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Incident at Absalom Station (GM reference)


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
For the last part of the AP you have to work for a specific Undead, you also get to kill a f~$& ton of undead.
Are the PCs able to decline this job?

Yes and no.

There's multiple ways to get them on the task. The standard way is to work for Eox. If the PCs decline, you can have the SFS assign them to the job.

If they didn't join the SFS, you can have which ever of the four factions involved in the dispute that they got along with the best offer the job.

If they decline or don't have one of those, you can have the family of the missing crew come to them for help.

If they still decline, then you can have the authorities arrest them for their involvement with the Fusion Queen or any firefight they've been in or illegal activities they've done so far. And then offer them a deal: explore the ship and we drop all charges.

If they decline it then, you can put the book away, because your players obviously don't want to play this AP. And you've also got all the PCs in jail now, so you can either make up new PCs it or have a prison break adventure.


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Lord Fyre wrote:
Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
For the last part of the AP you have to work for a specific Undead, you also get to kill a f~$& ton of undead.

Are the PCs able to decline this job?

I am shocked that Paizo hasn't stickied this thread yet!

It's also worth noting that in book 3 you've gotta go to Eox and work with the undead in quite close proximity so it's probably worth making your players aware that they shouldn't be too antagonistic towards undead in general.


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Adventure Path Player's Guides are good friends for this specific reason.

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Rysky the Dark Solarion wrote:
Adventure Path Player's Guides are good friends for this specific reason.
Shaudius wrote:
Golurkcanfly wrote:
Why aren't Elebrians (Eoxians) among the playable races?
Non-undesd eoxians (Elebrians) have been confirmed as playable in Dead Suns 3 of 6. Undead Eoxians have been confirmed as playable in the Pact Worlds book.

This would have been interesting to put into a player's guide; that is if the non-undead Elebrians are good with the undead of their world.

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