That's what I thought. Thanks.
I hope each table at EG this Monday will have time to discuss this new format. I still find it a bit confusing.
Oh no. My cover is blown. *glances over shoulder*
I am slightly annoyed that each adventure path takes a character from level 1 to 15 - so no chance for a character to do 2 adventures? :|
Last night I had 3 players at my table that I introduced to PFS about a year ago. They have been playing very little along the way. One had a Paladin at 2nd level, one had 3 characters all of 1-2 level. Last night was my first time GMing for them since they started. Well, a little ways into Frostfur Captives I noticed several things wrong. Paladin doing waaay too much damage, the half orc monk with a 14 perception, and various other things that didn't seem right. When I looked at their sheets, they were all completely messed up. None of them had chosen feats, didn't know how skills worked, had numbers from Asmodeus-knows-where in the weapon to hit & damage boxes, etc... They told me several GMs had glanced at their sheets at other games, handed them back and said "they're fine". Holy Cow! Well, these players told me they had difficulty understandind the rulebook on how to make & level upa character. Mind you, these players have Never played an RPG before so I can understand not knowing how to fill in a character sheet, the various rules & mechanics, etc... I just can't believe the other GMs didn't notice or care about their sheets. We live in Denver and these girls have even played at "PFS for Beginners" tables but seemed to not get the help they really needed. So, I'm going to sit down with them & help them redo their characters and teach them the process of leveling up.
Adam Mogyorodi wrote:
Make sure to make the NPCs eerily nice. There's nothing that will freak out the PCs more than having every single question they have answered and every request they make fulfilled.
That's what I totally plan on doing! The worshippers of Korada have no idea what their leader really is.
Ron Lundeen wrote:
First four rolls. Ok, now that makes sense. And the Hare Krishna thing; I grew up on a hippy commune so I'm going to play the NPCs/cultists like the people I remember: Total peace loving people. But, in this scenario, the people are unaware that their leader is a demon.
Oh, my gosh. So sorry. Here I was thinking I was doing something unique to really personalize my character. My most sincere apologies.
Norowareta Nagagorjo wrote:
Really? Where? I don't see any of your posts before mine using that way of speech.
Daniel Simons wrote:
The first time you submit a game session you fill in both your PFS number and a character number, thus awarding your GM chronicle to that character. All subsequent session reports (excluding first level scenarios/modules) should only be submitted with your PFS number and a blank character number. If you keep filling in the character number you'll get an error message.
I got all my issues fixed & explained by my local VC and Store Coordinator. Thanks, everyone, for the responses to fix the problem.
Don Walker wrote:
Ah, ok. I'll give it a shot.