Don’t think I’ll have it ready in time for Free RPG Day’s official date as my local store is running it a week late because of a scheduling conflict with a Magic Tournament where they are giving away a Mustang to the winner and expect a pretty sizable crowd (the game store is HUGE and can seat 350). So Free RPGs are being ran the week after. If I get anything done I’ll link it here but hadn’t plan to start working on it until sometime next week.
Getting +2 to hit and 2d6 from bane, +1d6 for flames of the faithful, +1d6 and +4 attack for flanking (teamwork feats), plus judgments, makes an inquisitor no slouch in combat.
Monster lore helps allot to know which judgements to use.
I like the inquisitors ability to adapt depending on what he is facing. Gaining bonuses for attacks, damage, saves, caster level checks, AC, resistances, fast healing, etc as needed
Outside of combat he has abilities like discern lies and detect alignment and bonuses to sense motive and intimidate along with tracking.
Overall it has been one of my favorite classes to play.
ConNooga is a multi fandom convention with all the people doing Cosplay, big dealers room, special guests, panals and seminars on movies, comics, anime, books, room parties, gaming, etc.
The Dicehead SIEGE is just gaming. Nothing but RPGs, Minis, CCGs, Board games, etc. If you want to Game the SIEGE is the place to be. If you don't like gaming then it will not have much to offer you at all.
There are Pathfinder games at Dicehead in Cleveland, TN and my old group in Athens (50 miles north) play.
A big thank you to all the judges and organizers at ConNooga this weekend, I had a blast playing and everything got started on time. The only complaints I heard were tables running over the times posted, some by an hour or more.
The room was always full of eager players and great DMs, my favorite was Jen, who was awesome and made her tables fun and enjoyable.
Hope to see you all in the future and may the dice gods be merciful.
I had a great time playing PFS at Origins. Wonderful DMs, great organization, and most of all lots of fun.
Played in one of the most hilarious games in a very long time at a table of 7 which included 5 half-orcs and a very creative DM whose name escapes me at the moment, but she knows who she is.
I did learn that when you are sitting on top of an unconscious female half-orc barbarian giving her a potion of healing and she wakes up and decides to give you a kiss, watch out for the tusks.
Great job from all the organizers and DMs. Thank You.
I had a great time at the SIEGE and thanks to all the organizers and judges who made it happen.
We even had players who enjoyed Pathfinder so much we ended up playing another game after the con was over at a local airport restaurant.
We will be posting some pics and more info of what went on once we get it all reported and recover from lack of sleep.
Hopefully we will have even more turn out for next year!
Higher level tiers are always harder to fill because there are fewer players with high level characters. As the SIEGE gets closer some tables may be removed and others added. If there is no one signed up at a table it may be removed. Some scenarios that are maxed out or overfilled may have a table added.
If you want to add something to the warhorn site contact Kyle Turner at firstname.lastname@example.org. There will be tables there for open gaming so bring what ever you may want to run. We usually have a few games that get added on the spot when enough people want to play a certain adventure.
We will make ever effort to get everyone into a game. Those who signup on Warhorn will be seated first, but its very seldom we have ever had to turned anyone away.
Part of my job at the con is to run anything that needs a DM and to play if I am needed to make a table. Right now though my highest PFS character is only 3rd level.
Anymore players out there with high level PCs sign up and help us out!!!
That's the way its looking so far.
We have 17 Pathfinder Adventures on the schedule, running a total of 24 tables. We have 16 of those tables with 4 or more players already signed up. Only three of the 17 adventures have no sign ups as of now, and all three of those are higher tiers.
We have 34 Living Forgotten Realms adventures on Warhorn at the moment and we have made two tables so far. 13 of the tables have no one signed up yet, but we have had many walk-ups in the past.
Anyone wanting to attend or DM sign up or contact us soon. Cost is only $25 and that covers all the PFS and LFR as well as most of the other games being run. The Con hotel is only $59 a night and all rooms are newly renovated.
Special Guest - Jamie Chambers
Other RPG’s that will be there
Lots of Warhammer
There will be Console Gaming, War games, miniatures, board and card games.
This is an all gaming con so if you get the chance come out and get your game on.
We will fill at least 15 tables with the people that have signed up so far.
Has anyone here requested and recieved any Pathfinder Con support? If so what does it consist of? The last two years we have tried to get con support for ConNooga and the Dicehead SIEGE, but get no response from Paizo. Just want to know if its worth trying again.
Check out the Warhorn link above and you can see PFS is alive and well it East TN. Anyone wanting to DM at the SIEGE sign up now!!
Need Pathfinder DMs !!!!!
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What is Dicehead SIEGE?! (Southern Invasion of Everything Gaming Extravaganza!) Over 30,0000 Square Feet of GAMING.
The Newest and Largest Gaming Only Convention in the area. GAMING - and more GAMING all weekend long. RPG's, Tabletop, Card, Miniatures, LARPS, Board Games, Consoles, FREE WIFI, etc...
Coming MAY 2009! 3 Days of Gaming, Prizes and Tournaments - Did I mention PRIZES! The Prize Support will outweigh the membership cost into the event! If you are a gamer - you will not want to miss the SIEGE!!!
In one of my games on Sunday we had a guy who spent about the first hour of the adventure making a character, he had no idea that he needed one. He just heard about Pathfinder and wanted to give it a try. Having a pregen would have allowed him to be more involved that first hour or so. If he liked the game he could have made his own PC for later.
I was also a member of the house that handled vermin, and yes it was pure chaos. Which I guess in a drow city at war with itself is as it should be.
I agree with some of the others that it felt more like a LARP/RPG hybrid than an RPG. There was one house next to our table that spent 2 hours playing out a combat using standard RPG rules. During this time drow armies would be attacking each other and be over in a just a few minutes. There needed to be a much faster system for battles instead of just standard 3.5 rules. Something that could be done in just a few minutes time.
Overall I had a good time though, and would do it again next year.