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Didn't mean to sound harsh. You put it into better words for me, Woran.
Do a home game without the constraints of organized play, then, after reading PFS Guide & knowing the flow of organized play, take it from there.
Very good news, John. Thanks for hinting!
For some reason I'm not a fan of the unlimited replay aspect. In my area (Denver) I've seen too many people start almost every one of their PCs with The Confirmation. I think, especially with all the various level 1 scenarios and modules now legal for PFS, the maximum number of times played should be three. Maybe five max?
Oh! That's really cool.
I might start next month. Will definitely keep you posted.
After 6 years of trying, I finally got my GF to start playing PFS a few weeks ago. Total nooB. She's still trying to learn "all those funny-shaped dice".
Lord Zekk wrote:
Click on 'products' on the main pfs page, then 'scenarios'.
Don't worry too much about it. Sometimes tables don't go off because they'd rather max out number of players at a table than have too few, especially if it's a difficult scenario. At the last convention that I was registered to GM 3 tables at (one each day) only 1 actually had players. Sure, I was pretty bummed out after doing tons of prep (one table of mine that didn't happen was the Stonelords Special -not enough tier 1-2 players) but I shrugged it off and joined in as a player at another table. Met some awesome people and had tons of fun!
What are these shirts you're talking about? How do I get one?
Nils Janson wrote:
Ok, thanks. Running it in 20 mins for tier 1-2.
If a character has the Charming trait, though, this could change things game to game. +1 bluff & diplomancy to members of opposite sex.
"I look female in this scenario so I get a +1 to my feint against the thug!"
Then, later on...
"I look male in this scenario so I get a +1 to diplomacy when talking to Shiela Heidmarch!"
I use D&D Dungeon Tiles quite a bit in my PFS games since I have a lot of them and not very many PF map packs or flip maps (slowly collecting, though!). I had a very good representation for each of the maps in The Confirmation, but, not exact. Some rooms were a few squares too big or small. I like to err on the side of too big when a cavern or room seems just too small for 2 large bad guys and 6 PCs. Is this allowed or should we draw the maps on blank battlemats if we don't own the actual map pack or flip mat?
David Montgomery wrote:
It does cut down on the number of adjacent to a creature (8 on a square grid, vs 6 on a hex grid), and doesn't a hex grid break the two-diagonals = 15 ft rule as well?
Yes to both. So we must stick with squares. Plus, it would confuse a lot of nooBs switching from squares to hexes, back to squares, etc...
Sammy T wrote:
D'oh! I shoulda looked there first. Thanks.
Drogon,Have you considered writing a tier 1-5 scenario for PFS? You are in my Top 5 favorite GMs because you are always there to lend a helping hand on rules/setting/builds/well... everything! To everyone!
doc the grey wrote:
Ah! Ok. Yeah, just play a scenario before the 14th of August to get that 1 xp. Then all is good and you can continue playing it after the deadline.
I made a Tiefling Zen Archer today and will be playing The Confirmation on Monday to make him legal.