Bard Worshipper of Desna

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**** Pathfinder Society GM. 30 posts (49 including aliases). No reviews. No lists. 2 wishlists. 43 Organized Play characters.


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Never before has a scenario touched my emotions like this one. As we read the final handout tears were literally streaming down my face.

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Each spire token can only move 2 players at a time... so they have time to jump... lol

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My husband has the hat, and we got our daughter (mtf trans) the messenger bag. Everyone else is getting the pins to add to their bags. I love the inclusivity of Paizo!

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Where is a list of the final versions?

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Did I miss something. The 4 player adjustment for tier one drops the hp of Tempetst down to 7hp? That seems very... kind.

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My spoonful of sugar for today:

I am 9 games away from my third star. I’m excited and amazed that I’ve run that many games so far.

Free RPG day is coming up and I’m planning on running goblins twice! It looks so fun, I can’t wait!

But by far my biggest excitement comes from our next convention. Midsummer Conquesr. We have received permission to run the starfinder interactive quest!! We’ve advertised it on Facebook and I can’t wait to see how many people we get, and how far they will travel to get here.

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Does anyone have the map list for this scenerio?

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Are you doing the map list for this scenario?

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Are you doing the map list for this scenario?

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The smaller tiers as others have mentioned would be great. Figuring out the out of tier gold is a little annoying, and makes it harder to figure out what everyone gets. If there was just high tier and low tier it would be easier for GM's to reward their players.

I would love to see more content for higher play. Everything seems to stop at 12, and so many characters are forced into retire meant when there is still so much content left to explore with them. Why have options to level 20, but only provide content to level 12, maybe 15...

Having a pregen for each tier would be nice as well. Maybe a level 10, 14, and 19 would work if you plan content for higher levels. Also having someone, or a group of someones reevaluate the pregens for following the rules. It's frustrating when you are using one as a guide and find their point buy is off, or they have something that they technically aren't allowed to.

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is this still true?

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We should update this sticky to let people know that all of the files mentioned in the first post have been moved to pfsprep.com. I went to the link and it took a while to find that it was the seed for pfsprep.com.

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If I am going to take the skinwaker race would feral hunter still be a better build?

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While this looks awesome for home games, will any of it be PFS legal? lol

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Sebastian Hirsch wrote:
Should those rerolls not work with Novas rather than GM stars ?

When you are playing Pathfinder you use your GM stars on your reroll, and when playing Starfinder you use your GM nova on your reroll.

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Liareal's Jacket is enough to help the goblin put out the flames. as the last flame is extinguished the goblin drops to its knees, wringing its hands together as it says,"Ekkie Thanks you, pretty tall pink skin, fire good but fire on Ekkie VERY bad!" at this point the goblin has clearly surrendered and is badly wounded.

This seemed to indicate to me that he spoke common... I responded in common

How did he understand Jamana and not me when we both were speaking common?

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My diplomacy is +1, is there someone else who would like to take point on this? If so please interrupt and do so.

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I am assuming the reason Jason acted in the surprise around is because he was ahead of me on the stairs, does he holler it went out the window when he sees a jump from the window? And me being on the stairs does that mean I can then go down the stairs to try and go outside?

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With Pathfinder, that is not unlikely...lol

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Where are you guys located? Here in Sacramento we have a pretty decent group.

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It appears to have been successful.

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My 10 year old is going to start running these small quests in the hour before our regular 6-10 game night. He will be doing 1 quest at a time. Do you have any suggestions for him? He has already taken the GM101 and GMed one of the phantom phenomena quests, so this is to give him a bit of practice before he attempts a full scenario.

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I noticed you listed Silver Hex first in your list, is Silver Hes still listed as needing to be the first chronical on a new player, or is this the new standard for quests; that the character have less than 3 xp to receive credit for them?

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J4RH34D wrote:
Wei Ji the Learner wrote:


30 minutes to finalize the table.

30 minutes after the scenario ended to do chronicle filling out! There are so many times at our local games that we go 45 minutes after the time is up, and have to rush to pack up our supplies, and get outside as the store is closing. And then the GM is filling out chronicle sheets on the back of their car in the parking lot. If we get gold/xp/pp earned written in with the GM initials, and the bottom of the chronic sheet filled out we are doing good. I couldn't imagine trying to get 10 minutes per player to do more than that.

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Louis Manko Levite wrote:

For those of you curious about the wording of the boon Glutton for Punishment, it says,

"You gain a pool of replay (or "re-GM") credit that you can allocate to yourself or any participant at your table. If someone earns credit for an adventure in this way, simply check one of the boxes below, make a note of having used this boon on his or her Chronicle sheet, and have fun. After all, you dedicated your free time to help the campaign, so use this to make the most of your next chance to play.

They need more things like this. We have at least 1 GM who is down to his last 3-5 games that he can play and/or run for credit until the season 8 stuff comes out. He is a great guy to have at the table, but doesn't come around as much because he can't. I hope something is in the works for our more seasoned GMs.

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I agree, mixing bombs should take some concentration checks... That sounds like an awesome scene to watch though.

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Jared Thaler wrote:


WBG has special rules for death.
WBG 1: There is no penalty for death.
WBG 2: There is a penalty of 5 PP for death.
I would have to look at 3 & 4, as I don't recall noting.

We be Goblins free says "To refect the spirit of the module, at the end of the adventure, any dead pregenerated goblin characters may recover from death completely for only 5 Prestige Points; this includes both the cost of raise dead and the cost of removing the permanent negative levels and any other conditions"

The rules for We B4 Goblins say: "To refect the spirit of the module, at the end of the adventure, any dead pregenerated goblin characters may recover from death completely for only 2 Prestige Points; this includes both the cost of raise dead and the cost of removing the permanent negative levels and any other conditions."

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I would love to see some examples of players who have done this so that GM's can get an idea of what would allow a reroll, and what is just players wanting a free one without doing any work.

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We have yet to receive the beginners box as it is backordered, but have enjoyed some of the free downloads to go along with the Core Rules Book. We played with my two boys age 10 (ADHD) and 14 (Autism) and they both really enjoyed it. It kept their attention, and encouraged communication and social skills. I will defiantly be playing this more with them!

I will be "hiring" a GM to come visit my cub scout den this summer as part of our new adventure on games. I can't wait to see their reaction at the longer meeting where they play instead of doing projects.