We had our first session last night, it's a blast so far. :D
Ausk Many-Scars, Half-Orc Barbarian (Guardian)
Our Marshal was sick last night and couldn't make the first session unfortunately.
We reached Neathhome(spelling?) last night, and have made several allies along the way, in addition to one grumpy dwarf.
Oh man. I ran this at our last Game Day and it was fun! I didn't think that the players would end how they would, but it was great!
They ended up taking Koriana and Thalia to Bryton who, from what I gathered from the info about Koriana's notes, was in on Tercio's deals. He agreed to send Eagle Knight support if they turned over the notes from Thalia's diary, which they gladly did.
Well, got my response. :D
James Jacobs wrote:
But that doesn't mean that's legal for PFS. Any ideas on PFS legality? Mike?
This feels like a silly question, but can PFS clerics take the Whimsy subdomain if their god has Chaos as a normal domain? I don't remember seeing any other new subdomains since the APG (I could be wrong), but the ones in the Aasimar book are the first ones I've seen that don't have a god associated with them.
I looked through a lot of posts and did searching on here and couldn't find an official answer, unfortunately. Lots of speculation and guessing, but no final ruling. :(
Aug 17-19, 2012!
We have at least 2 tables running in all 5 slots at GarageCon, if you know you'd like to play then let us know! :D We'll have the most tables running Saturday, with 4 that I know of. :D
Michael Brock wrote:
When were the signups for this open? At the same time as the other limited seating events? Is it possible to get myself and my Buddy on the list for tickets for this still? :D
Timothy Hanson wrote:
Yeah, I'm more worried if there's an extended period we'll be away from the ship, a dungeon crawl that goes multi-day or something like that.
We're getting ready to start our S&S campaign after Carrion Crown ends, and we took a break from one of our weeks when everyone couldn't make it and ended up with the following party:
Goblin Alchemist (maybe the fire bomber)
I'm playing the Grippli Ranger and I'm trying to figure out what combat style I want to use. I had thought about using the Archery style, but using thrown weapons instead (working on that with my GM). We are a bit short on front-line combat folks, so I'd thought about going two-weapon fighting and going Net/something, since Grippli get Net as a racial proficiency.
Any other suggestions/ideas?
Anyone have more options like these? I'm trying to automate some things in a spreadsheet, but I'm not too good at excel. :(
My goal is to have a list of what modules have been played by who, and with a separate sheet pulling info from another to tell us who can play what at a quick glance.
Mark Moreland wrote:
It's a fun scenario. :D
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
I'd imagine most of the Paizo guys and gals may not even be awake yet, it's still early over there on the west coast. :P
work slacked up any, Krome? haven't had a chance to read through your adventure yet. :p
Mortran, I couldn't find in which slots the PFS stuff is running. Am I just blind, or is that not listed?
Yeah, I could see that being another option also. I was looking at the list of the spells and what I think I'll do is limit it to things that are [(coven leader's CL)+1 per witch in the coven] caster level.
Lv1 (1)+3 = 4
It'll leave them something to look forward to and still let them have access some of the spells early.
I do hope that one of the devs at least looks at this though. :P
Yeah, I'm running Kingmaker and 3 of our 6 players are Witches. :D