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Thank you!Eric Clingenpeel —
I have to hand it to you guys, these cards are fantastic! It's so nice to be able to pull them out and show players who they're talking to. Not only do they include (un)popular Venture-Captains and others closely connected to the Society, but also reoccurring NPCs and NPCs from the more "social" themed scenarios like Blakros Matrimony.
I'd love to see more put out and eventually have all the portraits in every scenario, but I know that'd be asking for a lot. :)
If you GM a lot for PFS these are definitely a great tool to have in your GM kit.
Great itemEric Clingenpeel —
These are fantastic. I picked one up at GenCon, and the detail is amazing. I'm going to make sure and bring it to every session of Rise of the Runelords as I play it as well as any PFS scenarios that might mention sihedrons. :)
Great productEric Clingenpeel —
This is a great product for use with the game. It makes organizing the play area for the game very easy. I'll use this every time I play the card game now. I'll also be picking up another one if our area's organized play starts needing a second table.
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Condition Cards (PFRPG)Paizo Inc.
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I love these thingsEric Clingenpeel —
Since I've been using them since they came out, I figured I should probably review them. These are the best Pathfinder gaming aid that has ever been produced. Newer players find them very useful and a cool idea. I've got some newer GMs in my area that have shown interest in picking up their own and I tell them its one of the best investments you can make as a GM.
Pathfinder Society Scenario #5–08: The Confirmation (PFRPG) PDFPaizo Inc.
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Excellent IntroductionEric Clingenpeel —
I ran this last night for some of my regulars and a new PFS player. I know I had a lot of fun running it, and I'm pretty sure they had fun playing it.
I enjoyed reading over the notes the players took. One of them not only filled the front, but also filled the back and one side of an index card too. Others drew maps out, and did quite a good job doing so. I had a lot of fun critiquing the bloodrager's notes.
Getting the players to really think about their characters at the beginning was a great way to get them into character. I had a long time player that I caught off guard when I started asking questions, but they all rolled with it and did great.
I think they were a bit worried about the BBEG, but they courageously went forth to save the halfling who had been dropped to -7 from one hit and miraculously stabilized on her own. (rolled an 18 on her con check :D)
Overall, I was very pleased with this scenario. I'll definitely keep this on hand to run when I get new players coming.
Good readEric Clingenpeel —
Finally got around to buying and reading this. I've been wanting to check it out for some time, and finally got it from my FLGS. It took a bit to get used to the first person perspective and the switching back and forth between the two characters. I was quite confused as to who was speaking in the second chapter with the fight between Radovan and Nicola, but that was soon sorted out. I haven't quite finished it yet, but I'm really looking forward to the ending. :)
Pathfinder Roleplaying Game: Ultimate Equipment (OGL)Paizo Inc.
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So far so awesome!Eric Clingenpeel —
Picked this up at Gen Con, and while I haven't had a lot of time to read through it, So far everything has been amazing. I'm actually looking forward to the car ride home so I can read through it more (Don't worry, I'm not driving.)
Great resourceEric Clingenpeel —
The cards look great. They're clear and easy to read. Red for class ability, green for general combat tactics(?), and yellow for spells. I'm looking forward to using them in our PFS game tonight. :D Thanks once again Paizo for an excellent product.
Pathfinder Society Scenario #3-18: The God's Market Gamble (PFRPG) PDFPaizo Inc.
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Well DoneEric Clingenpeel —
I'll start by saying my group had a blast playing this scenario, even when it was almost a TPK. We played the 4-5 subtier
We had a 3rd lvl Human Sorcerer, 2nd lvl Human Bard, 2nd lvl Half-elf Urban Ranger, 4th lvl Half-elf Synthesist Summoner, and a 3rd lvl Gnome Bear Shaman. There were several times during the scenario that they barely succeeded. If any of them hadn't been playing, they would have failed for sure. It was a great climatic fight at the end where everyone but the gnome was negative HP and dying at some point in the fight, and it was lucky so many people had wisely purchased wands of cure light wounds or the fight would have been a TPK for sure.
It was a great mix of roleplaying and combat and I'll definitely be running this again for my other group sometime in the near future.