Cormac O'Bron wrote:
I have yet to see a Divination specialist wizard in all of PFS.
My main character in PFS is an 11th level wizard, divination specialist. He has an arcane bond, so his ability to call up a spell in his spell book has actually saved lives. (Life bubble is very useful.) Also, his initiative has helped the party a bit. (We had someone also play an inquisitor with a team work feat that fed off of the wizard's initiative -- so this helped a lot. It was also amusing that the inquisitor is a Chelaxian and the wizard is an Andoren. It got more amusing when the wizard started to fly and the inquisitor tried to position himself underneath the wizard.)
I have seen a fair amount of wizards locally. I have yet to run into a gunslinger in a PFS game.
DM Tadpole wrote:
Looks like my answer might simply be no. Oh well, unless I get some response to this bump I'll let it sink and get to homebrewing!
I only found a little about Harchrist's Blockade on Pathfinder Wiki. It would seem logical that General Harchrist helped secure part of Lastwall or the country after the fall of the Sunwall.
You might also like Treantmonk's Pathfinder Guide to Bards.
There may be some problems with the eating of sentient beings by some characters. Worgs and chuuls both have intelligence scores above three and speak Common.
I would suggest that a lot of what is eaten depends on climate. Thus, the fare in Brevoy will likely differ greatly from much warmer Absalom.
Do you ever do anything on weekends down there? It's too far for me to come from just north of Chicago on a week night (especially since I work until after 5 pm), but I might make the trip on a weekend.
Not at Lightspeed Hobbies, as we only have use of the shop for a few hours on Thursday. I know that the people in South Bend run on Saturday mornings.
Check with the Chicago venture captain -- there is a new one -- on a few things closer to you.
I enjoyed the series greatly. It was the last series that my Dad followed with me and I am glad we got to see several of the episodes together. The show portrayed humanity and other races, which despite their flaws, still had people who chose to make a better future for others. So, as I reflect on the show and the members of the cast who are gone -- as well as thinking about others on this day - let me quote John Sheridan from the episode 'Sleeping in Light':
"To absent friends — in memory still bright."
You can chose to ignore some things you don't like on Golarion, like guns or androids. The existence of a crashed spaceship in Expedition to the Barrier Peaks did not ruin the World of Greyhawk setting. It is entirely possible to ignore huge chunks of the world, if they do not fit your vision. (Heck, many people in Europe one thousand years ago had little idea of what was going on over 1000 miles away.)
For the character concept, I would recommend Calistria who has no love for Asmodeus, particularly the misogyny in his cult. (I am not sure what version of the mythology of Golarion is correct in regards to Asmodeus and Sarenrae.)
However, I think that the worst enemy that Asmodeus has is Rovagug. There can be no compromise with Rovagug.
Jay Ellingson wrote:
Hm...cant find a copy of this in 3.0 or 3.5 on 4shared. Did they take it down per chance?
Jay, it never was up there. I initially asked D20PFSRD if this was possible to put there, but there are issues. (See the early discussion in the thread. I guess it is one thing if I share this as a private individual, but another if it is on a site.) You can include an e-mail in another post.
3.5 Loyalist wrote:
Well, a schism inside the Mercane might be interesting. There could be different lawful sects with different agendas and alignments.
As for the us versus them game, it looks like they already took over Katapesh on Golarion or found people whose thoughts run along the same lines.
Azaelas Fayth wrote:
@William Ronald: I am actually updating it for my group. Though I need to find some Maps for it (IIRC). We are planning on it being an intro for some of our Players Family. Would you like some updates from it? Or even help us "Update" it?
A friend encouraged me to update the adventure when I have a chance. (I am doing a lot of job hunting of late.) So, I am not sure of wanting to see the updates.
In retrospect, I think I could have done a better job with some of the NPCs.
idilippy, check your e-mail.
Lisa Stevens wrote:
I am honored and flattered to do so.
I was still fairly new to Pathfinder at the time I created the conversions. I made the guards kind of average, so that the PCs - regardless of character generation methods -- would be tougher thant he typical guard. I also changed a couple details to add some Golarion flavor.
As I set the adventure in Lastwall in the Fangwood on a road that ultimately leads to the Hold of Belkzen, I used names that seemeed appropriate to the region. As Vellumis, capitol of Lastwall, sounds vaguely Slavic or Baltic, I used Slavic, Baltic or Germanic names for many of the NPCs. (I was unaware of a previous reference to the Cave of Chaos in Ustalav, but the names would work there as well.)
In retrospect, I would probably have made some changes to the adventure. (I have learned a lot since becoming a Pathfinder Society player and GM.) But I am happy with it and hope that everyone who reads my conversion enjoys it.
Actually, Interstellar Alliance President John Sheridan in the Babylon 5 series was/is/will be a descendant of General Sheridan.
I am curious if the book will cover how different faiths approach being good, much like paladin codes were covered in Faiths of Purity. Different faiths will have different takes on how to respond to a given situation. (A paladin of Torag, a paladin of Sarenrae, a paladin of Shelyn and a paladin of Erastil may come to a dilemma from very different places and have different resolutions of the dilemma.)
We are playing bi-weekly at Lightspeed Hobbies in Portage, starting at 5:30 PM Central on Thursdays. Tomorrow, we will have the Sanos Abduction (4-05) for tiers 3-7, the Tide of Twilight (3-05) for tiers 1-5 and we can run First Steps if needed.
chris szymanski wrote:
I live in Valparaiso. have not gone to the LGS in south bend but i would be willing to go there to play as well. Or GM
We will have Pathfinder Society this Thursday at Lightspeed Hobbies in Portage, IN. We will have the Tide of Twilight (Tiers 1-5) and the Sanos Abduction (Tiers 3-7).
I am pleased to see that PFS is going well in South Bend.
Brian D. Mooney wrote:
I also took the time to let some people know about Pathfinder Society this Thursday at Lightspeed Hobbies in Portage, IN. So, we may need to find a few more seats.
I had a lot of fun and I think that the store owners were very impressed with the turnout.