You are IN! :) That makes 4 players (bringing 3 with me in the car...)
Any chance there will be a couple more pregens to round out a table of 6? If I had my druthers, I'd like to see Stumpbiter & Buggy Bugeye leveled up along with Reeta, Chuffy, Mogmurch, & Poog...
Here we are again. The mad rush for Gen Con event reg is over, and I start thinking about Wednesday...
I'd like to run We Be Goblins Too! (See here) in an early afternoon-ish slot. I've got myself and 3 players. (will we have 6 goblins?) I don't see any official events (yet?) for Wednesday in the reg system. There's typically a VO/GM function in the evening IIRC. I'd plan to finish before then.
I've got an email in to the Indy team. This gun ain't gonna jump itself... :D
See you there!
My group is having the same experience since transitioning from the original to the anniversary edition. One of the players dubbed our last session "The Munchkin Steamroller" I'm planning to re-blend some of the converted adversaries from the original edition (esp the BBEG's) into the mix. Many of the conversions in the PRD seem more challenging than the "official" update. It's not fiddling so much as wholesale replacement in these cases.
Hope this helps...
Seconded! and bought!
I suppose this is one advantage to my group's sporadicity. It gives Crystal a chance to catch up :)
Callous Jack wrote:
Thanks CJ! Assembly took maybe a couple hours spread out over time.- Step 1 print all
- Step 2 score and fold/glue all. set under books to press & dry.
- Step 3 cut out each and glue to base
My game changer for step 3 was a 1" circle craft punch. Less than ten bucks on amazon. Not having to cut the bases by hand really saved me time(& hand cramps)
It looks like that truck finally made it to the PO... The tracking # is tracking now. Mailed 17th due 23rd. A longer wait wait than usual, no doubt due to the RotR, but from the PDF's it looks like it will be worth it...
There was/is a mini that was made by Ral Partha in the 80's that was based on the Belushi character. I know I owned this (and badly painted it) at one point ...
After some internet sleuthing, I've found the figure:
Thomas Long 175 wrote:
one post is very like another when your head's down over your keyboard brother...
Now that the bum's rush is over for 2012 events, what's the word for Wednesday? I understand there's a PFS meeting in the works for the afternoon. Is there a time set (even tentative) for that?
I'd like to run Dawn of the Scarlet Sun. I've got myself and 3 players leaving 3 seats. I'm hoping to start early enough to end in time for the player meeting if that's happening.
I've got an email in to the Indy VO team. Mark had coordinated the action at Scotty's the last couple years. I'm hoping to help that tradition live on...
See you there!
+1 for Crypt of the Everflame as a first-first module...
The back story assumes you are a yoot, coming of age in a back water town. Through a confluence of circumstance, you are thrust into peril and adventure. Great by itself, and with the follow on modules, makes an excellent longer story arc...
I had the same issue. if you read the "Service Description" inside each of the 3 attachments, it will tell you which payment it is:
Find the email for the payment you need to make, hi-light, copy, and paste into a new browser tab/window the https: URL in the paragraph after the amount:
paypal url wrote:
That should bring you to payPal and let you login and complete the transaction...
Hope this helps...
'Being evil' is, well... evil...
Not all a paladin's duties are glorious, but they are all duties. Expunge evil from the world wherever it is within your power to do so.
I would judge that quick and unceremonious executions are required if they offer no resistance. Battlelust should be reserved for foes of equal standing... So "enjoying it too much" may put him/her on shaky ground...
Count me in on the bandwagon too!
Our Fathers & Sons & Daughters group just started Kingmaker and I'm hoping the other sets will update & release before we get to them...
Any suggestions for encouragement and/or bribes?
A great movie! Every time I watch it there's a new little nuance or something I hadn't noticed before...
The Extraordinary Adventures of Baron Munchausen RPG is also loads of fun with the right crowd.
on the back cover is wrote:
BARON MUNCHAUSEN regrets that there is not sufficient space here to describe his renowned game, but gives his word that any GENTLEMAN who cares to open the cover and inspect the contents will be amused and edified. He cannot, however, make the same assurance to LADIES and members of the LOWER CLASSES unless by some good fortune they have learned to read, and perhaps not even then.
halo56731 ACTUALLY wrote:
Can we expect to see a new AP's paper minis out soon, namely jade regent?
Kingmaker is already in progress no? (yes)
I'd vote for Jade Regent for next AP to start with the paper minis... (and for those that are started to finish...)
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Question on the XP's for the short FreeRPGDay Modules:
Looks like We Be Goblins had its "How to run" page removed from the PFS DL packet and the chronicle was changed from pre-printed +1 XP to blank in that section (though the Master of the Fallen Fortress chronicle was not) I'm assuming that the short modules (including the forthcoming Dawn of the Scarlet Sun) are still just 1 XP, but that should be clarified either on the chronicles or in the guide or both...
My level 1 summoner-synthesist: General Zhao (picture)
He's a Wargames Factory Ancient German (plastic mini) encased in a mixture of transparent and translucent green sculpey. (Very light on the green 10:1 or maybe less)
This is the first time I've ever tried this. He looks a little rough but the concept of "fantastical magical being wrapped around the summoner" is clear, or at least partially translucent :) I'm hoping to get more iterations on this as he evolves...
Any tips on mini sculpting for a n00b ?
For pre-printed flip mats I've used black window marker to conceal the map. (available at party supply stores and other places in various colors, they're typically used on car windows etc) The paint comes off the mat with a lightly damp sponge as the rooms are explored...
Here's a picture of the mini I just finished for my lvl1 Synthesist / Eidolon General Zhao.
A mini wrapped in translucent polymer clay, Looks a bit rough now but conveys the idea. I'm hoping my sculpting skills advance if I get the chance to work the General over a few times as he evolves...
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I was looking for somewhere to take our campaign after the Crypt of the Everflame / Masks of the Living God / City of Golden Death module series.
We'll end that mini-arc on the Isle of Terror, with the PCs just about at 7th level...
So it's off to the Worldwound and the temple city at its center...
I'm NOT dilly-dalling a second time... pre-odred! yabba-dabba-doo!
I'm running our Fathers & Sons group through this series now. They're just about to make landfall on the Isle of Terror to start CoGD.
The first adventure is a great setup for first time players. Having the flip mat made it easy to run. The second module is also fun and goes a long way in teaching that not every problem is solved by combat, and the jury is still out on the third but based on the story so far it looks like it will be great as well...
Our group runs in age from 8-48 and we have a great time with the game, when we can squeeze it in between work and school and sports and scouts...
So I do recommend this "Series of linked modules not an AP" for younger kids. Your mileage may vary. Objects in mirror are closer than they appear. Do not taunt Happy Fun Ball.