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Yes. Yes, she can.

In our previous Campaign she showed videos of baby rats washing themselves after a quick swim.

Totes adorbs.


Still haven't had time to fully de-level Dromer to 1st but if I'm picked I'll probably adapt his skills to mesh with the party anyways. All of his backstory and flavoring will still be the same.

Good luck everyone!!

*ear scritches to Iantha*


Iantha truly roleplays a Ratfolk well. Easily my favorite character from that game. I learned a lot about real life rat behavior from her!!


I think you've gotten Iron Gods mixed up with Hell's Rebels =)


Please do Google Slides

<3


Starting gold: 3d6 ⇒ (1, 5, 6) = 12 x 10 = 120 gp


So, I've never looked at the Background Skills rules before, and holy wow. Artistry (poetry) is an option. I think that completes Dromer's emo persona.

Plus, Knowledge (geography) is an option, and I had already given him the Stargazer campaign trait. Squeee!

*goes off to research modern poetry*


Iron Priest is at least a full caster, and Constructs have poor Will saves (compared to Undead, which have Will as their only good save).


Sweet! Thank you.

The character I want to apply the credit to has essentially been on hold for two years waiting for the first Chronicle.

*crosses fingers*


Forgot to ask: are you handing out PFS credit? If you're unsure how PFS works I'd be happy to handle it for you. If you're not handing out credit then I withdraw my submission.


Submitting Dromer.

He's best described as an emo, hair-flipping 1/16th orc. Melee Bloodrager with a high Int, focused on Knowledges.

He was my Iron Gods character for a year and we didn't even complete the first dungeon. Tons of RP and character building, though.

If accepted I'll bump him back to Level 1.


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Alrighty. GG guys. It was a pleasure getting to know you all. I'm sure I'll see you all again in the aether =).


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Honestly it's probably best to get a bunch of PbP scenarios under your belt first, and determine your limits, before attempting something as grandiose as an AP.

A year ago, when we started this, I was unaware of that necessity. Since then I've learned a lot more about what it takes. It's surprisingly challenging.


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Ironic coincidence, the GM for my Thursday night Shattered Star game announced last night that he's not into it anymore, either. Another player is considering taking over, but that messes up our party dynamic.

I think maybe APs in general are doomed to a high rate of failure. I've been through:

Book 1 of Kingmaker (twice)
Book 1 of Shattered Star
Book 1 of Reign of Winter
Books 1-2 of Carrion Crown
Books 1-3 of Hell's Rebels

And yet I've run, and played in, multiple lengthy home campaigns (and almost 5 years of PFS).

I'll probably attempt another AP again, but I'll go into it recognizing that odds are against completion.


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Fixed?


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It's been like that since they tweaked the new Starfinder Forum. It's being worked on.

All of my PbPs have ground to a halt.


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Congratz on the promotion. I similarly took a higher paying job that has impacted my availability. Whereas I used to sit down to a game 2-4 times a week, I now play maybe once every other week. Even my Forum activity has lessened tremendously​.

Regarding the Chronicle, there is no minimum amount of play required in Campaign Mode. You could literally narrate the entire AP, never rolling dice once, and hand out Chronicles afterwards. If possible, I'd like the Chronicle, but if you're not comfortable issuing it I understand.


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It's our GM's first time running PbP. My first time GMing PbP was just a Module, and I couldn't maintain it, either. It's tougher than just being a more active player.

Plus the cycling out of players can be demoralizing (which I recognize I contributed to).

One minor suggestion going forward would be to use Google Slides for maps rather than Google Drawing. For some reason I can't​ modify my miniature from Google Drawing when I'm on my phone, but I can from Google Slides. That has the mental effect on me of needing to be home at my computer in order to post updates, which limits my activity.

But player wise there've been many instances where it was just a couple players posting, too, and when only a half the group is being regular, everyone can lose interest.


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How far are we from getting the first Chronicle?


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"Right. Let's hope we don't find a whole underground city that needs rescuing."

Dromer heads towards the far exit.


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"Uhh... Yeah..."

Dromer steps into the room.

"What... How do we free him?"


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Dromer freezes as the others rush in, horrified by the sight.


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I'm sorry, Rob, but there can be... Only one...

Cue Highlander theme music.


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I'll be at DunDraCon tomorrow thru Sunday. Feel free to bot me if I haven't posted after 24hrs of inactivity.


