I glanced through the headings in the thread and saw nothing so clearly labelled as this.
I'm hoping for a generated list of APs and Adventures where the Vigilante's mechanics could really shine - something like Council of Thieves, where the PCs are expected both to be anonymous and famous, for example, simultaneously. Kingmaker is open-ended enough that it absolutely could be a place for them.
Unfortunately, I've already 'used' Council of Thieves and am playing Kingmaker, but I'm curious where Vigilantes, as currently conceived (the playtest as of this writing) would fit in well.
I've been curious about Curse of the Crimson Throne and Legacy of Fire as alternates. What about adventures or modules?
If you don't mind, I'd appreciate feedback from those who've looked at them. I mean, yes, of course, a Vigilante should be able to fit in well wherever (at least hypothetically), but for my purposes, I'd appreciate it if you listed a choice you felt was both solid and 'genuine' and why, but also put that information in spoilers so that those reading it aren't spoiled.
Additionally, please rate how strongly you feel the class works for that AP on a rating of 1-to-5 (least to greatest).
Though some might love the vigilante and some might hate it, give it your best assessment regardless of you're feelings of the class. Simply saying 'the class sucks, don't' or 'the class rocks, do' is unhelpful. (Though saying, 'the class sucks, here's why for <X>' or 'the class rocks, here's why for <X>' is helpful - especially the latter).
I'll go ahead and put two to demonstrate (though spoilers are actually quite minimal):
Conclusion: an all-vigilante party would be perfect in this AP.
Conclusion: vigilante could be stand-out, or wasted, depending entirely on the group's style and composition, and this is even more variable than normal, due to the AP's sand-boxy nature.
Note: The spoilers above are minimal enough that I wouldn't consider them spoilers at all: the first is revealed within (more or less) the opening 'scene' of the AP (and/or the Player's Guide), while the second is merely my impression gleaned from the player's side with no specific events mentioned at all. I feel comfortable recommending people read them.
Anyway, I'm hoping for something like that, and hope this could help others, as well. Maybe even generate interesting and focused feed-back. Thanks!