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Thanks, Sabre and Preston! That makes sense, and I figured that would be the case. I guess I just wasn't fully processing what I was reading!


For example, the Traveler's Anytool is listed on one of my chronicle sheets. I'd like to buy it, but I don't own a copy of "Ultimate Equipment". Can I legally buy this item?

Thanks!


Liz Courts wrote:
jasonm777 wrote:

Does anyone have any idea when there will be more of this product available? My FLGS distributors don't have any, and it's listed as on backorder here?

Thanks!

We're expecting a reprint, but I don't have an ETA as of yet.

OK, thanks for your response, Liz!


Does anyone have any idea when there will be more of this product available? My FLGS distributors don't have any, and it's listed as on backorder here?

Thanks!


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Thanks for all the responses, everyone - great advice and entertaining commentary!

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to buy a Feather Token: Tree .....


Also, same question for mundane adventuring gear. Thanks again!


Hi everyone,

I know I've read discussions on the messageboards in the past about the magic items every character should have: cloak of resistance, ring of protection, etc. ... but I just can't seem to find any of those threads right now, and I'd really like to find them before tomorrow night's PFS game.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks!


This is a fantastic article, Netopalis - thanks for writing and posting it! I'm in the process of rebuilding one of my PFS characters and have been stuck for a while, so this gives me some new ideas and inspiration to work with.

On point #5, my paladin has Profession: Baker as a skill, which he uses for his day job checks. This doesn't usually enter actual game play, but once in a while I find myself with an opportunity to make jokes about it. My favorite line is something about my character trying to influence someone or show gratitude by presenting them with a plate of paladin cookies. It's good for table-wide laugh, so it's worth the skill points I've dedicated to it.

On point #2, I have my paladin write his own Pathfinder Chronicles, which begin with his backstory. That is, I myself actually keep a running document in which I write like he would write, covering the details of each scenario he completes. Like his baking, this doesn't usually come up in actual game play, but it gives me a better feel for who he is and what he values. Plus, it provides a good record of material that I can use to make references from (which I guess also relates to #3).

Once again, thanks for a great article!

-- jason


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Check out the link below to the Christian Gamers Guild. It should put you on the chaplain's corner page, which has some great articles. Pay special attention to the Faith and Gaming series of articles; they've been incredibly helpful to me.

Also, I'm a pastor who's played rpg's since about 7th grade, so let me know if I can be of further help.

http://www.christian-gamers-guild.org/chaplain/index.html

Jason


Joana wrote:
I believe you can find them here under alchemical weapons. (I assume the Desnan candle is the same as the star candle firework.) The skyrocket is 1 lb.; the others are of negligible weight.

Thanks, Joana, that's exactly what I was looking for! I didn't even think to check the PRD - good call!


Can anyone with the Adventurer's Armory tell me what, if any, weight the following fireworks have?

Desnan candle
Paper candle
Skyrocket

My PFS PC has access to these fireworks through the We Be Goblins chronicle sheet, but there's no weight listed on the sheet or in the module itself. Normally I wouldn't care too much (well, my OCD tendencies might ...) , but my PC (a Halfling) is at the upper limit of carrying a light load, and I don't want his speed dropping to 15 feet per round.

Thanks.


Thanks Blahpers and James!

In a 3.5 campaign I played in, our party had storage lockers in a local bank where we kept our excess coins, gems, gear, and other items. Thankfully we also had a merciful DM as a bank security guard who never allowed thieves to come anywhere close to our stuff. :)

However, the same DM also instituted conversion fees for changing coins from one type into a higher type (gold to platinum, for example). The reasoning was that banks, merchants, or others would be taking on more coinage (weight and volume) by accepting lower denomination coins and giving up higher denomination ones. I didn't personally care for that house rule, but it wasn't a big deal. I'd rather have the security as a player knowing my PC's stuff was safe.


Ilja wrote:
Nope, no convserion fee. Keeping the gold in various types of gems have the added benefit of having gems at hand when the casters need them for material components.

Thanks, Ilja!


Is there any kind of conversion fee for changing coins from one type to another (gold to platinum, for example)? Or even for changing coins to gems of the same value (50gp in coins to a 50gp gem, for example)? I haven't found such a rule in the CRB or the PFS Guide to Org. Play.