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"I think I've seen... Devices, I guess... That can go over your mouth and magically create air. Or something. You'd all probably know better than I."


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I forgot the map is a Google Drawing. I can edit and reposition my characters on Google Slides using my phone, but for this if someone could move Dromer down to the southern doors?

Dromer puts his ear against the door.

Perception: 1d20 + 7 ⇒ (19) + 7 = 26

"Maybe we can find like a leather sack, or something... I don't know. Like something to trap air long enough to get him back to the surface."


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Dromer flips his hair away from his face.

I have now officially typed this phrase into my phone often enough that my keyboard autocompletes it for me!


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Dromer glances over the items and handles them momentarily as the more tech-savvy people inspect them. "Huh. Interesting."

After he hands them over, he rubs the back of his head uncomfortably. "The League would probably kill for these, huh? What should we do with them?"


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Dromer sighs, puts his sword away, and flips his hair away from his face.


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"Can I just hit it?"


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If someone can move me into the flank it'd be much appreciated =)

The young half-orc continues his enraged assault, completely oblivious to the fact that his hair is getting in his face...

Greatsword, Rage, Flank: 1d20 + 6 + 2 ⇒ (13) + 6 + 2 = 21
Damage: 2d6 + 6 ⇒ (5, 5) + 6 = 16

4 rounds remaining.


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Prepare for the website to slow to a crawl. There's a new Humble Bundle going on...


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Hey all, just a heads up that I'll be without technology this upcoming Friday-Monday. Feel free to bot me accordingly.


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Heartened by his ally's assault, Dromer presses on.

Continue Rage; 5 rounds remaining.

Greatsword, Rage: 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (17) + 6 = 23
Slashing Damage: 2d6 + 6 ⇒ (5, 3) + 6 = 14

"Iantha! See what you can do for him! We'll hold this bucket back!"

Can someone 5-foot step me diagonally up-right?


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Looks like Smith and Forlen are taking the Robot's words to heart, Lol


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Dromer pauses at the sight. He goes instantly pale as he glimpses the human convulse. After mere moments, he jumps into action.

"Oh HELL no!"

His scrawny form pumps up with adrenaline as he moves up to the robot, drawing his greatsword.

Free action, Rage. 6 rounds remaining.

"I've had about enough of this."

Greatsword, Rage: 1d20 + 6 ⇒ (15) + 6 = 21
Slashing Damage: 2d6 + 6 ⇒ (1, 1) + 6 = 8


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Which room has the human and the robot? Lol


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I'm working a lot, but I can post from my phone unless I'm physically busy. I just need people to move me around. I'll try to specify how many squares in which directions.


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O.O


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Dromer leans over Iantha to get a look inside, but he obviously is trying just leave the room they're currently in.


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He's of that younger, trendy type. He doesn't wear socks =P


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Ah. Ok. Got it.


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Shouldn't your Perception be higher? Your Wisdom is 16.


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Dromer flips his hair away from his face.


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Just a heads up, I have finals on Monday and Wednesday this next week. Between studying for those, and work, I can't guarantee I'll be posting much these next several days.

(my avatar of Dromer is SO how I feel right now!)


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Don't think about blood... Don't think about blood... Don't think about blood...

"That's great, Terra. We're probably looking for those people. Same reason, too. That red food is DELICIOUS. We'll come back and talk more after we find it. Don't you worry about that."

Don't think about blood... Don't think about blood... Don't think about blood...


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Yeah, Lol, because Miranda responded to Dromer's thought about telepathic dirt =P


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I wonder if my thoughts have the same lisp as when I talk?

Dromer visualizes himself flipping his hair away from his face.


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Oh. I guess that could be... Wait... Miranda can hear my thoughts, too?


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Crazy. Great. We walked into a room with telepathic dirt. Just great... Oh, crap. What if it can hear my thoughts? Uhhh...

Dromer sits up, sighs, and flips his hair away from his face. He smiles at Iantha, but judging by the look on his face he has something else on his mind.

Speaking to nobody in particular, he says "Hey, uhhh, ME. My name's Dromer. We're not Wizards... Err, I guess a couple of us are... We're just passing through. Has me... Err... Have you... Ugh. Can we call you something else? How about... 'Terra'?"

Dromer begins to stand up, slowly.

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