|Delbert Collins II Venture-Captain, South Carolina—Lexington aka DCII|
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Excitement overflowing... can't contain it... going... to... explode... ... ... boom.
Jake question, the last time we played at PFS our GM did't have the event code, or the gm number. He said they would get them too us. I was in the defenders of nesting swallow scenario 3-13. If you have any information that would be great, thanks.
Here is uncle Luth's night before check list.
Granola bars, check
Hope I can sleep. See my fellow GMs bright and early!
I just checked Warhorn and those Intro Series are very full. I would recommend that some of the GMs with no players be prepared to run an Intro Series over-flow table. Just a recommendation. If you are GM-ing you should familiarize yourself with those free scenarios just in case your table doesn't make and those tables are overflowing as they are now.
THIS IS A VERY GOOD PROBLEM TO HAVE!
Also, my 11 yr old daughter is prepped and ready to run the Beginner Box Set and if there are lots of kids she usually prefers to run that rather than play and that may take some pressure of the Intro series from walk-ins.
Delbert Collins II wrote:
I will be prepared to run an Intro I in the first slot alongside Stu's if I need to.
That. Was. Epic.
Great job to all the GMs and a special thanks to Del for making the trip up the mountain.
And StrangePackage, major kudos on the Goblins tables man, those were by far some of the most entertaining tables to listen to today.
Ditto I was wishing I could sit and watch the mayhem I had to fight to make myself heard over all day...
Yes, you heard right. There is an effort underway to develop and bring to us an MMORPG version of Pathfinder. It is being worked on by an offshoot of Paizo called Goblinworks.
Click here to read the blog that's been ongoing for about 6 months. I read through it and get the sense that this MMO will be a very different experience than the yawners that are out there now.
Also, Goblinworks launched a Kickstarter project a few days ago, to raise money that will fund a technology demo to be presented to potential investors. The $50k goal was hit in less than 24 hours (pretty danged amazing). There is also a secondary goal to have as many contributers as possible. This will show the potential investors how much interest, and perhaps more importantly how many people there are out there willing to pay a few bucks a month to play it. Click here to see and maybe contribute to this project.
26th is a holiday weekend. I imagine a lot of folks might have family plans. I know I am most likely going to have my mother visiting.
Can we get a preliminary show of hands on who would be showing up for the 26th? If a lot of people have holiday plans, we might need to consider making it either the 19th or pushing all the way out to 2-June.
Oh, in case I spaced on filling out the PP, and it was a 0 prestige across the board for the PCs. :(
Personally, I am of the mind that burning bridges is not a decision to be made lightly. Personally, I think the sudden cessation of PFS at HSG once WT opens will have more impact ... and a "holy crap there are literally no other options for a PFS location within 100 miles" ultimate last choice option would still be available if some huge amount of cosmic crap decides to drop itself on the Asheville area.
I know both Michael and Micah (ImageAsheville is actually a photographer collective of sorts). I expect to see a fair amount of additional photos from them.
We're always open to new participants. Check this thread back for time and place. With a holiday weekend coming up, we might not be running the 26th, but then again, we might.
We're currently playing Saturdays at Hillside Games in Asheville, and running from 6 until 10:00. We run every other week- sometimes more frequently. The next scheduled weekend is May 26.
Hope to see you there!