I just moved to Niceville, FL and would like to get into a Pathfinder campaign. I'm available to play during the week in the evenings or on the weekends. I have played Pathfinder off an on for several years and attended three PFS sessions.
My wife and I just moved to Keesler AFB for a six month school. I'd like to try my hand at GMing Pathfinder's "Dragon's Demand" while we're here. We'll only be here through the end of April and hope to game twice a month (around 9 sessions total) every other Friday 5:30pm - 11:30pm.
I'm new to GMing but have played infrequently since the mid-1990's (Earthdawn and AD&D). As a new GM, I'll be focusing more on combat than other gaming areas. I'm looking for two players. I'm planning on hosting at my home on Keesler AFB so base access will be required. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Sorry about the delay in following up from my original post. I'm hoping to run three first level characters through either a campaign or a series of adventures. As I'm new to GMing, I thought I'd try and keep the game combat focused and weave in flavor text as necessary.
I own The Rise of the Rune Lords, The Emerald Spire Superdungeon, The Dragon's Demand, and Gallows of Madness. However, I've neither GM'ed nor played any of these.
I've considered playing just a few floors worth of The Emerald Spire or just the first part of RotRL. I've been reluctant to do that thinking I might have a little trouble prematurely ending the campaign. I don't want to disappoint the players with an anti-climatic ending.
I'm going to take your advice and run The Dragon's Demand. It sounds like it might be a good fit for the time I have.
I'm hoping to GM my first adventure soon and would like a recommendation for an adventure to play. I'm planning on having 3 to 4 players and need to complete the adventure in under 44 hours (4 hour sessions twice a month).
My wife and I are looking to get into a Pathfinder campaign in the Colorado Springs, CO area (northwest side of town preferably). We're available to play Friday night through the weekend. My wife and I are both experienced with AD&D and Pathfinder, although we'd be open to other gaming systems (Shadowrun, Earthdawn, etc.). We have a gaming room and are willing to host.