players, those who had to leave early, or just a reminder/recap for the other party members and myself. Full spoilers, obviously. You have been warned, I take no responsibility from accidental spoilers due to clicking the link.
RIP Sun Xiao, you will live on in my heart. And a PbP.