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My wife and I just had a baby and I have to tighten up the budget a bit. I sadly must cancel my pathfinder modules, pathfinder players companion, and pathfinder campaign setting subscriptions.
I would like to keep my pathfinder adventure path and pathfinder Roleplaying game subscriptions however.
Lord Fyre wrote:
Yes, it is a free adventure they released for gencon.
Wild Talent (general)
I recently moved and I believe my card was declined do to the address not being updated in my payment infomation. I updated the payment infomation address, but now it is being declined due to insuffienct funds because of the previous authorization attempt. Is there a way to get the old authoraztion attempt cleared so I can get my order on time?
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James Jacobs wrote:
I'd buy it, even if I wasn't a superscriber.
Abandoned Arts wrote:
Unless you come up with a base psionic using class that everyone loves, that would be handy.
Abandoned Arts wrote:
I don't know if the normal fantasy games need more base classes, but classes meant for other genres and eras of play might be interesting, like a mechanic or primitive shaman.
Have you looked at the Inner Sea World Guide it is the campaign setting hardback for Golarion. The pdf is only $9.99.
i was working when this idea popped in my head so it hasn't been tested yet. in lieu of favored class characters instead get a racial feat every three levels of a favored class of their choice. i am really guessing as to what an appropriate amount of levels should be and if it should really only apply to one class. Btw i am calling this rule paragon classing.
I would say one every six levels. There is an existing favored class bonus that is a rogue talent for investing 6 levels of the favored class bonus, and you can buy a rogue talent with a feat.
Start Session 2.
Dirk woke up with a nasty cold and was bedridden for a few days.
Meanwhile, the others ran into the noble they saved, Aldern Foxglove, at the Rusty Dragon Inn. After thanking them and rewarding them, he invited them out for a boar hunt. The Pathfinders accepted and quickly tracked down a boar in the nearby forest. Rocky leaped out and closed with her daggers, while Crimson and Ira shot and tossed everything they could, but in the end only Rocky’s quick thrusts with her daggers proved to be effective against the beast’s hide. Ira and Rocky tried to cut and clean the beast, but they both were just having trouble with it. They ended deciding to take it back to the Rusty Dragon Inn and see if Ameiko could do anything with it. She was thankful for the role the Pathfinders had in the goblin raid, and was able to turn the boar into a lot of delicious pulled-pork sandwiches.
Crimson was approached by one of the local villagers, Shayliss, who asked him to “help her” with a rat problem at her father’s store. Upon reaching the store it quickly become obvious that there were no rats, and when she began to make her move in the basement, her father walked in, his fists raised. Crimson quickly backed away and with some quick words shifted all the blame to Shayliss, and left the father and daughter arguing with each other in the basement. An hour later, Shayliss found Crimson again, and smacked him something fierce and then left without saying a word.
Ira hearing what happened to Crimson, decides to pursue Ameiko, however he has never had a way with words and doesn’t make much progress.
While trying to woo Ameiko, her father comes in the Inn screaming at her in a strange foreign tongue. The two of them fight for a while, but when her father Lonjiku grabs her by the hair, Ira leaped up and quickly grabbed Lonjiku and threw him out of the Inn. Ameiko was grateful, but made it clear she could have handled it, but grateful she didn’t have to ruin her favorite ladle.
Later that night while getting ready for bed, they heard a woman in distress outside, they discovered one of the villagers holding her son, showing some vicious bite marks on his arm, screaming for anyone to help her husband who was fighting a goblin in their home.
Upon arriving in the house, they discovered the husband dead, and half
The sheriff arrived shortly thereafter and calmed the widow, took the goblin into custody, and asked the Pathfinders to grab one of his deputies that knew the goblin’s language, and to meet him at the jail.
So the Pathfinders wait, seeing who will arrive first, Shelia Heidmarch, Shalelu, or more goblins.
End Session 2.
So I am wanting to run this round of the playtest as a short campaign, I am looking for suggestions for a good mini campaign for levels 1-5.