A couple of questions, some germane to my situation, some for GMs running the Chronicle 2 section in PFS mode.
1) I have a player who has been there for every session, in home game mode, but the session where the PCs dealt with the kobold lair (chronicle 1).
Do I still give him all 4 chronicles, for completing the game in home game/campaign mode, or do I only give him chronicles 2 & 3?
2) In the game covered by chronicle 2, there is an auction. For the way the auction is written in the module, the PCs would be getting a 50% price match, up to 7,500 gp.
2a) Do the PFS mode players also get this bonus from the town?
2b) In the area of the module they go through first, there is a scroll of Permanency, which they can either keep or turn in to the town.
I presume, since the spell permanancy is illegal in PFS, that they only get to look at it in passing, but the scroll is also offered as one of the items in the auction, in an item that would actually be a desirable item for a spellcaster with some scrolls of their own.
Is the item just auctioned off empty?
3) If the PFS PCs get the bonus, do they get to keep the items won in the auction? Or do they have to pay the normal price, afterwards, to keep them. And, if they do have to buy them afterwards, do they get any monies spent during the auction back?
The 6 spellbooks contain: All cantrips, 25 1st level spells, 22 2nd level spells, 17 3rd level spells, 13 4th level spells, and 11 5th level spells.
Just from scribing costs alone, ignoring cantrips, this set of books is worth: 250 + 880 + 1,530 + 2,080 + 2,750 = 7,490 gp
And, other than a couple of specific spells, they are "GM determines".
How would this be handled if this section is run in PFS mode?