I ask because in PFSOP, PCs receive a certain amount of "gold" at the end of each scenario ... but I don't want my PC carrying around a couple thousand actual gold pieces, simply for encumbrance purposes. My group doesn't really make a big deal out of encumbrance, but I'd rather not get into a situation in which it becomes an issue (plus, I'm a bit on the OCD side and I NEED to comply with the rules ...).

Thanks.


Nebten wrote:
You should have only received 1 PP by playing Master of the Fallen Fortress. Your Chronicle is wrong and you should correct it and give yourself only 1 PP. The online profile is correct.

Yep, I just went digging through the PFS guide and found it. Thanks, everyone, for your help.


Dragnmoon wrote:

What did you play? The free RPG modules only give on prestige point, if that is the case, then your chronicle sheet is wrong.

But if it was a normal scenario your chronicle sheet is most likely correct and there was an error when reported.

I played Master of the Fallen Fortress.


I recently played a PFS session and received 2 prestige points on my chronicle sheet. However, my online profile says I only have 1 prestige point. How do I go about finding the reason for the difference?


Gorbacz wrote:

1. All are available in PDF, and all except a few Rise of the Runelords episodes are available in print. RotRL is getting a hardcover reprint soon, so it's no biggie.

2. See here. Up to Legacy of Fire the APs were written under the 3.5 ruleset, from Council of Thieves on they're all for Pathfinder ruleset. Conversions from 3.5 are generally easy and are available on forums.

3. There's a popular opinion that Curse of the Crimson Throne, Rise of the Runelords and Kingmaker are finest.

4. Depending on the AP you will need Bestiaries, APG, UM and UC. All the resources needed to run APs are available for free online as part of Pathfinder Reference Document (PRD).

Wow, that was fast! Thanks, Gorbacz!


Questions about Pathfinder Adventure Paths:

1.) Of the 11 Adv. Paths listed on the website, which ones are still available for purchase?

2.) In what order were they released?

3.) Which ones are the best ones? (I realize that's a very subjective question, but I'd like to see a general consensus.)

4.) Do I need any other Pathfinder resources to use the Adv. Paths (aside from the basic game books)?


OK, so here's an update.

My 2nd lead from the comic store contacted me and said he and a friend are interested in gaming. So that makes me, you, and the 2 of them.

I also contacted a couple friends of mine who live a bit outside the area, but may be able to travel here to game, depending on the day we meet (one can only join us if we meet on Saturdays).

So that brings the potential total to 6!

Could you please email me at jmach31(at)gmail(dot)com? That way I can have your email address and get a group discussion going.

Looking forward to starting up soon!

J.


OK, great to know. Thanks for the clarification, Rdrp.

I had 2 leads from the comic store. 1 has replied and said he's not interested at this time - apparently his posting was over a year old. The other hasn't responded yet (I emailed both on Saturday). I may have another lead or 2 I could follow up with as well, though at least 1 of them would be a bit of a long shot.

Questions:
1.) Do you know anyone here in the area who could join us, and who might even be willing / interested to continue gaming after you move?

2.) If worse came to worst, and it was just you and I, would you still be interested in a short campaign or series of one-shots?

I'll post back when I have more info to share.

Thanks,
J.


Thanks for responding, Rdrp! Glad to know there's at least one other gamer around here.

I have a couple leads from a local comic store to follow up on as well, so I'll post back soon and we can start sorting out details. Thanks for the interest!

In the meantime, could you further explain the "or something" part of your post? Would a short campaign be included (say, one that wraps up before you leave town)?

Thanks,
Jason


I'd prefer to keep things local - Rockford, Loves Park, Machesney Park, Roscoe, etc. I had a couple groups that I was part of at one time, but they involve fairly significant travel now, and it's just not feasible to do anymore.

I'm available to play every other week. Tuesday night would probably be my first preference, though Wednesday night could work too. Saturdays may also be a possibility. I'm flexible to others' schedules.

I'm willing to DM, though it's been a while since I've done so.

Hopefully that helps clarify my situation and availability. Thanks for the nudge, gnomewizard.


Thanks for the suggestions, gnomewizard. Sadly, SD is just a WEE BIT out of my travel range!


I moved to the Rockford, IL area recently and would like to find a group to play Pathfinder with. Anyone interested? Let me know!

Thanks,
Jason


I've just read the news release about the first print being sold out already. Congratulations to all who worked on it! I've really enjoyed playing the Beta version, and I'm excited for the official first release! Pathfinder has taken 3.5 where it needed to go - thank you!


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