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Erastil

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Pathfinder Adventure Path, Card Game, Roleplaying Game Subscriber. FullStarFullStar Pathfinder Society GM. 333 posts (338 including aliases). 33 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 10 Pathfinder Society characters.



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Where did your character come from?

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I feel that Paizo's staff really hit the mark with this book. I like Golarion and I want to anchor my character into the setting. Advanced Class Origins does an excellent job of providing that opportunity for the hybrid classes recently introduced to the campaign. The options aren't superior, but they are immersive.


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Choose Another Path

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Scenario #5–99: The Paths We Choose is more time consuming to prepare than most scenarios and half its content will not be run. Much of the justification for faction changes could be covered in blog posts and faction letters, much like we saw weeks ago. It's about as climactic as a blog post, too. If this scenario’s goal was to provide a meaningful introduction to the factions post Season 5 it is my opinion that it failed. That said, I approve of what Paizo has done with factions, but I recommend skipping #5–99: The Paths We Choose if you have another option.


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I was not excited about Iron Gods and wouldn't have given myself the opportunity to enjoy Fires of Creation if not for being an adventure path subscriber. I picked up the book out of meager curiosity and have had a very difficult time putting it down. Neil Spicer is a fantastic writer and he has a great deal of support from the authors of other sections in this adventure. I especially enjoyed the pages describing the town of Torch and love the Ecology of the Android section. Nicely done Paizo!


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Fun, but the story fell short.

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Each combat was challenging, but I felt like story reached a dead end prematurely. We chose to handle one aspect of the scenario in (possibly) a less common way, and the GM did his best to accommodate with how the scenario was written. We read the section afterward and it is clear that this was a viable solution, but very little was written about it. I felt a little robbed that we couldn't report what we had accomplished, for better or worse, with a check box on the reporting sheet. Overall, I enjoyed playing this scenario.


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Put your thinking cap on!

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I enjoyed the freedom and mystery of the mission. I felt like our decisions mattered. The combats were tough and engaging, but perhaps punishing less experienced players. Even playing a character ignorant of Numerian technology, there was a great deal of lore and information. I look forward to GMing this.


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