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Except the sails are already furled, and the PCs aren't asked to furl them. And no one else is on deck according to the scenario. At least that is how I read it. The captain is described running below deck, and the crew are described rushing from cabin to cabin, and the first mate "emerges from below deck" after the storm.
Honestly, the final two encounters are completely nonsensical and need to be run very cinematically to proceed at all as written.
Cindrana Longroad wrote:
You find out everyone else is less competent than he is, and he's doing the best he can with the yoke around his neck.
Literally every character at my table came out thinking he was an alright guy all along.
Law and Chaos: Your Rules or Mine? wrote:
*picks up mic*
Aspect of the Falcon wrote:
Worried about a dragon losing his natural flight?
Saving Throw Will negates (harmless); Spell Resistance yes (harmless)
(harmless): The spell is usually beneficial, not harmful, but a targeted creature can attempt a saving throw if it desires.
Nobody expects you to be. Nor should you expect everyone to agree with your criticism.
Because the current system completely spurns the game day GMs. Why do you think that only con GMs deserve special boons?
Perhaps because Paizo wants to limit the number of special boons in circulation, and conventions happen far less than game days. There have certainly been suggestions on how to address that, but most seem to have increased overhead on Paizo's management and/or technical teams.
There's really no such thing as a tank in Pathfinder, so... no.
You could try answering the actual question...
The OP wrote:
To clarify, I'm seeking Oracle builds that can sustain being on the front line, can deal out respectable damage, have decent A.C. and/or ways of dealing with damage from opponents.
...which is absolutely something the Oracle class can do.