|Seth Brummond Venture-Captain, Missouri—Kansas City aka Sir Ma'Layo|
|Jason Roeder Venture-Captain, Missouri—Columbia aka kikai13|
|Chris Mortika RPG Superstar 2010 Top 16|
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I've apparently lost my mind a bit as I'm already planning Nuke-Con 2012. I even have a preliminary schedule done.
The question I have for any of you is this:
How do I get you to come?
I'm willing to bend pretty far to get you in those doors for some Pathfinder, now what do I have to do to make it happen?
Purple Fluffy CatBunnyGnome wrote:
I can probably make it for saturday... depending on school requirements ... clint .. what's on the tentative schedule?
Basically it's mods from PaizoCon and GenCon with a few of the new ones to come out in between.
I'd love to run Race for the Runecarved Key, if I can get enough players :)
I'll be there! Will you have cakes? How about candies? Oh, oh, will there be books?! Please bring some books!
Omaha area hotels tend to be on the cheaper side and there are several within fairly easy distance to the Convention Center.
I'm definitely planning on Race for the RuneCarved Key there with a special guest Overseer Judge, Thea! (This should be interesting).
Pirate Rob, If you're willing to get me to and from the convention center each night/morning, I can probably let you crash on my couch.
Schedule has Beginner Box Demos and Scenarios from PaizoCon forward including the September Scenarios. Chris Mortika has offered to run a Modeule on Sunday morning (This was a lot of fun last year). If there's something someone wants that isn't in that list, arrangements can be made.
Clint Blome wrote:
stands before you with her left paw on the CRB and the right up in the air
I, PFCBG, do so solemnly swear by the goodness that is the realm of Pathfinder to not make all characters sound like a gnome
Pirate Rob wrote:
you wound me
Good news: there will be special treats for those GMing at least 2 slots.
And to any lurkers out there, there will also be shiny things for those who come out to try PFS for the first time.
Yup, that looks right. I look forward to seeing you there. I'm not sure yet, but I may end up doing 4-05 Saturday morning (that or 4-02).
I then plan to pester Thea on Saturday afternoon for 4-01 if I can squeeze myself and a friend onto the table. I've already run this at GenCon, but knowing the scenario just makes my expectations higher. I expect full-on goblin ridiculousness - you hear that?
Mike Lindner wrote:
OOoooooo that means I should read it again huh? lol
I plan on killing a table full of characters Friday night with Golemwork's and harvesting their sweet tears (4-03) followed by judging Santos Abduction (4-05) Saturday morning.
Saturday afternoon I'm hoping to play 4-06 followed by Racing for the RuneCarved Key in the evening and then playing a module Sunday morning.
I think last year I presigned up for the adventures I wanted to play but I was the only one to do so, so I didn't bother this year.
I ate your title. Sorry, but it was mighty tasty.
Thanks to everyone who came. We had a really good con.
17/20 tables made, thats 4 more tables than last year.
12 New PFS Numbers given
35 Individual PFS Numbers used
We had a few problem people at times but no big problems with anything else, always a good thing.
This was a good way to go out as my last official event as a VC.
Indeed, thank you to everyone who came out. It was good to meet new folks and see some of the people I only see at conventions. Thanks to you as well Clint for putting together the most successful con for PFS in Omaha yet. I can say for my part that I had fun at every table, especially "The Most Powerful Party in All of Magnimar, sponsored by the temple of Abadar TM."
Here's my brief overview of good times:
Very minor spoilers present but nothing too specific:
Friday Night: I GM Golemworks. I have 2 characters in the line of fire, one is unconscious but stable, the other is at 0. The conscious one bull rushes the unconscious one to safety and falls to -1 before being killed.
Saturday Morning: I GM Sanos Abduction. I have a 4 player table, including 2 brand new players playing Ezrin and Kyra. They are both reasonably effective and a good time is had by all but I wear out my voice a bit between a super talky gnome and a faerie dragon.
Saturday Afternoon: I play the Green Market where we break the scenario, but the GM does a good job of circling us back in the right direction.
Saturday Evening: Mike Lindner tries to kill Farak, the Most Powerful Mage in Absalom, a difficult task he learned. (Surprising and winning initiative and rolling a crit with a greater shadow is not enough!)
Sunday: I play from Shore to Sea with a 4 player casual group and we get the snot kicked out of us for awhile before we flee and cut our losses.