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Got a crazy idea


Suggestions/House Rules/Homebrew

Silver Crusade

Since Paizo isn't doing any adventures or paths I'm really interested in, why not write one myself?

Crazy idea, yes?
:)

Should I write it for the Pathfinder Society?

Cheliax

Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Comics Subscriber; Pathfinder Campaign Setting, Cards, Companion, Maps, Modules, Pawns, Roleplaying Game, Tales Subscriber

I recommend starting with basic stuff if you're going to try for PFS, as they don't typically take a series of connected adventures for PFS. Also, outside of PFS, I don't think Paizo really does take unsolicited work, unless you're someone with a good reputation in the industry.

Have you done work for anyone yet?

Silver Crusade

Justin Sluder wrote:

I recommend starting with basic stuff if you're going to try for PFS, as they don't typically take a series of connected adventures for PFS. Also, outside of PFS, I don't think Paizo really does take unsolicited work, unless you're someone with a good reputation in the industry.

Have you done work for anyone yet?

Atlas Games.

Silver Crusade

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Oooooh!

My thread got moved to the homebrew area. That means I can write whatever I want! I had an idea for an adventure set in the Finger Lakes area of Upstate New York. I can set the adventure in that area!

--- I can put in an appendix for those that want to use Advanced d20 Magic!

--- I can set an adventure that explores why Gnolls act so savagely. I just looked at the Gnoll entry in Bestiary and downloaded The Slayer's Guide to Gnolls. This is after writing a piece of fiction about them.

--- Oh, I can write it using Movie Script structure like how Burning Shoalin from Atlas Games' Coriolis series is written.

--- Oh, oh, PSIONICS! Since I know that system forwards and backwards!

--- CREATIVE FREEDOM!!! :D


Are you from the Finger Lakes?

Silver Crusade

Evil Lincoln wrote:
Are you from the Finger Lakes?

No. I am from the Salt Lake Valley, and I know the back country of Utah a lot more readily than I do the Finger Lakes. I just think they are an awesome geographical feature to write about.

Andoran

Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Adventure paths are just campaigns written out ahead of time.

So go for it.

Silver Crusade

TriOmegaZero wrote:

Adventure paths are just campaigns written out ahead of time.

So go for it.

I've got part of an outline already written. :)


Why does this thread seem like a crazy middle aged man talking to himself?

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