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I am posting this hear as more or less to figure out if I am in the minority on this particular subject and if my idea might draw a bigger interest in PFS play.
In the past few months my interest in playing in PFS has severely waned, but not on the issue of content or scenarios being to difficult. There have been times in past seasons were building towards the core goal for that year but to me it felt like I was playing a game of darts, I'm hitting the board(hopefully) but not really getting any bulls-eyes. However this was not the case when I played in multi-part scenarios, which there were consequences and rewards given depending on what your character did in the previous parts that gave me a sense of accomplishment once the multi-parter reach its end.
Its because of this I would like to see more multi-part scenarios that become the "spine" of the season's core goal and then you have the other scenarios to be something that is attached to the main story to add some minor benefit to the season's last scenarios, like gathering the different groups to add to army for Year of the Demon.
Now I am not saying it needs to be like "Search for the Thingy" Parts 1-10 but more like treating each separate multi-parter like it is a chapter in an adventure path but on a smaller scale and the other scenarios are the side quests that add a little bit here and there as the season progresses.