I was able to track it. The links never worked, but I was able to pull the tracking number and manually enter it into the UPS MI tracking page.
So no further checking needed.
Hello, I click to track my package for order 8715811 and it doesn't load the tracking... Whether from my phone, my work machine, my personal machine, chrome, edge, incognito, etc. Would you be able to confirm tracking shows it, on track? I know mail and everything is slower these days, but I just want to check since we recently had an issue with one of the local ups hubs losing some coffee we had shipping to us.
Thanks in advance.
David knott 242 wrote:
My order shows pending when I go to my account. Just used to emails about it too.
Would be my own stuff. However, I have asked him what he is interested in and unfortunately he isn't too interested.
I may just need to shelve the idea of running it for my regular group, and go run it for the FLGS instead for now.
Davor Firetusk wrote:
As someone who hasn't gone outside the genre as well in 20 years and was also content with second edition material (still so much left worth playing) I enjoyed Starfinder a great deal at Gencon. On the rules side it does not take much effort. Maybe he'd be down for trying Skull and Shackles or Kingmaker using Starfinder rules?
I have no time to convert either of those to Starfinder.
I don't think that convincing beforehand will do much to change whether he enjoys the game or not. I would recommend a gentle push toward one of the more fantasy type classes (solarian, technomancer, or mystic), whichever is most like his favorite fantasy classes.
I have subtly pointed out things like that.
I let my group know that I wanted to run Starfinder.
However, one player is not excited.
I am trying to get him to see the fantasy in Starfinder and to get him more excited so he can have fun and enjoy the game as much as everyone else when I run it.
I don't want to run the game and have a player not having fun, etc.
Any thoughts here to help get him more interested in it? He prefers D&D/Pathfinder/3.5 fantasy over anything else.
I don't see this in the rules for Retraining but maybe someone has mentioned this in the messageboards and I missed it.
Can you retrain what your character took as your favored class bonus? So, instead of taking a hit point, you can retrain and take a skill point instead?
I don't see why it would be a big deal but I don't see it mentioned.
Yeah, looking over that, I agree.
Thanks- you helped me clear my head.
Zahir ibn Mahmoud ibn Jothan wrote:
Yeah the dhampir cleric can heal himself. However, he preps a lot of cures for the party which is cool.
So after a couple characters I haven't been able to settle into and a long hiatus of the game, I am bringing in a new character to my wife's Way of the Wicked evil campaign.
I was an antipaladin, but I don't want to be that type of character.
So the party is as follows:
Drow Bladebound Magus 7
So I was really leaning toward bringing in an arcane caster. I think a pure, flexible arcane caster could benefit the party, and well I really have wanted to play one.
So I am asking for advice- do you all think I should bring in an arcane caster like a wizard/witch/sorcerer?
Patrick Renie wrote:
Patrick Renie wrote:
Oh ok. It wasn't clear. My confusion I guess was since the bonuses didn't say 'trait bonus' like other traits do.