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I should have worded it as "It would be on par with not giving Nethys the magic domain."
Pathfinder Society returns to Lightspeed Hobbies In Portage, Indiana on Thursday on 9/24/2015 at 5:30 PM.
We will offer The Disappeared, 4-11, for characters of levels 1-5. Additionally, one of our GMs is continuing to run a Pathfinder Module from our last session.
As a back up, we will also offer Decline of Glory, 0-24, a scenario for characters of levels 1-7.
Chelaxians Speak Taldan, which is commom isnt it?
Taldane is Common for Avistan and Northern Garund.
I am curious if they have anything about mixed human ethnicities. (One of my characters in PFS is from Absalom and his family background is quite mixed, appropriate for a member of a family that has dwelled in one of Golarion's busiest ports for millenia.)
What I foresee: They will slash staff and salaries, drop photo staff, multiply ads, and you can wave goodbye to protection of editorial content and environmental coverage. There have been rumors of the sale for a few years. Damn.
I fear that you are correct. A lot of people left the Wall Street Journal, whose editorial pages once had a wider variety of opinions than is now the case. Will there be a similar flight of talent to other outlets?
As October is approaching, I am thinking of a few good horror themed adventures to run locally for PFS.
I am considering Decline of Glory, Among the Living, the Pallid Plague, and the Temple of Empyreal Enlightenment. So, what are some of the good horror-themed scenarios or mods that you have played in or GMed?
Pathfinder Society returns to Lightspeed Hobbies in Portage, IN on Thursday, September 10, 2014 at 5:30 PM Central.
We will run the following scenarios:
Voice in the Void, 1-35, for characters of levels 1-7.
Additionally, we will offer the first part of the module "The Midnight Mirror," for characters of tiers 3-5. If we do not have enough players with characters for those tiers, we will offer "Masks of the Living God" (Tier 2-4) or "Dawn of the Scarlet Sun" (Tier 4-6).
PFS returns to Mythic Monster Gaming in Highland, Indiana this Sunday August 30, 2015 at noon.
As part of the Club Shining Stars Gaming Wekend, a fundraiser to help a charity that works to provide recreation, socialization and education activities to people with disabilities and their families, we are running the Silverhex Chronicles. This Pathfinder Quest will consist of six short scenarios for 1st level pre-generated characters.
PFS returns to Lightspeed Hobbies in Portage, Indiana this Thursday, August 27, 2015 at 5:30 PM Central.
We will offer the following scenarios:
The Cyphermage Dilemma, 4-15, for character levels 1-5.
Voice in the Void, 1-35 , for character levels 1-7.
The Test of Tar-Kuata, 6-19, for character levels 3-7.
If needed, we also will offer The Technic Siege, 6-09, for levels 5-9.
Precision damage is all about finding a very good spot to damage something or hurt a creature. A good example of this is the soft spot in a dragon's armor where a scale is missing, as Tolkien wrote in the Hobbit.
Some creatures really do not have an part that is more susceptible to damage than another part. Oozes are immune to precision damage and critical hits. (What is the weak spot on something that looks like animated jelly?)
Cort Odekirk wrote:
At least it wasn't a ban chainsaw. ;)
Julie Iaccarino wrote:
Well, it is one way to be sure. Sadly, I don't think you have anyone who can send them for a nice visit to Zon-Kuthon. I am sure he could think of something inventive.
I flagged two in Pathfinder RPG General Discussion and one in Pathfinder Society General Discussion.
I will flag when I find stuff. My hope is that the Powers That Be at Paizo will have some ideas after Gen Con about what to do with the spammers. (Sorry folks, catapults and the Grand Canyon are probably not options here. ;) )
I suspect so as well. I think they are looking for someone who cannot only keep what was built int he last few years, but expand upon it. So, I would prefer a very thorough search. I would not be surprised if Mike Brock has some advice to give to his successor and advice for the search.